Archive for September, 2014

Off Key

Off Key

September 1, 2014 | Comments (0)

By Bob Frederickson  From Seeking Shelter in Sarasota to Scaring the Wildlife on Passage Key Requiem for a Homeless Shelter? Support evaporated on the city commission last month for consultant Robert Marbut’s recommendation that a come-as-you-are shelter be built near downtown as a means of addressing the city’s growing homeless problem. Marbut’s plan is still […]

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Carla's Clay

Carla’s Clay

September 1, 2014 | Comments (0)

By Diana Colson Carla O’Brien is a gifted clay artist. She creates lovely utilitarian pottery—bowls casseroles, goblets and the like. She also creates whimsical, sculptural forms— pieces that bring a smile to one’s face. Besides throwing, firing and glazing her own beautiful work, she is a master teacher, conducting classes for all ages at her […]

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Soulfully Yours Donnarose

Soulfully Yours Donnarose

September 1, 2014 | Comments (0)

Q:  Dear Donnarose, how can I help raise someones vibration who’s suffering with cancer? It’s been a challenge since he often has the “when one door closes, a better one does not open” mentality. Regards, Jill A: ~ “Forgive yourself for regretful actions you took in the past, and any negative influence from them, will cease to […]

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Off Islands

Off Islands

September 1, 2014 | Comments (0)

By Rodger Skidmore  Thousands of Books burned on Longboat Key In late August Longboat Key hosted a book burning. High party officials had “strongly suggested” that residents bring books and other papers that were deemed “offensive”, to the square in front of the town hall for the high noon burning. Regime members were pleased with […]

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Arts on the Horizon

Arts on the Horizon

September 1, 2014 | Comments (0)

By Jaye Clements Have you been to the Art Center in Sarasota yet? The Art Center boasts many gifted artists and a beautiful garden highlights talented sculptors from around the area.  The Art Center provides art education, exhibitions and cultural programs.  The community has access to the visual arts as an artist or a viewer.  […]

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