“Writers, Winners, and the Publishing World” was part of the SunLit Festival, sponsored by Keep St. Pete Lit.Read More »
Submissions began September 26 in the search for Gulfport’s third poet laureate. ...
Over 200 people attended the debut exhibit of the Gulfport Watercolor Society at a reception on September 1 at the Hickman Theater. ...
Gulfport’s end-of-summer Geckofest street fair drew enthusiastic throngs on September 2 to partake in all of the best the city has to offer. ...
Local artist Keith Stillwagon’s latest mural is painted in his trademark vibrant hues and honoring Florida’s wildlife. ...
Prior to the auction at the Gecko Ball, their creations were seen in the wild at various businesses around Gulfport. ...
“That’s what Gulfport’s all about – peace and love,” said attendee Jackie Kreuter. “This couldn’t have been a better Gecko Ball.” ...
Gulfport’s Clymer Park was transformed into an enchanted kingdom inhabited by costumed faeries, sprites, gnomes and elves for SpringfestRead More »
“I thought the point of poetry was for poets to write stuff to make the reader feel stupid by hiding something,” said Alison StoneRead More »
Junk in the Trunk FLIP is back! Crafty folks will be able to let their creative juices flow on Saturday, April 22, at the neighborhood eventRead More »
Kids of all ages enjoyed Fun in the Sun Day on Saturday, April 15, at the Gulfport Recreation CenterRead More »
What if you could give back just by eating out at your favorite restaurant? On April 27, diners throughout the Tampa Bay area can do just thatRead More »
“Gulfport is all about the arts,” said organizer Nettle. “One of the arts that isn’t quite as well represented as it could be is music."Read More »
A crowd at the SPC Library listened to the free hour of worldly selections from a jazz quintet while students from the campus radio station recorded.Read More »
McCabe Coolidge will provide a bowl for every member of each family that gets a new house in the next year via to Habitat for PinellasRead More »
Imagine stumbling on to local art work with a tag on it that reads, “Free art. I’m yours. Take me home.”Read More »