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Expanding the Legacy Trail in Sarasota County, FL

If you want to find out how important voting is, just ask the person whose presidential candidate did not win. People lament on social media day in and day out about why this person won or this one did not, and this is all taking place nearly two years since the “big” election cycle. As we make our way into the midterm elections this fall, people are encouraging others to show up and vote. From a young voter campaign sparked largely by outspoken victims of the Parkland School shooting designed to guide 18-year-olds to the polls with a mission to reform gun laws, to the #MeToo Movement, trying to encourage female voters to make sure their candidate does not walk away the loser, groups everywhere are courting your vote.

Why Venice, Florida is the Ultimate Snowbird Destination

As winter descends upon much of the United States, the allure of sunny skies, warm temperatures, and pristine beaches beckons snowbirds to seek refuge in the perfect destination. Among the myriad choices, Venice, Florida, emerges as an undisputed gem, capturing the hearts of winter migrants with its unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and […]

The ‘Other Side’ of Pickleball

This is the third time I’ve started over and re-written this article from scratch. Every time I think I have my definitive conclusion on pickleball—I have another epiphany. Let’s recap:  Tennis is in my DNA.  I come from a family of tennis players, played college tennis and I’ve been fortunate enough to cover and announce […]

Reflections on Thanksgiving 2020

Thanksgiving is my favorite nondenominational holiday – perfect in every way. What could be wrong with delicious food, often in excess, that brings family and friends together, without the hassle or stress of exchanging gifts? It was also my late father’s favorite holiday. Early Thanksgiving morning, he and my mother would drive to our home. They would […]

Suncoast Post Interview with Renaissance Man, Ray Collins

Ray Collins doesn’t sit still for long.  After a career in television news, he’s now making waves with his high-end videos in the local real estate world, and also running for an elected office in Sarasota County. The Suncoast Post recently caught up with the downtown resident to find out more about why he’s throwing […]

What’s On, Suncoast? 7.10-7.17

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of 7.10-7.17! ALL are social distance approved for maximum fun! I Kayak Sarasota I Kayak Sarasota1560 Blvd of the Arts (or a waterway near you), Sarasota, FL 34236 Need to get out of the […]

It’s the 25th Anniversary of The Sarasota Film Festival- Check out the Complete Program

The Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) announced today the full slate of programming for the 25th anniversary edition of the festival, taking place in-person across Sarasota March 25 through April 2, 2023, with complementary virtual programming to open March 24. The festival is set to open on Saturday, March 25 with a screening of Dawn Porter’s […]

What’s On Suncoast? 2.24 – 3.3

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are some ideas for the area this week from February 24 – March 3, 2023! Reggae Block Party w/ Jah Movement Reggae Block Party w/ Jah Movement1490 Main St Sarasota, FL 34236 Grab your tickets! Bigger Space, Bigger Artist, Positive Vibes! Join us for our 7th annual Reggae […]

Sixth Annual Allman Family Revival Tour, Celebrating Life & Music of Gregg Allman, Comes to Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

The Sixth Annual Allman Family Revival,  one of the year’s most anticipated Southern Roots/Rock tours celebrating the Life and Music of legendary Allman Brothers Band co-founder Greg Allman and led by Gregg’s son, Devon Allman, comes to Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 N. Tamiami Trail, Monday, November 28. Show: 8pm. Tickets: $60.-$94. Info: (941) 263-6799 or visit FACEBOOK […]

The Bay Park Conservancy Awarded $150,000 Grant by Gulf Coast Community Foundation 

Gulf Coast Community Foundation has awarded The Bay Park Conservancy an additional $150,000 grant to support the development of Phase 2 of the park on Sarasota Bay, bringing Gulf Coast’s cumulative contributions to more than $1 million in direct donations. The funding will help transform land that is mostly a parking lot into a blue-and-green […]

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