This week’s Hard Candy comes to you from the desk of Calypso, the multitalented dachshund.
Ben Thomas helps Denise Kilpatrick work out a zipper on rain gear at Eckerd College’s Search and Rescue’s (SAR) annual marine flea market. Thomas and Kilpatrick, who live in South Pasadena, own a boat together.
Watchers are watching watchers who are watching everyone and everything. It’s a big wonderful circle spinning round and round and spitting out information as needed by whatever entity needs it.
Any idea whose job it is to fix the broken lights in the trees on Beach Boulevard?
Blazer McKnight, a nine-year-old black cat, survived a garage fire thanks to local firefighters.
Soon Childs Park and southwestern St. Pete residents will have a satellite city hall at the local YMCA.
Pending approval from Southwest Little League and Gulfport Little League, the two leagues could merge into a new one by next year.
At some point in the race around my dining room I notice the squirrel has a hurt leg, so of course I try and coax it into a paper bag. Fail.
I run slowly enough to see things, yet just fast enough to clear my head. Here’s what I notice while most of Gulfport sleeps.
Are there limitations in setting up your own house-based gray water filtration system to use on your yard?
If it is accepted that absent fathers are at the root of poverty, crime and incarceration, this is more than just a minority problem.
“I’m ecstatic,” Councilwoman-elect Roman said from her victory party at Salty’s Tuesday night.