St. Pete mayor speaks out on sewers, downtown development, housing

The city of St. Petersburg will spend $300 million over five years to address the city’s long-neglected sewer system, and likely will need to spend up to $1 billion to fix all the problems, according to Mayor Rick Kriseman.

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Scooters one step closer to St. Pete streets as ‘micromobility’ ordinance passes first reading

Electric scooters are one step closer to hitting St. Pete streets after the St. Petersburg City Council voted to pass an ordinance to second reading that would regulate the scooters within city limits.

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Florida company with tech to control healthcare-acquired infections wins funding from Seedfunders, Dreamit

Seedfunders, an early stage investment firm in St. Petersburg, is one of three investors in Intelligent Observation, a Miami company with technology to track handwashing compliance to control infections in hospitals.

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PitchLyst Startup Report: Episode 37

Joe Hamilton welcomes Tyler Kelly and Eddie Reybitz of Pitch Madness to the studio.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Capitol comedy and an American Stage premiere

It could be successfully argued that it’s always a good time for political lampoonery – Washington has given us no shortage of “if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry” moments in these post-Nixon years. As for the current climate? Well, this isn’t the forum for discussing it.

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The Shuffle

Joanna Huisman


The Hustle

Ronnie Lee (Cheers! Events)

Ronnie Lee and his wife Kristin Coffey founded Cheers! Events 15 years ago. From Jet Engine Mechanic to CEO of a full-fledged event planning business and the St. Pete Side Lot event space, Lee has grown Cheers! exponentially over the last decade.

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The Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) is an interactive playground that offers hands-on science, technology and engineering exhibits for the Tampa Bay community.

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Mike Sutton
Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas & Pasco

Focus: Visual Investigation

How the Las Vegas Gunman Planned a Massacre, in 7 Days of Video [New York Times]

Using exclusive surveillance footage obtained from MGM Resorts, we pieced together the last days of Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas gunman. He plays video poker, laughs with hotel staff and hauls bag after bag of weapons into his suite.

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Welcome to the 'Airbnb for Everything' Age [Wired]

In the sublet economy, you can turn anything into extra cash: your house, your car, your boat, or your backyard.

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