Offering everything from live events to a podcast, Compass Rose will lead you down a rabbit hole of Sarasota history.
We asked Sarasota Magazine staffers what books they can't put down this summer.
Walking With Ghosts
"Grief was an unpredictable, tricky thing I found myself in as I was trying to understand and make sense of my brother’s passing."
The National Book Award longlister is coming to Sarasota this August.
The local bookstore's staff will be reading Whitman's seminal Leaves of Grass aloud tomorrow—all day along.
Water, Water Everywhere
The summit will run from 1-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, in the Review High School auditorium.
Buchanan comes to Sarasota May 12 to discuss her book, Florida’s Changing Waters: A Beautiful World in Peril.
What I've Learned
McGough, 60, has a new book, "Fame," that features his photographs and stories of Mick Jagger, Elizabeth Taylor, Donald Trump, Michael Jackson and scores of other celebrities.
Celebrating 100 Years
The bi-county project will celebrate the milestone in a variety of ways.
The "Cathy" creator has long had a connection to Sarasota: her parents.
Kennedy spoke of White House memories, international relations and her love of reading.
Gilbert King, author of Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys and the Dawn of a New America, will speak in Sarasota on Thursday, March 28.
Mr. Chatterbox reflects on the success of his book, Love Junkie, in October 1992.
The secret lives only Mr. Chatterbox knows.
From our early days as Clubhouse Magazine to now, here's a retrospective of our favorite covers. (That hair! That fashion!)
Wales spoke at the Town Hall series presented by the Ringling College of Art and Design Library Association.
In her new book, The Gypspirit, Schuetz takes her readers on a metaphysical journey.
Comey talked to the crowd at Van Wezel Hall about leadership, ethics—and his firing.
From the Editor
Susan Burns reflects on how the school's culture of critical thinking can create dramatic personal change.
Jack E. Davis' book The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea examines the often-tragic history of the Gulf of Mexico.