| Log in
   

Arts | Section 

On the night of June 21, 1964, three civil rights workers in Neshoba County, Mississippi, were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan and law enforcement, their bodies dumped at the ... Read more »

Arts 

Despite his status as a veritable rock star of the poetry world, Billy Collins opened PoetryLife Weekend at Florida Studio Theatre on Friday with self-deprecating humor before turning slightly more ... Read more »

Arts 

A woman riding the commuter train into London every morning gazes out the window of the train at a block of suburban houses. Each day the train stops at a ... Read more »

Arts | Featured | Section 

It is not poet Billy Collins' goal to get people to write poetry. Instead, he'd like them to read it rather than fear it, and suggests that reading poetry is ... Read more »

Arts 

JEFFREY R. ORENSTEIN will discuss and sign copies of "Fixing American Government" at 2 p.m. April 26 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. www.sarasotabooks.com; 365-7900. TEENS are invited to a ... Read more »

FEATURED PARTNER

Read more »

Arts 

What happens in Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel "Big Little Lies" could happen in any upper-middle class enclave, but the Australian author has set her story of family secrets and dysfunction ... Read more »

Arts 

I'm on a bit of an Australiana kick these days, in part because my younger daughter is an American ex-pat living in Melbourne. So last month I enjoyed listening to ... Read more »

Arts 

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 in Seminole. www.floridabibliophilesociety.org; 365.2169. PROSE ... Read more »

There are now two more itty bitty book houses out there. Read more »

Arts | Featured 

Wanda Brunstetter does not live in Sarasota's Pinecraft neighborhood, nor is she Amish, yet she's built a substantial career writing books — novels and cookbooks — about the communities she ... Read more »

FEATURED PARTNER

Read more »

Three lives collide in Australian author Brooke Davis's debut novel, "Lost & Found," in a story that charmingly combines comedy and tragedy. The story opens with 7-year-old Millie Bird, who ... Read more »

Arts | Featured 

As a child, my favorite fairy tales were those by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, not just because I grew up near a small Danish community in California, but ... Read more »

Section 

WILLIAM HEYEN and KARLA LUINN MERRIFIELD will read from their poetry at 2 p.m. Feb. 22 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. 365-7900; www.bookstore1sarasota.com. CHRISTOPHER MERRILL, Hermitage artist in residence, ... Read more »

Section 

CALVIN BRANCHE, collector and authority on John D. MacDonald, will discuss MacDonald's life and work at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at the University of Tampa Library. Sponsored by the Florida ... Read more »

Featured | Section 

'Prequel" isn't exactly the right term to describe "Lila," the third of Marilynne Robinson's novels set in a small Iowa town in the years before the middle of the 20th ... Read more »
See More Stories
  • Subscribe To Our Newsletter

    Sign up for the hottest stories, events and photos delivered to your inbox every weekday!


  • SEARCH RESTAURANTS