Business News: Ukrainian Refugees Photographed, Rumble Protests

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TAMPA BAY, FL — Here's the latest restaurant, retail and other business news from the Tampa Bay region.

Jersey Girl Bagels Brings Authentic NJ Experience To Bradenton

A COVID-19 pandemic hobby turned into a business for a New Jersey transplant in Manatee County who opened Jersey Girl Bagels in February.

Ukrainian Refugees Documented In Poland By Bradenton Photographer

Allan Mestel, who has photographed migrant camps at the U.S.-Mexico border, captured heartbreaking images of Ukrainian refugees in Poland.

Big Ray's Fish Camp Undergoes Artistic Transformation

A mural with the appropriate theme, "Sail Away - Night or Day," is transforming Big Ray's Fish Camp at 6116 Interbay Blvd. at the Tampa Convention Center.

Owners Of Crafty Brew In Palm Harbor Tempt Customers Stay Awhile

Palm Harbor residents seeking live music, craft beer and some comfort food with a twist need drive no further than The Crafty Brew, housed at the former Pint and Brew, 3261 Tampa Road.

Rescind Rumble's $825K Grant, Some Sarasota Residents Say

As Rumble, a YouTube alternative, continues to offer a platform to RT, a Russian state-controlled news network, during Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine, some Sarasota County residents are protesting the company's opening of a U.S. headquarters in Longboat Key.

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This article originally appeared on the Sarasota Patch