Welcome to Creative Clay, the studio and gallery that gave Toni hope and, her family says, changed her life.
Artist Judy Greer paints a cat statue at the Tuesday Morning Market. She started with the Tuesday Market seven years ago this past February.
Lucha Libro, a Peruvian literary throw down came to St. Petersburg’s The Bends bar.
In the middle of Florida’s horse country, the Palm Ridge Reserve churns out small batches of whiskey.
You won’t find Rosewood listed on any map of “places to see in Florida.” In fact, most folks in the area would prefer we all forget about it or, at the very least, never come looking for what remains.
The long-awaited community art project will soon take shape at Gulfport Square, the shopping plaza at the southwest corner of Gulfport Boulevard and 49th Street.
Lynn Jasmin, a native Boston artist who moved first to the Florida Keys and then Gulfport, said she moved to Gulfport because it reminded her of the Keys.
When our other plans got scrapped at the last minute, we all thought, “Hey, let’s check out Weedon Island.”
Cedar Key has reinvented itself more than once. Today, Cedar Key exists as part clam village, part tourist center.
“It’s about finding the right artist,” gallery manager Mike McCue remarked as art lovers crowded the shop and gallery for Valerie Brandli art opening.
Denis Frain is not your typical artist. By day, Frain runs a wildly successful marina.
If you saw the tall man with the gecko-sequined blazer and stylish 70s wig dancing on the Casino’s small stage at Saturday night’s Gecko Ball, you witnessed one of Gulfport’s most ambitious costumers