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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

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Mar 3, 2021

SRQ Strong Presents “Families & Youth Working for Social Justice”  •  The Jewish Federation Hires Camp Marci Lynn Director •  CARES Assistance Applications for Nonprofits and Businesses and Homeowners to Open This Month •  The Bishop's Summer Science Camp Registration Open Now •  Meals On Wheels of Sarasota Kicks Off Annual March for Meals  •  Halfacre Construction Company to Construct New Charter School Near Sarasota Bradenton International Airport •  Myakka Elephant Ranch Closes to Public But Excitedly Undergoes Renovations •  Architect Michael Halflants Elevated to College of Fellows •  Commissioners Support 222 New Jobs in Sarasota County •  Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College Announces Its 2021 Spring Semester •  The Junior League of Sarasota's 44th Annual Simply Sarasota Tour of Homes •  Introducing Achieva Credit Union's March 2021 BrandStory •  The Association of Fundraising Professionals Announces March 2021 Program •  $122,850 Awarded to Support Nonprofits Caring for Animals •  Humane Society of Sarasota County Unveils New Sensory & Enrichment Garden

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Mar 2, 2021

Colombian Comfort Food from Mi Sitio •  Manatee Memorial Hospital First in Manatee County to Receive the ACC Transcatheter Valve Certification •  The Paradise Center and the Tidewell Foundation Present My Life, My Choice Seminar •  Ping Faulhaber Elected to Gulf Coast Community Foundation Board •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties Now Accepting Applications for Summer Program Membership •  Florida Studio Theatre Welcomes J Paul Nicholas as New Associate Artist •  Manatee County Seeks Public Feedback on County Plans to Address Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding •  Women’s Resource Center Hosts Free Webinar on the Power of Social Connections •  Sarasota County Earns Green Supply Chain Award for the Fourth Time •  Crews Bank & Trust Welcomes New Portfolio Manager •  Wine Dinner at the Ringling Grillroom •  Online Gallery Opens Connecting Art & Advocacy •  Vino-Vino Announces New Puglia Prix-Fixe Mondays •  Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams Opens in Sarasota •  Now Online: In Conversation with Lakewood Ranch Leaders

Monday Business Edition – Mar 1, 2021

Fawley Bryant Welcomes New Senior Project Manager and Architect  •  Bookstore1Sarasota Hosts Conversation with Author Brad Balukjian of The Wax Pack: On the Open Road in Search of Baseball’s Afterlife •  Program Incentivizing Residents to Plant Mature Trees Returns •  Tidewell Hospice Welcomes Dr. Daniel Deems to Board of Trustees •  Florida CraftArt Welcomes New Board Members Starlett Massey and Elizabeth Reilinger  •  Aimee Cogan Named to Forbes Magazine’s List of Best-in-State Wealth Advisors •  The Florida Studio Theatre School Announces In-Person Spring Break Camp •  Southwest Airlines Adds Seasonal Service to Milwaukee •  Art Center Sarasota is Looking for Volunteers •  Goodwill Announces Committee to Oversee Use of $10M Gift •  McFarland Speaks at CPAC, Preps for Session

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Feb 28, 2021

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Feb 27, 2021

Mid-Century Modern •  How Lakewood Ranch Became a Fiasco •  Philanthropy During the Coronavirus

Friday Weekend Edition – Feb 26, 2021

Weathering the Storm  •  Florida Studio Theatre Reopens With Two New Musical Revues for Socially-Distanced Audiences •  Embracing Our Differences Displays Six Works of Art from Its 2021 Exhibit at Ed Smith Stadium During Orioles’ Spring Training •  Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Delights With Open-Air Show Light Up the Night!  •  Sam Gilliam: Selections Is Now Open At Ringling Gallery •  The Ringling Invites Guests to Find Respite on 66 Acres of Bayfront Gardens •  Restaurateur Natalia Levey Launches Latest Asian-Inspired Concept in Downtown Sarasota •  Key Chorale Presents Mozart's “Coronation Mass,” and Haydn's “Lord Nelson Mass," in Coronation: Mozart & Haydn •  Attorney John Dumbaugh Certified as Real Estate Law Expert for 35th Continuous Year •  La Musica International Chamber Music Festival Cancels its 35th Season  •  Sarasota Ballet Winners Invited to YAGP North American Finals •  After Hours at The Bazaar •  Main Street Creamery's Grand Opening Extravaganza is Happening •  Sarasota Concert Association Presents The John Miller Jazz Ensemble •  Cat Depot Valentine Fundraiser Still Open •  Max Osiris and the Crypto Art Rabbit Hole

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Feb 25, 2021

Coconut Confection  •  Diverse Perspectives Yield Exquisite Design •  Sarasota Joins Wyland Foundation's Nationwide Challenge to be ‘Water Wise’ •  Gurley & Associates Awarded 2021 'Best Law Firm' by U.S. News •  Fifth Third Named One Of The World’s Most Ethical Companies •  Lakewood Ranch Medical Center Named Best Maternity Hospital 2021 By Newsweek •  Spirit of Manatee to Celebrate the Generosity and Resilience of Giving •  Wildlife Inc. Has Its Own Day and Joins the World in Celebrating World Wildlife Day  •  Central Park of Commerce Building Sells for $4 Million •  Sarasota Architect Jonathan Parks AIA Awarded Best Of Houzz 2021 •  Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation Receives $300,000 Gift from Deb Kabinoff  •  The Marvelous Mr. Melvin

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Feb 24, 2021

Lifted Spirits •  Championing Students at LaunchPad4U  •  Sourcewell Awards Cruise Car Low-Speed Vehicle Contract  •  Van Wezel Announces Changes to 2020-2021 Season •  Music Compound Donates to Child Protection Center •  New College Foundation Welcomes Two Directors of Philanthropy •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County to Host a Conversation with Writer and Activist Kevin Powell •  Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation Board Grants $6 Million to Strengthen Community’s Resilience and Well-being •  Sarasota's New Most Expensive Home •  Van Wezel Education Department and Foundation Announce Free Bilingual Virtual Family Literacy Nights •  The Junior League of Sarasota Presents the 44th Annual “Simply Sarasota” Tour of HOmes •  National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Fashion Show for Rise Up For A Faster Cure •  The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature Returns Two Manatees to the Wild •  Physician Honored for Performing 2,000th Robotic Surgery Procedure at SMH •  Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Presents ‘Jazzlinks’ Education Program Virtually •  Intern Working with All Faiths Food Bank to Assist Area Veterans •  Baugh Retains Chair Post, Coryea Parts With County

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Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern

Olivia Liang and Brittany Mattie | Feb 16, 2021

Spun With Aloha

Spun With Aloha

Brittany Mattie | Feb 1, 2021

Brotherly Love

Brotherly Love

Brittany Mattie | Feb 1, 2021

Plenty of Horsepower

Plenty of Horsepower

Ariel Chates | Feb 1, 2021