Back in the day, Tropicana Field displaced the Historic Gas Plant District. Now, the City of St. Petersburg plans the community’s return.
St. Petersburg History
How Eckerd College’s campus recognizes Tampa Bay American Indian history for National American Indian Heritage Month.
During the spring of 1983, a short protest about the dress code had some students skirting around the Lakewood High School campus.
If asked to name “pretty in pink” places from Pinellas history, locals frequently mention the fabled “Pink Streets” south of Pinellas Point Drive. Or, they talk about the fabulous stucco on the “Pink Palace,” the Don CeSar. These streets and hotel suites first appeared in the 1920s. However, the ruddy roads have a history that […]
Looking for plans this week? The Gabber has your weekly lineup of events in Gulfport, St. Pete and on the beaches.
Creative Clay students danced for good fortune at the St. Petersburg Museum of History. See something Gabber worthy? Send us your pictures! They could appear right here next week.
Penny pinching art and culture lovers, listen up! St. Pete hosts its annual Arts Alive! Free Museum Day on Saturday, September 18 with at least seven participating museums.
The St. Petersburg Museum of History has put out a call for stories and history from local Black and LGBTQ communities.
May’s Student of the Month compares high school life in Florida and her native Italy, while volunteering at the St. Petersburg Museum of History.