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Inside Michael Lombardo's Ideal Classic Cars

By Kim Hackett
For Ideal Classic Cars' Michael Lombardo, automobiles are a driving passion. ...more

How to Make the Perfect Key Lime Pie

By Hannah Wallace
A smooth and creamy, sweet-tart celebration of citrus and sunshine, Key lime pie is a staple of local menus and our Florida's state pie, too. ...more

Photo: Cabbage Palms at Myakka State Park

By Hannah Wallace
The cabbage palm (scientific name Sabal palmetto) is widely seen, not only at Myakka State Park, but throughout the state. ...more

A Tour of Venice Architecture

By Robert Plunket
Venice has a lot to live up to.  It is, after all, named after the most beautiful city in the world. And even its California cousin is deservedly famous for its beach and canals. How can little Venice, Fla., hope to compete? Our Venice trades on its charm. Its splendid... Read more » ...more

A Look at the Proposed Interim Sites for the Venice Public Library

By Kim Hackett
Kim Hackett takes a look at the proposed interim sites for the Venice Public Library, which is closing due to mold issues this weekend. ...more

As County Prepares to Close Venice Public Library, Citizens Rally to Save Location

By Kim Hackett
As county officials prepare to close the Venice Public Library Feb. 1 because of mold, they've come up with three possible interim sites. ...more

Review: Venice Theatre Stage II's Sweeney Todd

By Kay Kipling
Arts editor Kay Kipling reviews Venice Theatre Stage II's Sweeney Todd. ...more

Venice Magazine's First Anniversary Party

By Kay Kipling
Click here to see pictures from Venice Magazine's first anniversary party! ...more

Theater Review: Venice Theatre's "Noises Off"

By Kay Kipling
Kay Kipling reviews Venice Theatre's "Noises Off." ...more

Venice Museum Kicks Off New Lecture Series

By Kim Hackett
With record tourism and residential building going on here, you don’t need to remind locals about the charm of historic downtown Venice. ...more

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