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Good Junk Food

Culinary Beat   |   Jake Coleman

Sinfully delicious indulgences at Ripper’s Roadstand, Bradenton Donut and Night Owl’s Eatery

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Man of the People

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

District 1 Sarasota City Commissioner Willie Shaw

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Sriracha Mystery Box

Pantry   |   Phil Lederer

Nine Perfect Uses for Sriracha

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Science Scions

SRQ&A   |   Jacob Ogles

The Faulhabers Restore Science on the Suncoast

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Fiscally Neutral or Stacking the Deck

Agenda   |   Jacob Ogles

Community Taking Sides on Neutrality

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Life’s Satisfaction

Cameo   |   Wes Roberts

An interview with leading child psychiatrist Dr. Edward M. Hallowell.

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Spa Essentials

Cargo   |   Erica Brown

A perfectly accessorized day of relaxation.

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Living With(Out) Pain

Body & Health   |   Phil Lederer

What happens if the pain never goes away?

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Signs of Life

What's Next   |   Jacob Ogles

Tracy Ingram Makes Science Fiction Reality

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The Shape of Public Art

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

Public art is a statement of identity formed by the community.

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Brackets vs. Dillos

Death Match   |   Jacob Ogles

Ringling and New College mascots go head-to-head.

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Panhandling Meters
It's been three years since the City of Sarasota anxiously pulled parking meters off the curb. Now officials may finally have a use for the devices—collecting change for the poor. Sarasota city and county officials are in talks to donate the roughly 30 coin meters still in city possession for... Read More ›
Workforce Characteristics
In attracting businesses to the region, economic development officials promote not just the resident population but those who are likely to be part of the job market. Almost half of Sarasota County’s population is in the prime working age range of 25 to 64, according to the Economic Development... Read More ›
McCormick to Focus United Way Efforts on Synergy
Before Suzanne McCormick took her new job as president and CEO for United Way Suncoast, she was already impressed with the organization. It didn't hurt, of course, that she was living in Maine during a terrible winter when the opportunity came about. "I asked my family what they thought of Tampa," she... Read More ›
Joe Seidensticker, L-Bar
A renovation at Libby's Cafe and Bar for the most part freshened up the look of the restaurant, but it also marked a significant evolution for the L-Bar, turning it into a lounge concept and a hotspot deserving credit all its own. SRQ spoke with General Manager Joe Seidensticker about the change. What... Read More ›
Teaching Hotel
The Resort at Longboat Key Club and USF Sarasota-Manatee (USFSM) recently announced a key regional partnership and new training program for USFSM students. As the official “Teaching Hotel” for the College of Hospitality & Technology Leadership, the Resort will be the site of The Teaching... Read More ›

Latest Post The SRQ Studios was packed yesterday morning for our “Where the Votes Are” presentation by Jacob Ogles, the Senior Editor of SRQ | The Magazine and SRQ Daily. The event attracted many of Sarasota County’s top political players to discuss the results of the August 26, 2014 primary election. A few of his key findings included: Democratic turnout nearly matched […]

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The SRQ Studios was packed yesterday morning for our “Where the Votes Are” presentation by Jacob...

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