Rays president: It’s time to think about a new way to make baseball more successful here

Listen to the full audio interview between Brian Auld and Catalyst Publisher Joe Hamilton.

A plan to split the Tampa Bay Rays’ season with Montreal is the best and quite possibly the only way to keep Major League Baseball in Tampa Bay, according to Brian Auld, Rays president.

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Tampa Bay Wave will deepen corporate engagement in 2020

Tampa Bay Wave’s new chairman, Brian Deming, wants to strengthen the ties between established corporations and the startup technology companies that are members of Wave.

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Impeachment Day: Reps. Crist, Castor to vote in favor of impeachment

U.S. Representatives Charlie Crist, D-St. Petersburg and Kathy Castor, D-Tampa will both vote in favor of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday, according to statements released by their offices.

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Innovation in The 'Burg Episode #010 [Innovation District]

St. Pete Police, Johns Hopkins All Children's team up to help officers recognize autism spectrum disorder, learn de-escalation tactics.

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Cabaret’s Callaway salutes rock’s Ronstadt at the Palladium Side Door

“Some people will say ‘Why is she doing this? I don’t understand. This is the Ann Hampton Callaway that sings pretty jazz songs!’”

Cabaret artist Ann Hampton Callaway is imagining kneejerk reactions to her latest show, a tribute to Linda Ronstadt.

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The Shuffle

Brian Johnson
Tampa Bay United Rowdies


The Hustle

Lisa Offerman (Tropical Home & Garden)

Tropical Home & Garden lays down beautiful landscapes throughout Pinellas County. Lisa Offerman’s business works with homeowners and commercial businesses, providing consultations with designers who help conceptualize landscape plans.

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ICYMI: St. Pete City Council approves new zoning category to spur ‘missing middle’ housing

Now, St Petersburg City Council has unanimously approved the creation of a Neighborhood Traditional Mixed Residential (NTM) zoning category, paving the way for “missing middle” housing like duplexes, triplexes and skinny homes to be built in St. Petersburg neighborhoods.

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Jennifer Brackney
CareerSource Pinellas

Focus: Emails

Why Study Philosophy? 'To Challenge Your Own Point of View' [The Atlantic]

An interview with Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, author of Plato at the Googleplex

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The Myth of Free Shipping [The Atlantic]

How retailers hide the costs of delivery—and why we’re such suckers for their ploys

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