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Island merchants preserve history with wall art

October 14, 2014 When Alison and Blaine Dry began to renovate the building for their then new Cip’s Place cafe in 2010, they were surprised at the number one request. more »»

Rauschenberg exhibit to celebrate artist’s birthday

October 8, 2014 Florida SouthWestern State College and lead sponsor FineMark National Bank & Trust announce the first solo exhibition of world renowned artist Robert Rauschenberg since his memorial at the Bob... more »»

Teen describes her role in documentary, life in Sanibel

October 1, 2014 Despite her best efforts to remain in the background, Jessica Andrews has emerged in full public view. more »»

Ding photo contest draws wealth of talent

October 1, 2014 Point and shoot has a different connotation in Sanibel. Some 118 amateurs have turned in their work for the annual J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge photography contest. more »»

LIONS Club inaugural ‘Eye Ball’ scheduled for Nov. 7

September 24, 2014 For the first time ever, the Sanibel-Captiva LIONS Club, a non-profit organization, will be hosting an “Eye Ball. more »»

Galloway Captiva Tri huge in its fourth year

September 24, 2014 The Galloway Captiva Tri race Sept. 13-14 featured more than a 1,000 participants. The Saturday race was for youngsters, older athletes Sunday. more »»

Author’s visit coincides with Rauschenberg anniversary

September 24, 2014 The Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at Florida SouthWestern State College announces that Dave Hickey, perhaps the most highly-revered, widely-read and provocative writer addressing cultural issues today,... more »»

Women’s tennis returns to South Seas in November

September 24, 2014 Returning to Captiva this November will be the South Seas Island Resort Women’s Pro Classic $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit Event. The event runs Nov. 2-9. more »»

Office manager by day, pet advocate by night

September 5, 2014 They're wanted. But for different reasons than posters used to hang in federal buildings. Photos in the Sanibel Post Office these days are of pets needing a home, mostly cats lost or displaced. more »»

Sanibel researcher seeks answers to questions about rare bird

September 5, 2014 In a world of hyper-examination, it's hard to imagine wildlife that biologists know little abou. more »»

Islands fishing industry gears up for snook opening

September 5, 2014 Some say forget the Silver King. Snook season starts this week. Sanibel and Captiva's welcoming machine has been gearing up for the annual flood of snook anglers. more »»

Labor Day recognizes the efforts of workers

August 28, 2014 Monday is Labor Day. Since the late 19th century, Americans have paid tribute to workers. more »»

Exotic to classic expected at Sept. 1 car show

August 28, 2014 A young Scot Congress was so excited with a new family stationwagon that he spent the night curled up in the back seat. more »»

Captiva family collection will share island's colorful history

August 28, 2014 Captiva Island history will get a huge boost in documenting its colorful history with the release of photos and documents relating to Anthony "Andy" Rosse, owner of the former Andy's Pier who lived... more »»

Sanibel pilot's hobby is no flight of fancy

August 6, 2014 Eden Roshberg may be Sanibel's youngest secret. more »»

Sanibel museum ends its 30th season on Aug. 2

August 1, 2014 What better place to recognize a day of significance than the Sanibel Historical Museum & Village. The village that closes for a couple of months on Aug. 2 is concluding its thirtieth season. more »»

Sanibel artist noted for whimsy is getting popular

August 1, 2014 A Sanibel artist is gaining traction in a sometimes difficult and very competitive market. David Ruhe in Sanibel alone has sold some 30 original paintings, many others in Florida and the US. more »»

Hipschman appointed to Visit Florida committee

August 1, 2014 Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum Executive Director Dorrie Hipschman has been appointed to Visit Florida's Cultural, Heritage, Rural and Nature committee. more »»

White plans book tour kick off at Sanibel Doc Ford's

August 1, 2014 Sanibel author Randy Wayne White is releasing his new book "Haunted" on Aug. 19, with early book signings planned at the Sanibel Doc Ford's Aug. 17-18. more »»

 
 

 

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