In Your Mailbox: SRQ Magazine’s September 2020 Trendsport Edition

We might be long past the years of shopping for back to school supplies, but September always brings with it the hint of a fresh start. September’s Trendsport issue is here to let you in on all the up and coming and buzz-worthy things to add to your to-do list. Local restaurants up their game in the takeout dining sector. Combat boots make a utilitarian comeback, while chunky jewelry make a cultural statement. School buses and van build-outs are becoming family homes-on-wheels, while strong offshore winds are calling for kiteboarding lessons and Hobie cat rentals. And believe it or not, gardening and crocheting are becoming the hottest hobbies in the neighborhood. Whether you’re heading to a grassy knoll to meet your pals for a socially-distant, picturesque picnic or jamming the buttons of your video game controller playing esports with virtual friends, the trends we’ve picked up on the last few months are likely to carry us throughout the rest of this turbulent yet trendy year. #LIVELOCAL #LOVELOCAL

SRQIST:

  • Sprouted Brain: By treating grains as a living thing, Tom Gumpel hopes to make bread great again.

TRENDSPORT:

FORAGE:

  • Making Waves: Whitney’s LBK brings 1950s charm, California surf vibes, Cuban bodega flavors and open-garade-door fun to LBK.

INTERVIEW WITH:

  • Permission to Feel: An interview with Forty Carrots Speaker Marc Brackett, Ph.D, psychologist and best-selling author.

WANDERLUST:

FLIPSIDE: Living Lakewood

  • Global Flavors: Lakewood Ranch restaurants are serving up the world’s best flavors in style.

Get in on all the goodness and check out the SEPTEMBER 2020 issue today!

-The SRQ Team 

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