That's what some Patch readers are talking about in response to a story about a new coalition of non-Scientologist business owners in downtown Clearwater. What do you think?
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Jack Mortimer, president of the Downtown Neighborhood Association, says the area is experiencing a revival in business and entertainment. Do you agree?
Take a moment to enjoy one of the reasons to live in Clearwater.
The sun powered sculpture stretches toward the setting sun in downtown Clearwater. Jeremiah Khokhar tweeted this image of the SunCatcher sculpture by Dee Dee Morrison to Clearwater Patch recently. "Downtown Clearwater, sunsets from any angle make you wanna shout in the 'Sunshine State.'" according to Khokhar's caption on his Facebook page. The art is part of the city's Scultpure360 Season IV which is on display through October along Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater. If you have a sunset photo you would like to share with readers feel free to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Become a fan of Jeremiah Khokhar Photography on Facebook. Follow Jeremiah Khokhar on Twitter. Become a fan of Clearwater Patch on Facebook. Follow Clearwater …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
A Clearwater Patch story about downtown shop owner's Scientology sign sparked quite a response from our readers. Have you weighed in yet?
Monday's Clearwater Patch story about a local shop owner's Scientology sign sparked quite a response from our readers. Patch reported that Travis Wilkinson, owner of Berry Beautiful Salon and Spa, intends to place a sign in front of his business stating “Notice: this is one of the only spas in downtown Clearwater not owned by a Scientologist." Wilkinson, a Southern Baptist, says it's "hurtful" that people think he's a Scientologist and that customers often think his business is associated with the church simply because it's located downtown. The story had more than 70 comments as of Tuesday evening and had even gotten national attention, appearing on the AOL homepage. AOL is Patch's parent company. Comments ranged from a conversation about…