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The Sarasota Cuban Ballet School wins big at YAPG

The Sarasota Cuban Ballet School wins big at YAPG

February 23, 2014

The Sarasota School of Cuban Ballet took home some big wins at the Youth America Grand Prix Atlanta semifinals this weekend. It’s the biggest pre-professional competition in the world.

Arts and Cultural Alliance brings back smART talk luncheon

Arts and Cultural Alliance brings back smART talk luncheon

February 21, 2014

The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County brings resurgence to a formerly defunct series, smART Talk Luncheon, which the Arts and Cultural Alliance hopes to bring back.

THEATER REVIEW: 'How I Learned to Drive'

THEATER REVIEW: 'How I Learned to Drive'

February 20, 2014

Paula Vogel takes a different approach in 'How I Learned to Drive,' and you can see the results in the FSU/Asolo Conservatory's current production of her Pulitzer Prize-winning play from 1997.

Steve Phelps named Best Chef semifinalist in James Beard: South

Steve Phelps named Best Chef semifinalist in James Beard: South

February 19, 2014

The 2014 James Beard Foundation South semifinalists were announced the morning of Feb. 19 in Orlando — the only Sarasotan to make the cut is Steve Phelps of Indigenous.

VIDEO: Sarasota Ballet's world premiere

VIDEO: Sarasota Ballet's world premiere

February 19, 2014

Go inside the studio of Sarasota Ballet for an early rehearsal of the world premiere of Ricardo Graziano's 'Before Night Falls.'

Ricardo Graziano: Choreographing with Love

Ricardo Graziano: Choreographing with Love

February 19, 2014

Ricardo Graziano prepares to debut a world premiere, his fourth piece for Sarasota Ballet.

A&E Picks and Highlights

A&E Picks and Highlights

February 19, 2014

A&E Editor Mallory Gnaegy keeps you in the know about events, local performers and art gallery happenings.

Backstage Pass: Low-budget theater performs big-name production

Backstage Pass: Low-budget theater performs big-name production

February 19, 2014

The Comic Shack's theater group is composed of 18- to 43-year-olds (or Avant Guard, as they call themselves), and is presenting "Rent," for which they are proud of obtaining rights. This popular show is their first big-name production. The rest have been cabaret shows, improv by in-house troupe Shack of Fools and original works, such as "Dusk of the Dead," a zombie parody musical.

Fashion Trends: Home Edition

Fashion Trends: Home Edition

February 19, 2014

Fashion at home is just as flux as fashion in a closet — trends come and go and some turn into long-standing staples. We stopped in a few local interior shops to see what's trending in the home décor world, and we found great tips and items to keep your home in style.

Tidbites

Tidbites

February 19, 2014

Caragiulo's is another family affair; Jalea sent out a valentine; and The Serving Spoons serves up more than brunch.



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