Amber Smith and Cassie Rodriguez spent the majority of John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art’s Finally Friday festival striking poses with their neon-yellow and purple tank tops, multi-colored leg warmers, skintight black leggings and authentic side ponytails.
The girls were actually manning the food table during the event, but due to their awesome ’80s ensembles, they wound up getting more attention than expected.
The concert, held in the museum’s courtyard Friday, April 24, had people rocking back and forth in their lawn chairs, toasting their fruity Szambelan vodka cocktails and dancing the night away to rockin’ ’80s hits such as “Video Killed the Radio Star,” by The Buggles, and “Melt with You,” by Modern English.
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21 Humanity Working to End Genocide meeting
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
21 Cat Depot: Volunteer Orientation and Cat Socialization Level 1 Training
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
22 Voice Aerobics with Mary Spremulli, MA, CCC-SLP
10:00 am - 11:00 am
22 Rhonda Riley: The Enchanted Life of Adam Hope
Trevor Kunk is the chef de cuisine at Blue Hill in New York City’s Greenwich Village, which the James Beard Foundation just named "most outstanding restaurant."
Sarasota native and resident Bri Oliva made her TV debut May 7, on the "Rachael Ray Show." Oliva was selected to participate in a segment called "Hidden Dangers on the Playground."
Key to the city
More than 100 community members and leaders, friends and family surprised Paul Thorpe, one of the founding members of the Downtown Association of Sarasota, April 25, at The Gator Club, to show their appreciation and celebrate the strides he’s made for Sarasota over the past four decades.