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Pam Ryan Anderson of Ryan Realty, Clearwater FloridaRyan Realty, Clearwater, FL

This year will be my 20th anniversary selling real estate in the Greater Tampa Bay area, and just when I think I’ve heard it all, along comes Chinese Drywall!

Chinese Drywall is a Chinese product imported by the Lennar Corporation and has been found to contain high levels of sulfur.  In many cases, the drywall emits fumes that destroy appliances, air conditioning systems, duct work, copper pipes, blackens jewelry and can even make people sick.

Published in Clearwater

Latin performers at Ciclovía - Photo by Simaen SkolfieldCleveland St. District, Clearwater

Ciclovía – it means “bike path” in Spanish – but in Clearwater, it means FUN! On Sunday, April 26th, from 8am to 2pm, two miles of Cleveland Street were closed off and declared a “no car zone.” From Coachman Park all the way up to Highland Avenue, bicyclists could be seen riding in the middle of an empty street.

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clearwaterinpictures.jpgClearwater, FL - Over the course of four months, "Clearwater In Pictures" is the result of the most comprehensive and up-to-date images from one of the most exciting and energetic cities on the Gulf Coast of Florida.

From the pristine white beaches of Clearwater Beach, the architecture, festivals and energy of a great downtown, it is no wonder why Clearwater is ranked amongst the best cities in Florida to work, live and play, and this book will show it all in full color.

 

Published in Pinellas County

williamjoseph2.jpg“It’s moments like this that make me glad to be a city council member,” said John Doran as he stepped outside the newly-renovated Capitol Theatre, just after the opening night performance from classical pop pianist William Joseph.

Following the purchase of the Royalty Theatre by Ruth Eckerd Hall and the City of Clearwater, the venue has had a thorough cleaning and been officially renamed the Capitol Theatre. Its opening performance was on Saturday, April 4th — a performance from a very talented artist, William Joseph.

William is a dynamic and passionate classical pianist whose pop twist gives a fresh and youthful burst of energy to the genre. His music is emotional, dramatic and engaging. Discovered by David Foster in his native Phoenix, Arizona, he has gone on to release two remarkable albums and perform for the likes of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. “I’m very emotion-driven,” he says of his music. “I only write from feelings that I’m having. It’s not a story, it’s raw feeling.”

Published in Music

These newfoundlands were last years winners of the large breed dog race.Downtown Clearwater - Lots of pet owners and dog lovers will be attending the 4th Annual Clearwater Spring Pet Fair, scheduled to be held on Cleveland Street between the blocks of East Street and Fort Harrison Avenue and sponsored by the Clearwater Downtown Development Board and Gulf Coast Dog Magazine.

The event includes a pet parade, contests, rescue groups, pet supply vendors, entertainment and food. The Suncoast Animal League will microchip your pet for $15 and the Pinellas County Animobile will be on hand. Fun and Free!

Published in Pinellas County
Amos Lee with Special Guest MUTLU Performing at Capitol Theatre in Clearwater
Clearwater, FL (April 8, 2009) - "Ruth Eckerd Hall On The Road" presents a third pre-renovation concert at the historic Capitol Theatre in the Cleveland Street District in Downtown Clearwater when guitarist & singer/songwriter Amos Lee performs on Saturday, May 9th at 8 pm.  Tickets go on sale Friday, April 10th at 10 am.  Special guest MUTLU will open the show.

Amos Lee, who hails from Philadelphia, is known for a musical style that encompasses folk, soul and jazz. He has toured with musicians such as Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Norah Jones, Paul Simon and Merle Haggard. His three album releases, Amos Lee (#2 on Billboard's Heatseekers Chart), Supply and Demand (#76 on Billboard's Hot 100 Album Chart) and Last Days at the Lodge (#29 on Billboard's Hot 100 Album Chart) have all been met with commercial and critical success.  Billboard Magazine said of Lee: "Proves that real emotion and true artistry are not always wasted on the youth."
Published in Music
Tuesday, 31 March 2009 15:38

Home Run for a Drug Free World

Photo by Jesse Chalupsky
Photo by Jesse Chalupsky
Clearwater, FL (March 2009) - The Drug Free World fundraising event was held at the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers spring training game. About 3,000 “Truth About Drugs” booklets were handed out to the game attendees, and 40 children signed up to be Drug Free Marshals. They were brought out to the field at 12:30, just before the game began, and pledged to not do drugs.
Published in Pinellas County

 

Dr. Dale Cooper
Dr. Dale Cooper
Success with Deep Tissue Laser Chiropractic Care

Clearwater, FL (April 1, 2009) -I wanted to share with everyone a few exciting real life successes from our patients who have used the new DEEP TISSUE LASER. 

These cases are typical everyday.  There is absolutely no reason to go on suffering from unwanted pain and disabilities.  LiteCure is truly remarkable and gets fast results (sometimes less than 5 treatments).  The best part is it’s affordable on any budget at just $50 a treatment.  If you want to know how and if laser can end your pain, call us at (727) 446-1141 and schedule an appointment today.  We are conveniently located in the heart of downtown Clearwater with good parking.

Published in General
Thursday, 19 February 2009 15:34

Station Square Park Opens Clearwater FL

Clearwater, FL – (February 18, 2009) Construction on the long-awaited Station Square Park in downtown Clearwater is slated for completion soon. The park will officially open to the public with a short ceremony on Feb. 26 at 10am.

Located next to the Station Square Condominium building in the 600 block of Cleveland Street, the park has been undergoing a $1.26-million renovation since last July. It is the final portion of the first phase of the Cleveland Street Streetscape that has transformed the look of Clearwater’s downtown. Work crews are adding final touches including landscaping, decorative pavers, and an attractive fountain at its signature front entrance.

The park will provide a pleasant place for downtown patrons to relax, and city officials expect to use the park’s elevated stage to host small concerts and events.

Visit Tampa Bay Informer again at www.tampabayinformer.com for full coverage of the Grand Opening.

- Tampa Bay Informer
The Good News Newspaper

Published in Pinellas County

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Recognizing in times of economic trouble, people look to art & entertainment for relief, direct mail marketing company PostcardMania has decided to sponsor a local art show featuring artist Colin O’Neal.

Clearwater, Florida, November 5, 2008 – Despite uncertain economic futures for Americans, PostcardMania, along with VitaminWater and SmartWater, is sponsoring a local Tampa Bay artist, Colin O’Neal, in an upcoming art show – using the power of art to help others alleviate financial stress.  Emory Capital Management and The Residences at Windward Passage are 2 additional local businesses that will also be sponsoring the art show.

 


 

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