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Check out what urban designers see coming to downtown Tampa

David Dixon and Jeff Speck, the two urban planners hired by Jeff Vinik and Strategic Property Partners to redesign the waterfront neighborhood surrounding Amalie Arena, talk about what they envision and why it matters as cities compete in the global marketplace for talent and innovation.

Vinik and SPP are investing more than $1 billion in the project.

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Columnist outlines 10 critical goals for Tampa Bay region

The future prosperity of the Tampa Bay region depends on key decisions being made on 10 critical issues in need of solutions, according to a list compiled by Tampa Bay Times Columnist Robert Trigaux.

At the top of the list: transportation.

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Tampa airport renovation attracts local restaurants, foodies

Local restaurants are stepping up to open new digs inside the renovated Tampa International Airport. The airport's expansion will make room for new options in dining and everyone wants a seat at the table. 

Expect the airport to become even more of a destination for foodies come 2017.

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2 new makers markets open in emerging Tampa neighborhoods

New markets featuring goods and services created by local makers open in the Seminole Heights and Ybor City neighborhoods in Tampa.

The markets represent another alternative shopping experience supportiing the popular buy local movement.

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Reasons for optimism about Tampa Bay economic future

Tourism is up. Housing sales and starts are up. Investments in property and new developments are promising to transform entire neighborhoods.

Tampa Bay Times Columnist Robert Trigaux lists 20 reasons for optimism about the Tampa Bay area's economic climate.

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Tampa Bay business leaders reach out to Chile for trade opportunities

Business and community leaders from Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, including Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman, travel to Chile this week to consider opportunities for increased trade between the Tampa Bay region and South America.

The group plans to meet with public and private leaders in Santiago and other Chilean cities under the auspices of the Tampa Bay Export Alliance.

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USF attracts $25M gift from longtime donors

Pam and Les Muma, longtime philanthropists and supporters of USF, are giving $25 million to USF's College of Business to enable a stronger academic program and greater community engagement by faculty and students.

The gift is the largest in the school's history.

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Immigrant Entrepreneur Gives $10M Legacy Gift To USFSP

Successful entrepreneur Kate Tiedemann, a post-World War II immigrant who made her fortune by following the American Dream decides to leave a legacy gift of $10 million to USFSP to support business education.

The gift follows Tiedemann's desire to help young and budding entrepreneurs build a solid foundation of knowledge to launch startups and achieve their own successes. 

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Tampa Tops List Of Emerging Craft Beer Towns

Tampa tops a list of "America's Top Ten Emerging Beer Towns,'' says The Pour Fool, a Seattle-based blogger who reviews  wines, beers and spirits from the Pacific Northwest and around the globe.

The ranking follows a recent story in 83 Degrees titled "Local Breweries Set Stage For Florida's Craft Brew Revolution.''

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Proposed FDA Regs Threaten Tampa's Cigar Makers

Proposed new FDA regulations designed to protect the health of children and improve safety around smoking products, especially e-cigs, is threatening one of Tampa's oldest industries: cigar making.

J.C. Newman Cigar Company owners Eric and Bobby Newman are working to find a solution.

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Tampa Bay Mourns Loss Of Startup Weekend Co-Founder

The sudden and untimely death of serial Entrepreneur Susie Steiner on Friday, July 11, stunned the Tampa Bay region's close-knit startup community.

Friends and followers expressed heartfelt condolences. One moving tribute came from Blogger Gil Gonzalez.

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Orlando's Startup Culture Grows Up Fast

Opportunities abound for startups in the Tampa Bay region and Orlando to combine their creative juices into a cocktail for success. Both could learn from each other, given the geographic proximity and necessity to compete in the global marketplace.

A new promotional video suggests some of the lessons to be learned.

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Need A Ride? Lyft Arrives In Tampa Bay

Lyft, a new ride-sharing service arrives in Tampa Bay but not without controversy sparked by rules governing cabs and taxis.

The service, which operates in cool cities across the nation, is already advertising for drivers and offering rides around the Tampa Bay region.

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UT Student Pursues Help For Ghana Kids Born With Cleft Palates

Katelyn Edwards, a junior at the University of Tampa, is featured in Forbes magazine for her entrepreneurial and philanthropic efforts to help children born with cleft palates.

Motivated by her own brother's situation, Edwards is working to form a nonprofit that would bring smiles to the disfigured faces of children with such deformities.

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USFSP Student Pursues Threadish Dream

A USFSP student is looking to expand Threadish, a stylish line of clothing best known around campus for its humorous T-shirts.

The budding entrepreneur will soon travel to Orlando for a global conference on fashion design and imprinted sportswear to see where her ideas fit with other industry innovations.

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