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    Gulfport Gives Back: A Day of Service

    January 17, over 20 teams and hundreds of volunteers completed service projects all over the city during the inaugural Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service ...

  • Henderson Vincent Marenkovic

    Recognizing First Responders

    City council declared February First Responders Appreciation Month in Gulfport ...

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    Gulfport Celebrates Arbor Day

    Gulfport marked this year's Arbor Day with the traditional tree-planting, as well as poetry, song and free saplings for attendees. ...

  • Photo by Michael Taylor

    Flying High in T.I.

    Sunday morning beachgoers were greeted by sunshine and a high-flying red macaw at the kite festival in Treasure Island. ...

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    Preserving Pass-A-Grille

    Pass-A-Grille loses approximately ten historic structures each year; now the city of St. Pete Beach is looking for ways to preserve the area's history. ...

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21st Century Scourge

Let's face it. Very few of us are offended about mocking someone else's religion or political position (often connected); just don't mock ours. Double standards abound. The difference is that no one in the west proposes killing in retaliation for hate or politically incorrect observations.

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The Valediction

This column makes me sad, because it is my last. Twelve years ago, the Gabber offered me a job and a place in the community. Over the years I have delighted you, angered you, and most of all, I hope, I have made you think.

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Appearance of Clean

We’ve stopped talking about the tough issues, like 49th Street or the water quality in Boca Ciega Bay, because the answers aren’t apparent and they aren’t problems we can easily solve – if we can solve them at all. So we shove them into that big blue box in the back of the closet, along with the old cameras and our grandmother’s clock, and we close the door.

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A Heavy Subject

The obesity syndrome: heavy equals unhealthy that equals costs to the government. I'm not refuting the theory. Lots of evidence for it. But, it needs to be discussed in the context of who gets to tell who what to eat.

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