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Shell Shocked: Best things in life are free…or are they?

June 10, 2015 Remember the song that goes “the best things in life are free”? Maybe they were at the time of Adam and Eve but certainly not these day. more »»

Center Stage: Broadway Palm’s ‘Church Basement Ladies’ a hoot

June 10, 2015 Yup, they are baaack in their shelter from the storm, 10 feet underground in the basement, below the House of God, that wild and wonderful quartet also known as the “Church Basement Ladies. more »»

Living Sanibel: Butterflies flutter by

June 10, 2015 There are literally hundreds of books and thousands of scientific papers on butterflies. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Macadamia Nut Tree (Macadamia ssp.)

June 10, 2015 First Impression: Fuzzy, creamy flowers that remind me of slender bottle cleaners dripping from a petite tree. These flowers before the fruit are going to become everybody’s favorite snac. more »»

Poetic License: What’s not in a name

June 10, 2015 For José R. Pacheco They thought the name would do it. “Let’s call him Joseph, not Jose, the first Americano in the family, he will speak and read and write in English, he will be one of them. more »»

At the Library: Reading event to benefit CROW

June 10, 2015 Kids and Families! At 3 p.m. June 11 at the Captiva Memorial Library hear stories about Hero Horses and make paperbag horse puppet. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Rotary gets another visit from FSW officials

June 3, 2015 Seems like Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club and Florida SouthWest State College, formerly Edison College, have formed some type of relationshi. more »»

Faces on Faith: Thirty-five years and counting

June 3, 2015 Thirty-five years ago this week I was ordained as a Christian minister. June 1, 1980. It was the 25th anniversary of my father’s ordination. He was already serving student parishes when I was born. more »»

On the Water: Here comes summer — a great time for fishing, boating

June 3, 2015 Now that the Memorial Day holiday has passed we can look ahead to the unofficial beginning of summer, although it doesn’t begin on the calendar until June 21. more »»

Shell Shocked: Protecting the rights of false crawlers

June 3, 2015 Have you heard the startling news? Sea turtle nesting in Sanibel may set a record this year. more »»

Living Sanibel: Short happy life of the love bug

June 3, 2015 In its larval stage, the love bug is a beneficial insect that feeds in grassy areas on the dead vegetation found within the thatc. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: White Alder (Turnera subulata)

June 3, 2015 First impression: Oodles of miniature buttercups cover this never ending sprawling plant. more »»

Daylight is for Suckers Poem Noir

June 3, 2015 I am Voice Over and all I can tell you for sure is this: daylight is for suckers, for nameless girls by the pool, the body flying off the roof — waking up with amnesia; nighttime’s for the moonligh... more »»

At the Library: Summer scoop features CROW

June 3, 2015 At 3 p.m. (Tuesday) July 2 the Captiva Memorial Library will host a special summer reading kick-off program by CROW. more »»

Rotary Happenings: A Rotary road trip

May 27, 2015 Road trip for the Sanibel-Captiva Rotary last Friday morning.  Oh, we didn’t go far. more »»

Faces on Faith: An anti-aging pill

May 27, 2015 The February 23rd cover of Time magazine featured a baby with the headline: THIS BABY COULD LIVE TO BE l43 YEARS OLD. more »»

On the Water: An up and down week of fishing

May 27, 2015 With fishing, you just never know from day to day — some days the bite is good and others not so much. more »»

Shell Shocked: Standing up for the standing O

May 27, 2015 Doesn’t it send a chill up and down your spine when you are one of hundreds in an audience who rewards a performer or a speaker with a standing ovation? It’s a reward for jolting you into a level of... more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Apple blossom Cassia (Cassia javanica)

May 27, 2015 First impression: Super long flower clusters bursting with bubble gum pink, dark rosy pink, and cream colored flowers. They can be seen at the top of the canopy sticking out like wild hairs. more »»

Living Sanibel: Common nighthawk

May 27, 2015 Known for its incessant frog-like call while flying high above the canopy at dusk, the common nighthawk is a more common summer visitor than it is during the cooler and far less insect-rich months o... more »»



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