Accenture leader says tech’s universal language has overcome ‘sibling rivalry’ in Tampa-St. Pete

As technology moves into a post-digital era, the Tampa-St. Pete area is on pace to be ready, according to a top Tampa executive at information technology consultancy Accenture.

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How two St. Pete brewers are ‘brewing for good’

Grassroots Kava House and Mother Kombucha are rapidly expanding companies that are working to ensure their industry’s well-being continues to mirror the health benefits that are attributed to the drinks they sell.

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Veteran Tampa banker raises $1 million for new venture

Jerry Campbell, former chairman and CEO of HomeBancorp, has launched a new financial services business in Tampa.

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SPx Episode 49: Peter Kageyama, Author for For The Love of Cities

For the love of love itself: Peter Kageyama talks openness, evolution, and co-creation of well-loved cities.

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Classical music, outside of the concert hall

Once a month on a Monday night, musicians from the Tampa Bay classical community – professionals and orchestra members, retired teachers, amateurs and students – assemble in the basement performance space of the Iberian Rooster restaurant.

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The Shuffle

Jeff Carcara
Bonefish Grill


The Hustle

Cider Press Cafe

Samantha Boyle is bar manager of Cider Press Cafe, on Central Avenue. Cider Press Cafe's menu consists entirely of raw vegan food.

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Oxford Exchange

For more than five years, Oxford Exchange has served as a premier, upscale gathering place in the Tampa Bay area.

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Tom Wallace
Florida Funders

Focus: Cognition

Scientists Are Totally Rethinking Animal Cognition [The Atlantic]

What science can tell us about how other creatures experience the world.

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Where You Should Move to Make the Most Money: America’s Superstar Cities [WSJ]

A tech-driven concentration of talent since the 1980s has helped the rich get richer. But it has also sharpened an urban-rural divide that, some say, threatens growth.

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