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Beatles' guitarist's legacy 'keeps music alive'

Beatles' guitarist's legacy 'keeps music alive'

October 3, 2012

Music education is 'getting better' with a little help from Louise Harrison — and her friends.

Crafty Genes: Pallet Coffee Table

Crafty Genes: Pallet Coffee Table

October 3, 2012

Join Do-it-yourself editors Mallory and Leslie Gnaegy as they create a coffee table from a wooden pallet.

Black Tie & Tales

Black Tie & Tales

October 3, 2012

Summer roundup; Landers says yes to dress; Close encounters of the surprise kind; QUADRUPLE the fun; Whoa, Sally, that girl!

3 Things: A house in town

3 Things: A house in town

October 3, 2012

In the past five years or so, a whole new lifestyle has blossomed in Sarasota: downtown living.

Guest Fashion Editor: Jean Weidner-Goldstein

Guest Fashion Editor: Jean Weidner-Goldstein

October 3, 2012

Jean Weidner-Goldstein's mother says she came out of the womb in high heels. "Dancers are sloppy, they work long hours, and they like comfortable clothes," she says. "I wore suits."

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

October 1, 2012

Enjoy this week's movie reviews by Popcorn Bob.

International artists to perform at RIAF

International artists to perform at RIAF

September 28, 2012

International artists have been visiting Sarasota as part of the Ringling International Arts Festival since 2009. And there's a new crop of artists on this year’s bill Oct. 10 through Oct. 13.

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

September 28, 2012

Enjoy this week's movie reviews by Popcorn Bob.

PHOTO GALLERY: s/ART/q Print Party

PHOTO GALLERY: s/ART/q Print Party

September 26, 2012

There were 12 prints to choose from at this year’s two-day print party hosted by s/ART/q on Saturday, Oct. 22 at WSLR 96.5 LPFM. Typewriters, a cute dog, ribbons, produce, cool-looking fish — it’s no wonder there were so many people getting hip images transferred to their long johns, jeans, aprons and plenty of t-shirts. Live music, food and crafts for children entertained the thousands of attendees while they waited for their screen-printed works of art. Each print was $5 and helped the group of local artists raise funds for SELECT Fair in December in Miami.

Familiar Role: Richard Russell

Familiar Role: Richard Russell

September 26, 2012

After a two-year hiatus, Richard Russell will return to Sarasota to helm the Sarasota Opera, for which he served as an apprentice artist more than 20 years ago.



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