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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



Saturday Perspectives Edition – May 23, 2020

The Perils Of Pummeling The Press •  Today “Home” is More Important Than Ever. •  Reopening Requires the Use of EPE — Emotional Protective Equipment •  Motorworks Brewery Grand Opening •  Child Protection Center's New Rock Garden •  Sarasota County School's Academic Summer Programs Update •  Sarasota Citywide Public Health Emergency Extended Through May 29 •  Conservation Foundation Announces New $100,000 Pledge in the Race to Save Orange Hammock Ranch •  Florida Railroad Museum Reopening •  Asolo Repertory Theatre Introduces Young Artists: Online Classes •  ROBRADY'S GMX7 X1-PRO Makes a Splash with 2020 Red Dot Award Win •  The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation Awards COVID-19 Emergency Grant to Support Local Parkinson’s Community •  Sarasota County Extension Launches Free Outdoor Exploration Program for Youth at Home

Friday Weekend Edition – May 22, 2020

Kettle of Fish Swim New Waters with Virtual Happy Hour •  Social Connections Make a Difference •  Sarah Lodge to Fill a Vacant Position on the Sarasota County Public Hospital Board •  DOH Sarasota Set to Host Community COVID-19 Drive Thru Testing in Venice Next Week •  No Swim Advisory Issues for Brohard Beach in Sarasota County •  Community Members Brings Meals to Families in Need •  USDA to Provide $1 Billion in Loan Guarantees for Rural Businesses and Ag Producers •  E.J. Ledesma Named CEO for 360 Orthopedics •  WBTT Presents Family-Friendly Rockin' Down Fairytale Lane •  Summer Circus Spectacular Canceled Show Will Return Next Year  •   •  State Approves Manatee County Vacation Rental Reopening Plan

Friday Weekend Edition – May 22, 2020

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – May 21, 2020

Choosing the Best Soil to Grow Your Own Vegetables •  Sarasota Opens Beach, Experiments with Road Closures •  Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to Re-Open May 28 •  The Players Studio offers Four Virtual Summer Camps This June •  Bradenton Christian School Drive-Thru Parade •  Sarasota Film Festival Camps Are Now Virtual •  The DeMarcay Donates More Than 450 Meals to Feed First Responders •  Art and Frame of Sarasota is Open •  Ringling College of Art and Design is Proud to Announce its 2020-21 Trustee Scholar •  Healthy Teens Coalition of Manatee County to Honor High School Graduates •  Seven ‘Excellence in Experiential Learning’ Scholarships Awarded to Ringling College Students and Graduates •  Sarasota Academy Director Recognized with Rotary Vocational Service Award •  Salon Series 2020: May Event Canceled •  Conservation Foundation Permanently Protects Felts Audubon Preserve

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – May 20, 2020

Celebrating the Best Florist of 2020 •  Conservation Foundation's Virtual Summer Photo Contest •  Local Scholarships Strengthen Nursing Workforce  •  Bird Key Park Parking Lot Reopens to Public •  Sarasota Opera's Winter Opera Festival Opens with Tosca •  Cancer Patients Report High Satisfaction with Care During COVID-19 Pandemic •  Bobby Jones Golf Club Nature Trails Reopen •  Manatee Memorial Hospital Expands Visitation Guidelines •  Comcast Awards $10,000 in Scholarships to Sarasota High School Seniors •  The Cameron, London Bay Homes’ Newest Luxury Estate Model in The Founders Club Opens for Viewing •  The Players Centre for Performing Arts Reaches GuideStar’s Highest Seal of Transparency •  Choral Artists of Sarasota Will Feature a Virtual July 4th American Fanfare Concert •  Finding Your Sense of Purpose During COVID-19  •  Asolo Rep Awarded $70,000 from Gulf Coast Community Foundation •  Fertilizer Restricted Season Returns June 1 •  The Florida Center Creates Free Resources to Help People Manage the Stress of Covid-19  •  Manatee County Commissioners Approve Sending Vacation Reopening Plan to State Leaders •  Avison Young Represents Kimco Realty in 10,500 SF, New-to-market Retail Lease with World’s Largest Swim School Franchise •  Mellow Mushroom Launches A Pie For A Pie Giving Back Initiative to Feed Assisted Living and Frontline Workers

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – May 19, 2020

Curry Station's Butter Chicken Offers Comfort and Flavor •  Get Creative for Mattison's MASKerade Contest •  Sarasota Opens Small Business Grant Program •  Brain Health Matters and Walking Makes a Difference •  Voting for Mote Marine's Sea Turtle Program •  City Commission Votes to Reopen Lido Beach •  Correction to the All Star Children's Foundation Article in SRQ DAILY •  Local Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Member Named 2020 Florida Youth of the Year •  SBA Southeast Leads 100,000 Strong Entrepreneurship Recovery Effort Across the South •  Support Local Art with the Alliance •  Jewish Federation Provides Emergency Grants to the Jewish Community  •  The Players Centre Announces 2020 New Players New Play Festival Finalists •  Centauri Insurance Welcomes Marcia Lamb as CFO •  ALSO Youth Celebrates Students and Class of 2020 Graduates •  Sarasota Art and Cultural Institutions Announce Phase 1 Reopening Plans •  Punta Gorda Symphony Awarded a Selby Grant •  Bradenton Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Launches Turtle Trail

Monday Business Edition – May 18, 2020

Sarasota Architectural Foundation Planning for 2020 Sarasota MOD •  Manatee Tiger Bay Club Hosts Two Upcoming Virtual Debates •  Continuing a Decade of Partnership and Workforce Development •  Stratum Announces Promotion of Wendy Kraszewski to Executive Director of Connexis Medical Services •  The Hermitage Artist Retreat Meets $100,000 Matching Pledge in Less Than One Month and Now Continues to Ride the Wave of Support •  Florida Studio Theatre Announces Winners of the Youth Playwriting Competition •  Asolo Rep Ground Floor Series Presents Making Musicals •  Economic Leaders Say Interest in Region Hasn't Waned •  All Star Children’s Foundation Welcomes New Clinical Team Members While Adapting to COVID-19 Challenges •  Siesta Creamery Reopens •  Attitude of Gratitude Makes a Difference Gratitude Amplifies Your Brain Health.

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Sarasota County will open beaches Monday to limited use

Sarasota County will open beaches Monday to limited use

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Brittany Mattie | Apr 15, 2020

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Brittany Mattie | Apr 15, 2020

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A Longboat Key Home Rocks the Atrium

Brittany Mattie | Apr 15, 2020