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Faces on Faith: Reasons, raisins and resurrection

April 4, 2018 Pastor Matt Fitzgerald once wrote about the year his daughter was in kindergarten. She and all her classmates in Sunday School were given plastic Easter eggs. more »»

Shell Shocked: Five Sanibel tourist hot spots

April 4, 2018 Sanibel is a true tourist hot spot. It offers treats for most visitors regardless of their interests. There’s something here for everyon. more »»

In The Garden: Fall in love with a native lovegrass

April 4, 2018 Elliott's lovegrass (Eragrostis elliottii) is a Florida-native ornamental grass that tolerates a wide range of conditions, but loves the sandy island soil. more »»

Poetic License: 'Flat Stanley on Sanibel'

April 4, 2018 I He is just a boy And a smart one at that He’s not tall or short Or skinny or fat, But everyone knows Wherever he’s at The whole world has changed Now that Stanley is flat. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Chilled Martini Orange Soufflé

April 4, 2018 An excellent easy-to-prepare dessert for everyone to enjoy, especially on a hot day. Working with gelatin can be intimidating, but if you follow the directions it will be effortless. more »»

Theater Notes: 'Cabaret' and 'Grounded': Brilliant double feature

April 4, 2018 Two Fort Myers theaters brought us two plays that I call “must sees” for your theater season. I know they were that for me. The first is “Cabaret” at the Florida Repertory Theatre. more »»

Faces on Faith: Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Tenebrae and Pascha

March 28, 2018 Words matter. Holy Week is upon us, and with it, Christians use many words to describe significant events of that final week of the earthly ministry of Jesus. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Rotary International classification talks take place for new members

March 28, 2018 First 7 a.m. meeting since the time change and a few of us were still feeling it. more »»

Island Realtors continue to focus on water quality efforts

March 28, 2018 Organized by the Everglades Coalition, the 2018 Everglades Coalition Conference took place from Jan. 11-14 in Stuart. more »»

Safe at Sea: Mayday! Fire on board!

March 28, 2018 Early one evening during the 1974 Bayview Mackinac Sailboat Race, 40 miles from the nearest land, our cook was preparing the evening meal when the alcohol stove fuel spilled out across the cooking... more »»

Shell Shocked: The shame of coprolalia

March 28, 2018 Are you familiar with the term “coprolalia”? It’s the involuntary use of obscene or derogatory word. more »»

In The Garden: A jewel for your landscape

March 28, 2018 Necklace pod (Sophora tomentosa) is a wonderful evergreen and flowering plant, which has a high tolerance for salt and low water requirements making it ideal for coastal island environments. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Crab and Corn Chowder with Sweet Corn Broth

March 28, 2018 This rich and creamy corn and crab chowder gets its delicious flavor from sweet corn stock and bacon. A perfect combination and a comforting addition to any meal. more »»

Poetic License: 'Jellyfish Float'

March 28, 2018 I love the way Hollis nursed the light from the breast of her brush onto her canvas: She’s whipped me into a shake of aqua greens and blues laced with splashes of vanilla and tropical tapioca, a... more »»

An ounce of prevention

March 7, 2018 Today, 19 children will die or receive emergency treatment for a gunshot wound in the United States and tomorrow, another 19 will. And then another 19 the next day. more »»

COTI urges resumption of full impact fees

March 2, 2018 With the current reduced impact fee schedule about to expire at the end of March, we urge the Board of County Commissioners to revert to full impact fees so that Lee County taxpayers are not require... more »»

Center 4 Life options: Some thoughts and questions

January 26, 2018 A casualty of Hurricane Irma was the cancellation of a city council public workshop to discuss options for the deteriorating Center 4 Life facility, previously known as the Sanibel Senior Center. more »»

On the Water: A very cold start to the new year

January 17, 2018 For the better part of the past week cold, weather shut down fishing. Strong north winds delivering the coldest temperatures we have seen in a few years made it pretty miserable on the water. more »»

Rotary Happenings: San-Cap Rotary helping to support neighborhood revitalization

January 17, 2018 There was a lot of energy in the room at the last Rotary Club meeting — don’t know if it was the weather outside or the blast of snowbird Rotarians returning for season. more »»

Faces on Faith: GOD’S mothering love

January 17, 2018 In l888, Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, first used the term Father-Mother to describe God. more »»



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