Downtown St. Pete Partnership development guide sets stage for next decade

More than $8 billion in public and private investment is expected in downtown St. Petersburg over the next decade, according to the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership.

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Planner, urban designer Jeff Speck’s guide to making St. Pete a more walkable city

Here are our six takeaways from Jeff Speck for how to make St. Petersburg a safer, more walkable city, from reverting interstates to boulevards to building better bike infrastructure.

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Pink slips for Locale Market, Farm Table Cucina workers

BEMC LLC will lay off 131 restaurant workers at Locale Market and Farm Table Cucina in The Mall at Sundial..

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Special preview: Michelle's "Hallmark for the Holidays" podcast [He Said, She Said]

Let it be known: Michelle Todd Schorsch loves Hallmark holiday movies. But she is far from an ordinary fan: Michelle is the host of “Hallmark for the Holidays,” a podcast that breaks down the movies where warmth, love and Christmas never ends.

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Your weekend arts forecast: The Bard in the park, ‘Thanksgiving’ says goodbye

For theater at its most organic, look no further than Williams Park in downtown St. Pete, where the St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival and thestudio@620 are in cahoots with an under-the-stars bandshell production of Willie the Shakes’ Elizabethan-era comedy The Taming of the Shrew.

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The Shuffle

Sheila Kinman
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay


The Hustle

Stephanie Siwinski (Sorted Shelf)

The road from aviation planning to professional organizing wasn't quite a straight line, but after taking a few years off to spend time with her young children, Stephanie Siwinski saw an opportunity to make a difference.

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Ribbon Cutting

L3Harris commercial aviation looks to grow as it settles into new St. Pete HQ

L3Harris Technologies expects to add 50 staff members at its commercial aviation solutions headquarters in St. Petersburg over the next 12 to 24 months.

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Tonya Donati
Mother Kombucha

Focus: Privacy

Privacy on DNA sites might be threatened by a newly granted warrant

20 million people (a figure for the US I imagine) have uploaded their genetic profiles to consumer DNA sites like, 23andMe, and GEDmatch. The first two have pledged to keep their users’ genetic information private and the third severely restricted access. But a warrant granted in Florida might supersede their good intentions.

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PitchLyst Company: Optic Surg

The Power of Mixed Reality in the Operating Room. Created for surgeons by surgeons to improve patient care. Our mission is to help improve patient care in the operating room. As surgeons, we know that using technology to seamlessly provide us with information in the operating room will improve patient care and surgical outcomes.

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