Entries by LifeInNaples

Learn how to protect yourself in this Active Shooter Presentation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  For more information, contact:  Sally Wilson Avow Foundation (239) 430-3476  sally.wilson@avowcares.org   With terror evident in everyday life Avow Foundation to Host Active Shooter Presentation   Naples, Fla., (April 26, 2017), – The time is now to be ready when you are out and about, even in Naples. That’s why the Avow Foundation […]

Season ends for the snowbirds but begins for us locals – PLENTY TO DO!

Many of us remember when season ended and there was virtually no art activities to be enjoyed in our community. This has changed considerably – but admittedly April is not as busy as January. But there is still plenty to do – and the end of the month of April, the Stay in May Festival gears up offering events throughout our community. So […]

The Real “Reset” we need with Russia

by Congressman Francis Rooney A new plan of action is needed to respond to one of our greatest  geopolitical threats, Russia. Too often, the past Administration focused their Russia strategy on empty statements and the pressure of  sanctions in an attempt to “reset” U.S.-Russian relations, a position of weakness instead of strength. The first action the Obama […]

Naples Winter Wine Festival Ranks #1 Again on Wine Spectator’s List of Top Charity Wine Auctions

Naples, FL – March 21, 2017 – The Naples Winter Wine Festival has once again topped Wine Spectator Magazine’s list of the highest-earning charity wine auctions in the country, marking the 11th time the Festival has earned this illustrious title since its inception in 2001. This honor goes to the 2016 Festival, which raised nearly […]

Driving the ROUNDABOUT the Whys and Hows

Single lane roundabouts have come to Naples, and actually to all of Florida at the behest of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). These roundabouts differ considerably from the high-speed traffic circles that so many Neapolitans have encountered in the Northeast. Do you hate the idea? Statistics show that after one year, most of you who were against the installation of […]


by Michael Wiener, E.A. Recently the Federal Trade Commission reported that government documents/benefits is the most common form of reported identity theft. As a tax practitioner, identity theft continues to be an ever increasing problem for my clients. First of all the question is asked: What is identity theft? Identity theft occurs when someone uses […]