Injustice theme resonates at St. Pete Pride flag raising

Mayor Rick Kriseman marked the start of St. Pete Pride, a month-long commemoration of the LGBTQ community, by raising the Pride flag at City Hall Monday morning.

The annual occasion was a much more somber event than in previous years.

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Tampa-St. Pete nonprofit, philanthropic leaders say partnerships and collaboration will be the new normal

Amid severe health and economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s also been one unanticipated outcome: increased collaboration among nonprofit organizations.

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St. Pete’s ‘peaceful’ protests: ‘We do not have peace in our hearts’

Two distinct pictures are emerging of Saturday’s protest in St. Petersburg, sparked by the death of an unarmed black man in police custody in Minneapolis, Minn.

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University of South Florida St. Petersburg looks toward reopening

The draft plan, which Tadlock says is underway now, is 125 pages long and has been worked on by nine different teams throughout the USF system, including Tampa, Sarasota and St. Petersburg. The plan must be compliant with CDC guidelines, governmental orders, public health best practices, and much more, Tadlock explains.

The plan is expected to go before the USF Board of Trustees June 9.

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Vintage St. Pete

VINTAGE ST. PETE: The rise and fall of Ralph Heath’s Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary

Ralph Heath Jr. took in sick and injured birds at this very spot on the Gulf coast beginning in the early 1970s. For decades, his Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary was the largest not-for-profit wild bird sanctuary and rehabilitation center in the United States.

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The Shuffle

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Deputy Mayor Kanika Tomalin: Podcast will be ‘a place for authentic exchange’

With Just Getting Started, her upcoming twice-monthly podcast, St. Petersburg Deputy Mayor Dr. Kanika Tomalin hopes to bridge the awkward gap between life before and after the coronavirus pandemic.

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Local lawmakers warn about ‘avalanche of evictions’ as state moratorium set to expire

Rep. Charlie Crist and a dozen other members of the Florida congressional delegation are calling on Gov. Ron DeSantis to extend the state’s moratorium on evictions, which is set to expire Tuesday, June 2.

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Episode 18: 100 Women Who Care

Christina Noordstar and Lauren Brigman of 100 Women Who Care.

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ICYMI: Startup Report #61 - Dr Richard Smith

The Founder of TradeStops by TradeSmith joins Joe for the latest Startup Report

Dr Smith shares his insight on stop losses in stock trading and the powerful psychology that drives people to not want to use them.

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