St. Pete legislators recap a lengthy legislative session

Out of nearly 1,800 bills filed, only 196 were passed in both the Senate and the House. It has been called the least productive legislative session in 20 years.

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Opera is alive and well in St. Petersburg

Opera may be something of an acquired taste, but for those who love it, no other art form comes close in terms of delivering drama, dynamics or pure passion.

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Jordan Peterson saves the world

The professor with the massive social following isn't just doing pop psychology. He's trying to rebuild the West's moral order. [Weekly Standard]

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Craig Sher, Sembler Group

Craig Sher talks heroics in civic and business life, keeping a nuclear bomb in your back pocket, and St. Pete's economic future.

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The Hustle

Nathan Van Coops

Nathan Van Coops was hustling before hustling was cool.

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Maureen McDole (Keep St. Pete Lit)

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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The Shuffle

Eddie Martinez
Explore Inbound

Joey Romanik
Keller Williams


Toni Warren
President Suncoast Developers Guild

Focus: Social Media

A reluctant global news leader’s day of reckoning.


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La Cucina Sabina: From retirement to redirection

What does a Raymond James executive do when he retires at 55? He moves to Italy to start a luxury culinary vacation program.

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