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Tampa-based drone company key to hurricane weather reports, damage assessments

FlyMotion, a Tampa-based drone company, is actively engaged in assessing damage post-Irma and is helping with weather forecasts as well. 

CEO Ryan English says his company deployed 18 teams across Florida to assist, according to an article in AOPA, an industry publication.

Read more in Air and Space magazine.

How can Florida agriculture survive?

If disease and inconsistent weather are wiping out Florida's citrus industry, what comes next?

More housing? Berries? Veggies? Peaches? Marijuana? Exotics? Organic urban farms? 

Read the complete story.


 

Tampa Hackerspace group, Team Miles, earns a ticket to Mars

A group of volunteer innovators working out of Tampa Hackerspace built a miniature satellite picked by NASA to ride along on a 2019 voyage to Mars.

The 17-member Team Miles led by Wes Faler was one of just three chosen by NASA.

Read the complete story.
 

Giant Florida watermelon makes a comeback thanks to Lakeland grower, Tampa chef

The Florida Favorite, once Florida's official watermelon, largely disappeared around World War I when it fell out of favor due to not being pest-hardy enough. But with the help of local bees, Lakeland Farmer Will Crum, 33, has rehybridized it by cross-pollinating the Georgia Rattlesnake and Bradford watermelons.

Tampa Chef Greg Baker and wife-business partner Michelle Baker plan to serve The Florida Favorite at their Seminole Heights restaurant Fodder and Shine starting this summer.

Read the complete story.


  

 

Which Florida city is highest among our nation's rising stars? Tampa!

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn takes a national editor on a tour of the city to showcase its growing reputation as a "magnet for millennials,'' the place where the young and the restless -- and smart people of all ages and abilities -- want to live, work, play and stay.

Tampa's evolving urban lifestyle comes with investment opportunities for the immediate and long-term future.

Read the complete story.


 

Blind Tiger: More evidence of Tampa's growing entrepreneurial ecosystem

Robert Torres, a Tampa entrepreneur, is finding success with his co-working coffee shop and line of clothing.

Both are popular within Tampa's growing entrepreneur ecosystem, where Torres is a rising star. 

Read the complete story.
 

Tampa Bay WaVE: Leading local startups to success

Linda Olson, the Founder of Tampa Bay WaVE, shares her experiences, challenges and opportunities in an interview with online publication Engine. 

She talks about the thriving tech ecosystem and what's next for Tampa's best known co-working space, which is now in the Channel District of downtown.

Read the complete story.

On The Ground in Wimauma: Enterprising Latinas trains childcare providers

One the biggest needs in Wimauma -- kindergarten readiness -- is being addressed by Enterprising Latinas efforts to train and license childcare providers.

The goal is to increase the number of licensed daycare homes that can provide quality childcare so more children can prepare for and succeed in school.

To read more about Enterprising Latinas, follow these links: English and Spanish.

Tampa video: A city of destiny, a place of hope

The narrative about the City of Tampa is changing as rapidly as the cranes are building new apartments in downtown, Westshore, Tampa Heights, Seminole Heights, SOHO and other urban neighborhoods.

In a new video released in April, Mayor Bob Buckhorn talks about recent changes while young professionals say why #TampaTogether is building a better future for everyone.

View the video above or on YouTube.
 

Growing marijuana could be new green in Florida

When Florida voters supported a referendum in favor of greater access to medical marijuana last fall, they may not have recognized the potential economic gains ahead for rural agriculture and land re-use.

Smart lawyers, farmers and land speculators are among those now scrambling to cash in on creating supply for anticipated demand for medical marijuana.

Read the complete story.
 

Taking a break from screen time: Local urban placemaking expert chills over board games

Placemaking consultant Peter Kageyama of St. Petersburg has discovered how to unwind from his busy travel schedule and frequent screen time. He turns to board games for intellectual stimulation and the socialization that face-to-face competition brings.

The author and adviser to St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman says he's found his tribe in board gaming.

Read the complete story.
 

In search of real Florida: Author takes backroads through paradise

Tampa Author Cathy Salustri lures readers off the interstates that crisscross the state to help them discover the "real'' Florida in small towns and cities along the way.

Her 5,000-mile journey tracked the routes taken by a collective of writers in the 1930s, which included Stetson Kennedy and Zora Neale Hurston.

Read the complete story.
 

Pinellas County plans major incubator for entrepreneurs

Pinellas County is planning a large incubator space for Tampa Bay Area startups and companies that need room to grow. 

The project would be a major expansion of past efforts to attract and retain entrepreneurs.

Read the complete story.
 

Why did a growing startup company leave Pinellas? Lessons for St. Pete and Tampa too

Genius Central, a heavily recruited startup company when it moved to St. Petersburg from Sarasota back in 2015, has departed for less expensive, perhaps more creative space in Bradenton.

What just happened and what can St. Pete, Tampa, Sarasota and Bradenton, plus other Florida cities, learn from the experience?

Read the complete story.
 

Where to get dinner tonight? Check out UberEATS Tampa

So every night, your boyfriend (or girlfriend) calls and asks, "What do you want for dinner?''

Now the answer is easier than ever because UberEATS will deliver from more than 75 local restaurants in Tampa and surrounding communities.

Check out which restaurants are already using UberEATS.

Read the complete story.
 
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