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Adam Bowers of Dunedin is shooting his second major independent film, "Paperback," in Gainesville this month. Credit: Screenshot from the "Paperback" Kickstarter page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adambowers/paperback-a-feature-film
Helen L. Maday September 7, 2013 at 11:21 pm
Good job Adam Bowers ... but it sure would be nice if you did your filming in & aroundRead More Dunedin!!!! ..... maybe next time???
Adam Bowers' next independent film is set in Florida.
Lil Barcaski August 8, 2013 at 08:53 am
How would we get a hold of Andy? I run Dunedin's only theater repertory company and lots of ourRead More guys are into film and have worked in film in many capacities. We would love to discuss the film with him and see if we can be of assistance. Lil Lil@GypsyStage.com
Katie Dolac August 8, 2013 at 09:06 am
Awesome, Lil! I'll be sure to pass your message along to him!
Nancy August 15, 2013 at 02:02 pm
Working with Mr. Bowers seems like the perfect opportunity for a local, experienced cinematographerRead More that I know. How might these two make contact?
David Yates, CEO of the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and Gov. Rick Scott talk about plans for Dolphin Tale 2. Credit: Jared Leone
Helen L. Maday July 27, 2013 at 04:33 pm
I'm soooooooo glad they're doing a Dolphin Tale sequel!! I loved the 1st movie & can't wait toRead More see this one. Hopefully, it too will help bring crowds & $$ to the help that wonderful Clearwater Marine Aquarium!!!!
Mickey Howard July 28, 2013 at 09:38 am
I'm also pleased about the sequel being filmed (I was "there" and involved in the filmingRead More of the first movie). However, I wanted to make an important clarification to Helen Maday's comment (above). As a volunteer at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, we answer this question for guests quite frequently: since CMA is a non-profit, we cannot accept ANY money from the profits of Dolphin Tale, or the upcoming Dolphin Tale 2. CMA exists solely on the admissions and donations of our guests. Even the construction of our recent and current expansion projects is solely from fund raising and donations (no admissions used for this). BUT, the success of the movie has resulted in a huge increase in the number of guests coming through CMA's doors, thus helping continue what we really do each day, which is serve as a true, working marine animal hospital!
The City of Dunedin Pipe Band needs help raising money for a new set of drums. Credit: Katie Dolac
Jean July 23, 2013 at 10:57 am
My husband and I are new to the area, but I sincerely hope that the citizens of Dunedin won't passRead More up this opportunity to support the Dunedin Pipe Band. As a member of the Scottish American Society I wholeheartedly believe this is a very important part of the culture here in Dunedin and it would be a shame to lose something so unique to this part of Florida. So I encourage anyone with even the slightest connection to Bonnie Scotland to keep this wonderful tradition alive in Dunedin!!! Jean Henry
Susan J Ausmus August 12, 2013 at 10:12 am
Where can I send a check for the Dunedin Pipe Band's Drum Set Fundraiser? Sue Ausmus
Photo Credit: Jennifer Auletta Lumm
Jennifer Auletta Lumm July 9, 2013 at 12:31 pm
Thank you for sharing our story!! We have a lot of work ahead of us this year and we can't do itRead More without community support! The Dunedin Patch is always there to help and we appreciate it!
Katie Dolac July 9, 2013 at 06:14 pm
Sure thing! Keep us updated and please, please feel free to add fundraising events to the calendarRead More whenever they pop up! It's an open invitation :)
A post-expansion rendering of Dunedin Fine Art Center. Courtesy: Dunedin Fine Art Center
Maryellen Farinas July 7, 2013 at 08:05 am
Here's a way to save the half a million in shortfall! Do we REALLY need this and how many of ourRead More citizens will it serve?
Credit: Dunedin Orange Festival Facebook Page
Katie Dolac June 24, 2013 at 06:19 pm
Thanks Steve! When we wrote the story, the Orange Festival website listed Dan Zucker, so that's whoRead More we reached out to. Please feel free to keep us updated on any planning developments. Post in our calendar here: http://dunedin.patch.com/events
Katie Dolac June 24, 2013 at 06:21 pm
Oh and in our announcements (this is a good spot to call out for volunteers or shout outRead More "thanks," or other up-to-the-minute changes or info) —> http://dunedin.patch.com/boards/announcements
Dan Zucker June 26, 2013 at 08:51 am
Hi Katie! I just wanted to set the record straight. James Souilliere is the Chairman for theRead More Orange Festival and is doing a fantastic job. I am a former Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. Gabriella Mulins is the current Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. Okay, now that all that is done we still need volunteers for the Orange Festival! Hope to see everyone there!
Bert Halle June 10, 2013 at 04:59 pm
With all this grant money available to the Art center along with their millions in an endowment,Read More maybe they should consider buying their building or move and build somewhere else like the Blue jays stadium. Why lease when you can own?
Sue June 10, 2013 at 06:47 pm
it seems to me that there are two commissioners that work for the Art Center...whenever there is aRead More vote about the Art Center, these two vote yes before the a proposel is even finished.