Entries by LifeInNaples

Mayor Honors Community Rabbi with Key to Naples

On January 19th, over four hundred friends and supporters of Chabad of Naples gathered at the Ritz Carlton to celebrate their rabbi’s 40th birthday celebration. Rabbi Fishel Zaklos has been a prominent member of the Naples’ community since establishing the Chabad Naples Jewish Community Center 17 years ago. The event reflected on his extensive contributions […]

Using Dry Shampoo? When? How?

by Erick Carter If you’re pressed for time, nothing can save the day better than dry shampoo, but only if used correctly!–Keep it off the scalp. Dry shampoo is to be applied to the roots NOT the scalp. Applying to the scalp can cause your head to become itchy. — Divide, apply, and repeat. Make […]

Frequently Asked Questions in the Kitchen

by Clay Cox Owner/President – Kitchens by Clay Kitchens by Clay has always had an open-door policy at our 4,000 square foot showroom and, as you might imagine, we get lots of folks stopping by with questions and comments about kitchens and more. I thought it might be fun to share some of the most […]

Equality vs. Equity

by Michelle Avola, Naples Pathways Coalition Equality is the belief that individuals are of equal value and that they should be treated impartially and fairly by society. Equality is definitely important, but I think equity takes it a step further and is truly what we need to make our community great. Look at the illustration […]

The Immokalee Foundation Changes Lives

by Noemi Y. Perez Through a range of educational programs and career-based initiatives, The Immokalee Foundation works to empower children and young adults and transform the course of their lives. Local residents are invited to get a firsthand look at those efforts – and the life-changing impact they have –by participating in an Immokalee Foundation […]

Seminole Seasons

by Tina Osceola Most people who move to Florida from anywhere north of the state line miss one thing… the changing seasons. They miss the leaves changing color and summer temps dropping in the Fall. For native people, changing seasons historically resulted in having to move in an effort to follow or find food and […]

The Bookbinder Saga: Inspirational

As a retired executive of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce, Mike Reagen remains wired to civic affairs. When I asked him recently for ideas for uplifting articles, he turned to his network of friends and contacts. One of the responses started like this: “I believe my husband and I have an amazing story to be told. He is totally blind, yet […]

Sheriff Rambosk Honored for Crash Reduction Program

The Florida Sheriff ’s Association has honored Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk for his effort and success in reducing traffic crashes involving deputies. Sheriff Rambosk received the Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Fund Leadership Award during the FSA winter  conference in Tampa. Sheriff Rambosk is a member of the Florida Sheriffs Risk Management (FSRMF) Board of Managers. Crashes involving CCSO deputies were down […]