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January 19, 2012 Charles LeBuff, a long-time Sanibel islander, signs a copy of his book J.N. more »»

Troupers Tale of Survival

January 19, 2012 Sanibel author Karen Richards enjoys a moment with Trouper, a blind raccoon that is the subject of a recent book by Kyle Miller, while visiting the Island Book Nook. more »»

Jazz Legend Richie Cole Joins Five By Design On Stage

January 19, 2012 Big Arts welcomes alto sax legend Richie Cole and critically-acclaimed musical group Five By Design in concert at 8 p.m. Jan. 28 in Schein Performance Hall, 900 Dunlop Road. more »»

Adaskin String Trio to Perform at Big Arts

January 19, 2012 The critically acclaimed Adaskin String Trio will perform in a classical concert at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 29 at Big Arts Schein Performance Hall, 900 Dunlop Road. more »»

Gardenia to have 'A Bubble Moment' on special cruise

January 12, 2012 She is a baker. She is an artist. She is the former owner of The Bubble Room restaurant in the heart of Captiva Island. Now, she is an author. more »»

Sappenfield to speak during Cultural Fest at Captiva Library

January 12, 2012 Charles Madison Sappenfield has simply been known as “Charlie” around the campus of Ball State University in Indiana. more »»

Island Jazz tunes up for 7th season

January 5, 2012 While jazz can be difficult to define, Tom Cooley feels the music that knows no boundaries is like oxygen. “I think everyone should have access to it,” Cooley said about jazz. more »»

Book Signing & Storytelling Sunset Cruise

January 5, 2012 Captiva Cruises will be hosting a special sunset and cocktail cruise featuring Katie Gardenia, original owner and creator of the world-famous Bubble Room restaurant on Captiva Island. more »»

The Heit of Performance

January 5, 2012 At any quality jazz concert, one should expect to hear a couple of important things that include: brilliant blasts from brass, the pulsing syncopation of a seasoned percussionist and rhythmic... more »»

A Sketch of the Islands

December 30, 2011 Sanibel and Captiva islands offer serene beauty, unspoiled beaches, abundant nature and loads of activities – all of which bring thousands of visitors to this paradise location each year. more »»

For Your Reading Pleasure

December 30, 2011 The Sanibel-Captiva Review, Volume 5, has been published and is now available for purchase at locations throughout Sanibel and Captiv. more »»

Island Book Nook to host author presentation

December 30, 2011 Carol Lincoln has published a children’s picture book about the crocodile that died on Sanibel two years ago. more »»

Florida cartoonist to sign copies of his latest release

December 23, 2011 Florida cartoonist Dave Horton will be signing copies of his latest release, “Welcome to Florida,from 11 a.m. To 1 p.m. Dec. 26 at Macintosh Bookstore, 2407 Periwinkle Way. more »»

Rusty Brown returns in 'Painted Women' performance

December 23, 2011 On Jan. 19 Rusty Brown, local Fort Myers feminist historian, will tell the true but little-known stories of the female subjects in famous portraits. more »»

First Fridays at the library

December 23, 2011 The popular “First Friday Stories for Grown Ups” will open its season Jan. 6 at the Sanibel Public Library. more »»

The Secret is Out and So Is the Cat

December 3, 2011 Sanibel author Karen Kirk Richards sits outside Toys Ahoy with Bruce Kiel, illustrator for both of her children's books. more »»

MacIntosh book shop hosts Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day

December 3, 2011 In the age of iPads and Kindles, bookstores are often taken for granted. An actual store with printed reading material can seem as antique as last week's Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. more »»

A Shark's Tooth

December 3, 2011 Brothers Eric and Peter Howard, visiting Sanibel Island from Redmond, Wash., Found this shark's tooth at the Gulf Pines beach during low tide. more »»

Captiva Cruises to resume tour to Pineland

December 3, 2011 Captiva Cruises’ newest expedition in its “Discover Southwest Florida History” tours will focus on the fishing cultures in Pine Island Sound; a story of fascinating characters and traditions. more »»



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