Coachman Park continues to emerge as a top spot for concerts and festivals in Tampa Bay. Nestled on the banks of downtown Clearwater’s beautiful waterfront, visitors to this venue experience an intimate setting with some of their favorite artists and performers. Read on
The city of Clearwater’s Community Redevelopment Agency is starting a bold financial incentive program to attract restaurants and brew pubs to Downtown Clearwater.
The Anchor Tenant Incentive Program, which was approved today by the city of Clearwater’s Community Redevelopment Agency board, will provide loan-to-grant funding of up to $250,000 to participating property owners and commercial tenants in Downtown Clearwater.
Painting in the Park – Art Bazaar at Station Square Park in Downtown Clearwater continues Saturday, April 15 from 5 to 9 p.m. with more art, music and drinks under the stars. The event will feature an open air painting class, guest artist, live music, beer, wine, food vendors, glitz and glam face painting and unique vendors. Local musician Meg Shannon will perform. Artists in attendance include Vicki Hudson, Kelly Kroha Strong, wood sculptor Mike Ferguson and wearable artist Lina Teixeira of Studio 617. Read on
The Clearwater City Council on Feb. 2 voted unanimously to accept the “Imagine Clearwater” master plan to revitalize the Downtown Clearwater waterfront area. The master plan proposes a design for an expanded and improved waterfront park, recommends a set of catalyst projects to activate Downtown Clearwater and defines steps the city and community can take to implement the plan. Read on
Pull up a chair at Downtown Clearwater’s Station Square Park.
The city of Clearwater’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is hosting a celebration to kick off the activation of Station Square Park, 612 Cleveland St., Clearwater, from 12 to 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. Read on
Ruth Eckerd Hall On The Road announces the Return of Clearwater’s Blast Friday. The series kicks off Friday, Jan. 27 with Spyro Gyra and continues with free monthly concerts through May, presented by Bank of America. Read on
From her condo, Joy Hancock and her husband hear train horns at all hours of the day and night.
She recorded video from her third-floor window. “We can hear them from a long, long ways away. It just seems to go on forever,” Hancock said. Read on