So many people come up to us and say, "I could NEVER do what you do." Oh, yeah? Well, you do it every day!! Let Chris Friday train you
in the techniques of improv. Christine Alexander will be there too...
Take a chance. You are going to LOVE this class. All your worries of the day will melt away as you play and create new stuff on the spot!
We look forward to seeing you! Plus it's at the really… Continue
Added by Lazy Fairy Improv on February 25, 2010 at 10:47am —
The Florida Football Alliance has suspended the Sarasota Millionaires and Florida Falcons one game each due to the fights that broke out late in last Saturday’s game in Middleburg, FL. As a result, the Millionaires game vs. the Miami Bulls this Saturday (Feb. 27th) at Booker High School in Sarasota has been cancelled and will count as a forfeit… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on February 25, 2010 at 8:50am —
A limited number of orchestra seats for the February 26 of Mozart’s The Magic Flute are available for just $50 (regularly $95) just for Anything Arts members. This offer is good only by visiting… Continue
Added by Sarasota Opera on February 23, 2010 at 8:58pm —
Getting ready for an exhibition is a lot of work. Still putting finishing touches on some pieces, not to mention adding wire hangers for gallery hanging.
Added by LeeAnn Alexander on February 23, 2010 at 9:31am —
(Middleburg, FL) The Sarasota Millionaires traveled to Middleburg, FL looking to get back on the winning track after a tough loss to Bradenton two weeks ago at home, but came away with a bitter 21-8 loss to the Florida Falcons.
The game was shortened and called off by the referees when several skirmishes… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on February 21, 2010 at 12:06pm —
A nicely done romantic comedy, set in 1937 Budapest, in a beautiful little perfume shop! loved set and costumes! Go see this-rush tickets are $10.
Added by Mark Konrad on February 18, 2010 at 10:54pm —
Preparing for an exhibition is certainly a lot of work. I'm trying to get the flyers, postcards, business cards, paintings, framing, and wires for gallery hanging ready. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice on what I need to do? Suggestions, advice and comments are welcomed.
Added by LeeAnn Alexander on February 18, 2010 at 12:11am —
In his time, Spencer Tracey was generally recognized by his peers as the best and most professioal actor. His formula,according to him,was to be on time,know the lines and not to bump into the other actors. I think his native talent and intelligence allowed him to be real. In other words, you could not tell that he was "acting." Although, he yearned for the days of changing his voice and appearance, he felt that there came a point when the audience expected to see Spencer Tracey.
Added by Pat McCall on February 16, 2010 at 8:32am —
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Added by Connie Allegra, ASID on February 15, 2010 at 11:51am —
Well, 2010 is off to a great start. I have just signed on to do the title role in an upcoming indy feature film, Baine. I will be portraying Howard Baine, an idealistic high school teacher who goes on a vengeful rampage after his teenage son is brutally attacked. The film will be shot in and around St. Petersburg, FL in late March/early April, with a release date sometime late this year/2011. Continue
This is a role that will allow me a lot of room to grow as performer and I am…
Added by Robert Shuster on February 15, 2010 at 11:44am —
On vacation, FL professionals were discussing making medical insurance, medical travel insurance, heart surgery into a national medical records data base. Some places have led starting their own system for medical records.… Continue
Added by lee on February 11, 2010 at 5:29pm —
at the end of march!
Added by Mark Konrad on February 10, 2010 at 11:32am —
One of the life benefits of having a radio career was the opportunity to meet and interview some of the legends of entertainment. One of those for me was the late Frank Sinatra. I was doing a show called Sinatra & Company on Metromedia's WMMR in Phildelphia when he came into town for a political benefit. We sat down and talked about his music - the arrangements and session stories. He spoke about his movie roles and a bit about his ups and downs. He was a simple yet complex man who revered… Continue
Added by Pat McCall on February 8, 2010 at 8:49am —
(Sarasota, FL) The Bradenton Gladiators showed why it has the number one offense in the FFA with a convincing 42-6 victory over its cross-county rivals the Sarasota Millionaires Saturday night at Booker High School’s Tornado Alley.
The first quarter belonged to Sarasota when Dennis Watson picked off a Millard Dawson pass and ran it back 55 yards for a touchdown six… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on February 7, 2010 at 8:50am —
Our February Photo Contest
*WIN a gift basket of nutritional products from Isagenix worth $25.00.
*WIN a $10.00 gift certificate towards one 6inch cheesecake of your choice from our long list of flavors.
Freshly made just for you in our shop in Bradenton.
At Mr. Cheesecake and Isagenix, we say you can have your cake and eat it to.
And of course not feel guilty and be healthy at the same time.… Continue
Added by LocalSarasota.com on February 3, 2010 at 9:30pm —
On a rainy cold saturday afternoon went up to the parkway to catch a matinee showing of "Orson and Me." Being a fan of Mr. Wells I was glad I did. The story revolves round the 1937 Mercury theatre production of "Julius Caeser" I was really impressed with Christian Mckay as Orson-don't be put off by Zack Efron or Claire Dane being in the film it's an ensemble film and Claire is actually pretty good! so trust me if you have some free time this week, get up to the parkway and see this film-but… Continue
Added by Mark Konrad on February 1, 2010 at 12:19pm —