Photo of the Week: Venice Dog Beach

Bobbilynn Hollifield

Brohard Paw Park in Venice is very popular among dogs and dog owners. This pet-friendly stretch of beach features doggie drinking fountains, showers on decks for dogs only, fire hydrants and leash posts, as well as a small-dog-only area. The fenced doggie playground leads to the only beach area in the county where dogs are […]

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Local Rides

Joe Thro

During the past month local riders have had the opportunity to participate in two big time events. The first, on 3/24, was Tour de Parks organized by the Friends Of the Legacy Trail. The second will be this coming Sunday, 4/27, Sharkey’s Ride the Beaches  to benefit Livestrong. Both events are well organized and feature […]


Exsultate! Chorale Concert in Venice

Jean Trammell

The final concert this season for Exsultate! Chorale and the last to be held in the Grace Methodist Church on Venice Island, 400 E. Field Avenue, is Sunday, April 13 at 3:30 p.m. “Exsultate!” is pronounced “x-sul-tah-tay”. This not for profit secular choral organization based in Venice is grateful for having had the opportunity to […]

Fossilized imprint from a nautilus shell

New Exhibit at Venice Museum

Jean Trammell

fossil exhibit flyer    A new must see is at the Venice Museum & Archives. Located at 351 Nassau Street South, in the historic Triangle Inn, the museum has had a fossil exhibit since it opened. They are now shining a spotlight on this area’s amazing ancient creatures, from both land and sea in its […]