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"I feel a sense of responsibility for the items entrusted to us; these are people's memories."

- Karen Koblenz, The Exchange

[The Dish]  A Chunky Soup to Send Campbell's Running
Andrew Fabian, andrew.fabian@srqme.com

In the early 2000s, Campbell’s began marketing its Chunky Soups as a hearty meal fit for giants. To do so, they enlisted the services of former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Donovan McNabb. Standing at 6’ 2” and pounding the pavement with 240 pounds of muscle, the television commercials showed McNabb enjoying big bowls of the soup, urged on by his doting mother to make sure he ate all those big chunks of steak, vegetables and noodles. These commercials, charming if a touch campy, let the viewer know that chunkier is better. 

But if that’s the case, then the soup maker conveniently hid the fact that an Uzbek shurpa soup makes their canned product look like a 99-cent bowl of microwaved ramen noodles. At Chayana Vostok, Sarasota’s one and deliciously-only Uzbek cuisine restaurant, the shurpa soup looks a little like it’s showing off. At first glance, it looks like the broth is an afterthought, with two honking lamb ribs jutting out of the top. Half of a medium sized potato and two pieces of crudely chopped carrot float near the top like the tips of icebergs, the majority of their bulk disappearing beneath the opaque and herb-choked broth. Those herbs, cilantro and dill, accent the meaty aromatics of the soup. 

Chock full of protein from the lamb and chickpeas buried beneath it, the soup is chunky enough to feed three Donovan McNabbs if Campbell’s metrics are adopted.  

Photo by Andrew Fabian.

Chayhana Vostok Uzbek Cuisine, 4242 S Tamiami Trl., Sarasota, 941-923-5919.

[SRQ Thrifting Series]  It's Hit or Miss at The Exchange
Grace Castilow, grace@srqme.com

As the second piece of a new weekly four-part series, we're rolling out local thrifting destinations for those frugal shoppers to get their fair share of gently-used, recycled bargains.

The Exchange has been a Sarasota staple since 1962 and upholds its original mission of benefitting the arts. Since its inception, the company has given $8.5 million to local arts organizations and art students--all of which has come from the consignment store, where an average of 12,000 items are sold monthly. “People come in looking for the unexpected, so they have the tendency to shop the entire store. The only time people come in for something specific is for furniture,” says Karen Koblenz, the CEO of 10 years. The Exchange provides quality pieces at half the price of retail, and many shoppers come in to find items to repurpose. Older furniture is often refurbished and more modern furniture doesn't last long. You can always bring things back, consign them and recoup 50 percent; it's a great way to mix things up in your home.

“I feel a sense of responsibility for the items entrusted to us; these are people’s memories,” she says. “Change is the only constant at The Exchange. If you don't find something today, you will find something tomorrow.”

The Exchange, 539 South Orange Ave., Sarasota, 941-955-7859, sarasotawex.com 

Photography by Wyatt Kostygan

[Compass Real Estate]  Compass Expands to Sarasota

Compass, a leading real estate technology company, announced its launch in Sarasota with 10 top agents. Founding agents joining Compass in Sarasota include: Jennifer Linehan, Sara Ferguson, Pam Charron, Rich Polese, Brian Wood, and Brian & Bonnie Helgemo of The Helgemo Team. Additional principal agents joining Compass include Sandra Osorio, Susan Harding, and Josie Cline. Altogether, the agents joining Compass in Sarasota represent $305M+ in sales volume from the last 12 months.

“Aside from the fact I’ve been watching Compass’ exciting growth, I am completely impressed with the outstanding technology platform, the top performing agents that have joined, and the depth of the leadership team. They are forward-thinking entrepreneurs that understand that real estate is a vital piece of people's lives,”  said Pamela Charron, Compass Agent in Sarasota. Compass agents in Sarasota have expressed their excitement for the market momentum including Brian Wood, who said, “It's always exciting for me to be a part of what I believe is the beginning of a new way of doing business that brings real change to the real estate industry.” Jennifer Linehan said, "I decided to join Compass to take advantage of the unique technology, tools, and programs Compass offers, allowing me to better serve my customers and provide a more successful buying and selling experience.”

This news represents Compass’ continued expansion throughout Florida, having launched in Jacksonville in May 2021, Tampa Bay in April 2021, and Orlando in March 2021. Compass’ presence in Sarasota is sure to build upon the strong foundations already established in nearby Naples, which launched in 2017.

Compass is home to nearly 23,000 agents operating in over 60 markets in the U.S. Last year Compass agents assisted home sellers and buyers to transact approximately $152 billion in residential real estate making Compass the largest independent real estate brokerage in the United States 

Click here to learn more!

[Performance]  St. Armands Circle Announces Performance Lineup for Sarasota Arts LIVE Event

 St. Armands Circle, in collaboration with the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota, announced a lineup of nationally acclaimed acts scheduled to perform at the inaugural Sarasota Arts LIVE event on September 18, from 11 am - 2 pm. The confirmed lineup features notable pillars of the Sarasota arts community, including the West Coast Black Theatre Troup, Chamber Orchestra of Sarasota, Jazz Club of Sarasota, Florida Studio Theatre and national recording artist, The Alan Grant Band.

“Bringing the arts to historic St. Armands Circle was an easy decision,” said Jim Shirley, Executive Director of the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota. “Together, we have been able to create a new featured event to spotlight the very best of Sarasota’s vibrant arts community."

The arts-focused event will pair an extraordinary ensemble of performances with immersive artist pop-ups spread throughout the district’s lush central Circle Park, allowing attendees to jaunt from booth to booth while connecting with local artists, taking in live painting sessions and interactive exhibits.

“St. Armands Circle has remained a standout destination for unrivaled summer fun, food, music and shopping. Our Sol of the Circle event series was instrumental in this year’s efforts, and we expect things to only get better with the kick-off of Sarasota Arts LIVE on September 18,” said Geoffrey Michel, Chairman of the St. Armands Business Improvement District (BID). “We hope the community will join us for this first-of-its-kind special event."

For more information about Sol of the Circle, visit starmandscircleassoc.com/sol-of-the-circle 

[Season Announcement]  Arts Advocates Announces 2021-2022 Programs and Events

Arts Advocates is pleased to announce its schedule of 2021-22 programs and events, including a pop-up member show, “Flora and Florida," in the Arts Advocates Gallery in addition to the continuation of the Sarasota Colony Artists exhibit; monthly speaker programs; and a private tour of the Hermitage Artist Retreat. The current exhibit features the Arts Advocates’ collection of renowned works by the Sarasota Colony of Artists who, in the 1920s, began migrating to Sarasota inspired by its natural beauty. They were also drawn by the arrival of noted art collector John Ringling, whose colorful and dynamic circus acts inspired many paintings and sculptures. Written information is available for self-guided tours.

Arts Advocates is a membership organization dedicated to inspiring creativity, advancing education, and connecting the community to the arts. Non-members are invited to participate in tours and meetings, visit the gallery, and network with people who share the same passion for the arts. The Arts Advocates Gallery, located in the Crossings at Siesta Mall, 3501 S Tamiami Trl., Sarasota, is open every Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm through June 2022. There is no charge for admission.

 To learn more, visit artsadvocates.org


[Grants]  New College of Florida’s Internship Initiatives Receive Major Boost with Three Grants

New College Foundation recently received three vital grants that will support high-impact internship opportunities for New College of Florida students. The Isermann Family Foundation granted $25,000 to support New College’s Guaranteed Internship Program, which enables under-resourced students to take advantage of internship opportunities that may otherwise be out of reach. The Cowles Charitable Trust granted the Foundation $1,500 to launch New College’s Internship Travel Grant Fund. This program encourages students to pursue competitive internships regionally and nationally by helping to ease the cost of transport to internship sites. The Bishop Parker Foundation awarded $12,500 to fund valuable internship opportunities with selected non-profit organizations in Manatee County. 

All three internship initiatives are part of a multi-pronged effort by New College’s Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity (CEO) to provide students with seamlessly integrated academic and professional development. The CEO, consisting of a team of five staff members led by Executive Director Dwayne Peterson, empowers students to achieve post-graduation success through Novo Career Advantage, a step-by-step career plan, and highly personalized career coaching that connects students with jobs, graduate schools, global scholarships and fellowships, and high-impact internships. 

Photo courtesy of New College.

[Education]  Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College Announces Its 2021 Fall Semester

Registration opens on September 14 for the fall 2021 semester at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College (OLLI at Ringling College), which runs September 27 - November 19, 2021. The semester features dozens of classes, lectures and special programs covering a wide variety of topics, including art and music appreciation, health and well-being, global issues, philosophy, religion, culture and travel, and science. Highlights include Hamilton: How the Musical Remixes American History; The Cigar Industry in Florida; Travel Tuesdays, a four-session lecture series; and Tech DayClasses are offered in-person on the Ringling College Museum Campus and online via the Zoom platform. 

Highlights include Hamilton: How the Musical Remixes American History; The Cigar Industry in Florida; Travel Tuesdays, a four-session lecture series; and Tech Day, a great way to learn how to use existing technology and increase internet security awareness Classes and lectures are offered in-person on the Ringling College Museum Campus and online via the Zoom platform.

The Ringling College Museum Campus is at 1001 S. Tamiami Trl., Sarasota. Masks and physical distancing are required. To register for classes and lectures, visit OLLIatRinglingCollege.org or call 941-309-5111.  

[SOON]  HEALTH: St. Armands Circle: Sol of the Circle: Breathe: An Outdoor Yoga Series , June 9 – September 8, 6pm-7pm

Life on the Circle only gets better when days are bathed in the summer sun. Enjoy a breath of fresh air and immerse yourself in the perfect setting for adventure and fun. Join us for the “Sol of the Circle,” a series of special events for the entire family. Breathe: An Outdoor Yoga Series will take place every second Wednesday from 6pm to 7pm. Dates are June 9, July 14, August 11, and September 8.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto: Leadership Breakfast , September 9, 7:30am

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto and Intertape Polymer Group present the 15th Leadership Breakfast on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 3100 Fruitville Rd. honoring Archie Griffin, two-time Heisman Trophy Winner, and Lisa Bechtold, Executive Director of Take Stock in Children Sarasota. Registration and breakfast service begins at 7:30am and the program begins at 8am. Tickets are $50 per person.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: The City of Sarasota: Public Input Meetings for Penny Sales Tax , September 15 – October 6, 6pm-7pm

The City of Sarasota will host three community meetings to welcome input on infrastructure projects for the continuation of the countywide Penny Sales Tax. Residents are invited to suggest infrastructure projects during the following public listening sessions: Wednesday, Sept. 15 6pm– 7:30pm at Robert L. Taylor Community Complex, 1845 34th St., Thursday, Sept. 16, 6pm – 7:30pm at Arlington Park & Aquatic Complex, 2650 Waldemere St., and Wednesday, Oct. 6 6pm – 7:30pm at City Hall Annex – SRQ Media Studio, 1565 First St. Input also can be provided online at www.SarasotaCountySurtax.net. The Sarasota County Penny Sales Tax, also known as the sales surtax, surtax, or one cent tax, is a countywide voter approved one percent sales tax used to invest in local infrastructure improvements, including parks, libraries, schools, sidewalks, police vehicles, street resurfacing and mobility upgrades. Sarasota County voters approved the Penny Sales Tax in 1989 and again in 1997 and 2007. The current surtax expires at the end of 2024. Voters throughout Sarasota County will have an opportunity in November 2022 to continue the Penny Sales Tax for another 15 years to fund local infrastructure projects.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Michael Murphy Gallery: Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection , September 16 – September 26, 1pm-3pm and 7pm-9pm

Michael Murphy Gallery, Tampa’s premier fine art gallery, is proud to announce its presentation of Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection. The collection will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery beginning September 16, 2021. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to meet Madame Christine Argillet, daughter of Dali's legendary publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet, during scheduled special appearances by Madame Argillet for the public: Saturday, September 25 from 1pm–3pm and 7pm–9pm as well as Sunday, September 26 from 1pm–3pm. All appearances are complimentary to the public. For additional information about this exhibition, contact the gallery via phone: 813.902.1414 or info@michaelmurphygallery.com. RSVPs are strongly recommended HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/salvador-dali-the-argillet-collection-tickets-165960505339.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Summer Food Truck Series at Bay Preserve , July 23 – September 17, 8pm

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast invites the community to a monthly Food Truck Friday Night this summer at their Bay Preserve headquarters in Osprey. Enjoy food and fun with friends while taking in a summer sunset at this family-friendly event. Each month, July through September, a different food truck will be onsite serving up local flavor on the shores of Little Sarasota Bay. Members of the Conservation Foundation team will be available to answer questions about their work and the Burrows-Matson House will be open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket for this picnic-style gathering. The dates and food trucks are as follows: Friday, July 23, 5pm to 8pm - Curb Your Appetite (classic American fare) Friday, August 20, 5pm to 8pm - Big Blue Grilled Cheese Company (creative versions of a family favorite) Friday, September 17, 5pm to 8pm - Killik’s Kitchen (modern Asian-Hawaiian fare) “After the isolation of the last year, connection is what we are all craving,” notes Christine Johnson, president of Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast. “Connection with other people and connection with nature. We hope these Friday nights help our community reconnect with each other and with our beautiful natural environment.” Bay Preserve is located at 400 Palmetto Avenue in Osprey, Florida. This series is free and open to the public, however in an effort to ensure plenty of parking, RSVPs are requested. To RSVP for any of the dates, visit conservationfoundation.com/events. Food prices vary by truck. Learn more about each truck’s menu on Facebook.

Conservation Foundation, 400 Palmetto Ave., Osprey

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Manatee Pride Festival , September 18, 12-5pm

We are please to announce that the 7th Annual Manatee Pride Festival is scheduled for Saturday, September 18, 2021, once again at the beautiful downtown Bradenton Riverwalk, from noon to 5 pm. We credit our sponsors, donors, vendors, volunteers, and patrons for making Manatee Pride the success it has become. We know and appreciate that you have supported Manatee Pride in the past, and we also know LGBTQ+ youth in Manatee County would not have a safe space in Manatee County without the corporate and community support we've received since 2010. We would welcome your continuing support at our 7th Annual Festival. In the past, all of the proceeds benefited Prism Youth Initiative Inc., a non-profit Florida corporation, however, in October of 2020, Prism Youth merged with Also Youth. Also Youth continues to provide even more services to the LGBTQ+ youth in Manatee County and all the proceeds will benefit the youth in Manatee County. Also Youth’s mission is Empowering LGBTQ+ Youth and their Allies, and Creating Inclusive Communities. Manatee Pride 2021 will again have live performers and renowned bands, great food at reasonable prices, beer, cider, health checks and more. We expect our attendance to meet or exceed our previous attendance record. Our all inclusive community is growing every day. 452 3rd Ave W., Bradenton

Manatee Pride

[SOON]  MUSEUM: The Ringling: Experience Extraordinary Day , September 18, 10am-5pm

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is pleased to announce Experience Extraordinary Day, Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. Visitors will be able to experience the Museum of Art, Circus Museum and Bayfront Gardens free of charge. Visitors must pre-register to enjoy free admission. Register online at https://www.ringling.org/events/experience-extraordinary day. Please present either a printed or an electronic ticket at the admissions desk. The Ringling is open 10am to 5pm daily and parking is free.

[SOON]  HEALTH: Let's Get Healthy Tampa Bay Wellness Expos , September 18 – September 26, 10am-2pm, 11am-3pm, 10am-2pm, 12pm-4pm

Let’s Get Healthy Tampa Bay Wellness Expos, Florida Penguin Production’s annual wellness expo series, is returning to 4 locations this September. (Brandon, Sarasota, Clearwater & Citrus Park) Each “Let’s Get Healthy Wellness Expo” will feature 30-40 wellness related resources & activations catered to patrons of all ages. From Geriatrics to Pediatrics, and holistic to modern, we have it all in one place for Tampa Bay to learn more about all the options available to them. Activities include fitness demos, free health checks, healthy food & drink samples, product sampling stations, a Teddy Bear Giveaway sponsored by Florida Blue, and dozens of vendors on display including many of the top Health Insurance brands, chiropractors, mental health, government services, primary care, fitness, and healthy food and drinks. Sponsored by Florida Blue, Liberty Dental Plans, Life Guard Imaging, and Your CBD Store. September 18th (10am-2pm) at The Mall at University Town Center - 140 University Town Center Dr, Sarasota, September 19th (11am-3pm) at Westfield Brandon Mall - 459 Brandon Town Center Dr, Brandon, September 25th (10am-2pm) at Countryside Mall - 27001 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater, and September 26th (12pm-4pm) at Citrus Park Mall - Center, 8021 Citrus Park Town, Tampa.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sarasota Arts LIVE , September 18, 11am-2pm

St. Armands Circle, in collaboration with the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota, announced on Tuesday, a lineup of nationally acclaimed acts scheduled to perform at the inaugural Sarasota Arts LIVE event on Sept. 18. from 11am to 2pm. The confirmed lineup features notable pillars of the Sarasota arts community, including the West Coast Black Theatre Troupe, Chamber Orchestra of Sarasota, Jazz Club of Sarasota, Florida Studio Theatre and national recording artist, The Alan Grant Band. The arts-focused event will pair an extraordinary ensemble of performances with immersive artist pop-ups spread throughout the district’s lush central Circle Park, allowing attendees to jaunt from booth to booth while connecting with local artists, taking in live painting sessions and interactive exhibits.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Virtual: Friends of the East Manatee Library: Heather Graham Interview , September 19, 1pm

Prepare your mimosas, sit back, and relax while Heather Graham shares intimate knowledge about her career and sneak peek into her upcoming book. “The Unknown” is the latest in the Krewe of Hunters series and takes place in New Orleans. A suspicious fire sets off an investigation that sends an agent to catch a serial arsonist roaming the shadowy streets of New Orleans... before the city burns down. Registration is open for the virtual event that takes place on September 19, 2021 at 1pm. Tickets begin at $15 and can be purchased at https://libraryfriendsemlwr.org/events. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Heather Graham, majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. She has written over 200 novels and novellas including category, suspense, historical romance, vampire fiction, time travel, and the occult.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre: Shades of Buble: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Buble , July 13 – September 19

With three voices singing incredible songs like “Feeling Good,” “Moondance,” “Come Fly With Me,” “Home,” “Everything,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” and many more, Shades of Bublé: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé brings the swinging standards and pop hits of Bublé to the stage in an unforgettable high-energy concert event. Next up in the Cabaret is Shades of Bublé: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé, a high-energy concert event highlighting the swinging standards and pop hits of “The Modern Sinatra.” Since the show’s sold-out debut in 2015, Shades of Bublé has entertained audiences across the country with exciting three-part harmonies, smooth choreography, and sophisticated charm. Featuring songs like “Feeling Good,” “Moondance,” and “Home,” Shades of Bublé will play in FST’s Goldstein Cabaret starting Tuesday, July 13 and will run through September 19.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event , September 22

This free virtual event will feature Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. who teaches the power of showing up in her book How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired. Become a community partner and SUPPORT free quality educational programming for those who care for kids in our community. The virtual speaker event will be held Wednesday, September 22 by the Community Foundation of Sarasota. 

Community Foundation of Sarasota

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Virtual: The Hermitage Artist Retreat: Artists and Thinkers: An Intimate Conversation Series , September 23 – September 30, 7pm and 5pm

The Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces “Artists and Thinkers: An Intimate Conversation Series” A new virtual series featuring nationally renowned Hermitage curators and artists, including Golden Globe Award winner Regina Taylor. Join us online for a deep dive into the creative process with: Limor Tomer and Luke Stewart on Thursday, September 23, 7pm and Christopher Burney and Regina Taylor on Thursday, September 30, 5pm. Amidst its active season of live outdoor programming and events, the Hermitage Artist Retreat is launching a new virtual series spotlighting the brilliant curators and Hermitage alumni who have developed their work and craft in residence at the Hermitage. Presented online in real time via Zoom, these candid and intimate conversations between Hermitage alumni artists and members of the Hermitage’s National Curatorial Council strip away the trappings of performance to get at the heart of the creative process and the vital role art plays in shaping our future. Focused on themes determined by the curator and artist, these hour-long events will be moderated by a member of the Hermitage team and provide audiences a unique glimpse into how curators and artists alike keep their finger on the pulse of our time to boldly create the impactful works of tomorrow.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Classic Albums LIVE , September 24, 8pm

Classic Albums LIVE returns to the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Friday, September 24 at 8 p.m. The group will bring Led Zeppelin II to life on stage – note for note, cut for cut. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 9 at 10 am. “One thing I know for sure is that Zep fans are unrelenting in their love for the band. Many people don’t realize that during the ‘70s – no other band or artist came close to selling as many albums as Led Zeppelin.” – Craig Martin, Founder of Classic Albums LIVE. Tickets are $32-$72 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To view a full listing of upcoming events, visit www.VanWezel.org.

The Van Wezel, 777 N Tamiami Trl., Sarasota

[SOON]  GALLERY: New Color Perspectives Gallery , August 28 – September 24

The five newest artists at Art Uptown Gallery will be featured in the September exhibit, New Color Perspectives, showcasing their paintings, drawings and jewelry art. Diane Boone, jewelry artist; Peter Garon, Judy Gilmer, and Hunter Jay, painters; and Arlene Steinberg, colored pencil artist, are all local, full-time residents of national and international recognition. Meet the artists on September 3 from 6 pm to 9 pm at the First Friday public reception with refreshments at the gallery. The exhibit opens on Saturday, August 28 and runs through Friday, September 25. Art Uptown Gallery welcomes patrons and friends at 1367 Main Street where the diverse art works of 28 local artists are shown, Tuesday-Friday 11 am-5 pm (except First Friday when open until 9 pm), and Saturday 10 am-3 pm. www.artuptown.com. Telephone 941-955-5409 for further information

Art Uptown Gallery, 1367 Main St., Sarasota

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