Clearwater Beach is currently leading other city's as the best place to watch a sunset in a 10Best.com poll.
Ensure a win by voting everyday until 12 p.m. Oct. 14. The winner will be revealed Oct. 16.The 10Best.com poll is part of the website’s Reader’s Choice awards.
Red Light Camera Tickets Come to Code Board
The city’s Municipal Code Enforcement Board is expected to hear its first red light camera ticket appeals and their decision could cost the driver an additional $250.
A state law amends the red light camera ticket appeals process to include a local hearing officer, which would be the board, who will hear nine appeals at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at City Hall, 112 S Osceola Ave. View the agenda here.Citizen Voice Project
Want to be a more effective communicator to elected representatives? Find out how at the 'Empowering Our Communities with Citizen Lobbyists' from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the Columbia Restaurant, 1241 Gulf Blvd. Find out more about the event here.
Energetic Food Cooking Class
Learn how to combine fresh seasonal produce and the principles of Chinese medicine at the Energetics of Food cooking class with Paul and Cara Reynolds at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at Nature's Food Patch, 1225 Cleveland St. Food is gluten and dairy free. Visit thereynoldskitchen.com.
Who Can it Be Now?
Ever wonder what happened to Colin Hay from Men at Work? Find out Tuesday, Sept. 24 when he takes the stage at the Largo Cultural Center for “An Evening with Colin Hay.” Tickets start at $34.50 and cost $5 more at the door. Check out the center’s website for more details.
Zimmerman Protests Not Over Yet
Those still upset with the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin have plans to return to Tallahassee to request a change in Florida laws, according to TBO.com. They’re asking for the state to put an end to racial profiling. Do you think Florida’s self-defense laws should be changed? Tell us by commenting below!
Emmy Winners, Loses
With shows such as “Breaking Bad” taking home honors from Sunday’s 65th Primetime Emmy Awards ,the slate of winners may or may not have matched up to your choices. How do you think the Emmy judges did in selecting this year’s best of the best when it comes to television? Tell us by commenting below.
Wait Your Turn
That’s what Walt Disney World plans to say to disabled guests starting Oct. 9 when the park’s former policy of allowing those with disabilities to skip to the head of the line goes away. The move was prompted by what the Associated Press says was abuse of the system. Those with disabilities will still receive special accommodations though. Instead of an automatic skip, they’ll get a ticket with a return time that will speed up ride access for them. What do you think of the new policy?
Some Rain May Fall
Forecasters at the National Weather Service are calling for heavy rain on Tuesday. There’s a 70 percent chance of storms during the daytime hours and 40 percent overnight.