I have to admit, Father’s Day is a little different this year. Normally, I would have traveled to New York to spend the weekend with my kids and 6 grandboys! This year it is not in the cards. We will do a “Zoom” get together which will be fun, butContinue Reading


Are you socially conscious and looking for something different to do with your time? And make money, too? WSLR in Sarasota has a job opening which will last from June 29 – October 30, 2020. You will need to put in 15 hours a week and will be paid $13.50Continue Reading


The Suncoast Post is happy to relay this important information from the Sarasota Police Department (SPD). The Sarasota Police Department (SPD) wants to remind all drivers and passengers in vehicles the importance of seat belt use. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, drivers are still traveling throughout the City of SarasotaContinue Reading


This Mother’s Day will certainly be different than any other! Many folks through-out our country are still in quarantine and the ones that are venturing out are wearing face masks, gloves and practicing social distancing. Quite a few states have “opened” and on Mother’s Day many restaurants will be servingContinue Reading


Thirty-seven years ago, on my way from Illinois to Florida with a five-year layover in Atlanta, I “landed” a job very different from my cushy corporate writer/editor job. I say landed because I wanted to do something fresh, even if the pay sucked. I was married to an IBMer. InContinue Reading


Put those Ripe Bananas to Good Use If you’re like me, you probably buy a big bunch of bananas and they all seem to ripen at the same time. Here’s a great recipe from my kitchen that is sure to become your new favorite snack. Many of us are atContinue Reading


The Suncoast Post thought our readers would like to know what it’s like to be a kid in quarantine. We asked the grand kids and here’s their story! My name is Tobias! Well, I am not quite 4! My 4th birthday is May 30th in case you are interested inContinue Reading


No Graduation Ceremony Our youngest daughter, Adina, along with thousands of other students from the class of 2020 throughout the nation, mourn the abrupt and unceremonious end to their college experience. She will not walk across the stage this Spring to receive her diploma in her highly anticipated college graduationContinue Reading