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Sound Power

What's Next   |   Jacob Ogles

An app for supporting global musicians

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Digging Numbers

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

SCOPE's John McCarthy's Data Points

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Down the City Drain

Agenda   |   Jacob Ogles

Sarasota suffers through lift station relocation project.

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Travel Goods

Catch   |   Shane Donglasan

Travel effortlessly with these must-have accessories

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ITALY AL DENTE

At the Table   |   Kaye Warr

Finding Italy on the Suncoast

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Creative Chaos

In Studio   |   Phil Lederer

Inside the divided mind of James Griffin.

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Coco For Fashion

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

Saks Fifth Avenue at University Town Center's new general manager, Terri Najmolhoda

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End of the Campaign Trail

Politico   |   Jacob Ogles

May elections in Sarasota delivered stunning upsets.

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Playing to the Crowd

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

The Players Theatre finds success putting the community on stage.

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Revived Design

Shop Talk   |   Shane Donglasan

Architectural Salvage brings back to life what

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Singular Sensations

At the Table   |   Kaye Warr

These eateries are more than just one-trick ponies.

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Kayak Coasting

Sporting Life   |   John Hardy

Paddling our way through the Suncoast.

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Oscar-Nominated

Pantry   |   Phil Lederer

Taking an Oscar-inspired trip through Suncoast foodie stops.

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ADHD In Focus

Body and Health   |   Phil Lederer

What causes ADHD and productively managing symptoms.

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Tue
7/7
Politics
Election Move for Sarasota City Elections?
City elections in Sarasota may be moved to November of even-numbered years, and perhaps turned to winner-takes-all affairs, but not before a divided Sarasota City Commission can navigate the process for change, and not before voters weigh in on the decision themselves. Sarasota City Attorney Robert... Read More ›
Tue
7/7
Homelessness
Sarasota Sticks With Logan, Housing First
In a report on homelessness that served as much a proving ground for a new homeless services director as a true update on progress in handling the issue, Sarasota City Commissioners on Monday ultimately plowed forward with a Housing First plan and committed to an approach focused on end results for treating... Read More ›
Mon
7/6
Politics
Sarasota Considers Rescheduling Election

When and how Sarasota voters elect city commissioners could soon be a question they decide at the ballot box. Sarasota City Commissioners in a 3-vote tonight moved forward in creating ordinances that would reschedule the city electuoion from spring in even-numbered years to fall in odd-numbered years.

The commission moved ahead with two potential options: 1. Move to an August-November election cycle to coincide with state and federal elections in even-numbered years; or 2. Move to a November election and hold a winner-takes-all contest without a runoff.

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Mon
7/6
Government
Sarasota Backs New Uber Rules

A new set of regulations governing Uber drivers and other similar services was passed unanimously by Sarasota City Commissioners tonight, but officials said they still want to conduct further research before regualtions reach final approval and go into effect.

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Mon
7/6
Jobs
Rising Employment Rates
The data shown here, which was obtained by SCOPE from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, illustrates the percent change of people employed in Sarasota County. From 2007 to 2010, there were negative changes in the level of employment, and 2009 saw the largest percent decrease in employed people at  negative... Read More ›


Latest Post If you’ve ever thumbed through an issue of SRQ Magazine, you already know. We don’t just report on the restaurants and dishes around town, we wax poetic about them. That’s why we’re excited to share our new food channel, Nosh, with you. Consider Nosh an invitation to our table: the spot where we spill juicy scoop…

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Latest Post Do you remember the last time you FLIPPED OUT? We do. Because we just did. The brand new issue of SRQ Magazine and Modern Home Magazine is here and this one is going down in the SRQ History Books. We can’t contain our excitement, so we decided to share with you the top five reasons that…

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Latest Post The Gulf Coast skyline is bustling—from Sarasota to Bradenton. As cranes amble high above and the streets are filled with the productive sounds of construction, we are thinking forward to the ways these new structures will enhance our region. Of course, we’re already looking daydreaming about the ways these new structures will encourage us to live local; whether…

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The Gulf Coast skyline is bustling—from Sarasota to Bradenton. As cranes amble high above and the streets...

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