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Innovation Fixation in Tampa Bay: Bioscan R

Wearing one’s heart on his/her sleeve is never a good idea. But wearing a personal monitor can save your life. Bioscan R is a biomedical device developer working to increase patient engagement and save lives with wearable devices. 

Stetson's Moot Court Board competes thourghout the U.S. and the world.

Stetson: First law school in Florida, #1 in advocacy nationwide

Law school students from around the globe will compete in the International Finals of the 20th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition in April in Gulfport. This year’s theme is confiscated poached elephant ivory, a pressing moral and ethical issue with international implications.

Big Brother John Fontana and spends time with little brother Isaiah Hopkins at Bricks 4 Kids in Tampa.

For Good: Young professionals find community, greater good through volunteerism

Volunteering your time and talent to local nonprofits can result in transformational change for those helped -- as well as for you as the helper. Meet four thriving young professionals who give of themselves to make the Tampa Bay region a better place.

Mauricio Faedo's Bakery; Seminole Heights mural; Red Star Rock Bar pup; Fodder & Shine bbq.

Experience 24 Hours in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa

Ask 10 locals to name the hippest urban neighborhoods surrounding downtown Tampa, and Seminole Heights is sure to be on their short lists. Come along as 83 Degrees experiences what you can find there.   

Darlene has been an Uber driver for 16 months.

Tired of driving? Ride-hailing services ready to help transform Tampa Bay transportation scene

Ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft increasingly offer alternatives for getting around town to Tampa Bay area residents tired of driving themselves or depending on traditional cab companies.

Construction of an eight-story, 300-unit luxury apartment complex along Kennedy Blvd. at 12th Street.

Channel District in downtown Tampa: 'Hottest real estate market in region'

More than 5,000 people will call the waterfront Channel District home when development projects currently underway in downtown Tampa are completed by the end of the decade. More projects are planned. And more are expected as investments continue.

Sommer Woods

Who is shaping the future of cities?

Across the country, passionate people are working every day on the little things that lead to big changes.

Artspace's Mount Baker Lofts

Is affordable artist live/work housing the new normal?

Since Artspace pioneered affordable artist live/work housing in the 1990s, disrupting the SoHo Effect in communities across the U.S., demand for such projects has grown. Which begs the question: Is affordable artist live/work housing becoming the new normal?

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Top research taking place in Tampa leads to national recognition for innovation, patents

It may not have the reputation of Silicon Valley or Princeton, but the Tampa area, led by the University of South Florida, is becoming a national center of technical and scientific innovation, largely but not solely in the health care field.

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Food + Art cookbook features local cooks, chefs, arts in Tampa, St. Pete

A colorful new cookbook, Food + Art, highlights a Tampa Bay that is filled with flavor and fine art, a place where Monet and Mango sorbet coexist. The volume showcases artistic highlights at St. Petersburg’s Museum of Fine Arts and the culinary favorites of 100 local chefs, both home-taught and professional. 

Bizou Brasserie at Le Meridian.

The gift of experiences: The present of your presence

Gift giving has never been easier -- gift cards are almost universally acceptable, and consumables are always well-received. For this guide to holiday presents, however, 83 Degrees highlights something more local, more hands-on, and perhaps more meaningful: The gift of experiences. The present of your presence.

Cleanse Apothecary in Seminole Heights.

Made in Tampa Bay: The 83 Degrees guide to shopping local

In this special ‘handmade holiday gift guide,’ 83 Degrees turns an eye toward what’s unique, what’s original and what’s locally crafted by makers in the Tampa Bay area. Candles, confectionaries and ceramics are just a few of the handmade items available in shops and markets located in Tampa or St. Petersburg this holiday season.

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Tech-driven vehicles emerge on Tampa roads

Imagine commuting to work in your car without ever having to turn your steering wheel, rev your engine or maneuver into a parking space. That dream is closer to reality than you may think.

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New St. Pete Pier will soon rise on downtown waterfront

The New St. Pete Pier will soon rise from the rubble left behind by the removal of the old inverted pier that had seen better days. Several local firms will be involved in the new construction.

Grand Central District, St Pete.

Look who's emerging now: Visit 3 Florida Main Street projects in St. Petersburg

The Edge District, Deuces Live Main Street and Grand Central District in St. Petersburg are good examples of what can happen when grassroots activists and city governments work together to turn formerly run-down neighborhoods into up and coming Florida Main Streets.
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