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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



Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Feb 27, 2020

Who Rule the World? •  Reminder: Vote-by-Mail Ballots Due in Elections Office by March 17 •  Fifth Third Bank Expands Leadership Team in Florida •  Asolo Stumbles Getting “Into The Breeches” •  Local Investment Analyst Quoted on Coronavirus, U.S. Economy in Fortune Magazine Online Article •  Young Stars Featured at Upcoming 6th Annual SIX & A MIX “Multievent” •  Clickbooth.com LLC Announces Rebrand of Clickbooth, Adperio, and Ignite OPM into Perform[cb] •  Meet SRQ's SMARTGirl Keynote Speaker Sebrena Pawley - Champion & Advocate. •  Why Mentoring Matters •  Mote's Temporary Exhibit, 'Savage Ancient Seas' Opens This Weekend •  New College Merger Moves Along In House •  Fergeson Skipper, P.A. Names New President of the Firm •  Innovative Dining announces New CEO/Owner Rich Knowles

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Feb 26, 2020

New Digs •  All Faiths Food Bank Kicks Off Annual Campaign Against Summer Hunger with Walk to End Summer Hunger •  The Florida Center for Early Childhood to Offer Free Professional Training on Early Brain Development •  Scholarships Available to Strengthen Nursing Workforce on the Suncoast  •  Goodwill Manasota Opening New Boutique at Cortez Location •  Local Author Empowers Thousands of Youth at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Through Bucket Filling •  SMARTGirl 2020 Mentorship Summit and Luncheon Speakers Announced  •  Looking To The Future •  SRQ Media Hands Out 2020 Trophies at Last Night's Home of the Year Awards Ceremony  •  Kevin Smith Gives Back to "The Kids" at Ringling College •  Deadline Approaching for Gulf Coast Community Foundation's Scholarship Program

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Feb 25, 2020

A La Mode •  2020 SRQ Airport Passender Aircraft Disaster Response Exercise Scheduled Today •  Modern Soul Boutique is One Year Older, Wiser and Just as Cute •  SMH Appoints Breast Program Director for New Cancer Institute •  Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Launch Program to Help Local Inmates Find Future Success •  When Avocado Toast Transcends the Fad •  Call for Submissions: SRQ Pets We Love Competition 2020 •  Calling all Travelers: The Souk Pop-up Market at Selby Comes to Sarasota •  Grant to Help Girls Inc. Expand Mental-Health Services for Most Vulnerable Girls

Monday Business Edition – Feb 24, 2020

Modern Explorer •  Powel Crosley Estate to Host Historical Open House Event  •  Vacation Home Rentals Contribute $457 Million to Sarasota and Manatee Economy •  Veronica Brandon Miller Joins Michael Saunders & Company •  Pinnacle Community Association Management to Host Free Board Certification Classes •  Community-Wide Investment Allows Child Protection Center to Intensify Prevention Efforts •  Spring Training Swings Into Sarasota

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Feb 22, 2020

Let the Beat Drop •  New College Merger Feels Nonsensical, Unstoppable •  New Solutions For A New Age: Finance And Banking •  Veronica Brandon Miller Joins Michael Saunders & Company •  CareerEdge Offers Grants to Help Close the Skills Gap and Build Companies’ Talent Pipeline •  Business Development Training Series for Entrepreneurs Begins •  Two Hundred Students to Compete in Remote Control Car Competition •  43rd Annual Simply Sarasota Tour of Homes

Friday Weekend Edition – Feb 21, 2020

Make it Melt Melvin •  Ken Ludwig Spotted on the Orient Express •  40th Sarasota Jazz Festival Keeps On Growing!  •  Multi-ethnic Latin Pop Songstress Gina Chavez Coming to Fogartyville •  The Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces 2020 Greenfield Prize Winner: Visual Artist Jennifer Packer •  Florida Studio Theatre Receives Grant From The National Endowment For The Arts  •  Madeby Gallery Show Opening Reception •  The Original Circus Museum Reopens To The Public! •  Local Leaders Speak at SB2 State of the Economy Luncheon, 2020 Localpreneur Awards Announced

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Feb 20, 2020

A Match Made in Theatre •  Jedd Heap, AIA Joins Plunkett Raysich Architects •  France Langan Named General Manager Of Compass Hotel •  SouthTech Announces Next Data Dump, Co-Hosted with GCBX •  Party Switches Mean Dems Control Sarasota School Board •  Hannah's Story •  Florida Winefest & Auction Announces 2020 Schedule Of Events Celebrating 30th Anniversary •  Learn To Understand Medicare Benefits For Free In Englewood •  Holleran-Bouck Team Earns Five Star Award for 14th Year •  Galvano Willing To Consider New College Merger

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Juxtaposition

Local Juxtapositions

Brittany Mattie | Feb 5, 2020

It Takes A Ballsy Buccaneer

Former chemical engineer Steve Milligan of Loaded Cannon Distillery risked it all for a taste of freedom.

Brittany Mattie | Feb 5, 2020

Serial Chillers

Suit up and drink up. Winter is coming with the Eskimo Bros.

Brittany Mattie | Feb 5, 2020

The Bigger Picture

Henry Detwiler, Sr. and son Sam Detwiler unearth the realities of growing a family business.

Olivia Liang | Feb 5, 2020