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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

Monday Business Edition – Sep 21, 2020

Spring Training Scheduled For MLB Teams •  Internist Joins Intercoastal Medical Group •  Unconditional Surrender Public Feedback Survey Now Open •  Goodwill to Help Community Prepare for Indeed’s ‘Virtual Hiring Tour’ •  Teri A Hansen Once Again Named Top 500 Executives Across State •  Tony Blasini of Caldwell Trust Company Earns the Certified Plan Fiduciary Advisory (CPFA) Designation •  Perlman Suncoast Announces Winter Residency Update and Launches PMP Alumni: At Home •  Citywide Public Health Emergency Extended through September 25 •  Marlo Turner Joins Tidewell Foundation as Vice President  •  Hospital Pays Tribute to Young Organ Donor •  Child Protection Center Asks for Community’s Aid in Reporting Abuse •  The Player's Centre Hires New CEO •  JFCS receives United Way Suncoast Grant for Family Financial Stability Program

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Sep 19, 2020

Margaret Good's Record of Shameful Votes •  Rising to the Challenge •  Small Business Must Act Fact On CARES Act Grants •  Small Business Must Act Fact On CARES Act Grants •  Assuming Best of Others, Expecting More of Ourselves

Friday Weekend Edition – Sep 18, 2020

Chunky Cherishables •  Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Joins Operation Chill Campaign •  Key Chorale Announces a Season of Coming Together •  A New Internet Jazz Radio Station Premiers in Sarasota •  Orioles Announce 2021 Spring Training Schedule  •  Tidewell Presents Stress First Aid Webinar to Support Community During COVID-19 •  Red Dog's is Moving •  SRQ Book Club: The Arrest by Jonathan Lethem •  ROBRADY Design Wins Award •  Songstress Jen Msumba Overcomes Adversity with Full-Length Album •  Smacks Burgers & Shakes Officially Closes Its Doors and an Era •  Out of the Shadows: Bringing Stories from World History to Life

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 17, 2020

Giddy Over Garnishes •  Unlock Local Deals with the Sarasota Big Pass •  August Premier Sotheby's New Associates in Sarasota •  Hermitage Artist Retreat Receives Strategic Partnership Grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County •  Selby Gardens Planning Board Hears Compromise Master Plan •  Sarasota County CARES Act Funding Applications Now Available •  Community Day School Preparing for Major Fundraising Campaign •  Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Presents Women of Note •  Murals to be Painted at Lido Beach Pavilion •  Van Wezel Foundation Grants $575,000 for Arts Education in Fiscal Year 2020 •  Erica Giesler Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group •  FCCI Insurance Group Named A Super Regional Property/Casualty Insurer •  Doctor's Choice Adds Margolis as Executive Director •  Local Public Relations Practitioner Earns Professional Certification •  Sarasota County Launches CARES Act Grant Program •  Two Sisters Seep the Cooling Benefits of Jamaican Rose Tea

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Sep 16, 2020

Shore Brand Donates 4,000 Upcycled Masks to Area Schools in Need •  SunCoast Blood Centers Opens New Donor Location in Port Charlotte  •  Sarah Brightman Makes Her Sarasota Debut in Van Wezel 2021-2022 Season •  City Earns Budget Presentation Award for 30th Straight Year •  Sarasota Contemporary Dance Presents Evolving/Revolving October 1-4 at Historic Asolo •  Habitat for Humanity Sarasota and Wells Fargo Team Up in Sarasota to Help Build Affordable Housing •  Tidewell Receives Grant to Facilitate COVID-19 Partnership in Manatee County •  Dick Vitale Gala Raises $7.4 Million Bringing Total to $37 Million for Pediatric Cancer Research Past 15 Years •  Visit Florida Launches In-State Tourism Marketing Campaign •  Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee Providing Fresh Produce at Manatee County Locations Near Six Title 1 Schools •  MBJ Group Unveils New Website •  New Exhibition Opening: Water's Extreme Journey

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Sep 15, 2020

Celebrate Mars Month with The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature •  Lutz Buddy Up Program Continues to Help Area Veterans and First Responders through Pandemic •  Free Meals for All Manatee County Kids and Teens  •  London Bay Homes Completes Luxury Custom Home on Bird Key •  Duval’s Finds Innovative Way to Serve the Community During Unusual Times •  Young Reader Wins Music Compound's 'Rock Your Summer Reading' Grand Prize •  Tidewell Receives Wilson-Wood Foundation Grant for Family Grief and Bereavement Program •  Junior League of Sarasota Awarded by Child Protection Center •  Brooke Chase Associates, Inc. Recruits Christopher Norris as Director of Procurement for Zamma Corporation •  Local PR Chapter Recognized by the Florida Public Relations Association •  All Faiths Food Bank Receives Grants Supporting SNAP Benefits Assistance •  The Patterson Foundation Shares Strategic Decision-Making Consulting Opportunity With Regional Nonprofits •  CareerEdge Hires Kathryn Whalen as Workforce Program Coordinator •  Sharky's on the Pier, Fins at Sharky's & Snook Haven Awarded the FRLA Seal of Commitment •  A Field of Dreams, a Plate of Tacos

Monday Business Edition – Sep 14, 2020

A Latte Fun  •  Freedom Boat Club Enjoys Membership Spike •  SRQ Passenger Traffic for August Remains at 43% of 2019 Level •  Andrew Vac Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group •  From Cradle To College Foundation Announces New Food Distribution Program •  The Players Centre Announces 2020-2021 Board of Trustees •  MSC Foundation Awards Grant for Local Parkinson's Community •  Enrollment is Now Open for Engage Sarasota

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Jacob Ogles | Sep 15, 2020

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Brittany Mattie | Sep 15, 2020

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Arcade to Arena

Phil Lederer | Sep 15, 2020

Global Flavors

Global Flavors

Olivia Liang | Sep 9, 2020