C rayton Cove has beginnings stretching back to the early 1900’s when it was referred to as “The Back Bay”. It has been the home of numerous businesses over the years that have played a strong role in the early growth of Naples, and continues to be a charming commercial community where Naples’ history and […]
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The name Baccarat conjures up a rich legacy of exceptional glassware and crystal treasures. It represents the art de vivre for connoisseurs everywhere. To put this into perspective, it was King Louis XV who in 1775 authorized the establishment of a glassworks fabricating plant in the French village of Baccarat situated on the banks of […]
Exciting things are happening in the “Heart of Naples,” the US 41 – 10th Street – Goodlette-Frank Road corridor that extends from 5th Avenue South to 7th Avenue North. You may remember a previous article mentioning the opening of the new Robb & Stucky International showroom at 3rd Avenue South and US 41. They are […]
If you have a financial interest in or signature authority over a foreign financial account that exceed certain thresholds, the Bank Secrecy Act may require you to report the account yearly to the Internal Revenue Service by filing a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR). Under FBAR , United States persons are required […]
Read the January 2014 edition of Life In Naples Turn pages by moving your mouse across the corners or clicking the arrow buttons. View larger by clicking on the full screen button on the right hand corner, or clicking on the image below. Email to your friends with the envelope logo. Print pages with […]
Dear Artspert: We’ve just moved into a condo facing the beach and we love having the view and the sunlight, but worry about damaging our artwork that’s on paper (watercolors and pastels) and we don’t like the reflection. Is there anything we can do? Signed, Blinded by the light Dear Blinded, I have great […]
What better time than the New Year to capture a picture of yesteryear and the vision for tomorrow. How will you spend your leisure time? Will it be worry free? Leisure is often defined as freedom of time – consuming necessities, responsibilities, or activities. To be best enjoyed, we earn this right to leisure by […]
Gala of Dreams Many charity events happen outdoors, but the “Prelude to a Park” gala event is truly unique. Most charity events have close access to water and facilities like kitchens and building resources. The Gordon River Park gala taking place this spring has a tall order of logistics that would test even the most […]
I don’t know about you, but I have not set foot in a mall in years. With the ease of finding and purchasing objects online, I have cut the amount of time that I spend in stores to a few hours a month at most. Here are 10 ways to minimize your risk while shopping […]
If you recall in the December issue we discussed depth and tone, and left off with underlying contributing pigment. This month I would like to illustrate how all three interact. Underlying contributing pigment is what makes hair color complex. If all we had was a blank white canvas to apply the color on it would […]