Entries by LifeInNaples

Straight Talk

In between your salon visits, you want to wash your hair, especially in hot, sticky weather. You have curly hair, frizzy hair, very wavy hair and are afraidto try to handle it by yourself. Here is the “straight talk.” You can do this: An oil treatment such as Deep Shine Oil by Rusk before showering […]


As the sun rose over the Agent Orange-defoliated demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas, 2nd Lt. Dave Wallace could just make out the midpoint of the now infamous Bridge of No Return through the thick fog. It was 1970 and Lt. Wallace is one of 13 officers and 200 enlisted men who oversaw onsite […]

Human Touch

The human need for touch, attachment, belonging and social proximity has long been known. Touch is the “mother of all senses” and develops in utero. Our skin is the largest of the human sense organs. The skin is the only organ related to the five senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch) and is essential […]


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Fish Better

Ask anyone what it means to fish better, and they’ll simply tell you it means to catch more fish. But that is not the case for this Florida-based company. Fish better is about creating a culture of responsible, conservation-minded anglers that are interested not only in catching fish, but protecting them and the habitats they […]


A summer filled with vibrant art, singing, acting and dancing awaits Southwest Florida’s brightest young artists ready to take the stage. This summer, Gulfshore Playhouse Education will engage students ages 6-18 with fun and imaginative productions and one-week programs in musical theatre, acting and Shakespeare. Led by Gulfshore Playhouse’s brilliant Director of Education, Hester Kamin, […]


Over the next few years students will be graduating from high school who weren’t even born when the 9-11 attacks occurred. It’s a sobering realization of how important the Freedom Memorial of Collier County is to Southwest Florida and the generations to come. Years ago, local leaders proposed the idea of forming a task force […]

American Red Cross

March is American Red Cross Month, a special time to recognize and thank Red Cross volunteers and donors who give of their time, talent and treasure to help members of the community. Florida’s Southern Gulf Chapter has a special reason this year to honor its dedicated group of volunteers who stepped up in their community’s […]