Planned road project makes it easier, faster for Raymond James and other Carillon employees to get to work

At the busiest times of the day, it can take a driver almost seven and a half minutes — 444 seconds — to get through the intersection at Roosevelt Boulevard and 28th Street North.

A planned road project would cut that delay to 48 seconds, a reduction of 89 percent, Evan Moray, the city’s transportation and parking management director told the St. Petersburg City Council.

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Woman-led Clearwater company breaks through gender funding gap

Base Culture LLC, a Clearwater company that makes baked goods consistent with a paleo diet, has raised $3.1 million in an equity offering.

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St. Pete officials tout environmental policies at Earth Day event

Elected officials from multiple levels of government gathered Monday at Bartlett Park to celebrate Earth Day in St. Petersburg, highlighting progressive policies passed at the city, county and federal level to combat climate change and make cities more resilient.

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[How I Built This With Guy Raz] Bumble: Whitney Wolfe

At age 22, Whitney Wolfe helped launch Tinder, one of the world's most popular dating apps.

But a few years later, she left Tinder and filed a lawsuit against the company alleging sexual harassment.

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Indie bliss: Sunscreen Film Festival begins Thursday

The Sunscreen Film Festival begins its 14th journey around the sun Thursday (April 25), and while it’s not Sundance, Tribeca or even Boca Raton, its reputation has grown exponentially since its early days on a shoestring.

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The Shuffle

Jesse Coraggio
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay


The Hustle

Tess Zigo

Tess Zigo is out to bust myths about who needs a financial advisor - and to help moms just like her succeed in the business world.

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Great Explorations

Great Explorations Children’s Museum has earned its place among established museums across the United States serving kids in a hands-on learning environment.

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Howard Rutherford
USF College of Marine Science

Focus: Education

Congress Considers Making College More Accessible To People In Prison [NPR]

Inmates are among the least-educated people in America. That's despite research that shows education is one of the most effective ways to keep people from coming back to prison.

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Data Analysis: When Unicorns Play Both Sides Of The Venture Table [Crunchbase]

Here’s how the startup investment game used to go: very rich people and organizations (limited partners) would invest in merely rich people (venture capitalists) who, in turn, invested that capital in startups.

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