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Rotary Happenings: Rotary learns of importance of mangroves

October 14, 2015 We are extremely lucky to have numerous opportunities on Sanibel and Captiva to learn about the environment that surrounds us. more »»

Faces on Faith: Homes - of the Heart and of the Soul

October 14, 2015 Two summers ago my husband and I took the Amtrak Auto Train to Washington, DC to visit family. more »»

Shell Shocked: The cat’s got your tongue

October 14, 2015 My 11-year old cat decided to speak to me after all these years. I was astonished, of course, as you would be too if real words came out of your own cat’s mouth instead of “meow. more »»

Living Sanibel: Dragonflies are one of the most adroit flying insects

October 14, 2015 At certain times of the year, especially in the spring and early summer, massive swarms of these aerial insects will appear in upland areas such as the Bailey Tract of “Ding” Darling Wildlife... more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Giant starfish flower known for little, or no leaves

October 14, 2015 Plant Subject: Giant Starfish Flower (Stapelia gigantea) First impression: Gynormous starfish shaped hairy blossoms that seem to be blooming from the ground, but they are attached to stems that are... more »»

Center Stage: Rock on with Broadway Palm’s national tour and 169th production of ‘Million Dollar Quartet’

October 14, 2015 If you don’t snap your fingers, tap your toes and shake, rattle and roll in your seat while watching the “Million Dollar Quartet” at the Palm , then you’re out of touch with having a “blast from the... more »»

At the Library: Women’s memoirs of emerging on the other side at the Captiva Memorial Library

October 14, 2015 “Ordinary Light” by Tracy K. Smith “The youngest of five children, Tracy K. Smith was raised with limitless affection and a firm belief in God by a stay-at-home mother and an engineer father. more »»

Poetic License: NRA Sermon on the Mount

October 14, 2015 Suffer the little children unto me They shall not suffer harm I will teach them how to read and shoot And never to disar. more »»

Shell Shocked: Sampling French wine

October 7, 2015 I wake up every night in a cold sweat. I keep dreaming about wine. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Magnolia produces lemony fragrance

October 7, 2015 Plant Subject: Southern Magnolia Tree (Magnolia grandiflora) First impression: Giant sized blossoms of silky creamy white petals the shape of an oversized gardenia. more »»

Living Sanibel: Tripletail once abundant, now rare catch

October 7, 2015 A primitive fish and the only member of its family, Lobotidae, the tripletail has some unusual habits, making it one of the easiest fish to catch in the Gulf of Mexico. more »»

Center Stage: ‘Second Chances the Thrift Shop Musical’ playing at Off Broadway Palm Theatre

October 7, 2015 The Off Broadway Palm Theatre and Dad Has A Project, blasted off the new Off Broadway Palm season with a world premiere of “Second Chances the Thrift Shop Musical” with Book Conceived and written by... more »»

Poetic License: Where was I on Oct. 3, 1951?

October 7, 2015 In the belly of the beast, 0200 Boylan Hall, the Social Lounge of Brooklyn College, the only New York Giant fan surrounded by more than a hundred Brooklyn Dodger fans cutting their classes to watch... more »»

At the Library: Fiction for fall weather at the Captiva Memorial Library

October 7, 2015 “Whatever Happened to Molly Bloom” by Jessica Stirling “This finely crafted historical mystery, using several recognizable characters and the famous setting from James Joyce’s Ulysses, marks an... more »»

Faces on Faith: Of Popes and traffic

October 7, 2015 The number one complaint on Sanibel last season was . . . traffic! Many days Periwinkle Way was literally bumper-to-bumper for several hours . I too joined in the grumbling. more »»

On the Water: Fish are active, hungry and on the move

October 7, 2015 October is a refreshing month for anglers in Southwest Florida. After a long, hot summer, we finally get relief with cooler days and lower humidity. more »»

On the Water: Fall fishing begins

September 30, 2015 With waters cooling down ever so slightly, fish are becoming more active throughout the day. more »»

Faces on Faith: A bit of a fit

September 30, 2015 With lots of travel in the car this summer, I found myself putting on a few pounds. Fast food seems to have a bit more fat! And soon I found…so did I. more »»

Shell Shocked: The 50-year confession

September 30, 2015 A Sanibel couple was celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Brazilian Sun Bromeliads add a splash of red to garden

September 30, 2015 Plant Subject: Brazilian Sun Bromeliad (Hohenbergia stellata) First impression: Striking, exotic, flaming red colored petals that resemble many exploding firecrackers on a super tall stem. more »»



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