City of St. Pete seeks $17.7M from feds for infrastructure, environment projects

U.S. Reps. Kathy Castor and Anna Paulina Luna have selected five projects, submitted by the city of St. Petersburg, to send to the House Appropriations Committee for consideration in the

St. Pete launches ‘Safe Summer’ Fridays to engage teens

The city of St. Petersburg has launched its “Safe Summer” series of events beginning with a block party Saturday, at Campbell Park Recreation Center, complete with education on violence prevention,

St. Petersburg’s Studio620 announces leadership transition

Studio@620 has named Erica Sutherlin as the incoming artistic executive director, as a part of the planned transition for when founder Bob Devin Jones steps down from the role, in

Great Places & Spaces: St. Pete’s 2nd Street tower

A new high-rise development has been proposed for downtown St. Petersburg at the corner of Third Avenue North and Second Street North, where Sundial valet parking and Fit 2 Run

Tonjua Williams: President of St. Petersburg College

Tonjua Williams became St. Petersburg College’s seventh president on July 3, 2017. A St. Petersburg native, Williams began her tenure with the college in 1986, rising through a variety of

Green Bench expansion is much more than added space

Green Bench Brewing recently announced a massive expansion to the tune of $3.4 million. Capitalizing on the convenience of an adjacent empty warehouse space, Nathan Stonecipher, co-owner of Green Bench,

Rococo does a modern take on steak

Rococo Steak | 655 Second Avenue South, St. Petersburg Hidden down a side street near Tropicana Field is one of Tampa Bay’s hidden gems. Rococo Steak, a brand under Caldeon

How to be polished and presentable for a warm Florida fall

First, the bad news: In the Tampa Bay area, October can easily still feel like August. Now for the good news: There are experts like Jose Martinez, owner of Sartorial

The Getaway

The Getaway opened its second location this summer in the Skyway Marina District in south St. Petersburg. The location, much like its Gandy Boulevard spot, is all about the waterfront,

Capitalism in action at the St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market

In a city where companies like Mother Kombucha make headlines for entering big box grocery stores and businesses are rated based on “bike-friendliness,” the St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market, which

The Pier: Past and Future

St. Petersburg residents watch as the cranes hover over The St. Pete Pier construction site, and they wait to enjoy the new iteration of a city landmark, but people of

A rendering of The St. Pete Pier in St. Petersburg