This issue is all about change. From the change embracing exclusivity to introducing real estate in a new fresh way. Markets are changing, people are changing, and, the Sarasota city skyline is about to see a dramatic change, The Jewel by developer Tom Mannausa.
Art. Any brief definition would oversimplify the subject, but the definitions offered over time include some notion of human agency; the capacity for human beings to make choices. This month we explore art. Cover feature: Jay Anderson Edgewater Contractors.
The holiday season is upon us. Shopping, festivities and joy fill the air. What would the world be like if we carried these feelings throughout the year? Well let us enjoy what we do have. With the holidays in mind we take a look at toys. Not your ordinary toys. Cover feature: Patti Tripathi TriPath Media.
This issue we explore fall fashion – Neiman Marcus’ fashion director Ken Downing covers fall fashion trends, we explore how furniture follows fashion and get a taste of the new Porsche Cayenne diesel and GTS models. Cover feature Steve Marino of Home-Tech.
This issue we explore handcrafted items – Patek Phillippe timepieces at McCarver & Moser, intricate woodworking by Dale Rieke and bespoke fashion items with Italy’s Luca Mamiani of Personal Identity. Cover feature David Rooks of Rooks Advertising.
This issue we head to the water visiting the K23 Yacht Charters’ brand new 92ft yacht, the Algorythm, stopping by the Sarasota Yacht Club and turn boating at the Super Boat Grand Prix. Don’t forget our cover model Ines Lunardi
This issue we depart from the living and treat you to Jack Dowd’s 27, a portrait, designed by Elisabeth Kellam Kerr, a soon to be third year Ringling College of Art + Design student. We also introduce ClearJet who is set to revolutionize the way private jet travel is transacted.
The first, known, written record of taxes dates back to ancient Egypt. To support the Civil War, Congress enacted the nation’s first income tax law in 1862. The 16th Amendment to the Constitution made the income tax a permanent fixture in the U.S. law in 1913.
What Is In Store For March? March is packed with events. Let’s explore some of them; International (Working) Women’s Day, Ides of March, Freedom of Information Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, International Earth Day and I am in Control Day.
What Is In Store For February? For such a short month February is packed with events. Let’s explore some of them; Groundhog Day, The Day the Music Died Day, Valentine’s Day, Random Acts of Kindness Day, President’s Day and Leap Day.