Thomas Tomlinson and Michael Chapman became the first same-sex couple to legally marry at the Gulfport Casino – the city and local businesses hope it’s the first of many such weddings.
Over 170 award-winning artists showed their work Sunday afternoon at the invitation-only Art Festival Beth-El, now in its 42nd year.
After 20 years at the helm, Leo Perry is retiring as director of the Senior Citizens’ Harmonica Club. Now, he says, he has time to play.
From Lladro and Hummel, to Dresden and even Disneyana, Kathy Beckus and Melissa Hickok have repaired and restored it all.
Gulfport marked this year’s Arbor Day with the traditional tree-planting, as well as poetry, song and free saplings for attendees.
Sunday morning beachgoers were greeted by sunshine and a high-flying red macaw at the kite festival in Treasure Island.
A brief introduction to the candidates for St. Pete Beach’s upcoming District 2 commission seat election, in their own words.
Pass-A-Grille loses approximately ten historic structures each year; now the city of St. Pete Beach is looking for ways to preserve the area’s history.
Marge Grudzinski has taught the twice-weekly Tai Chi class in Gulfport for 19 years.
ArtPool Gallery, in the Grand Central District, is a funky mecca for one-of-a-kind finds, from handmade jewelry to original art and vintage goods.
Erin Bell, 38, and Andrea DeFelipo, 37, became the first same-sex couple to be married in St. Petersburg on January 6.
Crea Egan-Romanelli is an enthusiastic proponent of the Food Forest’s mission to build community and educate about food sustainability.