St. Pete will issue citations to crowds of 10 or more in city parks

St. Petersburg parks remain open for now, but Mayor Rick Kriseman says the city is prepared to take action against big groups of people who gather in the parks.

Groups of 10 or more will be cited for violating municipal ordinances, Kriseman said, during a Monday afternoon update on city actions to contain the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.

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Tampa startup Natural Nipple works to boost the medical supply pipeline to fight Covid-19

Wright has shifted gears from product development to coalition building.

Her mission is to connect private companies and a not-for-profit with healthcare professionals to get them the protective equipment and tools they desperately need to battle Covid-19, said Chris Rux, managing partner at Cherry Bekaert. The Natural Nipple recently became a client of the accounting firm.

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Helping working artists, nonprofits and creative businesses through the Covid-19 pandemic

On this episode of Chamber Coronavirus Impact Insights, John Collins, Executive Director of the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and Duggan Cooley, CEO of the Pinellas Community Foundation join Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber and Joe Hamilton, Publisher of the St. Pete Catalyst to discuss the Pinellas Arts Community Relief Fund.

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St. Pete X Episode 65: Fred Bullard, Veteran developer & entrepreneur

St. Pete pioneer: Fred Bullard shares stories of entrepreneurship and talks about building some of St. Pete's most iconic places

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Dali puts ‘Midnight in Paris’ online; Hine appears in video greeting

Today, the Dali officially announced that it will be closed “until further notice.”

The popular Midnight in Paris: Surrealism at the Crossroads exhibit, originally scheduled to close on April 9, will not return. In its place, the Dali has created an online version for perusal.

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The Shuffle

Harris Baltch
Dynasty Financial Partners



Florida regulators approve new area code for part of the Tampa-St. Pete area

A new area code will be coming to Hillsborough County, part of Pasco County and Oldsmar in Pinellas County.

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Roundup: Kriseman’s message to Trump, scam crackdown, TECO’s $1M donation, USF makes face masks

Today’s roundup has updates from Mayor Rick Kriseman, the federal attorney in Tampa, Tampa Electric and People’s Gas, and University of South Florida.

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Mike McNally
Genesis Direct

Community Voices

Community Voices: Exorcising (or exercising) our demons at Demens Landing

"Our new routine includes mid-morning exercise – walking and stretching – usually at or near a park on the south end of St. Petersburg," writes Roy Peter Clark. "While we spend most of our time in the house – and no one else comes in – we take advantage of an escape clause that allows us to step into the sunshine for exercise."

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PitchLyst Start-up Report: M-ize [Video]

Ashok Kartham – Founder and CEO of M-ize joins Joe Hamilton in the studio..

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