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Award-winning author takes a water journey at ‘Ding’ Darling lecture

January 7, 2015 In his new book “The Peace of Blue: Water Journeys,” award-winning nature writer Bill Belleville takes readers on a lyrical journey to the natural places in Florida and the Caribbean that have been... more »»

Year in Photos: 2014

December 31, 2014 Looking back, 2014 was a fun and historical year, important in the remembrance of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Charley, its impact and devastation, fun because so many good things happened i... more »»

Santa-bel volunteers share in the joy of giving

December 31, 2014 Santa got plenty of help this year from his friends and helpers in Sanibel and Captiva during the Santa Run on Dec. 23. more »»

Experience the ‘gentle giants’ of the sea

December 31, 2014 By BRIAN WIERIMA The marine wildlife is one of the top attractions to visit Southwest Florida and the manatee sits atop of that list in most peoples’ case. more »»

Voter drive anticipates March election

December 31, 2014 In anticipation of 2015 elections, the League of Women Voters of Sanibel is holding an annual voter registration drive. more »»

‘Under the Sea’ will be biggest fundraiser for Shell Museum

December 31, 2014 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspapers. more »»

Welcome the new year with a splash, other choices for a safe, fun holiday

December 31, 2014 Celebrating the new year in Sanibel and Captiva traditionally is a family affair, with beach bonfires and cookouts counted as the most popular activities. more »»

Sanctuary executive chef rated as one of the world's best, talks about his trade, food history

December 31, 2014 Daniel J. Scannell is one of 64 Master Chefs and has been granted Global Master Chef Certification from the World Association of Chefs Societies. more »»

McMenemy's tireless work at Sanibel School is appreciated by all

December 24, 2014 There were many consistent aspects put forth by Maureen McMenemy during her 27-year tenure at Sanibel School. more »»

Be safe when taking advantage of what the Gulf has to offer

December 24, 2014 Thousands of people flock to the Sanibel and Captiva Islands on an annual basis to experience the beauty and enjoyment the Gulf of Mexico provides. more »»

Autoshow part of Jan. 25 Community House Fun Fest

December 24, 2014 Organizers of a Jan. 25 event in Sanibel are putting out the call to island owners of exotic, fun and collectable vehicles. more »»

Islander was credited with originating talk radio, wrote classic Christmas film

December 24, 2014 Not many locals are aware that the author of a classic Christmas film lived out his days as an islande. more »»

Islanders busy this season making Christmas special for everyone

December 24, 2014 Santa Claus again has plenty of elves in Sanibel. more »»

Florida symphony has its roots in Sanibel, founder directs efforts to inclusiveness, music appreciation

December 24, 2014 The popular Gulf Coast Symphony begins its 20th season in January with a salute to icons in world music. The Rat Pack tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr. plays Jan. more »»

Santa stopover thrills kids at island preschool

December 24, 2014 Santa visited the Children’s Education Center of the Islands Dec. 17. The surprise stopover was part of a Holiday Concert that dates to the school’s founding in 1974. more »»

Make a connection with yourself through Yoga

December 24, 2014 There is a practice in which can shape your body, soul and mind - all at the same tim. more »»

Smash hit holiday spectacular

December 23, 2014 Without hesitation and any reservations, I urge you to get to the BIG ARTS Herb Strauss Theater to see the best Christmas revue you will have seen yet. more »»

Optimist Club’s benefit walk returns Dec. 20 to Bowman’s Beach

December 17, 2014 The third annual "Jingle Bell Walk with a Claus" is scheduled for Dec. 20 at Bowman's Beach in Sanibel. more »»

Sanibel Sea School’s goal is to improve the ocean’s future one person at a time

December 17, 2014 The Sanibel Sea School’s approach to teaching its students can be considered unorthodox, but how can it not be with the classroom being the Gulf of Mexico? That’s exactly how D. more »»

Planning takes its turn on Dark Skies

December 17, 2014 The Dark Skies ordinance’s next stop was to the Sanibel Planning Commission Tuesday, Dec. 9. more »»



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