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CONCERT REVIEW: Sarasota Orchestra 'Grande Finale' brings Masterworks season to a delightful close

The first season of any conductor’s tenure with an orchestra is the honeymoon. It appears the love is still strong between conductor Anu Tali, her… Read more »

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Nilo Cruz speaks musically in new 'Sotto Voce' at Asolo Rep

Pulitzer Prize-winner’s new play links past and present a story of romance, fantasy and reality…. Read more »

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Now playing March 29-April 4: Book and author events

JERRY MORRIS, collector and authority, will speak on association copies at 1:30 p.m. March 29 at the St. Petersburg College Library / Seminole Community College… Read more »

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Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota shows its growth

When John Fischer joined Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota a little over a decade ago, it offered something like a half-dozen concerts per year. Next… Read more »

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Waterfront art exhibits celebrate our differences

Display of supersized banners debuts in Sarasota’s Island Park and Bradenton’s Riverwalk…. Read more »

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La Musica International Chamber Music Festival celebrates 'Things New'

Jerry Bilik has made a career writing music for TV shows, commercial accounts, and the marching band at his alma mater, the University of Michigan…. Read more »

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Top 10 Weekend Events

From Whiskey Obsession to Chillounge, plan your weekend here…. Read more »

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Venice Theatre seeks laughs on golf course with Ken Ludwig comedy

“Fox on the Fairway” is a tribute to classic British sex farces of the 1930s and 1940s…. Read more »

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CONCERT REVIEW: Perahia provides fireworks finale

For the final concert of its 70th season, the Sarasota Concert Association brought the legendary American piano virtuoso Murray Perahia to the Van Wezel, where… Read more »

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March 2015 Visual Arts Happenings

From galleries, to art fairs, to The Ringling, there’s always something going on…. Read more »

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Slideshow: Embracing Our Differences 2015

Artists of every flavor celebrate the diversity of human experience…. Read more »

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Top 5 Things To Do Today

EDM DJ duo, whiskey festival, drama on stage and more. … Read more »

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Rising waters: Living in a world of climate change

14,000-gallon aquarium art piece installed on bayfront adjacent to Cà d’ Zan…. Read more »

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Women are faces of SFF 2015

Featured celebrity guests this year are Cloris Leachman, Rachel Weisz, Blythe Danner and Jane Seymour… Read more »

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Q&A: Sarah McLachlan on her ‘sexual reawakening’

Grammy winner on her “sexual reawakening,” reviving Lilith Fair and more before her show in Sarasota. … Read more »

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Chillounge: Cirque du Chill

One of the year’s best parties moves to Selby Gardens on Saturday…. Read more »

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Top 5 For Free This Week

Lots of fun for not a lot of money…. Read more »

Saturday | This Weekend 

Retro Rocks

Like many charity events, this shindig has dancing, live music, food and drink. Unlike many, there will be plenty of cute and cuddly puppies and… Read more »

Friday | Saturday | Sunday | This Weekend 

Tampa Bay Tattoofest

Yes, it’s a celebration of skin ink in all it’s forms, where you can mingle with artists, get a new tattoo and gawk at serious… Read more »

Movies 

'Breakfast Club'

“Breakfast Club” was the movie of a generation, directed by ‘80s teen movie god John Hughes, starring icons like Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson,… Read more »

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