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Vol. 2, No. 18 — January 17, 2014 CONTENTS BARTRAM'S GHOST SIESTA SEEN Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article OPINION EDITORIAL87 The greatest political threat to Sarasota County COMMENTARY90 Travel frenzy precedes a long-awaited adventure — Harriett Cuthbert SARASOTA LEISURE BARTRAM'S GHOST The magic of an 18th century naturalist's experiences remains even now in the Florida landscape — Fran Palmeri 93 HONORING VETERANS AND HELPING CHILDREN 102 WORKING TO LOOK GOOD 107 SIESTA SEEN 111 A&E BRIEFS 119 RELIGION BRIEFS 134 COMMUNITY CALENDAR 136 With a focus on veterans and active duty military personnel — and great weather — the 2014 Thunder by the Bay may have broken records — Staff Reports A Baltimore Orioles mini camp gives players an opportunity to prove themselves team-worthy — Norman Schimmel Trolley service is on schedule to start in July; 'No Parking' signs shortly will be coming to Avenida de Mayo; county staff is still at work on a North Shell Road parking plan; and numerous bike thefts have been reported — Rachel Brown Hackney SCHIMMEL SIGHTINGS137

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