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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

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Apr 1, 2023

2023 Best of SRQ Local •  The Power of Stories and Self-Worth •  Challenge Accepted: Gearing up for Giving Challenge 2024

Friday Weekend Edition – Mar 31, 2023

The Lubben Brothers are Back with Key Chorale for American Roots: Crosby Still, & Nash •  Second Annual Noche Unidos Concert to Feature First-Generation Immigrant as Lead Conductor •  Choral Artists of Sarasota to Perform Sunday, April 16, at Church of the Redeemer •  On a Wing and a Prayer at Sarasota Film Festival •  Key Chorale Announces New Singer Appointments and Staff  •  Sarasota Youth Opera Summer Camp Registration is Open Now Through May 15!

Thursday Family and Recreation Edition – Mar 30, 2023

Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Announces Winners of its Statewide Classical Vocal Competition •  Palmer Modern Opens in Limelight District March 30 •  Groovy Sunday Brunch with Sabrina and Zeena •  Sarasota Film Festival Honors Emmy Award-Winning Comedian and Television Host Jay Leno With the SFF Career Achievement Award •  ODA Graduate Film Playing at Sarasota Film Festival Snday •  Selby Gardens Helps Train Local Residents for Good Jobs via Master Plan Project  •  Goodwill Manasota Announces 2023-2024 Board of Directors •  World Baseball Classic Recap •  The Players Centre Hires Director of Education, Thayer Greenberg  •  Julie Ross Art Auction and Book to Benefit Art Center Sarasota Youth Programs

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Mar 29, 2023

Get Out and Ride •  The Library Foundation for Sarasota County Adds Launchpad Tablets to Technology Offerings at County Public Libraries •  Gecko's Shark Lady Cocktail Keeps on Giving Back to Mote Marine Laborator •  Gulf Coast Community Foundation Supports Hurricane Ian Recovery •  The Bay Park Conservancy Announces New President and Chief Executive Officer •  Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation Hosts Luncheon Raising Over $210,000 for Patient Care Services •  Lisa Moore Honored at SRQ's Good Hero Luncheon

Tuesday Dining and Food Edition – Mar 28, 2023

A Slice of Heaven •  Gather at Tzeva this Easter for a Celebratory Brunch Buffet •  Explore Your Urban Oasis at The Sarasota Modern •  March for Meals Event with Local Diginitaries •  Sarasota County to Host 100+ Girls Softball Teams March 31-April 2 •  JPAN Amazes Guests With Bluefin Tuna Cutting and Tasting Menu •  Temple Sinai presents Antisemitism Lecture

Monday Business Edition – Mar 27, 2023

Rooted in Farming •  Luxury Knows No Limits at the Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton •  JMX Brands Honors Steve Doe with Category Manager Award for Two Consecutive Years •  Nautilus Homes Sweeps 2023 HOUZZ Awards •  Property Taxes Due March 31st •  Tropia Wellen Park Luxury Rental Apartments is Now Open in Downtown Wellen •  Free Food, Free Activities for Children, and Free Tax Preparation •  Community Leaders Join Hospital Board of Trustees  •  SRQ to Break Ground on New Terminal

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Mar 25, 2023

Experimenting with Extremism •  Creative Ageing and Lifelong Learning

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Home is Where the Art Is

Home is Where the Art Is

Dylan Campbell | Mar 31, 2023

Tribute to Balanchine

Tribute to Balanchine

Dylan Campbell | Mar 31, 2023

Kindness is a Virtue

Kindness is a Virtue

Barbie Heit | Mar 31, 2023

Shared Experience

Shared Experience

Laura Paquette | Mar 31, 2023