Students in the Journeys in Journalism magnet program are exhibiting their photojournalism work at Studio@620 through January 30, in-person and virtually.
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It’s been over five decades since 12 Black police officers won a discrimination lawsuit in St. Pete; now they are getting a memorial in their honor.
No matter how profound the cause, a packed Martin Luther King Jr. parade in COVID-19 times is a no-go for the City of St. Petersburg.
When Vincent Spina writes a poem, he says he looks for what “sings,” creating a rhythm that supports the images and will carry the reader through the poem.
For the first time, amid a year of firsts, the St. Petersburg branch NAACP held their annual meeting via Zoom on Saturday, December 14 at 10 a.m.
On Monday, December 7, St. Petersburg launched “Race to Safe,” a campaign to keep St. Petersburg the safest city in Florida during the pandemic.
The Happy Mural Project invites folks to paint, Creative Pinellas announces Emerging Artist grantees and That Art Festival returns to St. Pete.
The state’s oldest, continuously operating community theater, St. Petersburg City Theatre, is getting back to show business – with a few extra precautions.
“Much of the federal funding that goes to local governments is based on population and population data comes directly from the Census,” says Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson.
Can’t get enough Tiki culture? The Gabber’s got you covered as two more local Tiki bars share business news.