Marco, Goodland, Capri, EC & Naples

Fishing for Snook in ECFishing for Snook in EC

Growing Up EC

Savannah Oglesby writes about fishing for snook in her column, Growing Up Everglades City.

From Android to Guillotine to Quiche to Verbotin and Vergule | Collier’s Middle School Spelling Bee Competitors Expelled, I Mean, Excelled

Rumination From the Rock

Jory Westberry writes about the Collier County Spelling Bee in her column Ruminations From the Rock and Beyond.

The Isles of Capri = Fun? No, “<***!FUN!***>”

Rumination From the Rock

Jory Westberry talks about recent events on Islas of Capri in her column Ruminations From the Rock and Beyond.

Meeting Clyde Butcher

Growing Up Everglades City

Savannah Oglesby talks about meeting photographer Clyde Butcher in her column, Growing Up Everglades City.

Goodland Living: A Focus on Dawn Sharts

Goodland Life

Stacia Kellett tells readers about part time Goodland resident Dawn Sharts and her Aghamora Dairy Farm in Greenburgh, New York.

Pondering Civility, Decency and Education

Rumination From the Rock

In her column Rumination From the Rock and Beyond, Jory Westberry discusses civility and the book Dont, a little book of early American gentility.

All About Manatees

Growing Up EC

Learn all about manatees in Savannah Oglesby’s column, Growing Up Everglades City.

Big History at the Little Bar, Forty Years in the Making

Goodland Life

Little Bar Restaurant in Goodland, owned by Niki Bauer and Ray Bozicnik, is celebrating 40 years of business providing great food and entertainment.

Welcome Home, Tara O’Neill!

Goodland Life

Some say, “You can never go home again,” but that expression does not fly in our little town of Goodland. Goodland opens its arms for everyone, and opens its arms extra wide for our own Tara O’Neill, artist extraordinaire, who has decided to rebuild her home at 545 Coconut Avenue. Her yellow cottage was made famous as “Hurricane Irma’s Ground […]

When a Shoe Family Loses Its Footing, They Take New and Bigger Steps

Rumination


If you’ve lived in Naples for any length of time, you’ve either heard of, shopped at or seen Snyderman’s Shoes of Naples on Tamiami Trail N., across the parking lot from the Outback Steak House. The owners, Becky and Jim Joyce have a reputation for being generous and helping others, like Laces of Love, a Naples non-profit that turns their […]


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