November 26, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

TIF points area students toward careers

Immokalee Middle School students already are thinking ahead to success in their careers as adults thanks to The Immokalee Foundation’s Career Development program, only one of the many effective programs funded by the recent TIF Charity Classic More...

Foundation grants assist in all areas of local need

The Community Foundation of Collier County distributed $2,032,793 in grants to 167 organizations between July 1 and Sept. 30 this year. More...

Overlooked life insurance policies may still be a significant asset for giving

SO YOU WANT TO BE A PHILANTHROPIST?

Sometimes whole or universal life insurance policies that people bought years ago no longer serve their original purpose and become forgotten. More...

Traffic deputies are on the road

Here’s where Collier County Sheriff’s Office traffic-enforcement deputies will be the week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4:  Monday, Nov. More...

GET OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE

¦ The annual Gobble Gobble 4-Miler to benefit St. Matthew’s House sets out at 7 a.m. Thursday, Nov. More...

T Michaels treats hundreds of veterans to dinner

Charles Ellis and Cynthia Ellis More...

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Arts & Entertainment News

From the lip

Kathleen Madigan looks straight ahead with her comedy

WHEN IT COMES TO STAND-UP COMICS, Kathleen Madigan is a superhero.  Disguised in casual clothes — typically jeans and a short leather jacket — her superpower is opening her mouth and totally disarming her listeners with observations More...

‘The Foreigner’ promises a world of laughs

The Naples Players present American playwright Larry Shue’s comedy “The Foreigner” Nov. 25-Dec. 20 at the Sugden Community Theatre. Dallas Dunnagan and Carole Fenstermacher direct the production.  More...

Valiant artist struggles to open U.S. doors for Hitler’s prey

FLORIDA WRITERS

B.A. More...

Kids say the darndest things in anticipation of Thanksgiving

It’s time again for kids to talk turkey with Florida Weekly. This year we visited Osceola Elementary School to find out just how much some youngsters know about Thanksgiving. More...

Changing lives through education, empowerment

PROFILES IN PARADISE

Immokalee is a community of the working poor, many of whom immigrated to find opportunity for themselves and their children. More...

Colliers pledge $4 million for FGCU scholarships

Barron and Dana Collier, supporters of Florida Gulf Coast University for two decades, have pledged $4 million to support scholarships for Collier County students. More...

The 2016 Genesis is a revolution designed to leave Hyundai behind

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Look closely at this sedan. There’s only one Hyundai badge on the rear, and everywhere else inside and out only carries large wingspan logos with the Genesis model name. More...

Frontpage editor will discuss the religion and politics of Islam

The Jewish Federation of Collier County and the Zionist Organization of America present Jamie Glazov, editor of Frontpage magazine, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 2, at the Chabad Jewish Center of Naples, 1789 Mandarin Road. More...

Community School of Naples honors those who served

SALUTING VETERANS ON THEIR DAY

1. Barry Keleher and Cooper Chur More...

An old-fashioned USO Show at The Naples Depot

Danny Klimoski of The Exit 101 Band More...

Here’s to ringing out 2015 — while there’s still some of it left

THE DIVA DIARIES

Wait? What?  It’s Thanksgiving?  Well, fine then — let’s just go ahead and call it New Year’s Eve. We’ll get some noisemakers, party hats and bubbly and ring in 2016. We may as well. More...

Business News

From battlefields to the business world

DVIC trains veterans for life after war

THIS STORY BEGINS WITH FOUR MEN AND women bearing two names: Trippe and Pender. More...

Obesity epidemic sparks investment recommendations

MONEY & INVESTING

Sometimes in life, you experience something profound in the most unlikely of places. Recently, for me, this occurred on the Carnival Sunshine cuise ship. More...