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David Houle

12 Things   |   Jacob Ogles

David Houle's Shares His 12 Things

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Proper Downtown Italian

At the Table   |   Jake Coleman

Visiting Downtown Sarasota Italian Restaurants

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Outdoor Playgrounds

Cargo   |   Ashley Farlow

Summer play in Mediterranean and modern backyards.

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Fight for the Innocents

SRQ&A   |   Philip Lederer

Elizabeth Melendez Fisher's Selah Freedom

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Perception Engineers

Common Ground   |   Philip Lederer

From red-hot irons to the media firestorm.

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Act Like a Professional

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

FSU/Asolo Conservatory

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Overcoming Age

Body Dimensions   |   Jay McManemon

Trends in Skincare and Cosmetic Surgery

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Off the Grid

Moneywise   |   Jacob Ogles

Michael Crea, Scott Egglefield and Robert Kluson talk about living off the grid.

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Sarasota's 4th of July

Shorelife   |   John Hardy

Flags, fireworks and apple pie.

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SS Original

Rattlebag   |   Jacob Ogles

The early days of Social Security, music from Big Pass.

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Jacob Ogles
Slasher filmmaker Haitz turns eyes toward Project Greenlight
Could a local filmmaker best known for low-budget slashers get the attention of Oscar-winners Ben Affleck and Matt Damon? Sean Haitz, the filmmaker behind Mangrove Slasher 2, hopes so. The duo of superstars, who jointly won an Academy Award for Best Writing for the 1997 independent hit Good Will Hunting, is launching a new season […] Read More ›
Supportable Retail in Sarasota
Sarasota hired retail expert Robert Gibbs to conduct a market study on the region in anticipation of the new Taubman Centers mall on University Parkway opening in October. Gibbs studied four areas—Downtown Sarasota, St. Armands Circle, the Rosemary District and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Corridor—and... Read More ›
No Conference Center in Bayfront Plans For Now
Plans are still moving forward with varied plans to turn the Sarasota Bayfront into a cultural mecca, but the words "conference center" will not be found following direction from Sarasota City Commissioners.  Michael Klauber, chairman of Visit Sarasota County, said he was satisfied by city direction... Read More ›
Historic Show for the Cuban Ballet
The Sarasota Cuban Ballet is making history with its newest show, “On Stage,” featuring elite dancers from the National Ballet School of Cuba alongside award-winning dancers from the Sarasota Cuban Ballet and across the world and bringing the internationally renowned Maestra Ramona de Saa... Read More ›
Rampolla Opens Selby Season
The Selby Gallery at Ringling College of Art and Design begins its 2014-2015 season with a special exhibit featuring selections from the life of Frank Rampolla, the acclaimed artist who spent his last and most productive years in Florida, including eight teaching at Ringling College of Art and Design,... Read More ›

Latest Post On October 4, 2014 join SRQ Media and performance partners the Circus Arts Conservatory, the Sarasota Cuban Ballet, and Fuzión Dance Artists for our signature black tie gala, Bal Masqué. In collaborations for the big night, Kelly Christiansen, SRQ's Marketing and Account Development Director was given a one-of-a-kind behind the scenes tour of the Circus […]

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On October 4, 2014 join SRQ Media and performance partners the Circus Arts Conservatory, the Sarasota...

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