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"It is a very incredible performance art unlike any of the other ones because people do not really realize all that goes into it and you cannot tell them because that is the secret. "

- Howard Stevens, Magician.

[Arts & Entertainment]  A Magical Night
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

“I’ve been doing this for 40 years and I’m always learning,” says Howard Stevens. Stevens, a native of Philadelphia and resident of Sarasota, is a man in possession of two identities: by day, he is Dr. Stevens, practicing physician, but by night he is Howard Stevens, the magician. Stevens has played these dual roles for the entirety of his professional career–both in the medical and theatrical fields–working as an apprentice in magic shops throughout his time in college and medical school, eventually taking his act to the next level as he became a full-time physician by day and professional magician by night.

Now on the Gulf Coast, Stevens is bringing his magic to Sarasota with his latest show, Classic Conjuring, an intimate performance of parlor magic and illusions held at the CMX Cinebistro Siesta Key on April 29th. “We did sort of a premier showing with two shows about two weeks ago and those sold out which was great. I did this show a few years ago, but then COVID hit and things got delayed, so I’ve switched it up to make it a brand new show,” says Stevens. “I’m looking forward to bringing it to the public–there are no public magic shows in Sarasota and haven’t been for a long time.”

Even though Stevens is a veteran, he insists that he’s always developing new techniques and illusions. “There’s always something new out, with new magicians coming up or younger acts bringing in new material. It’s an amazing art form because it entails many different types of things: you’re writing your own script, you're basically your own director and producer and you’re performing on stage,” he says. “It’s a very incredible performance art unlike any of the other ones because people don’t really realize all that goes into it–and you can’t tell them because that’s the secret. Every other art form people realize how much training it takes to be a great dancer, actor, or painter, but when you’re doing magic, you have to be clandestine with what you do and that becomes very special.”

Classic Conjuring, 8p.m. on April 29th, 2023, Cinebistro Siesta Key, 3501 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. 

Photo courtesy of Barrie Cohen Public Relations.

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[Permanent Jewelry]  Motel Therapy is the Go-To Boutique for Permanent Jewelry in Sarasota
Kendall Stone, kendall@moteltherapy.comom

A new trend has burst onto the scene in Sarasota. It’s called permanent jewelry and people of all ages have been lining up at Motel Therapy Boutique every Saturday to get “zapped”. Permanent jewelry is a new and fun experience and here’s how it works: When you walk into the store, you’ll see a sampling of silver and gold chains in different styles. Options include solid gold, gold-filled and sterling silver. Next to the chains sits a velvet tray with an array of charms like birth stones, angel numbers, initials and more. You can choose a bracelet, necklace, anklet, ring or a combination. The jeweler will walk you through the details to help you create your new forever piece. You can keep it simple and classic with just a chain or add charms and connectors for an elevated look. It’s also common to create a “stack” where you choose multiple chains for a layered look. Once you’ve made your selections, the chain is custom fit and welded on making it “permanent” and clasp-less. The welding process is super quick and painless. It’s commonly called getting “zapped” due to the quick zap of the welder. The permanent jewelry at Motel Therapy is professionally welded by LINK X LUXE, a new local company owned and operated by Sarah Seay. I asked Sarah why she thinks permanent jewelry has become so popular. “Permanent jewelry is perfect for so many occasions and the process makes it feel memorable and special. It’s perfect for mothers and daughters who want matching pieces, best friends on vacation, bridal parties and more. We’ve even zapped husbands and boyfriends! Women love wearing the jewelry. They can get up and go and feel put together without fussing over jewelry.” LINK X LUXE also does private functions such as bachelorette parties, Galentine’s events, grand openings and more. You can also find them popping up at Farmer’s Markets in Lakewood Ranch. Head over to Motel Therapy any Saturday–no appointment needed!

Motel Therapy, 532 S. Pineapple Ave Sarasota, 941-960-2277, @moteltherapy. 

Pictured: Photo Caption: Best Friends with matching bracelets. Photo from @LINKXLUXE Instagram

[Arts & Entertainment]  Music on Main Rocks Lakewood Ranch

Join us on Lakewood Ranch Main Street from 6 – 9 pm for Music on Main, a free concert series and block party for the public! The street is lined with food vendors, beer trucks, and sponsor booths, as well as rides and activities for the kids. Proceeds from the event will benefit a local non-profit organization each event. April: Kettle of Fish will fill the air with rock, blues, reggae and New Orleans soul music and the event will benefit Ability to Include. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Sarasota Art Museum and Hermitage Artist Retreat Announce Plans for New Collaborative Exhibitions That Will Spotlight the Work of Hermitage Alumni Artists in Sarasota

Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College of Art and Design and the Hermitage Artist Retreat are pleased to announce an expansion of their existing collaboration that will culminate with two full-scale art exhibitions at Sarasota Art Museum in the spring of 2024. While the Hermitage and the Museum have partnered on previous community programs featuring award-winning Hermitage artists across multiple disciplines, these will be the first major exhibitions of Hermitage alumni artists at Sarasota Art Museum. Dan Cameron has been selected to curate an exhibition of multiple Hermitage artists spanning the past two decades. Cameron is a longtime member of the Hermitage’s National Curatorial Council, and he will work in collaboration with Sarasota Art Museum’s Senior Curator Rangsook Yoon to shape an exhibition of works focused on the impact of 10 Hermitage artists, tracing the trajectory of their artistic journeys — from their residencies at the Hermitage to the return of their work to Sarasota. Sarasota Art Museum will simultaneously present a solo exhibition featuring new work and a site-specific installation by Hermitage Fellow Anne Patterson. Patterson is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn. Her body of work consists of paintings, sculptures, and large-scale multimedia installations that combine sculpture, architecture, lighting, video, music, and scent. 

Pictured: Hermitage Fellow and visual artist Anne Patterson speaks with Andy Sandberg at Sarasota Art Museum. Photo courtesy of Hermitage Artist Retreat .

[Holiday Weekend]  Beaches Ready to Welcome Easter Weekend Crowds

Expect heavier-than-normal beach traffic and crowds over the upcoming Easter weekend. With tens of thousands of residents and visitors taking full advantage of Manatee County’s world-famous white sands and refreshing Gulf waters, additional law enforcement and first responders will be stationed on Anna Maria Island to keep their time at the beach safe. Additional public port-a-lets will be strategically placed near the public beaches and will be serviced daily over the weekend. In addition, trash will be removed from public beach areas more frequently. As a reminder, alcohol consumption is prohibited on public beaches. While the Palma Sola Causeway Park is pet friendly, pets are prohibited on the other public beaches. Beachgoers should expect heavy traffic on island roads and on the Manatee Avenue and Cortez Avenue bridges. Motorists may experience significant delays when traveling to the Island and should note that public parking areas will likely reach full capacity. Barricades will be placed along Gulf Drive in several locations to assist with traffic control and to help prevent illegal parking. Drivers cannot save parking spaces for other vehicles, double park or park in undesignated lots or spaces. Harris pointed out that MCAT is maintaining its hourly schedule of buses to the beach along Route 3 (Manatee Avenue) and Route 6 (Cortez Road). Riders are encouraged to board at the Desoto Station and ride to the beach along Route 6 or park and ride from the Beach Way Plaza at Manatee Avenue and 75th Street on the Number 3 bus. The Anna Maria Trolley will run every 20 minutes, carrying passengers from Coquina Beach to the Anna Maria Pier. County Government offices will operate with normal business hours. Manatee County-owned golf courses will be open. The G.T. Bray Recreation Center will operate with normal hours Friday and Saturday and will be open from 7:00 a.m. to Noon on Easter Sunday. The G. T. Bray pool will operate on normal hours Friday; Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to Noon. Blackstone Skate Park and G.T. Bray Skate Park will be open. Manatee County’s publicly owned natural preserves will also remain open through the holiday weekend. For more information on Manatee County Government, visit mymanatee.org or call (941) 748-4501. 

[Fostering]  Dog Fosters Urgently Needed as Shelter Reaches Critical Level

With 97 adoptable dogs available at the Palmetto Adoption Center, Manatee County Animal Welfare (MCAW) is reaching a critical population level for dogs. Since the new year, the shelter has accepted an average of 300 pets per month. To help encourage more pet adoptions, MCAW is waiving all adoption fees through Sunday, April 30. During this challenging time, MCAW is asking citizens to help by fostering dogs. They are also seeking help from local shelters and rescues to transfer adoptable dogs into their care. Dog fosters are urgently needed. A highly-populated shelter creates a stressful environment for the dogs at the Palmetto Adoption Center. Fostering benefits pets in a variety of ways: to decompress and relax, to socialize with people and other pets and to learn how to live in a home. Time away from the shelter allows a pet's true personality to shine, giving the staff better information to help find them a forever home. Most importantly, fostering also opens up kennels in the shelter, allowing MCAW to help more incoming homeless pets. MCAW provides fosters all the supplies and needed training. To sign-up to become a dog foster, go to mymanatee.org/fosteradog. For questions or to learn more about the program, please email lauren.tryon@mymanatee.org or call 941-742-5933, ext. 8314. Pet adoptions include spay/neuter, microchip and rabies certificate (a value of over $300). Manatee County residents are required to license their new pet for an additional $20. The Palmetto Adoption Center and Shelter is located at 305 25th Street West in Palmetto. MCAW can be reached at 941-742-5933.  

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[Fundraising]  The Association of Fundraising Professionals Southwest Florida Chapter Presents Making Your Development Plan Your Fundraising Superpower

The Southwest Florida Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP-SWFL) invites you to its April presentation, Making Your Development You’re your Fundraising Superpower presented by Saras Leonard, MBA, CFRE, Sarasota Leonard Group on Tuesday, April 11, Michael’s On East. Doors open at 11:30 am, program runs from 12:00-1:00pm. A development plan should be more than a list of ways you plan to raise money that sits on a shelf. A workable development plan will lead to higher productivity; increased participation from staff, board members and volunteers; and greater peace of mind for you as a fundraising professional. In other words, it should be your fundraising superpower – helping you raise more money with more help. A 30-year fundraising veteran, Sara founded the Sara Leonard Group to provide consulting, coaching and training to fundraisers, CEO’s and nonprofit board members. She leads The Patterson Foundation’s Fueling Dynamic Fundraising initiative. She created the Fund Development Academy at the Nonprofit Leadership Center. She is a solutions-oriented advancement professional with experience fundraising for healthcare, educational and cultural organizations. She a Past President of the Tampa Bay Chapter of AFP. Grab your best cape and join us for this interactive session and see your development plan in a whole new way. If you don’t have a development plan, join us and learn how to build one. If you already have a development plan, join us to learn how to strengthen it so it works for you. This presentation is open to all AFP Members, nonprofits CEOs and staff. RSVP today for AFP Southwest Florida Chapter’s April presentation at www.eventbrite.com/e/making-your-development-plan-your-fundraising-superpower-tickets-590411385347. To join or learn more about AFP Southwest Florida Chapter, go to https://community.afpnet.org/afpflsouthwestchapter. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: FST - A Place in the Sun - A Tribute to Stevie Wonder , November 16 – April 16, Varied

A Place in the Sun – A Tribute to Stevie Wonder, will begin playing in FST’s Goldstein Cabaret on November 16, 2022. The new music revue celebrates the legendary musician whose catalogue spans six decades and multiple musical genres, taking audiences through the beloved songbook of musical pioneer, Stevie Wonder. Created by Jason Cannon, Richard Hopkins, and Sarah Durham, this all-new Cabaret features such timeless hits as “I Just Called to Say I Love You,” “Isn’t She Lovely?,” and “Superstition.” Tickets are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Walking Tours at The Ringling's Arboretum Available Now Through May 2023 , November 26 – May 29, 12:00 PM

This walking tour led by volunteer guides will introduce you to interesting botanical specimens on the estate while providing a historic overview of the development of the estate. The Ringling Arboretum has been accredited at Level II through ArbNet and there are over 2350 trees within the arboretum representing native, exotic, historical, and culturally significant trees. Garden Tours are available Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays and take place entirely outdoors. It is 90 minutes in length and covers approximately 1 mile. We encourage visitors to bring bottled water, and wear appropriate footwear, preferably closed-toe, sunblock, and hats. There will be a maximum of 10 participants per tour. Tours are subject to weather conditions. Please check it at the Visitors Pavilion prior to your tour. Tickets will be available 30 days prior to each tour.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: She Engineers at the Bishop , January 24 – July 30, During museum hours

SHE ENGINEERS is a bilingual (English and Spanish) poster exhibition highlighting eight women in various engineering fields. In their own words, the women share their passion and what inspired them to become engineers. If we support a woman in STEM, then she can change the world.

[SOON]  THEATER: Asolo Repertory Theatre: Man of La Mancha , May 10 – June 11, Varied

Considered by many to be one of the best musicals of all time, MAN OF LA MANCHA is brilliantly reimagined with a contemporary urgency by celebrated director Peter Rothstein, who immerses us in Miguel de Cervantes’s retelling of Don Quixote and his quest. This epic and poignant journey celebrates the perseverance of one man who refuses to relinquish his ideals and who is determined to see life not as it is, but as it ought to be. The winner of five Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, and featuring a soaring score, including “Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)” and one of theatre’s most beloved songs, “The Impossible Dream,” this classic musical celebrates the power of theatre, the bravery of holding strong to our dreams, and the resilience of imagination.

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  MUSIC: Monday Night Jazz Cabaret , April 10, 6:30 p.m. doors open for dinner and drinks, 7:30 p.m. show begins.

The Jazz Club of Sarasota presents an evening of jazz, dinner and drinks. The Danny Sinoff Trio will perform. John C. Court Cabaret at Florida Studio Theatre, 1265 1st St., Sarasota, jazzclubsarasota.org.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Oscura Emo Night , April 7, 8 p.m. to close

Oscura presents Emo Night, featuring DJ sets, moody drinks and nostalgic music. No Cover charge, ages 21 and up only. Oscura, 816 Manatee Ave E., Bradenton, oscura.live.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Paralyzed at Florida Studio Theatre , March 29 – April 21, Various times

Leigh and Lee are two strangers who have little in common besides their names. She is a Type A statistician, and he is an aggressive former athlete. But the discovery of a mysterious suicide note in a hotel bathroom sets their lives on unexpected paths that go anywhere but according to plan. Paralyzed tells a striking story of guilt, personal responsibility, and the power of forgiveness. Single tickets range from $18-39 and are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or 941.366.9000. FST's Bowne's Lab Theatre, 1265 1st St., Sarasota.

[SOON]  THEATER: Urbanite Theatre: Backwards Forwards Back , March 24 – April 23, Varied

BACKWARDS FORWARDS BACK by Jacqueline Goldfinger. A World Premiere. March 24 - April 23, 2023. Urbanite Theatre. When a soldier returns from war carrying the ghosts of his tour, he’s faced with a sobering decision: address his alarming PTSD with Virtual Reality therapy, or risk losing access to his family forever. Can this new technology recalibrate the brains and bodies of wounded soldiers? This electric, vivid, one-man drama studies the power of healing and finding strength in vulnerability. For tickets and info contact phone (941) 321-1397, email info@urbanitetheatre.com, website www.urbanitetheatre.com

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  MUSIC: Reel Music at the Florida Studio Theatre , February 15 – June 25, Various times

Florida Studio Theatre presents the original music revue, Reel Music, celebrating the movies that helped create the soundtrack to the last century. Featuring classics like “Singin’ in the Rain,” “Circle of Life,” and “My Heart Will Go On,” this new Cabaret traces how films—and the music highlighted in them—have evolved over the past one hundred years. Created by Richard Hopkins, Rebecca Hopkins, and Sarah Durham with musical arrangements by Jim Prosser, Reel Music begins playing February 15, 2023, in FST’s Court Cabaret. Single tickets for Reel Music
range between $18-39 and are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Jazz Thursday at Sarasota Art Museum , February 9 – June 8, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Join Sarasota Art Museum for Jazz Thursdays featuring live jazz music, contemporary art, and sips and bites from Bistro. Hosted by the Jazz Club of Sarasota. Jazz Thursday happens on the second Thursday of each month, 5:30-8 p.m. Galleries, Bistro, and SHOP open. FREE for Members, $20 for Not-Yet Members.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Sarasota Cars and Coffee at University Town Center , March 11 – December 9, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

This monthly gathering of car enthusiasts brings together automobile lovers from every walk of life, not to mention a wide array of spectacular cars. Bring your own vehicle (all makes and models are welcome) to show off, or check out the hundreds of cars on display. Each month, the event sponsors a different charity, and attendees are encouraged to donate $10 to benefit the charity. The event, occuring on the second Sunday of each month, will feature live music, complimentary coffee and more. To learn more, visit facebook.com/carsandcoffee941. Sarasota Cars and Coffee, The West District at University Town Center near Ford’s Garage, 295 N. Cattlemen Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  THEATER: Asolo Rep: Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help , March 15 – April 22, Varied

Take a trip back to 1973 with the Irish Catholic OShea family in the uproarious INCIDENT AT OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP. This boisterous and moving new memory play introduces us to young Linda, as she recalls a week she’ll never forget. When Linda’s mother instructs her to tell her sister about the birds and the bees, things quickly snowball into a potential crisis after the conversation is overheard by the parish priest. Secrets are unintentionally revealed, and a quick-witted group of women realize what really matters as they work to protect their family reputation and each other. This wild and tender comedy directed by Asolo Rep Associate Artistic Director Celine Rosenthal explores the foolishness of first love, the pains of Catholic guilt, and ultimately, the power of family.  

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: 99 Bottles Easter Kegg Hunt , March 28 – April 9, Various times

Leave the Easter egg hunting for the kiddos, this scavenger hunt is for the adults! 99 Bottles Taproom and Bottle Shop is excited to officially announce its first-ever Easter (K)egg Hunt. 9 Bottles has hidden 6 Easter (K)eggs in businesses all around Downtown Sarasota and it’s your job to find them. Just as we decorate Easter eggs, these (K)eggs have been designed by six local artists, each with their own unique twist and personality. Hop around downtown to find all six. Stop by 99 Bottles Taproom and Bottle Shop located at 1445 2nd Steet any time in the month leading up to Easter (starting now) to gather all of the details and pick up your clues to the keg’s locations. The first person or group to find all of the locations will win the grand prize, but everyone who participates will have chances to win other great prizes throughout the month! 1445 2nd St., Sarasota, 99bottles.net.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Reclaiming Home, Contemporary Seminole Art at Ringling Museum , March 29 – September 4, Museum hours

Reclaiming Home, Contemporary Seminole Art group exhibition will mark The Ringling’s first presentation of contemporary art by Native American artists with ancestral, historical, and present-day connections to Florida. An imperative step toward establishing a meaningful relationship with the Native American artistic community, Reclaiming Home will highlight the breadth and depth of the artwork by Seminole, Miccosukee, and mixed-heritage artists from Florida with the important work by internationally-recognized artists. The exhibition will expand the conceptual framework of Native American art made in Florida today and provide a fuller understanding of the complexities of issues within the art of the Seminole diaspora. Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota, ringling.org.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Shakespeare in the Gardens , April 4 – April 23, Various times

FSU and the Asolo Conservatory are thrilled to bring back the beloved Shakespeare in the Gardens series to The Ringling Museum grounds with the Conservatory production of Love's Labour's Lost. Originally performed at Selby Gardens, this year the production of Love's Labour's Lost will be set in the remarkable Ringling Museum of Art Bayfront Gardens, surrounded by a lush banyan grove, with views of the stunning Sarasota Bay. Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, asolorep.org.

[SOON]  DANCE: Between II by Dancing Earth , April 7 – April 8, 7:30 p.m.

In their latest work, mixed-heritage dance company Dancing Earth investigates renewable energy from differing ancestral, cultural, and practical perspectives. Between II seeks to balance Indigenous Elders’ cultural teachings with the realities of a new generation struggling for survival in the apocalyptic present. The audience is invited into dreamscapes of balance and harmony and future-looking possibilities for connection and renewal. The performance will use mobile installation, oration, dance, music, immersive media, and eco-innovative design from the company’s mixed-heritage dancers, artists, and collaborators. Historic Asolo Theater, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, ringling.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Second Saturday Open Studios and Love the Planet Art Market , April 8, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

All three Creative Liberties locations will join members of the Sarasota Studio Artists Association’s Saturday Open Studio community-wide event. In addition, Creative Liberties will offer artisan vendors, free beer by local homebrewers Ray and Patti Spicochi, and live music at its flagship studios in Sarasota’s Limelight District. This will be the last Saturday Art Market until the season resumes in the fall, but Second Saturday Open Studios will continue throughout the year. Creative Liberties Artist Studios and Gallery, 901-B Apricot Avenue, Sarasota, creativeliberties.net.

[SOON]  FOOD: 2023 Forks and Corks Food and Wine Festival , April 20 – April 24, Various times

The 2023 Forks and Corks Food and Wine Festival will return for its 16th year. The Festival is scheduled for April 20-24, 2023 and offers a world-class weekend of winemaker dinners, interactive wine seminars and wine tastings that culminates with the alfresco Grand Tasting event at The Ringling Museum of Art Courtyard. Guests will savor delicious dishes presented by over 40 members of the Sarasota-Manatee Originals restaurant group and sample from a collection of more than 300 unique wines from across the globe. There will be live musical entertainment and an expansive silent auction of rare and collectible wines and experiences. Due to the unprecedented demand this year, there are three available ticket levels: VIP, early access and general admission. For more information on Forks and Corks and to purchase tickets, visit EatLikeALocal.com. Follow Forks and Corks on Facebook and Instagram.

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Ballet: Program 7 - Tribute to Balanchine , April 28 – April 29

The Sarasota Ballet is excited to announce the Company’s 2022 – 2023 Season. Over seven programs, The Sarasota Ballet will perform 15 works by some of the most celebrated and prestigious choreographers and composers of the ballet world. Program 7 - Tribute to Balanchine. April 28-29, 2023 at the Sarasota Opera House. Featuring: Divertimento No. 15 - Choreography by George Balanchine, Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Four Temperaments - Choreography by George Balanchine, Music by Paul Hindemith. Western Symphony - Choreography by George Balanchine, Music – American folk tunes arranged by Hershy Kay. For more information visit www.sarasotaballet.org, Box office 941.359.0099

Sarasota Opera House, 61 N Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236

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