October 31, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

Musicalmemoirs

Shawn Colvin, Heart and others put their stories in writing

MAYBE THEY SHOULD CALL IT THE MEMOIR TOUR. When Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin opens for Heart at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers on Friday, Nov. More...

WWII veteran, Holocaust survivor to open exhibit

BIG ARTS will host an ARTSalon on Project Tolerance at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, with Ella Nayor and Myra Roberts. Ms. Nayor, a Florida Weekly contributor and author of “Faces of Tolerance: Everyone Counts,” worked with Ms. More...

BEACH READING

‘Totally Mad: 60 Years of Humor, Satire, Stupidity and Stupidity’

Mad magazine was the brainchild of Bill Gaines, who inherited financially troubled Educational Comics after the death of his father. More...

A football fan’s simple guide for voting on amendments

We’re in the middle of the football season, which may or may not be fitting when Florida voters take a gander at their ballots for the upcoming election.  There are 11 — count ‘em – 11! More...

Business News

MONEY & INVESTING

The real reasons behind growing income inequality

The types of jobs created in the recovery (2009 to present) offer some critical reasons for heightened inequality between the wealthy and the middle class. More...

Stevens Construction wins Contractor of the Year again

Stevens Construction Inc. More...

Jennifer’s celebrates 30 years by supporting local charities

Jennifer’s is celebrating its 30th anniversary in Southwest Florida by giving back to the community. Charities will benefit from “Fashion Forward Fridays” at the women’s boutique from November through June.  More...

Real Estate News

Forum for innovation

Gulf Coast Venture Forum vets then bets on Florida’s brightest prospects

WANT recovery or look in a crystal ball to see the future?  Just have a quick glance at the Gulf Coast Venture Forum.  More...