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Recycled grains from 3 Daughters Brewing help St. Pete Free Clinic feed the hungry

One of St. Petersburg’s largest craft breweries is feeding the hungry by getting double-duty out of a byproduct of its brewing process.

3 Daughters Brewing is working with the Food Bank at St. Pete Free Clinic on the initiative, which involves recycling the grain used to make beer, said 3 Daughters co-owner Leigh Harting.

“It’s long been a goal of ours to use that grain to give back to the community,” Harting said. “This is a great way of giving back.”

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‘Christmas’ comes early to St. Pete this weekend

The Thanksgiving turkey’s barely cold, and the City of St. Petersburg is ready to start declaring the Christmas season. Which is, of course, pretty much how things work in America today.

Political correctness being what it is, the word Christmas doesn’t actually appear in the event’s official name. “Holidays in the Sunshine City” is a Parks and Recreation Department event.

Saturday (Nov. 24), along Bayshore Drive from Albert Whitted Field to the Vinoy Basin, it’s the all-new Santa Parade – in which a certain jolly, bearded fellow (not to be confused with Mayor Rick Kriseman, who’ll also be there) will greet the impending season. The parade kicks off at 5:30 p.m., and culminates with the mayor (and that other guy) lighting the “holiday tree” and the North Straub Park waterfront.

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ICYMI: When Black Friday gives way to Small Business Saturday

Once Black Friday has come and gone – once the madding crowds are done with pushing, shoving and fighting over big box goods at low, low prices – there’ll be Small Business Saturday.

Localshops1, the 10-year-old local-biz advocacy group, is taking full advantage of Small Business Saturday, a national movement, to remind the first rush of holiday shoppers that buying local can be a very, very good thing.

“It helps remind people that supporting local businesses helps the community, it keeps the money local, and that small businesses add character to your neighborhood,” says Localshops1 founder Ester Venouziou. “Even though it’s one day – and people shouldn’t just focus on one day and forget about them the rest of the year.”

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Media

The Dream: Episode 2: Women's Work

This season on The Dream, Jane Marie dives into the world of pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, and all the other businesses that require their members to recruit their nearest and dearest in hopes of a commission.

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The Hustle

Amelia Naomi Dean (Bohemian Reves)

Bohemian Rêves' products are sold at multiple brick-and-mortar locations across Tampa Bay, and even in Chicago, Pennsylvania and in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Profile

Bay News 9

Operation Regroup is a mentor program that pairs injured veterans and troubled teens in the Tampa Bay area.

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The Shuffle

Larry Adam
Raymond James Financial Inc.

Lisa McClure
Ultimate Medical Academy

Influencer

Nadine Smith
Equality Florida

Focus: Black Friday

Why some brands aren’t offering Black Friday deals [Vox]

Scaling back on Black Friday is a canny marketing tactic for brands like REI, Everlane, and T.J. Maxx.

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ACUMEN: Failure

When the runway ends [Medium]

In this Underwire exclusive, Jana Kleitsch, CEO of Wanderlust Society, writes about closing her company. With her trademark humble intelligence and composure, Jana hits on the wrongs and rights of her three-year journey through the travel industry.

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