Here we are, week two of the Gabber, v.2, and I have to tell you, getting to the second week has been a hurdle.
It’s good to be back, but even more, it feels right to have the Gabber back in print.
This column makes me sad, because it is my last. Twelve years ago, the Gabber offered me a job and a place in the community. Over the years I have delighted you, angered you, and most of all, I hope, I have made you think.
This year the J. West Prostate Run extended its course to 8K, and for the first time, former organizer Mike Calamari ran the race.
Gulfport Fire Department’s Special Rescue Unit 17 is small but powerful, designed to get through the crowds for a faster response time.
City of Imagination’s “Celebration of Our Youth,” which opened January 2, features works by local artists still in their teens.
Gulfport’s new fiscal year may not start until October, but city staff has already asked council to start thinking about the budget.
St. Petersburg’s new police chief, Tony Holloway, sat down with the Gabber to discuss race and building a new relationship with the community.
A winter Florida seascape has staggering beauty unparalleled by northern snow-covered vales.
We’ve stopped talking about the tough issues, like 49th Street or the water quality in Boca Ciega Bay, because the answers aren’t apparent and they aren’t problems we can easily solve – if we can solve them at all. So we shove them into that big blue box in the back of the closet, along with the old cameras and our grandmother’s clock, and we close the door.
Want to participate in Gulfport’s Day of Service? Join the growing list of teams, from the Gulfport Police to the Little League.
As Gulfport enters 2015, the city’s public works department has already started repairing the sewers.