COLLIER, LEE, AND CHARLOTTE COUNTIES PRODUCE MILLIONS OF TONS OF TRASH EVERY YEAR. SOLID WASTE FACILITIES KNOW JUST WHAT TO DO WITH IT
THERE ARE NO MOUNTAINS IN SOUTHwest Florida, unless you count mountains of trash: landfills that rise up to 13 stories above the ground. Here, an intimate and complete history of who we are is buried every day. Full Story
Black professionals create own networking niche
Lola Moore felt rather adrift when she and her late husband Al moved to Naples in 1999. Full Story
Hard to hire
Proposed laws try to make it easier for workers with bad credit, criminal histories
TWO OF THE MORE THAN 2,000 BILLS expected to be considered by the 2014 Florida Legislature could impact the way businesses hire employees. Full Story
MONEY & INVESTING
Federal government (and tax bills) keep on growing
A common complaint is that the size and scope of federal government agencies and departments are far too large — both bloated, on paths of unrestrained growth, and too large to be properly managed. Is this true? Full Story
The soul of a horse
Tony Award-winning ‘War Horse’ comes to the BB Mann
THEATER IS KNOWN FOR RISK-TAKING, BUT THE DECISION TO transform the novel “War Horse” by Michael Morpurgo into a play seemed especially audacious.
After all, the lead character is a horse named Joey who’s sold to the cavalry and becomes a war horse in World War I.
How could you adapt that to the stage? Full Story
Marco project puts a musical twist on ‘Frankenstein’
A church might seem like an unlikely setting for a production based on Frankenstein.
But the oft-portrayed celluloid monster is a far cry from the exploration of love and the human experience that are at the heart of “Frankenstein: A New Musical,” which is being staged this weekend at Marco Lutheran Church. Full Story