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Palmetto & Pine

Palmetto & Pine

This fresh, delicious salad uses springtime fruits and vegetables to create a perfect side or main course.

Five Spring Recipes to Try!

Maya Matheney, News Editor March 6, 2023

As an individual who loves cooking, trying new recipes is amusing, challenging, and rewarding. As the spring season approaches, here are five of my favorite fresh recipes. Spring Kale Salad: This fresh,...

The stories of the Florida Man are incredibly bizarre and, at times, almost completely unbelievable.

Florida Man: The World’s Worst Superhero

Hayden George, SPHS News Writer March 6, 2023

As we all know, Florida is quite an interesting state. It is seen by many people in the United States as one of the most peculiar states– with the alligators that inhabit every body of water, hurricanes...

A Gary King Happiness sign on 20th avenue north and 9th street.

You are Part of the Happiness Experiment

Norah Craig, News Writer December 12, 2022

Have you ever noticed a red and white sign that reads “Happiness?” Maybe on ninth street or even in your neighborhood? There are over 250 of these signs plastered around St. Petersburg, all part of...

Maria Somado and Syncyera Wisdoms CAS project for holiday donations.

Local Holiday Volunteering

Alexandra Moss, SPHS News Writer December 12, 2022

With the Holiday season coming up, more people will be in the mood to give back. Holiday donations are an important part of being in a community. Giving back is an amazing action that will uplift both...

Many members of the St. Pete High community have been touched by the presence of this tree.

The Last Wish: The Dalí Museum’s Unforgettable Tree

Sydney Davis, SPHS News Editor December 12, 2022

Behind 35 feet and mass of Ficus tree lies over 20,000 wishes that are soon to be removed from the Dalí Museum and the greater community of St. Petersburg.  The Wish Tree is designed to be a botanical...

Green Bench Brewing Co. has this bench located at their establishment. Their goal as a company is to bring awareness to the history behind the benches, rather than shielding our community from it.

It’s Not Easy Being Green

Gabriela Salzman, News Writer October 27, 2022

What do you think of when you hear “The Big Apple”? New York, right? You can find at least one nickname for almost every city. Seattle is the “Emerald City,” Las Vegas is the “Sin City,” Chicago...

CASA a local womens organization.

October: A month meaning more than pumpkins

Ella Flye, Devils Eye Editor October 18, 2022

The school year is underway, football season is in full swing, and menus around town include pumpkin spiced treats. The fall season is filled with traditions and excitement, but a deeper meaning is often...

Hallways of St. Petersburg High School.

The Effects of Educational Restrictions on Teachers and Students

Ava John, SPHS News Editor October 18, 2022

As a wave of educational restrictions flood Florida schools from classrooms to libraries, teachers and other administrators find themselves in sticky situations. The English departments are often the most...

Gretel Gliem a cashier at local coffee shop Kahwa Coffee.

The Sustainability of Local Coffee in St. Pete

Norah Craig, News Writer October 4, 2022

7:25 is way too early in the morning to be up, let alone attending school. Many students show up with a coffee in hand to keep their eyes open. Starbucks and Dunkin are noticeably common choices, but there...

10 Things For Devils To Do For Under 10 Dollars This Summer

April 15, 2022

1      Walking around Central in St. Pete is one of the best things to do for free. They have tons of art from murals and interactive things that go on there all the time. There are frequent activities,...

Winter: The Story of a Legacy

Winter: The Story of a Legacy

Sydney Davis February 1, 2022

The community of Clearwater and the greater population of the world has left the year 2021 mourning the loss of the dolphin Winter. Not only was this dolphin a major tourist attraction and a magnificent...

St.Petersburg Elects First Black Mayor: Ken Welch

St.Petersburg Elects First Black Mayor: Ken Welch

Olivia Moore, News Editor November 13, 2021

On November 2nd, 2021, St.Petersburg citizens voted on who would become their next mayor. The winner: Ken Welch. Mr.Welch will become St. Petersburg’s first Black Mayor. A few weeks before the election,...

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