+ Homemade instruments create unique image for The Garbage Men
Recycling is not only good for the environment but, apparently, also for making music. The Garbage Men jumped on the recycling bandwagon and have now found themselves on the verge of stardom. The five freshmen who make up the band attend Pine View School and made their instruments out of cereal boxes, old toys, glass bottles and other recyclables.
Band members Harrison Paparatto, Austin Seigel, Ollie Gray, Jack Berry and Evan Tucker are headed this weekend to Atlanta to try out for “America's Got Talent.” This past Saturday, the group played at the Sarasota Farmers Market and asked for donations to help pay for gas for the trip. Their goal is to make it through at least one round of judging.
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17 American Business Women's Association Sunset Chapter monthly meeting
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
18 600-plus pilgrims to join city leaders, clergy for Good Friday pilgrimage down Main Street
18 Jungle Trails & Bunny Tails Easter Event
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
18 Goodwill Hosts Electric Vehicle Revolution Luncheon
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
VIDEO: Downtown advocates test new circulator vehicle
A low-speed vehicle is traveling through the heart of Sarasota today as part of an ongoing effort to find a fleet for a proposed downtown circulator route.
Reader-submitted photos of the sun halo
Check out these reader-submitted photos of the sun halo, which formed a rainbow-colored ring around the sun Wednesday, April 16. Clouds containing ice crystals cause the sun's light to refract, resulting in this phenomenon.
Temple Beth Sholom’s youth group celebrated Passover with a Chocolate Seder Sunday, April 13.