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"The Surf Expo show is one of our favorites! We love it because we get to see so many of our Northern accounts at the January show."

- Victoria Valentini-Madrid, Shore Brand.

[Shop Talk]  Lifestyle Fashion Brand Represents Florida Gulf Coast at International Surf Expo
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

As one of the largest and longest-running board sports and beach/resort lifestyle tradeshow in the world, Surf Expo draws buyers from specialty stores all across the US, Caribbean, Central and South America and other coastline-heavy countries. Open to trade and industry professionals only, the one-stop marketplace sees 1,000+ exhibitors, 9,500+ storefronts and 28,600+ attendees (including vendors, buyers and media) come through its bi-annual event, held every September and January at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. This year’s January 2020 show featured more than 2,500 booths of apparel and hardgoods, along with a full line-up of special events, fashion shows, film premieres, awards ceremonies, gear demos and a surfboard shaping competition. Representing the (941) was local lifestyle brand Shore with an inviting and stylish storefront booth—remarkably resembling its two boutique locations on St Armands Circle and Longboat Key. 

“The Surf Expo show is one of our favorites!” says Victoria Valentini-Madrid, the wholesale account manager for Shore.  “We love it because we get to see so many of our Northern accounts at the January show. Shore has a great following in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts, and the buyers love our Spring and Summer collections.” Valentini-Madrid mentions that Shore has gotten a lot of recognition because of the Disney Springs location, where so many buyers visit during the expo. “We also saw many fellow Floridians and our accounts throughout the Caribbean.” 

Among the 2,500 booths of apparel and hardgoods, Shore’s pop-up shop stood out with its iconic mid-century modern build inspo, showcasing racks of its upcoming beach-chic trends and staple accessories. “Stepping into Shore should feel like stepping into your next getaway and we look forward to bringing that aesthetic to our buyers."  Shore is now carried in retailers located in The Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, The Virgin Islands and Jamaica. As for what the new Summer collection beholds, Valentini-Madrid says to expect bright colors and fun prints on dresses, rompers and swimwear.

Photo of Shore's booth, courtesy of Victoria Valentini-Madrid.

Learn more about the September 2020 Surf Expo.  

[The Dish]  A Love Letter to Quebec
Andrew Fabian, andrew.fabian@srqme.com

Dear Quebec,

I hope this letter finds you well and warm in the glow of a good fire. Thinking of you so far up North, alone in your French heritage and surrounded by English-speaking Canadians, living through another bitter winter—it just makes me worry about you. I know what you’ll say; that you are strong and hardened against the cold, but, still, I worry. 

I went to a restaurant last week that made me think of you. It’s called The Daily Bird, and it was very chic and quirky like a lot of my favorite spots in Montreal. They specialize in fried chicken, and I was in need of some good comfort food after a rough day at the office. I step inside and take a seat at the counter, feeling like I was at some sort of upscale truck-stop diner, and I browse the menu only to find something unexpected printed casually under a section labeled “bits.” 


I thought to myself, “the universe is sending me a sign!” Of course, I ordered it. It came with a generous portion of thick-cut fries with some perfectly fried chicken strips mixed in. There were cheese curds, naturally, but also a mysterious government cheese sauce drizzled over the pile of fried bits. The gravy was salty and delicious, though—and please don’t be mad—I liked that there wasn’t so much that it made everything on the bottom soggy. The best part was the over-easy egg on top. When the yolk broke and ran down into the fries it was something else! I don’t know what they did with the fries, but there was this sticky sweetness on the outside, like they somehow candied them. And the chicken strips were perfect—crispy and a little peppery on the outside, juicy and tender on the inside. Even though it wasn’t traditional, I know you would’ve liked it too.

Anyway, I just wanted to share that with you and let you know that it brightened my day. 



Photo courtesy of Andrew Fabian

The Daily Bird.

[Government Announcement ]  County Government Offices To Close February 17 In Observance Of Presidents Day

Most Sarasota County Government offices will be closed Monday, February 17, for the national observance of Presidents Day. 

The following will be closed on Monday, February 17: Sarasota County Government offices; The SCAT administration office and downtown transfer station customer service window; Libraries and Historical Resources; Knight Trail Park pistol and rifle range; Sarasota County recreation centers; Administrative offices at the Central County Landfill at 4000 Knights Trail Rd. and the Chemical Collection Center at 8750 Bee Ridge Rd.; Sarasota County's Chemical Collection Center at 250 S. Jackson Rd., Sarasota County Contracted Human Services and Veterans Services. 

The following will remain open on Monday, February 17: The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County will operate normal hours, offering its full range of medical and public health services, Curbside collection services for trash, recycling and yard waste will not be affected by the holiday and will remain on the regular pickup schedule. Because collection times vary, residents should place materials at the curb by 6 am the day of pickup; Regular bus services and the Siesta Key Breeze will operate normal hours; Sarasota County's Chemical Collection Center and The Re-Uz-It Shop at 8750 Bee Ridge Rd., the Central County Landfill at 4000 Knights Trail Road and the Citizens' Convenience Center at 4010 Knights Trail Rd.


For more information, call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or visit www.scgov.net

[Boat Racing]  Travis Pastrana Joins Miss GEICO Offshore Racing Team

X Games, supercross, motocross, rally racing, NASCAR and record-breaking stunts…he’s done them all.  In 2020, action sports legend Travis Pastrana will share the cockpit of the 47-foot Miss GEICO Victory catamaran with world champion throttleman Sir Steve Curtis.  Together, they will seek to clinch a world championship title during the 2020 World Offshore Championship Series. Pastrana plans to utilize his long-honed skills developed while racing on dirt courses, as he transitions to a liquid track with constantly changing conditions. Class ONE boats will compete in six world class races during the upcoming season.  Stops include events in Cocoa Beach, FL on May 17-19; Sarasota, FL on July 5-7; Fort Myers Beach, FL on October 10-12; and Englewood, FL on Novemeber 22-24. Class ONE consists of the fastest race boats in the world. These boats weigh exactly 11,750 pounds with sealed 1100 horsepower twin race engines governed by Mercury Racing to ensure fair competition. All of the teams use the same propeller dimensions. The 47-foot-long Miss GEICO Victory catamaran is made of carbon and Kevlar for high performance and can reach top speeds of 160 mph. 

With identical boat weights, engine horsepower, and propeller sizes, Travis, Brit, and Steve will work closely with world renowned crew chief, Gary Stray, to make adjustments to the boat setup, propeller pitch, and plans for precise course management. The Miss GEICO Team is expected to make numerous appearances on the winner’s podium during the 2020 season.  

For the latest updates on Miss GEICO Racing, follow the team on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MISSGEICOTEAMUSA/ 

Travis Pastrana

To view the full schedule and tour dates, or to learn more about The Miss GEICO Team

[Home Maintenance ]  Murray Homes Launches Murray Maintenance

After 20 years of building 150+ luxury custom homes in Sarasota, Murray Homes has Launcehd Murray Maintenance to support existing and new clients in downtown Sarasota, The eys, and West of Trail neighborhoods. The service aims to provide homeowners with an ongoing "home helth check" and undertake preventative maintenance, giving them the ease and comfort of knowing that their home is being looked after and in tip-top shape. Additonally, the Murray team will be available to make recommendations and undertke work for additional renovations, such as paitning, decking, pool refinishing, and special projects.  

For more information on Murray Homes and Murray Maintenance

[New Homes]  Neal Communities Breaks Ground on New Lakewood Ranch Neighborhood

Neal Communities, Southwest Florida’s premier, private homebuilder, recently broke ground on a new community, named Windward. The 450-acre gated community will have 900 homes at its completion. The architectural inspiration for the community includes a collection of today’s most popular designs, including British West Indies, Coastal, Island and Farmhouse styles. Windward will include a 7.8-acre amenity center with a 9,600-square-foot clubhouse including gathering spaces, a fitness center, pools, dog parks, a playground, a sports field and multiple athletic courts including pickleball, tennis and volleyball courts. The community will also have a full-time lifestyle coordinator to plan and host events for residents throughout the year. Windward will offer 16 unique floor plans, seven of which will be on display as model homes. Plans are in development to construct a Discovery Center sales office. Floorplans will include paired villas and single-family homes. Paired villas range from 1,434 square feet to 1,524 square feet. Single-family homes start at 1,531 square feet and can be as large as 2,907 square feet. Windward is ideally located in Sarasota County along the southern gateway of Lakewood Ranch. Windward is just three-and-a-half miles east of I-75 at the corner of Lorraine and Fruitville Roads and is adjacent to Lakewood Ranch’s Waterside Communities. The community is close to A-rated schools in the area, as well as several private school options. Windward is currently scheduled to open in the Summer of 2020.  

Left to Right: Chris Clark, Laura Cole (Senior Vice President LWR Communities, LLC), Pat Neal, Allen McIntyre, Leisa Weintraub and Jason Frost

For more information on this project and Neal Communities

[Patron Awareness ]  Executive Director Richard Russell Warns Patrons To Beware Of Ticket Scalpers

Sarasota Opera has recently become aware that tickets to performances are being sold on reseller websites at inflated prices. Only Sarasota Opera sells valid tickets to performances at Sarasota Opera. Sometimes, a third-party website or vendor may offer to “broker” tickets for events to prospective attendees. Sarasota Opera is asking to please only purchase event tickets directly through Sarasota Opera. Sarasota Opera is not responsible for tickets purchased from online resellers (ticket scalpers). Tickets purchased from other sources may be more expensive and — most importantly — invalid. Executive Director, Richard Russell, urges all patrons to make sure that when purchasing tickets to Sarasota Opera performances, they are doing so from the only official ticket site: https://tickets.sarasotaopera.org.

Sarasota Opera logo is prominently displayed on the website and there is a photo of the opera house below it. Using this site guarantees patrons are receiving the best available price for tickets and are buying directly from Sarasota Opera.


Sarasota Opera House

Be sure to purchase tickets directly from Sarasota Opera here

[Local Food]  Affogato Bout It
Brittany Mattie

Italian for "drowned." In the literal sense, it's exactly how we like our gelato: drowning in espresso. From scoop to shot, the polarity between steamy and icy submerges ever so well for a morning, noon or night treat.


Click here to read the full story in our February 2020 Business Edition!

[SOON]  SPORTS: 2020 LECOM Suncoast Classic , February 10 – February 16, 8:30 AM

After the success of the inaugural LECOM Suncoast Classic, the tournament will return to the Korn Ferry Tour (previously the Web.com Tour) the week of February 10-16, 2020. Lakewood National Golf Club in Lakewood Ranch, Florida will again host the 144 professionals competing for a $600,000 purse and a chance to contend against the world’s best golfers on the PGA TOUR.

Lakewood National Golf Club, 17605 Lakewood National Parkway, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34211

[SOON]  SEMINAR: SWAC Lecture: Evans Revere , February 11, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Join the Sarasota World Affairs Council for the next program in its 2019-20 Lecture Series, “Not with a Bang: Moving toward the Endgame with a Nuclear North Korea,” featuring Evans Revere, Senior Director at the Albright-Stonebridge Group. Mr. Revere will discuss whether the U.S. prepared to live with a nuclear North Korea and the implications for America's security. Each SWAC lecture is followed by a members-only reception with the speaker in a historic building on Sarasota Bay. The lecture is free, but reservations are suggested.

Mildred Sainer Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  MUSEUM: The Automotive Art of Ferdinand Porsche and Enzo Ferrari , February 1 – May 1, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Guests can “step back in time” to see an in-depth history of both Ferrari and Porsche, and the incredible cars that were released along the way, at Sarasota Classic Car Museum’s upcoming exhibit. The exhibit will showcase over 16 Porsche models, from 1951 to 2004, as well as six classic Ferraris ranging in years from 1965 to 2011. This exhibit is included in the price of admission to the museum. 

Sarasota Classic Car Museum, 5500 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Circus Sarasota Showcases The Finest International Talent in 2020 Show , February 7 – March 1, 10 am - 5 pm

Sarasota’s hometown circus, Circus Sarasota, is ready to bring chills, thrills and laughs aplenty to audiences of all ages during its professional winter show, Circus Sarasota 2020. Each year, an international cast of renowned artists is chosen to showcase the finest acts in various circus arts disciplines. Once again featuring new and innovative acts, Circus Sarasota 2020 will offer high-flying, heart-stopping thrills, laugh-out-loud comedic antics, and acts that defy both expectations and the boundaries of human limitations. This year’s show features incredible artistry on the flag pole and single trapeze, fast-paced Alanian riders on horseback, hand-to-hand acrobatics, juggling, breathtaking aerial artists, and much more! All performances are rain or shine and take place under the air-conditioned Ulla Searing Big Top in Nathan Benderson Park (behind the Mall at UTC). Showtimes are Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7 p.m., Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2 p.m., and President’s Day (February 17) and Sundays at 1 and 5 pm. Tickets are $15-$55, with children under 2 free. Go to CircusArts.org, call the Box Office, or visit the Big Top Box Office beginning Monday, January 20, 2020 (140 UTC Dr., Sarasota) Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. When picking up tickets, please present your confirmation email or I.D.

Ulla Searing Big Top in Nathan Benderson Park, 140 UTC Dr., Sarasota

[SOON]  FILM: Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child , February 13, 1:00 pm

A thoughtful portrait of a renowned artist, this documentary shines the spotlight on New York City painter Jean-Michel Basquiat. Featuring extensive interviews conducted by Basquiat's friend, filmmaker Tamra Davis, the production reveals how he dealt with being a black artist in a predominantly white field. The film also explores Basquiat's rise in the art world, which led to a close relationship with Andy Warhol, and looks at how the young painter coped with acclaim, scrutiny and fame

Historic Asolo Theatre at the Ringling , 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota

[SOON]  FILM: A Ballerina's Tale , February 14, 1:00 pm & 6:30 pm

Few dancers reach the elite level of ballet; of that already small number only a fraction are black women. Misty Copeland shattered those barriers in 2015, making history as the first African-American principal dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre (ABT). A Ballerina’s Tale intimately documents Copeland’s historic rise while shining a light on the absence of women of color at major ballet companies. The film also explores how ballet’s emphasis on waifish bodies impacts the health of ballerinas while sending a negative message to young fans.

Historic Asolo Theatre at the Ringling , 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota,

[SOON]  MUSIC: Out-of-Door Movie Matinee Concert featuring Orchestra, Chorus, and Jazz Band , February 15, 2:00 pm

Out-of-Door presents a lively mix of songs from popular movies in a unique concert that’s free and open to the public!  Enjoy music selections from “Star Wars,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “James Bond,” “La La Land,” “The Greatest Showman,” “Moana,” “Walk the Line” and more. Admission is free with donations benefiting Manasota Buds.

Woodland Community Church, 9607 East State Rd. 70, Bradenton

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Viewpoint Lecture: Abstract Expressionism: The Genesis of a Movement , February 15, 10:30am

The American Abstract Expressionists came of age during the Great Depression of the 1930s and developed during World War II, when many European modern artists – from Joan Miró to Max Ernst took refuge in New York City, where the Abstract Expressionists first showed their work with dealers like Peggy Guggenheim, Betty Parsons, and Sidney Janis. This talk will look at the complex political and aesthetic contexts for the development of this movement, the first one in America to gain an international following. Dr. Gail Levin (PhD, Rutgers University) is Professor of Art History, American Studies, and Women Studies at Baruch College and the Graduate Center of CUNY. She is an art historian specializing in art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, with diverse research interests that include the work of Edward Hopper, Marsden Hartley, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Judy Chicago, women artists, Jewish artists, Chinese emigre artists, and contemporary art of the United States, Europe, and Japan, as well as American Studies and the cinema. Tickets are $10/ $5 for members. 

Historic Asolo Theatre , `5401 Bay shore Rd., Sarasota

[SOON]  THEATER: The World’s Most Celebrated Love Story Comes To The Stage of The Historic Sarasota Opera House on Valentine’s Weekend , February 15, 7:30 pm

Charles Gounod’s opera Romeo & Juliet will open Valentines day weekend. Set in 14th-century Verona, the deep love between Romeo and Juliet rivals the longstanding feud between their families, the Montagues and the Capulets. In this story — overflowing with lush melodies — the young lovers pursue their great passion to the grave. Romeo & Juliet will have nine performances through March 20, 2020. Individual tickets start at only $19 and are available at SarasotaOpera.org and the Sarasota Opera Box Office. For more information on Romeo & Juliet as well as the rest of the 2020 Winter Festival season—Puccini’s La bohème (opening February 8), Donizetti’s The Elixir of Love (opening February 22), and Catalani’s La Wally, (opening March 7)—contact the Sarasota Opera Box Office by visiting SarasotaOpera.org, call 941-328-1300, or visit the box office at 61 North Pineapple Ave., Sarasota, FL 34236.

Sarasota Opera House , 61 North Pineapple Ave., Sarasota

[SOON]  SPORTS: Love is in the Air! Fundraising Event for HSMC , February 16, 11am-4pm

Show your love for the Humane Society of Manatee County (HSMC). Watch dozens of awesome pups soar through the air during a dog dock diving competition. Enjoy an exhilarating polo match from the Sarasota Polo pavilion, the best seats in the house. Eat, drink, visit with vendors, see Search and Rescue dogs and win prizes. 100% of your ticket purchase will be donated to HSMC (after credit card fees).

The Sarasota Polo Club Pavilion, 8201 Polo Club Lane, Sarasota, FL 34240

[SOON]  SEMINAR: How To Be Better In Bed: America's Sleep Doctor Tells You How , February 17, 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Research strongly suggests that it is worthwhile to adopt a brain-healthy lifestyle across the lifespan. Dr. Stephanie Peabody will discuss how lifestyle impacts, for better or worse, both the structure and function of the brain and contributes to health, illness and performance. Dr. Peabody is a neuropsychologist with more than 20 years of experience as a clinician and program designer, consistently working to improve outcomes in brain health, development, aging, and performance at the individual and community level. In collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital, and scientists and clinicians across the Harvard campus, she is the creator and Founding Director of the Brain Health Initiative. Follow Dr. Peabody, Michael J. Breus, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, and Board Certified Sleep Specialist, commonly known as America's Sleep Doctor will provide the basic mechanisms of how sleep works in the brain, the importance of sleep cycles and circadian rhythms, how sleep changes as we age and how we can all accommodate these changes. In addition, he will describe how sleep deprivation (from apnea to sleeplessness) affects all aspects of brain health and neurological disease. He will give everyone several techniques to determine their personalized bedtime, help create a personalized pre-bed routine, strategies for nocturnal awakenings and how to wake  feeling refreshed and ready to meet the day.

RSVP on Eventbrite

The Grove Ballroom, 10670 Boardwalk Loop, Lakewood Ranch, 34202

[SOON]  SEMINAR: New Topics Lecture Series | The Art of Art Recovery: Recovering Stolen and Looted Works of Art , February 20, 5:30pm
A lecture with Christopher A. Marinello, CEO of Art Recovery International. Art crime is an ugly fact of art history. Fortunately, Marinello is on the case. His case studies offer a compelling glimpse at the painstaking detective work and tenacious legal wrangling that goes into recovering looted treasures. Tickets are $15. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made at ncf.edu/new-topics, or by calling the New College events hotline at 941-487-4888.

Mildred Sainer Auditorium, 5313 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota


The SRQ State of the Regional Economy luncheon and panel discussion will explore the forecast on the horizon of small business, regional economic trends and economic development. What's trending, who's innovating, why are donor-advised funds growing so rapidly and what exactly are donors looking for? The luncheon will culminate with the SRQ Localpreneur of the Year program at which we will honor the finalists and winners of the annual cometition recognizing business leaders who have forged a successful path for their entrepreneurial endeavors in our region. 

The Hyatt Regency, Sarasota , 1000 Boulevard of the Arts, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  GALLERY: Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Bus Tour , February 20, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Get on the bus for an amazing tour of Frank Lloyd Wirht architecture at Florida Southern College! Tour departs from Center for Architecture Sarasota for Lakeland, FL where attendees will experience an expert docent-tour of the campus. The tour is followed by a buffet lunch at the historic terrace Hotel. The cost of the tour is $125, includes transportation, tour, and lunch. Center for Architectures mission is to heighten understanding of and appreciation for innovative architecture, good design and resilient urban planning. The gallery is free to the public and open Tuesday-Friday 12:00pm-5pm, and Saturday from 10:00am-2:00pm. 

Center For Architecture Sarasota, 265 South Orange Ave., Sarasota

[SOON]  THEATER: Art of Performance: Inez Barlatier - Spotlight Florida, Moun-Moon | The Ringling Museum , February 21 – February 22, 7:30 PM

Miami native Inez Barlatier is a multifaceted artist of Ayisen (Haitian) descent. With her first band Kazoots, Inez and her bandmates evolved from their fathers’ Haitian folkloric ensemble, mixed with next-generation influences. Going solo in 2016 allowed her further exploration, as she embraces history and heritage, finding inspiration from African, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Latin cultures. Inez’s incredible vocal delivery organically flows between an ancestral guttural bellow to an airy angelic falsetto, full of energy. Besides performances, Inez will conduct drumming workshops and an artist talk. Tickets $25-$35.">

Miami native Inez Barlatier is a multifaceted artist of Ayisen (Haitian) descent. With her first band Kazoots, Inez and her bandmates evolved from their fathers’ Haitian folkloric ensemble, mixed with next-generation influences. Going solo in 2016 allowed her further exploration, as she embraces history and heritage, finding inspiration from African, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Latin cultures. Inez’s incredible vocal delivery organically flows between an ancestral guttural bellow to an airy angelic falsetto, full of energy. Besides performances, Inez will conduct drumming workshops and an artist talk. Tickets $25-$35.

Historic Asolo Theater, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  GALLERY: Discover Sarasota Tours launches a new tour: Art Crawl Trolley! , February 23

Discover Sarasota Tours launches a new tour: Art Crawl Trolley! Hop on board an air-conditioned trolley to visit three local art galleries during a 90-minute tour. Each gallery will provide wine and appetizers while you browse the collections and meet the owners. Between gallery stops, enjoy a mini public art neighborhood tour with artist and guide Jerome Chesley. Scheduled Galleries: Chasen's, Grace Howl Gallery, Helmuth Stone Gallery. Tickets are $35 for ages 21+, including complimentary beer or wine at the Trolley Cottage Tiki Bar before boarding, and wine and appetizers at each gallery on the tour. While waiting to board, visitors can also enjoy Discover Sarasota Tours' Vintage Sarasota gift shop and The ChillMobile, our new vintage ice cream truck.

Discover Sarasota Tours, 1826 4th St., Sarasota

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