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Not Your Average Speakers: Global Diversity, 83 Degrees

By Diane Egner
Saturday, May 05, 2012
Art, music, culture, food, perspectives, context, traditions, visions. The list goes on when it comes to the importance of global diversity to a community. But did you know that diversity also is a key indicator of economic success throughout history? Let's talk about it on May 17 with "Not Your Average Speakers.''

Photo Slideshow: PedalPub, St. Petersburg

By Julie Busch Branaman
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Can you work off the belly without giving up the beer? Maybe. Try exploring downtown St. Pete atop PedalPub, a moving tap powered by your own two feet and a round of beer. Shots, anyone?

Graduate Tampa Bay: Alistair Glover, St. Petersburg College

By Megan Hendricks
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Alistair Glover is among college students earning degrees that will count toward Graduate Tampa Bay's efforts to win the Talent Dividend, a $1 million national prize. Glover is a student at St. Petersburg College.

Saratopia Rivals Portlandia For Laughs, Sarasota

By Megan Voeller
Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Saratopia pokes fun at Sarasota for being uncool in the same vein that Portlandia mocks Portland for being hyper-hip. The lovingly comedic webisode series was launched by serial entrepreneur Rich Swier, Jr., one of the founders of the HuB.

"Hold My Paw'': St. Pete Puppy's Story Aids PARC

By Missy Kavanaugh
Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Proceeds from Hold My Paw, a fully illustrated children's book about Snapper, a yellow Lab, who overcomes illness and his fear of injections, will go to PARC, a Pinellas County provider of services for children and adults facing physical and mental challenges.

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