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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 – Sep 29, 2020

Let's Do Takeout •  Sage Announces Awaited Reopening Just in Time For New Fall Menu •  Sarasota-Manatee Originals Reinvent Annual 'Set The Bar' Competition •  Join MOMLETA's Fall Fitness Challenge 2020  •  Support Sarasota Youth Opera for a Taste of Downtown •  Selby Gardens' Compromise Master Plan •  Michael Saunders and Company Welcomes Ashley Weaver to the St. Armand Circle Office •  Ringling College Students Design Pet Toys Sold Locally at DOGPerfect •  More Tang than a SweeTart •  Early Bird Registration for 2020 Virtual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit Now Open

Tuesday Foodie Edition – Sep 29, 2020

Monday Business Edition – Sep 28, 2020

Restaurants Move Cautiously As Restrictions Lift •  Steven Pajevic Named to Business Observer’s 40 Under 40  •  Sarasota Partner Meghan Serrano Has Been Named the 2020 Board Member of the Year •  The SouthTech “Data Dump” Event Returns to Ed Smith Stadium •  Citywide Public Health Emergency Extended through October 2 •  Living Vogue Real Estate Records Highest Price Land Sale in Sarasota County •  Children First Named Top 12 Best Place to Work in Sarasota-Manatee •  WSLR Community Radio Expands Covid Coverage  •  B & I Contractors Announces 13 Apprenticeship Graduates •  Van Wezel Foundation Receives $10,000 Grant from Gulf Coast Community Foundation

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Sep 26, 2020

Reopening In A Raging Pandemic •  Creativity in the Midst of the Coronavirus  •  We Support Terry Turner

Friday Weekend Edition – Sep 25, 2020

Caribbean Splash •  Homegrown Sheep Wool Shorn & Dyed Just in Time for 'Sweater Weather' •  The Van Wezel Gets into Good Trouble •  County Commissioners Approve $740 million net Annual Budget •  Manatee County Accepting Applications for Healthcare Advisory Board  •  Simone Peterson Elected to Board of Directors of Manatee Community Foundation •  Genius Loci: A Sense of Place in Story, Music, & Poetry Heralds the Return of the Hermitage Artist Retreat's Outdoor Performance Beach •  Census Push •  30-day Public Comment Period is Now Open for the Draft Transform Plan •  Van Wezel Foundation Receives $10,000 Grant from Gulf Coast Community Foundation

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 24, 2020

Sailing Home Sarasota •   •  London Bay Homes' Newest Model at The Founders Club is Nearing Completion •  Patricia Baker's Team Earns RE/MAX Platinum Club Award •  Cindy Quinn Honored for Outstanding Performance •  SVN Commercial Advisory Group Manages the Purchase of $1.76 million Medical Office Investment Property •  Siesta Key Sports & Physical Therapy Celebrates Ten Years in Sarasota •  Goodwill Manasota Provides ESOL Classes for its Employees •  Tidewell Foundation Announces the Opening of its Full-Service Medical, Social and Recreation Center on Longboat Key •  Centauri Insurance Welcomes Paul Knutson as Vice President of Capital & Reinsurance Strategy •  Gregory Forms Committee to Fight Amendment 2

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Sep 23, 2020

Global Flavors •  SarasotaMOD Weekend to Honor Architect Carl Abbott  •  WBTT and Key Chorale Present Streaming Video from 2019 Collaboration •  Arts Advocates Presents Speaking of the Arts: Exploring and Supporting the Creative Process •  “Transform 2045” Long Range Transportation Plan •  Temple Beth Israel of Longboat Key Awarded $55,000 Multi-Year Grant from Community Foundation of Sarasota County •  Center for Architecture Sarasota Welcomes Ryan Perrone To Its Board •  Sarasota County Schools Announces 23 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists •  Music Compound Presents Free Family Day  •  Cindy Cavallaro-Day •  Brooke Chase Associates, Inc. Recruits Emira Mukanovic as US Payroll and Benefits Manager for Hardwoods Distribution, Inc.  •  County Business Tax Due September 30th •  Boys & Girls Clubs of America Names Meghan O. Serrano Board Member of the Year

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 22, 2020

Permission to Feel •  Van Wezel Offers Single Tickets for Select Shows This Week •  FST Hosts Virtual 24-Hour New Play Creation Event •  Michael Saunders and Company Welcomes Trent Compton to the Anna Maria Island Office •  Michael Saunders and Company Welcomes Emily Coleman to the St. Armand Circle Office •  Support Sarasota Youth Opera for a Taste of Downtown •  Justin Hamilton Joins RE/MAX Platinum Realty •  Kaylin Hamilton Joins RE/MAX Platinum Realty •  Impeccable Architecture in Avocado Toast

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Virtual Politics

Virtual Politics

Jacob Ogles | Sep 15, 2020

Garden Party Showstoppers

Garden Party Showstoppers

Brittany Mattie | Sep 15, 2020

Arcade to Arena

Arcade to Arena

Phil Lederer | Sep 15, 2020

Global Flavors

Global Flavors

Olivia Liang | Sep 9, 2020