GRAHAM’S PRODUCE MARKET
St. Petersburg, FL
Those who think that high-end supermarkets like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are something new might be surprised to learn that plenty of us in the St. Petersburg-Clearwater area have been grocery shopping in style since the 1970s. That’s when Graham’s Produce Market first opened on 54th Avenue North. Continue reading →
Race to Derby Lane, St. Petersburg, FL
It sits there silently as you drive past, on the edge of Tampa Bay. Except for a few fishing shacks, it was the first developed property on Gandy Boulevard, carved out of pines and palmettos, an outpost at the edge of St. Petersburg’s city limits. Derby Lane, Florida’s top greyhound racing facility, has been there since 1925. Continue reading →
St. Petersburg College
- St Petersburg College
For more than 85 years, St. Petersburg College (SPC) has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of people from every walk of life in the St. Petersburg-Clearwater area. If there’s one institution here that is genuinely beloved and that local residents are genuinely proud of, it’s St. Petersburg College. As a boy, I played bike tag on the campus, as a grown up, I’ve taken classes there just for fun. Continue reading →
St. Petersburg, FL Museum of Fine Arts
Where can you hang out with Cézanne, Monet, and Renoir? In St. Petersburg, of course! Since opening in 1965, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) has served our community by collecting and exhibiting some of the world’s finest and most fascinating works of art.
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We read this blog on Huffington Post by a fellow named John Malik. It is really delightful, especially for people who live in St. Petersburg. You get to see it from someone else’s perspective. It makes us fall in love with this city all over again.
Read John’s blog here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-malik/ill-have-stpete-with-a-sq_b_5138259.html
You can follow John on twitter http://www.twitter.com/chefjohnmalik
If you’re thinking about trying to sell your home on the local housing market, great news: it’s about to get very, very busy.That’s because national real estate experts are projecting that this spring will see even more home buying activity than is already expected for this time of year. Continue reading →
CIRCUS McGURKIS – THE PEOPLE’S FAIR ST PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Circus McGurkis continues to be a remarkable St. Petersburg tradition after more than four decades. It’s a celebration of our community’s creativity, activism, and beauty. Every October, Circus McGurkis highlights arts, crafts, music, games, and ideas with a special focus on activities for children and families of all ages. Continue reading →
Home Worth Increases Because of Flood Insurance?
What? How can that be? Continue reading →
This is without a doubt, the most dedicated Tampa Bays fan ever. Passed by this lady at a Walgreens and saw this tattoo out of the corner of my eye. I had to turn around stop her and asked her if I could take a look at it. Then I asked her if I could take a picture. It features (from the top down) the sun and the moon over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the Tampa Bay Rays logo (from the Devil Rays days), a baseball, the Tampa Bay Bucs logo, the Tampa Bay Lightning logo (with a goalie mask), and the inscription “Believe” with the “B” made from a heart. On the other side of her arm in letters large enough to take up that whole side was “Tampa Bay” in beautiful cursive writing. This is OUR kind of gal. We salute you!