“Born Yesterday,” a Tony-award winning play takes place in Washington DC in 1946. This comedy-drama is about a vulgar, crooked dealmaker who hires a reporter to teach his ditzy girlfriend some social graces and ends up learning some hard lessons about betrayal, love and politics. A play written by Garson Kanin, this story takes you back to the aftermath of World War II when Harry Brock (Joe Simonelli) and his girlfriend Billie Dawn (Jodee Bennett) were moving up in the […]
Attorney William Morris discusses Florida’s Motor Vehicle Repair Act, in his column, Law Matters.
Mershon Niesner addresses a question regarding the positivities to come from the COVID Pandemic, in her column, Ask the Life Coach.
Darcie Guerin answers more questions about COVID-19’s impact, in her column, Ask the CFP.
On October 25th, the Marco Church will be receiving a special visit from a special singer. Find out all the details here.
The Naples Botanical Garden presents the Steve Tobin Nature Underground exhibit. Get the full details about this new abstract art now at the gardens by reading further here.
On St. Francis Day, October 4th, we celebrated our furry friends—pets. Rev. Jessica and Rev. Kathy blessed ten dogs and one toy rabbit at the beginning of Sunday service. There were special treats for our four-pawed companions made from scratch by our youth group. The service was held in Parish Hall, and we welcomed the return of The No Exceptions […]
The Coastal Breeze News presents a memorial for a fallen husband.
See the latest sports report from the Coastal Breeze News as Scott Shook shares the latest victorys for Marco Island Academy’s Volleyball Team. Get the full story, along with photos from the match, here.
The Marco Island Center for the Arts is proud to announce that it is welcoming 6 Cuban-born artists as part of a culturally unique presentation titled “Here and There,” and more. Find out all the details by reading further here.