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Home of the Month: Garden House

Home of the Month: Garden House

January 16, 2013

This mid-century modern ranch home offers its owners indoor and outdoor living, as well as plenty of space to create their art.

Strokes of Life: Jack Nolan

Strokes of Life: Jack Nolan

January 16, 2013

Artist Jack Nolan doesn't need a camera to capture a thousand words; he'd rather have a pen and a notebook — or even the back of an envelope or page of a book.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

January 16, 2013

Learning the trivia behind the musical; Jazzed about Cynthia Sayer album

Theater Review: 'The Aliens'

Theater Review: 'The Aliens'

January 16, 2013

"The Aliens," by Obie Award-winning 31-year-old writer Annie Baker, is a play that insists on silence.

Film Review: 'Zero Dark Thirty'

Film Review: 'Zero Dark Thirty'

January 16, 2013

The highly anticipated and already controversial film, "Zero Dark Thirty," is the ultimate chick flick. It’s directed by Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow and stars Jessica Chastain as the CIA operative responsible for taking down Osama bin Laden.

Music Review: Sarasota Orchestra Masterworks III: Anu Tali, conductor

Music Review: Sarasota Orchestra Masterworks III: Anu Tali, conductor

January 16, 2013

Anu Tali, the Estonian conductor who took over the Sarasota Orchestra for its third Masterworks program of the season, also seems to have taken over the hearts and musical minds of this city.

TIDBITES

TIDBITES

January 16, 2013

Openings and Celebrations; Darwin's on Fourth Celebrates One Year; The Ritz is Getting Dusty! Jack Dusty, that is; Eat Here is 'out there' on Siesta Key

Social Studies: Lee Peterson

Social Studies: Lee Peterson

January 16, 2013

Lee Peterson's story could only have happened in Sarasota, where she moved with her husband, the late J. Robert Peterson, around 1993 ...

Highlights: Painter William Wolk inspired by Sarasota Ballet dancers

Highlights: Painter William Wolk inspired by Sarasota Ballet dancers

January 16, 2013

Sarasota artist William Wolk first learned to paint at age 14 from nude figures. He was the youngest student in his adult class, at Miami Day Jr. College, in the 1960s.

PHOTO GALLERY:

PHOTO GALLERY: "Branching Out" Volunteers

January 14, 2013

North Carolina-based artist Patrick Dougherty gives a few simple instructions before the volunteers help create his vision on the front lawn at the future home of Sarasota Museum of Art / SMOA, a Division of Ringling College of Art and Design. The outdoor installation will be taking shape for the next two weeks, but the structure could last from two to three years.



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