St. Petersburg arts district names gallery after benefactors Katee Tully and Helen Levine

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Tully is also the former executive director of the Morean Arts Center and her wife, Levine, is the Regional Vice Chancellor of External Affairs at University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

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The Warehouse Arts District’s ArtsXchange credits their support for the area’s burgeoning art growth.

via the Warehouse Arts DistrictIf you spend more than a minute around the St. Petersburg arts scene, odds are you know Katee Tully and her wife Helen Levine. They’re local arts champions ‘ and Tully’s an artist herself. On Thursday, Nov. 8, the Warehouse Arts District Association will dedicate one of its galleries in their honor.’

“Their support of the ArtsXchange has helped transform the former vacant warehouse space into a thriving arts destination that has contributed to the growth of the city,” said WADA Executive Director Diane Morton in a release.

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First look inside the new Pilot Bank in St. Petersburg

Pilot Bank opened its first St. Petersburg branch Wednesday morning, in a building once occupied by one of the most well-known names in Florida banking, Barnett Bank.

It’s a bit of nostalgia for Rita Lowman, Pilot Bank’s president, the former chair of the Florida Bankers Association, and a banking industry veteran, who earlier in her career managed the acquisition of Barnett Bank for NationsBank, now Bank of America (NYSE: BAC).

The vault in the new Pilot Bank still bears the Barnett name. But the revamped office, at 2180 4th St. N., is very different from the former Barnett branch as well as the SunTrust Bank office that most recently occupied the space.

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Dr. Albert Einstein, left, and Carl Laemmle, film executive, speak as the famed German scientist visits Hollywood motion picture studios, in Los Angeles, Nov. 1, 1931. It was later announced that Einstein had refused a large salary offer from a motion picture company. (AP Photo)

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Halloween happenings around Pinellas County

Members of the Tutterow Dance Academy perform on stage during Halloween Spooktacular in Largo Central Park last year. The event will return Saturday, Oct. 27, noon to 5 p.m.

Actors Briston George and Alison Burns-Jackson are cornered by zombies in the ship’s engine room at UNdead in the Water, a new Halloween attraction aboard the 1945 WWII American Victory Ship on select dates in October.

The 1945 WWII American Victory Ship awaits the chance to rescue humans running from Tampa’s zombie infestation at UNdead in the Water, a new Halloween attraction aboard the ship on select dates in October.

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