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Innovation Summit seeks to be “catalyzing moment” for start-up ecosystem

This Summit, which kicks off Wednesday and runs through Thursday, seeks to bring together all players in the start-up ecosystem, from innovators and entrepreneurs to corporations and community leaders, and even investors.

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How Hollywood’s Andi Matheny cast herself in St. Petersburg

Andi Matheny’s love affair with Hollywood didn’t end badly, it just ended. After two decades of acting in sitcoms, commercials and prime-time soap operas, she’d had enough. So she brought a little Hollywood to St. Petersburg.

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A case for First Friday

Jackpot, I thought to myself. It had everything – live music, drinks, the likelihood of meeting people my age. And it’s for a good cause. The idea of it was awesome. The actual event, not so much.

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Media

David Feaster, President of Republic Bank

Republic Bank's David Feaster talks banking automation and innovation, surviving the Great Recession, and finding your passion through community involvement.

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The Hustle

JEREMY DOUGLASS (FLORIDA BJORKESTRA)

he Bjorkestra's next show is April 15th at the Palladium in St. Pete. The completely new show will perform a unique rendition of the best of Madonna and George Michael.

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SARAH WEAVER (BANDIT COFFEE CO.)

Since its inception two years ago, Bandit Coffee Co. has elevated the St. Pete coffee scene to new heights. Beloved for its curation of top-tier coffee and tunes, Bandit Coffee is also known for standing up for its values, thanks to owners Sarah (a St. Pete native) and Joshua Weaver.

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The Shuffle

Alex Sink
Tampa Bay Wave

Margaret Murray
Museum of Fine Arts

Influencer

Chuck Egerter
Founder & CEO - Eagle Datagistics

Focus: Publishing

How Being a Workaholic Differs from Working Long Hours — and Why That Matters for Your Health

Events

Synapse Innovation Summit

March 28-29

TiECon Florida 2018

March 31

Rays Opener v. Red Sox The Trop

March 29

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All in the family: Linton N. Tibbetts and the Florida lumber industry (part I)

When he sold his flagship Cox Lumber Company to Home Depot in 2006, the company had posted a previous-year profit of $396 million.

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