Daily Archives: July 1, 2018

The Future of Women’s Swimwear

By Diana Colson Meet Sarasota’s modern day version of Annette Kellermann, Charlotte Marin “I think the future of swimwear is certainly going to be...

Great Father’s Day Race

By Trebor Britt More than 350 runners of all ages were registered to run along the beautiful Gulf of Mexico shoreline on Siesta Key...

Photo Gallery

Photos by Sarasota Photography / Jaye Clements Looking for something fun for the family this summer?  We have miles of beautiful beaches to explore…...
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Siesta Sounds

By Charmaine Engelsman-Robins “Twinkle Twinkle little star …”                 “Little” star? Not hardly.     Twinkle Schascle Ursula Yochim’s big, long name matches her...

Notes from the Island Fishmonger

Hogfish is the “Filet Mignon of the Sea”    Growing up in Michigan I was not as well versed in the knowledge of fish...

Bartender of the month

Congrats with a tip of the hat and highlight to AMY, who bartends at THE OLD SALTY DOG, located at 5023 Ocean Blvd, in...

Through the eyes of a Veteran

Colonel Stephen M. Golden, MD  By Diana Colson    Colonel Stephen M. Golden MD, had a brilliant tri-service career serving for over 40 years...
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Off-Key

By Bob Frederickson From Panhandling Retooled to a New Five Second Rule Truth in Advertising? “Willing to Work,” “God-Bless,” “Disabled Vet,” “Anything Will Help.”...

Arts on the Horizon

By Rodger Skidmore  Young at Heart      Back in the day, Mister Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra, sang “Fairy tales can come true, it can...

Donnarose ~ Higher Living

  “Create the habit of gratitude in your life and watch your life transform.”  Gratitude and staying in a grateful state of energy, is...