Music, eats, cool cars and beautiful art were among the offerings Saturday at the South Pasadena block party and 29th annual art show.
Denis Frain, director of operations t the Gulfport Municipal Marina, said it was “perfect” weather for the sale last Saturday.
The weather couldn’t have been better Saturday for the the second round Bark-B-Que after the original was rained out in February.
Tom Duquette of Gulfport recently spent four days working in an orphanage in the northern port city of Cap-Haitien in Haiti.
Made up of students, the Eckerd College Search and Rescue team has plays a vital role in waterway safety in the bay area.
Despite pouring rain Saturday organizers of Gulfport’s 11th annual Get Rescued dubbed the event a success.
Under the shelter of a bridge, 23 different chilis bubbled for tasters at the 10th annual Grand Central District Chili Cookoff.
Garden Club of St. Petersburg’s two-day flea market and plant sale showed off a variety of plants along with traditional market items.
Last weekend’s Junk in the Trunk event collected 9.33 tons of “junk” plus four palettes of electronics, and has collected 20 tons total.
Every weekday for almost three decades, Richard Struckmeier has biked six miles roundtrip to the Gulfport Senior Center to volunteer.
Gulfport Merchants Association’s 11th annual Get Rescued animal fair and fundraiser is set for Saturday, February 28, and aims to benefit smaller rescue groups.
Boyd Hill Nature Park’s Raptor Fest was a huge success – with one small hiccup: Clyde the kestrel went out on an adventure.