Thanksgiving – Community Effort 'Feeds The 5,000'

December 7, 2016

Photo credit to Lamb of God Church. Feeding the 5,000 For the typical American family, Thanksgiving is all about taking it slow: Waiting for the…

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Estero’s Super Summer Reads

May 7, 2015

With snowbirds flying north and sunlight hours stretching, the pace of life seems to slow in Southwest Florida this time of year, leaving time for…

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Estero’s Silicon Valley – Sunset Coast Technology Consortium

April 7, 2015

You’ve just created an innovative app. Now what? That’s the dilemma for Florida Gulf Coast University computer science major Daniel D’Amato. On his quest to…

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The Art Of Estero

February 13, 2015

Painting by James Fox. During the lovely late winter days of Southwest Florida, opportunities abound for art enthusiasts. This month starts with the Bonita Springs…

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Ghosts Of Koreshan

January 1, 2015

No longer Estero’s best-kept secret, Koreshan State Historic Site bustles with activity each season, all with the goal of sharing the unique history of its…

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Estero Christmas

December 2, 2014

Photo credit to Estero Christmas Celebration. Lights, sights and sounds of Christmas will abound onstage at Estero’s only community Christmas production. Each year, more than…

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Rebuilding The ’Blades – Florida Everblades Hungry For Playoffs

November 5, 2014

On the heels of an underachieving 2013-14 season, the Florida Everblades are bringing fresh talent to the ice. It’s a younger, hungrier team – a…

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City’s Oldest Law Firm Celebrates 90 Years

October 1, 2014

Photo credit to Henderson Franklin | Attorneys at Law. Jim Franklin, Jr., and the venerable Fort Myers law firm bearing his family name were born…

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Wave Of Worship

September 1, 2014

Photo credit to Living Waters Church. As Living Waters Church surges into its new building at the former Albertsons grocery site in Estero this month,…

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New Horizons – Helping Kids Chart A Course For Success

August 14, 2014

When Juan Lopez was four years old, his family immigrated from Mexico to Bonita Springs and struggled to acclimate into a culture and language they…

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Student Athletes Building Eagles’ National Reputation

August 1, 2014

Photo credit to Brad Young / Eagle News. While basketball may have put Fort Myers on the map as Dunk City, Florida Gulf Coast University…

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kayaking along the estero river

Experience Estero – Historical Kayaking Along The Estero River

July 1, 2014

Photo credit to The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel. Shiny water beetles dance in the sunlight, skimming the water’s surface as my paddle slices…

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