$90 million, five-story art museum nearing completion

St. Petersburg’s latest world-class museum – a five-story architectural wonder that’s dominated the corner of 3rd Avenue and 4th Street N. for two years – is finally close to announcing an opening date.

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St. Pete ‘vibe’ at the heart of a debate over business growth downtown

A plan designed to promote independently owned businesses is back on track for consideration by the St. Petersburg City Council.

The Storefront Conservation Corridor Plan now is scheduled for an April 4 public hearing and council vote.

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An outdoor performing arts venue is officially coming to St. Pete’s Warehouse Arts District

St. Petersburg’s Warehouse Arts District will soon be home to an outdoor performing arts venue. The City of St. Petersburg’s Development Review Commission officially rubber-stamped the project July 10.

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Talking justice, fairness, equity with Unite Pinellas’ Tim Dutton [Audio]

About four years ago, the Tampa Bay Times published a bombshell investigative series called Failure Factories. Those stories, which uncovered inequalities in Pinellas County Schools, specifically around five primarily black elementary schools in South St. Petersburg, spawned the creation of a coalition of some of the most influential organizations in Pinellas County.

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Capone, the Babe, the Gangplank and Jungle Prada

“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.”

So declared a savvy newspaperman in the film The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, explaining that once a tale has been repeated over the years it tends to get larger, taking on mythic proportions, until it grows far more interesting than the original truth...

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The Shuffle

Jennifer Gudenkauf
Welbilt Inc.


The Hustle

Tyna Papillon (Jubilee Aerial)

Tyna Papillon is not your average business owner. She has taken entrepreneurship to new heights through her aerial dance business, Jubilee Aerial.

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Gatorade inventor’s cholesterol product gets traction with St. Pete’s Go Epic Health

A St. Petersburg company plans a big marketing and advertising push this year for Cholesterade, a drink supplement designed to lower cholesterol that was developed by the University of Florida medical researcher who invented Gatorade.

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J.P. DuBuque
St. Pete EDC

Focus: Catalyze

Catalyze 2020: Jared Meyers

In order to become an even better place to live than it already is, St. Pete needs its businesses to operate in a way that helps the city achieve its goals­ – and my thought is that these goals should align with the worldwide goals set out in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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PitchLyst: Startup Report #036 - Tribridge

Tony DiBenedetto joined Catalyst Publisher Joe Hamilton in the studio.

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