City of St. Pete seeking proposals for Tangerine Plaza Development Site

The site, wrought with trouble through three mayoral administrations, has seen two major grocery stores open and close since 2005. Most recently, the site featured a Walmart Neighborhood Market that shuttered its doors in March 2017, a damaging blow during a tough year for Midtown.

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Opportunity’s knocking: Give Day Tampa Bay runs from midnight to midnight, May 1

Once a year, opportunity comes knocking in the form of Give Day Tampa Bay. A 24-hour online day of giving where the entire community lifts up the work being done by nonprofits, fires up their electronic device, heads to and makes a donation.

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‘My Generation Is Never Going to Have That’

In what could be a preview of St. Pete housing, this piece explores the case for increased density as a necessary strategy in providing affordable housing to the young professionals that power a city's economic engine.

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Bob Devin Jones, Studio @ 620

Cultural icon and co-founder of the Studio @ 620 stops by to reveal his latest projects.

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The Shuffle

Kelly Cullen
Tampa General Hospital

John M. Turner Jr.
Regions Bank


Diane Bailey Morton

Focus: Truth

The Era of Fake Video Begins


PoweredUP Tampa Bay Tech Festival

May 23

Champions for ACT

May 4

The State of Non-Profits in Pinellas County

May 10

Partner Content

The St Pete Run Fest origin story by co-founder Ryan Jordan

After spending 20 years in IT, making the transition to race director was scary. Each day ran the emotional spectrum from moments of bliss to feelings of terror at the possibility of failure (apparently this is normal).

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