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Sarasota Police Department adds canine cop

Sarasota Police Department adds canine cop

April 14, 2014

Andro, a 21-month-old German shepherd, joins Officer Nick Dominis after the retirement of K9 Kuda.

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Blu Mangrove Grill

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Blu Mangrove Grill

April 14, 2014

This week we went in the kitchen at Blu Mangrove Grill as chef Kent Dalton prepares his signature Terra Ceia Bay clams with garlic herb butter.

PHOTO GALLERY: Laurel Park Tunes in the Park

PHOTO GALLERY: Laurel Park Tunes in the Park

April 12, 2014

Residents of downtown Sarasota's Laurel Park neighborhood spent the night at Tunes in the Park Saturday, April 12, in Laurel Park. Neighbors got to know one another over live music and a potluck dinner. The Laurel Park Neighborhood Association held the biannual event, which marks the beginning of spring.

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Martha Catholic School Cajun Crawfish Festival

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Martha Catholic School Cajun Crawfish Festival

April 12, 2014

St. Martha Catholic School held its annyal Cajun Crawfish Festival Saturday, April 12. Families enjoyed lived music, played games and ate fresh crawfish.

PHOTO GALLERY: Family Living's Kids Day

PHOTO GALLERY: Family Living's Kids Day

April 12, 2014

Sarasota families spent the day at Family Living's Kids Day Saturday, April 12, at Payne Park. Children of all ages played vollyball, learned karate and met with firefighters and police officers.

Bayfront residents push back against traffic study

Bayfront residents push back against traffic study

April 11, 2014

The city has signaled a willingness to approve a bayfront development, but nearby residents believe an updated traffic study still falls short of legal requirements.

PHOTO GALLERY: The Gan at Temple Sinai's Passover Sensory Experience

PHOTO GALLERY: The Gan at Temple Sinai's Passover Sensory Experience

April 11, 2014

Students of The Gan at Temple Sinai learned about Passover at the school's Passover Sensory Experience Friday, April 11. Director of Early Childhood Education Laura Freedman told the story of Passover. After the lesson students walked through the parted sea, built pyramids and experienced the ten plagues.

Siesta group releases

Siesta group releases "Big Pass Piano" video

April 11, 2014

Save Our Siesta Sands 2, a nonprofit formed to oppose dredging Big Pass, released a music video on YouTube Friday, featuring the Beatles song “Let it Be” performed on a Hammond organ in the middle of Big Pass.

WEEKEND BEST BET: Kids Day

WEEKEND BEST BET: Kids Day

April 11, 2014

Kids Day invites families of all ages to have fun while learning about health and safety, educational programs and summer fun Saturday, April 12.

UPDATE: SANCA regains charitable status

UPDATE: SANCA regains charitable status

April 11, 2014

Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates (SANCA), which manages Nathan Benderson Park, has submitted financial records to the state, meaning it can solicit donations.



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