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St. Pete Pier welcomes 68,474 during Week One

Just under 69,000 people visited the new St. Pete Pier during its inaugural week. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, attendance was capped at 10,000 people per day, allowed to explore the 26 acres of parkland scenery and restaurants at will.

Free tickets were required for the first week, to ensure capacity was not exceeded. The ticket requirement was then lifted.

Hospital demand for convalescent plasma growing as COVID-19 cases are on the rise

Hospital demand for convalescent plasma growing as COVID-19 cases are on the rise

Castor calls on Florida to increase COVID-19 testing

Castor calls on Florida to increase COVID-19 testing

Tampa’s Edgility works with Ohio hospital system to keep patients healthy at home

Tampa’s Edgility works with Ohio hospital system to keep patients healthy at home

Community Voices: Payment disputes putting Tampa Bay businesses in danger

Community Voices: Payment disputes putting Tampa Bay businesses in danger

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VINTAGE ST. PETE: From the Bayfront Center to the Mahaffey Theater

VINTAGE ST. PETE is a series focused on our city’s illustrious (and occasionally notorious) past. Many of these features have appeared in the Catalyst over the past two years, and new stories will be added as time goes on. This one was originally published in October 2018.

The Duke Energy Center for the Arts Mahaffey Theater has been part of the downtown St. Petersburg landscape since 1965, although it’s changed considerably in appearance and stature.

‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Ronnie Dee

Ronnie Dee was 19 years old when his accompanied his parents from the Bronx, N.Y. – the only real home he’d ever known – to the complete unknown of Tampa Bay. “They told me ‘you’re welcome to home or you’re welcome to stay, we understand,’” Dee recalled Friday on The Catalyst Sessions.

Seedfunders adds St. Pete College president, former J&J exec to Opportunity Fund board
Tampa’s Benefytt Technologies plans to go private
Goodwill St. Petersburg outlet store reopening July 15
Cyber Florida joins forces with Pinellas County Schools to provide cybersecurity training

Jul 13 @ 07:00 PM

The Catalyst Sessions: Hank Hine

Jul 14 @ 07:00 PM

The Catalyst Sessions: Craig Pittman

Jul 15 @ 12:00 PM

Suncoast Tiger Bay Pinellas County School Board District 1 Candidate Forum

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TechWomen Rising Accelerator focuses on female-led tech startups in Tampa-St. Pete

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