Musical ChairsRattlebag | Jacob Ogles
Sarasota Openings Create Discord at City HallRead More »
Garden PartyCatch | Erica Brown
Hunting and Gathering for AugustRead More »
Cancer AnswersBody Dimensions | Phil Lederer
Shedding light on a dark matter.Read More »
Bradenton Food SceneAt the Table | Jake Coleman
O'Bricks, Soma Creekside and Pier 22.Read More »
Rae Dowling12 Things | Jacob Ogles
Electric PersonalityRead More »
Tights of the RoundtableCulture City | Phil Lederer
Dispatches from the vanguards of dance.Read More »
Land RushMoneywise | Jacob Ogles
Property as an InvestmentRead More »
In SessionCommon Ground | Natalie Brown
State AttorneysRead More »
Immaculate ConfectionsTrio | Phil Lederer
Stow the Häagen-Dazs and ready your spoon.Read More »
Leadership for the Sarasota Association of Realtors and the Manatee Association of Realtors voted today to merge the organizations. Members for both groups will decide if such a move should take place in mid-September.Read More ›
The Manatee County District 5 race will ehad to a runoff between incumbent Julie Aranibar and challenger Mary Cantrell. Aranibar led with 38.18 percnet of the vote to Cantrell's 36.28 percent.
Incumbent Karen Carpenter was re-elected in the District 4 race, and newcomer Charlie Kennedy won the open seat in District 2.Read More ›
A Manatee County Democratic primary came down to a handful of votes. Palmetto City Councilman Charles Smith led incumbent County Commissioner Michael Gallen by 5 votes, 1,029 votes to 1,024, in the primary. Challenger Corie Holmes was eliminated.
Only write-in opposition awaits the primary winner in November.
In the District 4 race for the County Commission, incumbent Robin DiSabatino handily won re-election.Read More ›
You & SRQ
At SRQ | The Magazine, we like to take things one day at a time and be thoughtful about the future – which is why we wanted to make sure you knew about some of the fascinating features we are planning for our December SRQ Magazine.
SRQ's BAL MASQUE
On Saturday, October 4, 2014, from 8pm-midnight, join SRQ at the legendary Sarasota Opera House for a magical masquerade ball. With performances from the Fuzión Dance Artists, the Circus Arts Conservatory, Sarasota Cuban Ballet, Sarasota Orchestra Bass Quartet, and Music by Jami G, Venetian Catering by Fête, and wonderful gala beneficiaries including Child Protection Center Inc, Suncoast Charities for Children, and The Circus Arts Conservatory, you will have a fabulous time at this enchanting Venetian inspired evening. Tickets are $125 with a portion of the proceeds going to a beneficiary of your choice, to be selected upon purchasing admission online at www.srqbalmasque.com.
SRQ Behind The Scenes
Get behind the scenes and watch the photo shoot for SRQ July Freedom Stories local solo artist, RaeF
On Stage October 4th
Don't miss Bal Masqué on Saturday, October 4, 2014, from 8pm-midnight at the historic Sarasota Opera House in Downtown Sarasota! Taking the stage at this Venetian inspired evening include performances from Circus Arts Conservatory, the Sarasota Cuban Ballet School, Fuzión Dance Artists, Sarasota Orchestra, and Jami G.
SB2: Top Community Leaders. Every Month.
With top leaders from Sarasota and Bradenton, SB2 is your monthly opportunity to learn about key regional issues and topics through a facilitated panel discussion, ask questions following the session, and grow your business network. $35/person; purchase tickets www.SRQSB2.com.
Inside The Brand
SRQ Magazine Special Sections: December
Latest Post Contact us at 941-365-7702 x211 or GrowMyBusiness@srqmag.com for more information on this opportunity for you to reach SRQ's audience! Space closes October 9, 2014.