As part of the OLLI at Eckerd College, some participants visited the Cross Creek area of Florida on December 8.
James Anderson initially filed the lawsuit in February 2011 against St. Pete Beach that prompted open discussion of the comprehensive plan.
Visitors to St. Pete Beach Corey Area Craft Festival on St. Pete Beach this past weekend were rewarded with a mix of handcrafted items and fine art.
Gypsy Productions’ new production play is hilarious, witty, sexy and realistic with hints of the philosophic.
Family Blanket Fort Night, the first of its kind at the Gulfport Library, was a big success last weekend in the Friend’s Room.
Keith Stillwagon adds a second mural at Gulfport Square when other artists don’t deliver.
When Debra Anders opened Philanthropee in Gulfport’s Historic Waterfront, it was Gecko Season, but she had giving on her mind.
Full-time oil salesman and father Jon Kile published his first novel recently, which he wrote mostly while the kids slept.
The Ferguson, MO shooting of a black teenager is not a racial issue. The issue is excessive use of force by police. In this case, thoroughly vetted by a grand jury with all the evidence publicly available (although without the racial overtones, it would not have even made it to the grand jury in the first place), it was determined that officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown in self defense.
No matter where you live, we’ve found ways you can check off every item on your to-do list this holiday season without picking up those car keys.
Gulfport City Council voted December 2 against city staff’s recommendation that James DeFoe be allowed to make parking improvements to a vacant lot.
Last weekend, Suntan Art Center’s 100 Artist Show in Horan Park closed out its third year featuring art ranging from small jewelry to large Tiki totems.