Archive for May, 2013

Soulful Advice from Donnarose

Soulful Advice from Donnarose

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Donnarose Melvin is a professional psychic, medium and energy healer, whose pleasure it is to assist clients worldwide. She incorporates knowledge from her degree in psychology, along with her clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient and empathic gifts to guide her clients towards peace and success.  Please send your questions to GoWithYourSoul@gmail.com or private message her via facebook: […]

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Featured Artists

Featured Artists

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

THE AMAZING ARTISTRY OF FILM By Diana Colson How much adventure can you jam into ten days? A ton, if you went to the 15th Sarasota Film Festival. It proved to be a 10-day cultural expedition, filled with surprises and amazing samplings of lives utterly different from our own. Between April 5th and 14th one […]

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Feature Article

Feature Article

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Driven to Distraction? Texting Ban Green Lighted in Senate; Next Exit: House By Robert Frederickson January 30, 2013 dawned mild and clear on Longboat Key with temperatures in the mid 60s, climbing to 80 that afternoon. It was the kind of day that explains why the population of this ten-mile long slice of paradise between […]

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Siesta Key Round Up

Siesta Key Round Up

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

By Stan Zimmerman Big Pass ebb shoal eyed There are a lot of “island myths” up and down the southwest coast of Florida. One concerns pirate José Gaspar and his island full of captive beauties (named “Captiva” of course). Another is the role of the ebb shoal sandbar north of Big Pass. The sandbar is […]

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Investing For Your Future

Investing For Your Future

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

      Martha Stokes, C.M.T. is the co-founder and CEO of TechniTrader®, an educational firm dedicated to helping small investors and retail traders. Since 1998,           "A New Approach to Balancing Your Portfolio" by Martha Stokes, CMT One of the most daunting challenges for independent investors today is how to […]

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Arts on the Horizon

Arts on the Horizon

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

SRQ…Our “not so” sleepy little town! Quite a line-up on the horizon! by Jaye Clements   May 1st “Buskers & Art Walk” 6pm on St. Armands Circle 388-1554. (free)   May 1st to the 18th  The Art Center is hosting the annual exhibition of Sarasota students. The Center will exhibit local talent from floor to […]

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Isan Thai Restaurant

Isan Thai Restaurant

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Spicy, not necessarily hot, cuisine offered at Isan Thai Restaurant By Paul Roat You can visit Northern Thailand simply by going to the South Trail in Sarasota. Isan Thai Restaurant offers traditional Thai food from a province in the northern region of the country bordering Cambodia and Laos. Owner P’Koong is from the Sisaket or […]

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siesta key

Island Chatter – SKA

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Beverly B. Arias Director Siesta Key Association Whether you have chosen to live here, or are visiting our lovely Florida paradise, Siesta Key can be a welcome respite from a workday routine, a retired career, or the mainland rush.  While here on Siesta Key, it would be wise to be prepared to Slow Down!  As […]

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Downtown & Beyond

Downtown & Beyond

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Some big things ongoing, brewing Downtown By Paul Roat There is one big outdoor art exhibit on display at Sarasota’s Island Park, on the Bayfront off Ringling Boulevard Downtown. Embracing Our Differences is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The exhibit features 39 billboard-size artworks and statements “created by artists, writers, and students from around the world […]

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Featured Event

Featured Event

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

The Greatest ‘Little Show’ On Earth! By Diana Colson   In April, Sarasota’s own SAILOR CIRCUS presented its 64th annual Spring Show, and it was truly spectacular! All of the performers attend schools in either Sarasota or Manatee Counties, and have devoted weeks and sometimes years of after-school hours to practice.  Under the Big Top, […]

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Sarasota news

Up & Down the Trail

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

by Stan Zimmerman Correction: Writing and righting a great wrong I’m a great believer in fixing things up front. In the last issue, I made a grievous error in a story about the end of a city witch hunt that left the city manager and information tech chief looking for new employment despite the lack […]

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Captain's Report for May 2013

Captain’s Report for May 2013

May 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Captain Jim Klopfer's Fishing Forecast for May 2013 Adventure Charters / 941-371-1390 / http://fishingsiestakey.com May is a transition month in Sarasota.  Although the calendar says it is still spring, by late May it will definitely feel like summer time.  Pelagic species such as king and Spanish mackerel will have migrated north, inshore fishing will be […]

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