Baby it’s cold outside—luckily, our December issue is filled with philanthropic stories big and small that will warm your heart.
Cover Feature: Investing in High Risk
Contributing Senior Editor Jacob Ogles investigates the world of risk capital, now being applied to solving society’s biggest issues.
Feature: Who Runs the World?
Writer and Columbia University graduate school SRQ intern Elizabeth Steiner talks girl power, from coding imaginary worlds to Presidential discussions.
Out and About
- Manatee County Foundation’s Susie Bowie paints a picture.
- Public art influencing behavior with Jorge Blanco.
- Balanchine’s Jewels on Sarasota Ballet’s stage.
- Young filmmakers train with top Hollywood mentors at Ringling College of Art and Design and at the production studios of Sarasota Technical College
- Sarasota Memorial Hospital designated as trauma center.
- Breaking mosquitos’ blood habit to combat Zika with MosquitoPaQ.
- The Haven brings together the disabled community.
- Hitting the business expansion sweet spot with SB2 Keynote Speaker Tammie Sweet of GrowFL.
- Garden Burgers four ways: an ode to Meatless Mondays.
- Unpretentious class at veggie-centric Lila.
- Local ‘booch ferments its way into your heart with 221BC.
- Chef Sean Murphy’s insights into Beach Bistro’s decades-long reign.
- Sake (hot and cold), explained.
Hunting and Gathering:
- The holiday season, Florida style, in must-have gifts.
- Visit with Punit Patel and Chris Leader in their design studio.
- Paul Rudolph’s Harkavy House blends comfort and pragmatism.
Agenda: What’s in store for Siesta Key’s Beach Road?
Dispatch: Nancy Sanders on renewing hope through the Children’s Guardian Fund.
Body Dimensions: Physical therapists talk the benefits of taking the conservative route.
Parting Shot: The Sarasota Chalk Festival’s new home in Venice.