A crowd of about 250 people were entertained by carols and Santa's helper at Gulfport’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting December 5Read 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 ...
Hundreds of visitors flocked to the Suntan 100 Artist Art Show in Horan Park over Thanksgiving weekend.Read More »
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport…Read More »
Beginning December 2, there is a boat parade – or more – scheduled almost every weekend throughout the month.Read More »
The crowds were out for the eighth annual Sanding Ovations Masters Cup Sand Sculpture Competition and Music FestivalRead More »
Fantastic folk art brought hundreds of people to Folkfest St. Pete November 5 and 6 along the 1100 block of Central AvenueRead More »
Finish out election week at the 46th annual fall festival sponsored by the Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic ChurchRead More »
Organizers of the first Gulfport Chefs Table charity fine dining event recently presented CASA with a check, part of their total donationRead More »
The Jazz by the Bay festival October 22 was the first of what organizers hope will become a new institution in GulfportRead More »
Gulfport’s Peter Hargitai gave his final reading as the town’s first poet laureate to a packed house at the Gulfport Public LibraryRead More »