Entries by LifeInNaples

Abstract Versus Non-Objective Art

by Juliana Meek and Kristine Meek Dear Artspert: My neighbor and I were talking on our morning walk about contemporary art and we can’t agree on whether there is a difference between ‘abstract art’ and ‘non-objective art’. Can you help explain the difference, if there is one? Signed, Objectively Abstract Dear Objectively, You and your […]

Moving to the Green Side

by Jim Henderson President of William C. Huff Companies and national speaker for estate downsizing and lifestyle transitions We hear a lot about the importance of “Going Green” but it may be more than the environment that we’re protecting. We may also be protecting memories and family histories by reusing furniture, art, glassware and other […]

Identity Theft Forum

When it comes to identity theft, no one is safe – not even children. Most adults are becoming more wary of identity theft: they check their credit rating every few months, scan their credit card activity on line, and shred their financial papers, but it rarely occurs to parents that their minor children’s identity must […]

Spinning from Jazz to Opera

by Claudia Pozin Director of Development – Southwest Florida Classical South Florida – 88.7 It was one year ago that I started encouraging you to explore all that the arts has to offer in Naples – hopefully you have found some new venues to explore. So let’s continue our exploration – you will note that […]

Honoring Philanthropists

Each year the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) pays tribute to individuals and organizations throughout the U.S.A. that have made a difference in our lives, our communities, and our world through philanthropy. The Everglades Chapter of AFP will honor its 2014 Philanthropists of the Year along with multiple volunteers and three additional award recipients on […]

A Veteran Friendly Institution – Hodges University

One visit to the campus and it becomes clear that Hodges University is a veteran friendly institution. It currently has 266 student veterans enrolled, representing over ten percent of the student population. The school prides itself on top quality customer service for all its students, especially for veterans who choose Hodges to fulfill their educational […]

The Enduring Gift

by Jill Ciccarelli Rapps, CFP® Financial Advisor Don’t spoil your children and grandchildren, help them on their way to financial security with a gift that will last a lifetime and beyond. A newborn baby may not be able to read the financial journals, but you can give them a head start by opening a savings […]