Here are the companies that want to run the St. Pete Municipal Marina

Four companies have submitted plans to lease and operate the St. Petersburg Municipal Marina.

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Pivot positions Clearwater manufacturer for growth

TeaZa Energy, a Clearwater company that manufactures and sells a tobacco alternative, is on track to do $1 million in sales in 2019.

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The state of journalism with Janelle Irwin [Audio]

The world of journalism is facing rapid change. Florida Politics‘ Janelle Irwin joins Catalyst publisher Joe Hamilton in the studio to talk about the state of journalism, innovative digital media, and why newspapers of the future could operate more like museums.

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Allbirds: Tim Brown & Joey Zwillinger [How I Built This With Guy Raz]

Growing up, Tim Brown discovered he was very good at two things: design and soccer.

While playing professional soccer in New Zealand, he was turned off by the flashy logos on most athletic gear.

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ICYMI: ‘Hey, I’m here’: Creative Clay is producing artists for the future

As a vocational, educational and creative center for people with disabilities, Creative Clay has been an important part of St. Petersburg’s arts community for 24 years. The adult artists with neuro-differences are taught to present their work in festival and gallery settings. The ins and outs of the artistic experience, including sales and marketing. It’s not just “busy work” to occupy their time.

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The Shuffle

Vernon Irvin


The Hustle

Anja Jakupovic (Optik!)

Anja Jakupovic is hustling to make sure that St. Pete residents have every option to treat their eyes well.

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Acumen, Connections, Funding.

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Jonathan Daou
Eastman Equity Properties

Focus: Local News

America's rural radio stations are vanishing – and taking the country's soul with them [The Guardian]

At a time when local newspapers are disappearing, the loss of a radio station leaves a community with another cultural and informational gap.

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Tech Giants Amass a Lobbying Army for an Epic Washington Battle [New York Times]

Faced with the growing possibility of antitrust actions and legislation to curb their power, four of the biggest technology companies are amassing an army of lobbyists as they prepare for what could be an epic fight over their futures.

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