September 10, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

24 hour festival at FGCU allows only one day for creativity

“What a difference a day makes / 24 little hours” — Dinah Washington   A LOT CAN HAPPEN IN 24 HOURS.  More...

Lab Theater goes Vaudeville for fundraiser

The Laboratory Theater will be producing a Vaudeville show, complete with many short comic acts, for its fundraiser at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.  More...

Reflecting on the lives of three extraordinary women in show business

THE DIVA DIARIES

The world, it seems, has gotten a little less bawdy, somewhat quieter, and definitely has lost a noticeable amount of sparkle this past summer.  More...

Subtly, autumn creeps in as gardeners prepare for growing season

Change is coming, a change that no election can alter, change that affects Republicans and Democrats alike.  Autumn is knocking softly on Southwest Florida doors, announcing its upcoming presence in subtle ways. More...

Business News

Paying in Cash

A wave of buyers who can afford to pay up front put the crimp on those who can’t

The traditional home mortgage has taken a back seat to cash sales in South Florida, more so than any other place in the country. More...

Investors’ worst enemies: themselves

MONEY & INVESTING

A frequent topic in this column is investor behavior as it is critical to investment success. More...

Student scholarships available for PR University

The Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association is accepting student scholarship applications for the 22nd annual PR University seminar “Climbing the PR Ladder,” to be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. More...

Real Estate News

What $250,000 will buy in SWFL

23371 Superior Ave., Port Charlotte This great-room design leads to a large, screened enclosure with paver decking, solar-heated pool and private fenced backyard with mature landscaping. More...

Move-in ready homes available in Canopy

Neal Communities’ Canopy community of single-family homes with lake and preserve views in Naples is 15 percent sold and has move-in-ready homes available. More...

At home just like Holly Golightly in an Upper East Side brownstone

What makes a perfect New York City pied-à-terre? It’s all about convenience of transportation and location to one’s work or being right in the thick of things where the action is. More...