Get to know the founders of the new French American School [Audio]

Modeled after the quaint school Willy attended as a child, the LeBihan’s have created an immersive learning environment that explores the relationship between art, music and language. Now they are bringing location number two to St. Petersburg.

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Why a city’s district designations are important

oho, Hyde Park, Tribeca, Fremont, Ballard, Dumbo. What’s in a name? When it comes to a neighborhood or business district, a name is its identity, and that identity can bring important value to residents and business owners.

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New St. Pete company delivers gourmet meals … instead of flowers

“We are not Blue Apron, Hello Fresh or any of those companies out there,” Serwitz insists. “First of all, we’ve been around way longer than any of them. Secondly, we don’t send raw products to people’s homes with a recipe card and say ‘Here – prepare this.’ We don’t send frozen food to people and say ‘Boil this in a bag.’”

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Alex Harris, ACT

In its fifth year in St. Petersburg, ACT provides before and after school programming that educates, empowers, and enriches the lives of underprivileged students.

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Jeff Klinkenberg

Focus: Persuasion

To Change Someone’s Mind, Stop Talking and Listen


Florida Funders Thirsty Thursday

April 26

Champions for ACT

May 4

The State of Non-Profits in Pinellas County

May 10

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The St Pete Run Fest origin story by co-founder Ryan Jordan

After spending 20 years in IT, making the transition to race director was scary. Each day ran the emotional spectrum from moments of bliss to feelings of terror at the possibility of failure (apparently this is normal).

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