July 1, 2017 RSS feed / Spotlight News

Tutor Corps students prepare for college with a shopping trip

Alexander Mateo pondered the wares in Walmart’s home section, trying to decide which bed-in-a-bag to choose. He was one of 25 Immokalee High School seniors, members of the Guadalupe Center Tutor Corps, who were shopping for college gear in May. More...

 

Health & Fitness

Spotlight Medical Directory

Dental  Anabel Natali, DMD Virginia Mazzeo, RDH Anamevys Alonso, DDS 19701 South Tamiami Tr. Estero, fhcswf.org 239-314-1630   More...

How healthy are sports and energy drinks?

Combined, sports and energy drinks are a large and growing beverage industry but they are significantly different products. More...

‘The Murph’ is a personal challenge and a salute to a hero

#Murph. If you or someone you know does CrossFit, then this message probably popped up on your Facebook Newsfeed a few times on Memorial Day. More...

Community

Stop by and look at the lookdown

I am the first to admit that I have a hard time remembering the name of every fish on display at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s Dalton Discovery Center. More...

Rising and falling water levels change habitats at Corkscrew Swamp

As a spring conservation intern at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, I see the changes to the landscape that occur almost daily when I am performing boardwalk closing duties. More...

Negative thinking affects your brain

Are you a person who tends to have predominantly negative thoughts? Do you see a glass half full or half empty? More...

Pop art? Family of balloon artists say it’s more like sculpture

Justin Perez learned to make “art with a twist” when he was 15. Since then, he has created balloon sculptures and costumes for festivals, parties, parades and corporate events. More...

Angelic Academy students are Triple Threat winners

Dancing, singing and acting their way through short performances taken from musicals such as “Grease,” students from the Angelic Academy of Dance and Fine Arts in Bonita Springs exhibit skills that will benefit them in many future ca­reer More...

Business & Real Estate

Kelly Chase Couture may have the perfect gown

Business Beat

Sparkling, full-length gowns fill display windows at Kelly Chase Couture in the Promenade at Bonita Bay, Suite 160. Entry to the flagship store that opened in 2013 is by appointment. More...

John Paeno, CGT Kayaks

Business Profile

Business owners in Southwest Florida are known for their civic engagement. The idea that the intersection of business and community is the key to success permeates entrepreneurs’ minds. More...

Arts & Entertainment

“Sister Act” is a fun night of theater

Opening night of “Sister Act” on June 29 was an off-Broadway success, with high-caliber acting, singing and choreography. The Naples Players performances, throughout July, are at Blackburn Hall at the Sugden Community Theater in Naples. More...

Arts & Entertainment CALENDAR

B: Bonita Springs E: Estero FM: Fort Myers N: Naples  July  3 Monday   More...

In a league of her own

Artist Spotlight

Every parent has heard the question coming from the back seat, “Are we there yet?”  More...

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Spotlight journeys to Dubai

Linda Allen took the Spotlight to the Arabian desert in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Spotlight enjoyed riding a camel, learning about the practice of falconry, and eating an Arabic dinner. More...

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Everglades Wonder Gardens presented with historic resource designation

The Everglades Wonder Gardens is a now designated historic resource of the City of Bonita Springs. More...

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Spotlight goes to SKY Family YMCA retirement party

Trish Leonard and Gary Price took the Spotlight to the retirement party for the SKY Family YMCA’s CEO Ken Modzelewski. More...

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