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'Brooke Knows Best' crew heads to Clearwater Beach


'Brooke Knows Best' crew heads to beach

If you happen to see a film crew on Clearwater Beach in the next week, odds are that it's Brooke Hogan shooting an episode of her reality TV series, Brooke Knows Best. The show's producers got a permit to film there through next Wednesday. "The show will feature a variety of Clearwater locations including BeachWalk and Clearwater Beach," the permit says. The VH-1 series is a successor to the Hulk Hogan family's previous show, Hogan Knows Best.

Nutrition center expands to salads

After a ceremony Thursday morning to mark the opening of downtown's new Station Square Park, many people in the crowd wandered across the street to attend the grand opening of PG's Café, a salad bar. A longtime downtown business, Peter Gillham's Nutrition Center at 533 Cleveland St., has always focused on vitamins but is now expanding its offerings to include fresh organic juices, smoothies and build-your-own salads.

Weekend program on boating safety

The Clearwater Flotilla of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer the two-lesson program, "About Boating Safely," 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Clearwater Sailing Center, 1001 Gulf Blvd. Open to all ages. The $30 fee covers the cost of materials. Visit or call (727) 469-8895.


Public meeting set on aquatic center

In conjunction with the ongoing Dunedin Aquatic Center Feasibility Study, Dunedin is holding a meeting for public comments at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Hale Activity Center, 330 Douglas Ave. For information, call (727) 812-4531.

Tampa Bay

Food organization needs volunteers

Tampa Bay Harvest is an all-volunteer organization that collects food from restaurants, supermarkets and other sources to donate to food pantries and other local organizations that help feed the hungry. Volunteers are needed to transport food, help with coordinating and record keeping, and assist with food-collecting events. Call 538-7777, ext. 1.


A local massage therapist will host an all-day "Massage-A-Thon" on March 21 at Westfield Countryside mall to benefit a nonprofit group that trains guide dogs. An item in Thursday's regional editions gave an incorrect date.

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