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Clean Innovation

What's Next   |   Jacob Ogles

Designers consider ways to cut contagion

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Life On Stage

Day in the Life   |   Phil Lederer

A day at the Asolo with Katie Cunningham

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Big Screen Audacity

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

The new face of Sarasota Film Festival

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At the Black Box

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

Transforming the local theater scene

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Fashion Philosophy

Shop Talk   |   Shane Donglasan

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Warm Metals

Catch   |   Shane Donglasan

Gold, Bronze and Silver to keep you shining.

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Lost in Bali

Fashion   |   Shane Donglasan

Sustainable luxury behind John Hardy jewelry

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Lofty Rosemary

Nest   |   Shane Donglasan

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The American Dream

Culinary Beat   |   Kaye Warr

What happens when we take our dreams and run with them?

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Coconut Creation

Pantry   |   Phil Lederer

Tropical tastes with a global flair.

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Inside Dementia

Body & Health   |   Phil Lederer

The aging of the mind.

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True Grits

At The Table   |   Kaye Warr

Why Floridians can’t stop talking about shrimp and grits.

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Shellfish Motives

Pantry   |   Phil Lederer

The world is our oyster

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Fashion Week Redesign

The Idea   |   Jacob Ogles

Fawley-Bryant designs this spring’s hottest venue look.

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Enduring Memory

What's Next   |   Shane Donglasan

Breakthroughs in Alzheimer's Disease

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Velazquez Vindicated

Culture City   |   Phil Lederer

Chief conservator Barbara Ramsay inspects “Philip IV, King of Spain”

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Blueprints ofInspiration

In Brief   |   Jacob Ogles

Jesse Biter talks development

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Hatching A Plan

Giving Good   |   Phil Lederer

How a local 12 year-old is saving sea turtles

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What's Your Mayor's Superpower

Politico   |   Jacob Ogles

Many mayors, differing roles.

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Eclectic Geometric

Catch   |   Shane Donglasan

Shape your look with geometrics

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Bricks & Mortar

Agenda   |   Jacob Ogles

A return to construction after the recession.

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Lawn Bowls

Sporting Life   |   John Hardy

Bowlers donning white keep the tradition alive in Sarasota

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Artistic Sculpting ofSpace

Dispatches   |   Joseph G. F. Farrell, AIA

The greatest goal of the architect.

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When Did You Buy Your First Home?

Quid Pro Quo   |   Jacob Ogles

Local real estate professionals remember their first homes.

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Mon
3/30
Real Estate
Single Family Home Sales
A total of 585 sales closed on single-family homes in Sarasota County in February, a 10 percent increase from February 2014, according to statistics released by the Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee. Median sales price also jumped 5.9 percent from last year to $196,000. Read More ›
Mon
3/30
Architecture
Truce on Canopies Until Further Deliberation
A set of canopies connecting the Sarasota Museum of Art with the Paul Rudolph-designed Sarasota High School will stand for now, as area architects and officials from Ringling College of Art and Design research the history of the structures. Ringling College President Larry Thompson met Friday morning... Read More ›
Mon
3/30
Design
Joe Farrell, Architects Hawaii
When the Center For Architecture Sarasota held its grand re-opening last week, an honored guest was Joe Farrell, who originally designed the Orange Avenue structure with the late William Rupp. Farrell spoke with SRQ about the structure and the ongoing celebration of the Sarasota School of Architecture... Read More ›
Mon
3/30
SRQ Media Group
‘Houses’ Explores Artistic Process Amid Sandy Aftermath
The sight of hurricane damage is one Floridians know all too well. Now a film shot in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy by a director with family ties to Sarasota County is set to premiere at the Sarasota Film Festival. Houses, a movie with a higher profile than many films screening this year thanks to … Continue reading ‘Houses’ Explores Artistic Process Amid Sandy Aftermath Read More ›
Sat
3/28
SOON
Paint The Town Blue In April
Following the tragic death of her grandson at the hand’s of his mother’s abusive boyfriend in 1989, a Virginia grandmother began a movement to raise awareness of child abuse and neglect.  Since that time, the blue ribbon has become the symbol nationwide for child abuse prevention.  In... Read More ›

Latest Post The April edition of SRQ Magazine is here! Always popular, this issue features the winners and finalists of the annual Best of SRQ Local competition. Readers voted, and the results are in – our community is proud of the local establishments that allow us all to live local. Pick up your copy today to find […]

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Latest Post Yesterday, we celebrated another year of Best of SRQ Local Readers Competition at our studios! Winners and finalists from the 2015 competition enjoyed a sneak peek at the April Best of SRQ Local and a few special treats from some of the featured locations around town. As winner’s opened envelopes revealing the finalist and winner […]

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Yesterday, we celebrated another year of Best of SRQ Local Readers Competition at our studios! Winners...

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