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Who’s Playing Tonight?

An interview with Kara Nally by Mike Sales The first time I heard Kara Nally, was at SKOB. She was guest hosting the open mic, with Sandi Grecco, singing a little, introducing the various participants and making the rounds to Read More

Midnight Pass still provokes debate after 30 years

By Paul Roat Even though it’s been 30 years since Midnight Pass closed, the conversation is still going on strong. Midnight Pass, an inlet separating southern Siesta Key to Casey Key, was what coastal engineers called a migrating inlet. The Read More

Beach Reads

~~“Who Asked You?” by Terry McMillan c.2013, Viking    $27.95 / $29.50 Canada   383 pages Book review by The Bookworm Sez, Terri Schlichenmeyer You can’t fix everything. That’s a hard lesson to learn, no matter who you are. You can’t swoop in Read More

Siesta Key Association Celebrates Its 65th Year

By Diana Colson Community Reports, Code Enforcement Parking:  John Lally, Code Enforcement Officer, addressed the group. He said the Sheriff’s Department would do their best to enforce parking this winter. There are 150 new parking spots, but 450 are needed. Read More

Soulful Advice from Donnarose

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 Read More

Parking procrastination ends, holiday shopping thoughts

By Paul Roat The fledgling State Street/Lemon Avenue parking garage/mixed use structure fulfills the true definition of a compromise: something nobody likes but something that everyone can begrudgingly live with. Sarasota officials began the long process of defining what they Read More