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Home of the Month: Great beginnings

Home of the Month: Great beginnings

November 25, 2014

An early Guy Peterson house on Longboat Key is as stylish now as when it was built.

Sign of the times

Sign of the times

November 25, 2014

Fuzión Dance Artists stay centered in the present.

Black Tie & Tales

Black Tie & Tales

November 25, 2014

Everyone loves Michael and Phil; Tidbits, Over the river and through the woods …; and Black Tie Affair.

Hermitage artists fly high into 'Descent'

Hermitage artists fly high into 'Descent'

November 24, 2014

A team of artists currently in residence at the Hermitage Artist Retreat showcase their new musical, 'Descent,' at the Circus Arts Conservatory.

DANCE REVIEW: Balanchine, Tuckett, Bruce

DANCE REVIEW: Balanchine, Tuckett, Bruce

November 24, 2014

Once again, Director Iain Webb proved to be a master repertoire setter by creating a show which featured diverse styles of dance.

PHOTO GALLERY:

PHOTO GALLERY: "South Pacific" Music Video

November 23, 2014

"South Pacific" cast members Meggie Cansler and Ryan Cavanaugh led a motley crew of theater lovers through a remixed rendition of "There Is Nothing Like a Dame" for Asolo Repertory Theatre's family day

FILM REVIEW: 'The Theory of Everything'

FILM REVIEW: 'The Theory of Everything'

November 23, 2014

Imagine living a life in which your mind is the only properly functioning part of your body. That is theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking's world.

MUSIC REVIEW: 'Songs of Wars I Have Seen'

MUSIC REVIEW: 'Songs of Wars I Have Seen'

November 23, 2014

"Songs of Wars I Have Seen" is a thought-provoking piece filled with unearthly, enigmatic sounds that, somehow, tie together the vignettes of wartime Gertrude Stein wrote about.

'Adam's Night Out' creates an inclusive night of comedy and entertainment

'Adam's Night Out' creates an inclusive night of comedy and entertainment

November 21, 2014

Local comedian Adam Garrison starts first comedy revue at the Players Theatre for local entertainers to scratch their artistic itch.

PHOTO GALLERY:

PHOTO GALLERY: "Preserving Eden" Exhibition Reception

November 20, 2014

The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens celebrated the opening of Clyde Butcher's landscape photographs of the Florida wilderness, "Preserving Eden," with an outside garden path, drinks and snacks.



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