Entries by LifeInNaples

Creating Time To Discover The New Year

Art and time are two undeniably valuable resources. Art enriches our lives. From the quality of our marketing to the intimacy of our living rooms, art brings depth and inspiration. Consider spending some valuable time engaging in art culture. For the past 60 years, the not-for-profit Naples Art Association has focused their time and resources […]

Naples Council On World Affairs Broadens Horizons

The Naples Council on World Affairs has been in business since 1981. It’s grown to an organization of more than 2400 members. The purpose is to bring the news and issues of world affairs to its membership, whose interest in world affairs foster their membership. The Council offers ten lectures each season every other Monday.The […]

Expanding Creative CAPAbilities

The Bayshore Cultural and Performing Arts Center (CAPA) mission is to provide a state-of-the-art cultural and performing arts center that showcases local visual and performing artists, thereby offering affordable and accessible educational, cultural and performance opportunities for the community. With community support, a dedicated group of Collier County citizens plans to fulfill this mission to […]

Let’s Face It

I am often asked what style is best for my face shape. The four face shapes are round, square, heart, and oval. However you must also consider other factors. Which are texture, features, skull shape, and density of hair? I would like to take the time to arm you with a little knowledge. There are […]

Goodlette Named Hodges University’s Humanitarian Of The Year

Recently, Hodges University announced that long-time Naples attorney and community leader J. Dudley Goodlette as its 2014 Humanitarian of the Year. The award will be presented during a luncheon event on Thursday, February 6, 2014, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples. “The Humanitarian of the Year Luncheon has become a highly anticipated, respected and celebrated […]

State Of The City

After 60 years of serving the community of River Park, Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church is in need of renovations. The building is much more than a place of worship for the community; it is a life blood for so many. The church is invested in the community and is a vital part of Naples’ rich […]

Chalk & Chowder

At first glance it’s hard to imagine either having anything to do with the other but dig a little deeper and they are found to have much in common. Chalk and chowder will be in abundance along 5th Ave South and Cambier Park on January 25th working their magic to raise funds for charity. The […]

Camelot Lost

Barnes & Noble at Waterside Shops is presenting an author event on Thursday January 23rd at 7:00pm. Clint Black is the author of Five Days in November an accounting of the tragic assassination of President John F. Kennedy  and the aftermath. What sets this book apart from the myriad that are already out on the subject? The iconic photo that […]

Jazz HOT !

It’s a beautiful day in Naples with moderate temps and sunny skies. After several days of up and down temperatures and gray, rainy weather today is our reward ! It is a picture perfect kind of day to spend outside and the perfect place is Cambier Park. Today’s musical sounds are that of  jazz by the Naples Dixeland […]