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Kozuba & Sons Distillery

Kozuba & Sons Distillery

mag727 August 29, 2017 0

Founded in 2005 in Poland, Kozuba & Sons is a family-run distillery that produces premium craft spirits. Now at home in St. Petersburg with over 11 years of experience, the Kozubas are focused on

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Great Rustic Retreats for Florida Camping

Great Rustic Retreats for Florida Camping

mag727 August 27, 2017 0

Great Rustic Retreats for Florida Camping Whether you like to travel off the beaten path or simply enjoy reconnecting with nature, camping in Florida offers plenty of rustic places to spend the night. “Florida

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New Tampa Bay Rays Stadium Site May ‘Rays-Up” in Tampa’s Channel District

New Tampa Bay Rays Stadium Site May ‘Rays-Up” in Tampa’s Channel District

mag727 August 22, 2017 0

Officials may have found a new Tampa Bay Rays ballpark site in Hillsborough County, but the team’s timing on a decision for a new ballpark is reportedly hinging on a few factors. For their effort to replace Tropicana Field with a

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Saint Petersburg Becomes First Florida City to Commit to 100% Renewables

Saint Petersburg Becomes First Florida City to Commit to 100% Renewables

mag727 November 29, 2016 0

The Saint Petersburg City Council formally approved on Monday the city’s commitment to transitioning to 100 percent clean, renewable energy. Saint Petersburg represents the first city in Florida and the 20th city in the

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Utility Companies Drop Millions On Last-Ditch Effort To Pass Deceptive Florida Solar Initiative

Utility Companies Drop Millions On Last-Ditch Effort To Pass Deceptive Florida Solar Initiative

mag727 November 2, 2016 0

On Tuesday, former Florida Senator and Gov. Bob Graham (D) added his voice to the growing chorus against Florida’s Amendment 1, which asks voters to support a utility-backed initiative that could make it more

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In St. Pete, Uber, Bike-Share and More Are Factors in Tomorrow’s Transit Agency

In St. Pete, Uber, Bike-Share and More Are Factors in Tomorrow’s Transit Agency

mag727 September 9, 2016 0

In St. Petersburg, a city of about 257,000 residents sitting on the Gulf Coast next to Tampa — people have just a few options for getting around town. They can, of course, drive personal

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Our Picks For The Top Five Breweries in the Bay Area

Our Picks For The Top Five Breweries in the Bay Area

mag727 June 11, 2016 0

When you think about craft beer destinations in North America, the sprawling network of cities, towns and highways that make up the greater Tampa Bay area likely doesn’t top the list. But over the

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Why Can Florida Adults With Mental Illness Still Buy Guns?

Why Can Florida Adults With Mental Illness Still Buy Guns?

mag727 June 7, 2016 0

After every tragic, gun-related suicide the question inevitably arises: Why, in a country that purportedly mandates background checks and champions mental health, was a suicidal person permitted to purchase a firearm? Now, a new

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Rising Seas Are Pushing Too Much Salt Into The Florida Everglades

Rising Seas Are Pushing Too Much Salt Into The Florida Everglades

mag727 May 25, 2016 0

The Florida Everglades is a swampy wilderness the size of Delaware. In some places along the road in southern Florida, it looks like tall saw grass to the horizon, a prairie punctuated with a

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Sinkhole Discovery Suggests Humans Were in Florida 14,500 Years Ago

Sinkhole Discovery Suggests Humans Were in Florida 14,500 Years Ago

mag727 May 15, 2016 0

A stone knife, mastodon bones and fossilized dung found in an underwater sinkhole show that humans lived in north Florida about 14,500 years ago, according to new research that suggests the colonization of the

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