January 13, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Modern sensibilities meet politically incorrect antiques

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Trying to be politically correct in the antiques and collectibles world is becoming more and more difficult. Watch out for endangered species discussions and laws. More...

Pints for Pathways to benefit Goodwill Pathways Program at Cape Coral Brewing Company

COMMUNITY

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Arts & Entertainment News

Big fat books

Area readers divided on whether larger volumes are worth their time

EVEN THOUGH SHE’S A VORACIOUS AND adventurous reader, former librarian Madeleine Plummer is debating whether she wants to read Garth Risk Hallberg’s “City on Fire,” touted by some as the next Great American Novel.  More...

Alliance Announces its fifth annual Artists Studio Tour lineup

Spend the day exploring artists’ studios on Saturday, Feb. 27, during the Alliance for the Arts’ fifth annual Artists’ Studio Tour. The day-long event allows art lovers to spend time with local artists in their studios and homes. More...

The holidays are over, but party season is just getting into full swing

THE DIVA DIARIES

There’s nothing worse than that super scary moment when you realize that you’re failing terribly at your new year’s resolutions, and it’s mostly because the holidays are STILL HAPPENING.  More...

Iron giants descend on downtown Fort Myers

As a large tarp was removed and the first Edgardo Carmona sculpture was unveiled on Bay Street in downtown Fort Myers on the morning of Jan. More...

Doll shows conjure the magic of childhood

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

I’m always amazed at the memories toys conjure up for so many people.  Remember “A Christmas Story”?  All Ralphie wanted was “a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200- shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock and More...

Lincoln aims two crossover at one goal

BEHIND THE WHEEL

This is one of the most interesting gambles in the luxury car game today. Lincoln has redesigned its MKX crossover to look just like its little brother MKC. More...

Business News

SELLER’S MARKET

The nuanced not-quite boom in Florida’s home real estate

Talk to the experts in Palm Beach or Naples or Fort Myers or even Punta Gorda, and you get variations on a theme.   More...

China ushers in a rough start to the year

MONEY & INVESTING

The first week of 2016 has not been a pleasant experience for equity or commodity investors, to put it mildly. More...

Real Estate News

New townhomes complete at Paseo:

Strong sales as community nears sell-out

Strong sales continued at Paseo in 2015 as the nine-time Community of the Year award winner nears both sell-out and build out. Stock sold 126 new homes at Paseo last year worth $42.9 million. More...

Cielo’s final phase under construction at The Colony Golf & Bay Club

The final phase of construction is underway in Cielo, a luxury neighborhood in The Colony Golf & Bay Club, WCI Communities’ Bonita Springs community. Cielo is currently more than 80 percent complete. More...

House Hunting:

554 Riviera Drive, Naples

On a tree-lined street in the Moorings community, this newly constructed, single story, southern-exposure home was penned by Stofft Cooney Architects and built by the Knauf Koenig Group. More...