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Welcome to the archives of SRQ DAILY: Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning, produced by the team at SRQ Magazine. From this page, you will be able to view the most recent SRQ DAILY editions as well as search for a specific edition and keyword. The SRQ DAILY Business Edition runs on Mondays; the SRQ DAILY Philanthropy Edition publishes on Wednedsays; the SRQ DAILY Weekend Edition featuring arts and culture publishes on Fridays; and, the SRQ DAILY Perspectives Edition featuring op-eds, columns and letters publishes on Saturdays.

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This Week's SRQ DAILY Editions



Monday Business Edition – Jul 6, 2020

Mark Brewer to Discuss Why Change Drives Life at State of Talent Conference •  Pets We Love 2020 •  Hospitality Stays Positive In Face of Pandemic Hit •  Join The Players Studio in the Park •  FST Presents Virtual Improv Festival •  Brain Health Initiative Seeking Brain Health Scholars •  The Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces 2020-2021 Curatorial Council •  Selby Gardens Receives $600,000 State Appropriation to House Scientific Collections •  Governor DeSantis’ Budget Funds 489 Community Cultural Grantees •  Florida Cancer Specialists President Lucio Gordan, MD To Lead Online COVID-19 Impact Session  •  DOH Sarasota Sets COVID-19 Testing Dates in South Sarasota County •  Grapevine Communications Gets A Refresh During Quarantine

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 4, 2020

Mom's World Mid-Pandemic  •  Freedom. Responsibility. Vote! •  Guiding Lights of Our Community  •  Obligated to Stand •  Check-Mating COVID-19 •  Citywide Public Health Emergency Extended Through July 10 •  Three Veterans Find True Independence This Independence Day

Friday Weekend Edition – Jul 3, 2020

Foragers Ahead •  Piano Man Bruce Ensinger Celebrates Victories Both Big and Small •  Ag Museum Provides Take It Make It Tuesdays and Thursdays •  Learn About Virtual Volunteer Opportunities in Mentoring on July 13 •  A New Edition of "Music Moves Us" Begins Next Week •  Jazz Around Town on July 4th •  Child Protection Center Launches Monthly Giving Program •  Van Wezel Foundation Hires Chief Financial and Administrative Officer •  Fishman & Associates Selected to Design the Food and Beverage Areas for New Sheraton Hotel  •  The New Menu at element: steak. seafood. pasta. is an Eclectic Hit  •  St. Armands Garage Internationally Recognized for Sustainability •  Calling for Youth Nominations for Brain Health Scholar Program •  Local Businesses Step Up to Furnish New All-Star Children’s Foundation Foster Homes •  Brants Bookstore Re-Opens in the Limelight District •  Manatee District Reschedules Graduations •  Doctors Hospital of Sarasota New Visitor Guidelines Effective Monday •  Children First Awarded $50,000 Grant From the McCune Family Foundation •  Juices, Smoothies and Bowls, Oh My.

Friday Weekend Edition – Jul 3, 2020

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 2, 2020

Pets We Love 2020 •  Latest SMH Update from CEO David Verinder •  Free Masks Available at Office of Economic Development  •  London Bay Homes Enjoys Robust Model Activity in The Founders Club •  Manatee County Encourages Residents to Avoid Heat Exposure During Fourth of July Weekend •  Supervisor of Elections Offers Vote-By-Mail for 2020 Primary and General Elections •  The Florida Center Receives $100,000 in Grants to Help Vulnerable Families •  Local Rodeo Camp Celebrates 10th Anniversary •  SRQ Opens Shade Parking As Air Travel Increases •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Receives National Excellence Award in Fundraising •  Selby Gardens Returns to Phase One of Reopening  •  How Much Should I Be Watering My Plant? •  Sarasota Superintendent Finalists Answer Community Questions

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 2, 2020

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 2, 2020

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Jul 1, 2020

Feeding the Region •  DOH Sarasota Adds Second Day of COVID-19 Testing in South Sarasota County •  Voter Registration and Party Change Deadlines Nearing for August 18 Primary •  Manatee Community Foundation Announces New Board of Directors •  Scott Guinn Named Director of Development for Sarasota Opera •  Nicole Zimmerman Joins ATLARGE As Director of PR and Communications •  Florida Studio Theatre Announces In-Person Adult Educational Offerings •  Doctor's Choice Implements Long-Term Safety Protocols and Offers Telehealth Options •  Schemmel Group Earns Top Rankings in Sarasota •  Sarasota Memorial Hospital Named Among 100 Top Hospitals  •  University of South Florida Consolidation Takes Effect July 1 •  John Cannon Homes Recognized as Preferred Builder at The Founders Club •  Women's Resource Center Hosts Free Careers in Finance Webinar  •  The Hermitage Artist Retreat and Van Wezel Foundation Announce UNSCRIPTED: Arts from the Inside Out •  CFSC Donors Issue Grants Supporting Animal Welfare, Health Care, School Readiness, and Summer Education •  The Players Centre Raising Funds With a Virtual 5k This August •  Ron DeSantis Signs Off On Significant Hikes in Sewage Fines •  Roskamp Institute and Sarasota Bay Club Commit to Long-term Partnership with Longboat Key Paradise Center •  Doctors Hospital Named Top 100 Hospital by IBM Watson Health •  Sand Cay Beach Resort Implements 'Heroes' Program

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jun 30, 2020

Brain Boost •  Red Velvet Waffles and Fried Chicken •  Woman’s Club of Palmetto Creates A Lasting Scholarship Legacy •  Last Day to Donate to ALSO Youth Give Out Day Campaign  •  Attorney Scott Westheimer Named to Florida Trend's Legal Elite •  FCCI Insurance Group Names Cina Welch, Esq. as President & CEO •  The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature Planetarium to Reopen Wednesday •  Nine Williams Parker Attorneys Named to Florida Trend’s Legal Elite and Up and Comers Lists •  G's Southern Kitchen Is Shakin' Up Your Soul Food Favorites •  Teen Court of Sarasota Receives a $25,000 Matching Grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County •  Face Masks Required in City of Sarasota Starting July 1

Tuesday Foodie Edition – Jun 30, 2020

Monday Business Edition – Jun 29, 2020

Headliners Summer Series Presents Secretary Halsey Beshears •  Aqua-Tots Swim Schools Opening New Location Soon in Sarasota •  Local Bradenton RFID Technology Company Now Stocking Face Masks and PPE Items •  SMH Promote Mask Use as Sarasota Considers Ordinance •  HVAC Installation & Maintenance Fast-Track Training Graduation •  Manatee Clerk of Court Angel Colonneso Sworn in as President Elect of the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers  •  SMH CEO Urges Stronger Precautions •  Foundation Expands Virtual Training for Consulting for Nonprofits •  District Presents Superintendent Candidate Panel Interviews and Community Q&A Session July 1st •  Manatee County Administrator's Presents $710 Million Recommended Budget for Coming Year •  DOH Sarasota Closes Main Immunizations Clinic as a Precaution After COVID-19 Exposure •  Blue Mimi Takes On Your To-Do List

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UnMasked: Electronic Caregiver

UnMasked: Electronic Caregiver

Ariel Chates | Jun 30, 2020

Pets We Love

Pets We Love

Ariel Chates | Jun 19, 2020

Feeding the Region

Feeding the Region

Jacob Ogles | Jun 12, 2020

UnMasked

UnMasked

Ariel Chates | Jun 12, 2020