Here are the Pinellas County ZIP codes with the most cases of Covid-19

Two ZIP codes in north central Pinellas County have about 15 percent of all the confirmed cases of Covid-19 coronavirus in the county.

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Roundup: Stay at Home FAQs, Bloomin’ CEO forgoes pay, Admiral Farragut makes masks

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has cleared up one big question about the statewide Stay at Home order that took effect Friday to control the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.

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ICYMI: St. Petersburg unveils $6.8 million fund for small businesses hurt by Covid-19

The city of St. Petersburg has released details on the Fighting Chance Fund, a $6.8 million program to help small businesses in the city that have been economically impacted by Covid-19 coronavirus and the strict governmental measures enacted to control the spread of the virus.

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Impact Catalyst Episode 3: Emilie Socash & Irv Cohen

On this episode of Impact Catalyt, Emilie Socash and Irv Cohen of the St. Petersburg Foundation join Joe in the studio. Impact Catalyst is where donors, nonprofits, and volunteers gather to get information, search for opportunities, engage and are inspired to transform their community.

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‘The best rock band around’: A chat with Safety Harbor resident Robin Zander, of Cheap Trick

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Robin Zander, lead singer with the band Cheap Trick, has been rattling around the Safety Harbor home he shares with his wife, Pam, for weeks now.

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The Shuffle

Michael Irvin
Palms of Pasadena Hospital


The Hustle

Crystal Hochmuller (Chat City)

If there's one thing we love in this city, it's a podcast. Especially those that elevate our city and the people who make it great. Crystal Hochmuller's Chat City podcast is doing just that. From artists to entrepreneurs to nonprofits, Hochmuller is leaving no stone unturned, no story untold.

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Catalyst Sessions

‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Nate Najar and Daniela Soledade

The St. Pete-born jazz guitarist and the Brazilian songbird gave a virtual mini-concert – from the proper social distance, of course – and talked about the roots of the music. According to Soledade, bossa nova was created in Rio de Janiero in the late 1950s, when much of the population was crowded into tiny, box-like apartments.

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Emery Ellinger
Aberdeen Marketing, Inc.

Vintage St. Pete

ICYMI: Capone, The Babe, The Gangplank and Jungle Prada

Stories have circulated for nearly a century about Al Capone and Babe Ruth, two famous figures in American history, and their ties to the area of western St. Petersburg known, in different eras, as The Jungle, Jungle Prada and Jungle Terrace.

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For Open-Source Ventilators, Making Them Is the Easy Part [Wired]

Plus: The DIY movement, the Long Tail theory of the internet, and wild animals in the streets.

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