Salty’s iconic hanging fish statue, “Saltina,” has blessed the Gulfport drinking spot or more than eight years. Now, she’s got a rainbow makeover.
Take a look at some of the live music in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira Beach for the weekend of June 24.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber hosts “Body Beautiful” to recognize all physiques and spread positivity for Art Walk on Friday, July 2 throughout downtown Gulfport.
Gulfport’s oldest artist retreat took a hiatus in 2019 to bring new infrastructure to the overflowing art venue; now, the Patch is back.
Gulfport Community Players’ “Birds of a Feather” explores nature vs. nurture, physical and emotional intimacy, and, ultimately, love itself.
SPACEcraft – an interactive traveling art project that exists between two 40-foot cargo shipping containers – lands in Gulfport’s Clymer Park in June.
After a life of living across the country, painting, creating and working as a pastry chef, 63-year-old Amy Howell has settled in Gulfport to recreate her life again.
Renowned local mural artists, The Vitale Brothers, were commissioned to create one of artist and activist Shepard Fairey’s pieces for a healthcare rights mural.
This year theater companies around town are excited to catch up with audiences, including the latest from the Gulfport Community Players and freeFall.
This summer, check out fun mysteries, YA fiction, Scrub Jay sleuthing and former St. Petersburg Times columnist Bill Maxwell’s best columns.
Gulfport artist Janet Folsom paints everyday people she connects with – including the essential workers and faces braving the pandemic.
Gulfport photographer and Navy veteran Larry Busby invited local photo artists with a connection to the military to tell a story of Bay Pines National Cemetery.