November 25, 2014

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 12/5/2013

› Food safety is among top concerns for Floridians
Food safety is near the top of most Floridians’ concerns, behind only the economy and health care, a survey by the University of Florida shows. The survey covered several food-related issues, including public perceptions about food safety, food insecurity and genetically modified foods.

› Swamp Head looking to move brewery and double in size
Swamp Head Brewery is taking advantage of the chance that its building may be demolished for an interstate overpass to build a new brewery and tasting room next year that doubles space for the growing craft beer maker.

› Perez Art Museum opening solidifies Miami's international art cred - slideshow
The Perez Art Museum Miami is more than a Polaroid picture of the world’s greatest art, it’s an iconic piece of architecture that makes the visitor feel like Miami is the only place to live.

› Appeals court clears way for St. Petersburg Pier demolition
An appellate court has ruled against former mayoral candidate Kathleen Ford's attempt to prevent the city from demolishing the inverted pyramid.

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