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Dunedin Parks & Recreation presented Hometown USA on July 3 at TD Ballpark. The event featured a live band, an outdoor movie on the big screen, and a fireworks show.

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Maybe it’s the price of success, but some downtown merchants, restaurateurs and others are at odds over issues such as code compliance, outdoor dining and parking.

DUNEDIN — City commissioners on June 9 adopted an amendment to an agreement pertaining to the proposed Gateway mixed-used project at Main Street, Milwaukee Avenue and Skinner Boulevard.

DUNEDIN — The daughter of a representative of an estate wants city commissioners to redirect the late philanthropist’s $500,000 donation to the city that was slated for park improvements. She asked commissioners May 31 that the money be used for an endowment fund for the Scottish arts.

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DUNEDIN — This summer, the Dunedin Fine Art Center seems to have been inspired by a song from The Who’s 1969 “Tommy,” borrowing from the refrain for its theme of “See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me.” The theme signals a special multi-media experience, bristling with powerful and provocative works of art.

DUNEDIN — If you’ve been wondering how to help the people of Ukraine — and who hasn’t? — Bren and Jon Cueni of Dunedin’s Cueni Brewing Co. have the solution.

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DUNEDIN — Talk of establishing a performing arts theater in the community took center stage during a City Commission discussion May 17 involving representatives of the Arts and Culture Advisory Committee.

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DUNEDIN — City commissioners on May 5 approved a zoning change that will allow the Dunedin Brewery, 937 Douglas Ave., to renovate a 1,598 square-foot building at 935 Douglas Ave. to expand brewery operations. The building was formerly an auto repair shop.

DUNEDIN — Drivers traveling west toward Honeymoon Island are witnessing the emergence of a giant gopher tortoise in the sky. But it’s not a scene from a horror movie. St. Petersburg artist Tom Stovall is slowly bringing “Henry” to life on east side of the water tower near Curlew Road and Bay…

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“I thought it was a great way to brighten things up during the gloomy days of COVID,” said Cindy Abell, the founder of the Chandeliers of Dunedin Facebook page. The 69-year-old retiree and artist said she’s been surprised by the sudden spark in interest in her efforts. Her Facebook page has nearly 5,000 members, her free Q&As regularly pack local establishments, and she has an order for more than 20 jellyfish, at a $125 a pop, that grows daily.

DUNEDIN — Heather Miniello, 35, was running a successful bed and breakfast in Dunedin, selling real estate and taking care of her 4-year-old daughter, when several drastic changes last year caused her to reexamine her life and what she truly wanted to do. 

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DUNEDIN — The sounds of bagpipes and drums will soon reverberate throughout the city as the 54th Highland Games and Festival returns to Dunedin for the first time in two years on April 1-2.

DUNEDIN — For the last 18 years, the Gateway project, 4.3 acres of vacant space that the city bought in 2004 for $2.1 million to serve as downtown Main Street’s eastern anchor, has been a test of endurance and frustration for various city commissions and a handful of developers.

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