Builders trade group challenges St. Pete ordinance on construction contract mandates
A construction industry trade association says it is illegal for St. Petersburg to require contractors to hire apprentices and disadvantaged workers in order to work on big city projects.
St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs expands with first sold-out mini-conference on AI [Audio]
According to AI expert Nicolas Sabouret, the first thing people should know when about artificial intelligence when putting it in layman’s terms, is that artificial intelligence is not really about intelligence at all.
Professional ultimate disc team wants to move to St. Pete
The Tampa Bay Cannons, an American Ultimate Disc League team, wants to make Al Lang Stadium its permanent home.
Episode #059: Tony DiBenedetto, Think Big For Kids [St. Pete X]
Thinking Big: Tony DiBenedetto talks founding Tribridge, pivots and evolutions, and life after
One piece at a time: The mosaic art of Teresa Sullivan
Strictly speaking, andamento is an Italian musical term, but its essential definition – a long and continuous fugue – also applies to the art of creating mosaics.
Kimberly BruceThe Florida Aquarium
Siobhan Monique Roland
Accompanied by her band, The Negro Ninjaz, Roland has performed at many popular local venues, including Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, Hideaway Cafe, Side Door Caberet at the Palladium and Jannus Live.
ICYMI: Community Voices: The Interesting Walk
"The acclaimed urban planner Jeff Speck, who will speak at the Palladium Theater Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m., taught me why I’m such a cheap date," writes Monica Kile.
Tony DiBenedettoThink Big For Kids
$42M Tampa software deal sets the table for restaurant efficiencies
Healthy margins and low customer turnover are two of the reasons Par Technology Corp. struck a deal to buy Tampa software developer Restaurant Magic for $42 million.
PitchLyst Startup Report #043: i9 Sports
Frank Fiume joines Joe Hamilton in the Catalyst studio.
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