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Another nail in the coffin for the Times

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The Poynter Institute, owner of the Times Publishing Company, publisher of the St. Petersburg Times is looking to sell what has become a Washington, DC institution – CQ or Congressional Quarterly. CQ is an inside the beltway publication that is heavily relied upon by Congressional offices, lobbyists and trade associations for update information on what is happening on the floor. As a boutique publication (actually, it is an umbrella for a number of subscription websites and publications) whose clientele are…

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Furnishings store leaving BayWalk for Old Northeast location

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Being, the eclectic home furnishings store that has called BayWalk home for seven years, is moving to the Old Northeast neighborhood March 1. – Owner Amy Bromley, who is not renewing her lease at BayWalk, said the reason for the move wasn’t so much about the shopping complex’s rough times, but rather her own aspirations to grow her interior design consulting business. But she did say that she anticipates more foot traffic in the new space, in a historic art…

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Save BayWalk

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News is breaking this evening that two days after he took over BayWalk, interim property manager Howard Rosenthal was arrested Thursday by Pinellas Sheriff’s detectives accused of stealing almost $171,000 from his former company, Colliers Arnold of Clearwater. This is yet another black eye on one of the most important parts of downtown St. Pete. I could make the argument that it was the development of Baywalk, more than any other effort, that has led to the revitalization of downtown…

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BayWalk interim manager arrested for grand theft

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ST. PETERSBURG — Two days after he took over BayWalk, interim property manager Howard Rosenthal was arrested Thursday by Pinellas Sheriff’s detectives and accused of stealing almost $171,000 from his former company, Colliers Arnold of Clearwater. – According to detectives, Rosenthal, 53, double-billed nearly $145,000 in company advertising charges. He also double-billed air travel receipts, had the company pay for his wife’s travel and spent $1,000 on country club dues and almost $700 on hotel in-room movie charges. – Rosenthal…

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