Along with the ever-present COVID-19 pandemic, Florida will also contend with the upcoming flu season. It’s more important than ever to get your flu shot.
Writers have until November 1 to submit recorded readings to be considered for the fifth annual ReadOut: Festival of Lesbian Literature, February of 2022.
Residents and interested businesses are invited to a public meeting for an update on The Deuces Rising project on October 5 from 6-8 p.m.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the September 23 issue of the Gabber.
On Thursday, September 23, St. Petersburg High School was evacuated after a report of possible gunshots; a student was later charged for setting off fireworks.
Free Italian classes at the Gulfport Senior Center, courtesy of the Italian American Society of St. Petersburg, draw crowds of language lovers.
Fabric Smart makes a move, Pop Goes the Waffle settles in, Let It Be Ice Cream celebrates, Sail Market Studio and Boutique opens in Gulfport and 22 South Food Hall is finally here.
The Gabber’s newest feature, “What to Do” tackles a common Florida problem: What to do when you find injured or orphaned wildlife?
In October, Southside Fresh Market will move to a permanent spot on 22nd and 15th Avenue South, home to 30 small businesses daily in a grassroots, outdoor grocery store.
Council kept it short and sweet on a rescheduled Monday night meeting September 20, approving the millage rate, city budget and PCSO support services.
More than 100 people gathered to voice their ideas for the theater space that was recently sold to new owners, and also offer help on renovations.
Get a free ride on the Island Hopper, make a run for mental health and suicide prevention, and mix and mingle with the Treasure Island & Madeira Beach Chamber.