Local children’s book author Carmen Navarro-Talavera, who lives at The Oaks, in Osprey, has written a new book, “The Ant Lucy and the Hurricane.” The book teaches children a new and fun way to be prepared for hurricane season and how to deal with the natural disaster as a family. Navarro-Talavera’s interest in writing children's books started when she was a teacher in the rural mountains of Nicaragua and had no books available in her classroom. Her new book is also available in Spanish.
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VIDEO: Stoinev advances on America’s Got Talent
Hand balancer Christian Stoinev is one of 47 finalists to move on to live performances at Radio City Music Hall. But, locals can catch Stoinev in the Circus Arts Conservatory’s Summer Circus Spectacular through Aug. 2.
Sarasota Crew team places fifth at world championships
Shawna Sims, 18, and Devin Norder, 17, members of the Sarasota Crew rowing team, competed against 18 countries in the World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
Bayfront Park playground reopens
The playground at Bayfront Park has reopened today following a closure for repairs that lasted more than four months.