Cicada’s Buzz Finally Explained: Powerful Protection Magic Keeping Florida Safe

If you’ve been in Florida for a couple of years, then you’re probably familiar with the buzzing sound of cicadas. Their electricity-like call can often be heard during the summer months, but the bugs themselves are rarely seen, earning them the nickname “Florida Fairies.” A new study has revealed that the nickname may be more … Continue reading Cicada’s Buzz Finally Explained: Powerful Protection Magic Keeping Florida Safe

Kenwood Witch Coven Protests Proposed Canal

A women's group based in St. Petersburg's historic Kenwood neighborhood protested a new canal planned for the area yesterday morning. The women, who call their group the Muskeg Occult Preservation Society, or MOPS, gathered outside City Hall with signs painted with “Justice for Swamp Witches,” and “For the Love of God, Stop Draining the Swamp,” … Continue reading Kenwood Witch Coven Protests Proposed Canal

St. Pete Business Owner Held Overnight by Brandon PD After Mistaken for Skunk Ape

Curtis O’Hallaran-Price was held overnight by Brandon PD after he was mistaken for the legendary Skunk Ape, a type of sasquatch native to Florida. O’Hallaran-Price, who owns a gluten-free soap crafting co-op in St. Petersburg’s warehouse district, was visiting his husband’s family in Brandon when a nervous neighbor spotted him in the woods behind her … Continue reading St. Pete Business Owner Held Overnight by Brandon PD After Mistaken for Skunk Ape

Glass Museum Goes Missing in Daring Art Heist

St. Petersburg’s Visualize Museum of Clear Glass, previously on the corner of 1st Ave N and 14th St N, has gone missing according to Barb Janowski, deputy director of the museum. The museum, which not only features the largest exhibit of clear glass art in the world, but is also constructed entirely out of clear … Continue reading Glass Museum Goes Missing in Daring Art Heist