Pino Mazzone with his son, Riccardo, 8, have fun together selling Paneolio olive oil, Sept. 2, at the Siesta Key Farmers Market. Paneolio has had a booth at the farmers market for years, and Mazzone brings his son along to help out many Sundays.
More than 140 people flowed through downward dog, childâ€™s pose and other yoga postures as they looked out on Sarasota Bay during the first Yoga at the Ringling event, Sept. 15, behind the Caâ€™ dâ€™Zan Mansion.
Patrick and Heather Oâ€™Neill attended Southsideâ€™s prom night-themed mixer, Sept. 15, at Michaelâ€™s On East.
Lily Wicks, 3, practices kicking the ball at her first soccer game Sept. 8, at Glebe Park for the first weekend of the Suncoast Sports Club season.
Brennan Abott, third from left, gets control of the ball Saturday, Sept. 8, at Glebe Park for the first weekend of the Suncoast Sports Club season.
Sydney Schrader and her brother, Kaden, have fun building sand sculptures and castles, Sept. 5, on Siesta Key Beach.
Rita Van Gorder shows the difference between skirts to Dottie Schell, Sept. 1 at the Siesta Key Farmers Market.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney waves to the cheering crowd, Sept. 20, at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.
Mark Weeks laughs as Caiden Woodworth, 5, raises his arms up in the air victoriously, Sept. 15, during Hang 10 for Autism on Siesta Key Beach.
Dylan Colby, 8, and his brother Clay, 10, found a chunk of metal Sept. 15,during the 2012 International Coastal Cleanup on Siesta Key beach.