First Friday Art Walk features artist of the month Patricia Kluwe Deridian; Mize Gallery keeps it “cute” and calls for Florida artists.
When Neal Desch’s soul mate, Suki Kaur, passed away in December 2019 he decided to honor her by giving back.
Despite the trouble getting an appointment and lingering fears of vaccine side effects, local seniors are happy to get the shot.
Though they are common, we shouldn’t take them for granted. It’s cool to have a large a bird of prey living successfully in our midst.
It’s rare to find someone who is smitten with their job, but Chef Matt Bonano is ecstatic about his culinary work at Gulfperk Coffee Bar.
Small town politics has more impact than you may realize. Local elections are coming up, and your decision affects us all.
Two men leveled allegations of racism at the city of Gulfport; Vice Mayor honored Black historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson; city renews school officer contracts.
For the first time, the Pan-African flag will fly high through February at the Gulfport Public Library in commemoration of Black History Month.
Veteran potter Charlie Parker has brought on an apprentice in his studio to continue the legacy of his work.
In spite of the challenges, Gulfport Fine Arts Festival will go on with the show while still ensuring a healthy environment for all.
Haley Wyble, of Gulfport’s Teen Council, turned 16 on January 25 with a drive-by extravaganza of first responders.
The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center Foundation canceled and postponed a lot, but new president Ron Coyne is ready to grow involvement.