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Welcome to the archives of SRQ DAILY: Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning, produced by the team at SRQ Magazine. From this page, you will be able to view the most recent SRQ DAILY editions as well as search for a specific edition and keyword. The SRQ DAILY Business Edition runs on Mondays; the SRQ DAILY Philanthropy Edition publishes on Wednedsays; the SRQ DAILY Weekend Edition featuring arts and culture publishes on Fridays; and, the SRQ DAILY Perspectives Edition featuring op-eds, columns and letters publishes on Saturdays.

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This Week's SRQ DAILY Editions



Friday Weekend Edition – Apr 3, 2020

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall and Van Wezel Foundation Introduce ARTWORKS ANYWHERE, An Arts-Based Remote Learning Service for Families, Educators and Caregivers •  Bookstore1Sarasota Temporarily Closed—Online Store Always Open •  Manatee District To Demonstrate Expansion of Free Wi-Fi Access Through School Buses and Community Partners Tomorrow •  Circus Arts Conservatory Shows Resiliency with Digital Platform •  New Hope Community Church Food Pantry Serving Thousands Each Week •  Anneliese Ostrowe Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group •  Manatee County Commissioners to Hold Emergency Meeting Today to Consider Additional Steps to Protect Public Health •  Florida Has a Below Average Number of Healthcare Workers •  Cat Depot Finds Homes for Over 90 Cats This Past Month •  Manatee Matches Giving Circle Offers up to $100,000 in 1:1: Matching Funds for Manatee County COVID-19 Response Fund •  SMART Welcomes Rebecca Blitz as Executive Director •  My Cooking Magazine and Chef Judi Gallagher Host Virtual Potluck Friday Nights •  J.R.’s Old Packinghouse Café Adds Family-Style Meals, Updates Hours And Offers Carside Carryout and Delivery

Friday Weekend Edition – Apr 3, 2020

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Apr 2, 2020

Spanish Immersion Camps •  Now Online: The PGT Innovations BrandStory •  Four Sarasotans Still Trapped on Cruise Ship •  Manatee County Extends Closure of Public Buildings to April 30 •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County to Apply for 21st Century Community Learning Centers Funding •  SouthTech Makes Several New Hires, Promotes Two •  Performance Copying & Printing Offers Discount Pricing for Restaurants, Doctors, Healthcare Facilities and Hospitals Impacted by COVID-19 •  Virtual Resources for Students •  How to Talk to Your Children About Coronavirus •  Bradenton Is Investing 4th Most in New Housing Among Midsize U.S. Metros •  Florida's Statewide Stay-At-Home Order issued by Governor DeSantis •  Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Provides a Matching Gift to Selby Gardens •  Connect with Sarasota Orchestra with Music Moves Us •  Gov. DeSantis Issues Lockdown Order

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Apr 1, 2020

Be The One During These Uncertain Times •  Premier Sotheby’s International Realty Ranked #28 Annual Real Trends Survey •  Kids Ask Parents Chat, COVID-19 •  National Small Business Town Hall Presented by Inc. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce •  Asolo Repertory Theatre Announces Online Streaming Of Into The Breeches! •  Fifth Third Announces Special Payment to Customer Service Employees  •  SHINE Online! •  The Giving Challenge Will Go On During Greatest Need •  Quarantine Not Needed At This Time •  No Shelter In Place Order Warranted •  Sarasota Student Filmmakers Make Educational Video, Win State-of-the-Art Aquarium •  Digital Marketing Agency Launches TakeoutSRQ to Help Support Local Eateries •  Legacy Donor Gives a Boost to The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature and Sarasota Orchestra •  Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium Releases Loggerhead Turtle "Chipi" •  Annie Leibovitz, Lisa Genova Announced for RCLA Town Hall Lectures to be Held in November 2020  •  Division of Corporations Annual Reports Filing Extension •  CARES Act's Paycheck Protection Program Guidelines Released

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Mar 31, 2020

Achieva Credit Union: A Neighbor Worth Getting to Know  •  Circus Arts Takes Over the Sailor Circus Arena This Summer •  Brain Health Boost •  Manatee County Extends Local State of Emergency, Announces Other Closures •  Shutts Team Helps Grow Southern Marinas Portfolio in $50 Million Transaction •  Business Organizations Seek to Connect Displaced Workers with Job Openings During Pandemic •  Sarasota Cuban Ballet School Dancers Win Top Prizes in Major Competitions •  OneBlood to Begin Collecting Plasma from Recovered Coronavirus Patients as Potential Treatment Option •  Designing Women Boutique Closes Until May 1 •  City of Sarasota Suspends Development Permit Expirations and Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Closure Extended Through April 26 •  Art Center Sarasota Presents off the Web •  The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Announces Florida’s February 2020 Employment Data •  Artisan Cheese Co. Dished the Finer Things from Walk-up Window •  Aimee Cogan, CFP Named to Barron’s “Top 1,200 Financial Advisors

Monday Business Edition – Mar 30, 2020

Highest Residential Sale to Date on Island of Venice •  The Ringling Introducing Museum From Home •  Continuing Remote Studio Instruction Amid a Pandemic •  Seeking Coordinator for COVID-19 Face Mask & Shield Project •  DOH Sarasota Pauses COVID-19 Drive-Thru Test Site Until Tuesday •  Tropical Smoothie Café To Give Out 100,000 Smoothies Free Nationwide to Healthcare Workers, First Responders and Police •  Anonymous Donor Gifts $500,000 to Manatee Community Foundation for COVID-19 Response •  Take a Virtual Visit to The Bay •  Embracing Our Differences 2020 Outdoor Art Exhibit Extended Through April •  Boat Ramps, Bird Key Park Parking Lot Closed •  Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, #ManateeStrong

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Mar 28, 2020

Shelter Order Deserves Honest Consideration •  SCF Provides Continuity to Students •  Politics, Pandemics, and the Value of Creativity •  Southeastern Guide Dogs Ease Stress Of Isolation •  Jazz Club of Sarasota Presents Prestigious Satchmo Award to Rachel and Mat Domber of Clearwater-based Arbors Records •  Coronavirus Impacts Force Goodwill Manasota to Reduce its Staff •  Manatee County Animal Services aims to Clear the Shelter Offer Free Pet Food Next Week •  Call for Community Input! Suncoast Science Center Gears Up To Fabricate Face Protection Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic •  Manatee County Children Eat for Free During COVID-19 School Closures

Friday Weekend Edition – Mar 27, 2020

SRQ Magazine Living Lakewood 2020 •  Update of Jazz Club Affairs •  Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Cancels Remainder of 2019-2020 Season •  The Many Identities of Artist and Multidisciplinary Designer Alissa Silvers •  Your Guide to Summer Camp Listings 2020 •  Nearly 50 Patients Seen During Department of Health's First Day of COVID-19 Collections •  Kahwa Offers Free Coffee to Healthcare Providers and First Responders •  Music Compound Provides Free Music Class for Students at Home •  CareerEdge Partners With Technical Colleges To Launch Student Internship Program While Schools Remain Closed •  American for the Arts on Federal Arts Funding •  Sarasota Contemporary Dance Launches Virtual Studio Classes on March 30 •  The Ringling Launches Virtual Programs to Visit the Museum from Home •  DOH Sarasota To Offer Drive-thru Specimen Collection For COVID-19 Starting Today •  Banish Stay-at-Home Boredom: Connect With The Bishop •  Mote Marine Goes ReMote: Bringing the Oceans to You Each Week •  SmartHouse Integration Offers H.O.P.E to Sarasota Area Home Based Businesses Affected by The Coronavirus

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Ariel Chates | Mar 16, 2020

New College Merger Proposal Dead

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