Waveney Ann Moore, Tampa Bay Times

Waveney Ann Moore

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Past articles by Waveney:

Sculpture of St. Pete’s historic airboat moves to the Pier

The sculpture, commemorating the first commercial airline flight, will travel Tuesday from the artist’s studio. → Read More

A racially offensive painting, yanked from St. Petersburg City Hall decades ago, simply disappeared

Rumors abound about what happened to the controversial artwork. → Read More

Two St. Petersburg congregations unite to grow fresh produce for neighbors in need

The Benison Farm brings together two Episcopal churches offering different assets. → Read More

The final costs of St. Petersburg’s new Pier District are almost in

The city says that the 26-acre district will cost somewhere in the vicinity of $93 million. → Read More

A timely talk with two St. Petersburg men about a friendship that transcends race

John Arasa and George King share a timely message. → Read More

For now, reservations required to visit the St. Pete Pier

Visitors to the new Pier District, which opens Monday, are being asked to make reservations for the first week. → Read More

St. Petersburg’s Pier District offers breezy, beautiful new place to play

The $92 million waterfront destination offers visitors opportunities eat, learn, fish and even catch some shade. → Read More

Pinellas Park neighbors win fight against proposed apartment complex

The Belleair Development Group had hoped to build a multifamily complex that included some units of affordable housing. → Read More

Activist says racist mural he removed from St. Pete City Hall was a symbol of wrongs against black residents

Omali Yeshitela says he will rip off a proposed plaque to commemorate his act of civil disobedience during the Civil Rights era. → Read More

Construction and demolition hum along in St. Pete Skyway Marina District

A giant mural visible from the highway, apartment projects and a new waterfront restaurant help to boost the district near Eckerd College. → Read More

St. Pete Pier preparing for delayed reveal

The 26-acre Pier District is almost ready, with finishing touches and a new opening date yet to come. → Read More

Catholic Bishop announces public Sunday Masses will resume at end of May

The Masses will begin on the weekend of May 30 and 31, during the important Christian festival of Pentecost → Read More

St. Petersburg reminds residents of water restrictions

The city of St. Petersburg is reminding residents of watering restrictions because of current drought conditions. Year-round restrictions require that customers with potable, private well and surface water sources water just twice weekly, between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. Addresses ending in an even number may irrigate only on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Those with addresses ending in… → Read More

Group to hold telethon to benefit out-of-work musicians

The May 1 fundraiser for performing artists includes the sale of specially designed T-shirts → Read More

Tampa Bay congregations mull reopening options

The governor’s lifting of his stay-at-home order doesn’t ease health and safety concerns about communal worship. → Read More

St. Pete Pier opening is delayed, a casualty of the coronavirus

Mayor Rick Kriseman says the time is not right for what would have been a May 30 celebration. → Read More

Residents isolated by shutdown get calls from St. Petersburg’s mayor

ST. PETERSBURG — City officials, including Mayor Rick Kriseman, want to give a boost to residents feeling isolated by the coronavirus shutdown. Kriseman, Deputy Mayor Kanika Tomalin and Police Chief Anthony Holloway will call residents who request it, especially seniors living alone. Residents who “need some sunshine” added to their day, or know of someone who could use such a call, can fill out… → Read More

St. Petersburg foundation aims to adorn downtown waterfront parks

A new project to plant annuals is ‘like adding jewels to the necklace,’ an advocate says. → Read More

Here’s how Tampa Bay faith leaders say we should get through coronavirus

Spiritual leaders across Tampa Bay offer solace and hope in these troubled times. → Read More

Passover during coronavirus pandemic means celebrating in unprecedented ways

Jewish families across the Tampa Bay area are making adjustments to celebrate the ancient festival of freedom. → Read More