Talking about Sarasota’s beauty, history, rich arts and cultural scene, captivating beauty, and tales of the rich and famous is easy. For most, the influx of tourists and people dying to step foot on “The World’s Best Beach” is tolerable.
Nothing beats a beautiful day out with friends, showing off your town and all its amenities. Many of us Floridians know the feeling of getting the house ready, everything getting buffed and shined, garbage properly disposed of in cans outside of view, recycling neatly sorted in bins, and your little piece of the world clean and orderly, and primed for visitors.
This time of year, as movie-star sightings around town appear on social media and celebrities participate in projects with local colleges, attention turns to the Sarasota Film Festival. Just one year shy of a 20th anniversary has celebs, industry geeks, and locals buzzing about Sarasota Film Festival.
Well, I hope the headline got your attention but, sorry, this article is not about Hillary and it’s not about Donald. We never talk politics on The Sarasota Post! It’s about the absolute craziness that is going on in social media circles and the damage it is causing.
According to the U.S. News and World Report Sarasota, Florida metro area is rated the #1 place to live in Florida!