Five Things: Serious City Matters, Skyspace, Awake, Football and More

Sarasota City Commission has some important decisions to make today discussing an audit that found potential criminal and civil violations in relation to an investigation of removing data from city computers.

1. The Sarasota City Commissioners will have some difficult decisions to make today at a special meeting when it will discuss the status of a forensic audit of the city's computer and e-mail systems and Information Technology Department. A letter released earlier this week said there are Stay with Patch to learn what the next step will be.

2. Awake The State will return on Tuesday for a rally to express their views of what the Florida legislature and Gov. Rick Scott should do as the lawmaking season kicks off. Question is, will it be as interesting as the March rally where author

3. What's this Skyspace sunset show all about? Check out my review of the premier of the Joseph's Coat Skyspace sunset show at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. The show continues this weekened. Let us know what you think of the exhibit in the comments!

4. Are ya ready for some football? Tonight's your last chance to catch the best in varsity football from Sarasota and Manatee counties as all-stars face off tonight at Booker High School for the 20th annual Police Athletic League Bowl.

5. Tonight is the first of weekend Thunder By the Bay motorcycle festival events in Sarasota. Tonight's event costs $15  and features entertainment and games and prizes to help raise funds for Suncoast Charities for Children. The festival continues through Sunday downtown and features live bands, plenty of Harley-Davidsons, vendors and gambling.


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