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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

Friday Weekend Edition – Sep 24, 2021

As Seen In SRQ Magazine | Michelle's Brown Bag Cafe •  Artist Brian Miller Leans into Pop and Color, for Now •  National Finalist for Boys & Girls Clubs of America Youth of the Year, Jorge Hernandez-Perez •  SPAACES Announces Its Season Opening Night Events •  Local Dental Student Recognized with Florida Dental Association Dental Student Award •  ArtisTree Landscape Maintenance & Design Hires New Managers to Accommodate Continued Growth in Sarasota and Manatee Counties •  Five-O Donut Co Opens Fifth Location in Bradenton •  Gulf Coast Community Foundation Invests in Circus Arts Conservatory •  Art Center Sarasota Receives Grant from The Florida Department of State Division of Arts & Culture

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 23, 2021

No Fast Solutions For Looming Piney Point •  Solutions to Avoid Red Tide (START) Launches Regional Healthy Ponds Collaborative •  Fancy Leaf Plant Co. Puts Down Roots in Parrish •  Ear Research Foundation's Communicator Masks Help the Hard of Hearing Community •  Manatee Chamber Announces Finalists for 41st Annual Small Business of the Year Awards •  Manatee County Accepting Applications for Children's Services Advisory Board •  Young Reader Wins Music Compound 'Rock Your Summer Reading' Grand Prize •  Circus Arts Conservatory Leaders Participate in World Acrobatics Society Event in Vegas

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Sep 22, 2021

BGCSDC Honors Archie Griffin And Lisa Bechtold at 2021 Leadership Breakfast •  TREE Foundation's Malaysian Walkway Officially Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site •  Sarasota Pledges Support for Military Caregivers as Hidden Heroes City •  Beckstein Charitable Fund of Manatee Community Foundation Awards $250,000 to Mote SEA •  Alzheimer’s Association Introduces ‘Lunch Time Learning’ Series for Caregivers •  Lieutenants Graduate Command Officer Management Course •  Debbie Dannheisser Threads Uses Fashion to Fight Cancer for the Children’s Cancer Center •  DreamLarge Launches Friends of Rosemary Park

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 21, 2021

Cafe Gabbiano Brings the Funky Umami for Truffle Season  •  Best of SRQ Nominations Open Soon •  New College Foundation Announces Speakers for Its 2021-2022 New Topics Lecture Series •  Pop a Bottle to Celebrate ATRIA Cafe's One Year Birthday •  SouthTech Makes Several New Hires Across Multiple Teams  •  County Commissioners Unanimously Approve Tax Reduction Without Reducing County Services, Projects •  Tempted To Do Italian Every Night This Week •  Hiring Event to be Held at Air&Energy Headquarters in Downtown Bradenton

Tuesday Foodie Edition – Sep 21, 2021

Monday Business Edition – Sep 20, 2021

There's Never Been A More Important Time to Quit Tobacco •  Striking Out the Stigma of Mental Illness •  Business Travel Slumps, But Leisure Lifts Sarasota •  Sonya Kristie, Caldwell Trust Company Vice President and Trust Officer, Earns Juris Master Degree •  Women's Resource Center Presents: 'Women in Law Enforcement: Careers in a Fast-Growing Industry' •  Nurture Nature, During 'Take a Child Outside Week' •  Heading to the Attic Isn't So Bad

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Sep 18, 2021

HUD Study On Affordable Housing An Important Read •  Inspiring Women in Leadership •  Supporting the Arts (and Science)

Friday Weekend Edition – Sep 17, 2021

Non-Fiction Book Review of 'You Can't Be Serious' by Kal Penn •  Sarasota Contemporary Dance Hosts Videography Course for Local Students •  Inaugural St. Armands Circle Arts Event Set to Premiere Saturday •  Plants, Advice and Demonstrations All Part of Extension Plant Sale •  Asolo Rep Awarded $35,000 Season Sponsorship from The Exchange •  The 50th Sunfish World Championship Comes to Sarasota •  Local Organization Offers New Virtual Spanish-Language Support Group for People with Parkinson’s

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Paws on the Ranch

Paws on the Ranch

Brittany Mattie | Sep 17, 2021

Brunch at the Ranch

Brunch at the Ranch

Ariel Chates | Sep 17, 2021

Ranch Dining Expansions

Ranch Dining Expansions

Jacob Ogles | Sep 17, 2021

Down By The Waterside

Down By The Waterside

Jacob Ogles | Sep 17, 2021