TWISler’s Super Tuesday Special Election Breakdown

Published Jan. 11, 2011 TWISler’s Super Tuesday Special Election Breakdown It’s that time of year again, when we all start getting not-so-overly excited about the people vying to run our city. March 8 will be the City Commission District Elections, which means three of the five City Commission seats are up for grabs. The qualifying […]

TWISler Update: The TWISler endorses three lucky candidates

Published Jan. 31, 2011 TWISler Update: The TWISler endorses three lucky candidates The TWIS-meister has been keepin’ it pretty real lately and all of us here in TWIS land thought that instead of dropping a 1,500-word A-bomb of information on readers each week, it might be wiser to slow things down and make sure everyone […]

TWISler Update: Vote Early and Often

Published Feb. 22, 2011 TWISler Update: Vote Early and Often The responses from TWISler’s little rant on the governor says we’ll be sticking to local happenings from here on out. And it’s for the better. The complex and craterous black hole that is Florida politics is a bit too deep and dark of a pool […]

TWISler Breakdown: Vote Now! The End is Near!!!

Published March 7, 2011 TWISler Breakdown: Vote Now! The End is Near!!! OK, valiant brave soldiers of Sarasota. Tomorrow is our day of reckoning, the day when we take up the sword of democracy and go to battle for our leaders, ultimately choosing three of the five voices that will speak on our behalf in […]

TWISler Recap: City Commission Election Results

Published March 10, 2011 TWISler Recap: City Commission Election Results The TWISler is a little bummed out today. We’re all just kinda feelin’ like poop. Mostly because we tried so hard to “rock” the vote in Tuesday’s City Commission elections, but apparently the polling stations were “a hard place” to find for the vast majority […]

TWISler Breakdown: Is there anybody out there?

Published May 31, 2011 TWISler Breakdown: Is there anybody out there? We’ve been trying pretty hard over here in TWISville to get the attention of our elected leaders in the hopes of having the views of the creative class represented in the city’s actions. But for as much as we complain about not being heard, […]