In this installment of St. Pete 2.0, former City Councilperson Karl Nurse stops by the Catalyst studio to share his insight on housing in our city. With over 9 years of service on the Council, Nurse has had a front row seat for our civic evolution.
The YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg Diabetes Prevention Program has become the first such lifestyle change plan in Florida to receive full recognition by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is one of just eight diabetes prevention programs nationwide to receive this recognition.
Dick Holler’s “Abraham, Martin and John” is one of the most-recorded songs of the last 50 years. Written in the immediate aftermath of the June 5, 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, which happened just two months after Martin Luther King, Jr. had been gunned down, the song touched an chord in Americans forced to deal with the roiling emotions of the time.
True to its name, the platform seeks open up conversations and change the dialogue between people that are different from one another in terms of religion, politics, race, gender, gender identity, and sexuality.
Serving nearly 80,000 individuals annually in a community with a population of approximately 400,000, the YMCA has purposefully and historically committed the fullest extent of its resources to those in need.