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Dance review: 'Giselle'

Dance review: 'Giselle'

December 2, 2009

The Sarasota Ballet’s production of Sir Peter Wright’s “Giselle,” staged by Margaret Barbieri, was carried by the expertise of its two guest stars, internationally acclaimed Alina Cojocaru and Johan Kobborg, this past weekend, at the Sarasota Opera House.

Art Off Clark grand opening

Art Off Clark grand opening

December 1, 2009

Goodwill Manasota opened its first art-only Goodwill store Tuesday, Dec. 1. Sarasota artists Frank Hopper and Frank Colson donated work.

A Highland home of their own

A Highland home of their own

November 24, 2009

After decades of playing off-campus concerts, Riverview High School’s Kiltie Band breaks in its new performing-arts center.

Exhibit captures realistic view of subjects

Exhibit captures realistic view of subjects

November 24, 2009

A new Art Center Sarasota exhibit spotlights a notable watercolorist and four photographers with diverse portfolios.

Film review: 'An Education'

Film review: 'An Education'

November 24, 2009

In her first major role, Carey Mulligan plays Jenny, a 16-year-old A-student bound for Oxford. That is, until she meets the smooth-talking, wildly handsome David (Peter Sarsgaard), who’s twice her age.

Music review: High Definition opera vs. live and in-person performances

November 24, 2009

Peter Gelb, the inspired and inspirational general manager of the Metropolitan Opera, really started something, when, a couple of years ago, he decided to send, via high-definition satellite transmission, live performances of operas from the Metropolitan Opera House, in New York City, to movie theaters around America.

An elf about town

An elf about town

November 24, 2009

If you haven’t rubbed elbows with the Sarasota Elf, then you’re clearly not getting out enough.

The dish on pumpkin pie

The dish on pumpkin pie

November 24, 2009

In The Observer’s quest for the perfect pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving, we asked four of the area’s chefs to share their culinary tips for making this holiday favorite extra scrumptious.

Unique technology aids students in musical production

Unique technology aids students in musical production

November 18, 2009

Oak Park students will present "It's a Small World" using a technological device that will 'speak' for them.

Story spinner

Story spinner

November 18, 2009

After a long career in the spotlight, retired Sarasota Ballet Director Robert de Warren retreated to his office and crafted a memoir.



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