Transportation tops issues in StPete2050

Transportation and mobility concerns have emerged as the top themes the city of St. Petersburg needs to address over the next 30 years.

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Underpaid workers get more help from Pinellas County

Private sector employers in Pinellas County will be required to provide more information about pay to their workers under revisions to the county’s wage theft ordinance.

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Clearwater health tech company sells for $475 million

Kinderhook Industries has agreed to sell Stratus Video in Clearwater to AMN Healthcare Services for $475 million.

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Report: Regulation stands in the way of entrepreneurship for low-income families [Audio]

Winegarden spoke with St. Pete Catalyst publisher Joe Hamilton regarding the findings of his report and why low-income entrepreneurship is not thriving in the United States.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Tactile art and other creative riches

It isn’t common for an art gallery to encourage visitors to reach out and touch the work on view – as a matter of fact, that’s generally considered one of the major no-no’s of any gallery experience...

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The Shuffle

Bill Carstarphen


The Hustle

Evan Neidich(Fox + Crow Paper)

Fox and Crow is far more than just a paper company - it's all about art, imagination, and building something you love. With unique and original animal-inspired designs, Evan Neidich built the company from a side hustle to a full-time gig.

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Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg adds new members to Board of Trustees

The list is comprised of well-known community members from a cross-section of the St. Petersburg business and nonprofit community.

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David Chitester

Focus: Phones

Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain [New York Times]

My name is Kevin, and I have a phone problem.

And if you’re anything like me — and the statistics suggest you probably are, at least where smartphones are concerned — you have one, too.

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ICYMI: The $2.5 million ask: Seven tech startups in the Wave accelerator make their pitch

Seven entrepreneurs with tech companies that could change the healthcare, business services and fashion industries pitched their ideas to about 200 potential investors and community supporters at Tampa Bay Wave’s Pitch Night.

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