The City of Gulfport offers a $100 rebate for residents and businesses that replace older toilets with high-efficiency models.
The school recently received the HEED Award recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
More than thirty volunteers stepped up to help clean Gulfport Saturday, September 12 for Gulfport Grassroots “Beyond the Beach” cleanup.
EPIC Generations, a new program specifically serving the needs of our LGBTQ elders, is hosting an event on Friday, September 18 at the Gulfport Library.
Watch the City of Gulfport’s virtual memorial honoring the lives lost on that tragic day, and the heroes that came to the rescue.
What is “Vintage Improv”? It’s a wild and fun performance art featuring the talents and interests of mature improvisers over the age of 50.
Gulfport Votes 100% is creating partnerships and events with marginalized voting groups to reach their ultimate goal: complete voter turnout in November.
“When a viewer sees my drawing, I want them to also see themselves in it,” says Zoe Papas, whose work will be featured at the October 2 Art Walk in Gulfport.
Happy hour is upon us once more. On Monday, September 14 Florida bars and breweries will start pouring, no food needed.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber is ready to unveil the event’s metamorphosis into the Third Saturday IndieFaire, on Saturday, October 17.
Whether you’re getting active, grabbing a scoop or getting your art fix, here’s a list of happenings around town to sink your teeth into.
Over the coming weeks, we will have discussions about where the Gabber goes and what areas we cover, and how we can help all the communities we serve.