Angry that red tide is giving her bronchitis-like symptoms and literally stinking up her life, Ellen Ostroth decided to do something about it.
Joel Healy of Manasota Key was a member of the 1st Battalion, 7th Regiment, 1st Marine Division when he was shipped to the front lines in Korea in 1951. He was an ammo carrier for a 60 mm mortar squad.
Downtown construction did not stop people from enjoying the September Venice Wine Walk. In the photo above, music is played outside Coastal Keys as wine aficionados enjoy the event.
For the annual Venice Beach Party, Gulf Shores Realty will be giving away 1,000 free, custom designed T-shirts with the slogan "Venice Beach Party, 2018."
The events of September 11, 2001 were remembered in Venice with a gathering at Patriots Park. The highlights of the morning were remembrances by Gold Star Fathers Brian McEnroe and Chris Hager, who spoke warmly about their sons.
The city of Venice used social media to announce that its police officers had saved some baby sea turtles. The “press release” included some great humor. Here it is, word for word: “Over the weekend, we received a call that numerous baby sea turtles were located in a parking lot. Officers se…
In the hands of humorist Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, “Peter and the Starcatcher,” a prequel to “Peter Pan,” is a non-stop, rib tickling, fun-for-all-ages work that gives new meaning to absurdity.
For the entire month of September, real-life heroes dedicated to keeping our communities safe will receive free single-day theme park admission at Legoland Florida Resort.
The Sarasota Ballet announced the lineup of films for The Principal Film Series, inviting audiences to explore the world of ballet through film and gain a unique insight into the art form’s history.
SWAMI, the South West Area Music Industry (of Florida), will feature Grammy-nominated blues legend Bryan Lee as the guest speaker at the Sept. 17 meeting. The guest moderator will be local radio/TV personality Russ Yodice from WSLR radio 96.5 FM and ABC TV 7, Sarasota.
(Editor’s Note: This is part three of a four-part series that chronicles the author’s personal experience of hearing loss. Born and raised in England, the writer is now an American citizen, living in Venice, Florida.)
Sarasota County School Board Member Eric Robinson and Bob Graham, former Florida governor and senator, probably don’t agree on much politically, but they do have something in common.
John Beyernheimer went aboard the destroyer James C. Owens in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1951 shortly after obtaining a degree in physical education.
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