Questions raised about how proposed Sarasota County/FDOT road swap could affect traffic planning in conjunction with Siesta Promenade

Questions raised about how proposed Sarasota County/FDOT road swap could affect traffic planning in conjunction with Siesta Promenade

April 24, 2018 | Comments (0)

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com In its latest responses regarding the proposed Siesta Promenade project, filed with Sarasota County in late March, Benderson Development continues to propose the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Stickney Point Road and Avenue B and C. The latest traffic analysis report says that the closure of […]

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Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

Photos by Sarasota Photography / Jaye Clements Have you buried you toes in our world famous sand lately?  There’s nothing like it!  Whenever I ask visitors, what’s your favorite thing about Siesta Key beach; I usually get “the sand!”  That white, fine, powdery, sand!   People are always in awe of its beauty!  Can you imagine […]

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April Island Girl

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

This month’s Island Girl is Jessalyn of Boca Raton. An avid volleyball player, she had to skip this year’s Dig the Beach Volleyball Series as she was recovering from hip surgery. She visits Siesta Key Beach nearly every weekend during the summer. As you can imagine, she’s particularly fond of the volleyball courts. Her favorites […]

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Siesta Sounds - Kettle of Fish

Siesta Sounds – Kettle of Fish

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

Siesta Sounds By Charmaine Engelsman-Robins Dana Lawrence and Kettle of Fish    Living in an area with lots of local talent readily available is a real blessing. Before long you have at least one favorite band or singer, and any time you want to go out and enjoy some music, you know they can always […]

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Arts on the Horizon

Arts on the Horizon

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

By Rodger Skidmore Spend a day on an island         February and March provided us with many cold days this year. Perhaps Mother Nature was just showing us, in her fun way, how lucky we are to be in Sarasota. Lucky because it sure was cold, snowy and blowy up north where they […]

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Bartender of the Month - April

Bartender of the Month – April

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

The Table Creekside at Phillippi Creek Village 5365 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL. 34231 (941) 921-9465 Name of Bartender:  Kasi Hometown: Warren, OH Q#1:  What’s your bartending experience and how long have you worked at The Table Creekside?  A:  I have four years of bartending experience, three of which have been with Table Creekside Bar […]

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Captain Jim Klopfer’s Siesta Key Fishing Forecast

Captain Jim Klopfer’s Siesta Key Fishing Forecast

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

   After a chilly start to 2018 in January, the weather has been unseasonably warm with record-breaking temperatures in February. March was pretty typical though water temps were above average. April should offer incredible fishing for a variety of species.    Big Pass and New Pass will be alive with fish migrating in and out of […]

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Off Key News

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

Off Key By Bob Frederickson From Sub-Tropical Dreams to Flying Machines Pirate Looks at 80?                                      Florida has long attracted those looking to paint their own unique self-portrait on the state’s inviting and expansive canvas. On a good day (or bad depending on your point of view) as many as one thousand new residents flock to […]

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Donnarose ~ Higher Living

Donnarose ~ Higher Living

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

   As many regular readers of this column know, the title and subtitle is only three months old.  This change is to help promote exactly what it reads.  Meaning, “Higher Living ~ Living life in the Light” is when we’re able to be more consistent at maintaining a higher vibrational frequency, and staying in a […]

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Notes from the Island Fishmonger

Notes from the Island Fishmonger

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

GATOR BITES    There are only two places I don’t mind having an alligator encounter. The first place is on the golf course as they seem to mind their own business on the links. The other place is on my dinner plate. People say Gator meat tastes like chicken. My professional foodie description and comparison […]

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Mount-N-Repair

Mount-N-Repair

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

Stop in and browse from the vast inventory of stainless and silver jewelry including the exclusive to the area Hawaiian collection, as well as Rembrandt charms in gold or silver, toe rings, anklets, and the largest chain wall in Sarasota at Mount-N-Repair. “For 26 years Mount-N-Repair has helped to create lasting memories for tourists and […]

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Out of Door Academy class cleans the beach

Out of Door Academy class cleans the beach

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

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