A few seats left for this year’s 9/11 memorial breakfast

Wednesday, Sept. 5 is the deadline to reserve a seat at St. Pete’s biggest breakfast of the year. Taking place next Wednesday, Sept. 11 at the St. Petersburg Coliseum, Remember Honor Support is an annual event honoring America’s military, first responders and the others who’ve pledged to do whatever is necessary to keep us safe.

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Slinging Pacific inspired bowls and sushi burritos, Pacific Counter now open

Located at 660 Central Ave., Pacific Counter is the result of a master sushi chef, a sommelier, and an operations entrepreneur in a perfect mind meld. Pacific Counter delivers a fast-casual concept with a price point that sits at $12 across the board. The thoughtful menu presents a fresh take on two current crazes – poke bowls and sushi burritos. Patrons can choose one of ten signature creations to put into bowl or burrito form, or they can choose to build their own.

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Why Back-to-School Season Feels Like the New Year—Even for Adults

The arrival of fall and the start of classes seems to many like a beginning, for reasons ranging from biology to nostalgia.

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SPx Classic: Joanna Sikes - The Imagine Museum

Joanna Sikes talks her varied life arch and career, working with Santana, Dale Chihuly and the American Studio Glass movement.

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The Hustle

Evan Neidich (Fox and Crow Paper Co.)

With unique and original animal-inspired designs, Evan Neidich built the company from a side hustle to a full-time gig. A former art teacher, Neidich now gives her full attention to her work as an artist. But her teacher roots shine through in the many instructional videos she has created to teach others DIY art skills.

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First Citrus Bank

First Citrus Bank established its headquarters in 1999, and continues to expand throughout Tampa and grow in assets.

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The Shuffle

Tim Hudson
CFO Strategic Partners

Patrick Worsham
Tierra Nueva Fine Cocoa


Sridhar Sundaram

Focus: Storms

New Florida Keys Cottages Are Storm-Proof Affordable Housing

After the destruction of Hurricane Irma, the Florida Keys Community Land Trust started building affordable cottages that can withstand the next storm.


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ACUMEN: Optimism

Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones [New York Times]

The research that Dr. Fredrickson and others have done demonstrates that the extent to which we can generate positive emotions from even everyday activities can determine who flourishes and who doesn’t.

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