November 30, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

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Business News

Golf on t uphsewing

Local courses buck the national trend

Golf, among the legions of industries affected by the economic recession, is on an upswing — at least in Southwest Florida. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

OMG, financial shorthand for U and your BFFs

Each year brings new financial innovations, phenomena, disasters, etc. Along with these changes come new words, acronyms and phrases to describe them. More...

Simple holiday design tips usher in the season

It’s not just about the presents and the mistletoe; holiday style is about enhancing your home and enjoying it with family and friends — and holiday entertaining and décor offers the perfect opportunity to let your lifestyle shine. More...

Real Estate News

Designing men and women

American Institute of Architects local chapter presents 2011 awards

The American Institute of Architects- Florida Southwest Chapter presented its 2011 design awards as part of the chapter’s recent conference at the Hotel Indigo in Fort Myers. More...

Sweating out the holidays on the job

From north to south, you’re seeing them now — those determined pinch hitters grateful to break a holiday sweat in pursuit of the almighty dollar. More...

SWFL prepares to welcome The Traveling Wall

The word Vietnam conjures up a swarm of emotions among every generation. This week, emotions run high with anticipation of the arrival of a national touring exhibit, “The Wall That Heals,” at Marco Island’s Veterans Memorial Park. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

THE CLASSIC ART OF MAKING NOISE

MARK CHAMBERS CREATES SOUNDS FOR ‘IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY’

WHEN “IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE Radio Play” opens at Florida Repertory Theatre, Mark Chambers will be playing the part of a car door slamming. More...

All categories open for Young Artist Awards

Actors, dancers and musicians vie for scholarships, prestige

Audition dates for the Young Artists Awards auditions have been set and registration for is now open to area students from throughout Southwest Florida ages 8-21. Savings bond scholarships totaling $25,000 and other prizes will be awarded this year. More...

Sherlock Holmes and the mystery of the missing drama

THEATER REVIEW

I know Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character, but at intermission at the Sugden Community Theatre recently, I was almost wishing for his assistance, because I was totally mystified how a cast and director so abundant with talent could produce such More...