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Behind the Notes

In Studio   |   Shane Donglasan

A look into what inspires a young musical composer

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Right Foot Forward

SRQ&A   |   Jacob Ogles

John Korff's New Marathon Hits the Ground Running

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Framing Solutions

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

University of South Florida Sarsota-Manatee Chancellor, Sandra Stone

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Art of Collecting

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

Appreciating art and being surrounded by it

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Sugarcoated

Catch   |   Shane Donglasan

Springtime shades to sweeten your style

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Dream Time

Nest   |   Shane Donglasan

A colorful nursery inspires imagination

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Mother Lode

Culinary Beat   |   Kaye Warr

The moms behind the local restaurant scene

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Fire Breather

Pantry   |   Phil Lederer

The heat of Sarasota Scorpions

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Gut Check

Body & Health   |   Phil Lederer

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Thu
5/28
SRQ Studio Series
Where the Votes Are
Yesterday, SRQ Magazine's Senior Editor Jacob Ogles hosted a crowd of local political watchers for Where the Votes Are to explore the voter demographics of May 12th Sarasota City Commission runoffs. A steadfast group of our community's most loyal voters gathered to analyze the data, ask questions and... Read More ›
Thu
5/28
Sports
Bradentucky Bombers Prepped For Takeoff
With wheels on their feet and helmets on their heads, the Bradentucky Bombers take to the arena this weekend at Astro Skate of Bradenton, where the team will face down the visiting Jacksonville J-Villains in a cross-coastal rivalry for Florida roller derby supremacy. Blocking and jamming their way across... Read More ›
Thu
5/28
Forty Carrots Family Center
What's Happening Here?
It looks like I am playing, but I am utilizing my fine motor skills and creativity. When I paint, I am able to plan ahead, practice skills and learn about how large ideas can be broken into smaller tasks. I also learn that sometimes things turn out differently than planned, and grow an appreciation of... Read More ›
Wed
5/27
Politics
GOP Boost Not Enough To Flip Sarasota
When voters decided Sarasota City Commission races earlier this month, more than 600 Republican voters who sat out an election in March cast ballots in one of two different contests. Still, the two Republicans running in the race, both incumbents, lost their respective contests. “In some ways,”... Read More ›
Wed
5/27
Theater
Players Follies Accepting Play Submissions
With the Senior Play Reading Festival announced for this coming October, The Players Follies Group is on the hunt for material, putting out the call to local playwrights and writers of all sorts for original short play submissions to populate the festival. “We didn’t want to do plays that... Read More ›

Latest Post On Wednesday, May 27th SRQ Magazine Senior Editor Jacob Ogles hosted the most recent installment of Where the Votes Are at SRQ Studios. Local political watchers gathered early to examine the voter turnout and demographics of the recent Sarasota City Commission runoff race from Districts 2 and 3. As newly elected commissioners Liz Alpert and…

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Latest Post The summer is peaking around the corner – the promise of long days at the beach and no homework are upon us. Every year around this time our internal clocks start to run a little slower to make way for the dog days ahead. One part of summer break is as certain as daylight savings…

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The summer is peaking around the corner – the promise of long days at the beach and no homework...

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