News

St. Pete mayor suggests timetable for Trop site decision

Mayor Rick Kriseman is likely to pull the trigger on a specific redevelopment plan for Tropicana Field in about a year.

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St. Pete City Council forges ahead with funding bus rapid transit, despite St. Pete Beach opposition

The St. Petersburg City Council voted unanimously Thursday afternoon to allocate $4 million to the Central Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. The decision comes after a volatile week for the project, which was officially opposed by the St. Pete Beach City Commission Thursday morning.

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St. Pete’s storefront conservation plan stays intact, for now

The St. Petersburg City Council has held off making any changes to an ordinance intended to protect independent businesses on two downtown blocks, saying the proposed changes wouldn’t adequately address the concerns of building owners.

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Media

He Said, She Said: Episode 15 - Florida Democrat's annual convention (1 of 3)

On the road at the Florida Democrats' annual convention - Part 1: Talking shop with top Dems Sean Shaw, Eric Johnson, and Screven Watson

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Culture

Your weekend arts forecast: A new look at Dali, pianist Aaron Diehl at MFA

As part of his ongoing quest to make the surrealist works of Salvador Dali even deeper, more compelling and more weirdly profound than they already are, Dr. Hank Hine is peering behind the curtain – in a manner of speaking – and letting the viewer engage with eight masterworks via augmented reality.

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The Shuffle

Jeff Trosclair
JAS Alloy

Zaps

The Hustle

Julie Peck (Eden)

Julie Peck and her husband moved from San Francisco to the Tampa Bay area and ended up finding the perfect opportunity to start their business.

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Profile

Carter G. Woodson Museum

Located in the heart of St. Petersburg’s historic district, the Carter G. Woodson Museum is a demonstration of the ongoing commitment to preserve African-American history.

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Influencer

Terri Lipsey Scott
Carter G. Woodson Museum

Focus: Driving

The End of Driving [The American Scholar]

Yes, autonomous autos will make roads safer and more efficient, but what wonders will be lost?

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PitchLyst Company: SafeZone

When life is hanging by a thread, every second counts. SafeZone automatically delivers critical information to the people that need it most within seconds of a gunshot. Safe Zone Gunfire Detection systems represent a breakthrough in cost-effective IoT (Internet of Things) design.

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