Thursday, September 25, 2014

LGBT Festival Hit by Gas Attack in St. Pete


LGBT Festival Hit by Gas Attack in St. Pete


ST. PETERSBURG — Queerfest, an annual LGBT rights festival in St. Petersburg, was forced to cancel most of its events following attacks, pressure from authorities, bomb threats and last-minute cancellations. A group led by anti-gay lawmaker Vitaly ...


Arts Alive event offers free admission to St. Pete venues


There are many options in the Tampa Bay area this weekend for free family fun. If you’re up to expanding your cultural horizons with another one, consider Arts Alive free museum day. On Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., several art and ...


Questions raised about St. Petersburg's Pier selection committee


ST. PETERSBURG — In a few days, up to eight design teams could make the first cut in the pursuit of a $46 million project that would give the city a new Pier or a renovated inverted pyramid. Central to the decision-making process is a seven-member ...


St. Petersburg council committee wants to tackle early childhood, high school education needs


ST. PETERSBURG — Council members on the city's youth services committee had a singular goal earlier this year: Strengthening a diversion program for kids caught up in the criminal justice system. Just weeks ago, the council approved recommendations to ...



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