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Flood of donations mean smooth sailing for Sarasota student

Flood of donations mean smooth sailing for Sarasota student

October 15, 2009

Her sailboat may have been stolen last week, but Molly McKinney will soon be back on the water again.

Fox longs to catch the 'tiger'

Fox longs to catch the 'tiger'

October 15, 2009

Golfer Mason Fox, 14, wakes up to and falls asleep to The Golf Channel.

Sports Page 20th anniversary

Sports Page 20th anniversary

October 14, 2009

Sports Page owners Bob Richards and Kenny Barr celebrate the Sarasota landmark's 20th anniversary with complimentary champagne and munchies.

Church pumpkin patch opens Saturday

Church pumpkin patch opens Saturday

October 13, 2009

The First United Methodist Church will sell pumpkins from its parking lot pumpkin patch from Oct. 17 through Oct. 31.

Symposium addresses sea level rise

Symposium addresses sea level rise

October 12, 2009

According to a new policy assessment by the Marine Policy Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory, Floridians need to begin planning now to withstand the expected rise in sea level.

French bakery opens on St. Armands Circle

French bakery opens on St. Armands Circle

October 12, 2009

Le Macaron will serve freshly baked pastries seven days a week.

Man on the street: Shop talk

Man on the street: Shop talk

October 11, 2009

We asked shoppers at the 21st annual St. Armands Circle Art Festival about their purchases.

St. Thomas More blesses its pets

St. Thomas More blesses its pets

October 10, 2009

St. Thomas More held its blessing of the animals last weekend.

Photo of the day: Spooky specimen

Photo of the day: Spooky specimen

October 5, 2009

The spooky bat flower, a specimen of the Tacca integrifolia "Nivea,' is now on bloom at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.



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