December 4, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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An elfin milestone

Jason Parrish reflects on five years of ‘The Santaland Diaries’

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS COME IN ALL SIZES and shapes.  One of Jason Parrish’s includes doing a little striptease act in front of others, showing more than just a flash of boxer shorts decorated with images of scantily clad men.  He then More...

‘Rejectamenta’ juried exhibition opens Dec.6 at the Alliance for the Arts

For its December Juried Exhibition “Rejectamenta,” the Alliance for the Arts is asking artists to create new works out of “Things, matter or substances that have been rejected as useless or trash.” The show is a sequel to &ldq More...

The Diva learns a thing or two about being the fashionista

THE DIVA DIARIES

While holiday party season delights your Diva, she’s often found herself stymied by fashion challenges this time of year. More...

Two other Molloy cases

Putting them on notice: In the late 1990s in a central Florida prison, an inmate named John R. Edwards bit a guard in the face. At 28, Mr. Edwards was HIV positive, and the assault amounted to attempted murder. More...

2013 hurricane season quietest in decades

The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season that ended Nov. 30 was predicted to be an above average season with 13 to 20 named storms and three to six major hurricanes. More...

Business News

College retail

School logos are tied to products far and wide

SAN DIEGO, CALIF., SKATEBOARD MAKER Randy Koch first heard about Florida Gulf Coast University through its breakthrough basketball team in March. He also realized the school might be a good place to sell his boards.  More...

Obamacare’s likely economic consequences

MONEY & INVESTING

Only U.S. citizens living in a cave would be unaware of the massive problems in the rollout of Obamacare. Its delays, dislocations and confusions all translate into economic waste and added expense.  More...

Real Estate News

House Hunting:

4681 Via Roma, Bonita Springs

This meticulously maintained pool home is in the highly desired Las Palmas in The Colony at Pelican Landing. The two-story home with 3,569 square feet of living space features beautiful views of the lake, fountain and bridge.  More...

Lee County hosts free guided barrier island walks

Lee County Parks & Recreation will host free seasonal guided walks along the shoreline and back bay habitats of Matanzas Pass Preserve, Bowditch Point Park and Bunche Beach Preserve. More...