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Week in Review: New Gallery, Fresh Market, Capt. Jay

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Gulfport Fresh Market Extends Into Evenings: Organizers are extending the hours on the first Tuesday of the month to 8 p.m. starting in October; current hours are from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

New Gallery Revitalizes Art Movement: Domain Home Accessories celebrated a benchmark with the grand opening of their new art gallery, residents say, the achievement is also kicking off a re-birth of art in Gulfport.

Where's Capt. Jay's Boat?: Mayday! Mayday! Be on the lookout for Capt. Jay's boat.

Marked for Death: Pit Mix Amputee Gets Second Chance: X-rays from Miami showed that all the carpals of her foot were broken and ligaments torn. Infection had begun to destroy the tissue around her bite wounds and the splint was not going to be effective.

Jail Bookings Report: Aug. 28 - Sept. 4: The following people were arrested in Gulfport between August 28 and September 4. The information is from Gulfport Police and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

Video: Check N Go Robbed at Gunpoint: During the robbery, police said, the suspect made repeated threats to shoot the clerk if he did not comply with his demands.

Video: Guy Harvey Outpost Makes a Splash in St. Pete Beach: At the grand opening of the Guy Harvey Outpost, Guy Harvey himself was there to check out the facility and share what makes the Outpost special.

Gulfport Historical Museum Welcomes New Exhibits: That's right! Stop by the Gulfport Historical Museum and learn more about everyday living in the 1950s, 60s and 1970s in the new fall exhibits.

Video: Charge Electric Cars in Gulfport: Progress Energy unveiled Gulfport's first electric charging station.

Calling All Pub Crawlers!: The Fifth Annual Gecko Pub Crawl is the final event this year in a trio of events celebrating Gulfport’s favorite reptile, following on the heels of the Gecko Ball and Gecko Fest.

Vote for 2013 Gecko Ball Theme!: Organizers of Gulfport’s annual Gecko Ball are encouraging the public to vote now on the theme of next year’s event.

Register Now for Gulfport's "Keep Gulfport Weird" Mini Triathlon: C'mon! You can do it. You can run a mile, bike 3 miles and swim a quarter of a mile right? Sign up now for the 2nd Annual "Keep Gulfport Weird" Mini Triathlon! Put your skills to the test and have fun doing it!

Tyrone Square Mazda Presents The Tangerine Blues Fest: What began in 2008 as a small music event to shine a light on the business corridor along 49th Street South in St. Petersburg and Gulfport has blossomed into one of the Bay Area's most formidable blues festivals.

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