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SRQ DAILY Sep 12, 2018

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Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

"Whitney made me want to sing, but Aretha taught me how."

- Naarai Jacobs, "Salute to the Queen"

[Theater]  WBTT Pays Tribute to the Queen of Soul
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

With Aretha Franklin’s passing on August 16, Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe knew that a tribute was in order. Franklin was, after all, the Queen of Soul—an icon that broke through musical and racial barriers to embed herself in the American culture. And with Salute to the Queen opening last night for a five-night limited production, the tribute arrived on time. Part musical revue, part biography, it had all the hits ("Respect," "A Natural Woman," "Think") and all the history, but who would play Franklin? Who could?

As a young singer, Naarai Jacobs’ vocal coach lived just down the hall—her father, Nate Jacobs. A performer himself, as well as founder and artistic director of Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, it seemed a wonderful, and convenient, fit. Naarai excelled. But one day, she remembers her father sitting her down for what would be a pivotal moment. “There’s only so much that I’m going to be able to teach you,” he said, “because I’m a man.” There remained a whole world of women’s vocal technique and presence for her to explore, he explained. “And you should start with Aretha Franklin.”

Naarai immersed herself in Franklin’s discography, watching old YouTube clips with Nate by her side, analyzing Franklin’s performance like a coach and the star quarterback watching game footage. He bought a box set of Aretha Franklin CDs; she uploaded them all onto her iPod for continued study. “Because I wanted to grow as a singer,” says Naarai today, “I made it a point to listen to her every single day after school.” The experience changed her life. “I call her the Vocal Bible,” she says. “Whitney made me want to sing, but Aretha taught me how.”

The lessons went beyond the music. “Just being a black person in America, you’re aware of the reverence we have for her,” says Naarai, but it was continued study of the music that revealed deeper reasons for that. Franklin’s freedom at the mic, to vamp and riff as the feeling took her, to wear her musical roots on her sleeve and in the recording studio was something wholly new to many listeners of the time. “That was too black, that was too church for pop music,” says Naarai. “And then you had someone like Ray Charles or Aretha Franklin come out and say, ‘I’m going to be whoever the hell I am, and you’re just going to accept it.’”

Still, with Franklin up on that “well-deserved” pedestal, Naarai has learned not to be nervous. She could never replace Franklin, and so won’t try to recreate her on stage. Rather, she looks to recapture the feeling that Franklin put into her performance, to harness that, work with it and pass it along to the audience. “I just have to be me, in the music,” she says. “I can’t wait to see people remembering this music.”

Salute to the Queen runs through September 15. Both Naarai Jacobs and Teresa Stanley—WBTT founding member turned Broadway star—will perform as Franklin, and narration will be provided by Nate Jacobs. 

Pictured: Naarai Jacobs belts a tune. Photo courtesy of Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe.

[Events]  Charcuterie Fights Cancer
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

In light of September's place as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, come join the community at Louies Modern and dabble in some smoked meats and foreign cheeses, while raising funds for a pediatric cancer cure. “Boards for Bravery” A Charity Charcuterie Event will be hosted by The Benjamin Gilkey Fund—a local organization creating groundbreaking strides towards children’s cancer research. Proceeds from the sales benefit research within Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and Blood Disorders Institute, and will inherently improve, prolong and preserve the lives of unbelievably heroic and brave kids like Benji.

This event is entirely new and unique to the area—and is more than sipping fine wine and feasting on delightful appetizers from Louies’ chefs (although that already sounds pretty great). Attendees will also have the chance to create their own smorgasbord board of luxury snacking—with a fanciful spread to choose from of specially-sourced meats, cheeses, veggies and delicious accoutrements provided by local artisans. There will also be local experts on-hand for pairing education to guide you on how to build the perfect charcuterie combo designed for your personal palette. You’ll even get to take home your handcrafted wooden board from JL Productions when you’re done, so eat up.

“I'm really looking forward to this event - such a great cause - and who doesn't like cheese??!” says Bev Murray, a confirmed attendee. 

Boards for Bravery, Sunday September 23, 4:30pm-7:00pm at Louies Modern, 1289 North Palm Ave., Sarasota.

Buy your tickets here.

[Community Foundation]  Teens Helping Teens
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

Scripted TV shows like Law & Order and Bull define the inside of a courtroom in the same light—tense, fraught and unnerving with harsh punishments and unforgiving practices. But for Teen Court of Sarasota, Inc., they want anything but for the children that end up on the stand. The youth problem-solving court provides students 8-18 who have been charged for minor offenses or misdemeanors, the opportunity to stay out of the criminal justice system, while still holding them accountable for their delinquent acts. In lieu of school suspension or expulsion and blanketed punishments often given by the alternative Juvenile Court, Teen Court offers instead, educational activities and development services designed to meet the specific needs of at-risk youths.

Teen Court of Sarasota was the first of its kind in the state and one of three youth courts (out of 57 total in Florida now) to operate as a nonprofit, which is where Community Foundation of Sarasota County steps in—to serve the school referral process and aid Sarasota County school administrators, guidance counselors, behavior specialists and principles the ability to send referrals for fair trial. And fair trial in this case means teens helping teens. The court is actually staffed by past offenders and youth volunteers who serve the roles of jury, lawyers, bailiffs, clerks and judges—operating very much like a traditional court—holding hearings and deliberating to determine an appropriate disposition. The defendant’s sentence is determined by their same-aged peers and usually includes community service, written essays, educational workshops, anger-management classes, mental health components for risky behavior or substance abuse programs in cases of alcohol or drug charges. And many do end up coming back to the courtroom on the other side as prosecuting or defending attorneys, jurors, etc.—admitting Teen Court “saved” them.

And with a 95% success rate—with only 4-6% of teens continuing to get into trouble—it’s plain to see how productive its restorative strategy is. “Instead of kicking them out of school, our mission is to keep them in school, give them a second chance for a brighter future and an opportunity to right a wrong,” Executive Director Heather Todd highlights. “We’re planting the seed for civic engagement.” The positive reinforcement actually proves to boost self-esteem and instill a passion for volunteerism by opening their eyes to the benefits of giving back and becoming active participants in finding solutions for problems that impact our community. Offenders can choose from beach cleanups facilitated by Mote Marine Laboratory, helping out at animal shelters, sports game concession stands, local theaters and moresubsequently introducing them to positive adult role models/mentors while exploring possible career choices.

“What’s special about Teen Court is the fact that we hear the defendants out, empower them to speak up and give them a voice in front of their parents, empathetic peers and educators,” says Todd. “We have kids from the richest families and kids from the poorest families. We serve everyone and welcome anyone that walk through those doors.” Because we’ve all made mistakes in our past haven’t we? Especially kids just trying to get through high school—often misguided or put in tough situations—the question of right from wrong becomes a blurred line. “They’re good kids who have just made poor decisions. And in Teen Court they can be heard,” Todd says. “A lot of times these young people feel misunderstood or unheard, but in this setting, their voices matter—it’s a beautiful process.”

Teen Court of Sarasota, Inc. has opportunities for and welcomes both youth and adult volunteers. If you're interested in their program, the best thing to do is observe the process for yourself. Check the calendar for Teen Court session dates which take place every other week, on Mondays in Venice and Wednesdays in Sarasota. 

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County is proud to partner with SRQ Media Group to highlight stories about community impact powered by philanthropy in our region, thanks to the support of donors and our local nonprofit partners. The Community Foundation is a public charity founded in 1979 by the Southwest Florida Estate Planning Council as a resource for caring individuals and the causes they support, enabling them to make a charitable impact on the community. 

Photo provided by Teen Court of Sarasota, Inc., 101 South Washington Blvd., Sarasota, 941-861-8460.

[Education]  Niche Ranks Pine View Best Public School in Florida

Niche, a Pittsburgh-based team dedicated to supplying easily accessible rankings, scores and report cards on educational institutions throughout the country has ranked Pine View School as the Best Public High School in the state of Florida. By compiling mounds of data from dozens of public data sources, including reviews from students, parents and professionals, and Niche engineers use proprietary algorithms and statistical techniques to analyze and compare different institutions. For a full list, and to see rankings based on diversity, best teachers and best college prep, visit the website below. 

Niche Ratings

[Education]  SCF Bradenton Offering Private Investigator Course

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) Workforce Solutions will offer a private investigator course October 26–28 and November 2–4 at SCF Bradenton. The course provides the basic information on becoming a licensed private investigator, including industry regulations, department rules, licensing criteria and investigation techniques. Cost of the six-day, 40-hour course is $395. This course meets the state licensing requirements to earn the Private Investigator Class CC intern license and qualifies those who pass the course to apply for a private investigator's internship through the Florida Division of Licensing. For more information, contact Lee Kotwicki, director of Workforce Solutions, at 941-363-7218, or email KotwicL@SCF.edu. To register, visit the website below. 

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota Course Registration

[Business]  Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast to Recognize Dowling and Jerde

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida will be honoring two of the community’s many successful businesswomen at its upcoming benefit, Pearls and Denim, this September, Rae Dowling and Roxie Jerde. Dowling serves as president of the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Board of Directors, and external affairs manager with Florida Power & Light. In her present position, she is responsible for government affairs and community relations in Sarasota, Manatee, DeSoto, Highlands and Hardee counties. A lifetime Girl Scout member, she is serving her second term as board president and National Council Delegate. She is a United Way Suncoast Board Member and served as the 2014 chairman of the board for the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce. Roxie Jerde, President and CEO, Community Foundation of Sarasota County, has worked closely with Community Foundation donors, along with area nonprofits, businesses, and foundations, to solve important issues affecting the community. She spearheaded the launch of DonorEdge—locally branded as The Giving Partner, in partnership with local foundations, and six successful Giving Challenges that have raised more than $40 million for our local nonprofits, strengthened by support from The Patterson Foundation. She is also a Girl Scout alum from North Dakota. 

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida

[Business]  Music Compound Opening Second Location Downtown

Music Compound will open a second location in downtown Sarasota in late September. The new location is adjacent to the new indie market, the Bazaar at Apricot and Lime, and will provide a new and innovative music studio for downtown residents and students. The studio is 1,000 square feet of space that offers the same vibe as the original location, including the inspiring music lounge. The downtown location will specialize in adult group classes, guitar, ukulele, songwriting, vocals and percussion. Classes will be offered during the day for retirees or working individuals looking for a great way to escape the office mid-day. Enrollment is open for adult group classes and they are offered weekly on Thursdays. The studio will be open the same hours as The Bazaar, October through December: Thursday through Saturday 10am–3pm. In conjunction with the Bazaar’s Grand Opening, Music Compound’s downtown location will host an open house September 26 from 5pm to 7pm. Music Compound will host a ribbon cutting and Grand Opening in January 2019. 

Music Compound

[Business]  Little Global Citizens Teams with Glazers Children's Museum

Locally based Little Global Citizens, the monthly subscription box that introduces children to the world through exploration of other countries, has announced a partnership with the Glazer Children’s Museum. Beginning in September, Little Global Citizens will curate weekly interactive programs in the Museum’s Global Café, showcasing a different country’s culture through the eyes of a child who lives there. The goal is to help children in Tampa Bay develop understanding and empathy towards children just like themselves, the world over. Each month, the Museum’s Global Café will highlight a new country through interactive cultural programming, from cooking demos to traditional folk crafts and more. Weekly programs will be held on Wednesday mornings. 

Little Global Citizens

[Food]  Self-Serve Grand Cru Wine Bar Opens in Sarasota

Grand Cru Wine Bar, a self-serve bar featuring a selection of fine wines and craft beers, has opened its doors in Sarasota. iPourIt installed 24 self-serve taps at Grand Cru, which features fine wines from around the world and craft beer. Grand Cru offers patrons the experience of pouring their own beer and wine, while also offering the traditional by-the-glass and by-the-bottle options. The self-serve wine bar offers a selection for all wine drinkers, regardless of their wine knowledge or palette. Grand Cru will be a bar that appeals to a wide array of drinkers, including wine connoisseurs, craft beer drinkers, and those who are new to wine and beer. 

Grand Cru Wine Bar

[Healthcare]  Carter Psychology Center Welcomes Medina

Carter Psychology Center has welcomed Pediatric Neuropsychologist Dr. Veronica Medina to the practice. Medina is a licensed psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of the cognitive, academic, social, emotional and behavioral challenges that accompany neurodevelopmental and neurological disorders. Being bilingual, she is also able to conduct psychological and neuropsychological evaluations in Spanish for patients of any age. Medina will be providing neuropsychological assessments and will aid parents in obtaining appropriate school- and community-based services while working with the Carter Psychology Center. Carter Psychology Center is a full service psychology practice staffed by 10 licensed Psychologists, offering services in Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Neuropsychology, Memory Disorders, Eating Disorders, Divorce & Separation, Health & Wellness, Executive Coaching and Education Assessment & Intervention. The practice has offices in Bradenton and Sarasota. 

Carter Psychology Center

[Real Estate]  Meyers Awarded Broker's License by FREC

Theresa Meyers of leading luxury Gulf Coast brokerage Michael Saunders & Company was recently awarded her broker’s license by the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC), a seven-member organization appointed by the Governor and tasked with regulating real estate licensees. Meyers completed the post-licensing educational requirements along with passing an FREC-approved course for brokers, consisting of 72 classroom hours and covering a range of topics, including state regulations, industry ethics and broker management. 

Michael Saunders & Company

[Inside the Brand]  CALL FOR STORIES

Do you know someone who's making a real difference? Someone whose passion for giving back has had a postivie impact on our community? Nominate them for the SRQ Local Hero Award. This is your opportunity to celebrate a deeply engaged volunteer for your organization who has gone above and beyond this past year to make our region a better place to live, work and play. 

Nominate your hero here!

[TODAY]  THEATER: Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged , August 21 – September 23

Pour the pirate sherry, braid the raven hair, polish up the handle of the big brass door, and celebrate Gilbert & Sullivan’s most beloved songs. Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged has delighted audiences across the US with lovingly loopy renditions and joyfully irreverent excerpts from HMS Pinafore, The Mikado, and The Pirates of Penzance. Last seen at New York’s 54 Below, this isn’t your grandmother’s Gilbert & Sullivan!

Florida Studio Theatre, 1241 North Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[TODAY]  GALLERY: Elsewhere , August 30 – October 5

This juried exhibition opens with a reception on August 30th.

Art Center Sarasota, 707 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236

[TODAY]  GALLERY: Florida Watercolor Show , September 7 – October 26

Considered one of the finest watercolor shows in the country, whether one credits the local talent or local beauty, watercolorists from around the state will be showing in all three galleries of the art center, taking over the entire space for this premier exhibition.

ArtCenter Manatee, 209 9th St. W, Bradenton.

[TODAY]  MUSEUM: Storytelling: French Art from the Horvitz Collection , September 9 – December 2

Explore two exhibitions selected from one of the world’s finest private collections of French art, “Imaging Text: French Drawings for Book Illustration” and “17th and 18th Century French Paintings,” from The Horvitz Collection. Features 60 drawings and 10 related prints for book illustration, created between the 16th and 19th centuries, as well as a selection of 10 paintings. Subjects range from mythological and religious scenes to more playful genre imagery.

The Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Boys & Girls Club 13th Annual Leadership Breakfast , September 14

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County will honor Dick Vitale, Sarasota Philanthropist and Sports Personality, and Todd Jones, Publix Super Markets’ CEO, at the 13th Annual Intertape Polymer Group Leadership Breakfast for their commitment to empowering local youth as future leaders. The event will be held on September 14, 2018 and will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club, located at 3100 Fruitville Road in Sarasota. Individual tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased at bgcsarasota.com. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Please contact Tanya Orr, Community Engagement Manager, for more information by calling (941) 366-3911 or emailing torr@bgcsarasota.com.   

Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club, 3100 Fruitville Road, Sarasota

[SOON]  MUSIC: Friday Fest: Dr. Dave Band , September 14, 5pm-9pm

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is wrapping up their Friday Fest summertime concert series this September with the Dr. Dave Band. A Bradenton favorite performing for more than a decade as a top-choice house band, this group knows how to wow a crowd with high-energy Southern Rock blended with bluegrass banjo and fiddle. During the show, don’t forget to indulge in the refreshments provided by Van Wezel, including local food trucks and popular beverage vendors. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and settle in for a good time.

Van Wezel, 777 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Watercolors from the Permanent Collection , September 15 – February 3

A selection of watercolors drawn from The Ringling’s permanent collections, illustrating various ways artists have used the medium. The exhibition will feature works by Edward Hopper, Charles Burchfield and Childe Hassam, among others.

The Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Dining for a Difference , September 20, 5pm-10pm

Join the Designing Daughters for Dining for a Difference, a community wide, dine out event featuring 20+ local Sarasota and Manatee County Restaurants who will donate a portion of all sales made on September 20 back to the Designing Daughters Grants Program for local Children and Family charities. Simply grab your friends, colleagues and neighbors, pick a participating restaurant and enjoy a meal. No ticket, no fancy clothes, just a night out with your favorite people.This simple act will make a huge impact for local families in need.

Multiple locations, Multiple locations

[SOON]  THEATER: Annie Get Your Gun , September 20 – October 7

Sure-shootin’ Annie Oakley can win prizes with her marksmanship, but she can’t get a man…or can she? This slice of magical American musical theatre still thrills audiences with the classic tunes of the legendary Irving Berlin.

The Players Centre for Performing Arts, 838 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: The Agency of Architecture: Meetup with Germane Barnes , September 21, 5:30PM - 7:30PM

Join the Center for Architecture Sarasota and Germane Barnes for a meetup and lecture. What is the role of the architect and architecture in today's intersetional environment? Can the architect, once singularly viewed as the master builder, be held responsible for non-inclusive space?

Center for Architecture, 265 S Orange Ave, Sarasota

[SOON]  GALA: 2nd Annual Taste of New Orleans Benefit Dinner , September 22, 6pm-9pm

Truly Valued presents its 2nd Annual Taste of New Orleans Benefit Dinner, at Michaels on the Bay at Selby Gardens with speaker Captain Todd Shear of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office and a night of entertainment with NuJazz. All proceeds support Truly Valued's mission of building self-esteem, confidence and character to promote a positive self- image, positively impact educational and career aspirations and improve academic achievement in adolescent girls. Dinner is complimentary and an opportunity to make a financial gift will be extended during the event.

Michaels on the Bay at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens', 900 South Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Boards for Bravery: A Charity Charcuterie Event , September 23, 4:30pm–7pm

Learn how to build the perfect charcuterie board while supporting pediatric cancer research. Inspired by Benjamin Gilkey’s love of charcuterie, admission includes wine and appetizers from Louies Modern, a handcrafted charcuterie board to take home, pairing education from local experts and the chance to create your own palette of fine meats, cheeses and delicious accoutrements, provided by local artisans. Proceeds benefit The Benjamin Gilkey Fund for Innovative Pediatric Cancer Research, which supports groundbreaking studies led by physicians at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

Louies Modern, 1289 North Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: iconcept jr: The Future of Fashion , September 23, 12pm

25 designers ages 8–16 are encouraged to use repurposed/recyled materials in their creations. Most of them will also wear their outfits in the runway show, adding self-confidence and stage presence as skills gained. The participants are treated to a professional fashion photoshoot for the program guide, as well as professional hair and makeup stylists backstage to complete their look. Proceeds from the event benefit the expansion of the Art Center's youth art education programs and help students who are in need of financial assistance receive scholarships.

Art Center Sarasota, 707 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: 16th Annual Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event , September 25, 9am-12pm; 7pm-8:30pm

Forty Carrots Family Center's Annual Free Community Speaker Event presented in partnership with Community Foundation of Sarasota County returns for a 16th year featuring best-selling author and parenting expert, Dr. Michele Borba. She will be discussing “How to Cultivate Mentally-Healthy, Resilient, Empathetic Children (Despite a Trophy-Giving, Anxiety-Driven, Helicoptered and Bubble-Wrapped Culture)” and “UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About Me World.” In these free presentations, parents and educators will learn how to shift children's focus from I, me, and mine, to us, we and ours. With examples from years of research, Dr. Michele Borba will offer a framework that yields successful, happy kids who grow up to be kind, moral, courageous and resilient adults.

Community Foundation of Sarasota County and Riverview High School Performing Arts Center, 2635 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota; 1 Ram Way, Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: 2nd Annual Grey Matters, A Symposium on Alzheimers Research , September 28, 11am-2pm

Don't miss out on this year's amazing Grey Matters Luncheon Symposium benefitting The Roskamp Institute. This year's Alzheimer's Disease-Research based Symposium will focus on lifestyle, wellness and healthy aging. For information or to be added to this year’s waiting list please call Megan Micale at (941) 552-9832.

Michael's on the Bay at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, 811 South Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Real Men Wear Pink Reveal Party , September 29, 5pm-7pm

Join the American Cancer Society as they reveal the 2018 Real Men Wear Pink of Sarasota–Manatee. The candidates will participate in a fashion show, hosted by the tenants of the Mall at University Town Center. Come out and see which men in our community are dedicated to raising funds and awareness to help fight breast cancer. Light refreshments will be served.

The Grand Court at The Mall at UTC, 140 University Town Center Dr., Sarasota.

[SOON]  THEATER: Raisin , October 3 – November 11

Taking place in the 1950s on the South Side of Chicago, the story revolves around a working class black family aspiring to a better life after the death of their father. Hope is sparked by the arrival of a $10,000 life insurance check. But conflicts arise when mother and son want to spend the money in different ways. 

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, 1012 North Orange Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: SkillSHARE October 4 Mentoring Summit , October 4, 5-7:30pm

Made for speed, SkillSHARE is the basics of mentorship concentrated into mini-sessions that encourage honest interactions and allow for spontaneous connection. This event is a way to meet like-minded professionals, make valuable connections and get straight to your most burning questions about career and personal development. Each participant will be paired with several mentors for mini-sessions. Lasting from 10-12 minutes, each mini-session is unstructured, allowing for conversation, guidance and direction from each mentor.

SRQ Studios, 331 S Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236

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