Category Archives: In The News

Medicaid Expansion Fuels Gridlock

The Daytona Beach News-Journal May 3, 2015 Ray Pilon knew he’d said something that could land the state representative in hot water with the leadership of the Florida House. The fight over extending health coverage to more low-income Floridians was

Medicaid Expansion Fuels Gridlock

The Daytona Beach News-Journal May 3, 2015 Ray Pilon knew he’d said something that could land the state representative in hot water with the leadership of the Florida House. The fight over extending health coverage to more low-income Floridians was

Behind the Notes

SRQ Magazine May 1, 2015 Fantasies and daydreams color the way we think, but what possibilities can arise when music illuminates the imagination? Composer Mark Dancigers and his chamber music group NOW Ensemble attempts to explore the moments where the

Behind the Notes

SRQ Magazine May 1, 2015 Fantasies and daydreams color the way we think, but what possibilities can arise when music illuminates the imagination? Composer Mark Dancigers and his chamber music group NOW Ensemble attempts to explore the moments where the

The ‘Threads’ that Bind

Ticket Sarasota May 1, 2015 For years she moved them from place to place, wherever her career took her, neatly folded, tucked in a closet, appreciated but rarely acknowledged. To New York City, where she spent 13 years as a

The ‘Threads’ that Bind

Ticket Sarasota May 1, 2015 For years she moved them from place to place, wherever her career took her, neatly folded, tucked in a closet, appreciated but rarely acknowledged. To New York City, where she spent 13 years as a

Concert Review: Another Musical Challenge from New College Lands in Sarasota

Ticket Sarasota April 26, 2015 During the 15 years since it began, New Music New College has stuck assiduously to its mission: To bring the best and most challenging contemporary music to local audiences. Under the direction of its founder-director,

Concert Review: Another Musical Challenge from New College Lands in Sarasota

Ticket Sarasota April 26, 2015 During the 15 years since it began, New Music New College has stuck assiduously to its mission: To bring the best and most challenging contemporary music to local audiences. Under the direction of its founder-director,

Village of the Arts Creates Sense of Place in Bradenton

83 Degrees April 28, 2015 A typical neighborhood association might frown upon its residents painting their properties in bold hues of sunshine yellow, lime green, royal purple or fire engine red. So even at first glance, one thing is immediately

Village of the Arts Creates Sense of Place in Bradenton

83 Degrees April 28, 2015 A typical neighborhood association might frown upon its residents painting their properties in bold hues of sunshine yellow, lime green, royal purple or fire engine red. So even at first glance, one thing is immediately

Manatee County Sees Record Home Sales in March

Bay News 9 April 26, 2015 In Manatee County, homes are for sale and people are buying. The county just saw one of its best sales months in years. In March, the county set a record for the highest median

Manatee County Sees Record Home Sales in March

Bay News 9 April 26, 2015 In Manatee County, homes are for sale and people are buying. The county just saw one of its best sales months in years. In March, the county set a record for the highest median

Marco Rubio Says He Is Ready to Be President, but Will the GOP Follow?

Florida Politics April 13, 2015 There’s no doubt that one has to have giant stones to think they’re smart enough and charismatic enough to run the free world.  Marco Rubio falls into that category. “I have heard some suggest that

Marco Rubio Says He Is Ready to Be President, but Will the GOP Follow?

Florida Politics April 13, 2015 There’s no doubt that one has to have giant stones to think they’re smart enough and charismatic enough to run the free world.  Marco Rubio falls into that category. “I have heard some suggest that