Fine art painter Anna Ayres was hard at work last week on her nature-based column murals outside Brenda McMahon Gallery in Gulfport.
Effective immediately, restaurants, bars, hotels, salons, movie theaters, and others can operate at 100% capacity, per the State of Florida.
Best Seat in the House: A Chair-ity Auction with a View was postponed in March. Due to ongoing COVID concerns, organizers decided to wait until next year.
Pocket Prairies – small urban gardens featuring native plants – are gaining popularity and Gulfport is taking part. City of Gulfport Horticulturist Toffer Ross and Gulfport Public Library Youth Services […]
This week we have live music on the beach, some rooftop yoga and more. As always, be safe, wear a mask, and continue to shop small in this strange time.
Letters and commentary sent to the Gabber the week of September 24.
A Reader’s Delight: The Gabber Book Club with Tombolo Books, the Times Festival of Reading and book talks at the Gulfport Library.
A sampling of police calls in Gulfport from September 12 to September 16. Source: Gulfport Police Department September 12: Explosion Shot When a Gulfport woman on the 5900 block of […]
After deciding to move to Tennessee, Donald Hensley handed his drum sticks over to 17-year-old Boca Ciega High School band student Arlene Assllani.
In part two of our special series, we dive deeper into the history of Lincoln Cemetery and other historically Black burial grounds in the county.
Lance is an 88-pound Akita mix who loves walking the neighborhood and does very well on a leash.
This week’s down-ballot coverage of the November elections features the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners candidates.