Gulfshore Opera is celebrating the holidays with a Renaissance inspired Christmas concert in costume with a candlelight procession in Naples December 13th at the Salvation Army Church | Naples. This concert feature GO Divas, Gulfshore Opera’s newest, all female group comprised of six beautiful young ladies with degrees in classical voice. The GO Divas will […]
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Naples Philharmonic Classical and Pops Programming Added Andrey Boreyko and Jack Everly Return The Kingston Trio, Jodie DeSalvo and other presentations Artis—Naples announced today additional programming through March 15, 2021, including the return of Andrey Boreyko to conduct the Naples Philharmonic for two performances. All activities will continue to include safety protocols, social distancing and […]
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation issues a $200,000 community challenge grant to expand pediatric cancer treatment at the Naples Golisano Children’s Hospital Specialty Clinic The Clark Family Foundation also grants $100,000; community support is still needed The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation has issued a $200,000 challenge grant to build a pediatric hematology and […]
The Naples Players’ Trees & Teas Festival opens this Friday, December 4th and runs through December 19th in downtown Naples. The festival, held at the iconic Sugden Community Theatre on 5th Avenue South features over two dozen trees designed by local artists and themed to represent a variety of famous Broadway shows and musicals. Trees and themes […]
by Patrick Linn, MS, MSHAPI Executive Director, Collier Mosquito Control District Southwest Florida residents love the variety and color that bromeliads add to homes and landscapes. Did you know mosquitoes love bromeliads, too? The plant’s center tank and each leaf base hold water that presents a very safe and appealing habitat for them to lay […]
Being a doctor makes you a confidant to people. Over the years, I have seen elections come and go and people reacting to the political climate in various ways. Naturally, there is always a dichotomy: someone is rejoicing and someone is upset. What I have never seen before though, is the intensity of the negative emotions […]
Grab a Kayak and Paddle Rookery Bay’s “Shell Island Road Canoe and Paddle Trail”! Did you know there is a marked kayaking paddle trail right in Rookery Bay Research Reserve? The “Shell Island Road Canoe and Paddle Trail” is located in the Reserve just off Collier Blvd. on the way to Marco Island. In January […]
Approaching the holidays in our new normal is a reality that we did not imagine a year ago. We plan to celebrate differently but perhaps appreciate the holidays for their true meaning – no matter how you celebrate. Our community has historically been filled with holiday concerts – but this year there may be fewer […]
Have you been to the Third Street South Farmer’s Market? It’s open year round on Saturday mornings beginning at 7:30 and wrapping up at 11:30 a.m. This time of year, it is located on Third Street South, between Broad Ave. S. and 13th Ave. S., rather than the parking area located just north of 13th […]
by Jeff Lytle Students in the Naples area have yet another campus to consider for higher education. Keiser University is opening its new site in Florida on U.S. 41 East, after working from North Naples since 2018 when it took over Wolford College, which specialized in anesthesiology. That was the private, not-for-profit Keiser’s 21st location […]