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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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At the Table   |   Kaye Warr

Finding Italy on the Suncoast

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CitySide Seeks to Stimulate Rosemary
When asked what sets the CitySide development apart from other projects in the city of Sarasota, developer Bruce Weiner chuckles. “It’s rental apartments,” he says. Sure, there’s a nice pool, a parking garage where residents can park on the floor where they live, and a tranquil... Read More ›
Good Bite
Flexing Mussels
Antoine’s Restaurant has opened in a new location on 12th and Tuttle and I couldn’t be more excited as they are now walking distance from my house. You have not truly experienced comfort food if you have not yet tried Mussels and Fries from Antoine’s. Chef Angela Georges presents a... Read More ›
Gruters Now In Candidate Role
Joe Gruters is hardly new to the political scene in Southwest Florida, but this election cycle he will be juggling roles both as chairman of the Republican Party of Sarasota County and as a candidate for the Florida House of Representatives in District 73. So far, he is the only candidate filed and expected... Read More ›
Vaccine Preventable Conditions
The black linear trend line here depicts an increase of cases in which individuals under the age of 65 were hospitalized due to vaccine preventable conditions in Sarasota County. The vaccine preventable conditions in this study include hepatitis A and B, measles, meningococcal diseases, mumps, whooping... Read More ›
Community Banks to Fill Lending Void?
A new study from Dun and Bradstreet and Pepperdine University says greater demand exists in Florida for small business loans than in other states, but a lower percentage of loans are approved. Community banks in Southwest Florida, though, say they have been busy lending, and believe small banks will... Read More ›

Latest Post SRQ Media is pleased to host the most recent installment of AIA 10×10 on Thursday, July 30th from 5:30-7PM. AIA 10×10 introduces some of our community’s most creative forces and forward thinkers in a fast-paced, informative and inspirational series of presentations. At each 10×10 event, guest speakers present ten slides, featuring images of their work…

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Latest Post For college students, summer break should be renamed “internship break.” Long gone are the days of carefree travel and afternoons in the sunshine. Those that are seeking a seamless transition from class schedules to the working world are spending their summer days gaining valuable experience and learning the ropes in their desired profession. SRQ Media…

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Latest Post We’ve often heard people say that their jobs are great because no two days are alike. Here lies the beauty of working at a local magazine–not only is every single day different, they’re all full of adventures! To prove this point, we’re interrupting our production schedule to bring you the best thing we’ve seen all day:…

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We’ve often heard people say that their jobs are great because no two days are alike. Here lies...

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