The new project will be an extension of the current garden out back behind the school, but with a bigger scope.Read More »
Gulfport Grand Prix organizers and local officials expect attendance to reach nearly 25,000 over three days ...
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport… ...
“Writers, Winners, and the Publishing World” was part of the SunLit Festival, sponsored by Keep St. Pete Lit. ...
Gulfport’s Clymer Park was transformed into an enchanted kingdom inhabited by costumed faeries, sprites, gnomes and elves for Springfest ...
“I thought the point of poetry was for poets to write stuff to make the reader feel stupid by hiding something,” said Alison Stone ...
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 event ...
Kids of all ages enjoyed Fun in the Sun Day on Saturday, April 15, at the Gulfport Recreation Center ...
Twenty-one years after he painted the original, Keith Stillwagon is restoring his mural at The Peninsula Inn.Read More »
Enroy Foundation Inc. (EFI), is a Tampa Bay non-profit for the arts, with an emphasis on collaborative, educational and environmental projects.Read More »
Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the festive mood at the 8th annual Holiday Hoopla event Saturday, December 10 in downtown GulfportRead More »
Many hours of practice and careful orchestration by Boca Ciega High students went into their winter concert performed December 9Read More »
"Saving Isabelle" is directed by Chuck Russell, and follows a little girl's experience meeting – and trying to save – a benevolent ghost.Read More »
Through an anonymous review, Mayor Sam Henderson became Gulfport's second Poet Laureate. Read some of his work here.Read More »
Could you describe Gulfport in just six words? Over 100 people took the challenge to describe the town they love.Read More »
A smaller BCYC Lighted Boat Parade still delighted crowds in Gulfport and around Boca Ciega Bay on Saturday, December 10Read More »
"The whole idea is to stroll around and explore in the holiday spirit,” Barbara Voglewede of the EDGE Business District Association.Read More »