“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 »
“You name an exotic wood, I have a boomerang made out of it," says Gary Broadbent, a boomerang crafter, aficionado and throwing champion. ...
Mentors and friends celebrated the release of Brit Chism’s collection of short stories, “Mnemosyne's Daughters,” July 15 at the Center ...
Recently, an Adidas style larger-than-life tennis shoe carved out of wood with a chainsaw by Dave Flori ...
The film is focuses on Peter Hargitai who lived in Budapest as a 9-year-old during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. ...
Hailed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the top 30 record stores in the US, Bananas was founded 40 years ago by Doug and Michelle Allen ...
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 »
After months of preparation, the Veterans Art Center Tampa Bay (VACTB) held its grand opening on Saturday, March 25Read More »
Banners are being installed to brighten 194 of Gulfport’s street light poles on Beach, Shore and Gulfport Boulevards and 49th Street S.Read More »
People know a cook-off competition is successful when it runs out of food early...Read More »
The event was a benefit for Sacred Lands, the nonprofit that runs the site, once an ancient Native American village with a 900-year-old Tocobago burial moundRead More »
This Saturday, March 4 will mark the 12th year of the Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce's Pink Flamingo Tour of Homes.Read More »
Musicians and singers pose at the Gulfport Public Library Saturday, February 25 following a performance marking Black History MonthRead More »