Tampa biotech’s investment struggles play a key role in creation of a new fund

A Tampa biotech entrepreneur is going to New York — temporarily — to find mentors and investors who understand her business.

Keriaan Greenhalgh, chairman and CEO of skin and wound care products company KeriCure, will be one of 15 founders taking part in Quake Capital’s spring 2019 cohort, a 12-week program that starts next week.

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Sheriff Gualtieri: Mitigate school safety threat now, navigate prevention bureaucracy later

During Thursday’s luncheon held at St. Petersburg Yacht Club, Gualtieri defended his position, fielding questions from the public on arming teachers, mental health policy solutions, and the logistics of implementing Guardians into schools.

One common theme emerged: action on harm mitigation needs to happen now.

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Culture Spotlight: Black Horse Theatre tells stories through dance, film and design

One of Alice Ferrulo Stampfle’s earliest memories is of a song from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Cinderella. These lines in particular resonated with the young Pennsylvania girl:

In my own little corner, in my own little chair, I can be whatever I want to be.

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1A: Live from St. Pete Burning Pants And Bottomless Pinocchios: Fact-Checking In 2019

Do facts matter when the president of the United States regularly ignores them?

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ICYMI: The St. Pete movie that never was: Altman’s MIA movie ‘Health’

Writing in the St. Petersburg Times, Roy Peter Clark called their arrival “The biggest thing to happen in St. Pete Beach since the Great Hurricane of 1921”

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The Shuffle

Paul Murphy III


The Hustle

Cider Press Cafe

Eric Law of Green N Things Urban Farms is cultivating unused plots of land throughout St. Pete, with raised beds and local compost, for urban farming - with the goal of growing a community around urban farming in the city.

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Great Explorations

Great Explorations Children's Museum has earned its place among established museums across the United States serving kids in a hands-on learning environment.

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Erik Smith

Focus: Plagiarism

Jill, say you’re sorry: By not calling it plagiarism, you’re hurting all of journalism [Poynter]

Jill Abramson’s book “Merchants of Truth” is a provocative exploration of the current state of journalism, how we got here and what that implies for the future. As the former editor of the New York Times, her defense of her plagiarized passages is distracting from the conversation she wants to have. And it could well damage all of journalism.

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PitchLyst Company: Synsormed

SynsorMed provides healthcare discharge teams with a complete reimbursable patient monitoring system.

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