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Determined to pursue their family owner policy partners Marla Pena and Jimmy Lopatinsky work with their older kids to ensure customers enjoy their visit to Los Portales Authentic Mexican Restaurant at 1092 S. Tamiami Trail in Osprey.

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The Chanukah Klezmer Festival in Centennial Park, W. Venice Avenue on Sunday Dec. 6 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. will include a Tree of Life Menorah for the Pittsburgh Synagogue victims. The Freylekh Klezmer Band will play a special tribute to those victims.

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It was just eight months ago when former Realtor Kathy Lehner, took over the stewardship of Venice Area Chamber of Commerce as the president and CEO.

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The members of the Business and Professional Women of Englewood and Venice will welcome longtime member Kathy Castellano as the speaker at their Nov. 20 dinner to be held at the Left Coast Seafood Restaurant in Venice.

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PGT Innovations more than doubled its income in the third quarter of 2018, compared to the previous year.

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Land in Osprey previously considered for a shopping center has been acquired by Seaside Springs Retirement Community LLC of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Eating-in is about to take a big leap this coming weekend when meals from area restaurants can be delivered promptly to your home. Whether you are about to leave the office or work, awaiting the arrival of the hungry family or fearing the drudgery having to shop for lunch or dinner and wait …

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Mission Valley Golf Club reopened for play after a six-month renovation and the club’s oldest member, 93-year-old Dottie Kuhlman, had the pleasure of teeing up the first ball.

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David Joyner, owner of Joyner Family Insurance, 1500 E. Venice Ave., No. 206, will remember October 2018 as when his family welcomed Mabel, an 18-month-old black Labrador, into their household.

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As everyone begins shopping for Thanksgiving, Christmas and the party season, some merchants on West Venice Avenue have organized a Neighborhood Celebration Month to make it more exciting and less expensive.

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See the recently released blockbuster “I Can Only Imagine” at a free family movie night sponsored by First Baptist Church of Venice.

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To celebrate the first anniversary of acquiring the 35-year-old Sunbug store, owners Norhala Houck and James Haas are expanding.

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When it appeared that the building Dick’s Shoes occupied on West Venice Avenue was likely to be demolished, the business needed a temporary location, possibly for 18 months.

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Buffalo Bill’s Brew-B-Q and Catering has closed, signaling the end of a 54-year food service career for the Steinwachs family, who made Buffalo Bill’s a local household name.

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