“I don’t know,” said El Cap. “It’s a beach parking lot; let’s stay beachy. Everybody likes our quaint alleys because they’re not paved. I think that should hold true for the parking.”
Saying we should just back out to our own shores is easy, but doing it is more difficult than getting into messes abroad. There are consequences, long and short term.
What was the helicopter with a spot-light looking for on Tuesday night [June 10] around 10:30?
Extremists are all the same. They suggest ideas ranging from fascism to anarchy, but punishment doesn’t always appear to be equal.
Monthly iPad class meets at the Gulfport Public Library
I suggested the new mayor needed to get in touch with Midtown, the 49th Street Corridor, and Child’s Park, so I suggested he and I take a bike ride through some of the town’s poor black areas. Thursday night, the mayor took me up on my offer.
Zumba, touted as a “dance-fitness party,” takes a turn for summer with Aqua Zumba classes at St. Pete Beach
Quick work likely kept 500 gallons of fuel out of Clam Bayou, Boca Ciega Bay, and the Gulfport Municipal Marina
Co-owner Joe Guenther said he was proud to come in third, ahead of fellow waterfront restaurants.
Four heroes help save a little boy from drowning at Gulfport’s Aquamania Event
Now in its third year, the Aquamania may finally have found its groove, according to organizer Lori Rosso
Despite the rain, Gulfport properly retired American flags at this year’s Flag Day ceremony