Five downtown St. Petersburg transit providers have joined forces on Car Free Living, a communications campaign to encourage people to think about ways of getting around downtown other than automobiles.
Leadership can emerge from diverse backgrounds and life experiences.
That’s one big takeaway from the March 7 “Inside the Corner Office” series, when four influential St. Petersburg women — a gallery owner, an educator, a financial services executive and a non-profit director — came together to discuss how they lead organizations, manage teams and balance responsibilities.
Carr has been a fixture on St. Petersburg stages for more than 40 years. His virtuosic harmonica playing, which can trill like a bird in springtime, honk like a freighter or roar with the ferocity of a hurricane, has provided the defining edge for a dozen of the most popular blues, rock and Americana bands to play the bay area circuit.
Nine more have ended veteran homelessness. It’s part of a national program called Built for Zero that uses a data-based approach to help officials figure out exactly who needs what services. Now it’s launching in 50 more cities.
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