Monthly Archives: December 2011

Twelve People to Watch in 2012

Sarasota Herald-Tribune December 30, 2011 4. KEITH FITZGERALD, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS Sarasota Democrat Keith Fitzgerald is likely to give U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan his toughest re-election campaign yet in 2012. Fitzgerald, a former state legislator and New College political

Twelve People to Watch in 2012

Sarasota Herald-Tribune December 30, 2011 4. KEITH FITZGERALD, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS Sarasota Democrat Keith Fitzgerald is likely to give U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan his toughest re-election campaign yet in 2012. Fitzgerald, a former state legislator and New College political

Bulletin Board: Dec. 30

Bradenton Herald December 30, 2011 New College of Florida Community Discussion series: “New Topics New College,” a community discussion series addressing relevant topics of our time will be held at Mildred Sainer Music and Arts Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road,

Bulletin Board: Dec. 30

Bradenton Herald December 30, 2011 New College of Florida Community Discussion series: “New Topics New College,” a community discussion series addressing relevant topics of our time will be held at Mildred Sainer Music and Arts Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road,

Riddell Financial Presents “Financial Planning in Turbulent Times and Any Time,” a Free Financial Seminar for Women in Sarasota, Florida

Open PR December 28, 2011 Riddell Financial is accepting reservations for a free financial seminar for women titled “Financial Planning in Turbulent Times and Any Time.” The seminar focuses on conservative investment strategies. [Julie Ridell  is board chair of the

Riddell Financial Presents “Financial Planning in Turbulent Times and Any Time,” a Free Financial Seminar for Women in Sarasota, Florida

Open PR December 28, 2011 Riddell Financial is accepting reservations for a free financial seminar for women titled “Financial Planning in Turbulent Times and Any Time.” The seminar focuses on conservative investment strategies. [Julie Ridell  is board chair of the

Bulletin Board: Dec. 23

Bradenton Herald December 23, 2011 New College of Florida Community Discussion series: “New Topics New College,” a community discussion series addressing relevant topics of our time will be held at Mildred Sainer Music and Arts Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road,

Bulletin Board: Dec. 23

Bradenton Herald December 23, 2011 New College of Florida Community Discussion series: “New Topics New College,” a community discussion series addressing relevant topics of our time will be held at Mildred Sainer Music and Arts Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road,

It’s light, not cold and dark, that makes Alaska so special

Homer News December 21, 2011 Growing up in Florida, I learned about winter the way a child of the Midwest learns about oceans — as a remote thing with no reality in my immediate world. Our school books, written and

It’s light, not cold and dark, that makes Alaska so special

Homer News December 21, 2011 Growing up in Florida, I learned about winter the way a child of the Midwest learns about oceans — as a remote thing with no reality in my immediate world. Our school books, written and

New College Students to Design North-End Plan

Longboat Key Observer December 21, 2011 Longboat Key’s last major planning effort came in the days when Arvida was building the island. But that’s about to change thanks to a new joint effort between the Longboat Key, Lido Key, St.

New College Students to Design North-End Plan

Longboat Key Observer December 21, 2011 Longboat Key’s last major planning effort came in the days when Arvida was building the island. But that’s about to change thanks to a new joint effort between the Longboat Key, Lido Key, St.

Town of Gowns

SRQ Magazine December Issue The community where you attend college likely always holds a nostalgic grip on your soul. Leaders in Manatee and Sarasota counties hope to gain such a portion of students’ hearts that they never want to leave

Town of Gowns

SRQ Magazine December Issue The community where you attend college likely always holds a nostalgic grip on your soul. Leaders in Manatee and Sarasota counties hope to gain such a portion of students’ hearts that they never want to leave