First exhibition dedicated to video and digital media. SRQ Review | October 2022 By Dylan Campbell In show Installation view of Journeys to Places Known and Unknown: Moving Images by Janet Bigs and Peter Campus, Sarasota Art Museum photo by Tierney Campus, @muggenborg 3v2. There’s a first time for everything,Read More →

Sarasota-raised, Los Angeles-based artist Christian Sampson specializes in color-light projection. SRQ Review | September 2022 By Dylan Campbell In show Memories of Christian Sampson’s childhood inform his ever-changing light show, “Vita in Motu,” now on permanent display at the Sarasota Art Museum. Photograph by Wyatt Kostygan. For Sarasota-born artist ChristianRead More →

“University deplores religious and racial discrimination, including anti-Semitism” A recent article in the student magazine of the University of Adelaide in Australia called for “death to Israel”. The article published on August 4 in on saidwritten by Habibah Jaghoori, was motivated by Operation Breaking Dawn, which last month pitted IsraelRead More →

A student magazine has faced backlash after publishing a practical guide to shoplifting to help readers overcome the cost of living. University of Queensland Independent Student Journal Semper Floreat gave readers of his latest edition a three-level manual on what he called “frifting”, a shortening of “free shopping”. The articleRead More →

Xavier Garcia Jr. in his studio. Photograph by Wyatt Kostygan. Today, finely crafted tables and built-ins are the cornerstones from Xavier Garcia’s Sarasota-based design and woodworking business. “Building something that didn’t exist before and having it solve some problem is very satisfying,” says Garcia. It was a concept that GarciaRead More →

Summer highlights include Athena, Love Linda, Let It Be, Sarasota Film Society Films and Metadata: Rethinking Photography from the 21st Century SRQ Review | July 2022 By Arianna Boenker and Dylan Campbell In show Athena, Urban Theater. Until July 10, catch Athena at the Urbanite Theatre, a play by GracieRead More →

_________________________________________________ Paramount is being sued For copyright infringement On “Maverick” _________________________________________________ As Top Gun: Maverick pass Doctor Strange 2 become the highest grossing movie in the United States this year, the heirs of the author of the article that inspired the original 1986 Tom Cruise film were sued for copyrightRead More →

Army Aviation, with its fleet of helicopters and with infantry forces, is capable of performing a variety of missions and together is the main carrier of air mobility. Whether in support of mission command, reconnaissance, transport or close air support, helicopters are not only powerful means of transport, but alsoRead More →

Army Aviation, with its fleet of helicopters and with infantry forces, is capable of performing a variety of missions and together is the main carrier of air mobility. Whether in support of mission command, reconnaissance, transport or close air support, helicopters are not only powerful means of transport, but alsoRead More →

Advanced container technologies (OTC: ACTX), the exclusive U.S. distributor of self-contained, automated indoor “micro-farms” called GrowPods, and related equipment and supplies, were featured in an article published in Borgen magazine. The article, titled “How GrowPods Contribute to Global Food Security”, notes that ACTX’s GrowPods “have the potential to help achieveRead More →

The New Yorker, one of the most prestigious publications in the United States, recently turned its attention to the controversial proposed vertical launch facility which would be located on private property in Powell Township near Lake Superior. The lengthy article was written by David Rompf, whose articles and essays haveRead More →

PHOTOGRAPH BY WYATT KOSTYGAN. Cold pork. Gnocchi. Coleslaw. Fried potatoes. The way Meliora names its dishes, one could confuse them with the titles of the paintings of the last series of still lifes of a laconic artist. Or, perhaps a little closer to the truth, co-owner and executive chef DrewRead More →

LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 27, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — 72 years ago, an article in Astounding Science Fiction hit newsstands in April and set the stage for the explosive launch of “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Health.” Mindset,” which was launched in May. “Dianetics” sold out immediately, largely due toRead More →

LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 27, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — 72 years ago, an article in Astounding Science Fiction hit newsstands in April and set the stage for the explosive launch of “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health,” which launched in May. “Dianetics” sold out immediately, largely due to theRead More →

LOS ANGELES, Calif. /California Newswire/ — 72 years ago, an article in Astounding Science Fiction hit newsstands in April and set the stage for the explosive launch of “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health,” which was rolled out in May. . “Dianetics” sold out immediately, largely due to theRead More →

SRINAGAR: The State Investigation Agency (SIA), which was constituted to investigate terrorism-related cases in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, carried out searches at several locations in Srinagar on Sunday . The searches were carried out against the author of a seditious article, Abdul Aala Fazili, his editor andRead More →

Image Source: FILE PHOTO | PTI A PhD student was arrested on Sunday by the Jammu and Kashmir State Investigation Agency (SIA) for a “highly provocative and seditious” article. The Jammu and Kashmir State Investigation Agency (SIA) on Sunday arrested a University of Kashmir doctoral student for a “highly provocativeRead More →

Abdul Aala Fazili was arrested for his article titled “The Chains of Slavery Will Break” Abdul Aala Fazili was arrested for his article titled “The Chains of Slavery Will Break” The J&K State Investigation Agency (SIA), set up to investigate cases related to militancy, on Sunday arrested a Kashmiri academicRead More →

Get ready for Florida’s spring showers with brightly colored umbrellas, rain jackets and accessories. SRQ Review | April 2022 By Compiled by Arianna Boenker In Shopping WATERPROOF WALK Sea To Summit EVac Dry Sack 13L Pacific Blue, $35; Blue Peregrine Unisex Lightweight Poncho $6.99; Environeers, 5373 Fruitville Road, 941-371-6208, environeers.com,Read More →

Dr. Lisa Merritt remembers talking with her mother about “Someday. . .” This was before matriarch Merritt passed away in 2019, but after being diagnosed with lung cancer a dozen years before, Eleanor Merritt was still painting, through pain and through terrible knowing that her story would end in someRead More →

WIU LEJA Professor, Student Pen Security Magazine Article: “Parliaments Under Attack Worldwide — Extremism, Riots, Vaccine Mandates” February 23, 2022 From February 9 Security Magazine MACOMB, IL — Last year, Western Illinois University’s Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice (LEJA) Professor Dean Alexander, who also directs the Homeland Security ResearchRead More →

Boots sorry for a magazine article suggesting that transgender people are more likely to commit suicide if they are not addressed with their “preferred” personal pronouns Boots apologized for ‘misleading suggestions’ regarding transgender people In his magazine, James Barr wrote about addressing with preferred pronouns He claimed trans people areRead More →

The interview includes an overview of why these 5 things are important and could rule out costly mistakes, as management continues to expand Fan Pass service offerings. CAMPBELL, Calif., December 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – Friendable, Inc. (OTC: FDBL) (the “Company”), a mobile technology and marketing company,Read More →

The interview includes insight into why these 5 things matter and could rule out costly mistakes, as management continues to expand Fan Pass service offerings. CAMPBELL, Calif., Dec. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – Friendable, Inc. (OTC: FDBL) (the “???? Company”), a mobile technology and marketing company, isRead More →

The interview includes insight into why these 5 things matter and could eliminate costly mistakes as management continues to expand Fan Pass service offerings CAMPBELL, Calif., Dec. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — Friendable, Inc. (OTC: FDBL) (the “Company”), a mobile technology and marketing company, is pleased toRead More →

PARK CITY, UT/ACCESSWIRE/December 14, 2021/ NRP Stone, Inc. (OTC PINK:NRPI) continued its rally, closing yesterday at $0.1099, adding another 28% gain to Friday’s gains of 142%. The volume increased Thursday when Utah Business Magazine published an independent article featuring the company’s subsidiary, Uplift Aerospace. https://www.utahbusiness.com/uplift-aerospace-wants-to-mine-concrete-from-the-moon/?utm_source=UB+DAILY+NEW&utm_campaign=df305af5e8-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2021_12_09_05_m456cail695_295_mediumcail6956295 The article highlighted important aspectsRead More →

Professor WIU LEJA, Student Pen Security magazine article: “COVID-19, anti-vaccines and moving forward together” December 10, 2021 From November 17, 2021 Safety magazine MACOMB / MOLINE, IL – In November 2021, COVID-19 killed five million people worldwide, including 750,000 in the United States. Western Illinois University Law Enforcement and JusticeRead More →

Professor WIU LEJA, Student Pen Security magazine article: “COVID-19, anti-vaccines and moving forward together” December 10, 2021 From November 17, 2021 Security Magazine MACOMB/MOLINE, IL – In November 2021, COVID-19 killed five million people worldwide, including 750,000 in the United States. Western Illinois University’s Law Enforcement and Justice Administration (LEJA)Read More →

Professor WIU LEJA, Student Pen Security Magazine Article: “COVID-19, Anti-Vaxxers and Moving Forward Together” December 10, 2021 Of November 17, 2021 Security Magazine MACOMB/MOLINE, IL – In November 2021, COVID-19 killed five million people worldwide, with 750,000 deaths in the United States. Western Illinois University’s Law Enforcement and Justice AdministrationRead More →

Hive Architects designs a concept from scratch on the inspiration of a singular name/descriptor. For a newly completed abode on the Bayou, the Japanese word “shibusa” became the entire ethos and identity. SRQ Review | December 2021 Through Brittany Mattie In Architecture Architectural design firm Hive Architects has an inimitableRead More →

Filmmaker Theo Love directs “treasure huntersa feature documentary based on the New York Magazine article “The Great 21st-Century Treasure Hunt”. netflix will distribute the documentary, with Vox Media Studios and Nomadica Films set to produce. More variety Benjamin Wallace wrote the article which inspired the non-fiction film, released in NovemberRead More →

Zaza brings back the practical pizzaz to lasagna. SRQ Review | November 2021 Through Brit Mattie In restaurants Big-city power couple Zaza Italian Comfort Food Franco and Mia Gatto are settling into family life in Sarasota with their Classica and Verde outlets. Photo taken by Wyatt Kostygan. In the cityRead More →

Art Center Sarasota’s new executive director emphasizes collaboration and community impact as the way forward. SRQ Review | November 2021 Through Phil Lederer in visual arts Meet the Art Center Sarasota’s new Executive Director, Kinsey Robb. Photo by Wyatt Kostygan Fresh from the “mega-galleries” of New York, Kinsey Robb leftRead More →

Weverse Magazine published the latest article titled B+, detailing BTS collaborations from the start, and writer Randy Suh didn’t mince words. The writer has cast a shadow over the Hollywood music industry for its patterns of ignored racism, deliberately avoiding meaningful conversations, the Asian Grammy artist snub and more. AfterRead More →

Reacting to a recent story on India’s technology-based governance in a renowned magazine and the digital divide that is highlighted, the government claimed on Wednesday that the article is “inaccurate and biased”, “betrays a serious lack of journalistic diligence ”and“ even contradicts past reports ”in this publication. Taking note ofRead More →

In 1999, an American magazine predicted the Amazon stock market crash, calling founder Jeff Bezos a mere “middleman”. Now, nearly a decade after the article was published, Bezos – who is among the richest people in the world – reshuffled the news clipping. The article titled “Amazon.bomb” appeared in theRead More →

Former South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh released a statement through a spokesperson in response to a recent People magazine article about his marriage to his late wife, Margaret. On the night of June 7, Murdaugh reported discovering the bodies of his wife, Margaret, 52, and his youngest son, Paul, 22,Read More →

(AUDIO) Richard Evans Holds Up Richard Evans, still a dreamer Last week Humboldt featured prominently in a lengthy GQ Magazine article – for something other than weed, if you can believe it! The room, “The latest glimpses of endangered hippie utopias in California, takes the reader on a tour ofRead More →

Like the warm aromas that draw customers to a bakery, LWR’s growing culinary scene draws some of Sarasota’s top restaurateurs eastward. SRQ Review | September 2021 Through Jacob Ogles In new restaurants Like the warm aroma that attracts customers to a bakery, Lakewood Ranch’s growing culinary scene is attracting someRead More →