A Random Harvest
. . . notes from around Pinellas, compiled by Jon Wilson, consulting editor, TB Reporter
Lights! Camera! Action! A feature movie is being filmed in St. Petersburg about a man who owes money to the mob. Producer James Wilson said the film was originally scheduled to be shot in New York, but better weather and St. Petersburg’s interesting location caused the change. Paying Mr. Getty will be released in 2016, said a Bay News 9 report.
Buy Local: Highlighting locally made goods, the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce has opened a consignment retail store attached to the city’s Visitors Center at 100 Second Ave. N. For information and to volunteer to help, call (727) 388-0686.
Boss poet: Helen Pruitt Wallace was this week named St. Petersburg’s Poet Laureate today in a mayoral proclamation read by Deputy Mayor Kanika Tomalin. Wallace replaces Peter Meinke, who was named Florida’s Poet Laureate earlier this year.
Calling USF Alumni: Jan 16 day is a day of community service being planned for University of South Florida in Pinellas County. The project will be building for Habitat for Humanity. Go here to sign up: http://bit.ly/1Y8LfWK .
For veterans: Speaking of USF, here’s a reminder that the St. Petersburg campus has a vets’ center at 140 7th Ave. S in building TER 301/302 . Email email@example.com for info or call (727) 873-4467. The campus has an estimated 500 student vets.
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