November 26, 2009 RSS feed / Top News

Sweetbay Supermarkets says ‘C’mon’ to partnership with children’s museum

Sweetbay Supermarket is the newest corporate partner to join the Children’s Museum of Naples. With its $75,000 gift to C’mon, Sweetbay will receive naming rights to the mini-market tot lot in the museum’s produce market exhibit. More...

Stroll back in time on guided tour

Savor a taste of yesteryear by taking a 1-mile walking tour with a docent from the Naples Historical Society. Every Wednesday at 10 a.m., volunteer docents lead the tours that begin and end at the NHS’s Palm Cottage. More...

New name better reflects Immokalee agency’s mission

Immokalee Housing & Family Services is the new name for the organization previously known as Immokalee Non-profit Housing. The change was celebrated at a recent fundraiser at the Naples Yacht Club. More...

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS

Make a run for it on Thanksgiving Day     More...

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Arts & Entertainment News

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e Photographics look forward and back at Immokalee

“Images of Hope: Immokalee – Looking Forward, Looking Back,” an illuminated portrait of Immokalee and the people who live and work there, opens Tuesday, Dec. More...

Take your holiday shopping list to the Renaissance Fall Art Festival

Holiday shoppers looking for one-of-akind gifts won’t find them in stores. More...

Starting a new tradition: Thanksgiving from Hell

ARTS COMMENTARY

I’m thinking of starting a new Thanksgiving tradition.   Sure, Arlo Guthrie has his, performing “Alice’s Restaurant” every year. (All 2,974 verses of it.)   More...

Thousands in Immokalee will give thanks for dinner in the park

For most families, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on everything you’ve been given, and be grateful for all that you have. More...

MOMENTS IN TIME

. On Nov. 26, 1922, cartoonist Charles M. Schulz is born. In 1947, Schulz began drawing a comic strip for the St. Paul Pioneer Press called “L’il Folks,” featuring Charlie Brown and his gang of friends. More...

Seminar covers small claims court

The office of the Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court is holding a free seminar about filing a small claim from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, in the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning at Hodges University.   More...

Panelists, questions sought for meeting about drug abuse

Drug Free Collier invites members of the community to participate in a town hall meeting and panel discussion about substance abuse. More...

2010 Census seeks short-term workers

The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for job applicants to work for the 2010 Census. Peak hiring will be from February 2009 through the end of May 2010 for temporary assignments, most lasting five to 10 weeks. Positions require U.S. More...

GOLF EVENTS

Tee off with NFL legends in shootout for children’s charities     Golfers who want to compete in a round with a National Football League hero have to hurry for a spot at the tee. More...

Business News

Business without borders

Smartphones are one of the fastinggrowing fields of mobile technology. They’re relatively inexpensive, pocketsized, and have the computing power and storage capacity to perform a variety of small business operations from anywhere.   More...

Buffett has spoken, but what did he say?

On Nov. 3, the world may not have stopped spinning but it did slow down. In financial circles, heads turned, conversations paused and various forms of “Wows” were whispered... Not just in the U.S. but all over the world.   More...

BUSINESS MEETINGS

. The Executive Club of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce meets for breakfast with guest speaker John Felmy, chief economist of the American Petroleum Institute, at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, at the Country Club of Naples. More...