Here’s what your St. Pete City Council ballot will look like in November

The results are in. Following the Aug. 27 St. Petersburg City Council primary election, two candidates from each district up for election this year will find their names on the November ballot, where they will be subject to city-wide election.

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Cool deal: Seedfunders invests in smart tech refrigeration company

Seedfunders, a St. Petersburg-based investment group, has committed $500,000 to Polar Controller Inc., a Jacksonville startup with patented smart technology for the cooling industry.

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Tampa software developer grows by modernizing public safety

The mural painted on the entrance to Soma Global’s new downtown Tampa office has special significance for the technology firm.

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He Said, She Said: Episode 24 with Gwen Graham

Gwen Graham looks back at 2018, looks forward to 2020. Plus the latest from Disney's #D23

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Liz Dimmitt has designs on an innovative new St. Pete art experience

With a BA in Finance from Georgetown University, and a Master’s in Visual Arts Administration from NYU, Dimmitt has made a career as a “cultural strategist,” working with companies, cities, brands and individuals to create unique cultural programming, events and experiences.

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The Shuffle

Erynn Kirshner
Restaurant Magic


The Hustle

Steven Fage

Steven Fage is a robotics engineer turned entrepreneur. In 2010, he gave up a life as programming industrial robots, sold everything, and moved to Tampa to study Entrepreneurship at the University of South Florida.

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Keep St. Petersburg Local

Keep Saint Petersburg Local organizes to unite St. Pete’s many local businesses.

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Ingrid Harb
Women Ambassadors Forum

Focus: Popular Vote

The Movement To Skip The Electoral College May Take Its First Step Back [Five Thirty Eight]

In March, the state of Colorado handed a historic win to opponents of the Electoral College by becoming the first purple state to sign on to the National Popular Vote interstate compact.

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ICYMI: Tampa tech company raises $15M

Homee, a Tampa company that uses technology to match skilled service providers with home owners and property managers, has closed a Series B funding round.

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