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Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk

Visit Gulfport Florida every first Friday & third Saturday, for the Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk. Find your shopping and dining maps at VisitGulfportFlorida.com and chart your course to our beachfront town! Shop for local art along Beach Blvd, visit ...

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Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk

Visit Gulfport Florida every first Friday & third Saturday, for the Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk. Find your shopping and dining maps at VisitGulfportFlorida.com and chart your course to our beachfront town! Shop for local art along Beach Blvd, visit ...

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Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk

Visit Gulfport Florida every first Friday & third Saturday, for the Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk. Find your shopping and dining maps at VisitGulfportFlorida.com and chart your course to our beachfront town! Shop for local art along Beach Blvd, visit ...

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Monster Mash 2018

The Goblins are already excited because they know that a frightfully good time is approaching. The Gulfport Senior Center Foundation and the Town Shores Masters Association are co-hosting this year’s annual Monster Mash. As Roger Bell, Association Manager of Town ...

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ProjectFREE Guys + Dolls

ProjectFREE celebrating Season 5 with the adaptive production of the hit musical comedy “Guys + Dolls” featuring 22 Amazing Actors with diverse abilities and live music. Pre-sale tickets on sale now: $18 – 800-838-3006 or sold at Beach Bazaar Gulfport ...

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Why You Should Attend the Mayors’ Cleanup Saturday

I’ve heard for years that Childs Park and other south St. Pete residents don’t care about the litter in or look of their communities, that they accept more crime and don’t mind lack of decent groceries and other niceties we take for granted. Note that although I said “south St. Pete residents” I don’t really believe that’s what people mean when they say it. I mean, the streets of Broadwater and the pink streets aren’t really rife with old Mello Yello bottles and Swisher cigar wrappers, are they?

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Math and Trash

I have grown disturbingly fond of our town’s vice mayor, Christine Brown. We both volunteer with the Gulfport Historical Society, and even though she’s apparently a Republican and I’m a bleeding-heart liberal, we’ve managed to look past labels and somehow work together. As it turns out, our political allegiances have shockingly little to do with our love for Gulfport.

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