Last surviving member of Courageous 12: ‘We were the Jackie Robinson of police integration’

The last surviving member of St. Petersburg Police Department’s famous Courageous 12 joined St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway and St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman in a ceremony honoring the 12 African American police officers who sued the City of St. Petersburg to serve the entire city, more than over 50 years ago.

Read more

Tampa City Council member suggests city, Hillsborough County break with EDC

Tampa City Council member Bill Carlson wants the city of Tampa and Hillsborough County to partner on economic development initiatives, instead of funding the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. to do that work.

Read more

Marxent CEO: 3D is becoming central to all things retail

A partnership with La-Z-Boy demonstrates what Beck Besecker, CEO of Marxent, has been saying for years. Seeing a product in three dimensions is a vital part of retail sales.

Read more


StPete2050 | St. Pete, FL [City of St. Petersburg]

StPete2050 is a city-wide discussion + collaboration to explore what St. Pete might look like in 30 years. The goal of this visioning process is to provide community members with the opportunity to lend their input on the future of their city.

Read more


The swing’s the thing for Gloria West and the Gents

It was peer pressure that made a jazz singer out of Gloria West, who’ll be onstage at the Palladium Side Door Friday night.

Read more

The Shuffle

Wayne Powers


The Hustle

Nathan Van Coops

Nathan Van Coops was hustling before hustling was cool. He is author of the best-selling In Times Like These time travel adventure and 2017's Faster Than Falling.

Read more


ICYMI: SHINE wraps up; St. Pete just got a little more colorful

Travel snafus and the requirements of a jam-packed schedule kept Mexican artist Paola Delfin from arriving in St. Petersburg until a few days into the 2019 SHINE Mural Festival.

Read more


Jessica Rivelli
Working Women of Tampa Bay

Focus: Walkability

Kids Raised in Walkable Cities Earn More Money As Adults [City Lab]

A new study finds that even considering other factors, the walkability of a child’s neighborhood has a direct correlation to increased adult earnings.

Read more


Oct. 29

Nov. 1-3

Nov. 2

ICYMI: PitchLyst Startup Report #041: Anchor

Zach Hatraf joins Joe Hamilton in the studio.

Read more

Share on Facebook | Share on Twitter

Click here to unsubscribe from our mailing list