Tidewell Hospice remains committed to serving families with quality care and continuing services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite challenges brought on by the halting of traditional in-person engagements, they are innovating to help. Tidewell was able to get creative in bringing its Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center services to its
The turnout was quite impressive at the 11th Annual Tidewell Hospice Signature Luncheon in Sarasota, which helps fund the services Tidewell provides to more than 9,000 patients annually regardless of their ability to pay. One impressive attendee in particular we were delighted to chat with was the keynote speaker, an icon in Hollywood for almost 5 decades, Melissa Gilbert.
It’s that time of year again. The annual “Giving Back” event at the Swordfish Grill and Tiki is September 12, 2019 at 6pm. Tickets are on sale and as usual they are selling fast.
Is it just me or does the time after Labor Day just seem to drag on with rain and more rain? It seems like things to do in the Sarasota and Bradenton area doesn’t start revving up until mid-October or early November. If you are looking for fun things to do in the Sarasota area for September, here are a few ideas to get you through the rest of the month.
Bradenton based Billy Rice Band has some very exciting news. Coming this fall they have plans to play at some larger festivals in the state of Florida. With that in mind, they are proud to announce that they have a brand new promotional video!
As we make the ascension into 2018, we look back at 2017 with wonder at the exciting events that took place. Nationally, we witnessed a new presidency and a myriad of opinions and conversations that have ensued. Floridians and those in the tropics braced for a Category 5 hurricane when Irma blew in but thankfully, for many, it was a quieter event. We pray for those in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands who are still suffering. Locally we witnessed the generous spirit and collective energy of a community that comes together repeatedly to support one another. When word gets out that a member of our Sarasota family is in need, the masses unite. Yes, we are blessed to live in not only a beautiful, tropical paradise but one that beats with a wide-open, generous heart.
For those of you who have been to the Swordfish Grill and Tiki in Cortez, Fl you have probably met General Manager, Bob Slicker. He’s the guy with the big smile on his face welcoming customers, helping his servers, pouring drinks- you know everything that a GM has to do. But, Bob takes it to another level. He is the best of the best.