Elsa scuttled the season finale plans, but the Gulfport band’s spirit lives on with founder Dr. Roy Ernst taking the lead on direction.
Town Shores residents Kathy and Tom Bixler recently made the trip to Wyoming and Sinks Canyon State Park – but they didn’t forget their Gabber!
LocalShops1 founder Ester Venouziou recently got into the gecko spirit with a fresh new backyard shed makeover by local artist Denise Keegan O’Hara.
Multiple blooms persist in Tampa Bay, and red tide concentrations are ramping up in Boca Ciega Bay and the Gulf beaches.
A year after the Gabber returned to print in the midst of the pandemic, owners Barry Loper and Cathy Salustri Loper hosted a grand re-opening party for the community.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the July 8 issue of the Gabber.
The program, “Dear Self You Are Worth It,” pair therapy seekers with psychology masters students for one-hour sessions for $30 to $50.
South Pasadena’s Vice Mayor Tom Reid will serve his second year on the Florida League of Cities, where he works on land use and economic development.
A year ago this week, we published our first issue as the new owners of the paper. The Gabber, which went dormant during the pandemic, had returned.
The Furry Godparents Pet Program at Westminster Suncoast in St. Pete aims to fast track new homes for pets of seniors who are ill, disabled or who have passed away.
The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum’s REVERBERATIONS is an exhibit exclusively by Black artists – a meditation on progress and oppression – at the James Museum.
While residents and businesses feared the worst, Elsa left little damage in her wake as she passed by Pinellas early Wednesday, July 7.