It is often thought that if you have a Mac, you are safe from all bad things that can happen to PC users. Although the majority of viruses written are executable files (.exe files) that a Mac cannot open, todays attacks do not attack the hardware as much as they attack the person using it. […]
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Dr. Cheryl Malick, a Naples resident since 1985, celebrates 11 years of serving our community at Dental Excellence, her state-of-the-art office. An alumnae of Barron Collier High School and the University of Florida, she achieved undergraduate honors in engineering sciences with a minor in biomedical engineering prior to attending dental school. During her studies, Dr. […]
by Claudia Pozin Director of Development – Southwest Florida Classical South Florida – 88.7 The beginning of school in August, beginning of Friday football games, slowly gearing up for season – all make for a lot to do other than watch the weather. I decided years ago that the best way to deal with hurricane […]
Dear Artspert: My daughter and I just got back from visiting New York City and we saw lots of art galleries and art museums. But we have to admit, after seeing all that art, we are confused, what is the difference between modern art, postmodern art, and contemporary art? Signed, Contemplating Contemporary Art Dear Contemporary, […]
At Shula’s Steak House Naples we take pride in our ability to transform your favorite comfort foods into legendary recipes. Shula’s Crab Mac and Cheese is the perfect example of our commitment to culinary expertise and, as a result, has become one of our most requested side dishes. The addition of succulent Jumbo Lump Crab […]
by Jim Henderson President of William C. Huff Companies and national speaker for estate downsizing and lifestyle transitions Quite often people ask me what the difference is between a logistics provider and a moving company and, technically speaking, we’re logistics specialists. The key factors are experience and the range of services offered. By definition, logistics […]
by Joe Zednik More than 20 years ago, The Immokalee Foundation set out to help improve the future of Immokalee’s youth by providing them with opportunities to learn, grow and succeed. Today, the foundation’s impact is felt throughout the community as it continues its mission to build pathways to success for students involved with TIF […]
Over 200 people joined the Hodges University family to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, honoring the heroes who bravely fought in one of the most important battles in American history. Over a dozen local World War II veterans attended the solemn ceremony, which featured a speech and poem recitation by Oscar-winning narrator and longtime […]
With another school year just around the corner, many students are undoubtedly trying to make the most of their fleeting freedom while parents eagerly count down the days until school starts. But don’t get too carried away. For teens, this time of year is particularly risky and falls within the “100 Deadliest Days” for young […]
Although Thomas Alva Edison and local businessman Scott Relf were born more than a century apart, their lives are marked by several strikingly similar characteristics: Both chose to call South Florida home; both were mid-life entrepreneurs; and both had bright ideas for products and devices that influenced life throughout the world. As Relf reflects on […]