St. Petersburg’s largest companies leapfrog others to advance on the Fortune 500

Two St. Petersburg-based companies made significant advances on the Fortune 500 for 2020.

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New affordable housing developments planned for St. Pete

Operating revenue is up at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, but the hospital is still losing money.

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How Covid-19 has thrown projects like the redevelopment of the former St. Pete police station into flux

On this episode, Jay Miller of J2 Developers joins Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Joe Hamilton, publisher of the St. Pete Catalyst.

He shares updates on his upcoming major project: the redevelopment of the former St. Petersburg Police Station in the EDGE District.

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Ep. 67 - Miracle: Jim Craig tells the story of his success in business and on ice

On this episode of SPx, Joe is joined via Zoom by Jim Craig, founder of Gold Medal Strategies. Craig was the celebrated goalkeeper of the 1980 Olympic gold medal-winning hockey team, known as the Miracle team.

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Vintage St. Pete

Behind the sails at MGM’s good ship Bounty

Thirty-five summers have come and gone since Regan Garnett last stood on the windswept deck of the HMS Bounty, the replica 18th century wooden ship docked for the amusement of tourists at the St. Petersburg Municipal Pier.

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The Shuffle

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Impact Catalyst Ep. 16 - The Naked Farmer

Jordan Johnson of the Naked Farmer joins Catalyst Publisher Joe Hamilton in the studio.

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Pinellas County Covid-19 cases swell past 1,000 as a major hospital system says some patients need new tests

The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Pinellas County topped 1,000 Saturday.

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Covid-19 Cases by Zip Code


The campaign to save Jack Kerouac’s St. Pete home and much more with Jeff Schorr

Schorr and a number of other community members are working to raise money to purchase the house that Kerouac (1922-1969) lived in, where he spent the last years of his life.

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Even the Pandemic Can’t Kill the Open-Plan Office [CityLab]

Even before coronavirus, many workers hated the open-plan office. Now that shared work spaces are a public health risk, employers are rethinking office design.

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