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KSPL Partners with the August “Shop Local” ArtWalk

Published by Keep St Pete Local on August 04, 2014

The Waterfront Arts District, Central Arts District, Edge District, Grand Central District, and the Warehouse Arts District become one arts destination for the St. Petersburg Second Saturday ArtWalk on August 9 from 5-9 pm. Visitors will be the first to see new affordable works of fine, glass, and clay art. Learn more ... Read More...

Looks like we are only 2 degrees away from Kevin Bacon!

Published by Keep St Pete Local on November 25, 2013

Keep Saint Petersburg Local members are highlighted in a national Kevin Bacon video for Shift Your Shopping for Good and KSPL is listed in the end credits as one of the organizations which made the campaign possible. CLICK "READ MORE" TO WATCH THE VIDEO Read More...

Calendar features “shop dogs” of St. Pete

Published by Keep St Pete Local on October 27, 2013

Rex and Oscar are just two of the dogs featured in the shop dogs calendar; proceeds from sales go to the Pet Pal Animal Shelter and Keep Saint Petersburg Local, a volunteer-run organization that markets locally owned businesses. The calendars are $15 and are available at the shops whose dogs are featured. Read More...

St. Pete show highlights the “Dark Arts”

Published by Keep St Pete Local on October 24, 2013

More than 60 visual and performance artists will reveal the darker side of beauty at a show Saturday to benefit Keep Saint Petersburg Local. Dark Arts will run from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday at Station Number Three, 2701 Fifth Ave. S. in St. Petersburg. The former fire station will form the backdrop for sideshow acts, aerialists, macabre oddities and other Read More...

Darkness awaits at Lore and Dark Arts

Published by Keep St Pete Local on October 18, 2013

Last December’s Abnormality art show is back and aiming to be better than ever: A follow-up event, called Dark Arts: Creep St. Pete Local, is planned for Halloween weekend. The details will sound familiar to anyone who attended Abnormality. Paintings, illustrations and other works by 65 artists will go on display at Station Number Three, a refurbished Read More...

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