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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



Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jan 21, 2020

Shakshuka, the Unicorn of Breakfast Foods •  Now Online - In Conversation: Innovation In Medicine •  Robertson Launches New Personal Injury Law Firm  •  DOGPerfect Announces the Grand Opening Celebration of Its Third Location in the Landings of Sarasota •  Cold Weather Shelters Opens Tonight in Sarasota •  American Dreams Restaurant Group Welcomes Plaza Bistro n’ Tavern to its Portfolio •  Local Foundations Push to Re-establish Florida Forever Fund

Monday Business Edition – Jan 20, 2020

Shark’s Tooth Festival Announces Music Lineup for 28th Annual Event •  Barbara Gaunt-Jaehne Receives Venice Lifetime Achievement Award •  Explore Your World Backpack Kit Available at Sarasota County Libraries •  Circus Sarasota To Showcase the Finest International Talent in 2020 Show •  Xfinity Gives Cybersecurity Service to Florida Customers for Free •  From Wave to Wood •  Baugh Attends, Praises Signing of China Deal

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Jan 18, 2020

County 2020 Priorities Correctly Focus on Infrastructure •  Heeding 'Her Deepness' to Save Our Seas •  Studentsourcing a Solution at SCF •  The Ringling Launches Community Gallery with Student Photography Exhibition •  Sarasota Orchestra Presents Iconic Songs of the 70s’ in May Outdoor Pops Concert •  SHINE Medicare Counseling Program Seeks Volunteers •  Sarasota Military Academy raises $82,000 through Donor Match Campaign •  2020 Forks & Corks Winemaker Events •  New Year. New You.

Friday Weekend Edition – Jan 17, 2020

Sarasota Military Academy raises $82,000 through Donor Match Campaign •  SouthTech COO to Speak at Upcoming GCBX Event •  Sarasota Opera Invites the Community to a FREE Open House •  Find The Perfect Pairing During the 2020 Forks & Corks Winemaker Events •  RCAD Celebrates Black Artistic Achievements with “Spectrum” Exhibition •  Ringling College Library Association Presents 2020 TOWN HALL Lecture Series At Van Wezel Performing Arts Center •  HOPE for North Port Partners with Iglesia Neuva Esperanza to Bring Relief to Puerto Rico •  Florida Surgical Clinic’s Dr. Jenna Kazil First on Florida’s West Coast to Offer New Procedure for Dialysis Patients •  From Wave to Wood

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jan 16, 2020

Ahead of the Trend •  The Bay Park Achieves Milestone with Newly Opened Fountain Garden •  American Marketing Association of Tampa Bay to Host a Sarasota-Manatee Event •  Worksites in Sarasota Committed to Employee Health and Wellness  •  Kristina Eastmond & Melissa Walsh, CFP®, CFA, AIF®, Earn Promotions and Appointment as Principals at Allegiant Private Advisors •  Sarasota Kayak Retailer Provides Open Water Support in Tampa Bay Frogman Swim 5K •  Buchanan, Good Prepare For Expensive Campaigns •  All Aboard For A Murder Most Fun

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Jan 15, 2020

Sarasota Memorial Hospital Celebrates with 1,000th TAVR Patient •  UTC Hosts Food Drive to Benefit All Faiths Food Bank •  Community Foundation of Sarasota County Accepting Applicants for Scholarship Program •  Venice Theatre Receives Match Challenge of $1M •  Harvest House Hosts 7th Annual Fundraiser  •  Newtown Community Cleanup Set for January 25 •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County to Announce its 2020 Youth of the Year •  Manatee Memo for Mote Marine Aquarium Visitors •  Connecting Potential Investors with Local Tech Entrepreneurs •  "Canopy Meg" Selected as First Female STEM Visiting Distinguished Professorship at National University of Singapore

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jan 14, 2020

Brooke Chase Associates Recruits Todd Green as Field Technical Service Representative Mid-Atlantic for Charlotte Pipe •  District Maintains Strong Graduation Rate for 2018-19 •  Michelle Armstrong Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group •  Florida Named Best State to Retire by WalletHub •  SRQ Airport Traffic Growth Continues With 58% Increase in December •  USF School of Architecture + Community Design Students Revision Marina Jack Waterfront  •  Element Hosts Sips & Fromage Event

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Britt Mattie | Jan 15, 2020

Living on the Veg

Living on the Veg

Brittany Mattie | Jan 10, 2020

Grey Matters

Grey Matters

Brittany Mattie | Jan 10, 2020

Don't Worry, Bee Happy

Don't Worry, Bee Happy

Brittany Mattie | Jan 10, 2020