January 19, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

Rauschenbergs from private collection on exhibit at Naples Museum of Art

Dr. John and Fran Fenning first met the pioneering artist Robert Rauschenberg in 1987. More...

COLOR QUEEN

Marylyn Dintenfass, the downtown parking garage public artist, exhibits at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery

(New York City/ty/y/September) — You think you knowoww color. You think you’veve seen color before. More...

‘Axis Sally: The American Voice of Nazi Germany’

By Richard Lucas (Casemate Publishers, $29.95)

After more than half a century, the big question about Mildred Gillars, also known as Axis Sally, is whether she was a genuine traitor or simply a naive American who did what she had to do when she found herself in Nazi Germany following the outbreak More...

After decades of outside ownership, a community buys itself

Mobile home parks often sit on land that developers eye for profit. Over the last decade, many were bought out to make room for buildings such as condos. More...

Old world charm, a short roadtrip away

America’s oldest city celebrates Florida’s history

Enjoy the Old World charm of the holidays at New World prices in the nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine. This oldest European settlement in North America has what the Spanish call “ambiente,” or atmospheric perfection.  More...

Business News

Jobbing into the future

The road ahead

Joe Paterno, the executive director of the nonprofit Workforce Development Board in Southwest Florida, is just like his second cousin, the other Joe Paterno. More...

New Wall Street reform law explained

FGCU hosts expert on boardshareholder relationships

The Institute for Responsible Corporate Governance at Florida Gulf Coast University welcomes Ken Daly, president and CEO of the National Association of Corporate Directors, to discuss the ramifications of the new Dodd- Frank legislation on American b More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Deficit problems reach critical mass

The cry of “Wolf!” in the fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” was intended to be an alarm to get the townspeople to prepare and protect themselves from oncoming danger. More...

Real Estate News

Miromar Lakes

named top community in the U.S.

Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club has won the 2011 National Association of Home Builders’ Gold Award for Community of the Year. This honor recognizes Miromar Lakes as the No. 1 residential community in the United States.  More...