Turner C. Moore is a quiet, albeit important, force behind many of the events that have become central to the fabric of Sarasota culture. He sat down with Sarasotaday.com to discuss his work, his whiskey obsession, and the importance of progressive events in Sarasota.
Once heralded as the “Heart of American Show Business,” vaudeville was undoubtedly the most popular form of entertainment in America from the late 19th century to the early 1930's. Until the rise of the film industry enticed many vaudevillian performers away from the stage and, subsequently in front of the camera, vaudeville ruled the roost as the nation's way of escaping their hard scrabble life.
From the bread and the meat to the whiz and the wit, these brothers mean business. They know that when it comes to a Philly cheesesteak, if it's not the real deal you might as well "Fugetaboutit!"
Like many before me, I had never heard of artist David Budd despite his strong ties to Sarasota and the city’s art scene.
With rising rents and numerous foreclosures continuing to plague Sarasota, it is becoming a much greater challenge to find affordable housing for those whose financial status is less than stellar.
The key is we never let your body get comfortable with what you are doing. These exercises have been created to engage all of your muscle groups and keep your body challenged at all times