Clearwater, FL -- The City of Clearwater has been awarded $1.39 million in stimulus money, under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, to enhance the section of the Pinellas Trail traversing downtown Clearwater.
When the Pinellas Trail opened in the 1990’s, no designated trail was built through downtown Clearwater. A larger sidewalk was later built along East Avenue, from Drew Street to Turner Street, to accommodate cyclists and pedestrians. The current plan, approved for the federal stimulus money, will transform the southbound lane of East Avenue into a two-way bicycle lane, through this same stretch.
Artists’ Expansion in Downtown!
Clearwater, FL (February 2009) - Artists in Action International (AIAI) will celebrate its 2nd Anniversary and the Grand Opening of its new downtown gallery on Saturday, Mar 21st. The event will be from 7:00-10:00pm and will feature City of Clearwater’s Vice-Mayor George Cretekos as well as celebrity guests, music, finger food and refreshments. COME JOIN IN THE FUN!
The new gallery space is 9,000 square feet and located at 400 Cleveland St. “Our move marks incredible expansion for our gallery and for our mission to beautify downtown Clearwater,” says Jack Potter, AIAI’s president. “We have even bigger plans for next year’s growth, events and art expression in downtown Clearwater.”
AIAI is a 501C-3 non-profit organization that believes in using art in all forms to positively impact the world.
To learn more about Artists in Action International, visit their website at http://www.artistsinactionint.org/ .
- Tampa Bay Informer
The Good News Newspaper
The Greek Town Grill, located at 1230 Cleveland St. near downtown Clearwater, FL 33750 is one of the newest and finest restaurants in the area.
The Greek Town Grill specializes in original Greek Recipes and continually attempts to capture the warmth and vitality of Greece. They take the time to carefully select all their ingredients and prepare food daily with an emphasis on quality.
They also offer Banquet and special meeting facilities that could include music and dancing with seating from 20 to 150. They have a unique system of serving freshly cooked foods prepared to order and never precooked regardless of the size of your group. They are the difference between a banquet hall and a full service restaurant with banquet facilities. Whatever the occasion lunch for two or a holiday party contact The Greek Town Grill today at (727) 447-7800 or just drop in for a glass of wine and a delicious appetizer!
Tampa Bay Informer
The Good News Newspaper