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Vol. 2, No. 19 — January 24, 2014 CONTENTS SIESTA SEEN PEACE CORPS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article SARASOTA LEISURE PEACE CORPS 76 SHOW WITHIN A SHOW 79 PLAY ME A TUNE 84 A BIG HONOR 89 FLYING FEET 91 SIESTA SEEN 97 A&E BRIEFS 106 RELIGION BRIEFS 123 COMMUNITY CALENDAR 128 SCHIMMEL SIGHTINGS 129 World Peace Day tackles Occupy Wall Street, honors locals for 'religious courage' — Cooper Levey-Baker The stage manager is the unseen force in making sure theater productions run as smoothly as possible — Barbara Dondero Sarasota Keys draws a crowd with its launch downtown, and interest continues to build — Rachel Brown Hackney Internationally known aerialist Nik Wallenda becomes the youngest person to be named a Circus Celebrity — Staff Reports The annual Ringling Bridge Run draws its usual plethora of competitors but, this time, on a chilly morning — Staff Reports Commissioner Patterson talks about the need for a completely independent peer review of the Lido Renourishment Project — and who is vying to win her seat — in an address to the Condo Council; new crossing lights finally are up at Beach Road intersections — Rachel Brown Hackney

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