Motivational speaker Jim Rohn famously said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. We’ve probably all heard that theory by now – and it certainly holds merit to a large degree. Of course, we’re all individuals. Some more than others, are particularly headstrong and unshakeable in
Adapting to these challenging times, the Sarasota Film Camps is now able to offer its unique curriculum online for students ages 8-14. Film professionals with decades of industry experience in Hollywood as well as educators from the 22-year-old Sarasota Film Festival, an event of world renown, will keep kids learning, entertained, and occupied in the safety of their homes.
It’s a different type of July 4th celebration this year. No parades, very few fireworks shows, no large outdoor concerts. The celebrations will be small and hopefully controlled. There still can be so much fun this weekend. A family picnic in the park is always wonderful. There are many restaurants
Effective at midnight on July 1, 2020! Masks are now required at most indoor and outdoor public places in the City of Sarasota. This is being done to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Exceptions Children under the age of 18, schools, daycares and non-city government agencies. People for
Actually, the unofficial launch date of the Suncoast Post was March 1, 2020. Our team has taken our time over the past several months, tweaking the layout and making sure that the new site was operating properly. Rolling out a new website doesn’t always go smooth! The new website contains