Does Gulfport recycle enough? Long story short: Gulfport’s doing great. We could do better. Here’s how.
Some of what’s on tap this week includes IndieFaire, Sanding Ovations on Treasure Island, and an early Thanksgiving dinner you won’t want to miss.
Gulfport City Council has officially vacated the right-of-way for three parcels along what is known as Beach Drive. The second reading of the ordinance and final vote took place Nov. 15.
The Lakewood Spartans opened the 2022 postseason in fine fashion, rolling over Clearwater 42-13 to delight the fans in what will almost certainly be their last home game of the season.
Gulf Beaches Elementary Magnet School hosted a movie under the stars and auction on Nov. 4 and raised $19K for classroom grants. It was a true community effort, says PTA Vice President Tiffany Crosson.
Local organizations and women owned businesses give back to their community of women by donating to the Sonia Plotnick Women’s Health Fund.
From one beach to another, here’s how Tampa Bay raised money for Hurricane Ian relief.
Nora’s back, and she’s on a mission. Even people who don’t love Ibsen will love this production, which runs through Nov. 20 at Tampa Rep at Stageworks.
Paradise Lutheran Church held its annual Thanksgiving dinner for anyone looking to come together with other people in their community to celebrate the holiday.
Pumpkin spice, cranberries, and pecans – Mastry’s Brewing Co. launched their fall beer selections at the beginning of October. The Gabber reviews their speciality seasonal brews.
Florida history buffs know that Marjory Stoneman Douglas was a pioneering activist for women’s writes and environmental conservation. But who was she before she became an icon? Lori McMullen’s biofiction, Among the Beautiful Beasts, imagines her formative years.
Motorists, homeowners, and pedestrians in and around Gulfport have no doubt noticed in recent weeks random streets being blocked and utility trucks with work crews on the ground as well in buckets as up in the air. Here’s why.