New St. Pete Pier will open May 30

The City of St. Petersburg announced Thursday morning that the new St. Pete Pier will officially open at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 30.

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Progressive is about to complete its $1.4 billion deal for homegrown insurer ASI

Ohio-based insurance giant Progressive Corp. said it will pay $242 million to buy out the remaining shareholders in ARX Holding Corp., the parent company of the former American Strategic Insurance in St. Petersburg.

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City panel OKs expansion by Brick Street Farms

Brick Street Farms, an urban farm and market, will grow its footprint in south St. Petersburg, after a city commission approved expansion plans Wednesday.

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Preserve the ‘Burg receives $150,000 to kickstart new preservation fund

Thursday, Preserve the ‘Burg announced that it received $150,000 in grant funding to kick off its revolving fund. Thanks to a $75,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation, matched by a commitment from the City of St. Petersburg, Preserve the ‘Burg will begin buying historic St. Petersburg structures in order to save them.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Fellini’s ‘Satyricon,’ Rachmaninoff’s Concerto

Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg screens Fellini Satyricon – as it’s officially titled – today (Thursday, March 5) at 7 p.m., as part of the Ancient Theater & the Cinema series. The $5 is on top of regular museum admission.

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Akeelah Kuraishi (Little Global Citizens)

Little Global Citizens is a start-up subscription box service inspired by Kuraishi and Minnick's life-altering, 13-month backpacking trip around the world.

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City Council votes to oppose state crosswalk legislation that city says could threaten public safety

The St. Petersburg City Council voted to formally oppose a measure in the Florida legislature Thursday, which in its current state would result in the removal of most of the city’s crosswalks using Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs).

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Preserve the 'Burg

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ICYMI: St. Anthony’s breaks ground on ‘100 year legacy’

A literary honor has been established by St. Petersburg Press, and named for writer, editor and teacher Roy Peter Clark.

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Brad Feld: 5 Lessons For Building Entrepreneurial Ecosystems [Refresh Miami]

t. Last week, Refresh Miami hosted Feld. co-founder of TechStars, for a fireside chat at TheVentureCity, and members of Miami’s startup community took advantage of the opportunity to join the conversation.

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