In Your Mailbox: SRQ’s September 2018 Trendsport Issue Is Here!


Summer is coming to an end and Fall is around the corner—giving new life and a sense of revival to the same old staples lead us to Sarasota-Bradenton’s keenest innovations for 2018. Enjoy September’s special edition of Trendsport—highlighting the cultivated creations from around town. We have a sneaking suspicion you’ll enjoy what we discovered on our scavenger hunt to bring you the latest and greatest trends. #LOVELOCAL


  • Trendsport: Cultivated trends and the keenest creations of 2018.
  • Rosemary Rising: With decades of false starts behind it, the north Sarasota district now booms. Rosemary is in the midst of a long-awaited investment, revival and vibrancy.

SRQIST- Local Heart & Soul Stories About the People, Places and Experiences that Define Our Hometown

  • More Than Coffee: Local artist and small business owner Tracy de Chevron Villette fosters community at The Clever Cup in Gulf Gate.
  • Flying The Crystal Skyes: Sarasota travel agency Admiral Travel International books lush and lavish jet for safari adventure
  • Triumph In Tandem: Heidi Brown values human equity in her work at Jewish Family and Children’s Service.
  • A Strange And Beautiful Flower: Judy Alexander unites community and creativity at the Bazaar on Apricot & Lime
  • The Sun + The Siren: CEO of Tri Sirena shares her story of protective sports gear apparel
  • Green No Longer: With a change in leadership and bold plans for expansion, the future looks rosy for PINC.
  • Empathy Epidemic: An interview with Forty Carrots Community Speaker Michele Borba on raising empathetic kids.

CULTURE CITY- Arts + Culture, Performing and Visual Arts, Portfolio, In Studio, Artsheet

  • A Theory of Evolution: Saying goodbye to Ringling International Arts Festival means more contemporary performance, not less.
  • Passing The Baton: After a yearlong search, Venice Symphony welcomes a new music director and a new chapter with conductor Troy Quinn.
  • Call To The Wild: In her Rosemary studio, Grace Howl embraces the anarchic side of artistic expression.
  • Bright Ideas:  Ringling College students shine at 2018 SOURCE Awards for lighting design.
  • ArtSheet: Events not to be missed this month.

CARGO- The Goods, Retail Therapy, Book Brand, NicNacs, Antique Story, Nest

  • Motorcycle Mania:For the thrill-seeking daredevils vying to ride in style at full-throttle.
  • Malbi In Mind: Drape yourself and your home in coveted provisions from this Italian downtown boutique.
  • Game Night: Challenge yourself to a pursuit of good old-fashioned fun with this mid-century Maj Jongg set.
  • Book It: Between sci-fi epics and World War II heroes, questionable personality tests and Southern alchemy.

FORAGE- At the Table, Crumbs, Restaurants, Three Way, Pantry, Foodie Life

  • As Seen On TV: Behind the Chef Rolf brand is a real tale of happenstance and adventure.
  • From Kingston With Love: From oxtails to Audrey’s and from Sarasota to Palmetto, local Jamaican eateries bring Caribbean flavors.
  • Trois Souffles: Whet your appetite with varying takes on the souffle and have a hand in baking the French masterpiece yourself at home.

RECONNOITER- Dispatches, Case Study, Agenda, Rattlebag

  • Tariff Tension: Will tariffs help or hurt Gulf Coast commerce?


Get in on all the goodness and pick up a copy of this month’s edition today!

-The SRQ team

Click Here  to access the pages of the SEPTEMBER 2018 SRQ digital edition.

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