What started out as a simple themed party evolved into a ball, a coronation and auction fundraiser for a local business group, charities and grants for artists.Read More »
January 15 the weekly Tuesday Fresh Market was filled with regular shoppers and visitors sampling the local business that make up Gulfport. ...
As Gulfport’s first Gulfport Merchants Chamber (GMC) artist in residence, Gary Alpers has made his acrylic abstract art vision a business reality. ...
With the cooler weather upon us and the hectic holiday season over, now is the time to get out and enjoy some of the area’s many outdoor markets. ...
Son of the Gulfport Library's namesake, Bill Joseph Bryan, 92, came out to his hometown with the donation of LGBT-themed books. ...
Tammy Haynes collected the old T-shirts from Gulfport, mostly from the 1980s, in honor of Kirby Rohrer and the community he loved ...
"It’s so popular that people asked us to do it again,” said Lisa Kauffman, organizer of the trolley Gulfport Christmas Caroling on Saturday, December 15 ...
After a two-week rain delay the annual Junk-in-the-Trunk (JITT) Flip contestants raised a total of $187.50 for Gulfport Neighbors June 1.Read More »
"I really hope that people who read my book will come away inspired to want to do good things for animals," says writer Arin Greenwood.Read More »
Over 100 people in a sellout crowd danced for a Gulfport Historical Society fundraiser at the city’s Casino ballroom on Friday, April 13.Read More »
Tauna Anderson of Boca Ciega High School won the 2018 Young Writer Award for her short story at the SunLit Literary Festival eventRead More »
Akihiro Kasuya, headmaster of the Ichiyo School of Ikebana in Tokyo, was in Gulfport to teach the the Japanese art of flower arrangingRead More »
Whether you it spell it “faerie” or “fairy” all were friendly during the 24th annual Springfest in Gulfport’s Clymer Park April 7 and 8.Read More »
What exactly is living tiny? The St. Pete Tiny Home Festival answered that question and more on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday April 8.Read More »
The annual event that combines dining out with the fight against HIV/AIDS will once again include nearly 100 percent of Gulfport’s eateriesRead More »
Nestled in Gulfport’s Courtyard, Ohlendorf's shop is appointed with a showroom, a work area, conversation counter and Oliver the cockatielRead More »