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'Any Dream Will Do'

'Any Dream Will Do'

July 24, 2013

Hannah Swain spent two years in a hospital bed with a life-threatening form of leukemia. Now that she's a survivor, she has a message to share.

Three Things: Perfect Pools

Three Things: Perfect Pools

July 24, 2013

In a town where swimming pools are common, these three are anything but ordinary. They not only provide a place for exercise or a cooling dip, but they also give a focal point to the homes they so beautifully complement. The view from indoors toward the watery splendors draws guests like a magnet, and lounging around the pools’ perimeters on a sultry summer evening — particularly with a martini glass in hand — is the perfect way to end the day. Choose your favorite from this trio of glamorous Sarasota pools currently on the market, each with a showplace home attached.

Playwright talks 'South Beach Babylon'

Playwright talks 'South Beach Babylon'

July 24, 2013

Sarasota audiences were first introduced to "South Beach Babylon" in 2011 during a reading of the play, still in draft form, at FST's Sarasota Festival of New Plays. Miami-born playwright Michael McKeever has had seven other plays read in the festival during the past two decades.

PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Ballet Summer Intensive

PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Ballet Summer Intensive

July 23, 2013

The Mertz Theater Stage was full of young energy when dancers of the Sarasota Ballet Summer Intensive rehearsed in front of the Friends of Sarasota Ballet on July 23.

Lakewood Ranch artist shares a positive art experience

Lakewood Ranch artist shares a positive art experience

July 23, 2013

Chase Jones is a multimedia artist going on tour with his project called the Sunrise Cube. He hopes to shed a little light on the project and in the community.

THEATER REVIEW: 'Heroes'

THEATER REVIEW: 'Heroes'

July 22, 2013

In this slight but charming comedy by French playwright Gérald Sibleyras, three aging World War I veterans plot a sortie on the French countryside from the terrace of their old soldiers' home.

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

Popcorn Bob's Movie Magic

July 22, 2013

Enjoy this week's Movie Magic reviews.

FILM REVIEW: 'The Way, Way Back'

FILM REVIEW: 'The Way, Way Back'

July 22, 2013

The 1980s coming-of-age film 'The Way, Way Back' is the refreshing, feel-good flick of the summer.

PHOTO GALLERY: Carreño Dance Festival

PHOTO GALLERY: Carreño Dance Festival

July 20, 2013

Len and Suzanne Kesten hosted a cocktail reception for The Carreño Dance Festival on Friday, July 19 at their home.

PHOTO GALLERY: Pamela Callender exhibit

PHOTO GALLERY: Pamela Callender exhibit

July 19, 2013

Humans have impact on the environment — whether it’s in the form of a littered cigarette butt or how a human can French-braid a pasture of high grasses into a beautiful winding pattern. That’s the message in Pamela Callender’s exhibit “Environmental ReFlux,” which opened with a reception July 18 and will run 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through August at the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast, 400 Palmetto Ave., Osprey.



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