Category Archives: In The News

Ringling Museum Speaks Language of Exhibition

YourObserver.com November 12, 2014 Through its exhibits, galleries and objects curated from old masters and contemporary artists alike, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art acts like a time machine. It informs patrons of the way things were, while

Ringling Museum Speaks Language of Exhibition

YourObserver.com November 12, 2014 Through its exhibits, galleries and objects curated from old masters and contemporary artists alike, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art acts like a time machine. It informs patrons of the way things were, while

Florida’s College Grads have Lower Student Loans

McClatchy-Tribune November 19, 2014 Graduates of Florida colleges are less likely to be saddled with student loans when they graduate, a new study shows. Slightly more than half of Florida’s students leave school with loans compared with seven of 10

Florida’s College Grads have Lower Student Loans

McClatchy-Tribune November 19, 2014 Graduates of Florida colleges are less likely to be saddled with student loans when they graduate, a new study shows. Slightly more than half of Florida’s students leave school with loans compared with seven of 10

Composer David Krane Shares Stories of a Varied Musical Career

Herald-Tribune November 20, 2014 You have probably heard David Krane’s work, even if you’ve actually never heard his name. A protege of Leonard Bernstein, Krane has worked on nearly 30 Broadway musicals and numerous films, including “Chicago,” “Annie” and the

Composer David Krane Shares Stories of a Varied Musical Career

Herald-Tribune November 20, 2014 You have probably heard David Krane’s work, even if you’ve actually never heard his name. A protege of Leonard Bernstein, Krane has worked on nearly 30 Broadway musicals and numerous films, including “Chicago,” “Annie” and the

New College Gets Approval to Add First Master’s Degree

Bradenton Herald November 7, 2014 SARASOTA — With a stamp of approval from the State University System of Florida Board of Governors, New College of Florida will move forward with its first master’s program in data science. The program, one

New College Gets Approval to Add First Master’s Degree

Bradenton Herald November 7, 2014 SARASOTA — With a stamp of approval from the State University System of Florida Board of Governors, New College of Florida will move forward with its first master’s program in data science. The program, one

Local Host Cuban Artists for Cultural Exchange

YourObserver.com November 5, 2014 The table was set for an early Thanksgiving dinner. As the guests arrived last Wednesday to the Longboat Key home of Amy and Michael Drake, the aroma of a feast greeted them. Mojitos were offered to

Local Host Cuban Artists for Cultural Exchange

YourObserver.com November 5, 2014 The table was set for an early Thanksgiving dinner. As the guests arrived last Wednesday to the Longboat Key home of Amy and Michael Drake, the aroma of a feast greeted them. Mojitos were offered to

Bringing Cuban Art to Florida

Herald-Tribune October 26, 2014 The eastern end of Cuba is far removed from the hustle and bustle of Havana, the country’s capital. Highways did not reach the 500-year-old seaport of Baracoa until the mid-’60s and even today there is more

Bringing Cuban Art to Florida

Herald-Tribune October 26, 2014 The eastern end of Cuba is far removed from the hustle and bustle of Havana, the country’s capital. Highways did not reach the 500-year-old seaport of Baracoa until the mid-’60s and even today there is more

Reshaping the Bayfront

Herald-Tribune November 3, 2014 The solid attendance at — and enthusiastic participation in — two recent public meetings underscored the value of a community-based effort to create shared principles for shaping the future of Sarasota’s bayfront. Since March, Bayfront 20:20

Reshaping the Bayfront

Herald-Tribune November 3, 2014 The solid attendance at — and enthusiastic participation in — two recent public meetings underscored the value of a community-based effort to create shared principles for shaping the future of Sarasota’s bayfront. Since March, Bayfront 20:20