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St Pete X features business and civic leaders in St. Petersburg Florida who share their insight, expertise and love of our special city. An initiative of the St. Petersburg Group, St Pete X strives to connect and elevate the city by sharing the voices of its citizens, and to bring awareness to the opportunities offered by the great St. Petersburg renaissance.

Latest Episodes

Return on experience: Jonathan Daou talks experiential retail, district-building and diversity

On this episode of SPx, local real estate developer Jonathan Daou joins Joe in the studio. Daou, the man behind the revitalization and curation of the EDGE District, shares how 20 years in New York helped him craft the EDGE District experience. Daou shares the philosophy behind his retail investments, the vision behind district-building, and his aspirations for St. Petersburg as a whole.

64 MIN3 d ago
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Return on experience: Jonathan Daou talks experiential retail, district-building and diversity

Shipwreck Hunter: David Mearns talks process, finding the unfindable and stories of his most memorable discoveries

On this episode of SPx, Shipwreck Hunter and Aresty speaker David Mearns joins Joe in the studio to talk about uncovering some of the world's most famous shipwrecks and finding the "unfindable." Mearns shares the painstaking process of locating a shipwreck, the all-or-nothing stakes and the controversies attached to these discoveries. He shares the incredible story of the HMAS Sydney and the Kormoran, and how he cracked the code to find the location of the ships' wreckage in 2008.

40 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Shipwreck Hunter: David Mearns talks process, finding the unfindable and stories of his most memorable discoveries

Thinking Big: Tony DiBenedetto talks founding Tribridge, pivots and evolutions, and life after

On this episode of SPx, Tony DiBenedetto joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio. In this insightful episode, DiBenedetto walks listeners through the unlikely founding of Tribridge and the $300,000 check that brought it to fruition. He explains the tenets of Tribridge's culture, and the many acquisitions, pivots and evolutions before its eventual sale. DiBenedetto's talks coming "off the rocket ship" and into his new normal as a mentor and founder of Think Big For Kids.

42 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Thinking Big: Tony DiBenedetto talks founding Tribridge, pivots and evolutions, and life after

Going viral: Blake Wilson talks becoming BatDad, monetizing content and managing the pressure of internet fame

On this episode of SPx, Blake Wilson, a.k.a. BatDad joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio. BatDad, a viral internet sensation who became famous through the now-extinct platform Vine, has 8.1 million followers on Facebook and 722,000 subscribers on YouTube. Through the last six years as BatDad, Wilson has taken the internet by storm and monetized his platforms enough to make BatDad his full time job. Two years ago, Wilson and his family moved to St. Petersburg, Fla., and is now a local St. Pete gem.

32 MIN2019 NOV 2
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Going viral: Blake Wilson talks becoming BatDad, monetizing content and managing the pressure of internet fame

The Times they are a'changing: Adam Smith talks the state of news, Florida politicians and hindsight

Former Tampa Bay Times Political Editor and Senior Vice President of Mercury, Adam Smith joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio for a conversation on politics, media and the news business. Smith explains why regional newspapers are so important to the vitality of our republic and why he fears they may be on the way out. Joe and Adam cover everything from media silos like Fox News to the many characters of Florida politics past and present, and why Smith decided to leave the Times.

34 MIN2019 OCT 26
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The Times they are a'changing: Adam Smith talks the state of news, Florida politicians and hindsight

Reflections on American Life: Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King talks criminal justice, long-forgotten history and the craft of non-fiction

On this episode of SPx, author Gilbert King joins Joe in the studio to share new insights from his book, Beneath A Ruthless Sun, and its connections to his Pulitzer Prize-winning second book, The Devil In The Grove. King shares the true story of the brutal man involved in both cases, Sheriff Willis McCall. King talks about the craft of non-fiction writing, and how his stories grow from the simple premise of a crime to reflections on criminal justice and America itself.

48 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Reflections on American Life: Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King talks criminal justice, long-forgotten history and the craft of non-fiction

The fascinating life of Iqbal Paroo: How an accident led to an epiphany - and a 45-year career

On this episode of SPx, our host Joe Hamilton is joined in studio by the unparalleled Iqbal Paroo. There are few people in this world with a life story as inspiring as Paroo's. From his childhood in colonial Kenya to his time in the Kenyan air force, to the traumatic injury that changed the course of his life, Paroo has packed three lifetimes into one. He shares his story, his professional trajectory and how he made his way to St. Pete.

59 MIN2019 OCT 8
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The fascinating life of Iqbal Paroo: How an accident led to an epiphany - and a 45-year career

Through the looking glass: Placemaking and the business of art with St. Pete's own Duncan McClellan

On this episode of SPx, our host Joe Hamilton is joined in studio by local glass legend, Duncan McClellan. Nearly a decade ago, McClellan famously moved into what is now known as the Warehouse Arts District, creating the first live, work, and show gallery in St. Petersburg. At the time, people called McClellan crazy. Now, he has had a leading role is transforming the district into an arts destination. McClellan shares the origins of the gallery and his thoughts on the business of art.

46 MIN2019 SEP 28
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Through the looking glass: Placemaking and the business of art with St. Pete's own Duncan McClellan

Throwback: A conversation with Bob Buckhorn as he bid farewell to running the city he loves

On this episode of SPx, we throw back to February with Tampa's 58th mayor, Bob Buckhorn. Our host, Joe Hamilton, sat down with Buckhorn as he contemplated the end of his mayorship, the power of the office and life after. In this rare and insightful conversation with a leader at the pinnacle of his career, Buckhorn waxes on journalism, authenticity and the new political climate in the age of Trump.

19 MIN2019 SEP 21
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Throwback: A conversation with Bob Buckhorn as he bid farewell to running the city he loves

Message boards to Malwarebytes: Founder Marcin Kleczynski talks origins, industry and the evolution of cyber threats

On this episode of SPx, Marcin Kleczynski, founder of Malwarebytes breaks down the origin story of the company he started at just 15 years old, living with his parents in the suburbs of Chicago. Kleczynski shares how pirated video games led him founding a company with more than 800 employees and four offices across the world. Kleczynski talks misconceptions around malware, company culture, how the big traditional companies are failing .

38 MIN2019 SEP 14
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Message boards to Malwarebytes: Founder Marcin Kleczynski talks origins, industry and the evolution of cyber threats

Latest Episodes

Return on experience: Jonathan Daou talks experiential retail, district-building and diversity

On this episode of SPx, local real estate developer Jonathan Daou joins Joe in the studio. Daou, the man behind the revitalization and curation of the EDGE District, shares how 20 years in New York helped him craft the EDGE District experience. Daou shares the philosophy behind his retail investments, the vision behind district-building, and his aspirations for St. Petersburg as a whole.

64 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Return on experience: Jonathan Daou talks experiential retail, district-building and diversity

Shipwreck Hunter: David Mearns talks process, finding the unfindable and stories of his most memorable discoveries

On this episode of SPx, Shipwreck Hunter and Aresty speaker David Mearns joins Joe in the studio to talk about uncovering some of the world's most famous shipwrecks and finding the "unfindable." Mearns shares the painstaking process of locating a shipwreck, the all-or-nothing stakes and the controversies attached to these discoveries. He shares the incredible story of the HMAS Sydney and the Kormoran, and how he cracked the code to find the location of the ships' wreckage in 2008.

40 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Shipwreck Hunter: David Mearns talks process, finding the unfindable and stories of his most memorable discoveries

Thinking Big: Tony DiBenedetto talks founding Tribridge, pivots and evolutions, and life after

On this episode of SPx, Tony DiBenedetto joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio. In this insightful episode, DiBenedetto walks listeners through the unlikely founding of Tribridge and the $300,000 check that brought it to fruition. He explains the tenets of Tribridge's culture, and the many acquisitions, pivots and evolutions before its eventual sale. DiBenedetto's talks coming "off the rocket ship" and into his new normal as a mentor and founder of Think Big For Kids.

42 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
Thinking Big: Tony DiBenedetto talks founding Tribridge, pivots and evolutions, and life after

Going viral: Blake Wilson talks becoming BatDad, monetizing content and managing the pressure of internet fame

On this episode of SPx, Blake Wilson, a.k.a. BatDad joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio. BatDad, a viral internet sensation who became famous through the now-extinct platform Vine, has 8.1 million followers on Facebook and 722,000 subscribers on YouTube. Through the last six years as BatDad, Wilson has taken the internet by storm and monetized his platforms enough to make BatDad his full time job. Two years ago, Wilson and his family moved to St. Petersburg, Fla., and is now a local St. Pete gem.

32 MIN2019 NOV 2
Comments
Going viral: Blake Wilson talks becoming BatDad, monetizing content and managing the pressure of internet fame

The Times they are a'changing: Adam Smith talks the state of news, Florida politicians and hindsight

Former Tampa Bay Times Political Editor and Senior Vice President of Mercury, Adam Smith joins our host Joe Hamilton in the studio for a conversation on politics, media and the news business. Smith explains why regional newspapers are so important to the vitality of our republic and why he fears they may be on the way out. Joe and Adam cover everything from media silos like Fox News to the many characters of Florida politics past and present, and why Smith decided to leave the Times.

34 MIN2019 OCT 26
Comments
The Times they are a'changing: Adam Smith talks the state of news, Florida politicians and hindsight

Reflections on American Life: Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King talks criminal justice, long-forgotten history and the craft of non-fiction

On this episode of SPx, author Gilbert King joins Joe in the studio to share new insights from his book, Beneath A Ruthless Sun, and its connections to his Pulitzer Prize-winning second book, The Devil In The Grove. King shares the true story of the brutal man involved in both cases, Sheriff Willis McCall. King talks about the craft of non-fiction writing, and how his stories grow from the simple premise of a crime to reflections on criminal justice and America itself.

48 MIN2019 OCT 22
Comments
Reflections on American Life: Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King talks criminal justice, long-forgotten history and the craft of non-fiction

The fascinating life of Iqbal Paroo: How an accident led to an epiphany - and a 45-year career

On this episode of SPx, our host Joe Hamilton is joined in studio by the unparalleled Iqbal Paroo. There are few people in this world with a life story as inspiring as Paroo's. From his childhood in colonial Kenya to his time in the Kenyan air force, to the traumatic injury that changed the course of his life, Paroo has packed three lifetimes into one. He shares his story, his professional trajectory and how he made his way to St. Pete.

59 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
The fascinating life of Iqbal Paroo: How an accident led to an epiphany - and a 45-year career

Through the looking glass: Placemaking and the business of art with St. Pete's own Duncan McClellan

On this episode of SPx, our host Joe Hamilton is joined in studio by local glass legend, Duncan McClellan. Nearly a decade ago, McClellan famously moved into what is now known as the Warehouse Arts District, creating the first live, work, and show gallery in St. Petersburg. At the time, people called McClellan crazy. Now, he has had a leading role is transforming the district into an arts destination. McClellan shares the origins of the gallery and his thoughts on the business of art.

46 MIN2019 SEP 28
Comments
Through the looking glass: Placemaking and the business of art with St. Pete's own Duncan McClellan

Throwback: A conversation with Bob Buckhorn as he bid farewell to running the city he loves

On this episode of SPx, we throw back to February with Tampa's 58th mayor, Bob Buckhorn. Our host, Joe Hamilton, sat down with Buckhorn as he contemplated the end of his mayorship, the power of the office and life after. In this rare and insightful conversation with a leader at the pinnacle of his career, Buckhorn waxes on journalism, authenticity and the new political climate in the age of Trump.

19 MIN2019 SEP 21
Comments
Throwback: A conversation with Bob Buckhorn as he bid farewell to running the city he loves

Message boards to Malwarebytes: Founder Marcin Kleczynski talks origins, industry and the evolution of cyber threats

On this episode of SPx, Marcin Kleczynski, founder of Malwarebytes breaks down the origin story of the company he started at just 15 years old, living with his parents in the suburbs of Chicago. Kleczynski shares how pirated video games led him founding a company with more than 800 employees and four offices across the world. Kleczynski talks misconceptions around malware, company culture, how the big traditional companies are failing .

38 MIN2019 SEP 14
Comments
Message boards to Malwarebytes: Founder Marcin Kleczynski talks origins, industry and the evolution of cyber threats
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