FOR THE REEFER
Attorney John Morgan -
JOHN MORGAN’S CHERUBIC FACE AND SOUTHern drawl in commercials advertising his law firm and its motto, “For the People,” are fixtures of life in Florida. Full Story
Ambitious rail plan will require big money, willing sellers
Without question, we’re mired way back in the 20th century.
Back when they slapped down suburbia way out in the woods, then bulldozed roadways to distant shopping, work and entertainment centers.
It was goodbye, downtown. Goodbye, walking to work — or to the store. And welcome, big brawny sprawling suburban piston-powered American future. Full Story
Dreamers carve out new niches
THE INNOVATIVE MIND NEVER STOPS. SOME Southwest Florida daydreamers willing to deviate from the norm are finding themselves rewarded with products and services they’re passionate about and sometimes, profit to go along with them. Here, we feature some notable thinkers who let their thoughts wander on their path to success. WooBamboo Full Story
State distributes $6 million in mortgage help
The Florida Housing Finance Corp. has distributed nearly $6 million in Hardest-Hit Fund Principal Reduction assistance. The agency’s staff continues to review applications for the program, which opened on Sept. 25 and closed one week later after receiving 25,000 applications statewide. Full Story
The Band PERRY
Just getting started with ‘Done’
KIMBERLY PERRY, group The Band Perry, sees more than a little symbolism in “Done,” the recent chart-topping single from the group’s current album, “Pioneer.” Full Story
American sandsculpting winners announced
Master sand sculptors from around the world hit Fort Myers Beach, producing some of the most impressive creations to date for the annual American Sandsculpting Championship & Beach Festival. Tens of thousands of guests attended the event. Winners were as follows: Advanced Amateur Competition Full Story