June 15, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

Marilyn: forever blonde

For two hours on stage, Sunny Thompson becomes the pop icon

MARILYN MONROE WAS AN ENTICING BLEND of contradictions: sexy yet innocent, womanly but girlish, boldly glamorous yet vulnerable.  “The all-girl girl,” as performer Sunny Thompson describes her.  More...

Broadway Palm announces new season of musicals

Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre’s 2011 – 2012 season features classic shows celebrating America’s songbook as well as a few new favor- ites and family-friendly fare. Individual tickets are now on sale. More...

‘Robert Redford: The Biography’

By Michael Feeney Callan (Knopf, $28.95)

Dublin-based author, producer and director Michael Feeney Callan spent more than a decade researching the life of Robert Redford, and his meticulous research and obvious respect for the actor are evident in his new book.  More...

Residents come together to save The Y

Although the doors of the Bonita Springs YMCA are now locked and shut tight, supporters of the facility continue their fight to reopen the facility. More...

Business News

Uphill battle

Cycling to work can be a hassle, but more are enjoying the benefits

RIDING A BICYCLE TO WORK COULD EVENTUALLY reduce the cost of employee health care plans, make the environment cleaner, and control road congestion, advocates say. More...

Layered techniques can fight cyber fraud

By 2014, 15 percent of enterprises will adopt layered fraud prevention techniques for their internal systems to compensate for weaknesses inherent in using only authentication methods, according to Gartner Inc, a business information company with off More...

More problems with Credit Default Swaps

U.S. financial institutions, probably mostly U.S. banks, could be facing extremely large hits to their capital bases if the debt of Portugal, Ireland and Greece defaults.  More...

Real Estate News

Miromar Design Center celebrates the great outdoors

Today’s outdoor furniture brings the elegance of the indoors to the outside with no sacrifice of comfort or functionality. More...

Realtors push for impact fee drop

The board of directors for the Realtor Association of Greater Fort Myers and the Beach has voted to support a unanimous recommendation that came from its public policy committee concerning the need for Lee County to lower impact fees.  More...