Category Archives: In The News

Jono Miller: Saving Myakka Ranchlands is the Essence of Amendment 1

Herald Tribune March 23, 2015 Only about half the Sarasotans who could have registered and voted on Amendment 1, the Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative, last November actually did so. We’ll never know why around 175,000 Sarasotans 18 and

Jono Miller: Saving Myakka Ranchlands is the Essence of Amendment 1

Herald Tribune March 23, 2015 Only about half the Sarasotans who could have registered and voted on Amendment 1, the Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative, last November actually did so. We’ll never know why around 175,000 Sarasotans 18 and

Foundation Finds Hope in Education

Herald-Tribune March 8, 2015 It all grew out of a personal tragedy: In 2009, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish lost his three teenage daughters and a niece when a missile was fired into their apartment during the Gaza War. He wrote a

Foundation Finds Hope in Education

Herald-Tribune March 8, 2015 It all grew out of a personal tragedy: In 2009, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish lost his three teenage daughters and a niece when a missile was fired into their apartment during the Gaza War. He wrote a

Innovator: Pat McDonald

Biz(941) February 3, 2015 This fall will mark New College of Florida’s first master’s degree program in the hot new field of data science, which collects and analyzes the explosion of information on just about anything that can be measured. In

Innovator: Pat McDonald

Biz(941) February 3, 2015 This fall will mark New College of Florida’s first master’s degree program in the hot new field of data science, which collects and analyzes the explosion of information on just about anything that can be measured. In

Speakers in Bradenton Campaign for Political Finance Reform

Bradenton-Herald March 10, 2015 In 2010, the amount of political advertisements during election season grew from a major annoyance to a nearly unbearable presence every time people turned on the TV and the computer. The Supreme Court decision in Citizens

Speakers in Bradenton Campaign for Political Finance Reform

Bradenton-Herald March 10, 2015 In 2010, the amount of political advertisements during election season grew from a major annoyance to a nearly unbearable presence every time people turned on the TV and the computer. The Supreme Court decision in Citizens

Riley’s ‘In C’ Offers New Music Challenges

Ticket Sarasota March 6, 2015 Terry Riley’s “In C,” a 1964 composition that uses a couple of underlying rules as guidance for any number of performers playing repeated short sections of music, but not in unison, makes its Sarasota debut

Riley’s ‘In C’ Offers New Music Challenges

Ticket Sarasota March 6, 2015 Terry Riley’s “In C,” a 1964 composition that uses a couple of underlying rules as guidance for any number of performers playing repeated short sections of music, but not in unison, makes its Sarasota debut

Out and About: Daughters for Life Luncheon

Herald-Tribune March 2, 2015 It all grew out of a personal tragedy: In 2009, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish lost his three teenage daughters and a niece when a missile was fired into their apartment during the Gaza War. He wrote a

Out and About: Daughters for Life Luncheon

Herald-Tribune March 2, 2015 It all grew out of a personal tragedy: In 2009, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish lost his three teenage daughters and a niece when a missile was fired into their apartment during the Gaza War. He wrote a

Younger Workers Get Schooled on Job Market

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Four hundred students floated through Sarasota’s second-annual “State of Jobs” conference on Thursday, a sign that regional labor gains may be spreading throughout the workforce. As was the case last year, the conference organized by the

Younger Workers Get Schooled on Job Market

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Four hundred students floated through Sarasota’s second-annual “State of Jobs” conference on Thursday, a sign that regional labor gains may be spreading throughout the workforce. As was the case last year, the conference organized by the