A stock portfolio made up of the securities offered by the largest publicly traded companies headquartered in the Tampa-St. Petersburg metro area dropped in value by 6.9 percent last week as coronavirus fears spread.
“I think that particular pairing of guitarists was just a dynamite, once-in-a-lifetime thing,” says Tony Tyler, who’ll be playing a Derek and the Dominos tribute set Saturday at the Gasparilla Music Festival in Tampa’s Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
We wanted to find simple language that would resonate with our donors, volunteers, adopters, media and the community. Basically, everyone. We landed on a phrase that says just what we mean: SPCA Tampa Bay is a for-all shelter.
On average, St. Pete Catalyst readers gave St. Petersburg a 4/10 for racial equity. The most common reasons they cited were segregation, including the effects of redlining and segregated public education.