Good Junk FoodCulinary Beat | Jake Coleman
Sinfully delicious indulgences at Ripper’s Roadstand, Bradenton Donut and Night Owl’s EateryRead More »
Man of the PeopleIn Brief | Jacob Ogles
District 1 Sarasota City Commissioner Willie ShawRead More »
Sriracha Mystery BoxPantry | Phil Lederer
Nine Perfect Uses for SrirachaRead More »
Science ScionsSRQ&A | Jacob Ogles
The Faulhabers Restore Science on the SuncoastRead More »
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Community Taking Sides on NeutralityRead More »
Life’s SatisfactionCameo | Wes Roberts
An interview with leading child psychiatrist Dr. Edward M. Hallowell.Read More »
Spa EssentialsCargo | Erica Brown
A perfectly accessorized day of relaxation.Read More »
Living With(Out) PainBody & Health | Phil Lederer
What happens if the pain never goes away?Read More »
Signs of LifeWhat's Next | Jacob Ogles
Tracy Ingram Makes Science Fiction RealityRead More »
The Shape of Public ArtCulture City | Phil Lederer
Public art is a statement of identity formed by the community.Read More »
Brackets vs. DillosDeath Match | Jacob Ogles
Ringling and New College mascots go head-to-head.Read More »
SRQ Home of the Year Call for Entries
You are invited to participate in the 11th SRQ Annual Home of the Year competition brought to you by SRQ magazine. Our panel of expert judges will review entries based on innovation, functionality and overall design aesthetic to name SRQ's Home of the Year Platinum, Gold and Silver awards. Local professionals are invited to submit their best work in home design by the Wednesday, December 11,2014 deadline. Winners will be featured in a special awards supplement in the March 2015 issue.
You & SRQ
Our marketing team at SRQ | The Magazine wants to make sure you know about some of the fascinating advertising features we have planned for our December 2014 Annual Giving Back and Philanthropy edition.
On Saturday, October 4, 2014, from 8pm-midnight, don formal attire with a masquerade twist and join SRQ at the legendary Sarasota Opera House for a magical ball. With performances from the Fuzión Dance Artists, the Circus Arts Conservatory, Sarasota Cuban Ballet, Sarasota Orchestra Bass Quartet, Music by Jami G, Venetian Catering by Fête, themed cocktails from Tito's Handmade Vodka and Siesta Key Rum, and wonderful beneficiaries including Child Protection Center Inc., Suncoast Charities for Children, and The Circus Arts Conservatory, you will have a fabulous time at this enchanting evening. Tickets are $125 with a portion of the proceeds going to your children's charity of choice, to be selected upon purchasing admission online at www.srqbalmasque.com.
SRQ Behind The Scenes
Go behind the scenes at photo shoot for the September Edition of SRQ Magazine. The Editor's Annual Compendium TrendSport Edition Features Back2School: Smart Attire For Today's Professional Fashionista.
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
Senior Editor Jacob Ogles Attracts Sarasota Political Players
Latest Post The SRQ Studios was packed yesterday morning for our “Where the Votes Are” presentation by Jacob Ogles, the Senior Editor of SRQ | The Magazine and SRQ Daily. The event attracted many of Sarasota County’s top political players to discuss the results of the August 26, 2014 primary election. A few of his key findings included: Democratic turnout nearly matched […]