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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 – Jan 27, 2021

Manatee County to Make $1.6 million Available Through Housing Rehabilitation/Replacement Program •  Sarasota Yacht Club’s Karen Harmon Earns Distinguished Club Executive Award •  Sarasota Mayor E-Newsletter Invitation •  Manatee County to Book 4,500 First-Dose Vaccine Appointments This Week •  Aqua Plumbing & Air Feeds 500 at the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office •  Demolition Leads Way to Final Stage of Sarasota Humane Society’s Expansive Renovation •  Premier Sotheby's Shatters the $7B Mark in 2020 •  Sarasota Realtor Earns GRI •  Community Day School Holds 'Beyond the Groundbreaking' Celebration •  The Patterson Foundation Strengthens National Campaign for Grade-Level Reading With $250,000 Contribution •  Michelle Crabtree Top Individual Agent Premier Sotheby's International Lakewood Ranch Office •  Findings of Trauma Treatment Survey Released by Resilient Retreat •  Purmort & Martin Insurance Agency Acquires Area Insurance Agency •  Kerkering Barberio Announces New Human Resources Manager •  Local All-Female Non-Profit Accepting Grant Applications for 2021 •  Southwest Florida Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Announces Board of Directors •  2021 Board & New Program Announced by Charitable Gift Planners of Southwest Florida •  PGT Partners with Children First in Honor of 60th Anniversary •  Forty Carrots and Sarasota County Jail Partnership to Benefit from $19,000 Grant •  Impact100 SRQ Kicks Off 2021 Membership Drive •  Pirates of Manatee-An •  SPARCCle on the Runway Fashion Show Returns This March

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jan 26, 2021

Swimming in a Savory Sea •  Humane Society of Sarasota County Offers No-Cost Medical Care for Special Needs Pet Adoptions •  NFL Super Bowl Surprise •  Sarasota County Seeks Naming Submissions for Legacy Trail Extension Trailheads •  Sea-Turtle Sculpture with Sustainability Message Unveiled in Venice •  Proof of Residency Now Required to Receive the First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine in Florida •  The Diversity Public Art Project Makes Progress and Will Host Artist Panel •  The Ringling Received Grant from The Warhol Foundation •  Icard Merrill Renews Commitment to Pro Bono Service •  The Founders Golf Club to Host Inaugural Heroes Ladies Intercollegiate Tournament

Monday Business Edition – Jan 25, 2021

The Outsiders: The Kayaker •  n Conversation With 2020 Top Doctor Dr. Fabian Ramos On Adapting to Change  •  In Conversation With 2020 Top Doctor Dr. Fabian Ramos On Adapting to Change  •  SMH Nurses Brace for Super Bowl, but Tourism Doesn't •  Asolo Rep to Receive $81,500 Strategic Partnership Grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County •  Art Center Sarasota, ASALH, and the Suncoast Black Arts Collaborative Announce the Winners of the 2021 Black Muse Exhibition •  Sarasota Cuban Ballet School Atlanta YAGP Winners •  Blalock Walters, P.A Welcome Attorney Michelina D. Carbone •  Ramos Center Kicks Off 2021 With New Providers and a Fourth Location •  Fruitville Elementary’s Johnson Named District’s 2021 Teacher of the Year

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Jan 23, 2021

Rise + Shine •  The Unity Paradox •  Healthcare, COVID and Creativity •  Get Real about #StopTheSteal

Friday Weekend Edition – Jan 22, 2021

Paying Wellness Forward •  Van Wezel Foundation Launches Artwork Anywhere Website •  Manatee County Accepting Applications for Environmental Land Management and Acquisition Committee •  Boys & Girls Clubs to Announce 2021 Youth of the Year •  Madeby Gallery Hosting Disney Fine Artist •  Coryphée Dancer Christine Windsor Retires from the Stage •  Partners Come Together to Rescue Two Cold Stressed Manatees •  The Hermitage Artist Retreat Presents “In Conversation with Playwright Emily Kaczmarek" •  Van Wezel Partners with Impact100 SRQ for Feed the Hungry Food Drive •  Arts Advocates Retains Mark Ormond as Curator •  Asolo Repertory Theatre Announces 2021 IllumiNation Digital Series •  The Ringling Receives Grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts •  Ringling College Celebrates Two Titans of American Art

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jan 21, 2021

Backyard Island •  Vote For the Best of SRQ Local 2021 •  Party Leaders Turn Eyes Toward 2022 •  Children First Announces New Directors and Leadership for 2021 Board of Directors •  Junkluggers New Electric Vehicle •  New Art Gallery Unveiled at Old Post Office •  Fifth Third Achieves Carbon Neutrality •  New Temporary Exhibit Coming to Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium •  The Van Wezel’s Education and Community Engagement Department Announces Free Virtual and Interactive Show •  The UTC Welcomes a Fleet of New Shops and Eateries for 2021

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Jan 20, 2021

Virtually Harmless •  SRQ Passenger Traffic for December Increases 12% Over November •  Teen Court of Sarasota Receives a Grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County •  Michael’s On East Adds Three New Catering Venues •  Firmo Construction to Convert Hotel Indigo in Downtown Fort Myers into Tapestry Collection by Hilton •  Community Foundation of Sarasota County Accepting Applicants for Scholarship Program  •  SMH Cancer Team Offers Advanced Chemotherapy Procedure •  Mothers Helping Mothers Offers New Moms Necessities and Financial Help •  New Inclusive Employer in Bradenton Celebrates Ribbon Cutting •  Freedom Boat Club Named to the Top 500 Franchise List •  Michael Saunders & Company Welcomes Eileen Saunders

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The Outsiders: The Diver/Spearfisher

The Outsiders: The Diver/Spearfisher

Brittany Mattie, Andrew Fabian and Olivia Liang | Jan 12, 2021

The Outsiders: The Backcountry Camper

The Outsiders: The Backcountry Camper

Brittany Mattie, Andrew Fabian and Olivia Liang | Jan 12, 2021

The Outsiders: The Kayaker

The Outsiders: The Kayaker

Brittany Mattie, Andrew Fabian and Olivia Liang | Jan 12, 2021

Passion in Motion

Passion in Motion

Abby Weingarten | Jan 12, 2021