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Faces on Faith: This is a time for us to turn to our faith

April 14, 2020 We’ve all heard the expression, “the only constant in life is change.” And we’ve all experienced change many times. Sometimes the change is fairly minor and gentle in the way it takes place. more »»

Shell Shocked: Sanibel wildlife convenes emergency meeting

April 14, 2020 Sanibel wildlife were frantic and convened an emergency meeting. There was deep concern about the coronavirus and its effect on humans. more »»

In The Garden: Adonidia palm is easy and elegant

April 14, 2020 The Adonidia palm (Veitchia merrillii) is an ideal palm for a small entry or to put in a container on a pool deck or patio. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Zuppa Inglese (English Trifle)

April 14, 2020 The origin of the name of this dessert is quite a mystery. Zuppa Inglese translates into “English soup” in Italian. It is very popular in Bologna with every family having their own version. more »»

Poetic License: 'A Poem Every Day'

April 14, 2020 a poem every day keeps muse blues away, a poem every night makes everything right, a poem in an hour will really empower, a poem in a minute with a metaphor in it — prolix or prolific, boring or... more »»

Helpful safety tips, online resources regarding mailing needs

April 10, 2020 The Sanibel Post Office appreciates the efforts the residents of Sanibel are undertaking so that we can continue to maintain normal operations at our local post office during this trying time due to... more »»

Cells, the fundamental unit of life

April 7, 2020 (Editor's note: This is the second segment in a three-part series on viruses planned for publication. more »»

Anything to help those in need is greatly appreciated, needed

April 7, 2020 We all know that shelter is one of the requirements for survival. And in the words of the Florida Housing Coalition, “Housing is Healthcare. more »»

The cause of liberty

April 7, 2020 “Men born to freedom are naturally alert to repel invasion of their liberty by evil-minded rulers. more »»

Safe at Sea: Superstitions of sailors

April 7, 2020 Robert N. Macomber is a prolific Southwest Florida author and speaker who resides on Pine Island, where he grew up. more »»

Faces on Faith: Together — though apart — for the holidays

April 7, 2020 A few years ago, I began an Easter sermon talking about Vikings. more »»

Shell Shocked: James Joyce: The cure for coronavirus

April 7, 2020 We’re all stuck in our homes and trying hard to ease the boredom as best we can. more »»

In The Garden: Prickly pear cactus is like candy for tortoises

April 7, 2020 The prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.) is from the Cactaceae family and is native to Florida and the deserts of the American Southwest. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Steamed Red Snapper, with Salsa Verde

April 7, 2020 Health professionals consider steam cooking as the preferred method for cooking vegetables and fish. When food is cooked at a gentle temperature, there is very little loss of vitamins and minerals. more »»

Poetic License: 'Subways Were for Seeking'

April 7, 2020 Subways were for seeking where the sidewalk ended and subways were for descent into the mouth of station entrance and subways were for crawling under the turnstile and subways were for the stealth o... more »»

A viral primer

March 31, 2020 (Editor's note: This is the first segment in a three-part series on viruses planned for publication. more »»

Please Governor DeSantis, no victory lap

March 31, 2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis will soon sign what the Legislature, in an example of clever marketing, has labeled the “Clean Waterways Act” (Senate Bill 712). more »»

Safe at Sea: Safe and secure anchoring

March 31, 2020 (Editor's note: The following column is a reprint from the paper of June 13, 2018.) A few years ago I chartered a sailboat in the Caribbean. more »»

Faces on Faith: The unexpected

March 31, 2020 It was a Wednesday evening and my wife and I were driving home after choir and Bible Stud. more »»

Shell Shocked: Hunkering down

March 31, 2020 It was the worst of times. It was the worst of times. I need to differ publicly with Charles Dickens who started his famous novel “A Tale of Two Cities” with the line, “it was the best of times. more »»



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