Boston developer plans mixed-use project one block from St. Pete City Hall

The DeNunzio Group LLC has proposed a new high-rise with retail, office, hotel and residential space on what’s now a parking lot at 1st Avenue North and 5th Street, one block south of St. Petersburg City Hall.

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Northside Hospital CEO heads for Chicago

Dia Nichols, CEO at HCA-Northside Hospital, has a new job as president and CEO of a suburban Chicago hospital.

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Florida Orchestra announces 2019-2020 season

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the day Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to walk on the moon, the Florida Orchestra will welcome 49-year-old American composer and conductor Eric Whitacre for a concert spotlighting his Deep Field: A Cosmic Experience.

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He Said, She Said: Debut [A Podcast About Florida Politics]

On this very first episode, Peter Schorsch and Michelle Todd Schorsch talk to Bob Buckhorn about his legacy, the upcoming election, and why being mayor is the best job in American politics

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‘Like being in my living room’: Sarah McLachlan, solo, tonight

Tonight’s concert at Ruth Eckerd Hall will be just the third bay area appearance by Sarah McLachlan since 2005. It’s only seemed liked the Canadian singer/songwriter’s been ubiquitous, because of the 24/7 broadcast of those “sad-eyed puppy” commercials she did for the ASPCA.

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The Shuffle

Albert Narvades


The Hustle

Chad Harris (Studio Laconic)

Chad Harris founded his own architectural firm in 2017. As an LEED-accredited professional and a former realtor, Harris brings his extensive knowledge of sustainable buildings to bear on his architectural practice.

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Gregory, Sharer & Stuart

Since 1984, Gregory, Sharer & Stuart maintains the personalized touch of a small accounting firm while accumulating the resources of a large, national firm.

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Peter Schorsch
Florida Politics

Focus: Tampa Bay Tech

Fast-growing data integrity company expands in Tampa

A technology industry veteran with a strong Tampa connection is working to help corporate leaders better trust the data collected by their companies.

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How Ikea’s innovation lab redesigned its own open plan office

Many employees hate open offices. Yet scores of them continue to be built around the world; after all, open plan designs likely save companies millions per year. Not content with its own open plan office, Ikea’s innovation lab, Space10, recently decided to redesign its Copenhagen headquarters to give its employees more privacy.

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