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Artists, neighbors speak out on 22nd Street South zoning plan

A plan to revitalize part of 22nd Street South in St. Petersburg is being greeted with cautious optimism by business and civic leaders.

The plan would change the zoning of the industrial area to allow for office, retail and housing uses. Artists, neighborhood association leaders and business owners said it looks promising, but they also want more details and opportunities for community input.

Old Northeast home wins HGTV award

Old Northeast home wins HGTV award

Community Voices: Reconsidering the future of the Manhattan Casino

Community Voices: Reconsidering the future of the Manhattan Casino

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‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Ken Block and Andrew Copeland

Ken Block and Andrew Copeland, the co-founders of Sister Hazel, guested on The Catalyst Sessions Friday. They began the program with an acoustic rendition of “All For You,” the band’s biggest, and most enduring, hit song.

They chose this one, Block explained, to “remind people who we are.”

Startup Report #075 – It’s By U

Founders: Christine & Caroline Strzalka

Ep 30 – J.C. Pritchett – Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance Legacy Center

‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Ephraim Sykes

The great Angela Bassett might take exception, but it’s the opinion of The Catalyst Sessions that Ephraim Sykes will soon be the most famous St. Petersburg native in entertainment history. Sykes was our guest on the 100th edition Thursday.

Three ways to get involved in the community this week

Sep 16 @ 10:00 AM

Speakers Who Inspire, Daniel E. Dawes, J.D. Author of the Political Determinants of Health

Sep 09 @ 06:30 PM

100 Women Who Care St Petersburg

Oct 01 @ 06:00 PM

TBBCA 31st Annual IMPACT Awards


Heated debate accompanies City Council vote on development in flood-prone areas

The Shuffle

Patrick Hwu, M.D

Moffitt Cancer Center

The SparkPlug


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