Growth in East Naples Leads to Growth at Physicians Regional

To Your Health Scott Lowe  The topic of “growth” seems to be all over the local news lately. In her most recent column in Coastal Breeze News, County Commissioner Donna Fiala provided additional detail on the large number of projects in the works and/or underway in East Naples. In short, we’re booming. As the Market CEO for Physicians Regional Healthcare […]

Of Major Importance

Coach Wayne’s Corner  Wayne Clark Every sport has its season ending championship series or game. In football it’s the Super Bowl, in baseball it’s the World Series, in hockey it’s the Stanley Cup, in soccer it’s the World Cup, etc. But the sport of tennis is somewhat different. Professional tennis is played on a year-round basis and does not have […]

Skill Development, Part II: Solid Contact

All Things Golf Todd Elliott In the last issue of Coastal Breeze News, my column Skill Development Part I gave readers an overview of why developing skills should be the main focus of a golfer’s plan to improve. Working on skills, and discovering certain techniques that help accomplish each skill, are the overall goals. Many skills were listed in my […]

Is That a Llama? Working in Grand Teton National Park

Rumination from the Rock and Beyond Jory Westberry Editors Note:  Please see other great articles on our national parks in our special edition. After I completed my undergraduate degree, I wanted to see our beautiful country so I headed off from the East Coast towards California with two friends. I remember thinking how HUGE and diverse it was, with pockets […]

Let’s Get Fiscal

Ask The CFP® Practitioner Darcie Guerin “I always avoid prophesying beforehand, because it is much better policy to prophesy after the event has taken place.”  ~ Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) Question: What is the difference between fiscal and monetary policy? Can you also explain the role of central banks, especially during these interesting economic times? Answer: Central banks exist to oversee […]

One Bedroom Beachfront Condos

CONDO REPORT Gary Elliott & Sandy Elliott Recently 13 one-bedroom beachfront condos were for sale, ranging in price from $289,000 to $489,900, at five condo buildings. These condos are located at the north and south ends of the beach in Sunset House North, Emerald Beach, Tradewinds, Admiralty House and Apollo. They range in size from 504 to 750 square feet. […]

Lab Created Diamonds and Wrist Tops

ALL THAT GLITTERS Richard Alan Call them what you will, manmade diamonds, created diamonds or even lab created, many of you reading this probably never even heard of such things, especially consumers who have not been in the market to buy diamonds in the last decade or so. Oh, I still get an occasional geriatric couple who have not been involved […]

10,000 Islands Fishing In October

FOLLOW THE FISH Capt. Pete Rapps October can prove to be one of the favorite months of year for many 10,000 Islands fishing enthusiasts. Although still a hot summer month, you can expect to see the regular rainstorms begin to taper off as the season begins to change. The daytime temperatures will average in the 87 degree range while the water […]

A Man Called Ove

BOOK REMARKS  Maggie Gust “Ove is fifty-nine. He drives a Saab.” Knowing his age is an important point in any man’s story. In Ove’s case, knowing that he drives and has always driven a Saab is essential in understanding him. One’s choice of vehicle reveals much about one’s character, in Ove’s mind. He evaluates others based upon their vehicle brand. When […]

Research is Cautiously Hopeful

Dimensions of Dementia Shirley Woolaway In my experience, most of us know someone with dementia, either a family member, a friend, or a neighbor. So, it is not surprising to learn that in Florida there are 510,000 people with Alzheimer’s in 2016, just one of the many dementia diseases, but the most common. That figure will rise to 720,000 by […]