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Fairy godmothers wanted

Fairy godmothers wanted

February 4, 2010

Every girl should attend her prom dressed like a princess.

Yellow Strawberry to hold Haiti benefit

January 21, 2010

Hairstylists at Yellow Strawberry hair salon are donating their time starting at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at 2345 Bee Ridge Road, for free haircuts in exchange for a donation to the Restoration Haiti charity fund.

Trader Vic’s Island Grill hosts VIP party

Trader Vic’s Island Grill hosts VIP party

January 21, 2010

Trader Vic’s Island Grill held its grand opening Monday, Jan. 18.

Pine View junior captures High School Idol 6 title

Pine View junior captures High School Idol 6 title

January 21, 2010

Kaitlyn Terpstra, a junior at Pine View, captured the title of High School Idol 6 with her renditions of 'Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend' and 'Top Of The World.'

Tie the knot on water

Tie the knot on water

January 21, 2010

A floating Chapel on the Bay is being launched in Sarasota and is the only vessel of its kind in the United States.

Cat’s out of the bag

Cat’s out of the bag

January 21, 2010

Sarasota Military Academy co-founder Burt Bershon is one heck of a cat-lover. In fact, when the academy opened its doors in 2002, Bershon wouldn’t admit students unless they paused to pet his cat — rumored to be named “Sergeant Major” — upon entering.

History buffs kick off Bertha Palmer centennial

History buffs kick off Bertha Palmer centennial

January 21, 2010

Chicago historian Sally Sexton Kalmbach, author of “The Jewel of the Gold Coast: Mrs. Potter Palmer’s Chicago,” helped the Historical Society of Sarasota County kick off the Bertha Palmer Centennial Year Jan. 12 with a special slide presentation and book signing.

Towering horses return to Sarasota

Towering horses return to Sarasota

January 14, 2010

Sporting blankets to keep them warm, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales clip-clopped through town last week, making a total of five appearances in Bradenton, Venice, Lakewood Ranch, Siesta Key and Sarasota. The horses made their final stop at Five Points Park in the midst of the Thunder by the Bay bike festival.

Crazy crêpes sizzle on griddle

Crazy crêpes sizzle on griddle

January 14, 2010

Roverta Winn sprinkles fresh mozzarella cheese onto a savory crêpe before adding mushrooms and a dollop of tomato-garlic sauce. Winn and her daughter, Natalia, of Roverta Crazy Crêpes, sold crêpes at the Phillippi Farmhouse Market’s grand opening and ribbon-cutting Wednesday, Jan. 13, at Phillippi Estate Park. The market, which will take place every Wednesday from noon to dusk, promotes local growers and agriculturally related products such as plants, produce and prepared foods. Shoppers, many of whom brought their dogs, could also purchase rain barrels and get tips on gardening.

Public invited to explore Selby

Public invited to explore Selby

January 14, 2010

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens is inviting everyone to visit the gardens for free from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. Explore the garden conservatory, koi pond, mangrove walk, banyan cove and outdoor butterfly garden — plus a tea tasting inside the Carriage House. Special activities will be offered for children in the Kid’s Corner. “Thanks to a generous grant from the Linnie E. Dalbeck Memorial Foundation Trust, we are very excited to be able to share this beautiful place with the public,” said Selby Gardens CEO Tom Buchter.



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