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Bogie's Beach Bar has grand opening Friday in Pinellas Park

Pinellas Park

Party like a pirate at bar's grand opening

Bogie's Beach Bar is hosting its grand opening at 4 p.m. Friday at 9201 66th St. N. The establishment has a beach volleyball court and a second-story sun deck. Inside, the pirate ship decor includes captain's quarters and a statue of its resident pirate, Bogie. Expect plenty of car shows and bike nights. The menu includes fried pickles, buffalo shrimp, conch fritters, crab cakes and a black and blue sandwich with a blackened burger and lump of blue cheese.


Chamber to hear report on permitting

The Largo/Mid-Pinellas Chamber of Commerce will hear a progress report from the Largo city staff on recommendations the organization presented the city three years ago to streamline permitting and other requirements for businesses. The presentation will take place at 8 a.m. Feb. 16 during the chamber's Economic & Small Business Development Committee meeting at the chamber office, 151 Third St. NW. For information, call (727) 584-2321.

St. Pete Beach

Corey area group wants new members

The Corey Area Business Association is accepting new members. Business owners within the Corey Avenue/downtown St. Pete Beach area who would like to join should contact Kathi Hansen at Corey Corners, 350 Corey Ave., or call (727) 498-8778. Annual dues are $175.

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