Takin’ it to the streets: St. Pete food truck festival tonight

More than 20 food trucks will park ‘n’ serve today as part of the second annual St. Pete Street Food and Craft Beer Festival at Albert Whitted Park, 107 8th Ave. SE.

The event combines “street food” from local vendors with a wide selection of craft beer from 16 breweries, including St. Petersburg’s Green Bench and 3 Daughters, and crafters from Palm Harbor, Tampa, Bradenton and various cities from around the country.

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Jobsite Theater goes ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’

It’s a week before opening, and the cast and crew of Dancing at Lughnasa are gathered in the intimate Shimberg Playhouse, one of Jobsite Theatre’s performance venues inside the Straz Theater complex in downtown Tampa.

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A Macy’s Goes From Mall Mainstay to Homeless Shelter [NYT]

As traditional retailers fade in the era of Amazon, a vacant department store near Washington becomes a refuge for people struggling to find affordable places to live.

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Dr. Jonathan Ellen

The Johns Hopkins leader talks leadership, transformational change and the importance of altruism [Audio - 54:16]

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The Hustle


Poet Maureen McDole is a St. Pete native and descendant of the early settlers of John's Pass. In five years she has taken Keep St. Pete Lit from a rag-tag band of book junkies to one of the state's premier literary organizations, built through focused programming and smart partnerships.

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Quantum Spatial

When you first learn about the work of Quantum Spatial, an intrepid clandestine mission into unkind territories comes to mind. The reality is they are mapping scientists and data analysts who develop and use geospatial technology to uncover intelligence about terrains.

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The Shuffle

Matt Spence
Feeding Tampa Bay

Brittany Fuller


Frank Wells
Bright Community Trust

Focus: Masculinity

To Compete with Amazon, Big-Name Consumer Brands Have to Become More Like It


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