Sold-out crowd lines up to tour tiny homes at SPC

Organizers had capped ticket sales to avoid excessively long wait times in the hot April sun. Still, the lines snaked around the leafy campus, with visitors queuing up to walk through the 29 domiciles on display.

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Live here, give here: Give Day Tampa Bay registration deadline is April 17th

Give Day Tampa Bay 2017 was a smashing success. In its fourth year, the single day fundraising effort raised more than $1.75 million for Tampa Bay non-profits from over 10,000 donors. Give Day Tampa Bay 2018 is looking even brighter.

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Take a stroll through piers past @

From its humble beginning as a railroad trestle devoted to the delivery of goods into the city from Tampa Bay, the city of St. Petersburg has always had a pier.

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Nathan and Sara Stonecipher

Nathan and Sara Stonecipher talk being married, being entrepreneurial powerhouses and being both at the same time.

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The Hustle

Jeremy Douglass

You've heard of Florida Orchestra, but what about Florida Bjorkestra? The Bjorkestra is comprised of 20 musicians from the Tampa Bay Area, paying tribute to their favorite pop artists, including their namesake, Bjork.

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We work with folks that are materially poor, that live on the streets, and there's a lot of folks that would think that they're lazy. I've met such hard workers and geniuses and leaders, and there are a lot of my mentors, some of my best friends that are on the streets.

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The Shuffle

Amy Kickliter
St Petersburg College

Shayne Fairley
My Florida Regional MLS


Howard Rutherford
USF - Marine Sciences

Focus: Eviction

In 83 Million Eviction Records, a Sweeping and Intimate New Look at Housing in America


Florida Business Analytics Forum

May 15

Antiquarian Book Fair

April 20-22

Startups and Raising Capital

April 10

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