The glass art universe comes to St. Pete March 28-30

Approximately 1,000 members of the Seattle-based Glass Art Society, including artists, educators, students and scholars from all over world, will descend on St. Petersburg next week for the 48th annual GAS conference.

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USF presidential candidates talk consolidation at St. Pete campus

One day before the University of South Florida board of trustees is expected to choose a new president, candidates for the top job stopped in at each of the university’s three campuses.

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St. Pete opens small business opportunities at the Pier

A handful of small businesses will get a chance to sell their goods on what essentially will be the front door of the new St. Pete Pier.

The city plans to include kiosks suitable for small retailers in the Market section of the Pier, near the Welcome Plaza at Bayshore Drive.

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He Said, She Said: Spring Break Edition [Florida Politics]

Spring break edition: Dana Young talks Visit Florida; Our favorite travel agent Lesley Cohen gives post-session destination tips; update on the happenings in Tally.

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ICYMI: The Florida Bjorkestra: Eccentric music by fans, for fans

At any given moment, there’s an average of 20 people in the Florida Bjorkestra, the St. Petersburg phenomenon that regularly defies expectations of what a pop band can, and cannot, do.

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The Shuffle

Dan Galbraith
Baldwin Risk Partners


The Hustle

Slammer Shop

Kevin Dunn, Tara Morris and Matthew Razzouk all co-own Slammer Shop – a restaurant on the run. Slammer Shop is a big black food truck with a grinning cartoon criminal behind bars; he chows down on a fried bologna sandwich and some signature “Slammer Slosh,” which is a pork-based ramen.

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Friends of Weedon Island

Through the efforts of volunteers and organization members, Friends of Weedon Island dedicates itself to education, preservation and protection of Weedon Island Preserve.

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Karl Nurse
Bay Tech Label

Focus: Innovation

How robots, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles will change healthcare

Technology that can replace, or at least supplement, human labor will dramatically reshape healthcare in the future.

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Pitchlyst Company: Lunchpool

At Lunchpool, we are on a mission to create a healthier, happier and more fun work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and innovation. We will not stop until we severely diminish feelings of disconnectedness and siloed thinking in the modern digital workplace.

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