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MEMOIRIST AUGUSTEN BURROUGHS TALKS WRITING

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Art Walk to feature ‘DOORS,’ Painting Out Loud, ‘Leviathan’

The next Fort Myers Art Walk is set for Friday, Nov. 5, in the downtown River District with several new art exhibits, followed by the expanded Saturday Art Fair on Nov. 6 in the Patio de Leon.   More...

‘Heart Transplant’

By Andrew Vachss and Frank Caruso, with Zak Mucha, LCSW (Dark Horse Books, $24.99)

Sean is a pudgy 9-year-old kid whose turbulent home life parallels the heartless bullying he faces daily at school. One afternoon, he returns home to find his neglectful, drunk mother and her boyfriend-of-the-month murdered. More...

Bonita-based refinery Algenol unveiled

With the opening of a 40,000-squarefoot research facility in southern Lee County, Algenol Biofuels took a key step in its development plan to eventually produce billions of gallons of ethanol.   More...

Voting day questions? Here are all of the amendments made easy

Some of the amendments on November’s ballot have been as contentious this election cycle as the races for office. Nevertheless, the amendments are often cited as a vexing part of the ballot for voters. More...

Business News

Selling Simplicity

The business of kayaking

Back when sex was safe, kayaking used to be dangerous, the old-timers say — but now everything’s changed. More...

Fuccillo Automotive Group plans to open Kia dealership in Cape Coral

Fuccillo Automotive Group, the largest automobile dealership in New York, is in the process of purchasing the former Saturn of Cape Coral building and lot at 404 N.E. Pine Island Road in Cape Coral. More...

Hunting for travel deals puts extra money in your pocket

Travel is expensive. Two critical and large items for which people have to manage and budget are airfare and hotel costs. The Internet efficiently delivers a multitude of pricing options for hotels and flights. More...

Real Estate News

Celebrity haunts: Top 10 homes once owned by the rich and famous

Could it be that Betty Grable and Dean Martin’s spirits live on in their old homes? Or that Grouch Marx still cracks jokes and Frank Sinatra still croons where they once lived?   More...

Grandezza Country Club sold

Klaas famliy buys it for $7 million

Stock Development has completed the sale of Grandézza Country Club to Ben, Brian and Dick Klaas. The $7 million purchase price included the 53,000-squarefoot clubhouse, the 18-hole championship golf course and the community information center. More...

Find out about ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate’

The Urban Land Institute-Southwest Florida and PricewaterhouseCoopers present “Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2011” from 8-10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, at Spanish Wells Country Club in Bonita Springs.   More...