The Sarasota Ballet is back on stage with the women dancing on their toes, or on pointe and sometimes on their toes moving in very quick, sm...
A college professor once told me that he visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to view only one painting, a particular favorite...
A highlight of any trip to New York is a visit to the New-York Historical Society, the home of 132 Tiffany lamps. It is the largest such col...
The Sarasota Orchestra recently launched its new season with a concert at the opera house. I personally can't wait to enjoy their concerts o...
That's the title of the collection of stunning artworks by Robert Colescott now on display at the Sarasota Art Museum. The African-American ...
I was lucky to meet Donna Maytham when she invited me to join a group she hosts for discussions about ballet, one of my passions. Through he...
That's a question that bedevils art experts and "civilians" alike. It's not set in stone but there seems to be a common understanding that a...
Is a home more than just a house? Does the size and design matter if you have a bed to sleep in and a roof over your head? The design o...
By Stephenie Frasher, Docent Team Leader The word "docent" in Webster's dictionary means teacher or lecturer. Today, the word docent has tak...

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