With an aging congregation and the challenges of a global pandemic, Congregation Beth Sholom of Gulfport is closing its doors.
The Master Association President and her staff emailed and went door to door to alert Town Shores residents about the opportunity.
This week’s business beat highlights a new, family take-out spot, an oasis for creatives and a three sisters’ “unique” shop.
Participants waved signs and chanted to end gun violence at the second End the Violence demonstration on February 6 on 49th Street South.
The Gulfport Fine Arts Festival in Veteran’s Park this weekend is scaled back this year, but the featured artwork is as original as ever.
The last of the boats washed ashore during Eta in November is finally leaving Gulfport’s Beach after crews dismantled the 40,000 pound vessel.
Circle of Friends of the Gulfport Library book drive on January 30 collected a huge haul of books to stock the bookshop and help the library.
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.
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.
For the first time, the Pan-African flag will fly high through February at the Gulfport Public Library in commemoration of Black History Month.