KnowBe4, CyberFlorida warn malicious emails are on the rise amid Covid-19

The jump in employees working from home to stop the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus has created an unwanted side effect.

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When life hands you lemons, make hand sanitizer – with Mike Harting of 3 Daughters [video]

On this episode of Chamber Coronavirus Impact Insights, Mike Harting, owner of 3 Daughters Brewing, joins us to share an update on his business and makes a call for donations and connections to help 3 Daughters purchase the raw materials needed to make hand sanitizer.

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Covid-19 cases by city, Florida Blue opens helpline and other info you need to know

Pinellas County had 40 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of 11 a.m. Monday, including 37 county resident and three non-residents.

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A life of service: Carol Bellamy talks battling terrorism and bureaucracy, saving children's lives at UNICEF

On this episode of SPx, former director of UNICEF (1995 to 2005) and the United States Peace Corps (1993 to 1995), Carol Bellamy joins Joe in the studio to preview her keynote at the Conference on World Affairs. Bellamy shares her work immunizing children around the globe with UNICEF and preventing terrorism with the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund.

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Jobsite launches online build-a-sonnet project

Bored and restless in self-isolation, members of the Jobsite Theater community have come up with a novel way to interact, in an actor-ly way: An online variation on the word game Mad Libs.

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ICYMI: How this downtown St. Pete restaurant’s business model lets it keep workers on the job


The Hustle

Maureen McDole (Keep St. Pete Kit)

Poet Maureen McDole is a St. Pete native and descendant of the early settlers of John's Pass. 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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Community Voices

ICYMI: Feeding Tampa Bay seeks help from restaurants to meet growing need

The size and scope of each of these populations could be significant, and our preparation needs to reflect this potential reality.

Procuring and distributing more than 4.5 million meals every month, Feeding Tampa Bay is equipped to handle all types of food donations, including unopened/unused restaurant product, dry goods and perishable food items such as fruits, vegetables, and frozen meats.

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Chris Steinocher
St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce

Focus: Surreal

Exploring the Salvador Dali Museum online

St. Petersburg’s Dali Museum may be closed for now, but there are several ways visitors can investigate and appreciate the Spanish Surrealist’s bizarro world online, from the comfort (and forced isolation) of your own home. It’s already the most-visited cultural spot in the city, physically speaking.

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State of Business Media with Brian Hartz and Bridgette Bello [audio]

The coronavirus pandemic is causing uncertain economic times for every industry, but in many ways, it feels like the dying breath of old media.

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