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Articles from Sarasota Magazine (March 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
$3.2 Billion in 50 years: USF makes huge impact on Tampa Bay regional economy. Black, Ann 614
A message from the general manager. Urofsky, JoAnn 169
A town is born. 116
Action! 90
April program celebrates: 50th anniversary of USF. 254
Art Uptown on Main. Ormond, Mark 89
Arts Night. Baxter, Rebecca 97
Barbara Ackerman of Coldwell Banker Previews international: the name to know in real estate. 323
Before & after: a Tampa couple turns a dated Sarasota bayfront condo into their weekend pied-a-terre. Collins, Mary Alice 927
Bright lights: a Byzantine-style Verdura necklace sparkles with jewels--and history. Fottler, Marsha 376
Chef central: Ivo Scafa's shrimp della casa. 233
Circus Sarasota gala. Baxter, Rebecca 140
Closing the generation gap: Liz Larkin leads effort to research benefits of young and old together. Black, Ann 658
Completing the circle: how one USF alum stays connected to help others succeed. Kemp, Deena 807
Cow girl: Marlene Strickland earns Florida's top agricultural honor. Denton, Ilene 205
Cruisin' the hood: to see what makes a neighborhood great, just drive through Lido Shores. Storm, Richard 914
Desperately seeking housing; Downtown's new prosperity brings with it a problem: where do the workers sleep? Zimmerman, Stan 1016
Dog's night out. Baxter, Rebecca 119
Dressing rooms; This month: Robb & Stucky design consultant Susan Dabney. Wallace, Hannah 170
Eggs-actly right: even spilt egg yolk couldn't dim the delight of sharing a sofa with design icon Barbara Barry. Plunket, Robert 1223
Fashion statement. Larsen, Patty 286
Fat city: dining off the beaten track with Bob Ardren. Arden, Bob 879
Feeding the need. 114
Fresh & cool: a Longboat Key couple hosts a California-inspired cocktail party. Denton, Ilene 649
Fresh favorites: organic glam at the Ritz-Carlton and luxury-liner dining at Michael's. Fottler, Marsha 1958
Get this! Bringing the new California style home. Varma, Anu 148
Homefront: tips, trends and happenings from our advertisers. Wallace, Hannah 1614
Hometown campus. National prestige. A message from Dr. Laurey T. Stryker, Campus CEO. Stryker, Laurey T. 583
I'll be back! A Sarasota writer takes on the Terminator--and lives to tell about it. Hagberg, David 2378
In the garden: landscape architect Richard Anderson creates a Florida-friendly English in the Oaks. O'Neill, Francoise 854
In the swing: tips and tidbits for Sarasota golfers. Andrisani, John 1053
Infamous is the word. Sohl, Marcia Letter to the Editor 85
Influencing health care policies. 87
Institute of Bariatric Medicine[TM] and Marchelle's Paris[TM] Medical Spa: stop dieting, lose weight safely with medical supervision and keep it off for life. 307
Interesting and insightful. Lando, Ruth Letter to the Editor 96
Lapse of judgment. Westerdale, Jim Letter to the Editor 116
Lights! Camera! Make-believe! On the eve of the Sarasota Film Festival, a look back at one of Sarasota's first movie theaters. Honsa, Thomas P. 1065
Made in Sarasota: Anita Wexler charms with her colorful angel chairs. Varma, Anu 590
March events: Kay Kipling's guide to cultural and special events. 4517
Mark your calendar: Sarasota[R] Magazine invites you to join us at these sponsored events. Calendar 455
Mark your calendars ... Calendar 135
Metamorphosis and ETC. Ormond, Mark 99
Michael Saunders & Company. 1595
More parties. Baxter, Rebecca 209
Mr. Chatterbox; This month: Mr. C. solves our public art problems. 1260
Natural wonder: artist's creation will put nature at doorstep of new campus. Williams, Leah 514
Neutral gear: subdued shades and natural materials for spring. Preston, Kim 123
Off our shores? Changing political tides may bring oil rigs--and waves of toxic chemicals--closer to our coast. Pittman, Craig 4256
One great room: sweet California dreams for the bedroom. Fottler, Marsha 437
Our brothers Michael: like my family, the McGillicuddys lost a child to cancer; now they're creating a legacy of hope. Daniel, Pam 1075
Outside the box: Indonesian furniture arrives in downtown Sarasota. Braverman, Glenn 135
Perfect produce: it doesn't get any fresher than at these top spots. Byron, Su 818
Poster contest celebrates diversity with creativity: local schools help art students convey their personal interpretations. Williams, Leah 372
Real estate go$$ip: everything you want to know about Sarasota luxury property sales. Collins, Mary Alice 1590
Ringling Museum of Art. Ormond, Mark 183
Sarasota dining. 5695
Searching for a cure: a prominent Sarasota family teams with Moffitt Cancer Center to beat melanoma. Wilds, Travis 1752
Sharp shooter: photographer Luca Guarneri takes aim at social issues. Reber, Nichole L. 289
Striking leadership: CEO Laurey Stryker builds campus, new reputation in five years. Voss, David R. 885
The economics of the housing market. Anderson, Lawrence 184
The maestro: every good arts organization is run by a dictator, but few are as passionate--and engaging--as Sarasota Opera's Victor DeRenzi. Plunket, Robert Cover Story 2873
Top shelf: premium items from our advertisers. Advertisement 470
Up & coming: parties here and there. Calendar 736
USF classes at MCC Venice. 96
Vase to vase: full or empty, these versatile sculptures enliven every space. Fottler, Marsha 269
Walking on water: Charlotte Harbor's historic stilt homes offer a grand perspective on nature. Ward, Carlton, Jr. 347
Welcome! This is not your ordinary hospitality school. Hice, Sandra 697
West coast meets west coast: the newest California style is breezily elegant in an indoors-meets-outdoors way. Sound familiar? Fottler, Marsha 1047
What makes a city great? Charleston mayor Joe Riley on what Sarasota can learn from the dynamic revival of his city. Denton, Ilene 1707
Whole Foods. Ormond, Mark 98
Workforce development: investing in intellectual capital. 365
WUSF 89.7 now podcasting on iPods, MP3 players! 175
WUSF DTV audience tunes in Create to new channel. 193
WUSF launches second channel of radio programming. 249
WUSF partners with StoryCorps to create oral history of America: the StoryCorps mobile recording studio was at St. Armands Circle in January to collect stories from local residents for a unique oral history to be housed in the Library of Congress. 379
WUSF welcomes: new underwriter. 205
WUSF-TV's Power Yoga goes nationwide. 247

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