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This week's edition of the BUZZ features the top 11 most read articles from 2011. Creative Tampa Bay wishes all of our readers a wonderful new year!
 
Startup culture starts to set down roots in Tampa Bay business community
One of Tampa Bay's most transforming business trends in years is emerging amid this difficult economy. It can be described in two words. Entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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In Tampa, the Street Food That Crawled From the Sea
The New York Times features a local Tampa restaurant.
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10/100/1000: And the winner is...
We asked: are you making Tampa Bay a better place to live? And you answered!
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You could win a grant for being awesome!
AWESOME TAMPA BAY (ATB) is pleased to announce that it will begin awarding $1,000 grants in support of Tampa Bay area people, organizations, and projects that are awesome.
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Florida, America's new art capitol
Degas exhibit comes to Tampa with strategic goal in mind.
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Tampa Bay's identity crisis: Maybe it's time to fix it
 Sometimes negative perceptions aren't far off the mark. But sometimes they are.
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Meet 68 of Tampa Bay's fastest growing companies that made the Inc. 5000 list
It is from companies like these that we will see the greatest opportunities ahead for new jobs.
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The Zen of Business: 7 Habits of the Highly Creative
 How we frame something, like an idea or a problem for example, has everything to do with how well it turns out.
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Buzz among relocating business grows for Ybor's edgy style
 Ybor City is catching more buzz as a mecca for a surprisingly diverse range of businesses.
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Container Art: Using Cargo Containers for Development
When Adam Kate set his sights on creating a project for Tallahassee's creative class entrepreneurs, his architect, Craig Huffman, went shopping for 56 recycled shipping containers to build the five-story Art-Tech Hub at Railroad Square.
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Why This Guy Left Wall Street To Launch An Art Industry Startup
 Manish Vora realized there was a demand for art exposure for a younger demographic.
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arrow Startup culture starts to set down roots in Tampa Bay business community
arrow 10/100/1000: And the winner is...
arrow You could win a grant for being awesome!.
arrowFlorida, America's new art capitol
arrow Tampa Bay's identity crisis: Maybe it's time to fix it
arrow Meet 68 of Tampa Bay's fastest growing companies that made the Inc. 5000 list
arrow The Zen of Business: 7 Habits of the Highly Creative
arrow Buzz among relocating business grows for Ybor's edgy style
arrow Container Art: Using Cargo Containers for Development
arrow Why This Guy Left Wall Street To Launch An Art Industry Startup
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First Night 2012    

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