January 13, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Renaissance Academy lectures begin

The Renaissance Academy of Florida Gulf Coast University begins its winter/ spring History, Law & Government lectures with a presentation by Bernard Alpert, chief archaeologist at Tel Marisha, Israel, in conjunction with the Israeli Department of More...

Estero River Canoe & Kayak Regatta will raise funds for injured local man

The 17th annual Estero River Canoe & Kayak Regatta, part of the Florida Competition Paddlers’ Points Race Series, takes the plunge Sunday, Jan. 23, at Estero River Outfitters. More...

Grant will help seniors adopt older cats

For the Love of Cats on Marco Island, along with the Humane Society Naples and Domestic Animal Services of Collier County, have been awarded a $10,000 grant from Home Again, the microchip division of Shering Plough, to help senior citizens adopt seni More...

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Arts & Entertainment News

The ‘high wire’ of high notes

Tenor Anthony Kearns embraces the challenge of ‘Lucia Di Lammermoor’

ANTHONY KEARNS IS A CHARMER. More...

You’ll fall head over heels for ‘Sylvia’

It’s amazing how a little four-legged furry thing can change your life so drastically.  Dogs can win your heart, but they can also destroy your best pair of pumps… and possibly even your marriage.  This is what Greg and Kate d More...

Auditions set for Players’ production of Pulitzer Prize-winning drama

Auditions for The Naples Players’ production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Rabbit Hole” will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Sugden Community Theatre. More...

New theater company is all about the Bard

Debut set for Naples Botanical Garden

Many of William Shakespeare’s most memorable dramas are required reading for high school and college students pretty much everywhere.  But Shakespeare’s plays were meant to be performed, of course, not just read. More...

Seven Sisters grads plan Naples gathering

For the first time in Southwest Florida, graduates of the Seven Sisters colleges are planning a gathering. Alumnae of Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mt. More...

Gov. Scott signs orders targeting government accountability

Immediately after being sworn in as Florida’s 45th governor, Gov. Rick Scott signed executive orders to freeze regulations and require state agencies to verify legal immigration status. More...

Relay For Life goes to the dogs with first Bark For Life event

Dogs, their owners and supporting businesses will gather for the inaugural American Cancer Society “Bark For Life” from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, at Fleischmann Park. More...

Sign up early at Waterside Shops for Baby Basics annual challenge

Those who want to get a head start in the 2011 Baby Basics Biking and Walking Challenge are invited to sign up early during a special event at Waterside Shops from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. More...

Business News

Got art? A succession plan can help ensure that it maintains its value

Naples wealth management firm Legacy Family Office will present “Estate Planning: The Art of Wealth and the Wealth of Art” from 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, at Naples Bay Resort.  More...

Inspiring minds for change

The 2011 Imagine Solutions Conference

Would you like to join in a discussion of today’s most pressing issues with some of the greatest thinkers and doers in the country and 500 like-minded Southwest Florida leaders? More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Investment diversification

The good news is that most investors understand that one way of reducing investment risk is through diversification of investment assets. More...