November 16, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

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PLAYWRIGHT/LYRICIST DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE ON THE CHALLENGES OF WRITING SHREK THE MUSICAL

OGRES ARE BIG BEASTS, UNCOUTH AND EXtremely anti-social. So when given the opportunity to write a musical about one, David Lindsay-Abaire grabbed it. “I love to say yes to things I’ve never done before,” he explains. More...

Florida Weekly columnist wins book award

Indigo Press’ latest release, “The Living Gulf Coast-A Nature Guide to Southwest Florida,” won the gold medal for Florida adult non-fiction at the annual awards ceremony of the Florida Publisher’s Association. More...

Season of Praise Concert Series returns to Shell Point

The Village Church at Shell Point Retirement Community has announced the roster for the 2011-2012 Season of Praise Concert Series. More...

Piecing together a free medical clinic

Patients at the fledgling medical clinic, located in an aging avocado-green office building in Lehigh Acres, aren’t asked to pay. More...

Business News

Cybersecure

Why every business needs a cyber security plan

CONSIDER THIS: THE SECOND YOU LOG ONTO the Internet, your business becomes a potential target for a cybercriminal. More...

Paul Mitchell the School opens in Fort Myers

The self-made billionaire John Paul DeJoria, of hair-care and tequila fame, arrived in South Fort Myers recently for the grand opening of one of his beauty school franchises. More...

The new science behind the games of baseball and investing

Besides being a great baseball movie, the newly released “Moneyball” allows analogies to investing. More...

Real Estate News

Santa Luz conducts food drive

The Santa Luz Coach Home community at Gateway, adjacent to the new Boston Red Sox spring training complex, is sponsoring a food drive during the month of November to benefit the Harry Chapin Food Bank. The event will run from through Nov. 23.  More...

Wooing Brazilian homebuyers

Representing the interests of the state’s real estate industry, a Florida Realtors delegation headed by 2011 President Patricia Fitzgerald was in Brazil recently to discuss real estate investment opportunities for Brazilians living or vacationi More...

The Terraces to begin construction in Bonita Springs

With more than 80 percent of its residences reserved, The Terraces at Bonita Springs has obtained bond financing to begin construction on the new $70 million senior living community. More...