July 30, 2009 RSS feed / Top News

Florida Trust for Historic Preservation trustees coming to Naples for retreat

The Naples Historical Society this week hosts the board of trustees of the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation for the board's 2009 strategic planning retreat. More...

Ways to prevent elder abuse

Elder abuse manifests itself in many forms, including sexual, physical, emotional and self-neglect. One form that looms as a pervasive problem but that is not often regarded as elder abuse is financial exploitation. More...

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Arts & Entertainment News

I Love It When You Talk Retro

T HE AMERICAN LANGUAGE IS A RICH AND COLORFUL thing, full of strange words and T unusual phrases. More...

Dumbing down: Where will it stop?

In April, Ralph Keyes wrote an opinion piece that ran in Editor & Publisher, a trade magazine for journalists. Then all hell broke lose. He suggests journalists should stop using retrotalk, claiming it alienates young readers. More...

Teen troupe turns 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' into their scene

"Thoroughly Modern Millie," The Naples Players' summer musical blockbuster, continues in a new incarnation as the teens of KidzAct present "Thoroughly Modern Millie, Teen Version" Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. More...

Celebrate National Farmers Market Week on Third Street South

In celebration of National Farmers Market Week Aug. 2-8, the Third Street South Farmers Market will go above and beyond the usual colorful assortment of produce and products available from 7:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1. More...

MOMENTS IN TIME

. On July 30, 1976, singing star and radio personality Kate Smith makes her last public appearance. She sang her trademark number, "God Bless America," on a TV program honoring the U.S. Bicentennial. More...

Agency on aging seeks examples of intergenerational collaboration

The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida is looking for innovative groups, companies and individuals who are improving the lives of children, youth and older adults through intergenerational strategies, programs and public policies. More...

Business News

MAKE LOCAL BUSINESSES LOOK GOOD

Marketing professionals make business look good. They create the campaigns that bring in customers. They keep the media aware of their clients' innovations and good deeds. They design the advertisements that get results. More...

Naples man did more than think about his great idea

There probably isn't a person out there who hasn't watched an infomercial or caught something on QVC and thought, "I wish I'd thought of that!" Naples resident Tim Jackoboice really did think of something. Then he acted on it. More...