How EDGE Central’s plan for old PD site fits Kriseman’s vision for growth

A $70 million project creating office, housing and retail space at the site of the old St. Petersburg Police headquarters could help spur growth beyond the EDGE District.

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Steve Contorno and Peter Schorsch predict 2020 election outcomes

Last week, Florida Politics‘ Peter Schorsch and Tampa Bay Times‘ Steve Contorno joined the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club to talk impeachment, give their thoughts on the Democratic primary and predict outcomes of the 2020 election.

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ICYMI: Gypsy Gallardo talks Inclusive St. Pete, moving the needle on economic growth in South St. Pete

The change-making component of Inclusive St. Pete is the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Accelerator, which will help 20 minority-owned businesses complete the rigorous certification and registration process with Florida’s largest supplier diversity programs.

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He Said, She Said: In the Tiger's Den

On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter intro Peter's appearance at the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club. Peter joined Tampa Bay Times Political Editor Steve Contorno on a panel at Tiger Bay to make predictions for the 2020 Presidential Election, the impeachment inquiry, and a few local races.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Shopapalooza, concerts and comedy

After Thanksgiving, and after Black Friday, there WILL be a weekend. This is certain. And while there’s not a whole lot happening in the local arts and entertainment world, those of us who will have had enough of holiday family time can find something fun to do Friday night, Saturday and Sunday...

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The Shuffle

Leanna Jackson
Tampa Bay Watch


The Hustle

Sean Hamilton

Sean Hamilton is an artist with serious skill. He spends much of his time touring the country with his drums - performing and improvising in art museums and experimental music spaces.

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Community Voices

Community Voices: Drowning in a salty sea of dollar stores, U.S. cities pass policy for residents’ health

Within a 42-block area of south St. Petersburg’s are six dollar-type stores and not one full-service grocery store that sells fresh or frozen produce, meats, dairy or whole grains.

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Tim Dutton
Unite Pinellas

Focus: Housing

The Silver Tsunami: Which Areas will be Flooded with Homes once Boomers Start Leaving Them? [Zillow]

Over the next 20 years, more than a quarter (27.4 percent) of the nation’s currently owner-occupied homes are likely to hit the market as their current owners pass away or otherwise vacate their homes.

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A Look Into VC Funding in 2019 [Embroker]

In the age of unicorns, terms like “record-breaking” and “mega-rounds” are frequently used to describe the state of venture capital in the U.S., and rightfully so. What was once was a statistical rarity, mega-rounds seem to be commonplace in VC, especially when 2018 marked a new all-time high — investments that surpassed the $100 billion mark for the first time since the dot-com boom.

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