Jack Littmann-Quinn predicts that this new restaurant, open for just six weeks, has all the right ingredients to be a local icon for the hottest emerging trend in cuisine and dining out.Read more ›
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Eduardo Anaya takes a look back at a social season that gave us great memories, outstanding events and exciting new ventures to look forward to. But just because the tourists are taking off doesn’t mean the locals are shutting down! Check out Eduardo’s list of three must-attend events coming up this week.Read more ›
When he thinks of celebrations, Jack Littman-Quinn always thinks of food. And when it comes to Mothers’ Day, dining out is always his first choice. No other holiday is celebrated as widely at restaurants than that special day with Mom. Jack surveyed a few restaurants to dig into their special offers for Mothers’ Day.Read more ›
The city’s new anti-panhandling ordinance has generated a lot of commentary and criticism in the local community and may face legal challenges from the local chapter of the ACLU. In an effort to better understand the intent and ramifications of the ordinance, Joe Hendricks contacted Sarasota City Attorney Bob Fournier via email to get his thoughts.Read more ›
Take a stroll through Island Park and through the power of art you will be reminded of the importance of accepting the racial, cultural, physical, sexual and philosophical differences that exist among us. Now in its 10th year, the annual Embracing Our Differences exhibit was erected at the end of March and will remain there for the public to experience free of charge through June 2.Read more ›
On a rainy Thursday night not suited for walking, Jeff Speck, author of Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time, addressed approximately 70 people gathered inside Sarasota City Hall for a public forum on walkability called “Working Together for a Walkable City.”Read more ›