St. Pete City Council approves $450,000 for I-375 park and surface parking

A long vacant area of St. Petersburg’s Historic Uptown neighborhood will soon be more than empty fields and chain link fences.

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Florida Aquarium hosts display by the artist who turns ocean garbage into sculpture with a message

Trash and debris that’s washed up from the ocean has been turned into powerful works of art on display at the Florida Aquarium.

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Accenture’s top Tampa executive offers five ideas to help your business succeed

Technology and innovation are critical to the success of your business – no matter what that business is – according to a leader in the local technology community.

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Innovation in the 'Burg: Episode 12

On this episode of Innovation in the 'Burg, Alison is joined in the studio by Carl Lavender of the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg and Dr. Cynthia Johnson of the Florida Small Business Development Center. On the table for discussion is the Foundation's new Center for Health Equity.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Who’s in the band?

Contemporary chart acts do occasionally touch down on Tampa Bay big stages, and a lot of young hipster artists certainly find their way into our clubs, but it seems the majority of concerts in St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa are by singers, bands and performers who had their heyday a long, long time ago (we’re talking to you, RibFest).

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The Shuffle

Kathy Bryan
Digital Media Solutions


The Hustle

Carrington Kilgroe (SunState Yoga)

Carrington Kilgroe believes yoga is for everyone. That's why the St. Pete native founded SunState Yoga, a place for real people, connection and community instead of intimidating postures.

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The Work Around

The Work Around: Gypsy Souls

Switch up your daily grind with what’s brewing at local work hotspots. The Catalyst and The Work Lodge are partnering to profile office alternatives around St. Pete.

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Ingrid Harb
Women Ambassadors Forum

Focus: St. Pete Notables

Longtime St. Pete-area writer Bob Andelman dead at 59

Journalist and author Bob Andelman, a longtime presence in St. Petersburg media, died Monday after a short battle with a rare form of cancer. He was 59.

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The Body Shop will start hiring the first person who applies for any retail job [Fast Company]

No interviews, no background checks, no drug tests. When there is a job available, just answer three yes-or-no questions and the job is yours. It’s a new philosophy called “open hiring”—and it works.

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