CLEARWATER — The Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival may have been canceled this year, but that doesn’t mean an ornate sand sculpture won’t be making …
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CLEARWATER — COVID-19 continues to ravage the local tourism industry this year, recently claiming two signature events in Clearwater.
CLEARWATER — Now that the daily Sunsets at Pier 60 have been so successful, the city is withdrawing the grants that support the daily tourist …
Benjamin Probanza climbs a small hill with a melon scooper to make sure the seahorse’s fins are perfect. The Spanish artist — one of a group of international master sculptors under the long tent on Clearwater Beach — is preparing his work depicting sea life for the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival.
CLEARWATER – If you’ve visited Clearwater Beach in the last 25 years, the odds are good you’ve come under the influence of Lisa Chandler.
This year’s theme, “A Celebration of America’s Treasures,” will honor all the best America has to offer its citizens and visitors. During the 10-day festival, approximately 1,000 tons of world famous sugar sands will be creatively carved into the Sugar Sand Walk Exhibit by 12 world-class artists, and showcased in an artistic walk-through display in a 21,000-square-foot tent.