Entries by LifeInNaples

Beating Back Childhood Obesity

by Kaydee Tuff The son of migrant farm workers, 11-year-old Freddy Sanchez loves soccer but may never have had the chance to participate without the Salud Immokalee program. Created by Healthcare Network psychologist and FSU College of Medicine assistant professor Dr. Javier Rosado, this innovative program combats the nation’s number one childhood health concern – […]

The Language of Color

I feel the biggest problem with a visit to a salon is communication. This problem can leave a guest with undesirable results. This is especially true when it comes to hair color. So I would like to take the opportunity to share with you a bit of our language. The two factors that we will […]

Our Town – Presented by Naples Players

The Naples Players will present Our Town in Blackburn Hall November 27 through December 21, 2013. Set in the early 20th century in the fictional town of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, the play explores the beauty of love, marriage, family and the everyday moments that may be taken for granted. Known for its minimalistic use […]

Galleries of Crayton Cove

Crayton Cove has been an area of commerce and recreational activities for many decades in Old Naples. From its inception, the marine activity has been the “heartbeat” that has kept it going. Today, Crayton Cove has become a ”beehive of activity” in the Naples art world, with seven galleries currently calling this area their home. […]

Drug Free Collier Brings Good News

In today’s world, it can be easy to feel discouraged about the future. Heartbreaking headlines and negative images are commonplace. With this barrage of disappointing news, it is nice to be reminded that many of today’s youth are making great choices and encouraging their friends to do the same. At 11 schools across Collier County, […]

Breathing Easier – NCH Rehabe Center expands

Imagine you or a loved one not being able to breathe—a debilitating feeling that permeates every area of life. Respiratory diseases like COPD affect millions of Americans, can be acquired in multiple ways, and are not always self-inflicted. The NCH Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center is making a difference in the lives of those suffering with severe […]