There’s an irony about My Office and More, a new business in the center of downtown Lakeland. The purpose of My Office and More is to offer emerging businesses big-office amenities without big-office costs. But the costs have been anything but small for Kate Lake, the 57-year-old entrepreneur who spent more than a year conceiving of a co-working space for Lakeland businesses and finding the right place for it. More
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Instagram serves us lots of photos of sunsets and happy couples. A photo @kraplady posted at 1:11 a.m today reveals a different side of #lkld.
Corrugated metal panels got the most attention this morning when downtown Lakeland leaders reviewed and approved updated design plans for NoBay, a residential-and-commercial development that will fill most of a block on the north end of downtown: More
People have been wondering about gray postcards showing up around town with a fancy script P on them. The faint letters give a date of 3.14.15 and the URL patriotlakeland.com. Go to the site and you find out “It’s coming. It’s about craft” and you can sign up to get updates. What kind of craft? More
Detroit Free Press travel writer Ellen Creager invented a motto for downtown Lakeland when she wrote about our city as a “small mecca of cool” as the 2004 Spring Training season approached.