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Poetic License: New York Minutes

September 14, 2012 9:37 AM, September 1, 2001, JFK Airport never mind nanoseconds we used to say there is no time in the universe like a New York minute for getting it done with speed and style never mind the... more »»

Faces on Faith: Time for repentance, atonement

September 14, 2012 The coming Jewish New Year, Ten Days of Repentance, and Day of Atonement (9/17 to 9/26), make me wonder about the link that my ancestors forged between creation on the Head of the Year and our... more »»

Shell Shocked: The Greatest Baseball Movie Ever Made

September 14, 2012 As an avid baseball fan, I’ve seen lots of movies about the sport.  There have been bio-epics about such legendary baseball icons as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Monty Stratton and Christy Mathewson. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Yellow Adler

September 14, 2012 Plant Subject: Yellow Alder (Turnera ulmifolia) First impression: Oodles of miniature buttercups cover this never ending sprawling plant. more »»

At the Captiva Library

September 14, 2012 King Larry: the Life and Ruins of a Billionaire Genius by James Scurlock “When globalization pioneer and reclusive billionaire Larry Hillblom disappeared in 1995, he left behind an international... more »»

Faces on Faith: Interfaith spirit exists on Sanibel

September 7, 2012 The year-round populations of Sanibel and Captiva don’t even reach 7,000 in number, yet despite their small size the islands are served by several faith communities. more »»

Living Sanibel: Four Mile Cover Ecological Preserve

August 24, 2012 A true natural treasure in the midst of the sprawling city of Cape Coral, Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve offers hikers as well as kayakers a welcome reprieve from the urban surrounding. more »»

Poetic License: Alligator in the Sky

August 24, 2012 Alligator in the Sky (Tainos were the pre-Columbian inhabitants of Puerto Rico and the West Indies. more »»

Shell Shocked: Are we being fired or downsized?

August 24, 2012 “We would like you to submit your resignation.” “Now why would I want to submit my resignation? I like it here.” “Well, if you don’t submit your resignation, we’re going to can you anyway. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Macadamia Nut Tree

August 24, 2012 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 »»

Living Sanibel: Snail Kite

August 10, 2012 In the early 1960s, this neo-tropical species had been reduced to a remnant population of a scarce 25 birds. The DDT ban and the restoration of apple snail habitat resulted in a dramatic rebound. more »»

Poetic License: Emails from Poetswife3

August 10, 2012 FROM: TO: cyberp@yenta. more »»

Shell Shocked: Sanibel Shelling -- next great Olympic sport

August 10, 2012 Now that the Olympics are just about over it's time to reflect on what might have been, how the games could be improved and how they would be of greater appeal to the residents of Sanibel. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: Golden Shower Tree

August 10, 2012 First impression: Delicate-cascading-exotic sunny yellow blooms that are hidden until you actually stand right under this gorgeous tropical trees canopy. more »»

Shell Shocked: How to Make Absentee Ballot Voting More Personal

August 3, 2012 I vote by absentee ballot because I’m not in Sanibel during voting time.  There’s something very impersonal about putting x’s on a piece of paper and sending it off in the mail to record your vote. more »»

Investing in pro, amateur sports good for Lee County

August 3, 2012 A recent local news story painted the picture of Lee County officials extravagantly spending taxpayer dollars to hold private parties in baseball stadium skyboxes. That is simply not the cas. more »»

Living Sanibel: Mound Key

August 3, 2012 Located in the heart of the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, Mound Key is the ancient home of the Calusa Indians and the highest point of land in Lee County. more »»

What's Blooming in Paradise: The Giant Crinum Lili

August 3, 2012 First impression: Exotic spider like shaped flowers in casein white petals. The blossom is supersized about the size of your fully extended hand. more »»

At the Captiva Library: Free Museum Passes

August 3, 2012 The Captiva Memorial Library now offers a Free Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples Pass for check-out by anyone who holds a valid Lee County Library System car. more »»

Bold leadership needed to protect Caloosahatchee and Everglades

July 27, 2012 The past six years, drought has seriously impacted Caloosahatchee water quality and devastated estuarine and freshwater habitats — habitats that are nurseries for protected species, recreational... more »»



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