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Contribution from long time donor kick-starts $2.5 million campaign... Read more »

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Van Wezel's upcoming season offers something for everyone... Read more »

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TONY SOUZA will lead a discussion on American architecture at 6 p.m. Sept. 2 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. 365-7900. LITERALLY SARASOTA will meet to discuss "Fierce Radiance" by ... Read more »

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As a little girl growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Gwendolyn Calvert Baker was part of a warm, interconnected African-American family of several generations that supported one another in all ... Read more »

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PROFESSIONAL THEATER SARASOTA “FST IMPROV COMEDY LOTTERY”: In another interactive rendition of FST Improv, 12 audience members will be asked before the show to randomly select out of the FST ... Read more »

COMING UP FERNANDO TRABA CONCERT: The State College of Florida welcomes music instructor and Sarasota Orchestra’s principal bassoon player Fernando Traba for a special recital. September 3. Neel Performing Arts ... Read more »

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If you close your eyes and just listen to The Swingaroos, you might actually think you’ve traveled back in time to a small little nightclub in the 1930s to hear ... Read more »

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Syd Solomon's "Reefscape" opens a portal to multiple universes at Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art. Read more »

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Drawings and photographs reveal the impact of mechanized gold mining on the land and people of El Chocó, Columbia at Art Center Sarasota Read more »

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  Composition student Phillip Sink has been presented with the Hermitage Prize, which includes a six-week residency at the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Englewood and a $1,000 stipend. The prize ... Read more »

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Auditions for roles of Lt. Schrank and Glad Hand on Sept. 4 Read more »
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