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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 – Nov 25, 2020

Embracing Our Differences Announces 2021 Outdoor Art Exhibit  •  The Robertson Law Firm Moves Into Downtown Digs  •  Zildjian Catering Offers $5 Off Next Order •  Meet Pete, the Caring and Cool Cat •  Doscal the Manatee Returned to the Wild •  Sarasota Farmers Market Elects Members of 2020-2021 Board of Directors •  Sarasota Memorial CEO Named Chair of Safety Net Hospital Alliance Board •  Drive-Thru Winter Wonderland Experience and Holiday Toy Drive to Benefit SPARCC •  City of Sarasota Awarded the 2020 Managing Community Forests Grant To Help City's Trees Flourish

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Nov 24, 2020

Nominate Your Favorites for Best of SRQ 2021 •  Dish + Art •  A Cashew Crusted Staple from Off the Hook •  The Florida Center Aims to Inspire with Virtual Benefit •  All Faiths Food Bank Recognized as One of Top Food Banks in the Country •  Manatee County Accepting Applications for Criminal Nuisance Abatement Board •  Jewish Family & Children Services Provides Drive-Thru Holiday Meals •  Sarasota Awarded $55,000 Grant to Help City’s Trees Flourish •  Mote Marine Laboratory Receives Cold-Stunned Turtles from New England •  First Church Donates Turkeys for Veterans in Need •  Circus Eats

Monday Business Edition – Nov 23, 2020

What Led to Manatee Leaders Considering Firing Coryea? •  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Changes Name to Reflect New Milestone •  Subaru Share the Love Event Benefits Meals On Wheels of Sarasota  •  Sarasota Contemporary Dance Cancels In-Person Performances of SCD + Piazzolla •  SunCoast Blood Centers and U.S. Military Form Partnership •  Stratum Health System Welcomes New Home Health VP •  Big Cat Habitat Now Open Five Days a Week •  Sarasota County Adds New Acquisitions to Environmentally Sensitive Lands Protection Program •  The Circus Arts are Alive and Well at the Circus Arts Conservatory

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Nov 21, 2020

Startup Success Begins at SCF •  Character Matters •  New Elected Bodies, New-Found Accountability  •  Here4YOUth on Mental Health

Friday Weekend Edition – Nov 20, 2020

Bright Brews •  Asolo Rep Produces a ‘Midsummer Night’s’ Stream •  SRQ Book Club: The Cold Millions by Jess Walters •  DutchCrafters Launches The Amish Furniture Podcast •  Four County Commissioners Take Oath to Begin Four-Year Terms •  The Players Centre Presents One-Man Christmas Carol at the Bazaar •  Forza Wealth Management Celebrates Fifth Anniversary •  Young Artist to Celebrate Album Release with Livestream Concert •  Allegiant Kicks Off New Nonstop Service to Boston from SRQ Airport •  The Sarasota Cuban Ballet School Celebrates Giving Tuesday •  The Patterson Foundation Contributes First $100,000 Gift to Annual Season of Sharing Campaign •  2020 Artful Lobster: An Outdoor Celebration Fundraiser is a Huge Success  •  Artist Jill Krasner Imagines Gardens at Art Uptown •  Where The Votes Are: All Age Groups Increase Turnout •  Manatee Commissioners Move To Fire Coryea

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Nov 19, 2020

Habitat Sarasota Releases Community Impact Report •  Community Day School Preparing for Move to New School Campus •  Vitamin Sea and Surf Goods •  Yoga and Cycling Studio Offers Outdoor Fundraiser Thanksgiving Weekend •  Designing Women Boutique Welcomes Additional Non-profit Members to the GroundWorks Initiative  •  Tidewell Foundation Giving Tuesday Event Bolstered by $20,000 Match Opportunity •  Williams Parker Attorneys Attain Florida Bar Board Certification •  The Founders Club Sees Record Sales for 2020 •  The Bay Reaches Next Fundraising Milestone •  BBQ, Evolved •  Where The Votes Are: Beating the Newtown Machine •  Where The Votes Are: Republicans Registered Big, Stuck Together

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Nov 18, 2020

Announcing the Annual In-Store Holiday Charity Drive at Copenhagen Imports •  Manatee Community Foundation Presents "7 Tips to Make the Most of Your Year End Giving" •  Jewish Family & Children Services of the Suncoast Announces New Executive Team Member •  Robyn Sadlo Joins Premier Sotheby's International Downtown Sarasota Office •  Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Cancels 'Soul in the Garden' Fall Gala •  Arts Advocates Presents Speaking of the Arts: Collaboration Conversations •  First Step of Sarasota Names Sheriff Tom Knight as New CEO •  Forty Carrots Family Center Receives Challenge Grant After Second Postponement of FireFly Gala  •  Sweet Sparkman Architects Welcomes New Staff •  Goodwill Secures Additional Match from the Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust •  Van Wezel Announces New Events •  CareerEdge Strengthens Its Hands-on Training Approach •  Sarasota Memorial Hospital Ranks Among America’s 50 Best Heart Hospitals

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A Quinceanera in Quarantine

A Quinceanera in Quarantine

Phil Lederer | Nov 10, 2020

Dish + Art

Dish + Art

Ariel Chates | Nov 1, 2020

The Grand Unified Theory of John Sims

The Grand Unified Theory of John Sims

Phil Lederer | Oct 25, 2020

Culture Premiere

Culture Premiere

Phil Lederer | Oct 21, 2020