SRQ readers/voters set a groundbreaking record in this 10th annual Best of Local SRQ Competition! Meet all the hometown favorites and local businesses who came out on top doing what they do best for our close-knit community! #LOVELOCAL
SRQIST- Local Heart & Soul Stories About the People, Places and Experiences that Define Our Hometown
- New Home: Sarasota Dance Company embraces the future with anew movement center and home in the Rosemary District.
- Lap It Up: Racecar driver, Laura Jean brews sweet success with a new bottled tea.
- A House Elongated: Inside Sarasota’s newest alternative photography and art center.
- Founding Fathers Did It, Why Can’t We?: Constitutional historian Noah Feldman assures us democracy will force people together somehow.
- A Stake In Your Future: Can University of Miami lecturer Germane Barnes solve the puzzle of gentrification?
- All Jazzed Up Mando Madness: Fogartyville Media and Art Center bring the funk by hosting artists with deep roots.
- Larger Than Life: An interview with Mark Famiglio sharing details of his high-powered lifestyle.
CULTURE CITY- Arts + Culture, Performing and Visual Arts, Portfolio, In Studio, Artsheet
- For Your Consideration: Sarasota Film Festival searches high and low for the audience’s viewing pleasure.
- Between The Lines: An intimate interview with poet laureate Juan Felipe Herrera.
- Art Sheet: Events not to be missed for April 2018.
CARGO- The Goods, Retail Therapy, Book Brand, NicNacs, Antique Story, Nest
- Earth Kind: A modern hippie’s guide to Earth Day shopping.
- Circle to Cube: Transforming a small lot into an enviable piece of modern property.
- Burl Bowl Raconteurs Trees that tell stories make for antique bowls at Crissy Galleries.
- Book It: Broadening horizons and exploring the unknown, these thought-provoking picks will be great for your reading lists.
FORAGE- At the Table, Crumbs, Restaurants, 5 Ingredients, Pantry, Foodie Life
- Local Bakeries Rise: Exploring the rise of local bakeries include culinary restaurants’ behind-the-scenes stories—Jim’s Small Batch Bakery in A Small Batch for Big Hunger, OfKors Bakery in Rising Stars, Morton’s Gourmet Market in Stirring Things Up, and Sugar Cubed Pastry Lab in Sweet Tooth Science.
RECONNOITER- Collaborative Dialogue, Dispatches, Case Study, Agenda, Rattlebag
- More to SEA Than Meets the Eye A new aquarium means City Island could become a marine science research capital.
- Leaps and Bounds: Sarasota Ballet’s ‘Dreams of Nature‘
Get in on all the goodness and pick up a copy of this month’s edition today!
-The SRQ team
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