The signs say World of Beer. So do the employees when answering the phones. But the tavern in downtown Sarasota isn’t a World of Beer. Not anymore. The Tampa-based chain revoked the franchise agreement for the tavern at 1888 Main St. last month, court records show. But the local watering hole that opened to great … MORE>>
Little Skull Photography has been rocking the photo scene – especially with pinup & boudoir photography – since 2012 and have been calling Sarasota home since 2015. But today they will be doing a very different type of photography and they are looking for anyone and everyone to get involved. From 2-6 p.m. Little Skull … MORE>>
If you’re a fan of Sarasota, history, culture and scavenger hunts then Sarasota YPG and The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce’s “Q Dash” will be right up your alley. Announced officially today via press release and Facebook, the “Q Dash” will be taking place Saturday, April 22 throughout downtown Sarasota. So what is it exactly? … MORE>>
The Women’s March has become a major topic of conversation since it began to gain traction just days after the presidential election. Overnight, it exploded and went from being an idea thrown out by a woman in Hawaii on Facebook and into an actual event. With all the excitement, the main March in D.C. has … MORE>>
Since debuting in 2002, “The Bachelor” has become one of the most beloved and hated reality TV shows of our time. The success of the original has brought us “The Bachelorette”, “Bachelor Pad”, “Bachelor in Paradise,” and even a talk show following “Bachelor in Paradise” called “After Paradise” which features an array of celebrities actually … MORE>>
Christina was chopping and marinating her way through dinner prep when I walked into the kitchen on Christmas. I had been on the floor with Derek, trying fruitlessly to put together the new parking garage/race track he had received. I leaned on the counter and took a breath. “Now I know why my parents were … MORE>>
The Giving Challenge 2016 was a big success for so many great local organizations that serve Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and Desoto counties. The challenge broke the 2015 record of over $7 million by almost doubling it with a grand total of $13,386,909. That’s a lot of donations and dough. One new opportunity to make some extra money … MORE>>
Let’s face it – 2016 was rough. There were some bright spots but between all the celebrity deaths, the contentious election cycle, Zika virus, Syria and a wide variety of other things no one can say this year didn’t punch them in the gut at least a few times. I mean, just watch this fake … MORE>>
If you haven’t made it to The 2016 Lights in Bloom at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota it’s not too late. The display, with nearly a million lights, will run nightly through December 23 and December 26-30 from 6 to 9 p.m. The lighting was done by Affairs In The Air.         … MORE>>
Lights in Bloom at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens is always a great way to get into the holiday spirit. There is the Wishing Tree, the beautiful butterflies and dragonflies up in the trees and of course a chance to see Santa Claus. This year they have added “The Wave” and my personal favorite: Flamingo Reindeer. … MORE>>