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In the Garden: Starburst clerodendrum: bursting with blooms

April 13, 2017 Starburst clerodendrum (clerodendrum quadriloculare) is a beautiful flowering ornamental shrub that brings vibrant flower clusters and colorful foliage to any garden. more »»

Theater Notes: Two plays: One brilliant fluff and one totally real

April 13, 2017 The brutally real play was one I would have urged you to go see. Unfortunately, its run was too short, only two weekends, March 30 through April 1 and April 6-8. more »»

Poetic License: My Carmella

April 13, 2017 Prince Charming gave a royal ball So he could dance with Cinderella, But when he came to Palestine He danced all night with my Carmella. more »»

Living Sanibel: The bull shark

April 13, 2017 In recent years, the bull shark has replaced both the great white and the tiger shark as the most dangerous shark in the ocean. The reason is simple. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Captains for Clean Water quantifies water quality impact with numbers

April 13, 2017 “In an age when man has forgotten his origins and is blind even to his most essential needs for survival, water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifferen. more »»

Faces on Faith: When silence isn’t golden

April 13, 2017 When President Trump announced that the press was the enemy, it was a stunning moment for all of us who value truth. more »»

On the Water: Fish are on the move — and hungry

April 13, 2017 The first week of April brought warm weather allowing water temperatures to rise and remain well above 70 degrees all week. more »»

Shell Shocked: The white badge of courage

April 5, 2017 I was leaving a Sanibel restaurant the other day with a white bandage on my face. As I passed a nearby table another gentleman had a similar bandage on his face. He saw me and I saw him. more »»

Living Sanibel: The strangler fig is one of the most important plants in SW Florida

April 5, 2017 Considered by many botanists to be one of the most fascinating plants on earth, the strangler fig is also one of the most important plants in Southwest Florida. more »»

Poetic License: Making nothing happen

April 5, 2017 Poetry makes nothing happen… W.H. Auden Whatever their race, color, station or education — poetry makes nothing happen for most people and perishes easily from their Earth. more »»

Center Stage: ‘Cave’ runs through April 8 at Theatre Conspiracy

April 5, 2017 Whatever you do, do not miss Theatre Conspiracy’s latest offering, the world premiere of Jeff Lindsay’s powerful play, “Cave!” Playwright Jeff Lindsay is best known for his award-winning bestseller... more »»

Theater Notes: Courageous Theater: Anti-semitism and racism

April 5, 2017 I celebrate the brave and confronting live theater here in Southwest Florida. Two of the very best productions are “must sees” and on our stages right now. more »»

In the Garden: Miracle fruit

April 5, 2017 Miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum) is truly a miraculous plant with the amazing ability to actually transform your taste buds! Originating in West Africa, the berries from this plant have been... more »»

Rotary Happenings: Arts in Healthcare program alleviates stress for patients and family members

April 5, 2017 Hospitals are pretty much places where most of us want to spend as little time as possible. Hospitals serve a fixed purpose, but time spent there is usually stressful. more »»

The Waterman's Corner: Thoughts of watermen

April 5, 2017 A new column by Solutions To Avoid Red Tide (START) is making its debut today, which you will continue to see in future issues. A corner where the love of the sea will be share. more »»

On the Water: April’s a great month for outdoor enthusiasts

April 5, 2017 For the outdoor enthusiast, April is a month we all look forward to in Southwest Florida. more »»

Faces on Faith: Come to me all you who are weary

April 5, 2017 At a social event a few weeks ago, the topic of labyrinths arose in a conversation. more »»

In the Garden: Papaya tree

March 29, 2017 Spring is the time for this luscious fruit. The papaya tree is an exotic fruiting specimen that grows best in USDA zones 9 and 10. more »»

On the Water: Finally, spring arrives — let’s hope fishing improves

March 29, 2017 Consistently inconsistent I guess would be the proper way to describe fishing over the last full week of winter. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Donation made to ShelterBox USA

March 29, 2017 Club business was on the agenda this week with focus on Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Trust Fund’s on-going support of ShelterBox USA and Rotary International and Rotary District #6960 partnership project. more »»

 
 

 

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