St Pete features an outstanding showcase of the Sunshine City's incredible art scene on a monthly basis. Ride the trolley, see a new gallery and enjoy an evening out.
If you haven't checked it out, its a great way to get introduced to the amazing local artists.
Long gone are the original Green Benches of St Petersburg, removed from the city in the late 1960's. But how did we ever get them, why were they green and who had them all removed?
It seems like there's tons of exciting events going on every day of the week in the Sunshine City. Just look at the month of May...
As part of the Community Pier Response, the St Petersburg city council met earlier this week to discuss possible changes to the future pier plans, slated to be completed in late 2018.
One of the more controversial ideas replaces a physical pier with a high tech virtual pier! Surprisingly the concept does have its backers...
The United States Postal Service uses bikes to deliver mail in three cities around the nation. St Petersburg, Florida is fortunate to be one of those towns continuing to do so.
And while at first glance it may seem a bit unusual and to some perhaps antiquated, it really does makes sense...
Earlier this month the Sunshine Skyway Bridge celebrated it's 30th birthday. It was dedicated Feb 7 1987 and opened for traffic in April of that year.
This iconic bridge is now 30 years old and is the second version of the Skyway, but what was there before this one?
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