July 20, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

Youth Haven shelter needs school supplies

Youth Haven’s annual backpack and school supply drive runs through Aug. 10. More...

The Jaguar F-Type SVR convertible is cool even in the summer

BEHIND THE WHEEL

We’ve driven the coupe version of the Jaguar F-Type SVR a while back, but waited until the summertime to get our hands on the convertible. More...

Know where traffic deputies hit the road

Here’s where Collier County Sheriff’s Office deputies will be on traffic detail the week of July 24-28:  Monday, July 24  Collier and Davis boulevards: Redlight running  Shadowlawn Drive and Terrace Avenue: Aggressive drivi More...

The show will go on — even though she won’t be wearing pants

THE DIVA DIARIES

If you’ve followed this missive over the past few years, you may remember that every now and then, I’m susceptible to the theater bug and find myself drawn to the footlights, applause and minimum pay. More...

Special Sections

Arts & Entertainment News

Who is that guy?

Comedian Adam Ferrara is recognized, but some can’t put name to face

Adam Ferrara has never been the big, above-the-title star. More...

Ann Kidd Taylor’s debut novel features sharks, loss and love

Just call it the anti-“Jaws.”  Peter Benchley’s 1974 novel, “Jaws,” and the film it spawned a year later, made people terrified to go into the water, because they were scared of a shark attack.  The movie&rsquo More...

Nut case serial killer keeps trying to make it to the prom

FLORIDA WRITERS

This stunning, hyper-suspenseful mystery thriller, the third title in George A. Bernstein’s Detective Al Warner Suspense series, offers a psychotic serial killer and an intrepid Miami police detective. More...

A tribute to the Greatest Generation

The Southwest Florida Veterans Alliance hosts the eighth annual Spirit of ’45 weekend tribute Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12-13. More...

Guadalupe Center students step toward the new school year

To help ensure hundreds of Immokalee children start out the new school year on the right foot, the Guadalupe Center is hosting its 25th annual Back-to- School Shoes and School Supplies Drive. More...

Florida consumer sentiment rebounds upward in June

Consumer sentiment among Floridians rose 2.1 points in June to 96.4, changing course after two months of decline.  Among the five components that make up the index, four increased and one decreased.  More...

A NEAPOLITAN SALUTE TO THE FOURTH OF JULY

Keeping with tradition, the city of Naples’ Fourth of July Parade drew hundreds of patriotic participants and thousands of spectators of all ages along the streets of downtown. More...

CLUB NOTES

¦ The PCBUG computer and technology club invites all those interested in learning more about computers and mobile devices to meet at 5 p.m. Thursday, July 20, at Naples Regional Library, 650 Central Ave. For more information call J. More...

Business News

Markets create CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM

THIS WEEK, FLORIDA WEEKLY TAKES A verbal snapshot of the real estate markets on the southwest coast and in Palm Beach County. We asked two questions: How robust is the real estate market at present? More...

Catherine Fay finds clear skies over SWFL

A 1997 breakfast meeting with a prospective client turned into a life-changing event for the former Catherine Dutton. More...

FGCU seminar about hiring millennials, ESL classes for professionals

The Office of Continuing Education at Florida Gulf Coast University invites HR professionals, entrepreneurs and other business and organization leaders to a seminar titled “How to Attract and Keep Millennials in Today’s Work Environment&r More...