Trump’s American Health Care Act passes in House – here’s what you need to know

Trump’s American Health Care Act passes in House – here’s what you need to know

Trump’s plans for a replacement to the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) passed in the House on the afternoon of Thursday, May 4. This replacement, called the American Health Care Act, still requires Senate approval. However, if it...
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5 Florida greyhounds test positive for cocaine

5 Florida greyhounds test positive for cocaine

A greyhound racing trainer named Malcolm McAllister permanently lost his training license on April 24 after five of his dogs tested positive for cocaine in their system back in January. State employees took urine samples of the dogs following a...
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Promises for lavish Fyre Festival fall flat once patrons arrive in Bahamas

Promises for lavish Fyre Festival fall flat once patrons arrive in Bahamas

On Thursday, April 27, festival-goers began arriving in the Exumas, Bahamas via chartered planes from Miami for a weekend-long event called Fyre Festival. Tickets for the festival ran from $1000 to $250,000, at minimum promising luxury villas, gourmet dining, ...
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10 Questions with NCSA co-Presidents  Ximena Pedroza and Kayla Kisseadoo

10 Questions with NCSA co-Presidents Ximena Pedroza and Kayla Kisseadoo

Catalyst reporter and Online Editor, Magdalene Taylor, sat down with recently elected NCSA co-Presidents and second- years Kayla Kisseadoo and Ximena Pedroza. A shortened version of this interview appeared in print. 1. First question isn’t really a question,...
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Art + Feminism  Wikipedia edit-a-thon  breeds C4 collaboration

Art + Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon breeds C4 collaboration

Less than 10 percent of Wikipedia contributors identify as female. How might this lack of gender diversity impact the knowledge shared on the collaborative online encyclopedia? This is something Art + Feminism seeks to address – and something that the...
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Whitney Biennial tackles contemporary issues with historical precedence

Whitney Biennial tackles contemporary issues with historical precedence

New York City is always the site of spectacle and controversy, but maybe even more so during the Whitney Biennial. Since its beginning in 1932, the installment at the Whitney Museum of American Art has always strived to be a...
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Sarasota congressional representative Vern Buchanan to hold Town Meeting in Van Wezel, relocated from Sudakoff

Republican Congressman Vern Buchanan, representative of the 16th district of Florida, will be holding a town hall meeting in Sarasota at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. The meeting will be held at 11 a.m. on March 18. The meeting...
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Here’s what you need to know about the replacement for Obamacare

The legislature for the Trump administration’s plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, have been unveiled and has been approved in deliberations by two house committees. As of Monday, March 13, the administration.....
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Three-alarm fire burns for thirty minutes on Ringling campus construction

Three-alarm fire burns for thirty minutes on Ringling campus construction

A fire began on the roof of a building being constructed on the Ringling College of Art and Design on Tuesday, March 7. No one was injured in the fire and no damage was inflicted upon the surrounding buildings. At...
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Exploring our affinity for Andy Warhol  two local galleries pay homage

Exploring our affinity for Andy Warhol two local galleries pay homage

Sarasota seems to have a fascination with Andy Warhol. Much of America shares this fascination, but it’s particularly strong in this artistically oriented city. If you look around, you can see tributes to his pop art dispersed through town –...
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