Major downtown St. Pete landlord defers April rent for retail tenants

Tricera Capital is offering to postpone April rent for all its retail tenants as they cope with the restrictions on businesses imposed to contain the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.

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How employers should deal with HR in the wake of coronavirus, InsideOut hiring [video]

In the wake of the passage of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act, passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump Wednesday, Sean McConnell, CEO of Modern Business Associates, along with Brady Diggs, Senior Director of Business Development, join Catalyst Publisher Joe Hamilton and St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce CEO Chris Steinocher in the Catalyst studio.

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An Arts Emergency Relief Fund is in the works for Pinellas County

As productions and events are canceled or postponed, galleries are shuttered and everyone from artists to technicians to arts administrators deals with the potential and very likely loss of income, an effort is underway by Creative Pinellas and the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance to create an Arts Community Relief Fund.

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Need to Know

State clarifies DeSantis’ executive orders for bars, clubs, breweries and restaurants

Kegs, growlers, canned and bottled beverage sales are lawful, and businesses like Green Bench Brewing Co. and 3 Daughters Brewing Co. have already begun to-go sales in accordance with the order.

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Modern Business, EDC, Chamber work to save restaurants

St. Petersburg business and civic leaders have launched #CarryOutStPete, an effort to support local restaurants.

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Brewing Goodness

3 Daughters switches gears on hand sanitizer giveaway


The Hustle

Amanda Keyes (Community Cafe)

Amanda, who’s best known as Mandy by many locals in St. Pete, is energetic and welcoming to newcomers who venture into Community Cafe asking about everything from their vegan-friendly menu to their monthly art exhibits.

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Coronavirus hits downtown St. Pete, #WFH pics and other info you need to know

A resident of ONE St. Petersburg has been diagnosed with Covid-19 coronavirus, local workers are transitioning to home offices and the area’s leading grocery chain is setting aside time for senior shoppers as the Tampa-St. Pete area learns how to live in the midst of a pandemic.

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Wayne Atherholt
City of St. Pete

Focus: Reading List

New book explores Tampa Bay popular music’s rich history

A new book about bay area history might make a nice addition to your ever-expanding social distancing reading list.

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ICYMI: St. Pete’s InsideOut hiring 150 after new contracts with T-Mobile, Google

Over the next six months, InsideOut will hire 150 employees, some of whom will staff the T-Mobile center and others who will fill jobs created by additional contracts with Google, Facebook and IBM, Nuss said. He expects many of the new hires will be people who have been working in the hospitality industry, which has taken a hard hit amid efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.

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