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May 2015 Visual Arts Happenings

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

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Selby Gardens ' 'Colors of the Tropics' showcases a painter's palette from nature

The primary color of tropical plants is green, but that is not stopping the horticultural team at Selby Gardens from splashing the colors of the… Read more »

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Arts groups win big in Tallahassee

The $43.3 million allocation may be the highest the state has ever made available to arts and cultural groups…. Read more »

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Diablo masks reflect Costa Rican rainforest

Borucan artists’ carvings fly off the shelves as collectors snap them up during an exhibit at Selby Gardens…. Read more »

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Costa Rican masks on display at Selby Gardens

A collection of brilliantly-colored hand-carved wooden masks of imaginative creatures opens today at Selby Gardens. “A Tribal Collection: Rainforest Marks of Costa Rica” is a… Read more »

Land a unique pine tree at Selby Gardens this Thursday

Stroll the sumptuous Selby Gardens grounds while munching on cheese and snacks and sipping some vino this Thursday at the Gardens’ annual Wine, Dine &… Read more »

Sense and the City: May's UnSeason Scene

Things to do for Mom on Mother’s Day and other goodies…. Read more »

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BOOK REVIEW: 'The Scent of Scandal' by

By CYNTHIA BARNETT,  Correspondent Investigative journalist Craig Pittman had covered plenty of crazy people by the time he stepped onto the tranquil grounds of Sarasota’s… Read more »

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'Lights in Bloom' at Selby Gardens

Holiday cheer comes to the tropics beginning Dec. 16 at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. The 10-night interactive show, “Lights in Bloom,” will showcase the gardens… Read more »

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