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SIX-HUNDRED-FORTY-TWO WORDS ABOUT GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorums sweater vest in the Los Angeles Times last week added refreshing levity and character insight, or was wasted space in the political debate, depending on your point of view. Meanwhile, the struggling economy loomed large over nuanced issues such as Medicare. BY EVAN WILLIAMSewilliams@ oridaweekly.com SEE MEDIA, A8 Journalists battle bias, deadlines and the need to attract an audience ELECTION COVERAGE PHOTOS BY R. GINO SANTA MARIA, CHRISTOPHER HALLORAN, RICH KOELE / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM / FLORIDA WEEKLY ILLUSTRATION On a mission to reach the most vulnerableBonnie McElveen-Hunter was honored that President George W. Bush appointed her as the first woman to serve as chairman of the American Red Cross board of governors in 2004. And then the Greensboro, N.C., resident got a full indoctrination into why the organization is important. Within her first month, four hurricanes (Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne) hit. Sixty days later, Southeast Asia experienced a tsunami. The next year, three hurricanes (Katrina, Rita and Wilma) led to the largest response in the organizations history. Ms. McElveen-Hunters experience with these disasters along with visits to Haiti, Ethiopia and Darfur reinforced her commitment, and she accepted a reappointment as chairman in 2007. She was also inspired to co-found theBY ROBIN DEMATTIAFlorida Weekly Correspondent SEE RED CROSS, A22 COURTESY PHOTOBonnie-McElveen-Hunter ROGER WILLIAMS A2 OPINION A4 PROFILE IN PARADISE A6 NONPROFIT NEWS A27 CLUB NOTES A30 HEALTHY LIVING A36 PETS A38 NETWORKING B9-10-11 REAL ESTATE B13 PUZZLES C11 ANTIQUES C16 VINO & CUISINE C34-35 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 INSIDE www.FloridaWeekly.com Vol. IV, No. 15 FREE WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Download our FREE App todayAvailable on the iTunes App Store. What a dealThe Bargain Box thrift shop celebrates its new home. A25 Thank you, Myra!The community expresses its appreciation for the founder of the Phil. C21 Mistress of the houseNaples actress lives her dream in Les Misrables. C1 The business of artCreativity can fuel the economy. B1 COVERING

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You know, like when a door slams suddenly and the guy across the room drops to the ground, pulls an M-16 out of his sock and blows away his grandmothers tea-cup collection, along with her kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining room and lanai because he thought it was not Jack. Not John. Not Janie, Jackie, or Germaine. No, sir. He thought it was..Charlie.Thats right, Tom Monaghan, one of the richest people in America. A flashback. Or something. Mr. Monaghan, now 74, is serving burgers in his new Naples hamburger joint, Gyrene (a euphemism for the Semper Fi crowd), while dressed in combat fatigues, like the employees. He calls them warriors for good.Lets review the patients history. This is Monaghan, the conservative Catholic philanthropist. Monaghan, a seeming Horatio Alger of The City of God, St. Augustines fifth century book comparing the heavenly city with the earthly city and insisting that Catholic war is just and you cant be free if you arent a Catholic. He calls his own particular city of God, Ave Maria. Monaghan, the hard-times foster-home kid who grew up to enlist in the Marine Corps before later making roughly a billion dollars by building a 6,000-franchise pizza empire called Dominos. Monaghan, one-time owner of the Detroit Tigers of fancy cars, fast jets, big splashy houses and a mid-list ranking among Americas 400 wealthiest individuals. Monaghan, Warren Buffetts friend (but maybe not anymore. Buffett horrified most of his rich friends by insisting last year that he and all of them should have to pay income tax at the same rate as other Americans at 35 percent, say, instead of 15 percent. After that, his social calendar probably dried up like a mud puddle in Death Valley). Monaghan, the man who reportedly spent hundreds of millions of his own dollars to help found and operate not just a Catholic university, but a Catholic town with a Catholic cathedral and a Catholic university in it, one in which he still serves as the Catholic chancellor. And why exactly did he locate his city of God way out in the farm fields of eastern Collier County near a Seminole Indian Casino? The answer is obvious, and it wasnt because a developer gave him 900 acres so the company could build his houses. I figure he did it to remind everyone that everything in the world is a gamble. Even including sanity. But how can you not admire the sheer energy and ambition all that must have taken? And heres Monaghan still going strong today, several years north of the three-score and ten that the Lord assigned in his full-span plan. The days of our years are threescore years and ten, Psalm 90 tells us in the King James Bible Cambridge edition, of course. You want really stuffy old white men telling you what God and his boys said if youre going to be told in the first place.And if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away.I dont think so, unless by fly away we mean mentally. Dont worry Grandma, its just Tommy. Hes flown away again. Hell run out of ammo pretty soon, but in the meantime, stay down.No, Mr. Monaghan sure isnt flying away anywhere, except to Gyrene, which opened a few weeks ago. There, only two items are served: the Classic and the Deluxe, both burgers and both for $5.99. As a former Marine, perhaps and certainly as an orthodox Catholic Mr. Monaghan has never been one for choice. Not for privates or lance corporals, not for women, not in what people should be allowed to learn and believe and read and think and do, and not for burger consumers. I get that. Choice just gets in the way of efficiency, like voting. SIR, THE PRIVATE REQUESTS PERMISSION TO ORDER A Heres your Classic, son. Now shut up and move out. NOW, NOT NEXT WEEK! The place serves no drinks, no sides, nothing else. It has no tables, although you can go in and pick up orders. And it delivers free, at a range of up to 2.3 clicks, or for you Gyrene novices, a mile and a half. The warriors for good will deliver orders on scooters within 15 minutes of the call, they say. Mr. Monaghans gung-ho business plan depends on simplicity, hustle, mustard, ketchup and cows, along with a rather unusual fashion etiquette for the service industry. The local paper quoted him optimistically suggesting that Gyrene could become a fastfood franchise dynasty at least the equal of Dominos, or greater. And what if he makes a lot of money, again another billion or so? Good works, he says. More for the university, for other Catholic causes, for veterans, for who knows what in the great battle between good and evil which is how Mr. Monaghan has characterized the world. He may not be all wrong. But when the great battle comes to Ninth Street South in upscale Naples, why wear combat fatigues to serve burgers? After all, St. Augustine himself never wore combat fatigues. Neither did St. Thomas or St. Francis or Mother Teresa. Only St. Puller wore fatigues, and he had special dispensation (Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Chesty Puller, winner of five Navy Crosses and the most highly decorated Marine in the history of the Corps). But Mr. Monaghan and his servers wear fatigues at least the old man did last week, a Neapolitan friend reports. I popped in, she wrote to me. All were in combat fatigues including the man himself, Big Tom. I froze and then exited. Stay low, Grandma, its Tommy. Hes flown away again.By the way, Mr. Monaghans combat-dress servers have to be able to run a mile in 10 minutes, they have to trot from their scooters to the door when they deliver an order, and they have to salute customers. They learn how to hustle and salute like that at what Mr. Monaghan calls hamburger boot camp. Apparently, militarized fast-food hamburgers are Gods work. COMMENTARY TomMonaghanmustbehavingaflashT h i m o h rogerWILLIAMS rwilliams@floridaweekly.com

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA4 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 PublisherShelley Lundslund@floridaweekly.comEditorCindy Piercecpierce@floridaweekly.com Reporters & ColumnistsLois Bolin Bill Cornwell Karen Feldman Artis Henderson Jim McCracken Jeannette Showalter Nancy Stetson Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren Bernadette La Paglia David Michael Marla Ottenstein Charlie McDonald Bob RaymondCopy EditorCathy CottrillPresentation EditorEric Raddatz eraddatz@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersPaul Heinrich Natalie Zellers Nick Bear Hannah Arnone Chris AndruskiewiczCirculation ManagerPenny Kennedy pkennedy@floridaweekly.comCirculationDavid Anderson Paul Neumann Greg TretwoldAccount ExecutivesNicole Ryan nryan@floridaweekly.com Cori Higgins chiggins@floridaweekly.com Aron Hubers ahubers@floridaweekly.com Sales and Marketing AssistantSandi HughesBusiness Office ManagerKelli CaricoPublished by Florida Media Group LLCPason Gaddis pgaddis@floridaweekly.com Jeffrey Cull jcull@floridaweekly.com Jim Dickerson jdickerson@floridaweekly.com Street Address: Naples Florida Weekly 9051 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 202 Naples, Florida 34108 Phone 239.325.1960 Fax: 239.325.1964 Subscriptions:Copyright: The contents of the Florida Weekly are copyright 2011 by Florida Media Group, LLC. No portion may be reproduced without the express written consent of Florida Media Group, LLC.Call 239.325.1960 or visit us on the web at www.floridaweekly.com and click on subscribe today.One-year mailed subscriptions: $31.95 in-county$52.95 in-state $59.95 out-of-state Guantanamo at 10: The prisoner and the prosecutorTen years ago, Omar Deghayes and Morris Davis would have struck anyone as an odd pair. While they have never met, they now share a profound connection, cemented through their time at the notorious U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Deghayes was a prisoner there. Air Force Col. Morris Davis was chief prosecutor of the military commissions there from 2005 to 2007. Deghayes was arrested in Pakistan and handed over to the U.S. military. He told me: There was a payment made for every person who was handed to the Americans. ... We were chained, head covered, then sent to Bagram [Afghanistan] we were tortured in Bagram and then from Bagram to Guantanamo. At Guantanamo, Deghayes, one of close to 800 men who have been sent there since January 2002, received the standard treatment: People were subjected to beatings, daily fear ... without being convicted of any crime. While Deghayes and his fellow inmates were suffering in their cages, the Bush administration was erecting a controversial legal framework to prosecute the Guantanamo prisoners. It labeled those rounded up enemy combatants, argued they had no protections under the U.S. Constitution, nor under the Geneva Conventions, no rights whatsoever. Guantanamo became a legal black hole. When I asked Col. Davis if he felt that torture was used at Guantanamo, he said: I dont think theres any doubt. I would say that there was torture. Susan Crawford, a Dick Cheney protegee, said there was torture. John McCain has said waterboarding was torture, and weve admitted weve waterboarded. There have been at least five judges in federal court and military courts that have said detainees were tortured. Chained, kept in cages in orange jumpsuits, subjected to harsh interrogations and humiliations, with their Muslim faith vilified, the prisoners at Guantanamo began to fight back, through the time-honored tradition of nonviolent noncooperation. They began a hunger strike. In response, examples were made of Deghayes and the other protesters. He recalled: After beating me in the cell, they dragged me outside, and then one of the guards, while another officer was standing, observing what was happening, (tried) to gouge my eyes out. ... I lost sight in both of my eyes. Slowly, I regained my sight in one of the eyes. The other eye has completely gotten worse. And they went to do the same thing to the next cell and the next cell and next cell ... to frighten everyone else from campaigning or from objecting to any policies. Deghayes now has sight in one eye. His right eye remains shut. After his release from Guantanamo, he was sent back to Britain. He is suing the British government for its collaboration in his imprisonment and torture. Col. Morris Davis, disgusted with the military tribunal process, resigned his position in 2007, and in 2008 retired from the military. He went to work at the Congressional Research Service. After penning an opinion piece critical of the Obama administrations embrace of the military tribunals, which was published in The Wall Street Journal in 2009, Davis was fired. Deghayes notes that the hundreds of men who have left Guantanamo this past decade have been released because of pressure on governments from grassroots campaigning. That is why more than 350 separate protests were held this week, on Guantanamos 10th anniversary. One hundred seventy-one men remain imprisoned there, more than half of whom have been cleared for release, but languish nevertheless. To make matters worse, in what Col. Davis called a complete act of cowardice, President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act, giving the U.S. government the power to detain anyone, without charge, for an indefinite period of time. Davis explained that it is not a dramatic departure from what the policy has been for the last few years, but now its law. One could imagine an Occupy Guantanamo movement, but that would be redundant: The United States has occupied Guantanamo since 1903. Since the U.S. has maintained a crushing embargo against Cuba for more than half a century, presumably because it doesnt like Cuban policies, youd think the U.S. would exhibit model behavior on its little slice of Cuba. It does just the opposite. Which is why grass-roots movements are so important. With the U.S. presidential race heating up, be assured that the Republican and Democratic parties see eye to eye on Guantanamo. Denis Moynihan contributed research to this column. Amy Goodman is the host of Democracy Now!, a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on more than 900 stations in North America. She is the author of Breaking the Sound Barrier, recently released in paperback and now a New York Times best-seller. richLOWRYSpecial to Florida Weekly OPINION The unsatisfying Mitt Romney w C t w a h c amyGOODMANSpecial to Florida Weekly Mitt Romney has one advantage over his rivals above all others: He is running a presidential campaign. None of his competitors has been able to manage it in quite the same way. A Romney rally in Exeter, N.H., was a textbook exercise in traditional presidential politics. The venue was big, a high-school gym. The advance work was flawless. The American flag backdrop was enormous. The three generations of the Romney family arrayed in front of it were so picturesque that they might have arrived straight from a photo shoot for a Tommy Hilfiger advertisement. When so many commentators have said that, with anti-establishment sentiment running so high, everything is different in Republican presidential politics, Romney has been the old-school candidate. He hews to the familiar instruction manual with a pharisaical devotion. Raise scads of money and build a national organization. Always stay on message and evaluate every move with an eye to the general election. Win endorsements. Take apart opponents precisely to the extent necessary, no more, no less. As Philip Klein of The Washington Examiner has observed, Romney has been the only guy to show up for the job interview wearing a suit. He hasnt been on a book tour masquerading as a presidential campaign (Herman Cain). He hasnt banked everything on the debates (Newt Gingrich), or showed up unprepared (Rick Perry). He hasnt bet on his performance in just one state (Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman). Anyone who has won a presidential nomination during the past 30 years would recognize what Romney is doing and why. Romneys campaign is all technique and no music. His speech in Exeter was schmaltz piled on top of saccharin in a perfect storm of substanceless sentimentality. First, he said he believed in America. Then, he said he loved America. And in conclusion, he quoted verses from America the Beautiful. In Romneys case, patriotism is the first refuge of a politician who doesnt dare say anything new or interesting. Neither of those will ever be a quality associated with Romney. He continues to excel in debates by routinely coming up with answers that feel as though they were produced by a crack marketing team for maximum unassailability. His stumbles are so rare that they become as noticeable as the tiny wobbles of an Olympic skater trying to nail a triple Lutz. Challenged over the weekend on why he didnt run for re-election as Massachusetts governor in 2006, he said he went back into business, even though he was already running for president when he left the governors mansion. Romney wanted to hang on to the scripted presentation of himself as a businessman above all else plausibility be damned. It was a small falsity that stood for larger worries about his genuineness. Very few politicians have what it takes to follow the old rules with the proficiency of a Mitt Romney. It takes brains, discipline and managerial skill. But people have trouble warming up to the (almost) flawlessly executing candidate from a flawlessly executing machine. The Romney campaign notwithstanding, theres no rule against inspiring people. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. COURTESY PHOTORomney

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA6 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Just over one year ago, Gov. Rick Scott won election on one promise: to fix Floridas broken economy and get our state back to work. Ive known the governor since long before he decided to run for elective office. Hes been a frequent guest on my show, and what Ive learned about him is that he is methodical in how he pursues his goals. His mantra is simple and straightforward. He writes down his objectives and the intermediate steps required to accomplish them. Every morning he checks his list and relentlessly works to cross off everyting on it. The concept is at once obvious and simple. And he has perfected the technique and been successful in business as a result. Hes using that same technique to fulfill his campaign promise of fixing Floridas economy. As governor, he has focused every day on bringing jobs to Florida by eliminating job-killing regulation, holding government accountable and making sure Florida has the best-educated workforce. And the numbers show that his methodical pursuit of those goals is starting to move our state in the right direction. Since January 2011, Florida has gained 134,800 private-sector jobs, while shrinking government payrolls. For every public-sector job lost last year, Florida is averaging more than nine new private-sector jobs. This past Novembers unemployment rate was the lowest we have seen in 31 months, and since December 2010, our unemployment rate has dropped 2 percentage points. One of the major items on Gov. Scotts master task list last year was reducing the tax burden by delivering $210 million in property tax cuts, meaning more money for families and businesses and eliminating taxes for almost half of the Florida businesses required to pay the business income tax. This means more business owners have more money to create private sector jobs. The governor has also held government accountable by vetoing what might be a record $615 million from the state budget. He has eliminated red tape by consolidating multiple agencies into the Department of Economic Opportunity, and he removed an unnecessary layer of oversight by eliminating the Department of Community Affairs. Minutes after being sworn into office, Gov. Scott signed executive orders to begin reviewing all regulations to ensure the least possible burden to business and job creation. So far, he has identified roughly 1,100 unnecessary regulations for repeal. A second executive order implemented policy to check the legal immigration status of all new state employees. Working with the legislature, he has reduced spending by more than $2 billion, closed a $3.4 billion budget gap and delivered on his promise to get rid of the taxpayer-funded state airplanes. But his task list was much longer than that. He has led the fight to require drug testing for welfare recipients, a common-sense measure for which he has been sued by the ACLU and is now defending in the courts. This year, with the 2012 legislative session set to begin, the governor has announced three additions to his to-do list: Pass a job creation package; Keep car insurance costs down by passing PIP insurance reform; and Pump more than $1 billion in new state funds into K-12 education. I wouldnt bet against him. Bob Harden is the producer and host of The Bob Harden Show, airing from 7-8 a.m. weekdays at www.bobharden.com. The show is archived for listeners convenience. PROFILES IN PARADISEChampioning the methodical governor Something thats been on your mind: How to get Floridians to brag more about our great state. Something your mother was always right about: Follow the golden rule. What makes you laugh: My wife, Ann, when she says something funny. Last book you read: How to Win Friends and In uence People, by Dale Carnegie. What are you most proud of? My family High school job: Grocery store clerk Favorite thing about the Paradise Coast: Sunshine added to the people. What I miss about the Paradise Coast when Im away: My daughter, son-in-law, grandson and my friends. Talking points with Gov. Rick Scott 1 s e j F m p bobHARDEN e-mail: bob@bobharden.com

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA8 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Reporters navigate a forest of information surrounding the 2012 presidential contest. And as the primary season began, newsrooms were staffed overtime to bring some or all of it to readers, viewers and listeners. Ill be here at my desk into the night, until theres a winner in New Hampshire, said Tampa Bay Times politics editor Amy Hollyfield, as she edited incoming stories recently. The GOP campaigns along with scores of reporters will soon focus on the Florida primary set for Tuesday, Jan. 31. Its crucial for the candidates, now and in the general election. Florida is ultimately the most competitive of the top five most populous states for candidates, said Ron Elving, senior Washington editor for National Public Radio. And the 10 media markets here are more expensive to advertise in than most states, giving candidates with the biggest war chest an even more significant advantage. There are myriad other factors at play in the process, as well. Florida Weekly spoke with some of the biggest newsroom decisionmakers in the country and state, to explore how the media covers the race, taking into account journalists natural biases. Reporters who are trained to be objective should also be more than just stenographers, and inevitably that includes some subjective judgments, explains Richard Stevenson, political editor for The New York Times. Others take a more critical view of that venerable company. Jane Sturges wont read it, instead favoring The Wall Street Journal. They hire people with a bias because the publishers are Democrats. Its too bad but thats the way it is, said Ms. Sturges, Republican state committeewoman and manager of the Republican headquarters in Port Charlotte. On the other, hand Stephen Hemping, chair of the Democratic Party of Collier County, says The Journal is not as objective as hed like it to be since the more right-leaning Rupert Murdoch bought it. The criticisms dont end there. Media, and television in particular, tends to like that horse race format, said Jim Nolan, chair of the Democratic executive committee in Charlotte County. He finds the news coverage, as well as candidates repetitive talking points made in an effort to stay on message, tiresome. I religiously watch the (PBS) Newshour because they dont have candidates on, he said. I understand talking points but after weeks or months, Im tired of hearing the same things. With so many sources of news, and so many places to hear different versions, the Internets popularity has transformed coverage for just about every media outlet in existence. The New York Times Mr. Richardson wrote in 2008 that the political blog, The Caucus, is at the core of the newspapers political coverage. Many cite the 1960 contest between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy as a time that marks the beginning of modern campaigns, with seemingly made-for-TV candidates often being the most successful. Joan Didion, in her classic 1988 essay, Insider Baseball, suggested political campaigns and televised conventions were more showbiz than anything else maybe a quaint notion today. I showed (my students) the Nixon-Kennedy debates, said Phyllis Ershowsky, a principal at PKE Marketing & PR Solutions, and adjunct professor at FGCU at times during the last four years, as an expert in media communications. Nixon looked very nervous. He didnt want any makeup so he looked very shiny. You always kind of talk about that historically, but I showed it to my PR strategy students and they really understood the impact the media could have visually. And with so much information racing over the airwaves and drifting in the glow of a computer screen and inked onto real paper, there are plenty of chances to gloss over the nuance of individual political feeling in favor of broad-stroke terms such as liberal and conservative. That can be misleading, Mr. Hemping says. Im a fiscal conservative and a social moderate. How do you pigeonhole a guy like me? Fort Myers resident Marilyn Stout, like Mr. Hemping, describes herself as a fiscal conservative and a social moderate, and unlike him is a registered Republican, the past-president of the Fort Myers Republican Womens Club. The first time I voted was for John Kennedy, she said. I stood in line. It was cold in Michigan. You can imagine in November it was nasty weather. And I stood in line to go in and place my first vote. Later, concerned about the amount of money being spent on social programs, she switched her party affiliation to Republican and voted for Ronald Reagan. In general, I watch Fox, Bill OReilly, etc., Ms. Stout admits. Thats just our taste. My husband controls the remote; and I dont watch very much television, to be honest. As far as the written goes, thats kind of a mixed bag. When it comes to the electronic media, said Wichita State University Political Science Professor Melvin A. Kahn, I think they favor the sensation, the underdog. For example Obama got far more coverage than Hillary did (in the 2008 Democratic primaries). He also describes the power of print media, in particular, as being on the decline. The media can help to further the definition of a candidate in terms of how they want to interpret it, but in terms of endorsement have far less impact. (For example), The Union Leader (in Manchester, N.H.) used to be pretty much the voice of conservatism in New Hampshire and carried a lot of weight. Theyre the paper of record of New Hampshire, and (even though they endorsed him, Newt) Gingrich was only able to get 10 percent (of the primary vote). At 81, Professor Kahn is a selfdescribed partisan Democrat who graduated from the University of Florida in 1952, later completing post-doctoral studies at Princeton University. Not all developments since then please him. Todays campaign finance laws make a mockery of Democracy, in his view. Hes disappointed in President Obamas performance, as well as the quality of the entire field of GOP candidates compared to yesteryear. And he is wont to grumble good-naturedly about his son, a wealthy conservative. He still seems to relish talking and thinking about politics, though, in spite of its seedier aspects, the big money or broken promises. My wife is very jaded and cynical and I just sort of accept it, he said. But I like the excitement of it all.Q&AFlorida Weekly asked similar questions last week of editors or directors of news organizations that follow the race, including the Tampa Bay Times, Waterman Broadcasting, National Public Radio, and The New York Times. The questions and interviews have been condensed and edited for space. Heres a quick introduction to those interviewed: Amy Holly eld is the government and politics editor for the Tampa Bay Times (formerly the St. Petersburg Times). She oversees state and national coverage as well as PolitiFact. com., the Timess fact-checking website, which won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for coverage of the 2008 election. Darrel Lieze-Adams is the executive news director and manager of promotions for Waterman Broadcasting (NBC-2 and ABC-7), covering Southwest Florida. He has been with the company since 1997. Ron Elving is the senior Washington editor for National Public Radio, directing coverage of the capitol and national politics. He was previously the political editor for USA Today and for Congressional Quarterly. Richard W. Stevenson is the political editor for The New York Times, overseeing the Web and print operations. He started with the paper in 1985 as a business reporter. in the know 1. How are you going to cover Florida for the GOP primary and for the general election, and will your coverage strategy be different this year than it was four years ago, or, for example, when George Bush won the presidency against Al Gore in 2000? Amy Hollyfield. Its different just in that since the 2008 election weve formed a partnership with the Miami-Herald, and were partnering with PolitiFact... When the candidates are here in Florida well definitely strive to be with them wherever they are. Thatll be true now and for the general election as well. I can tell you weve been working on this race for more than a year, so with each (candidate) weve tried to do a good profile and introduce them to our readers, give them a sense of what the campaigning is like in their state. Darrel Lieze-Adams. As candidates come to Florida weve been covering that. People have switched parties to be able to vote in the primary election We have covered a lot of stories like that. And day of the primaries the minute we start getting results well have them in the evening. Well probably crawl them across the bottom of the screen and let people know who the winner of the GOP primary is. Thats what we do with the general election, too, based on results coming in. Ron Elving. I dont know that anything could ever reproduce Florida in 2000. We did not see that the election would last five additional weeks In 2004 we spent more time on Florida, and the mechanics of the voting systems there. So in 2008 and this time I think the primary interest in Florida will be not so much voting problems, but which way the vote will go, (and) the tremendous significance of Florida being the third most populous state. Of the top say five states, Florida is the most competitive. Florida is the one in the top five that could go either way. If Marco Rubio (R-Miami) should happen to be the running mate, which I think is a pretty good prospect, that would increase the interest in Florida also (Well have) something in the category of a dozen journalists (in Florida to cover the primary.) Richard Stevenson. Its hard to answer that question because we wont really know until the South Carolina primary is over and we have a sense of how the field is and the dynamics of the race. Primary campaigns really change from state to state and in this case in a fairly substantial way. (For instance), how (Mitt) Romney emerges in a really commanding position or if Romney is badly bruised. Its hard to plan in any specific way. The general answer is we will cover it thoroughly and aggressively in the same way we cover all the other states that play key positions.2. Many have suggested that the medias coverage of major political contests has become rote and ineffective, a habitual rather than resourceful exercise. Is that true? Amy Hollyfield. I can tell you thats a large reason why in 2007 we started PolitiFact.com. We were looking for an innovative way to cover the 2008 campaign and frustrated by a lack of factual telling of things or calling out people on things. Darrel Lieze-Adams. In my view, absolutely not Our goal has always been to make sure people are educated, when to vote, where to vote, how to vote. At some point we all have personal responsibility. Our job is to cover the issues at hand and cover the politicians. We ask them the questions that are meaningful and impactful and get those on the air... Unfortunately, I think people remember the negative advertising and jabs and very rarely are they remembering the true issues at hand. Ron Elving. I think there is some truth in what Joan writes about the way presidential elections get covered. A lot of it is treated as a horse race, just on the sort of human fascination with races, that is to say contests, any kind of sports analogy you want to choose. I also think with that roteness and sort of kneejerk reaction to the counting of votes, there is also a whole different strain in the way some news organizations pay attention to elections There was a great deal of excitement the first time a Catholic was nominated, Im old enough to remember that (as well as when Jesse Jackson and later Hillary Rodham Clinton were candidates). That was all meaningful beyond the mere horserace aspect because it expressed the aspirations of groups of people who had been essentially closed out. All these factors, these movements and themes in political life, are always present, 24/7, 3/65. But theyre really only brought into sharp contrast in political elections, when candidates are taking positions and running for office.3. Assuming youre human beings who have opinions, how do you guard against bias? Amy Hollyfield. Thats a tough question. Im conscious of it every day as were writing stories; who were going to go be with; where that storys going to play. Its just something you have to be diligent about, have conversations about, and make sure youre not being biased. Darrel Lieze-Adams. I think its about being fair and truthful. I understand what youre saying about this concern of a bias, but our job is to MEDIAFrom page 1

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 NEWS A9 gather facts, to gather the truth, and then everything we do goes through multiple checks. One person doesnt have the ability to go out there and put their view on the air. There are usually two or three different levels that we go through before it goes on the air. So someones bias gets checked and fixed before it goes on the air. Ron Elving. I assume that anyones sense of judgment, whether theyre a New York Times reporter or lawyer or day laborer, everyones judgments are to some degree a product of their life experiences, and the way they react to other people. That would include prejudices and things people have made their minds up a long time ago: east and west of the Mississippi, the North-South divide, the white-black divide, deep-seated judgments. I would think what sets apart a good journalist, and I would include certainly many people I know at The New York Times: They have their experiences and notions of what theyve learned, but they are also to some degree self aware that we have a mental process that goes on in our own reactions to things. So when I see a candidate emerge, say a Michele Bachmann and when I have personal roots in Minnesota and knowledge of her religious connections, and on the basis of all that I have a certain set of reactions I also know that Im having that reaction based on (who I am). So I ask myself, how would somebody as unlike me as possible see Michele Bachman? Its a mental exercise. It is an intellectual exercise which an honest journalist should be engaged in all the time questioning every set of judgments, every set of facts and every reaction we have to a particular person. That I think is what professionalism ought to mean in journalism. Richard Stevenson. I think my colleagues here are professionals to the degree they have personal views about candidates or issues. I think by the time they get here they have learned that their professional role demands they put those things aside. Now that doesnt mean we dont want reporters to use their minds and their judgment and to be more than stenographers and inevitably thats involved some kind of subjective judgments. Theres no sort of ultimately pure journalism out there. We are human beings and make judgments and bring perspectives based on our personal experience. I also think its demonstrably true that we aspire every day to not be carrying water for one party or the other or one ideological view, but to look at things with a cold clear eye and report them as they are or at least as close an approximation of value-free vision as we can bring to it.4. In the daily melee of the campaigns, as you sort through the sexual harassment allegations and negative television ads as well as issues how do you decide what to cover and what to ignore? Amy Hollyfield. We have a mix of what are people are talking about, whats interesting, and what kind of enterprisy thing can we bring to the table that no one else is talking about. We definitely want distinct journalism. We want a Florida angle to everything we write and we just want to make our readers smarter. Darrel Lieze-Adams. You cover whatever the issue at hand is. If the big story of the day is the economy and showing signs of strengthening or weakening, those are going to be the things you go out and chase. If theres a day when theres a major international incident going on, you talk to the candidates about that whether theyre sitting in office or the ones getting elected. Ron Elving. You are constantly trying to serve an audience and also to gain and hold an audience. There is an equilibrium there. While I see it as the responsibility of good journalism to give them information they ought to have, need to have, it is also unrealistic to expect people to stick around if you dont give them information they want to have. Now, those issues overlap. But on the way to making that judgment, that can include whether or not somebody sounds authentic, sounds phony, whether or not they are unlike you. All of those things need to be in the mix. Richard Stevenson. I think there is room for all kinds of coverage when it comes to politics. We are very comfortable delving into the intricacies of Medicare but were also happy to write an entertaining piece about Rick Santorums sweater vest. The two are not mutually exclusive. The campaigns are about big issues that define the trajectory of the country, but theyre also a process that we get to know the candidates in a personal or visceral way. And they are for better or worse, contests. They are horseraces. There is a winner and a loser.5. The intensity of media attention, amplified and compounded today with so many sources of information, might make it hard for anyone to end up being a respected political leader. Is that something you worry about? Amy Hollyfield. I cant say thats something I worry about. I think if I were a politician thats something Id be worried about. I worry about being fair, telling smart stories and making sure people know whats going on. Darrel Lieze-Adams. No. Theyre getting elected in office to represent people the people who voted for them and I think its everyones right to know everything about that candidate and who they are. Its just better to know everything before the election happens. That intense spotlight is a part of running for public office. Ron Elving. I believe in human dignity Our role as journalists is to ascertain as many facts about these people as we possibly can. Im not particularly interested in the lines of inquiry that have no purpose and strip people of their dignity, other than just to sort of achieve that derisive superiority that some people might enjoy. But from my standpoint and NPRs standpoint, were interested in getting as much information as possible. If someone has real problems with the law in their past, or the manner in which someone has made a living or made themselves wealthy, that is certainly relevant. And the way theyve managed their personal relationships, I think thats important. Richard Stevenson. I think we do have a responsibility to bring a skeptical eye to assertions of candidates, to challenge their assertions, to scrub their backgrounds, to look for agendas. But I think its also important that we not poison the process by bringing cynicism to it. 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Indias legendarily plodding government bur eaucr acy had long stymied a snake charmer named Hakkul (a villager in Uttar Pradesh state), who had sought a snake-conservation permit, which had been authorized at one level but delayed locally. In November, finally exasperated, Hakkul walked into the land revenue office in the town of Harraiya with several sacks of snakes (including cobras) and turned them loose, sending clerks and visitors climbing furniture or fleeing. Recent news accounts report that almost all of the snakes had been rounded up. A December news release from the U .S. C enters for Disease Control warned of the dangers of Campylobacter jejuni bacteria infections on a sheep ranch, but apparently only among workers who used an old-style (19th century) method of castrating the animals. CDC strongly urged that workers stop biting off the sheeps genitals and instead use modern tools. From U.S. Sen. Tom Coburns periodic list of the most unnec es sary, duplicative and low-priority projects that the federal government currently funds (announced in December): $75,000 to promote awareness of the role Michigan plays in producing Christmas trees and poinsettias; $48,700 for promoting the Hawaii Chocolate Festival; $113,227 for a video game preservation center in New York; and $764,825 to study something surely already done adequately by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs how college students use mobile devices for social networking. Also on Sen. Coburns list: $15.3 million in continuing expenses for the famous Alaskan bridge to nowhere that was widely ridiculed in 2005 but apparently refuses to die. Chutzpah!Convicted serial rapist Steven Phillips was exonerated in 2008, one of a continuing string of wrongly convicted Dallas-area criminals proved innocent by DNA testing, and under a formula by state law, he was awarded about $4 million, tax-free, for his 25 years behind bars. Recently, Mr. Phillips ex-wife filed a petition in court demanding a portion even though the couple had been divorced for the last 17 years of his incarceration, and the ex-wife had remarried and had a child. (The ex-wife claims it was Mr. Phillips who originated the divorce and that she had given up on him only because he had revealed a disgusting history as a peeping tom and flasher.) Felicitous discoveries Dan DAmato, 45, partying in an Orlando mot el room in December, was accidentally shot by a stranger who was having a dispute with another partygoer. Later, as his wounded hip was being treated at a hospital, doctors discovered and removed two huge tumors in Mr. DAmatos abdomen that had so far gone unnoticed. The tumors were not cancerous but had they not been found, they would soon have disabled him. At a home in Taylorsville, Utah, in Dec ember one housemate who was pursuing a mouse in the kitchen accidentally shot another housemate. As police investigated, they discovered a 13-year-old girl hiding in a closet. A third housemate, Paul Kunzler, 28, was then arrested and charged with carrying on a months-long sexual relationship with her. Police report John Whittle, 52, was charged in December with r obbing a Wells Fargo Bank in Port Richey, Fla. According to police, Mr. Whittle ordered a beer at the Hayloft Bar shortly after 1 p.m., then excused himself, and a few minutes later, returned to finish his beer. In the interim, police said later, Mr. Whittle had walked down the street to the bank and robbed it. In December, Russell Mace, 55, was caught soon aft er r obbing a Union Savings Bank branch in New Milford, Conn. A bank employee had spotted Mr. Mace acting suspicious in the parking lot, and indeed, he said, Mr. Mace entered, robbed the bank of about $3,000, and fled to a waiting car. Police, however, identified the car, which they had noted from Mr. Maces recent arrest for shoplifting. 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Guest speaker Loran Anderson, professor emeritus of biological science and former curator of the Godfrey Herbarium at Florida State University, will discuss What Is a Flower? (Gestalt Strategies Plants Employ). Tickets are $35 per person for the banquet and $20 for the lecture only. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. Call 5977222 or visit www.naplesFNPS.org. Extension office has garden classesJennifer Hecker, director of natural resource policy for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, presents Are You Water Wise? at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, at Unity of Naples Church. Cost is $7 for the session, or $25 for a series card for admission to 10 workshops sponsored by the Collier County Extension Office of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. A class in Bamboo and Propagation will be led by botanist Jan Abernathie of the Naples Botanical Garden at the same time and place on Thursday, Feb. 2. For more information, call 353-4244 or visit www. collier.ifas.ufl.edu. OUTDOORS BY ART RITASSpecial to Florida WeeklyGuided walks at Clam Pass sponsored by the Conservancy of Southwest Florida are up and running for a new season. I guide the walks some days and walk the boardwalk, back dune trail, marshy area and beach most others. Today, as I move along the boardwalk, I see the vertical lines of drop roots of the red mangrove trees, the parallel silk lines of the masterful orb weavers webs and then, at the bridge overlooking lower Clam Bay, the wavy line of the crowns of the mangrove trees. One lone snag sticks up, a jagged line pointing to the heavens. I watch an osprey descend, a foot-long fish in its talons, and land on the snag. He secures his position and the fish by grasping with his three stationary talons and adjusting the one that is moveable. He is the only raptor with a talon that works like the human opposable thumb. I watch. He eats. Ive watched similar scenes countless times, but this time theres something different. The osprey has ripped and devoured several pieces of fish, but the fish is still thrashing. This stark example of the food chain evokes more emotion than flat illustrations in a textbook. Better to see this live than to read about it. On the back dune trail I use my macro binoculars to see a gopher tortoise half in and half out of his burrow. My binocular eyes stare at the two reptilian eyes, and the eyes stare back. After a time, it seems we have learned something of one another. The tortoise backs into his burrow, and I think of the line of the excavation that runs about 5 feet down and then horizontally for maybe 50 feet. I emerge from the sandy trail and walk back to a marshy area. Lines of phallic-looking pneumatophores, the breathing tubes that are part of the black mangrove root structure, seem ready to march. I see motion and raise my binoculars to a beautiful sight: a pair of cavorting mangrove buckey e butte rflies. When they land, I enjoy a close look at the squiggly white lines and false eyes on their wings. I move on to Clam Pass for the grand finale: hundreds if not thousands of black skimmers, some perched on a sandy shoal, others in the air doing what they do to deserve their name. When they are born, their bills, bright red with black tips, are made up of upper and lower mandibles of equal length. But by the time these birds are fully grown, the lower mandible has grown longer than upper. I watch as an adult demonstrates. As it skims the water with its bill open, the lower mandible traces you guessed it a line in the water. It scoops up a fish, clamps its upper mandible shut, then soars into the air and eats while flying. The black skimmers Spanish name is rayador, drawer of lines. Back on the shoal, other skimmers are resting. A human beachcomber walks through their line and they fly off in a graceful airborne wave, only to return to the beach a few seconds later. Repeated disruptions like this can threaten the existence of these beautiful migratory birds. Walking back, I reflect on the spiritlifting quality of the many beautiful lines in nature. Join us on a Clam Pass walk and you may see fine lines youve never seen before. Art Ritas is a volunteer at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.A watchful eye discovers fine lines on a walk at Clam Pass Clam Pass nature walksWhat: Guided walks sponsored by the Conservancy of Southwest Florida When: 9 a .m. Monday through Saturday Where: Clam Pass Park, next to the Naples Grande Resort on Seagate Drive Cost: Free parking with beach sticker; otherwise subject to Collier County parking fee

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Due to the increasing need for specialized pediatric services in Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties, we are responding. A new state-of-the-art facility will be constructed at HealthPark Medical Center in South Fort Myers. Our new Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida will house 150 beds and all of the ancillary specialty services to treat the most critically ill children and their families. Please join us as we embark on this amazing journey of hope and care for the children of Southwest Florida. For more information on how you can help save a childs life, please call 239-343-6950, or visit www.LeeMemorial.org/Foundation Keep Children Close to Home for Health Care W e are responding to the increasing need for specialized pediatric servic es in Southwest F lorida by building a new state-of-the-art Childrens Hospital Our new Childrens Hospital of Southwest F lorida will house 148 beds and many specialty servic es to treat the most critically-i ll childr en and their families.For more information on how you can hel p save a chil ds life, p l ease ca ll 239-343-6 950, or visit www.LeeMemorial .org/Foundation NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA22 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Red Cross Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders with Naples resident Melanie Sabelhaus, vice chairman of the Red Cross board of governors, in 2007. The Tiffany Circle comprises women who donate at least $10,000 annually to the Red Cross. The title comes from the Tiffany windows installed in 1917 at the Red Cross national headquarters in Washington, D.C., which depict women who personify virtues at work in the Red Cross movement: hope, mercy, faith, charity, truth and fortitude. The Tiffany Circle has almost 700 women in 79 chapters nationwide and has raised more $34 million to date. Both Ms. McElveen-Hunter and Ms. Sabelhaus recently addressed the 18 Tiffany Circle members affiliated with the Floridas Southern Gulf Coast Region of the Red Cross and other guests during a luncheon at the Naples Yacht Club. The Jan. 10 event was coordinated by Heidi Mangel, a Tiffany Circle member who remembers her grandmothers at the end of World War II folding bandages and knitting sweaters for the Red Cross. The American Red Cross reaches the most vulnerable, the least, the last and sometimes the lost, Ms. McElveen-Hunter told the audience of 75 women. This is mostly women and children. It doesnt matter the country. Ms. McElveen-Hunter is the founder and CEO of Pace Communications, the nations largest custom publishing company. She is also a former U.S. Ambassador to Finland. Ms. Sabelhaus, who served as deputy administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, told the luncheon crowd that she got involved with the Tiffany Circle because someone told her women were willing to give, they just hadnt been asked. Cyndi Doragh of Naples is one example. She attended a Red Cross event the night before the luncheon and became the groups latest Tiffany Circle member. As a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Myers South, Ms. Doragh traveled with the Red Cross to Alabama, where she has a second home, to deliver supplies and help after the Tuscaloosa tornadoes. People dont understand how effective the Red Cross is, she said. You give people a bottle of water and a hug, and that human touch is critical. She sees membership in the Tiffany Circle as one more step to helping people in need. Im willing to do the physical part, but I know they need the money, too. Donna Boortz, a lifetime Tiffany Circle member (which requires a $100,000 pledge payable over 10 or fewer years) who administers her own foundation, praises the organizations fiduciary oversight. The Red Cross is at the top of the heap for giving money to service. They consistently use your money well. Ms. Sabelhaus emphasized the role that women play as the economic powerhouses of the 21st century. Women are the strongest, most powerful voices in philanthropy today. And that brings a lot of responsibility, she told the luncheon group. How are we going to make a difference in our communities? She encouraged the attendees to be RED CROSSFrom page 1 *does not include shuttersCall Today to Schedule Your Complimentary In-Home Consultation(239) 390-7799 Lee County(239) 495-3280 Collier CountyServing All of Southwest Florida. Licensed & Insured.Vertical Blinds Horizontal Blinds Woven Woods Draperieswww.budgetblinds.com FREE Temporary Shades w/Every Order Special Upgrades thru the end of January. a style for every point of viewBlindsBudgetHunter Douglas Shades Plantation Shutters Honeycombs Roller Shades

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Introducing 8 new signature avors by Norman Love Confections!85% Dark Chocolate Apple a la Mode Coconut Ginger Lime Hazelnut Cream Lemon Bar Roasted Almond Trufe Vanilla Rum Trufe THERES NOTHING LIKE New LOVE. Coming Soon! NEW NAPLES LOCATION NOW OPEN. Personal Southwest Florida Delivery Service Available. www.NormanLoveConfections.comFORT MYERS 11380 Lindbergh Blvd. 239.561.7215 | HOURS Mon.Fri. 7 :30 a.m.:30 p.m.; Sat. 7:30 a.m. p.m. NAPLES 3747 Tamiami Trail North 239.687.7215 | HOURS Mon.Thur. 8 a.m. p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m.0 p.m. Our 2012 Valentines Day Collection debuts January 30! NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA26 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 golf tournament benefiting the local non-profit organization. When hospice hit home, however, he moved from supporter to champion. The vice president of wealth management at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Mr. Hoffman joined the Avow board in 2008 and within months was asked to chair the three-year Promise Campaign. As of November 2011, the campaign had raised $10.4 million. Here, Mr. Hoffman reflects on lessons learned along the way. What made you want to get involved with Avow and its fundraising efforts? Up north, both my father and mother had been in hospice care This experience made me want to get more involved locally. What aspect of fundraising did you find to be easier than expected? More challenging? For me, the easy part was asking for funds and donations and speaking about Avow. Staying organized and focused was the more challenging part. Have your efforts yielded any big surprises so far? As we got into the campaign, the country was in a recession. As campaign chairman, you have to be continuously upbeat and optimistic, while secretly remaining realistic. The surprise is that not only did we reach our goal, but we exceeded it. That is particularly pleasing given the state of the economy. Raising the money was important, but the bigger benefit is the increased awareness of Avow Hospice in the community. We were able to really get our message out there and through these efforts, I think we have advanced our fundraising potential going forward. What was key to the campaigns success? This campaign journey has been successful because of the efforts put forth by the Avow staff and campaign volunteers. Throughout my involvement, Ive met some extremely great people, from patients and family members to Avow employees and donors I plan to stay involved, even when theres not an official campaign underway. Jama Dock is the media relations specialist at Avow Hospice. Collier Countys original and only nonprofit, independent hospice, Avow has been serving the community for 29 years. For more information, call 261-4404 or visit www.avowhospice.org. AVOWFrom page 25 PERSONAL & PRIVATE TRAINING Call 325-1810 and book your free start session or go to www.concept1010.com Minutes a Week Always in Shape! 20 12820 N. Tamiami Trail (just before Imperial G.C. Blvd. going North)

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NAPLES SENIOR LIVING SYMPOSIUM 2012Wednesday, January 25Whether youre looking for an independent living retirement community for yourself or an assisted living community, home health, or nursing center for a loved one please join us for our Senior Living Symposium designed to provide an update on current trends in Senior Living and all the options available! Choose from either our morning or afternoon sessions: SESSION 1 REGISTRATION 9:00:30 am SYMPOSIUM 9:30:30 am SESSION 2 REGISTRATION 1:00:30 pm SYMPOSIUM 1:30:30 pm LOCATION VI AT BENTLEY VILLAGE 704 VILLAGE CIRCLE NAPLES, FL 34110It is important to pre-register for this event as space is limited to 160 per session and reservations are required. Sorry... No walk-ins allowed. PLEASE RSVP BY JANUARY 20: 239-776-7353 or e-mail Samantha@seniorsbluebook.com FREE VIP luncheon to the rst 50 callers!Call now and enjoy a rst-class lunch with the panel of experts and sponsors of the senior living symposium hosted by Vi at Bentley Village from Noon to 1 PM. Space is limited Call today! With knowledge comes condence in the decisions we make. Dont Move IMPROVE! D o n t M o v e I M PR OV E! COMPLETE REMODELING | NEW COUNTERTOPS | CABINET REFACING | DREAM KITCHENS | CUSTOM CLOSETS | LUXURIOUS BATHROOMSYour complete satisfaction is my rst and foremost priority.Tony Leeber Sr.Owner/ContractorFactory Direct Pricing... We are the Factory!Lifetime Warranty on any product we manufacture!Cornerstone stands behind every job... BEFORE. DURING. AFTER.Give us an opportunity to wow you! VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS... Licensed and Insured General Contractor #CBC1253280 COMPLETE REMODELING | NEW COUNTERTOPS |Thinking of Moving? ASK OUR SALES PEOPLE TODAY! COUNTER TOPS QUARTZ COUNTER TOPS 3CM GRANITE COUNTER TOPS FORT MYERSHANSONFOWLER ST METRO PKWYWINKLER COLONIAL N S Mon-Sat 10:00am 4:00pm Evenings available by appt. only NAPLES SHOWROOM7700 Tamiami Trail N. 239-593-1112 3150 Metro Parkway 239-332-3020Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm Evenings available by appt. onlyNO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Youre invited to our ...OPEN HOUSE NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 A27 Leadership Collier applications online nowThe Leadership Collier Foundation is accepting applications for the Leadership Collier Class of 2013. The program educates local business leaders about the societal and economic challenges facing the Collier County community while highlighting the areas infrastructure, business engines and community issues. The program begins in the third week of September 2012 and concludes in mid-April 2013. Deadline for applications is April 15, 2012. The application, program agenda and more information is available at http://tinyurl.com/LCFapp2012. Since 1989, The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce has hosted numerous programs through the Leadership Collier Foundation designed to hone the skills of key leaders and provide them with insight to understand the challenges and opportunities facing Collier County. St. Patricks Day parade organizers seek nominations for grand marshalThe Naples St. Patrick Foundation, organizers of the annual Naples St. Patricks Day Parade, is accepting nominations for the 2012 parade grand marshal. The 34th annual parade takes place Saturday, March 17, in Old Naples. Jim McEvoy, president of the foundation, says the honor of grand marshal will go to someone who is a real contributor to the Collier County community through actions, leadership or volunteerism. The written nominations should include background information on the candidate and the name, address and telephone number of the person making the nomination. Nominations should be e-mailed to Mr. McEvoy at irmusic@embarqmail.com or mailed to the Naples St. Patrick Foundation, 300 Fifth Ave. S., Suite 101, Naples FL 34102. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 10, after which a committee will review all nominations and select the winner. Plan your next adventure at Shelter benefitAn Evening of Cultural Celebrations to benefit The Shelter for Abused Women & Children takes place from 5-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, at a private club in North Naples. Hosted by Preferred Travel of Naples, the annual fund-raising travel event includes presentations by Preferred Travels luxury travel partners about some of the worlds most desirable travel destinations. Guests will enjoy cocktails and hors doeuvres and entertainment by Naples Jazz Syndicate. The entire $45 per person donation will go to the Shelter. Space is limited and reservations are required. Call preferred Travel of Naples at 261-1177. NONPROFIT NEWS

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Coleman Eye Care239-597-2792 www.colemaneyecare.com 10661 Airport Pulling Rd., Suite 12, Naples 34119Why trust your eyes, your eyelids, and your vision to anyone else?Friday, January 20th 9am-12pm Botox $10/unit Austin Wm. Coleman, D.O.Dr. Coleman is trained in: Complete Eye Care Surgery of the Eye & Eyelidswww.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA28 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 NONPROFIT NEWS Soups on for fifth annual Empty Bowls lunchThe fifth annual Empty Bowls soup lunch to benefit the Harry Chapin Food Bank takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at Cambier Park. A $10 donation gets a handmade pottery bowl to take home (while supplies last) and a ladle of soup with a chunk of bread for lunch. At least 1,500 bowls made by Collier County students will be available, and 40 area restaurants will serve up specialty soups from seafood chowder and roasted mushroom bisque to minestrone, split pea and beef barley. A silent auction will have works by area artisans Myron Gifford, Ruth Hablutzel, Annabelle Johnson, Gabrielle Nappo, Jim Rice and Joan Shapiro, among others. Entertainment throughout the afternoon will be by the Barron Collier High School drum line, Brian Rapasz and the a capella boys choir, Rika, Gabby, Corinna, Livvy and The Ramos Bros. Title sponsor is Panera Bread, and additional sponsors are Ace Hardware; Allegra Printing; Bond, Schoeneck and King; the city of Naples; Laquana Clay; Master Piece Mixers; Publix; Taylor Rental/Party Plus Naples; Sweetbay; VITAS; and Whole Foods. Students from the following schools have made bowls: Avalon and Vineyards elementary schools, East Naples middle and Barron Collier, Golden Gate, Gulf Coast and Lely high schools. Special assistance has been provided by Adam Meistrell and the Extreme Potters Guild, North Collier Junior Womens Club, Mollie Bauman, Donna Torrance, Michelle Holder, Peggy Garrett, Jayne Sventek, Jan Russell and Lisa Connors. The Harry Chapin Food Bank solicits, collects and stores food for distribution to families in need through a network of more than 150 local nonprofit agencies in Collier, Lee, Hendry, Charlotte and Glades counties. In the last fiscal year, the organization distributed 12.5 million pounds of food and other grocery products, a 31 percent increase over the previous year. For more information, call 377-1229, e-mail info@emptybowlsnaples.com or visit www.emptybowlsnaples.org. The Harry Chapin Food Bank truck The 2011 silent auction lineup of bowls by the Barron Collier P otters Guild COURTESY PHOTOS Soup lovers clambered for lunch at the 2011 Naples Empty Bowls event. $500 OFF OUR ALREADY GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES!*certain restrictions apply Office A BedRwww.abedrofce.com Home Ofce Ensembles Library and Murphy Beds Cabinet Storage Systems Custom Closets Media Centers (239) 245-7335 SUPER SEASON SALE! We will meet or beat any competitors pricing. SUPER SEASON SALE!(1/2 mile north of Alico Rd.)

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Friday, January 20thBroadcast LIVE on Cat Country 107.1 from Miromar Outlets, Estero 6 a.m. 6 p.m.Proceeds from the 10th Annual Cat Country 107.1 Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon will benet Barbaras Friends The Childrens Hospital Cancer Fund. Your gift will help provide lifesaving equipment, physician services, supplies, nursing care or family assistance. The Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida, located at HealthPark Medical Center, is the only facility of its kind between Miami and St. Petersburg. For more information, please visit www.catcountry1071.com or www.LeeMemorial.org/Foundation to make a gift online.Listen Friday, January 20 and call 1-866-609-KIDS (5437) and help kids with cancer!LEE MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATIONS STATE REGISTRATION NUMBER IS CH14406. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. Radiothon NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 A31 The Cleveland Club celebrates its 14th anniversary with a dinner dance on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at Heritage Bay Country Club. All Clevelanders are welcome. The clubs second dinner dance of the season will be held Saturday, March 24, at Cypress Woods Country Club. Tickets to both evenings are $30. For reservations, call Diane Corcelli at 9926723. The Naples Orchid Society celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2012 and has chosen the ghost orchid, an orchid native to Southwest Florida that only exists in the wild, as its golden anniversary logo. All funds raised this year will benefit Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuarys education program. Society meetings and events take place at Moorings Presbyterian Church. The celebratory season kids off with a buffet dinner and silent auction beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2. Wynns Catering will provide the meal, and guest speaker Michael Coronado of R.F. Orchids in Homestead, Fla., will discuss the recent World Orchid Conference and his orchid trip to Indonesia. Cost is $25 for NOS members and $35 for others. Sign up at www.naplesorchidsociety.org. For more information, e-mail info@naplesorchidsociety.org. Womens Cultural Alliance, an affinity group of the Jewish Federation of Collier County, has 700 members and more than 250 courses, events and trips planned for the new season. Annual membership is $60. For more information, call Jane Hersch at 948-0003 or visit www.womensculturalliance.com. The Naples Newcomers Club welcomes women who have been permanent residents of Naples for no more than five years and who want to meet others who are new to the area. The club meets for lunch at 11:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of every month at country clubs throughout the area. In addition, groups within the club plan outings and dates to share varied interests, such as mahjongg and duplicate bridge, gourmet cooking and discussions about philosophy. Prospective members are invited to coffee at 10 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month. For meeting locations and more information, call 298-4083 or visit www.naplesnewcomers.com. The Bonita Springs Newcomers Club welcomes women who have lived in Bonita for less than three years. Luncheons are held at area country clubs on the third Thursday of every month (December meeting is on the second Thursday). Members must attend five luncheons a year and pay annual dues of $40. For more information, e-mail bonitanewcomers@gmail.com or visit www.bonitaspringsnewcomersclub. com. CLUB NOTES Naples Grande Golf Club invites you to come Explore Golf, Beach, Pool, Spa, Fitness, Tennis & Dining. For more information please contact MARC FREIBURG | PREMIER CLUB 7540 Golden Gate Parkway | Naples, FL 34105 | 239.659.3714 Rees Jones designed course. e Waldorf Astoria Collection. (located at Naples Grande). Naples Grande Tennis Center. With New Greens, the Best Course in Naples Just Got Better!

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA32 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 TSX $249/ mo pmt, TL $289/ mo pmt, RDX $399/ mo pmt and MDX $469/ mo pmt for 36 mos. With $2,999 down plus lease surcharge, tax, title and DDF ($499) due at delivery. 10,000 miles per year with approved credit (660 plus beacon) through AFS. TSX model #CU2F4CJW, $30,695. TL model #UA8F2CJW, MSRP $26,490. RDX model #TB2H2CJNW, MSRP $33,780. MDX model #YD2H2CJNW, MSRP $43,815. Offer expires: 01/31/2012. ** All vehicles are under six years old with less than 80,000 miles and have a minimum 12-month/12,000-mile Certi ed Limited Warranty and a 7 year/100,000 total vehicle mile drive train warranty, all with Zero Deductible. Each vehicle must also pass a 150-point vehicle inspection and is covered by an extensive Roadside Assistance program. Must take delivery by 01/31/12. 1-800-226-6800 1-239-433-1661 www.ScanlonAcura.com AUTHORIZED HONDA LEASE RETURN CENTER RECEIVE $200! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARYWhere You Get A Deal Youll Feel Good About! MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-8PM SATURDAY 9AM-5PM Start the New Year in Style with a New Acura! ACURA LOYALTY LEASE ADVANTAGES: Momentum Miles Up to 15K Miles Rolled Over, $1,500 Wear and Tear Waiver at lease end, No Disposition Fee, Gap Insurance Included and Half of excess miles forgiven, up to 7,500 miles.SALE HOURS: 2012 Acura TL $289 Per Month Lease For 2012 Acura MDX $469 Per Month Lease For 2012 Acura RDX $339 Per Month Lease For 2012 Acura TSX $249 Per Month Lease For $31,990**2009 ACURAMDX $27,990**2010 ACURATL $25,990**2009 ACURATSX TECH $26,650**2009 ACURARDX AWDSCANLON CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED FAITH NOTESInterfaith adult education series set to begin on Marco IslandThe Marco Island Clergy Associations 2012 Interfaith Community Educational Series begins Wednesday, Jan. 25, at New Life Community Church of God and continues through March at various houses of worship on the island. Titled Embracing with Love and Understanding, the adult education series provide an opportunity to learn about one anothers faith at weekly lectures and discussions. All begin at 7 p.m. For the first session, Rev. Thomas McCulley will discuss Pentecostal Christianity. The series continues as follows: Feb. 1 at the United Church of Marco Island, where Rev. Richard Adair will discuss Congregational Christianity; Feb. 8 at the Jewish Congregation of Marco Island, where Rev. Rita Partin of the Cupbearer Ministry will discuss her denomination; Feb. 16 at St. Marks Episcopal Church with Rev. Kyle Bennett; Feb. 29 at Wesley United Methodist Church with Rev. Kirk Dreiser; March 7 at the Family Church of Marco Island with Rev. Tim Neptune; March 14 at San Marco Catholic Church with Father Tim Navin; March 20 at Marco Presbyterian Church with Pastor Bill Lyle; and March 22 at Marco Lutheran Church with Rev. Kevin Koenig. Marco temple invites all to open houseThe Jewish Congregation of Marco Island welcomes everyone to an open house from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22. Guests will be Rabbi Edward Maline, cantorial soloist Hari Jacobsen and other members involved in the leadership of the temple. From Friday night Shabbat services to festival and holiday services, adult education programs, the Saul Stern Cultural Series (see story on page C13) and the Jewish Film Festival, JCMI is at the center of Jewish life on Marco Island and surrounding area. The JCMI is at 991 Winterberry Drive. Reservations for the open house are appreciated and can be made by calling the JCMI office at 642-0800 or Harvey Brenner at 3040737.

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South Floridas largest RV and boat consignment sales center Floridas largest indoor RV & boat showroom South Florida s largest independent RV and boat Service Center Insurance work welcomed 4628 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33980941-883-5555 1-877-883-5555 www.CharlotteRVandMarine.com Charlotte RV & Marine $50 COUPON $50 COUPON $50 COUPON $50 COUPON$50DISCOUNTApplies to labor charge for any RV repair. If your labor bill will be paid by an Extended Service Agreement company or insurance company then the discount will be applied to the customer responsibility portion of the bill. Limit one coupon per visit.Expires January 31, 2012 embracing lifes transitionsTHE FIRST IN A SERIES OF DISCUSSIONS hosted by GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH As you prepare for the next season of your life, learn where to start, what to expect, and how to develop a successful strategy. Join us for an occasion of education and entertainment Tuesday, January 31, 2012Presentations from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Dinner and Fellowship at 5:15 p.m. Grace Lutheran Church 860 Banyan Blvd, Naples, FLKEYNOTE SPEAKER Dr. Richard Bimler presents AH-HA Moments FEATURED GUESTSe Arlington, Dignity Memorial and Vitas HospiceFor more information and to RSVP call (239)261-7421 no later than January 27, 2012 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 A33 FAITH NOTES Bonita Christian Forum hosts Lee StrobelAward-winning journalist and bestselling author Lee Strobel will speak at the Bonita Christian Forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, at First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs. Mr. Strobel was an investigative journalist for the Chicago Tribune and an atheist when he embarked on a two-year investigation of the evidence for Jesus. He became a Christian in 1981 and went on to become a megachurch teaching pastor, television host and author. More than 20 books later The Case for Christ, The Case for Faith, The Case for a Creator and The Case for Easter he is one of today's leading apologists. His newest book is a novel titled The Ambition. Forum events are free and open to the community. For more information, call 992-3233 or visit www. bonitachristianforum.org. JCMI hosts wine expert for Italian dinnerThe Sisterhood and Mens Club of the Jewish Congregation of Marco Island host an Italian-theme wine dinner with wine expert Ron Kapon beginning at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at JCMI, 991 Winterberry Drive. Mr. Kapon has more than 50 years of experience in the wine and spirits field. His familys business, Acker, Merrill and Condit, was established in 1820 and is the oldest wine merchant in the United States. In 1995, he launched the wine program at the International School of Hospitality and Tourism at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack, N.J., where he continues to teach and where he has established the Ron Kapon Wine Library with a donation of more than 4,000 books, magazines and articles. He was recently honored by the James Beard Foundation. For reservations or more information, call 642-0800. COURTESY PHOTO Bingo season is well under way at the Jewish Congregation of Marco Island, 991 Winterberry Drive. The doors open at 5:30 p.m. for a free kosher hot dog supper, and the first game is called at 7 p.m. 6420800. See more photos on page C31.

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February 13-19, 2012 | The TwinEagles Club | Naples, FL ACEGroupClassic.com | 239.593.3900 Daily Tickets: $25 in advance | $30 at the gateWeekly Tickets: $50 in advance | $60 at the gateZig Zag Lounge Hospitality Tickets: $100 each dayTICKETS ON SALE NOW!2012 Ultimate Golf Experience Book ONLY $99Includes access to 31 of Southwest Florida's Top Golf Courses and a weekly ticket to The ACE Group Classic THE ULTIMATE GIFT FOR THE ULTIMATE GOLFER Tickets and Golf Books Available at 2135 Tamiami Trail North Naples, Florida 34102 facebook.com/ACEGroupClassic twitter.com/ACEGroupClassicBernhard Langer 2011 Champion www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA34 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 The Florida Sled Hockey Association hosts a free introductory clinic about the sport from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Fort Myers Skatium. Sled hockey is an accessible version of ice hockey, adapted for people with physical disabilities. Our players dont just learn to play hockey, they also learn teamwork and life skills, develop stronger self-esteem, and respect for others, says Ron Robichaud, coach of the Florida Eels sled hockey team and the man who brought the sport to Florida two years ago with programs in Fort Myers, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale and Rockledge. Players and coaches from around the state will be on hand at the Fort Myers clinic to explain the sport, demonstrate skills and facilitate on-ice lessons and scrimmages. It will be the FSHAs third clinic in Southwest Florida and the seventh statewide. Our goal is to get 10-15 new athletes for our program this year, Mr. Robichaud says. Attendees should wear warm clothing (jeans and sweatshirts). All equipment will be provided. The clinic is sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida and the city of Fort Myers Skatium. A big part of our mission is helping people with disabilities overcome their barriers to independence, explains Goodwill spokeswoman Kirsten ODonnell. If youve ever seen wheelchair basketball or rugby, you know that people with disabilities have unlimited potential. Its just sometimes hard to find opportunities. The Fort Myers Skatium is at 2250 Broadway, ear downtown and the City of Palms Park. For more information about the clinic, call Mr. Robichaud at (207) 252-7134 or e-mail floridasledhockey@yahoo.com. Free clinic will cover sled hockey basics Do yourself some good and help local charitable organizations at the same time by signing up and getting out to some of the following events: Individuals and teams can still sign up for the fourth annual WINK News Feeds Families Hunger Walk that sets out Saturday, Jan. 21, at Miromar Outlets. At press time, the fundraiser for the Harry Chapin Food Bank was still $70,000 short of this years goal of $250,000. The food bank helps feed the hungry throughout Southwest Florida by distributing groceries to more than 150 agencies in the fivecounty area. To sign up or for more information, call 334-7007, ext. 132, or e-mail Marta Hodson at martahodson@harrychapinfoodbank.org. Gulf Coast Runners and Humane Society Naples are warming up for the sixth annual Run for the Paws 5K run/walk to benefit HSN. Starting time is 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Naples Municipal Airport. Early registration through Jan. 21 is $20 per person; sign up Jan. 22-27 for $25 per person and on the day of the race for $30 per person ($10 for students in high school and younger). Pets must be on non-retractable leashes and up-to-date with vaccinations. Runners/walkers with pets must start at the rear of the pack and cannot interfere with other participants or pets. For more information, call 643-1555 or visit www.hsnaples.org. The Naples Pathways Coalition Bike Brunch on Sunday, Jan. 29, promises a bike ride that can be as fun and relaxing or as challenging as participants want to make it. Everything starts and finishes at Lowdermilk Park. Continental breakfast and registration open at 6:30 a.m. The 100-mile ride sets out at 7 a.m., followed by the 62-mile ride at 8 a.m., the 30-mile trek at 8:30 a.m., the 20-miler at 9 a.m. and the 10-miler at 10 a.m. A 3-mile walk for those who prefer to hoof it also sets out at 10 a.m. An all-you-care-to-eat brunch donated by Moes Southwest Grill will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the beach, where music, volleyball, a hula-hoop contest and a scavenger hunt will also take place. Ride support ends at 3 p.m. Participation is limited to the first 600 registrants. For registration fees and forms and more information, visit www.naplespathways.org. Walk the walks and help community causesCOURTESY PHOTOThe Club at Sterling Oaks invites the public to a tennis open house including a demonstration clinic and adult round robin from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. Sign up for the free afternoon activities by calling 566-1800 or visiting www.SterlingOaksTennis.com. A limited number of new memberships are available.

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Dr. Adam Heller Neurologist Nola Theiss Former Mayor, City of Sanibel Stroke Survivor When patient Nola Theiss had a stroke, the quick actions of her husband and her medical team saved her life. Local EMS arrived at Nolas home on Sanibel within moments of receiving the call. Her trip to Gulf Coast Medical Center was quick, allowing medical personnel to stabilize her condition and start her on the road to recovery. Today, Nola works full-time with a charity that she launched several years ago, with no visible eects of the stroke. To read more of Nolas story, please visit: www.LeeMemorial.org/caring ., .www.LeeMemorial.org Gulf Coast Medical Center has earned the American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association Get With the Guidelines Stroke Silver Plus Award

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA36 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 TO YOUR HEALTH Parkinsons patients and caregivers can find supportThanks to a grant from the Womens Philanthropic Fund of the Community Foundation of Collier County, the Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida Inc. is able to offer free respite care to those who care for a loved one with Parkinsons disease. PASFI also holds exercise, speech and art therapy classes at locations in Naples and Bonita Springs for those who suffer from Parkinsons disease. Support programs for families and caregivers are also offered, and various opportunities are available for volunteers at PASFI headquarters, 2950 Tamiami Trail N. Also, an anonymous donor has offered to cover the costs of PASFI members taking part in a program at Naples Equestrian Challenge. A one-time, free workshop about Parkinsons Medication Dos and Donts will be presented by Dr. Daniel Deutschman at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at the United Church of Marco Island, 320 North Barfield Drive. Continuing education credit will be available for mental health professionals provided by the Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida. Space is limited, and registration is required.To sign up for any of the above or for more information about services and programs offered by PASFI, call Executive Director Ruth Hubing at 417-3465, e-mail pasfied@aol.com or visit www.PASFi.org. Marco bank presents Health Plus lecturesIberiaBank has partnered with Physicians Regional Healthcare System to host the Health Plus lecture series at the banks Marco Island branch. The first lecture set for 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, and will feature cardiologist and vein specialist Julian Javier in a discussion about the latest treatment options for vein diseases, including schlerotherapy and laser therapy procedures that can eliminate varicose and spider veins. Orthopedic surgeon Frederick Buechel will be the guest speaker on Tuesday, Feb. 28. All are welcome, but seating is limited and reservations are required. Call 403-5169. BY SHAYNA BROUKERUniversity of FloridaA new study In Norway found that insomnia can increase the risk of heart attacks. The 11-year study of more than 50,000 Norwegian adults found that those who had trouble falling asleep most nights over the period of a month had a 45 percent higher risk of heart attacks. People who had trouble staying asleep had a 30 percent increase in heart attack risk. And waking up groggy in the a.m. more than once a week was linked with a 27 percent greater chance of having a heart attack. Its not the first study to suggest a link between sleep and blood pressure. Researchers in Greece found that waiting an hour to snooze after eating decreased the risk of stroke by two-thirds. More studies are needed to pin down the connection between sufficient sleep and a healthy heart, but scientists think it may have something to do with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition that causes sufferers to temporarily stop breathing during slumber, and its a risk factor for heart disease, too. The periodic interruption of sweet slumber can create a vicious cycle of extreme drowsiness. So what can you do if sleep seems to escape you at night? Make sure to establish a bedtime routine to wind down from the day. Drink some tea, turn off electronics and dim the lights. Ban blue lights from TVs, alarm clocks and cell phones in the bedroom. Limit naps to 20 minutes, finish exercising three hours before bed and avoid caffeine in the afternoon. If nothing eases your insomnia, talk to a doctor. It may be a sign of an underlying problem, like depression or asthma. Getting a solid seven to eight hours of sleep time will keep you and your heart healthy. HEALTHY LIVINGSleeplessness can spike heart attack risk Even in todays rapidly changing environment, the special bond between patient and physician remains the core connection in delivering quality health care. I was vividly reminded of this as I read a recent correspondence between patient Mollie Ottina and Dr. Ashley Tunkle, both of who gave me permission to share their communication after I had the pleasure of making the referral. Heres what Ms. Ottina wrote: Dear Allen, What a find is Ashley Tunkle! Thank you so very much for asking her to accept me as a patient. I know now that when I am sick I am going to have a doctor who will see me and who will care about me. She is thoughtful, considerate, caring, very intelligent and observant and so young and vibrant. To find all these qualities in a single physician is rather close to a miracle. She is the proven product of your comments about the NCH medical staff in your recent Straight Talk column. I only spent around 20 minutes with her, but I could not believe that she took the time to learn about my medical history and to show that she cares. For the first time in my life, I wrote a letter to a doctor telling her how much it means to me that she will be my doctor. I am sure she will keep up with each and every one of the specialists I see to be sure that she always knows my total medical picture My deep and sincere thanks, Mollie. For a hospital administrator, it doesnt get much better than that kind of praise for a caring physician. In her note, Ms. Ottina also alluded to the new reality in modern health care: a patients relationship with additional specialists beyond the primary physician. Todays more sophisticated system introduces patients to many highly trained, highly educated and highly caring specialists, each focused on one particular aspect of care Beyond relationships with these specialists, a patient comes in contact with physician assistants, nurse practitioners and a host of other well-meaning and well-trained associates who assist in so many important ways. Obviously, with the introduction of more sophisticated technology, including electronic medical records, the responsibility for all of us to remain high touch in an increasingly hightech world has become more challenging. Comforting with compassion and care remains our mandate, from the time a person enters an office waiting room, like at our Naples Heart Institute, to the moment his illness subsides and they receive palliative care from people like Gwen Kolegue and her colleagues. Each of us at NCH has a duty to ensure that our patients receive the most knowledgeable, attentive and empathetic care we can offer. In so doing, we will guarantee that those we care for truly stay connected to NCH. Dr. Allen Weiss is the president and CEO of NCH Healthcare Systems. STRAIGHT TALKQuality care still depends on patient-physician bonds allenWEISSallen.weiss@nchmd.org Javier

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Call now for a FREE INFORMATION SESSION239.768.6396 | www.PhysiciansRehabilitation.com After years of back pain due to stenosis and compressed disc problems, I was referred to Physicians Rehabilitation. Their excellent treatment plan brought results within two weeks! Continued treatment made my pain disappear. They are a life saver! -JSLife is too short to live in pain. Call us now for a free consultation! No drugs, just gentle spinal decompression treatments, so comfortable, you may fall asleep! Physical and Decompression Therapy is a PROVEN effective treatment for conditions such as... Decompression Therapy is a Proven Spinal Non-Invasive Treatment! STOPBack & Neck Pain Now! WE OFFER: AND NEW GENESIS 3 TABLE We are Medicare providers and accept most insurance plans. NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 NEWS A37 TO YOUR HEALTH Blood center needs Type O donationsThe Community Blood Center is in urgent need of Type O blood to replenish reserves in Collier County. Donors of all blood types are urged to give now, as demand increases during the winter/ spring season. Donate at the following Community Blood Center locations: Naples: 311 Ninth St. N., on the first floor of the NCH Medical Plaza. Complimentary valet parking for all blood donors. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday; and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday. Call 436-5455. Bonita Springs: 9170 Bonita Beach Road, in Sunshine Plaza. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Thursdays and Fridays. Call 495-1138. For a list of Community Blood Center bloodmobile locations and times, visit www.givebloodcbc.org.Yoga, meditation offered for vetsInstructor Dina Radcliffe will begin a series of free yoga and meditation to help military veterans alleviate symptoms of stress and enhance their health and well being. Hour-long classes take place at 1 p.m. Wednesdays at the Golden Gate Community Center. Although participation is free, space is limited and reservations are required. Call Ms. Radcliffe at 280-9095.Lighthouse classes for visually impairedLighthouse of Collier Center for Blindness and Vision Loss and the Florida Division of Blind Services offer programs to help blind and visually impaired be independent in Collier. For more information, call 430-3934 or visit www.lighthouseofcollier.org.Free counseling for caregiversCaregivers of seniors who are experiencing stress from changing life circumstances can obtain free peer counseling from the Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida. Counseling is coordinated by Margot Escott, a licensed clinical social worker with MHASWFL. Call 261-5405 or e-mail mescott@mhaswfl.org.Free seminars at Physicians RegionalThe following free seminars are coming up at Physicians Regional-Pine Ridge, 6101 Pine Ridge Road: Skin Cancer: What You Should Know, by dermatologist Robert Tomsick at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25. New Tools to Identify Sports Concussions, by neurologist Michael Finkel at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26. For more information or registration, call 348-4180 or visit www.physiciansregional.com/events. Class will introduce pet owners to animal assisted therapyThe Brody Project for Animal Assisted Therapy hosts The Delta Society Pet Partners Team Training Course for pet owners interested in becoming certified animal assisted therapy volunteers. The course takes place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 21-22, in the Northern Trust building at 4001 Tamiami Trail N. Cost is $75 per person, including the Pet Partners manual. For families sharing a book (i.e., parent and child or a couple), the cost is $100. Participants do not bring their pets. Prerequisite skills required of pets will be outlined, and animal and handler team evaluations will be scheduled after owners successfully complete the Pet Partners course. For more information or to enroll in the Pet Partners training, contact instructor Judy Peter at (941) 764-0303 or via e-mail at Pete22roc@aol.com. For information about the Brody Project, visit www.TheBrodyProject.org, and for the Delta Society visit www.DeltaSociety.org. Dogs have their day in the GardenPeople and their canine companions are invited to explore Naples Botanical Garden at the third annual Dog Day in the Garden from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, with canine-focused activities, demonstrations, programs and vendor showcases. Heres the schedule: 10 a.m. Doggy yoga (bring leash and mat), Luminaire Foto booth and doggy Foto contest 11 a.m. Canine protection demonstration, activities and crafts for kids 11:30 a.m. Collier County narcotics-sniffing canine demonstration; noon, doggy ice-cream eating contest 1 p.m. Agility course and demonstration 1:15 p.m. Doggy talent contest 2:30 p.m. Doggy fashion show This years Top Dog sponsor is Olde Naples Animal Wellness Center, with additional support from Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida, Bamboo Caf, Florida Weekly, Petco and Sabal Palm Animal Hospital.Participating vendors and organizations include: Brookes Legacy, Collier County Domestic Animal Services, For Footed Friends, Grey Muzzle, Humane Society Naples, Love Yoga Studio, Lucky Dog Company, Luminaire Foto, North Naples Fire Department, Paws for Love, Pucci and Catana Pet Boutique, Shady Palm Pub, Tastebuds Custom Catering, The Brody Project, The Collier County Sheriffs Office and the Lucky Dog Company.Admission is $12.95 for adults and $7.95 for ages 4-14 and non-member dogs. Kids under 4, Garden members and member dogs are admitted free. Dogs and their owners can return to the Garden every Sunday from 9-11 a.m., Tuesday from 8-11 a.m. and Thursday from 3-5 p.m. For more information, visit www.naplesgarden.org.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA38 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 PET TALES pets of the week To adopt or foster a pet This weeks pets are from Collier County Domestic Animal Services. Adoption fees for cats are $60 and dogs are $85 and include sterilization surgery, vaccinations, pet license, ID microchip and a bag of food. Visit DAS at 7610 Davis Blvd. from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday. For more information, call 252-7387 or visit www. colliergov.net/pets. >> Dewey is a cocker spaniel mix whos about 2 years old. Handsome and friendly, hes 16-pound sweetie who loves to run, fetch and go for walks on his leash and likes people, cats and other dogs.>> Tango is a sweeter-thanmarmalade guy whos about a year old. Hes an affectionate cuddler who gets along with everyone.>> Shanti is a tricolor beagle mix whos not quite 2 years old. She weighs about 22 pounds and has a happy temperament around people, cats and other dogs, too.>> Star is a pretty tuxedo girl whos 6 months old and loves being held and petted. BY DR. MARTY BECKERUniversal UclickWhen you pick up a prescription from your veterinarian, do you know that its likely a people med your pet is getting? Its true! Aside from fleaand tick-control products and some non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, most of the medications your pets receive are crossovers from human medicine. And when I say most, I mean almost all. Some 80 to 90 percent of the drugs used in veterinary medicine come from human medicine. This so-called off-label use of human drugs allows veterinarians to treat medical conditions (and species) that arent always priorities for drug companies when it comes to developing and selling medications. Some of the medications may be used for different health conditions in animals than in people. For years Id get raised eyebrows when talking about dogs prescribed Viagra (in dogs, it can be used to treat a heart condition) or Botox (used to treat problems caused by deep skin folds in some dogs). More routinely (and less surprisingly) prescribed are human antibiotics, anti-anxiety medications and many other drugs that pretty much treat the same issues in both people and pets. The practice of veterinary medicine is challenging, thats for sure. We have to work with multiple species, none of whom can say, It hurts here, Doc! And we have to know more about pharmacology than our physician counterparts. After all, in human medicine, all drugs are FDA-approved, meaning that they have undergone significant scrutiny for safety and efficacy but only in one species: ours. The guidelines for use are fairly clear. But when a veterinarian believes a particular human medication can help an animal, shell prescribe based on information thats often not quite as regulated with regard to its use in animals. This has been the case for decades, of course, but the practice has only really been legal since 1994, when Congress passed the Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarification Act regulating the conditions under which off-label use is acceptable. Even before the legislation was in place, however, there was a working system for prescribing human drugs to pets. Veterinarians relied on peer-reviewed studies, clinical trials and published formularies that included suggestions for safe uses and dosages of human medications given to companion animals. Today, with the legal issues cleared up, veterinarians and their patients have more options and better access to medications. Veterinarians have always been glad to provide in-house pharmaceutical services, and general pharmacists, too, have usually been willing to fill prescriptions written by vets. But recently, online retailers and specialty pharmacists have recognized that pets are an expansion market. These developments open the door to even more changes, including discussions on generic meds and walking out of your veterinarians practice with a prescription instead of a pill bottle. Chances are you wont be taking a prescription for Viagra or Botox with you the next time you go to the veterinarians office, but you should still talk with the doctor about your pets treatment options. A good veterinarian will discuss what medications your pet will need, tell you what screening tests may be required for safety beforehand, what side effects to look for after you get home and answer all your questions before you go. Your veterinarian should also encourage you to call with questions or concerns. Good communication, after all, is as important a part of good medicine as, well, medicine. The lid may say animal, but chances are your pets medication is something your own doctor would prescribe.Botox for petsNearly all drugs for animals are crossovers from human medicine

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BUSINESS & REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES BSECTIONWEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 The Big 10Celebrating with The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, and more good business events. B9-10-11 INSIDE House HuntingContemporary lines define a waterfront residence at Miromar Lakes. B13 On the MoveSee whos going where, doing what on the local business front. B4 Florida Gulf Coast University hosts the 13th annual Entrepreneurs Law School presented by the Small Business Development Center at FGCU on Saturday, Jan. 28. Sponsored by Pavese Law Firm, Relevanza, Wells Fargo, Markham Norton Moesteller Wright & Company and Great Florida Insurance, the workshop gives small business owners and entrepreneurs a chance to ask questions and hear from area attorneys about small business legal issues. The day begins at 8:30 a.m. with continental breakfast provided by Costco, and the first sessions start at 9 a.m. Attendees will choose from tracks of 50 minutes each on subjects including: Which Entity is Right for your Business, presented by Jon Skelton, Pavese Law Firm; Building a Business with Proper Planning, Carmen Dellutri, The Dellutri Law Firm; Contract Negotiations and Incorporating Employment Law into your Small Business, Christina Harris Schwinn, Pavese Law Firm; Business Succession Planning, Mary Vlasak Snell, Pavese Law Firm; Everything Legal: Stump the Attorney, Donna Flammang, Brennan, Manna & Diamond; Distressed Property Options and Workouts, Mary Sanders, Sanders Law Firm; and The Business Owners Guide to Commercial Leases, presented by the Law Offices of Holly E. Crosby, P.A. After lunch, a panel discussion will take place on the effects of small business bankruptcy from a legal, tax, finance and insurance perspective. Panelists include Eric Molina, Pavese Law Firm; Barbara Melvin, Wells Fargo; Reggie Blackmon, Great Florida Insurance; and Joni Norton, Markham, Norton, Moesteller, Wright & Company, P.A. Business owners often come to the SBDC for confidential business consulting and have legal questions, says Suzanne Specht, assistant director of the SBDC and program coordinator for the annual Entrepreneurs Law School. This workshop is a great opportunity for them to meet and consult a variety of attorneys on the different legal matters. Registration in advance is $99 and includes breakfast and lunch. Cost on the day of the workshop will be $199. Register at www.sbdc-lawschool.com or call 745-3700 for more information. Entrepreneurs Law School for small business ownersSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________ BY NANCI THEORETntheoret@ oridaweekly.comART IS MORE THAN JUST PRETTY PAINTINGS hung on a gallery wall, a sculpture in a public plaza or a play or concert at a local theater. Its an essential part of a community, contributing $271 million to the economies of Charlotte and Collier counties alone, based, respectively, on fourand eight-year-old studies. Factor in time and the results of a yet-undetermined impact in Lee County that will unveiled this summer, and the economic impact could come close to the $1 billion mark in the tri-county Southwest Florida region. The impact of nonprofit arts and cultural groups to Lee Countys economy will be released this summer as part of a collaborative study by Americans for the Arts and the Alliance for the Arts, which last year culled data from 127 nonprofit organizations, including traditional venues and organizations like galleries, theaters and concert venues as well as community cultural centers and advocacy agencies. Its the most comprehensive study ever done in Lee County, says Lydia Black, executive director of the 900-member alliance. It will tell us our return on investment for the arts. Similar studies in Charlotte and Collier demonstrated an impact of $21 million and $250 million, respectively Galleries, theaters and art fests bring in big bucks SEE ART SCENE, B8 Packed houses(mean packed pockets)DORIT FISHER / COURTESY IMAGEA near-capacity audience at the Florida Repertory Theatre in downtown Fort Myers.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB2 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Judge Jed S. Rakoff, Southern District of New York Federal Court, stands alone against: the Securities and Exchange Commission; the prestigious law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; and their client, the once mighty but now too-big-to-fail bank, Citigroup. As to the specifics of the standoff: the SEC sued Citigroup in October 2011 for selling $1 billion in mortgage-backed CDOs while secretly shorting the securities, which one Citigroup trader allegedly called a collection of dog s---. Shortly after filing, the parties agreed to settle, but Judge Rakoff refused to sign off on the deal, blasting the SEC in a blistering ruling for letting the megabank settle for pocket change without admitting wrongdoing (Courthouse News Service, Dec. 29, 2011). This case is unique and of high interest for numerous reasons. First, this litigation could become the first subprime mortgage case in which fraud is admitted. Prior to Judge Rakoffs stance, James Cox, a securities law professor at Duke University, aptly lamented, Were never going to put a face on this (2007-2008) crisis. Its going to be the crisis of anonymity (Bloomberg, Jan. 3, 2011, The Top SEC, Settlements of 2011 by Joel Stonington). Second, the judges refusal is precedent setting. Per a Dec. 15, 2011 SEC press release, the SEC claims that, the courts new standard is at odds with decades of court decisions that have upheld similar settlements by federal and state agencies across the country. In fact, courts have routinely approved settlements in which a defendant does not admit or even expressly denies liability (http://sec.gov/news/press/2011/2011265.htm). The SEC statement about routine approval of its settlements is so very unfortunately true. In fact, the SEC filed a record 735 enforcement actions in 2011 and collected $2.8 billion in settlements (Bloomberg, Jan. 3, 2011, The Top SEC Settlements of 2011). The diversified portfolio of settlements included: foreign bribery; Ponzi schemes; insider trading; municipal bond underwriting fraud; backdating executives options; and heavy emphasis in sub-prime mortgage crisis fraud. Notable 2011 SEC settlements include: the former CEO of Countrywide Financial, Angelo Mozilo (charged to have misled investors about subprime loans while unloading personal stock and options worth $139 million); and JP Morgan Securities (charged with misleading investors in a complex mortgage deal). Egregious but settled. Third, if Citigroup winds up admitting fraud (or in trial, is convicted of fraud), well then the individual investor can make additional filings against Citigroup for more financial relief without incurring the hefty cost of proving such fraud! Now, finally, the little guy might have a chance at taking on the behemoth and being made whole. Fourth, the judge, in my opinion, didnt like how the SEC cut the settlement pie. Per Courthouse News Service, Shortly after filing, the parties (SEC and Citigroup) agreed to settle for $285 million, with $95 million going to the victims. It seems the investor, who was the party wronged and who is due the money, gets pocket change, per Judge Rakoff. So the SECs idea of fair allocation is big bucks ($190 million) to the U.S. government which some would protest is grotesquely high compensation for having failed proper oversight in 2007-2008 period. Of course, the SEC spins it differently as in it is the champion of the wronged, small investor. The SEC claims, per its Dec 15, 2011, press release, In cases such as this, a settlement puts money back in the pockets of harmed investors without years of courtroom delay and without the twin risks of losing at trial or winning but recovering less than the settlement amount risks that always exist no matter how strong the evidence is in a particular case. Beyond all this, there are fascinating twists and turns to this story. The following quotes are taken from the Courthouse News Service column; they barely do justice to that columns coverage of the SECs and counsels heavy-handed actions. So consider a full reading. Meanwhile, here is my simplified version. After rejecting the settlement, the Judge set a summer trial date. The SEC didnt like the response and went about trying to get a stay from the Court of Appeals but done in a misleading way. Per Judge Rakoffs writings to the Court: At approximately 4:20 p.m., the Court of Appeals granted the SECs request for a temporary stay. Virtually simultaneously, at 4:21 p.m., this court, totally unaware of any of the filings in the Court of Appeals, issued its Memorandum Order denying the stay. The Court of Appeals therefore rendered its decision without having received this courts memorandum order and having before it only the materially misleading papers of the SEC. You dont have to be a lawyer to know that this judge is mighty perturbed by the lack of forthrightness.Continue to look for news coverage and a continuance of this exciting story. Jeannette Showalter, CFA is a commodities broker with Worldwide Futures Systems, 571-8896. For midweek commentaries, write to showalter@ww fsyst ems.com. An investment in futures contracts is speculative, involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for persons who can assume the risk of loss in excess of their margin deposits. You should carefully consider whether futures trading is appropriate for you. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. 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Beachfront Gordon Driveis exceptional South Naples beachfront residence is the personication of the much admired and beloved individual who commissioned its construction. e home is nished with engaging attention to detail. $14,000,000 Port Royal Nelsons WalkAbsolutely magnificent environmental views of Naples Bay. Two and one-half platted Port Royal lots with approximately 509 feet (per plat) on the water. Properties may be purchased separately. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $12,500,000 Port Royal Cutlass LanePerhaps, the nest waterfront property in all of Naples. Designed by architect Jerry De Gennaro and built by Newbury North Associates. A perfect combination of New England and Old Florida style architecture. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $10,800,000 Port Royal Nelsons WalkSensational vistas from this stunning residence situated on two Port Royal lots with expansive water frontage. Beautiful Southern exposure facing the conuence of Naples Bay and the picturesque inland waterways leading to Rookery Bay and the pristine coastal estuaries. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $10,900,000Port Royal Galleon DriveTwo and one-half Port Royal lots overlooking Naples Bay with multiple building opportunities. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $14,975,000Beachfront 13th Avenue SouthA real opportunity is presented for a buyer to take advantage of a very private entrance, leading to this unimproved beachfront property that can some day become a private residence with magnicent Gulf views and no public roads on either side your secret beachfront home just minutes from ird Street South. Price upon request. CAMPBELL & PREBISH, LLC Real Estate Professionalswww.CampbellPrebish.comNaples most exceptional selections.CAMPBELL & PREBISH, LLC | Real Estate Professionals1167 THIRD STREET SOUTH | SUITE 209 | NAPLES, FL 34102 | P. 239.357.6628 | F. 262.4601WWW.CAMPBELLPREBISH.COM Horse Creek Naples, Florida One of the most superb and uniquely located equestrian properties in America. Price upon request. Port Royal Spyglass LaneCommanding views over Treasure Cove from this magnicent estate home situated on one and one-half Port Royal lots. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $9,450,000 Port Royal Rum RowWith captivating long water views of Galleon Cove, this beautiful Costa del Sol architectural masterpiece captures the essence of Floridas indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Located on one and one-half Port Royal lots, this ve bedroom home is designed for glorious water views. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $6,850,000

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We are a direct lender offering the following loan products: Making dreams come true... SW Floridas Fastest Growing Mortgage Bank! NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB4 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Awards & Recognition B-Squared Advertising won silver awards from the National Association of Home Builders for Best Brochure, Best Display of Community Branding and Best Color Advertisement, all created for Moraya Bay in Naples. The awards mean the Naples-based advertising, marketing and public relations firm qualifies for the International Association of Home Builders awards that will be announced in February. Kathleen Bridget Sullivan has been named the January Designer of Distinction at Miromar Design Center. The principal designer of Naplesbased Kathleen Bridget Sullivan Interiors, she is a national and Naples chapter member of the Interior Design Society. She has worked on the HGTV Designer Challenge, designed rooms for the Newport Design Show House and participated in the Design Home featured in Boston Magazine. Recent residential projects include homes in communities in Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero. PHOTO Banking John Tenney has joined Shamrock Bank of Florida as vice president, loan officer. Originally from Ludington Mich., he has been in Southwest Florida for the nine years and most recently was with Fifth Third Bank of Florida. He studied finance at Western Michigan University. Board Appointments Paul Belfore, senior vice president and private banking manager for Iberia Bank, has been appointed to the advisory board of Eden Autism Services. Mr. Belfore is also a member of the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile advisory board and volunteers as a youth basketball coach at YMCA of the Palms. He has a degree in economics from Allegheny College and is a Certified Retirement Services professional.Christopher Marsala an attorney with the law firm Cardillo, Keith & Bonaquist, P.A., has been elected to the board of directors of the FGCU Eagles Club, a support organization for Florida Gulf Coast Universitys athletic program. Cyndee Woolley, a Naples-based public relations, community outreach and social media consultant, is chair-elect for 2012 for the Public Relations Society of America-Sunshine District. She is a past president of the Gulf Coast Chapter of PRSA, a past-president of the Public Relations Marketing and Advertising Association of Collier County, chair of the Farm City BBQ and a member of the 2012 class of Leadership Collier. She will cochair the PRSA Sunshine District leadership development program called QuickStart.William Raveis, chairman and CEO of William Raveis Real Estate and Home Services, has joined the board of trustees of the Guadalupe Center. Mr. Raveis career includes positions with United Technology and Westinghouse International, where he was responsible for Westinghouses computer systems and worldwide operations. In 1974 he opened William Raveis Real Estate and Home Services in Fairfield, Conn. The company now includes William Raveis Mortgage, William Raveis Insurance and William Raveis Attorney Network.Deborah Russell, principal with Cummings & Lockwood LLC, has joined the board of directors of the Naples Historical Society, bringing expertise in estate planning, charitable gift planning and trust and estate administration. Chamber of Commerce Cotrenia Hood has been named vice president for business development for the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. A graduate of Southeastern University, Ms. Hood has served the chamber as an account executive for the past year and has also managed the chambers Council for International Visitors in Collier. Prior to joining the chamber, she was director of membership for the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce in Covington, La. From 1994-2007, Ms. Hood was artistic director and choreographer for the American All-Star Company, which developed themes, managed dancers and managed productions for seven Superbowls. Insurance Ruth Villanueva has been promoted to customer concierge, a new position at Ted Todd Insurance Agency. Ms. Villanueva is originally from Lima, Peru, and has been with the agency for four years, most recently as an agency manager. Nonpro t Organizations Dottie Giles has joined the staff at the Naples Historical Society as museum coordinator.Ellen Fischer, already a staff member at the Naples Historical Society, has taken on new responsibilities as program coordinator. Rosanne Winter, Ph.D., has been named executive director at Youth Haven. She succeeds Ron McSwiney, who retired in December. Dr. Winter has held leadership positions in public and private school systems in Ohio, California, Virginia and Florida. She served as the district-wide director of instructional technology for Fairfax County, Va., public schools before moving to Naples, where she was principal of Naples High School from 2004-06. Most recently she has worked as a consultant in organizational improvement. She has taught in psychiatric hospitals and residential treatment centers. She earned bachelors and masters degrees from Kent State University and a doctorate from George Mason University in Virginia. Belfore Woolley Villanueva Winter Hood Sullivan Tenney Marsala ON THE MOVE

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Port Royal Fort Charles DriveSpectacular long water view estate site. Close to the Port Royal Club. Expansive lot and one-half creates a large building envelope along Morgans Cove. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $5,900,000Aqualane Shores 8th Street SouthWonderfully designed by Stot Cooney Architects, this home captures the true essence of cottage living while providing the nest of modern day conveniences.e home is situated on an extraordinarily deep, Western exposure lot, which provides the owner with expansive green spaces and open vistas to the wide waters of Flamingo Cove. $4,990,000Old Naples 14th Avenue SouthPerhaps one of the nest locations on the navigable waters abutting Old Naples. is Southern exposure waterfront bungalow and the lush tropical gardens which surround are nestled just one block to the historic 3rdStreet South shopping and dining district. $1,750,000Old Naples 3rd Street NorthJust steps to the beach and nestled in the heart of Old Naples, this stylish single-story home sits among lush tropical gardens that include mature mahogany, palm and citrus trees. e home was substantially rebuilt in 2007, including a new master suite addition. Large rooms feature French doors that open to a private patio and garden areas. $2,475,000Gulf Shore Blvd. CondominiumUnique vistas are had from the main living areas and sizable bedrooms of this beautifully updated Admiralty Point II condominium. Admiralty Points unique setting along the North bank of Doctors Pass and its on-site amenities are among the nest in the Moorings. $674,000 Port Royal Kings Town DriveDramatic views over Treasure Cove from this architectural masterpiece designed by renowned architect Kasimir Korybut. Elegant, yet comfortable, tropical living. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $5,950,000CAMPBELL & PREBISH, LLC | Real Estate Professionals1167 THIRD STREET SOUTH | SUITE 209 | NAPLES, FL 34102 | P. 239.357.6628 | F. 262.4601WWW.CAMPBELLPREBISH.COM Sancerre, A Condominium Unit 401e turquoise Gulf waters, the ebullient palms, and the fresh white sand merge in the minds eye with the soft palette of interior nishes. Eortless living with available concierge services. $4,290,000 Port Royal Galleon Driveis enchanting Port Royal residence oers a tropical motif, including rich wood nishes, stone ooring, and tongue and groove ceiling treatments. ere are direct views of Limpkin Cove with ample green space for gardening and outdoor entertaining. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $3,450,000 Port Royal Rum RowBeautiful western exposure on Rum Row with inspiring multidirectional views of Man of War Cove and Hidden Bay. Substantial building envelope. Terric safe harbor, no bridge access to the Gulf of Mexico. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $4,240,000Port Royal Cutlass LaneCutlass Cove is a coveted address by people who appreciate its safe harbor, proximity to Gordon Pass, and its membership eligibility to join not only the Port Royal Club but, in addition, the Cutlass Cove Beach Club. e size of the property permits a substantial building envelope with sought after southwest exposure. $3,850,000Grey Oaks Day Lily PlaceSouthern exposure site with panoramic views over the 8th fairway of the renowned Pine Course. A substantial building envelope nestled in the heart of the Estates section of Grey Oaks. Grey Oaks is recognized as one of the premier luxury golng communities in southwest Florida, oering world class amenities and ultimate privacy to its residents. $749,000 Port Royal Fort Charles Driveis property has beautiful panoramic views overlooking Morgans Cove, which, allows a substantial building envelope, and is one of the most desired areas of Port Royal as evidenced by the extraordinary quality of the homes recently built around it. Port Royal Club membership eligibility. $5,295,000 CAMPBELL & PREBISH, LLC Real Estate Professionalswww.CampbellPrebish.comNaples most exceptional selections.

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Sorry, we cant provide individual financial advice. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y w a Im u ral, and a ins, n d a i t c d o m i p b b u y a p Ame r Who a m Know with Fooli youll be en nifty prize! BUSINESS MEETINGS A Job Search Support Group meets from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. Contact Karen Klukiewicz at kluk77@comcast.net or visit www.napleschamber.org. Partner 4 Performance, a networking group for small business owners, meets from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second Thursday and from 8:30-10 a.m. on the fourth Thursday of every month at Patrics in Mission West Plaza. Cost is $10, plus $12 for the lunch meeting. For more information, call 948-0050 or visit www.partner4performance.com. PRACC, Public Relations, Marketing and Advertising Professionals of Collier County, starts the new year with a media panel discussion Thursday, Jan. 19, at McCormick & Schmicks. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Sign up by e-mailing info@ PRACC.org or by calling the message line at 436-2105. The PC Business Users Group will hear about The Latest in Technology from a representative of Best Buy from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Naples Regional Library, 650 Central Ave. For more information, visit www.PCBUG.com. The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce holds its first Business After 5 of the New Year from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, at Naples Day Surgery at the NCH downtown campus, 311 Ninth St. N. Attendees will tour one of the first and largest outpatient surgery centers in the area. Register at www.napleschamber. org/events. The Public Relations Society of America-Gulf Coast Chapter meets at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jam. 24, at the Hilton Naples. Guest speaker and professional organizer Marla Ottenstein will discuss The Key to Success: Get Organized. Ms. Ottenstein will offer tips on how to organize your clients by organizing yourself. Cost is $24 for PRSA members, $29 for non-members and $15 for students. Reservations must be made by Jan. 20. Sign up at www.gulfcoastprsa.org or call Denyse Mesnik, chapter president, at 659-7303. Leadership Collier Foundation alumni will meet for a box lunch and hear from Naples Mayor-elect John Sorey beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Professional Development Center at 615 Third Ave. S. Graduates of Leadership Collier, Growing Associates In Naples and the Leadership Institute are welcome. Cost is $10. Sign up at www.napleschamber. org/events. The East Naples Merchants Association meets for Business After Business at 5:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month. For location and more information, call 435-9410 or 643-3600.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB8 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 a number Elaine Hamilton, executive director of the United Arts Council of Collier County, says has likely doubled since the studys completion eight years ago. Its definitely half a billion now. As part of the Lee County study, the alliance surveyed 1,000 audience members and participants at 50 small and large venues and events. We asked about any costs associated with the arts what they spent for dinner and a show, if they bought a dress, paid a babysitter or bought gas, says Ms. Black. What was interesting to us was the diversity of ZIP codes. There were more folks than we expected from out of town, from Collier and Charlotte, at small local events. We were pleased to see that in some of the data collected. We learned theres a large group of tourism coming in our direction because of the arts and culture. We were also surprised by some of the organizations we didnt know, and are getting to know better. Nationally, the nonprofit arts and culture industry generates $63.1 billion in spending by organizations and an additional $103.1 billion in event-related spending by their audiences, according to Americans for the Arts. The Alliance for the Arts has previously delved into the impact of the arts in Fort Myers as part of the redevelopment of the historic River District, says Ms. Black. In 2010 24 arts-related organizations in Fort Myers had a combined $10 million budget, employed more than 100 fulland 200 part-time staff and pumped money into local government and businesses through taxes, supplies, marketing and other business needs. An arts and prosperity survey conducted five years ago showed a $7 return on every dollar spent on the arts. The arts are not just entertainment value, but important for the economic recovery for a community, Ms. Black says. Its not just big venues like the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall or the Naples Philharmonic adding to the economic impact. Smaller groups barbershop quartets in Naples, a community center in Alva and quilting clubs in Englewood also contribute to the regions bottom line. Whether large or lean, organizations and individual artists are adapting to the economic downturn by reducing ticket prices or producing smaller, less expensive artwork, says Ms. Hamilton. The Naples Players has had 90 percent capacity the past three years despite the recession. Arts groups are also collaborating to offer joint events fundraisers and friend-raisers that provide an opportunity for people to be exposed to the arts, says Ms. Black. The Alliance for the Arts partnered with ArtFest Fort Myers, the Florida Rep and other arts agencies for Novembers second annual Taste of the Arts, one of many Southwest Florida events designed to promote the arts. The three-day ArtFest in February brings the gallery to the streets of downtown, exposing residents and visitors to 200 artists that often dont participate in other area arts fairs. The event, says executive director Sharon McAllister, is about bringing the arts experience to the public. Our creative ability to do things impacts the community, she says. By living in this community leaders of the arts organization bring talent to the community, people like (Florida Rep producing artistic director) Robert Cacioppo or Lydia Black. Could you imagine what our community would be like without people like Robert, Lydia or myself? In Charlotte County, nonprofit arts organizations generated $21 million in economic stimulation in 2008, says Judy Malbuisson, executive director of the Arts and Humanities Council of Charlotte County, a consortium of arts, culture, social and civic groups. We describe ourselves as the chamber of the arts, she says. Our mission is to promote what our members are doing, bring people to the arts and arts to the people. The council backs events like Art Sensation, photography expos, plein air festivals and the Visual Arts Centers biennial national art show, and works with the Military Heritage Museum and Charlotte Symphony. It was also instrumental in launching Frontier Days and Empty Bowls, an annual fundraiser that fights hunger and introduces newcomers to ceramics. Both events were started with grants from the council, says Ms. Malbuisson. Groups promoting the arts have also had to slash budgets as the elimination of federal grants increased competition for those remain. It used to be that we would receive one grant for every 10 we applied for. Now its one out of 20, says Ms. Hamilton, whose organization is also funded by membership fees and donations. Our county has 59 nonprofit groups and 100 galleries and artists studios. Weve lost some because of the economy but weve grown in seven years. The arts were on of the factors that influenced me to live here. Southwest Florida a melting pot of transplanted residents from other places tends to encourage a more personal, hands-on experience with the arts that in turn multiples its impact on residents and community. Im from New York, and you went to the museum, the theater or a concert, says Ms. Malbuisson. Here, you can get involved. I call this the greenhouse of the arts. When I was with the Charlotte Players, people auditioned who had masters degrees in theater but became a nurse to pay bills. There were people who had never been on stage before and were starring in shows a couple of years later. Art is like everything to a community just as infrastructure and a good healthcare system, says Ms. McAllister. If you dont have good symphonies, theaters and visual arts, people wont move here or raise their children here. The people you need for a strong community will not live where there isnt art or culture. ART SCENEFrom page 1 COURTESY PHOTOSArtFest Fort Myers brings tens of thousands of people to downtown Fort Myers every year. The crowd spends money on art, but also at nearby restaurants and shops. BLACK COURTESY PHOTOSAbove and right: The 2011 Ole Art & Jazz Festival at Lely Resort.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 BUSINESS B9 NETWORKING We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.Clive Daniel Home hosts the Naples Press Club BOB RAYMOND / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 Tamra Nashman, Clive Lubner and Lisa Fleming 2 Barbara Miller and David Spencer 3 Maire Peters and Melody Bales 4. Jack Mehaffey and Philip Beuth 5. Arnold Klinsky 7. John McKerrow, Rhona Saunders and Donna FialaWake Up Naples with the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce BERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 2 3 6 5 4 1 4 2 5 6 3 1 Jennifer Edwards with Kevin Brachle, Dwight Brock and Michael Calow 2 Cyndee Woolley, Alys Roark and Theo Etzel 3 Michael Wynn 4. Susan Mullen, Cheryl McDonnall, Indira Maharaj and Jennifer Edwards 5. Cindy Booker and Mary Burr 6. Indira Maharaj and Carla Channell

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB10 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 NETWORKING We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.Celebrating 10 years at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort 1 Jessica Paletsky and Linda Barker 2 Orly Stotts and Sean Nolan 3. Betty Markovic and Nicole Geraghty 4. Amy Gravina, Jerry Thirion, Sharon Arnold and Patricia Murphy 5. Randy Smith and Sandra Pals 6. Kathy Swank and Andrea St. Cyr 7. Jan Miller and Debi DeBenedetto CHARLIE MCDONALD / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 5 7 3 6 Sally Masters, P.A.Broker Associate(239) 253-1579 Eagle CreekMLS #211500384 586 Eagle Creek Dr. $550,000 Eagle CreekMLS #211500432 401 Crestwood Lane. $518,000 Eagle CreekMLS #211514334 570 Eagle Creek Dr. $515,000 OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 BUSINESS B11 Denny Grimes, CRS, ABR, CDPE, MBA Serving SW Florida for 30 Y earsSTEP 1: We agree on a price and a deadline STEP 2: I sell your home at that price by the deadline or have it bought for cash! Certi ed Distressed Property ExpertIll Sell Your Home Guaranteed! Its that simple! Also, if my buyer is unhappy of charge. And remember If youre not satis ed, YOU CAN FIRE ME ANYTIME. That s a guarantee!NETWORKING We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.Young Professionals-Naples networking at The Ritz-Carlton 1 Caroline Allison and Marjorie McShand 2 Joe Jo Jennings, Jorian Weiner and Darryll Adams 3 Jennifer Alvarez, Charlie McDonald and Alexis Michelangelo 4. Brittany Marcotte, Mike Emmans, Elena Ramos and Deanna Desruisseaux 5. Kristian Lodge, Crystal Hoover and John Brown 6. Kevin Stanton and Christen Spake 7. Brian Beane and Nathan Jacobus 8. Petersen Harter and Chad Phipps 9. Peter Horan and Terry Daley CHARLIE MCDONALD / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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DAVID WILLIAM AUSTON, PA AMERIVEST REALTY | NAPLES, FL 239.280.5433 Call David Today or Visit www.DavidNaples.com Naples Luxury Real Estate Representing Sellers and Buyers of ROYAL HARBOR MEDITERRA FEATURING Built in 2007. 100 waterfront w/85 dock with 2 boat lifts. Naples Bay view. Southern exposure. 4,126 living sq ft. $2,499,000 Bank Owned! Professionally furnished and decorated estate home. Golf views. Never lived in. 4,630 sq ft. 4 bed+den, built 2005. $2,049,000 REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY B13WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Gracious outdoor living areas distinguish this waterfront home in Portofino at Miromar Lakes. A front entry courtyard introduces owners and guests to the calm, clean design of this London Bay Home. Another courtyard off the kitchen offers an outdoor respite with a serenity fountain and covered trellis. At the back of the home, the view through double French doors is of the pool and expansive outdoor living area complete with summer kitchen, fireplace and space for a private dock. Contemporary design lines accentuate a wide gallery that spans from the foyer, through the kitchen and into the living area, creating a space thats ideal for entertaining friends and family. In 3,343 air-conditioned square feet, this distinctive residence has two bedrooms, a den, two full and one half baths, a breakfast bar, built-in desk and spacious pantry. A chefs delight, the kitchen has dramatic Absolute Black granite countertops and Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances. The finest of flooring by Walker Zanger is featured throughout the main living spaces. The interlocking paver driveway leads to a two-car garage. Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club has been honored with more than 100 awards, including National Community of the Year, the only Florida winner in 31 years. 18145 Via Portofino Way is being sold fully furnished for $2 million. Call Jeff Garard at Miromar Realty, 425-2340, or visit www.MiromarLakes. com. House Hunting:18145 Via Portofino Way at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club COURTESY PHOTOS CBIA begins 2012 quarterly panels with local officialsThe Remodelers Council of the Collier Building Industry Association will hold the first quarterly builder roundtable of 2012 from 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, at CBIA headquarters. The series of four events for construction professionals and city and county government agencies is designed to help improve processes associated with new residential construction and remodeling in Naples and Collier County. Panelists for the first quarterly session will be: Jamie French, Tatiana Gust, Mike Ossorio and Jim Von Rinteln, all from the Collier County Growth Management Division; and Paul Bollenback from the city of Naples Building Department. Topics will focus on: Issues that result in permits being rejected, and what contractors can do to rectify; What types of permits contractors can apply for online with Collier County; and Ways the government agencies and those in the industry can partner to eradicate unlicensed activity. Registration is $15. For reservations, call Carrie Horner at the CBIA, 4366100, ext. 201, e-mail carrie@cbia.net or visit www.cbia.net. Stock reports home sales soar in 2011Stock Development had a banner year in 2011, topping 300 new home sales and generating more than $200 million in sales company wide. According to Brian Stock, CEO, new home sales were up 30 percent overall with a sales volume exceeding $124 million, representing a 42 percent increase over 2010. Lely Resort registered 154 sales, and Secoya Reserve and Black Bear Ridge had another 34 sales. SEE STOCK, B20

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REAL ESTATE NETWORKING We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.NABOR hosts the National Association of Realtors Leadership Team at The Ritz-Carlton 1 Bill Armstrong, Diana McCoy and Carmen Vasquez 2 Mark Lesswing, Jerry Giovaniello, Bill Poteet and Walk Witek 3. Moe Veissi, Janet Branton, Jeri Cobb and Pat Pitocchi 4. Brenda Fioretti, Dominic Pallini, Christine Citrano and Jeannette Batten 5. Dominic Pallini, Lawrence Yun, Brett Brown and Steve Brown 6. Susan Goldberg, Rick Fioretti and Bob Goldberg 7. Ryan Bleggi and Anita Colletti 8. Moe Veissi and Mike Richardson DAVID MICHAEL / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 2 4 3 6 5 8 7www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB14 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012

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Providing Expert Real Estate Services Since 1984CHRISTOPHER A. BRAUN Broker Associate, CRS / Downing Frye Realty, Inc. Coquina Sands

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*All interior selections are offered through and must be made through The WCI Design Center. Certain selections may not be sta ndard with the price of the home selected. Offer good on homes that contract by January, 31, 2012. Contact the Sales Director at Manchester Square for details. Offer is subject to change or cancellation without notice. All references to clubs and membership opportunities and other amenities are subject to fees, dues and availability. Some photographs may be of locations or activities not in the community. Void where prohibited. WCI Communities, Inc. All rights reserved. CBC058372An Ideal Naples Address A Price That Makes Sense Its That Simple13659 Manchester Lane I Naples, FL 34109 239.598.2370ManchesterSquareWCI.comWhether youre grilling with friends or letting the kids romp on the playground, the Clubhouse at Manchester Square complements the way you live. Stay in shape at the state-ofthe-art tness center. When you return home, take a relaxing swim in the pool or hit the court for a pick-up basketball game. With an unbeatable North Naples location close to dining, shopping and beaches, plus seven fabulous single-family home designs offering from 1,557 to 3,304 sq. ft. of air-conditioned living area, Manchester Square offers the latest in Naples lifestyle livingyour lifestyle. 95 9 1 I mm o k a l e e Rd d d d d . G oodlette-Frank Rd A irport Pulling R d. Livi n g ston R d N aple s N N V a n de rbilt B ea ch R d Pine Ri d ge R d. M a nc he s t er r r Sq ua q q re Whippoo rw ill L a ne Osc e ola Tr a i l Ex i t 1 07 E E xi t 11 1 Ti b u rn Va derbi a n ilt Beac ch SunN-Fu n Lagoon Wate rs side Shops at Pel elican Bay p Me r ca t o Amenities that enhance your life. Homes from $219,990 The Experience Is Everything. UP TO $10,000 to use as you choose on CLOSING COSTS OR DESIGNER OPTIONS* ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL OFFER

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YACHT HARBOUR COVE 5075 YACHT HARBOR CIRCLE #604Views of Windstars Marina & Naples Bay. 3BR plus a Study/3.5BA residence with 640 sq. ft. of covered balcony. O ered at $1,200,000Text T327179 to 85377 KEY WEST LIFESTYLE IN OLDE NAPLES 1355 4TH STREET S.JUST REDUCED $105K! Just 4 blocks from the beach! Stunning 4BR/3.5BA/2 Car residence with wrap around verandah. O ered at $1,145,000Text T327035 to 85377 EMERALD LAKES 7156 MILL POND CIRCLEIncredibly priced 3BR/2BA residence with southern exposure & room for pool. O ered at $234,900Text T327122 to 85377 MERIDIAN CLUB IN PARK SHORE 4901 GULF SHORE BLVD. #1203Tastefully updated beachfront 2+Den/3BA with fabulous views of the Gulf, Bay & City with impact windows. Hosted by Kay Miller 239-898-3693. $1,149,000 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker, Coldwell Banker Previews International, And Previews Are Registered Trademarks Licensed To Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned And Operated By NRT LLC. GRAND PHOENICIAN AT THE DUNES 275 INDIES WAY TERRACE 6 is 3BR/3BA residence includes a private elevator, electric hurricane shutters, community pool & workout facility. O ered at $669,000Text T327158 to 85377 SOLD OPEN SUNDAY 14 Picture Perfec View... Try my new SMS text codes to view a detailed mobile website of these listings WATERFRONT IN THE MOORINGS | 210 SPRINGLINE DRIVEJUST REDUCED $275K! Minutes from Doctors Pass & the Gulf 3BR+Den, 3.5BA pool home on .45 acre lot with 167 of waterfront living, 2 boat docks one with a 20lb. lift. O ered at $2,150,000 Text T326801 to 85377 OPEN SUNDAY 14

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Resident since 1969.Doreen Vachon 239-643-0636Home Grown Girl!Large villa, Park Shore location. Seagate school zone. High ceilings, attached garage. 3+Den/3 Bath. $309,900. 1917 Empress Ct. New tiled oors, solar heated pool, large enough to swim laps. 3+Den. $339,900. Heritage Greens, 1837 Avian Court, Naples. Southern lake views. Arrow Head Golf Course, no memberships required. $299,000 Turnkey. KAZ works for you.. Kimberly Zuponcic 239-290-3986 St. Andrews, 221 Cypress Way E #203, N. Naples. 2/2/ Condo. Overlooks LaPlaya Golf Course. 4 miles to the beach. $89,500. PENDING Our building division led the way with 300 new home sales, an astounding 51 percent increase over the previous year, Mr. Stock says, adding the average sales price of the homes sold was up 12 percent.Elsewhere within the Stock family of companies, Noble Title conducted 492 closings, an 11 percent increase over 2010; Stock Financial more than doubled its revenue in 2011; and Serenity Pool & Spa recorded a 240 percent increase in sales, with 191 pool packages sold. The company launched five new residential projects in 2011 and has plans for more in 2012, Mr. Stock says. By the beginning of last year, most of the single-family neighborhoods at Lely Resort and Paseo were nearly sold out, he says. As a result, we debuted two new major neighborhoods Lakoya at Lely Resort and Esperanza at Paseo (in Fort Myers). Lakoya is a 242-acre enclave with a private gated entrance, classical gardens, choreographed fountains and paved walking paths. Phase I of Lakoya offers 149 homes across five series of floor plans. Homes have lake, golf course and nature preserve views. Eleven furnished models are open. Esperanza, the northern phase of Paseo, is encircled by the pristine environment of Six Mile Cypress Slough. It features newly redesigned versions of Paseos existing single-family homes and a brand new twin villa product being offered by Stock Construction for the first time. Furnished models open this month with a grand opening set for Friday, Jan. 27. Expanding its luxury home operations, Stock became a preferred builder at Mediterra and closed on 11 homesites in the Buonasera neighborhood of estate-sized single-family homes. The company also launched sales in the two neighborhoods it acquired in late 2010. Secoya Reserve is on Livingston Road north of Immokalee Road; Black Bear Ridge is on Vanderbilt Beach Road east of 1-75 and west of CR 951. Expansion plans for 2012 include the launch of the final neighborhood at Olde Cypress and sales of new custombuilt homes at Quail West. Stock is also preparing to release details of a new Build-On-Your-Lot program that will allow homebuyers to choose from dozens of award-winning Stock floor plans and have them built on their home sites throughout Southwest Florida.And the awards go toYet again, Stock Development was showered with awards in 2011. Lely Resort took home 27 Sand Dollar Awards from the Collier Building Industry Association, and the company earned seven Pinnacle Awards from Lee Building Industry Association. Lely Resort also earned three Aurora Awards, while Paseo won two Aurora Awards. Stock has more than 40 furnished models on display across five communities. At Lely Resort, a total of nine neighborhoods of flats, townhomes, coach homes, twin villas, single-family homes and estate homes are offered with prices beginning in the $180,000s. For more information, visit www. stockdevelopment.com. STOCKFrom page 13www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB20 REAL ESTATE JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Professional organizer Marla Ottenstein presents Get Organized: Clean your Closets and Dress like a French woman at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Miromar Design Center. Part of the centers three-day Home Design Show, the 45-minute presentation will include time for questions from the audience and will address how to: Organize your life by organizing your wardrobe; Maximize wardrobe selection and minimize fashion frustration; Shop smart and dress chic like a French woman; Decide what you can and cant live without; and how to Creatively dispose of stuff you can live without. A member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Ms. Ottenstein writes the bi-monthly column Get Organized for the Naples Daily News and also lectures at the Naples campus of FGCUs Renaissance Academy on how to get organized and how to downsize. Guests at her Miromar Design Center program will enjoy complimentary cupcakes by Kelly Livingston of Kelly Kakes. The seminar is free with no advance registration required, but space is limited to 400 people. For more information, call 390-8207 or visit www.MiromarDesignCenter.com. Naples organizer set for closet seminar at Miromar CINDY BASS-WOOD B B / / O O 239-287-8681REAGAN ROBERTS B B B B A A A A b b b b b t t n n n f f 239-860-4578 A Member Owned Debt Free Club!!Fabulous view! An extensive renovation was just completed on this wonderful estate home. All new kitchen, baths, flooring, decorator faux finishes, new appliances, custom built closet systems, freshly painted interior and exterior, PLUS, new decorator furnishings. Excellent location on a large 120x165 estate homesite with coveted southern exposure. The Montclair is a premier condominium residence with over 2500 square feet featuring 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, powder room, living/ dining room combination, kitchen/family room combination, a den plus a private two car garage. The views are panoramic, the furnishings are complimentary and the lifestyle is like no other. Offered at 567 Audubon Boulevard, Unit 102 OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm774 Brentwood Point

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Life in Perfect Harmony. FiddlersCreek.com Residences from the $300s to $2 million.Fiddlers Creek is life well orchestrated, with two-thirds of our nearly 4,000 acres dedicated primarily to lakes, parks, golf courses, recreational areas and nature preserves. Join The Tarpon Club and enjoy boating and fishing on the Gulf of Mexico, gourmet dining and access to sugar-sand beaches. Relax by a waterfall at our magnificent 54,000 square foot Club & Spa which rivals some of the worlds finest resort spas. Here, members can realize all their fitness objectives and a multitude of activities. Join The Golf Club, ranked in Golfweeks Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses for the 7th consecutive year and under the watchful eye of a Snowy Egret. If Fiddlers Creek in Naples, FL sounds perfect to you, visit us today or call (239)732-9300. 11 Fiddlers Creek Community, LLC. Fiddlers Creek Realty, Inc. Licensed Real Estate Broker. This is a general description o f the membership opportunities and amenities at Fiddlers Creek and should not be relied upon for the purpose of deciding to acquire a residential unit or hom esite. Please review the complete Membership Documents, including without limitation, the Membership Plans and the Rules and Regulations for these clubs which are provided, or made available upon request. All features, amenities, prices, deposits, fees and availability are subject to change without notice. Ownership of property within Fiddlers Creek does not entitle an Owner to any right, title, interest, or otherwise to use all planned clu b facilities, but rather an opportunity to join, subject to club approval, payment of dues, deposits, fees, and applicable regulations. Wet slips within th e Tarpon Club Marina are available for rental to the general public on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Fiddlers Creek Sales Center for specif ic information regarding any proposed facility. Fiddlers Creek Sales Center Mon. to Sat. 9am to 6pm Sun. 10am to 5pm (239)732-93008152 Fiddlers Creek Parkway, Naples, Florida 34114 Located on Collier Boulevard on the way to Marco Island

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Resident since 1969.Doreen Vachon 239-643-0636Home Grown Girl!Large villa, Park Shore location. Seagate school zone. High ceilings, attached garage. 3+Den/3 Bath. $309,900. 1917 Empress Ct. New tiled oors, solar heated pool, large enough to swim laps. 3+Den. $339,900. Heritage Greens, 1837 Avian Court, Naples. Southern lake views. Arrow Head Golf Course, no memberships required. $299,000 Turnkey. KAZ works for you.. Kimberly Zuponcic 239-290-3986 St. Andrews, 221 Cypress Way E #203, N. Naples. 2/2/ Condo. Overlooks LaPlaya Golf Course. 4 miles to the beach. $89,500. PENDING Subscribe online at www.FloridaWeekly.com or Call 239.325.1960 Get Florida Weekly delivered to your mailbox for only$3195PER YEAR*Rates are based on standard rate postage. A one-year in-county subscription will cost $31.95 to cover shipping and handling. Call for out-of-county and out-of-state postage and pricing options. Jacki Strategos SRES, G.R.I., e-Pro239-370-1222JStrategos@att.netwww.JackiStrategos.com Richard Droste Realtor239-572-5117rddsmd@comcast.net 4.77 acres residential or other possibilities special zoning w/tax savings.11441Riggs Road $299,000 COMPLETELY CLEAREDSpacious 3/2, 1st coach home. Custom cabinets throughout, soaring tray ceilings. No Mandatory Club fees. Rialto at Hammock Bay $328,000 PRETTY VIEW 2007 home w/stunning features. SS appliances. Peaceful setting on culde-sac overlooking lake.6163 Dogleg Court $399,000 MOTIVATED SELLER Sales Center 10-6pm I 13100 Plantation Roadwww.bellacasaluxury.com Oral representation cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the developer for correct representations, make reference to this brochure and to the documents required by section 718.503, orida statues, to be furnished by a developer to buy or lessee.LUXURY DECORATED MODELS OPEN DAILY off Daniels Pkwy & Plantation Road (239) 288-5117 LOW$80sfrombrand new units The Best Location in Fort Myers Can NOW be yours TODAY! Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker, Coldwell Banker Previews International, And Previews Are Registered Trademarks Licensed To Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned And Operated By NRT LLC. PLEASE CONTACT LISA TASHJIAN TODAY TO VIEW THESE AND OTHER NAPLES HOMES (239) 259-7024 Lisa_Tashjian@comcast.net 10620 Gulf Shore Drive #501 VANDERBILT BEACH Spectacular water views of Vanderbilt Bay & the Gulf from this elegant 3 BR/3.5BA corner unit with Den. Gulf Access, steps to Beach. Ask about Boat Dock/Cabana! $1,495,000 OPEN HOUSE, SUN 2-46001 Pelican Bay Boulevard #1406 PELICAN BAYGulf & Golf views from 14th oor. Beautifully renovated, spacious 3BR/3BA, walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops 2 balconies, 2 garage spaces. $669,000 OPEN HOUSE, SUN 12-2Steps to the Beach... O er Good thru 01/31/12 WITH THIS AD $350.OFFNew Orders OnlyCoupon Must Be Presented At Time Of Order. Why Do More Home Owners ChooseComplete Line of Rolldowns Clear Pan ccordionsCall For FREE Estimate594-16161762 Trade Center Way, Naples Florida, 34109Hurricane IMPACT WINDOWS & DOORS!! QUALITT RVICE Peggy Sue Garrity239-207-1008PGarrity@msn.com NaplesRealEstateByPeggy.com850 C 5th Ave South Naples, FL 34102 PANORAMIC GULF VIEWS from this 2 BR+Den, 2 BA Park Shore residence. Beautifully remodeled residence in a luxury building featuring the nest amenities with beach access. MLS # 211523340 Text T14631 to 85377 for details SUPERB ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN featuring owing arched walkways, gorgeous courtyard with community pool, landscaped terraces & balconies 4 blocks to the beach and 2 blocks to prestigious shops & restaurants on 5th Avenue. This remodeled 2nd/top oor end unit offers 3 BR + den and 3 BA. MLS # 211523340 BREATHTAKING VIEWS in luxury high rise. Views from all rooms. Open Kitchen, tiled in all main living areas. Pelican Bay offers 2 private beaches, 25,000 sq. ft community center. You will never want to leave! Lowest priced 2BR/2BA. MLS # 211010165. Text T14633 to 85377 $845,000 $789,999 $739,000 PARK SHORE PELICAN BAY OLD NAPLES

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Visit your new house today!www.OpenHouseSWFL.comThe rst stop to nding your new house!OpenHouse Southwest Florida lists the open houses for any given day in Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero. Customize your search by choosing location, living area, price range and more, quickly and easily.We make nding your new home easy!The Of cial Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero REALTORS Website .. btnf.r@rnftnf.br www.CathyOwen.comSothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. In our ever-changing market, you need honest, accurate and timely advice to make an informed decision about selling or purchasing real estate. Cathy has been working with buyers and sellers in the Greater Naples Area since 1992. PELICAN BAY WOODS 708 Hollybriar Lane6400 SF masterpiece with SW exposure. 1st fl master, office w/separate entrance. volume ceilings, gourmet kitchen, designed for privacy. Just minutes to beach, tennis, fitness. $2,125,000 PELICAN BAY 7853 Cocobay DriveThree + den pool home with guest cabana in gated neighborhood close to beach tram, tennis & fitness. Aggressively priced below recent sales. $1,399,999 PARK SHORE THE TROPICS 4500 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #122Updated 3 bedroom 2.5 bath bayfront condominium. Walk to beach, shops, dining of the Village. $850,000 OPEN SUN 1-4 OPEN SUN 1-4 Illustrated Properties 239.287.6732 239.370.8687 Luxury, Elegance, and Value in one stunning package! Pristine 4BR,3.5BA Carlyle with Southern exposure, features plenty of windows to let in the natural light! Cherry, bright neutral interior, upgraded throughout, screened lanai with lake views and heated pool. Don't miss this one! $479,000 Comfortable Elegance 4 BR,3.5BA From the engaging front porch you will love this gracious and private pool with lake views! A MUST SEE! Furniture package avl. $462,000 Great Opportunity to own a NEVER LIVED in decorator ready 3,BR, 2.5 BA water view Oakmont. Owners purchased as second home and never occupied the property. Great location short walk to Town amenities center. $315,000 Club Homes Villa 2 BR, 2BA and 1-Car plan along with serene golf course and lake views from the screened lanai. Prefect for a full time residence or an occasional vacation home. $147,000 MAKE OFFER Verona Walk Heritage Greens Model perfect 4BR,3.5 BA Carlyle is just stunning! Interior boast all the desirable features today's buyers is looking for, granite, stainless, tile in living areas, plantation shutters,newer A/C ,extensive trim work, large screen lanai with lake views, full hurricane protection and more! Price to sell $450,000 LAKE VIEW 2,BR, 2BA 2-Car garage. Lovely Carpi Villa features spacious EXTENDED open shutters along back of home, and lake view with nice yard. GREAT BUY! $230,900 Special Oakmont 3BR,2.5BA plus den for kitchen, newer appliances, new A/C and hot water heater, pool with stamped concrete deck, $339,000 GREAT BUY Family Living With Style and Value in One Package! Spacious Windsor 4BR,3BA, plus den and 2-Car Garage. Peaceful lake views creates prefect place to entertain and enjoy the Florida lifestyle! $480,000 GREAT BUY The Manor, only 18 of these beauties were built in Village Walk. 4 plus den, 3 1/2 baths, 3 car, with pool. $549,000

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THE GALLERY 239.659.0099 MARCO ISLAND 239.642.2222 THE VILLAGE 239.261.6161 THE PROMENADE 239.948.4000 NORTH NAPLES 239.594.9494 COMMERCIAL 239.947.6800 FIFTH AVENUE 239.434.8770 RENTAL DIVISION 239.262.4242 OLD NAPLES 239.434.2424 DEVELOPER SERVICES 239.434.6373 Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each Oce Is Independently Owned And Operated. Equal housing opportunity. VANDERBILT BEACH SURROUNDSpremiersothebysrealty.com VANDERBILT BEACH MORAYA BAY 11125 Gulfshore Drive Naples newest beachfront condominium oering the ultimate in sophisticated resort living. Views of the Gulf, Bay & preserves. From $2,500,000 | Call 514-5050 Open Mon.-Sat: 10-5 & Sun: 12-5 VANDERBILT BEACH MANATEE RESORT 9566 Gulf Shore Blvd #PH02 Stunning Penthouse with bay & Gulf views. Tastefully decorated 3BR/3BA + oce, cabana & boat dock. $1,690,000 Pat Callis/Kathryn Tout | 250-0562 VANDERBILT BEACH ESTATES311 Flamingo Ave Timeless newer custom construction. Exquisitely appointed. Deep-water canal access to Gulf, dock w/dual boat lift. $1,395,000 V.K. Melhado/Marlene Suarez | 216-6400 VANDERBILT BEACH REGATTA I #1203 Panoramic Gulf & Bay views. Pristine, beautifully decorated 3BR/3BA. Boat slip & 2-car garage included. Furnished.$925,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness | 273-7731 VANDERBILT GULFSIDE I 10951 Gulfshore Blvd #902 Professionally decorated, updated 2BR/2BA, Tommy Bahama decor. Tropical Gulf vistas. Gated, gardens, pool/ tennis. $779,000 | Pat Callis | 250-0562 VANDERBILT GULFSIDE I#304 Stunning sunsets & glorious sounds of the surf. Tasteful decor, 2BR/2BA+den. Gated, 8 acres of park-like gardens.$759,000 | Pat Callis | 250-0562 VANDERBILT BEACH LA SCALA Furnished, gorgeous end residence with incredible Bay views, 3BR/2BA across from beach. Boat dock may be purchased. $775,000 Mary Catherine/Larry White | 287-2818 VANDERBILT BEACH REGATTA IPH08 Sweeping Gulf/Bay vistas, 3BR/2BA, 10 ceilings, private 2-car garage. Gated, steps to beach, 2 pools, clubhouse.$675,000 | Patricia Bucalo | 248-0694 THE STRADA AT MERCATO Located just North of Vanderbilt Beach Rd. on U.S. 41. Mercato features residential, retail, Whole Foods Market, restaurants and more. Upscale contemporary living from the $400s Call 594-9400 BEACHWALK GARDENS#201 A lovely 3BR/2BA with 1,450 A/C SF on the 2nd oor with a pleasant lake view. Walk to beach, shops & dining.$375,000 | Carol Loder | 860-4326 BEACHWALK GARDENS#Q104 Well-maintained 3BR/2BA end residence with upgrades. Beautiful lake view. Tennis, two pools, short walk to beach.$369,000 | Larry Roorda | 860-2534 BEACHWALK HOMESWalk to beach! Near everything. Well-maintained 2 BR/2BA home, clubhouse, great amenities, 24-hour security guards.$325,000 | Carol Loder | 860-4326 VANDERBILT TOWERS#603 Large 1BR oor plan close to the beach. Bay & Gulf views. Tommy Bahama style turnkey furnished. Rental potential.$324,500 | Philip Mareschal | 269-6033 VANDERBILT TOWERS I#302 Beautiful eciency steps from beach. Great marina views. Perfect getaway, generous rental policy. Bring Oers!$179,000 | Philip Mareschal | 269-6033 MARINA BAY CLUB#406 Great sunset views! Recently renovated 2BR/2BA end residence on the Bay. Tennis, swimming & boating are available.$478,500 | Suzanne Ring | 821-7550 MARINA BAY CLUB #408 Tranquil view over pass to the Gulf! Professionally renovated with almost everything brand new! Turnkey furnished.$410,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness | 273-7731 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE 280 Grande Way Magnicent views over Gulf, preser ve and golf! Very spacious 3BR+family room, 3BA oor plans. Membership to private Floridian Beach Club and the Plantation Club. Grande Phoenician from $799,000. Grande Geneva from $875,000 | Call 239-594-1700 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE PHOENICIAN #1505Magnicent water/golf course view! Tastefully furnished 3BR/3BA. World-class amenities, guest cabanas, near beach. $989,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness/Gayle Fawkes 273-7731 THE DUNES THE GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE DOMINICA #1505 Unsurpassed views of the Bay & Gulf. Model perfect residence. Private membership beach and on-site clubs, gated. $1,199,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness 273-7731 THE DUNES BARBADOS #803 Water, Water, Water! Fabulous Views! Numerous upgrades, beautifully decorated 3BR/2BA. Resort amenities, gated. $689,000 Jennifer/Dave Urness 273-7731 VANDERBILT BEACH REGATTA I400 Flagship Dr PH07 Steps to beach & breathtaking views! An ideal penthouse perch. Expansive oorplan, 10 ft. ceilings, 2.5 car enclosed garage. $795,000 | Patricia Bucalo | 248-0694 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE PHOENICIAN #406 Lovely 4th oor residence in move-in condition. Beautifully appointed 3BR/2BA. Preserve, water & golf course view! $675,000 | Gayle Fawkes and Jennifer/Dave Urness | 594-9494 AUDUBON COUNTRY CLUBIrregular size cul-de-sac lot with great views over golf course. Clubhouse, many social & recreational activities.$299,900 | Teri Purvis | 860-6226 MARINA BAY CLUB #410 Perfect on the water retreat! Wraparound bay/estuary views, 3BR corner end residence. Boat slips for sale/lease. $599,900 | Suzanne Ring | 821-755031Trust the authority in luxury leasing.239.262.4242 800.749.7368rentnaples.com VANDERBILT BEACH MORAYA BAY #1005 Luxurious beachfront 3BR/3BA condominium oering 4,678 total sq. ft. living area. Breathtaking Bay views and upscale amenities. $4,000,000 | Call 514-5050 MARINA BAY CLUB#1002 Awesome views of the Bay, Gulf & preserve from this stunning 10th oor condominium. Great room concept 2BR/2BA.$499,000 | Suzanne Ring | 821-7550 VANDERBILT YACHT RACQUET CLUB #204 Renovated to perfection. Partial Gulf view from each room, 2BR/2BAs, private beach access across the street. Pool.$579,000 | Pat Callis | 250-0562 THE DUNES THE GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE GENEVA #402 Gated enclave. Private elevator, spacious 3BR with gourmet kitchen. State-of-the-art amenities, Concierge Center. $649,000 | Philip Mareschal | 269-6033 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE GENEVA #601 Enchanting 3BR+den model residence, magnicent Gulf views. Private Beach Club, stateof-the-art amenities on-site. $1,150,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness | 273-7731 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE PHOENICIAN #PH05 Magnicent Gulf views! Enjoy wonderful penthouse living in this 3BR/3BA. Gas cooktop, wine cooler, granite. $1,100,000 | Jennifer/ Dave Urness/Gayle Fawkes | 273-7731 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE PHOENICIAN #T-1 Luxurious 3BR/3BA garden residence has private terrace with a spa & private gate to pool. Live a resort-style life. $1,125,000 | Jennifer/Dave Urness/Gayle Fawkes/Adrienne Young | 594-9494 VANDERBILT BEACH ESTATES Outstanding 4BR/4.5BA home, recreation room, exercise room & VIP suite. Outdoor living with replace, pool & spa. $2,495,000 Michael G. Lawler | 571-3939 VANDERBILT BEACH THE VANDERBILT #PH02 Sophisticated, oneof-a-kind true top oor penthouse residence on the beach. Wide, unobstructed Gulf & bay views.$3,2950,000 | Dave/Ann Renner | 784-5552 VANDERBILT BEACH Gorgeous views, custom-designed bayfront home. Expansive lanai, pool, heavy-duty 16,000 lb. boat lift. Near beach. $1,997,000 Susan Barton | 860-1412 VANDERBILT BEACH ESTATESTrue boaters paradise. Gorgeous canal front lot, build your new home near the Gulf. Southern exposure, seawall. $575,000 Larry/Mary Catherine White | 287-2818 VANDERBILT GULFSIDE I#502 Stunning Gulf views, in a gated eight acre site on the beach. Spacious 2BR, pool, tennis courts, on-site manager.$739,900 | Jennifer/Dave Urness | 273-7731 VANDERBILT GULFSIDE II #902 Remarkable Gulf/bay views, 2BR/2BA+den beautifully remodeled beach condominium. Exotic nishes, feels brand new. $1,000,000 Carol Sheehy/Cli Donenfeld | 340-9300 VANDERBILT BEACH REGATTA III #501 Well-maintained west facing 3BR corner residence. View of pool to Gulf. Gated, walk to beach, boat slips available. $550,000 Scott Pearson | 612-282-3000 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE GRANDE EXCELSIOR #1505 Luxury 3BR/3.5BA+den residence in a gated enclave. Gulf views, upscale amenities, no pet restrictions. Beach Club. $1,470,000 Jennifer/Dave Urness | 273-7731 OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN.

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THE GALLERY 239.659.0099 MARCO ISLAND 239.642.2222 THE VILLAGE 239.261.6161 THE PROMENADE 239.948.4000 VANDERBILT 239.594.9494 COMMERCIAL 239.947.6800 FIFTH AVENUE 239.434.8770 RENTAL DIVISION 239.262.4242 BROAD AVENUE 239.434.2424 DEVELOPER SERVICES 239.434.6373 Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each Oce Is Independently Owned And Operated. Equal housing opportunity. MARCO ISLANDpremiersothebysrealty.com HIDEAWAY BEACHPremier beachfront home with guest suite. Luxurious appointments, 6BR+, 8,800 A/C SF. Beautiful beach, Gulf views. $7,050,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 HIDEAWAY BEACHCustom-built modern architectural masterpiece with 152 on pristine beach. Luxury appointments abound. FURNISHED. $4,100,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 SOUTH HEATHWOOD DRIVEMagnicent, custom-built pool home, 193 of direct access water frontage. Great views, 5BR/5.5BA+den, large dock. $3,950,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 MADEIRA Absolutely beautiful beachfront 3BR/3.5BA end residence. Three balconies with spectacular views. Turnkey furnished.$2,099,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766 MADEIRA bLuxurious beachfront living! Corner 3BR/3.5BA, beach/city views. Professionally decorated & exquisitely nished.$1,850,000 | Roe Tamagni | 398-1222 HIDEAWAY BEACHAbsolutely gorgeous, 2005 custom built, 3-level 4BR/3.5BA home. S. exposure lanai, golf view, beach, tennis/dining. $1,350,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 589 Inlet D rive Nestled 23 above Bareld Bay! Old Florida charm meets modernday elegance, 5BR/4.5BA+den. Heated pool/spa. Views! $3,985,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-11331030 Pettit Court Unique, contemporary compound, SW tip location, nearly 250 of direct access water frontage. Three docks, 5 lifts. $2,999,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-11331051 Bareld Drive South Magnicent Caxambas Pass views! Four BR with approx. 80 of dock, 16,000 lb. lift & direct deep water Gulf access. $1,980,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133160 Peach Court Magnicent bay views, tip cul-de-sac lot with 171 of waterfront. Expansive lanai/pool. Deep, quick river access. $1,045,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-59831816 Woodbine Court Gorgeous, direct access, River-area 3BR/3.5BA pool home completely remodeled in 2008. Expansive waterway views. $1,099,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133HIDEAWAY BEACH 831 Hideaway Circle East Exceptional home, location & price! Meticulously maintained 3BR/2.5BA + den home. Heated pool/spa, preserve views. $700,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133CAPE MARCO t MONTERREY 980 Cape Marco Drive #1605 Gorgeous Gulf & Island views from this tastefully decorated 3BR/2.5BA. Open plan, Tennis Center has Har-Tru courts. $999,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-47661389 Bayport Avenue Built in 2006 and remodeled in 2009. FURNISHED 4BR/3BA. 3,000+ A/C SF. AMAZING upgrades! Three-car garage. $799,000 | Roe Tamagni | 398-12221955 Sheeld Avenue Builders home in a private setting with walk out lower level & views of Bareld Bay. Three-story, 5BR, pool/spa. $697,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766HIDEAWAY BEACH 374 Red Bay Lane Panoramic views of golf course, 3BRs + den (or 4th BR), 1,400+ sq. ft. bonus room, large pool, walk to beach/club. $675,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133HIDEAWAY BEACH 871 Sea Dune Lane Open plan 3BR/3BA, loft with summer kitchen. Pool/spa, new A/C in 2010, exterior painted 2011. Resort amenities. $635,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133770 Inlet Drive Four bedroom estate area home overlooking Bareld Bay. Updated kitchen & baths. No ood insurance is required. $650,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766767 Plantation Court A boaters delight, 3BR/2BA pool home oners quick, deep direct Gulf access & 136 feet of waterfront for dockage. $649,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983931 Heron Court Fantastic boaters location, deep-water dockage, quick direct access, 177 ft. of waterfront. Scenic views, 3BR/2BA. $550,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-59831562 Jamaica Court Amazing long & lush fairway views! Spacious 1,200 SF lanai with heated pool. Custom-built 3BR/2BA plus loft home. $454,000 | Roe Tamagni | 398-1222362 Bald Eagle Drive Captivating SW bay views & sunsets. Well-maintained 3BR/2.5BA home. Upgraded kitchen. Expansive lanai & pool area. $414,370 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983601 Somerset Court Tigertail Beach area home includes spacious living area, updated kitchen & tropical lanai/pool. Turnkey furnished. $490,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983MADEIRA 350 South Collier Blvd. #704 On a most desirable oor height, 3BR/3.5BA beachfront condominium. Elegantly appointed and turnkey furnished. $2,699,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766MADEIRA 350 South Collier Blvd. #302 Views of the Gulf & Crescent Beach. Beautifully designed 3BR w/3,900+ A/C SF. Beach front & island side balconies. $1,850,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766MADEIRA 350 South Collier Blvd. #906 Beautifully turnkey furnished and designer decorated, beachfront 3BR, 2.5BA. 2,631 A/C SF and 2,974 total SF. $1,575,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766MADEIRA 350 South Collier Blvd. #806 Beautifully nished, luxury 3BR/2.5BA beachfront residence. Great Gulf & Island views. Superb building amenities. $1,299,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766MARCO COURTYARD TOWERS 1131 Swallow Avenue #PH-2 Beautifully decorated, turnkey furnished 3BR/3.5BA top oor penthouse. Incredible Gulf, Bay/City views. $1,199,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766CAPE MARCO t MONTERREY 980 Cape Marco Drive #805 Views of the Gulf from this furnished 3 bedroom, 3 bath with wood oors, 9 ceilings, and double door entry. $790,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-0685SOMERSET 780 South Collier Blvd. #510 Wonderfully decorated beachfront 2BR/2BA with magnicent views! Great rental history, gated community has 2 pools. $749,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-068MIRAGE ON THE GULF 1070 South Collier Blvd. #302 An attractive 4BR designer decorated residence on the Gulf of Mexico.Over 2,100 A/C sq. ft. Garage, tennis, pool. $705,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766SANDCASTLE II 720 South Collier Blvd. #106 Tasteful beachfront condominium with Gulf views! Redesigned kitchen, new ooring, new tile, & wraparound balcony. $499,900 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133SANDCASTLE II 720 South Collier Blvd. #107 South side 2BR/2BA overlooking pool/spa, Gulf & beautiful grounds. New kitchen, bathrooms, carpet. Tennis, pets OK. $599,000 | Dave Flowers | 404-0493ROYAL MARCO POINT I 3000 Royal Marco Way #311 Attractive 3BR/3BA end residence, multiple balconies for optimum views. Golf, tennis, ne dining, steps to beach. $525,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133HIDEAWAY BEACH t HABITAT 828 Hideaway Circle East #444 Perfect penthouse overlooking golf/Gulf! Spacious 3BR/3BA, 2,800SF A/C. Glassed-in lanai, carefree beach lifestyle! $490,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133ROYAL MARCO POINT I 3000 Royal Marco Way #413 Beachfront 3BR/3BA in a gated community. Sweeping Gulf views! Beach, golf, tennis, dining and health/tness clubs. $550,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133ROYAL MARCO POINT III 6000 Royal Marco Way #246 Stunning views of Gulf & Marco River, 600 SF glassed-in lanai, upgraded 2BR/2BA+den. Beach, golf, tennis & more! $539,500 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133HIDEAWAY BEACH 870 Sea Dune Lane One of the largest & true Gulf front homesites available in a gated beachfront community. Tennis, tness, dining. $3,000,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carr oll | 642-1133899 Caxambas Drive Private setting on Bareld Bay with direct access. Fishing pier/boat dock. Custom-built Slocum & Christian home. $2,850,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133921 Heron Court Charming Nantucket cottage feel, nearly everything is brand new. Dock, direct access water frontage. Pool & spa. $699,000 | Jim/Nikki Prange | 642-11331633 Barbarosa Court Immaculate JJ Baker open plan 3BR/3BA home. Heated pool, waterfall spa, southern exposure, 2 boat docks & 2 lifts. $695,000 | ML Meade | 293-4851150 June Court An outstanding, spacious 4BR/2BA waterfront home within 2 miles to beach. Open lanai/pool oners western exposure. $520,000 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 HEIGHTS COURTOverlook the Gulf from this architectural masterpiece boasting 11,662 SF of living space, 293 seawall & 225 dock. $8,500,000 Cathy Rogers | 821-7926 CAXAMBAS COURTMagnicent Bay views, 131 of water frontage. An exquisite 4BR with grand salon, theater, cabana. Heated pool/spa. $9,400,000 Darlene Roddy | 404-0685 EUBANKS COURTUnparalleled luxury of over 1/2 acre. Tip-lot location with 287 of direct access water frontage, bay views & 5BR. $3,995,000 | Jim Prange/ Nikki P range-Carroll | 642-1133 CAXAMBAS DRIVEAbsolutely stunning rare to nd 5BR/4.1BA home with den/billiards room, & theatre. Boat dock w/lift.$2,187,500 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926 bf STONE COURTImmaculate custom 3BR/3BA home with 3-car garage, granite counters & huge master suite. Water direct, SW exposure. $1,399,000 Cathy Rogers | 821-79263 SOMERSET 780 South Collier Blvd. #114 Absolutely stunning 2BR/2BA beachfront end residence. Crescent Beach views, wraparound balcony & upgraded kitchen. $889,000 | Cathy Rogers | 821-79261261 Laurel Court Gorgeous direct access 3BR/3BA + den home around the corner from the Marco River. Protected bay, beautiful views! $695,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983CRESCENT BEACH 100 North Collier Blvd. #805 Absolutely beautiful front residence with full view of Crescent beach. Fitness center, spa/sauna, covered parking. $649,000 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926348 Nassau Court Renovated in 2008, this outstanding home has many upgrades throughout. Spacious 4BR/3BA+den, golf course views! $649,900 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926NAUTILUS 848 Collier Court #301 Absolutely stunning renovated 2BR/2.5BA + den with over 2100 SF includes new kitchen & baths. Boat slip included. $514,900 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926961 Mendel Avenue Immaculate 3BR/2BA residence featuring 1795 SF, new stainless steel appliances, & private lanai/pool area! $459,000 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926HIDEAWAY BEACH 357 Morning Glory Lane Stunning 3 story custom home with 33 volume ceilings, marble oors, granite counters, elevator, & pool/spa. $1,279,000 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926HIDEAWAY BEACH t ROYAL MARCO POINT III 6000 Royal Marco Way #256 Spacious 2BR+den with many upgrades. Great Gulf/River views! Steps to beach. Clubhouse, pool, tennis, golf. $620,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766GULFVIEW 58 North Collier Blvd. #1808 Magnicent beach & Gulf views from this lovely 2BR/2BA beachfront condominium. Professionally furnished, turnkey. $695,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-0685720 South Bareld Drive Beautiful inland home in the desirable Estate Area with bay views! Lush landscaping, open lanai with pool & spa. $698,500 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133911 Moon Court Super value for this custom 4BR/3BA waterfront home with nearly 3,000 sq. ft. A/C. Boat house with indirect access. $699,900 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-11331131 Vernon Place Old Florida style home w/quick direct access & 160 ft of waterfront, large wraparound verandas, new oors & paint. $889,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983SANDCASTLE II 720 South Collier Blvd. #1303 Southwest exposure, Gulf views, nicely renovated beachfront condominium. High ceilings, granite. Pool, spa, tennis. $1,099,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-0685 HEIGHTS COURTAbsolutely breathtaking southwestern views from this 325 tip lot. Wide open views of the Gulf & Caxambass Pass. $3,900,000 Cathy Rogers | 821-7926 DUNNFOIRERarely available 3BR/3.5BA + oce beachfront residence. Five terraces for captivating Gulf/beach & island views. $1,050,000 Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983 CAXAMBAS DRIVESecluded residence on Bareld Bay. Custom-built in 2010, 5BR, 5 full & 2 half BA. Rooftop terrace, pool/spa. $3,950,000 Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133 MADEIRA 350 South Collier Blvd. #1007 Designer nishes & numerous upgrades highlight this residence. Lovely beachfront building, incredible Gulf views. $1,695,000 | Laura/Chris Adams | 404-4766OLD MARCO VILLAGE 1064 Gayer Way Immediate, direct Gulf access custom-built 3BR/2BA Florida cottage. Manicured grounds and spectacular water views. $999,900 | Jim Prange/Nikki Prange-Carroll | 642-1133850 South Bareld Drive Beautifully renovated 4BR/3BA home, over 3,100 sq. ft. under air, over 5,000 total sq. ft. Private large pool area. $629,000 | Cathy Rogers | 821-7926 CAPE MARCO t COZUMELPH-3 Magnicent Gulf vistas. Lavishly appointed penthouse with private roof-top hot tub. For the avid beach lover. $3,250,000 | Darlene Roddy/ Richard Marquardt | 404-0685 1048 Admiralty Court Distinctive, custom-designed Mediterranean styled 4BR/3BA+den home. Long water views, quick boating access to Gulf. $1,139,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-0685BAYFRONT PLACE 790 West Elkcam Circle #101 A 35 foot dock w/lift provides direct Gulf access, 3BR/2BA garden condominium, 2 pets allowed. Turnkey furnished. $399,900 | Dave Flowers | 404-04931362 Bayport Avenue Scenic & tranquil views from this gorgeous golf course home. Beautifully remodeled 3BR+den with pool/lanai area. $475,000 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983CHALET 520 S. Collier Blvd. #603 Expansive 2BR/2.5BA beachfront condominium. Sensational Gulf views, SW exposure. Newly furnished, updated kitchen. $699,000 | Darlene Roddy | 404-0685620 Diplomat Court Delightful southern bay views, 3BR tropical retreat. On a quiet street, close to beach, shops & dining. Pool/lanai. $395,450 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983SOUTH SEAS TOWER IV 440 Seaview Court #601 Gulf sunsets & panoramic views of Tigertail Beach. Turnkey furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath w/new A/C & updated kitchen. $405,750 | Brock/Julie Wilson | 595-5983HIDEAWAY BEACH 616 Waterside Drive An exquisite custom built 3-story contemporary home that backs up to the Gulf & preserve. Panoramic view, pool/spa. $1,850,000 | Jim/Nikki Prange | 642-1133 OPEN SUN. bt

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41 41 41Bonita Springs Bonita SpringsNaplesImmokalee RoadLivingston RoadBonita Beach Road3 Oaks PkwyCoconut RdOld U.S. 41Old U.S. 41Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Blvd. Davis BlvdCollier Blvd Collier Blvd Airport Pullimg RdGulf Shore Blvd.Park Shore Dr. Rattlesnake Hammock Road Goodlette Frank RoadVanderbilt Beach Road Radio Road Marco Island Florida Weeklys Open HousesOpen Houses are Sunday 1-4, unless otherwise marked22 VANDERBILT BEACH 10620 Gulf Shore Drive #501 $1,495,000 Coldwell Banker Lisa Tashjian 239-2597024 2-4 pm 23 GREY OAKS ESTUARY 1220 Gordon River Trail From $1,500,000 PSIR Call 261.3148 Mon-Sat 9-5 & Sun 12-5 24 GREY OAKS ESTUARY MARSH WREN 1535 Marsh Wren Lane $1,500,000 PSIR Call 261.3148 25 VANDERBILT BEACH MANATEE RESORT 9566 Gulf Shore Drive #PH02 $1,690,000 PSIR Susan Payne 777-7209 26 GREY OAKS ESTUARY 1560 Marsh Wren Lane $1,699,000 PSIR Dan Guenther 261-3148 27 PELICAN BAY COCOBAY 7823 Cocobay Court $1,850,000 PSIR Jeri Richey 269-2203 28 PELICAN MARSH BAY LAUREL ESTATES 8659 Blue Flag Way $1,899,000 PSIR Terri Moellers 2481964 >$2,000,00029 BONITA BAY AZURE 4931 Bonita Bay Blvd. #701 $2,289,000 PSIR Ginger Lickley 860-4661 30 MOORINGS 210 Springline Dr $2,299,000 Coldwell Banker Judy Hansen 239-48-4735 1-4 pm 31 OLD NAPLES 120 5th Avenue South $2,495,000 PSIR Cindy Thompson 860-6513 32 VANDERBILT BEACH MORAYA BAY 11125 Gulfshore Drive #407 From $2,500,000 PSIR Call 239.514.5050 Mon-Sat 10-5 & Sun 12-5 33 COQUINA SANDS NAPLES CASAMORE 1752 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. From $2,800,000 PSIR Call 963.4242 Open Daily 12-4 34 AQUALANE SHORES 2211 Forrest Lane $2,950,000 PSIR Craig Jones 825-6857 >$3,000,00035 PORT ROYAL 1365 Spyglass Lane $3,685,000 PSIR Ruth Trettis 3400295 36 PARK SHORE 308 Turtle Hatch Road $3,995,000 PSIR Michael Lawler 213-7475>$6,000,000 37 PORT ROYAL 3999 Rum Row $6,500,000 PSIR Scott Pearson 612282-3000 >$8,000,000 38 PORT ROYAL 775 Galleon Drive $8,495,000 PSIR Darlene Roddy 4040685 >$11,000,00039 PORT ROYAL 3045 Fort Charles Drive $11,950,000 PSIR Michael Lawler 213-7475 >$80,0001 PALM RIVER 221 Cypress Way E #203 $83,900 Downing & Frye Kim Zupncic 239-290-3986 1-4 pm>$400,0002 LEMURIA 7172 Lemuria Circle #1602 From $400,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Tom Gasbarro 404-4883 Sun 12-4 3 MERCATO THE STRADA 9123 Strada Place From $400,000 PSIR Call 239.594.9400 Mon-Sat 10-8 & Sun 12-8 4 ISLAND WALK Island Walk $450,000 $480,000 Illustrated Properties Joanne Ciesielski 239-287-6732 1-4 pm 5 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB ALTESSA 28600 Altessa Way #201 $479,500 PSIR Roxanne Jeske 405-0065>$500,000 6 BONITA BAY ESPERIA & TAVIRA 26951 Country Club Drive From $500,000 PSIR Call 239.495.1105 Mon-Sat 10-5 & Sun 12-5 7 EAGLE CREEK Eagle Creek $515,000 $550,000 Coldwell Banker Sally Masters 8 MEDITERRA BRENDISI 29120 Brendisi Way #3201 $525,000 PSIR Roxanne Jeske 405-0065 9 VILLAGE WALK 3302 Cerrito Court $549,000 Illustrated Properties Brian Carey 239-370-8687 1-4 pm>$600,00010 FIDDLERS CREEK MULBERRY ROW 7734 Mulberry Lane $645,000 PSIR Michelle L. Thomas 860-7176 11 PELICAN BAY 6001 Pelican Bay Blvd # 1406 $669,000 Coldwell Banker Lisa Tashjian 239-259-7024 12-2 pm>$1700,00012 MOORINGS 720 Binnacle Drive $750,000 PSIR Randy Wilson 450-9091 13 OLDE CYPRESS 7540 Treeline Drive $779,900 PSIR Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 287-7903 14 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE 280 Grande Way From $799,000 PSIR Call 239.594.1700 Mon-Sat 10-5 & Sun 12-5>$800,00015 OLD NAPLES 350 3rd Ave. S $845,000 Keating Associates Peggy Sue Garrity 239-207-1008>$900,00016 WYNDEMERE LODGINGS 122 Edgemere Way South $995,000 PSIR Kathyrn Hurvitz 290-0228 >$1,000,00017 OLD NAPLES VILLAS TORINO 355 9th Avenue South #102 $1,125,000 PSIR Marty/Debbi McDermott 564-4231 18 PELICAN LANDING SANCTUARY 3611 Sanctuary Lakes Drive $1,175,000 PSIR Daniel Pregont 272-8020 19 COLLIERS RESERVE 12495 Colliers Reserve Drive $1,285,000 PSIR Terri Moellers 248-1964 20 PARK SHORE MERIDIAN CLUB 4901 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #1403 $1,355,000 PSIR Pat Duggan 216-1980 21 PARK SHORE 4901 Gulf Shore Blvd #1203 $1,490,000 Coldwell Banker Kay Miller 239-898-3693 1-4 pm 2 4 3 5 15 6 10 16 17 13 14 11 7 19 8 9 12 18 1 20 22 23 25 28 24 27 26 29 30 31 36 32 37 35 33 38 34 39 21www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB30 REAL ESTATE JANUARY 19-25, 2012

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THE GALLERY 239.659.0099 MARCO ISLAND 239.642.2222 THE VILLAGE 239.261.6161 THE PROMENADE 239.948.4000 NORTH NAPLES 239.594.9494 COMMERCIAL 239.947.6800 FIFTH AVENUE 239.434.8770 RENTAL DIVISION 239.262.4242 OLD NAPLES 239.434.2424 DEVELOPER SERVICES 239.434.6373 Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each Oce Is Independently Owned And Operated. Equal housing opportunity. PELICAN LANDING BONITA SPRINGSpremiersothebysrealty.com THE BROOKS SHADOWWOOD IDLEWILDE 10067 Idle Pine Ln Super WOW lake house to entertain year-round. Decorator features throughout, 4BR/4.5BA + den. Great room plan. $1,199,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 PELICAN LANDING LONGLAKE Beautifully renovated lakefront home! Oversized homesite, extra-large lanai, 3BR/2.5BA + den, heated pool and spa.$749,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 BONITA SPRINGS BRENDAN COVE Gulf access, beautifully remodeled 4BR/3BA home in a gated boating community. Docks, boat lift. Screened pool/spa. $689,000 Mark Leone | 784-5686 PELICAN LANDING PELICANS NEST South facing vistas over golf course & lake. Family room, 3BR+den/4th bedroom. Lushly landscaped, oered as-is. $595,000 | Stephanie/John Coburn & P am Umscheid | 948-4000 PELICAN LANDING THE COTTAGES An exquisite courtyard home with private courtyard pool & spa area. S. facing lanai overlooking lake/ golf course. $617,000 | Stephanie/John Coburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 THE BROOKS SHADOW WOOD LONGLEAF 22110 Longleaf Trail Dr An expansive 3BR/3.5BA + den home being oered furnished. Wide lake & preserve western view. Heated pool & spa. $550,000 | Jack Despart | 273-7931 PELICAN LANDING BAYCRESTLake to golf course view plus western exposure for sunsets. This 2BR/2BA+den villa has been beautifully updated. $385,000 | Stephanie/John Coburn & P am Umscheid | 948-4000 BONITA SPRINGS BONITA FARMS Boaters completely remodeled 2BR+den home with 100 ft. on the river, 60 wraparound dock, 10,000 lb. boat lift.$289,900 | Mark Leone | 784-5686 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB TRIESTE #204 Bundled golf, southern exposure lake/golf views. Upgraded 2BR/2BA+den end residence. Cul-de-sac location by pool.$219,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB TOSCANA I 12180 Toscana Way #101 Southern exposure golf/lake view. Meticulously maintained end residence. Bundled golf. Near clubhouse, pool/tennis.$248,000 | Dave/Ann Renner | 784-5552 PELICAN LANDING POINTE #101 Privacy & quiet complements this end position coach home. A most desired location with many lifestyle activities.$217,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 THE BROOKS SPRING RUN HIDDEN LAKES #2506 Model condition turnkey and totally renovated 2BR/2BA condominium. Close to the pool, fabulous lake & golf view. $199,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 PELICAN LANDING SAWGRASS POINT #102 Glorious lake and golf course views! Wellmaintained, many appliances have been replaced, newly painted interior. $189,900 Stephanie/ John C oburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 THE BROOKS SPRING RUN AUTUMN LAKE #1204 Outstanding lake view, 1st oor 2BR/2BA condominium, attached garage. Turnkey furnished, near pool & clubhouse. $179,900 Cathy Lieberman/Cindy Rei | 777-2441GRANDEZZA SABAL PALM #806 Quiet preserve and golf view, 2BR/2BA plus den condominium. Neutral colors. Community pool and the Club is closeby. $162,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 ESTERO COCONUT POINT RAPALLO #205 Excellent value. Open plan 2BR/2BA + den, private garage. Resort style living.$170,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210PELICAN LANDING SAWGRASS POINT #103 Mint condition 1st oor condominium overlooks landscaped area to golf course. Tennis, tness, private beach park. $169,900 | Stephanie/John Coburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 BONITA SPRINGS BONITA FARMS Gulf access, waterfront home with 40 dock. Generously sized 5BR/3.5BA home. Spacious screened lanai, fenced yard.$499,000 | Mark Leone | 784-5686 PELICAN LANDING COSTA DEL SOL #404 Sweeping rolling golf course view with a peek of the lake is the perfect spot for this upgraded 3BR/3BA pool home. $379,000 | Stephanie/ JohnC oburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000ESPERIA TAVIRA 26951 Country Club Island Golf Course, Estero Bay & the Gulf. An idyllic community devoted to golf, parks, marina & more! OPEN MONSAT: SUN: PELICAN LANDING SANDPIPER ISLE #202 Airy & light, 2nd oor condominium with open space, storage, lake & golf course views. Tennis across the street. $339,000 Stephanie/ JohnCoburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB TOSCANA 12219 Toscana Way #202 Bundled golf community, 3BR/2BA+den coach home has room to roam. Quiet lake & preserve views, near pool. Furnished. $279,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB ALTESSA #204 Bundled golng community. Wide lake views, southern exposure, beautifully decorated turnkey furnished 2BR/2BA+den. $225,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 THE BROOKS COPPERLEAF CINNAMON RIDGE 23801 Copperleaf Blvd Sunset views across golf course from heated pool. Airy 2-story great room, upgraded kitchen & formal dining area. $489,000 | Trudy/Carl Salyers | 398-8901 PELICAN LANDING PENNYROYAL Perfect views of the 7th green, lake/fairway. Exquisite 5BR/4.5BA+den. Separate cabana. Beach, golf, tennis & more! $1,395,000 Mary Catherine/Larry White | 287-2818 ESTERO GRANDEZZA SAVONA Wide lake views, well-maintained 4BR+den home. Extended lanai w/spa overlooks tropical yard. Gated golf community. $449,000 Larry/Mary Catherine White | 287-2818 HIGHLAND WOODS ST. ANDREWS VERANDAS I #1201 Relaxing golf to lake views from this well-maintained 2BR/2BA + den end residence. Turnkey furnished. Gated entry. $269,000 | Marty/Debbi McDermott | 564 -4231 PELICAN LANDING LAKEMONT COVE #201 This lovely 3BR/2BA has new tile throughout the living areas. Near community center, pool & spa, walk to shops/dining.$244,000 | Jack Despart | 273-7931 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB FIRENZE#102 Turnkey furnished 2BR/2BA coach home with a S. exposure lake/golf view. Bundled golf community, Har-Tru tennis. $224,900 Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 BONITA SPRINGS BRIDGEWATER #106 Bay views abound from this 2BR/2BA condominium just blocks to beach. Convenient 1st oor, screened lanai, terrace. $390,000 Cli Donenfeld/Carol Sheehy | 398-0335 PELICAN LANDING CAPRI Totally updated & renovated 3BR/2BA home. Beautiful lake view, large lot & entire interior was repainted in 2010. $449,000 | Stephanie/John Coburn/Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 PELICAN LANDING LAKEMONT COVE #201 Lovely 3BR/2BA 2nd oor residence in move-in condition. This condominium has recently been partially updated.$249,900 | Jack Despart | 273-7931 PELICAN LANDING LAKEMONT COVE #201 A quiet cul-de-sac setting overlooking lake. Wonderful 3BR/2BA home oered turnkey, 1-car garage & private lanai.$239,900 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210 VASARI ALTESSA 28600 Altessa Way #201 Elevator access to this coach home with a view, open plan & luxury nishes. Bundled golf, tennis, tness & club.$479,500 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210BONITA SPRINGS BERMUDA PARK Impeccably cared for 2BR/2BA + den with lanai feels like a seaside cottage. Oered turnkey furnished.$129,900 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210WOODS EDGE BERMUDA RIDGE #105 Vacation retreat or excellent rental potential 2BR + den 2nd oor condominium. Nature views, close to beach. $154,900 | Harriet Harnar | 273-5443 ESTERO SANDARAC A fabulous 2BR/2BA condominium on the beach, fantastic Gulf views. Near shops, dining & marina. Turnkey furnished. $449,000 Daniel Pregont | 272-8020 PELICAN LANDING SANCTUARY Wonderful blend of old world exterior styling & modern livability. Stunning 3BR/3.5BA + den, heated pool and spa.$1,175,000 | Daniel Pregont | 272-8020 THE BROOKS SPRING RUN SUNSET STREAM #901 New carpet, fresh paint inside & out, turnkey 2BR/2BA + den in a great bundled golf community. Walk to pool & spa. $219,900 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210VASARI COUNTRY CLUB TOSCANA I #101 Fantastic turnkey furnished, corner 2BR+den. Preserve view, tile in all living areas & 1-car garage. Bundled golf. $240,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210PELICAN LANDING LAKEMONT #101 Rarely available, fantastic private location with many recent updates. New appliances, 2BR/2BA+den with murphy bed. $479,000 | Roxanne Jeske | 450-5210PELICAN LANDING PENNYROYAL An impeccable home located on the 1st tee with a lovely lake view. Timeless oor plan, lanai with renovated pool. $699,000 | Pam Umscheid/Stephanie/John Coburn | 948-4000PELICAN LANDING SAWGRASS POINT #104 Immaculately maintained end residence has a den or 3rd bedroom, new kitchen appliances & interior paint. Furnished. $172,000 | Pam Umscheid/Stephanie/John Coburn | 948-4000 THE BROOKS SHADOW WOOD Long lake to golf course views over pool/ spa. Custom features, 3BR/3.5BA+den home. Professionally landscaped. $985,000 | Stephanie/ John C oburn & Pam Umscheid | 948-4000 OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN. OPEN SUN.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYARTS & ENTERTAINMENTA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SCENE CSECTIONWEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 BROUGHT TO YOU BY: INSIDEThe High-Rises at Bonita Bay 495-1105 Estuary at Grey Oaks 261-3148 The Strada at Mercato 594-9400 The Village 261-6161 The Gallery 659-0099 Old Naples 434-2424 North Naples 594-9494 The Promenade 948-4000 Fifth Avenue 434-8770 Marco Island 642-2222 Rentals 262-4242 Go for granacheWine writer Jim McCracken predicts the next big thing. C34 So-so smugglingFilm critic Dan Hudak says Contraband falls short. C11 Pour for the PoorA wine tasting at Bay Colony, and more to-dos around town.C31-32-33 Gulfshore Playhouse presents David Mamets thought-provoking Race, the Broadway hit about a law firm taking on a racially charged case, Jan. 27-Feb. 12 at The Norris Center. A preview performance is Jan. 26. Two attorneys, one black and one white, are offered a chance to defend a white man charged with a crime against a black woman. A true case of he said/she said, Race will make you question what you thought, what you heard and what you think you know. Mr. Mamet, a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright known for his distinct style of dialogue aptly referred to as Mamet speak, also directed the Broadway production of Race, which SHAWNA HAMIC DREAMED A DREAM. Now shes living it. When she was 11, she saw a national touring production of Les Miserables with her parents at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. In the middle of the show, she leaned over and whispered to her mother, Ma, Im gonna be her one day. Oh, Cossette? asked her mother, thinking her daughter wanted to play the little girl.Mamets Race starts soon at The Norris CenterBY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ oridaweekly.com SEE LES DREAMS, C4 Actress lands role that inspired her as a girl Im one of the few people in my business making a living doing what I want to be doing. Im lucky. Im blessed. Shawna Hamic, actress Lesdreamscome trueDEEN VAN MEER / COURTESY PHOTO COURTESY IMAGE Shawna Hamic in Master of the House during a performance of the 25th anniversary Les Misrables tour. SEE RACE, C5

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www.RiverchaseDermatology.com Same week appointments available. SWFLs Most Comprehensive Skin Center Three Fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeons Dermabeam Non-surgical Radiation Therapy Camisa Psoriasis Center CoolsculptingCosmetic and Laser Dermatology Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery Spa Blue MD Medical Spa A Melanoma InitiativeThei on P ass Proud supporter of the Passion Foundation. North Naples 239-596-90751015 Crosspointe Dr.Downtown Naples 239-216-4337261 9th St. S. Marco Island 239-642-3337950 N. Collier Blvd., #303Ft. Myers 239-437-88107331 Gladiolous Dr.Cape Coral 239-443-15001425 Viscaya Pkwy., #102See Spot. See Spot Change. See Riverchase Dermatology. www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC2 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 My roommates friend came over for the weekend. Shes a short, fiery redhead with a good heart and a big mouth. She followed me into the bathroom as I stood in front of the mirror, curling iron in hand, and leaned against the doorway. And so when I was in Spain, she said, the guys there were really cute. Very Latin, you know? I nodded and looked at her in the mirror over my head. Yeah, they Right. So, were sitting at this restaurant by the beach and this guy comes up. Real flirtatious, you know? Yeah, Ive So, hes talking to my friend and Im like, Hey, what about me? I let the piece of hair Id been curling fall against my shoulder and rolled a new strand while the friend went on and on and on until I finished curling my whole head. Then she followed me into the bedroom. And that night we were going to meet up with him and his friends. You know how in Spain they start so late? I was So, there we were getting ready to go out and I had on these really high heels. You know the ones Im talking about? I saw them Im getting dressed and my friend comes in and shes like, What are you wearing? She talked while I put on my makeup, talked while I changed into my work clothes, talked as I stepped out the front door. Ill see you tonight, I said. Your friends will be there? The guys? I snuck out before she had the chance to follow. Heres the thing about this tiny fireball: She searches for men constantly in bars, in clubs, at the grocery store but she thinks all the good men are hiding. Why else, she says, cant she find a man? What she doesnt realize is that its not her search thats flawed. Its something more personal. At the bar that night, I drank a round with my guy friends before she showed up. Over hard cider and a plate of cheese fries, I quizzed Miguel on his required qualities for a girlfriend. Number one, he said, we have to have a physical attraction. OK, OK. Ive grilled enough guys to know the standard. But what else? She has to be a good listener, he said. In fact, nearly every man Ive asked over the years has rated being a good listener in his top five girlfriend qualities. Most put it in their top three. But when my chatty friend stopped by the bar, she wasnt interested in listening to anything the guys had to say. Instead she brought her own talking points. Your friend sure talks a lot, Miguel said later as we left the bar. I often wonder why women with otherwise great qualities hurt their chances in love by making the men they meet their verbal dumping grounds. Instead of rat tling on, my red-haired friend would do better to pause, take a deep breath and give sincere listening a shot. Perhaps when she isnt chasing the sound of her own voice she might finally find what shes looking for. SANDY DAYS, SALTY NIGHTSEasy listener t c w p artisHENDERSONsandydays@floridaweekly.com

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C3 Comedian Tim Walkoe at 239-213-3049 or 3058 Location: 755 8th Ave., S. Naples, Fl. 34102 Tickets $25at the Norris Center in Cambier Park Back by Popular Demand and One Night Only! Holocaust Museum & Education Center hosts Project Tolerance: Faces of Anne FrankThe Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida presents Project Tolerance: Faces of Anne Frank on exhibit through January. One of the worlds most recognized Holocaust victims, Anne Frank kept a diary of her and her familys lives while hiding in an attic from the Nazis. Sanibel artist Myra Robertss 30 original oil paintings of Miss Franks life took nearly two years to create. They depict the innocence and joy that was ultimately lost in Miss Franks young life. Project Tolerance: Faces of Anne Frank, is the focus for Ms. Robertss artistic and social commentary on the intolerance and bigotry that still plagues the world today. Art that raises consciousness is vital, the artist says. My hope is that through this project, we can make the world a better place to live. Fort Myers journalist Ella Nayor has collaborated with Ms. Roberts for the Naples exhibit. Ms. Nayors new book, Faces of Tolerance: Everybody Counts, details the lives of some Holocaust survivors living in Florida and also features interviews with people who have been marginalized or faced intolerance and prejudice. Included are the homeless and disabled, and victims of homophobia and racism. It is my dream that through our work, we will spark thought and enlightenment about intolerance and hatred, Ms. Nayor says. If we start taking the time to see each other as people all belonging to one human family, we can begin to live more peacefully as a planet. The museum will host the artist and writer for a discussion at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25. A portion of proceeds from art, catalog and book sales will benefit the Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida. Ms. Roberts and Ms. Nayor also give multimedia educational presentations on the project. For more information, visit www. holocaustmuseumswfl.org or www.projecttolerance.com. Anne Frank, Kind Spirit, by Myra Roberts VIGNETTESBY KELLIUNIQUE FURNISHINGS, ACCESSORIES AND INTERIOR DESIGN.SHOWROOM LOCATION 239.403.4181 WWW.KELLIINTERIORDESIGN.COMA DIVISION OF MANGO MADNESSLIC #IB26001333 ASID #77859 NCIDQ CERTIFIED oldenaplesvet349 14th Ave. South Naples, Florida 34102 239.331.3345 www.OldeNaplesVet.com Full Service Boutique Style Veterinary Hospital in the heart of Historic Olde Naples.Anne Lozynski, D.V.M"Yappy Hour" Thursday, January 26th from 5-7pmWe will be serving Mutt-Tinis and Pup-Cakes for our 4 footed friends! THIRD STREET SOUTHThe Birthplace of Old Naples GLORIOUS FOOD, GREAT SHOPS & GRACEFUL BYWAYSGlamour & Good Times Since the 1930s

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC4 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 No, Im going to be Madame Thenardier one day, Ms. Hamic told her. I didnt want to be the kid. I wanted to be the person who made people laugh, she explains, adding it was the role that made her realize she wanted to be an actor. It showed me that you could be a performer for a living, you could tour the country, she says. And now, 24 years later, shes doing exactly that. Ms. Hamic is touring in the 25th anniversary production of Les Misrables, playing the very role that inspired her to become an actor: Madame Thenardier, an innkeepers wife who steals from the dead and cheats the living. The character, who is Ms. Hamics polar opposite, helps provide the comic relief for the show. Im living my dream, the actress says. When the tour played Los Angeles for seven weeks, at the very same theater where shed first seen the show, her parents and grandmother attended the big opening night. Life had come full circle; her family was in the audience, and she was on stage performing the role that had inspired her career. The national tour plays at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts in Naples Jan. 24-29. Limited tickets remain available.Local rootsLocal theatergoers will surely remember Ms. Hamic from her roles at the now-defunct Naples Dinner Theatre, where she performed shows such as The Pirates of Penzance and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (in which she stood on a desk and belted out the gospel-tinged Brotherhood of Man). And she was the lead in Once Upon a Mattress, playing the irrepressible Princess Winifred who, upon making her first appearance on stage, spat out a mouthful of water, having just swum the moat. In those performances, you could feel the audience perk up the moment she stepped on stage. Theatergoers just love her. She possesses that certain ineffable quality, that inner glow, that draws them to her, even when shes only part of the chorus.Feather in her capWe all knew shed become famous somehow, because she was meant to be a performer, says Neapolitan Debi Guthery, who acted in Mame with Ms. Hamic at the dinner theater in the 2003-04 season. Were all waiting for her to be on Broadway. Shes just wonderful. She has the it factor. She has that drive and the talent. Shes a triple threat: she can dance, sing and act, says Ms. Guthery, recalling that Ms. Hamic was the dance captain for Mame. Its really cool that Shawna gets to play that role (in Les Miz), she says. Im very happy for her. But its not a big surprise. I always knew I would see her somewhere, someday, in a big show or on a big tour. The role, Ms. Guthrey adds, should help Ms. Hamic get a leg up on the competition when she gets back to New York. Its great to have this national tour on her resume. Ms. Haic says coming back to Naples is kind of a homecoming. I loved doing shows at the Naples Dinner Theatre, she says. Im sad it wont be there. So much started there for me. The theater closed in April 2007. She remembers sitting backstage several years ago, talking with fellow actor Joe Spieldener about the shows that had inspired them to be in theater. Mr. Spieldener, who played the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance with Ms. Hamic, is also performing in Les Miz as Grantaire and is the understudy for Javert, one of the lead characters. After Naples she performed at Mt. Gretna Playhouse in Pennsylvania, where she got her equity card. She moved back to New York City and started doing readings and shows with the New York Musical Theatre Festival. There, she says, I was performing in small things and getting close to big shows. A couple of years ago, the festival named her its Next Broadway Sensation, an award for which she beat out hundreds of other contestants. Her prize: a fully produced cabaret show at Joes Pub in New York City. In 2010, she was cast in Twist, a show directed by Debbie Allen that played at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta.Her roleWhen she learned there was going to be a 25th anniversary national tour of Les Miz, she says, I said, Well, its mine. But her agent thought she was too young for the role and wouldnt submit her. So Ms. Hamic went to an open call and auditioned on her own. First, she auditioned for the casting director. Then she was called back to audition for the director and music director, who liked her enough to ask her to return for a work session. Its more like a preparation, she explains about a work session, to see how you work together, how you respond to their direction. They say, Try it this way, Try it that way. Its just a way of getting to know you a little bit more, and to see if youll be a good fit. During the 40-minute session, she says, the director said to her, Youre having a really good time. And she was. It was one of the very few times I wasnt nervous (during an audition), even a little bit, she says. Not a single stitch. No nerves at all. The director asked why she wasnt nervous. So I told him the story about (seeing Les Miz as a child and how) I told my mother, Thats going to be me. I said, Even if this is all that happens, Im going to enjoy every single second Im in this room. Then she was called back for an unexpected second work session, with the director of the London production. His direction was the opposite of what the American director had asked her to do, and Ms. Hamic left the audition thinking she had blown her chance at the role. But then came the final callback, when she was introduced to the musicals composer, Claude-Michel Schonberg, and author/dramatist Alain Boublil, who had flown in from France. The room was filled with 20 to 30 people, she remembers, including both directors, the head of the casting office, casting associates and the composer and dramatists entourages. When you get that many people in the room, this is no longer an audition, its a small cabaret, Ms. Hamic says. I thought, Lets go! I can work this room. I did what I thought was right. And it got her the job. She was one of the first people they called. Ms. Hamic immediately called her mother. I said, Hey, Ma! Remember that promise I made to you? Rehearsals began at the 42nd Street Studios on Oct. 7, 2010, and the first official show, not counting previews, was Nov. 19 at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. Shes given up her New York apartment and put her things in storage.A tough scheduleIts hard work, she says about being on tour. She works six days a week, and on the seventh, travels to the next city. The production has already played Seattle, Denver, Dallas and San Antonio, among others. Its incredibly draining, she says. The show is three hours long and (theres a huge) amount of energy I need to put into it. But its worth every single bit of effort. Im one of the few people in my business making a living, making a substantial one, doing what I want to be doing. Im lucky. Im blessed. And I worked incredibly hard for it, so Im very happy. Shes just been asked and has agreed to extend her contract through the end of 2012. The 25th anniversary national tour production has an updated orchestration and totally new staging. The iconic stage turntable from the original production is gone. Part of our imagery and scenes are projections based on the paintings and drawings of Victor Hugo, who was not only a writer, but a prolific artist and activist, Ms. Hamic says. Some of the projections move, she adds, so when the cast sings One More Day at the end of Act One and (the actors) are walking, the street moves behind them. Its cinematic in a sense. Its the same story people love, but a fresh new take on it, which is lovely. What would she like to do next? I would love to stay with the show if it went to Broadway, she says. Shes also never met Jenny Galloway, whose portrayal of Madame Thenardier inspired her to go into acting. I love speaking to kids, she says. I always wanted to be like the woman who inspired me to follow my life path. If I can do that for somebody, even if I dont meet them, thats great. If I can help inspire someone to find their own passion, thats what I love. I have the drive for this business. I have the passion and the joy for it. I feel I was born to do this, and that helps me going forward when things get difficult. Shes living proof that dreams can come true. (They can) if you work hard for them, she says. You cant just sit back and expect them to come to you. Youve got to work as hard as anyone else, and sometimes your dreams come true. Sometimes it works out perfectly. Im blissfully happy. LES DREAMSFrom page 1 DEEN VAN MEER / COURTESY PHOTOShawna Hamic and the company of the 25th anniversary tour of Les Misrables Les Misrables>> When: Jan. 24-29 >> Where: The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples >> Cost: $99, limited availability >> Info: 597-1900 or www.ThePhil.org

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 AT 2 P.M.White by DesignFree and open to the public. Following her presentation, a complimentary book-signing wine reception featuring her new book Apartments will be hosted at Henredon Interior Design Showroom.Mariette Himes Gomez Gomez Associates, Inc., New York Interior designer Mariette Himes Gomez has been called the House Whisperer because of her subtle design touch. Her Manhattan rm, Gomez Associates, is known for very livable rooms with clean lines and clear architectural denition. Himes Gomez is an Architectural Digest Top 100 Designer, a House Beautiful Giant of Design and the recent recipient of ASIDs National Designer of Distinction Award. She is the go-to designer for a client list that includes Harrison Ford, Peter Lynch, and director Ivan Reitman. Her line of furniture, The Mariette Himes Gomez Collection for Hickory Chair, is available at Henredon Interior Design Showroom. Seating is limited. RSVP by Tuesday, January 24, 2012. Register online ONLY at www.MiromarDesignCenter.com or call (239) 390-8207. Monday-Friday: 9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. All Three Floors 01181912-151Miromar Design CenterPRESENTSTHE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C5 www.agavenaples.com 239-598-FIRE (3473) 2380 Vanderbilt Beach Road, NaplesNot just for Dinner. Open until midnight daily serving full menu. South west ern: (adj.) a sophisticated blend of Spanish & Mexican in uenced cuisine. @HotSpotNaplesTequila Inspired. Real Wood Fired.premiered December 2009 and starred James Spader, David Alan Grier, Kerry Washington and Richard Thomas. Gulfshore Playhouses first production of one of Mr. Mamets works was Oleanna in 2006. Fresh off the national tour of The 39 Steps, Eric Hissom stars in this production of Race as the sleazy solicitor Jack Lawson, and Jefferson Russell plays his partner, Henry Brown. The two take on the case of the contemptuous and smugly privileged Charles Strickland, played by Brent Langdon. Edena Hines plays Susan, another attorney in the firm representing the defense. Mr. Hissom has an MFA from Florida State University and has performed and/or directed at theaters across the country, including Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ky.; La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Rep, Syracuse Stage, and the Asolo Repertory Theatre. Mr. Russells TV credits include roles on HBOs The Wire and NBCs Homicide: Life on the Streets. Kristen Coury, founder and producing artistic director of Gulfshore Playhouse, directs Race. I love to direct theatre that makes you think, and with these actors, this show is bound to have the audience debating the themes as they walk out of the theatre she says. Tickets to Race start at $35 and can be purchased by calling (866) 811-4111 or by visiting www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org. For more information, call 261-7529. RACEFrom page 1 COURTESY PHOTOSTop: Jefferson Russell and Eric Hissom Above: Eric Hissom and Edena Hines

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www.harmonmeekgallery.com Open Monday Friday 10 5 Est. in Naples in 1964 Saturday by AppointmentHARMON-MEEK GALLERY599 Tamiami Trail No., Suite 309 Naples, FL 34102(239) 261-2637 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC6 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 12980 Tamiami Trail N.In the Imperial Shoppes, across from Germain ToyotaNaples, FL 34110 239.325.9767Consignment BoutiqueStart the New Year in style Something for everyone petite to plusConsignment for the stylish, con dent woman!RED LINE SALE 20-50% OFF $20 AND UNDER RACKS! Look for the Naughty Nook Fun Retail Lingerie Parties & Gifts our speciality Theater Race Gulfshore Playhouse presents David Mamets award-winning play Jan. 27-Feb. 12 at The Norris Center. (866) 8114111or www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Doubt By The Naples Players Feb. 1-25 in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or www. naplesplayers.org/tickets. 12 Angry Jurors By The Marco Players through Jan. 29 on Marco Island. 642-7270 or www.themarcoplayers.com. Moonlight & Magnolias By The Naples Players through Feb. 4 at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or www.naplesplayers.org/tickets. The Year of Magical Thinking By Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers, through Feb. 4. 332-4488 or www.floridarep.org. God of Carnage By Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers, through Jan. 31. 332-4488 or www.floridarep.org. Walt Whitman Written and performed by Will Stutts through Jan. 21 by Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance for the Arts, Fort Myers. 936-3239 or www. theatreonspiracy.org. Me and My Girl At the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, Fort Myers, through Feb. 11. 278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com. One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest By Laboratory Theater of Florida through Jan. 28 at 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers. 218-0481 or www.laboratorytheaterflorida.com. Symphony Award Winners The Southwest Florida Symphony performs The Envelope, Please at 8 p.m. Jan. 20-21 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 418-1500. Chamber Concert The Naples Philharmonic Orchestra performs Sypert Salon Chamber 4 at 3 p.m. Jan. 22 at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts. 597-1900 or www.ThePhil.org. Heroes of Broadway The Gulf Coast Symphony presents Broadway Heroes at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 277-1700 or www.gulfcoastsymphony.org. Tchaikovsky The St. Petersburg State Orchestra plays Tchaikovsky at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 481-4849 or www.bbmannpah.com. Masterworks II The Southwest Florida Symphony performs Masterworks III at 8 p.m. Jan. 27 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 418-1500. Thursday, Jan. 19 Remembering Elvis Chris MacDonald: Memories of Elvis comes to Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at 7:30 p.m. 481-4849 or www. bbmannpah.com. A Stand-Up Guy Rodney Perry performs tonight through Sunday at the Off the Hook Comedy Club on Marco Island. 389-6900. Friday, Jan. 20 Puttin on the Ritz The 10th anniversary celebration at The RitzCarlton Golf Resort starts at 7:30 p.m., hosted by after-dark radio personality Delilah with live music by The Headliners. A portion of ticket sales benefit the Naples Children & Education Foundation. 598-6644 or ritzcarlton.com/ naplesgolf. Saturday, Jan. 21 Everglades Art Art-in-theGlades runs from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. at McLeod Park in Everglades City. Shop for handmade crafts and local artwork and enjoy food and live music. 695-2905 or www.evergladeshistorical.org. 3rd Saturday Art The 3rd Saturday Art Day runs from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the North Naples Arts Alliance in the Pine Ridge Industrial Park. 821-1061. Canine Fun Dog Day in the Garden takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Naples Botanical Garden. 643-7275 or www.naplesgarden.org. See story on page A37. Hot Cars & More A chili cookoff, beer fest and car show runs from noon-6 p.m. at Bayfront Place & Marina. 649-8700. Big Band The Southwest Florida Big Band performs from 2-4 p.m. in the band shell at Cambier Park. 213-3058. WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO COURTESY PHOTOThe Englishman Gallery hosts wine, hors doeuvres and an evening with artist Jane Chapin, a member of the Oil Painters of America, to celebrate her newest works from 5:30-8 p.m. Jan. 26. Included in the exhibit is St. Michele Street, above. A portion of the evenings sales will be donated to The Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. The gallery is at 1190 Third St. S. 649-8088.COURTESY PHOTOComedian Tim Walkoe takes the stage from 7:30-10 p.m. Jan. 20 at The Norris Center. 213-3058. COURTESY PHOTOThe Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs presents Naomi Niskala, left, and Salley Koo in A Virtuosic Program of Beethoven, Jazz and More at 7 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Promenade at Bonita Bay. $20 members; $25 non-members. 495-8989.

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ACCESSORY SALE!thru JAN 31 TRADITIONSClassic Home Furnishings870 6th Ave S, Naples (239) 213-1240 Minneapolis Saint Paulwww.Traditions.com Hostess Gifts & Fine Accesories NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C7 BACK BY POPULAR DEMANDSINATRA LIVE WITH THE STRICTLY SINATRA LIVE ORCHESTRATWO SHOWS6PM-8:15PM $40 PER PERSONSUGDEN THEATRE701 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH, NAPLES, FL BOX OFFICE 239-263-7990 THIS YEAR SHOW LIVE ORCHESTRA michael dutra richard deluca WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOGallery Opening Art 41, a new gallery at 4115 Tamiami Trail N., celebrates its grand opening from 5-9 p.m. 249-2205. Sunday, Jan. 22 Pets on Third Third Street South goes to the dogs (and cats and all manner of pets) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The pet parade begins at noon. 649-6707. Bonita Band The Bonita Springs Concert Band performs from 2-4 p.m. in Riverside Park on Old 41. Free. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating. Artists in Action The Southwest Florida Pastel Society presents Alla Prima from 2-5 p.m. at the Bonita Springs Center for the Arts. Four award-winning artists create collaborative pieces by working from painting to painting in this fast-paced exhibition. $25 in advance; $30 at the door. 596-2257 or www.pastelsociety.org. Music on Marco The first of Marco Presbyterian Churchs Music for the Soul Concert Series starts at 6 p.m. 394-8186 or www.marcochurch.com. High Notes The Southwest Florida Italian Opera Society presents the Bel Canto Trio in Remembering Mario Lanza: An Operatic Tribute To Mario Lanza, at 7 p.m. at First Congregational Church of Naples. 293-5210 or (313) 702-9264. Monday, Jan. 23 Chamber Concert Classic Chamber Concerts presents The B Identity Trios, a program of music by Beethoven and Brahms, at 8 p.m. at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or www.classicchamberconcerts.org. All That Jazz The Naples Jazz Orchestra performs from 7-9 p.m. in the band shell at Cambier Park. 213-3058. Foreign Film The Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs presents a screening and discussion of Amelie at 7 p.m. at the Promenade at Bonita Bay. $8. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita. org. Coming up Textures Gardener Colby Gallery hosts the opening reception for Textures from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Jan. 26. The show of works by John Schuyler, Recebba Kinkead, Dale Payson and Ran Adler will run through Feb. 5. RSVP to 403-7787 or e-mail art@gardnercolbygallery.com. Boo! Ghost walks start at 7, 7:15, 7:30 and 7:45 p.m. Jan. 27 at Koreshan State Historic Site. 992-0311. Guest Recital The FGCU Bower School of Music presents The Art of the Clarinet, featuring clarinetist Vadim Lando and pianist Pippa Borisy, at 3 p.m. Jan. 28 $7. 590-7851, pharkins@ fgcu.edu or www.fgcu.edu/CAS/BSM/ Concerts.html. Bayshore Art The Bayshore CAPA Festival of the Arts runs from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Jan. 28-29 at Sugden Regional Park. The Naples Concet Band will perform at 1 p.m. 775-2800. Those Were the Days The Temptations and The Four Tops take the stage at 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. 481-4849 or www.bbmannpah.com. Asian New Year Seminole Casino Immokalee celebrates the Asian New Year at 9 p.m. Jan. 28 with entertainment and Asian-inspired cuisine. www.seminoleimmokaleecasino.com. Now Thats Italian An opening reception for the Everything Italian exhibit takes place from 6-9 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Guess-Fisher Gallery & Phil Fisher Gallery, 810 12th Ave. S. 403-8393. Grill Time The Sunshine State Steak Cook-Off runs from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Ave Maria Town Center. Grill teams compete for the top prize of $1,0000. Steak dinners are $15. 280-2536. Sidewalk Art Chalk Art 2012 runs from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 28 on Fifth Avenue South (rain date is Jan. 29). 6928436. Take Four Beth Tikvah presents Take Four, Plus, a program of Broadway show tunes, beginning with a wine and cheese reception at 3 p.m. Jan. 29. $20 and $25. 1459 Pine Ridge Road. 33l2845. Miromar Art The fourth annual Art on the Lake at Miromar Lakes runs from noon-3 p.m. Jan. 29 at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. 489-2582 or www.MiromarLakes.com. Big Band Sounds The Gulf Coast Big Band performs from 2-4 p.m. Jan. 29 in the band shell at Cambier Park. 213-3058. Irish Night Andy Cooneys Forever Irish 2012 starts at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 1 at St. Elizabeth Seton School. $20. 4553900, ext. 203 or 774-1880. New Age Art The opening reception for Transformations in a New Age, featuring art by Kevin Caffrey, runs from 5:30-8 p.m. Feb. 2 at The Sultan Gallery at KVS Interior Design. The exhibit is on display through March 3. 3820 Via Del Rey, Bonita Springs. 9496700. Trunk Show WORTH NY comes to town with its Spring 2012 trunk show from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Feb. 4-12. 380 10th St. S. 860-3100. Seafood Fest The Everglades City Seafood Festival is set for Feb. 4-5 in McLeod Park. Enjoy tunes by Nashville musicians as well as locals, plus arts and crafts booths, carnival rides and seafood of all kinds. 695-2277 or www. evergladesseafoodfestival.com. Pickin and Grinnin The Acoustic Music Society of Southwest Florida presents Pickn in Paradise from 2-5 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Elks Lodge on Coconut Road, Estero. 248-8906 or www.acousticmusicsociety.org. Submit calendar listings and highresolution photos to events@floridaweekly.com. E-mail text, jpegs or Word documents are accepted. No pdfs or photos of flyers. The deadline for calendar submissions is noon Sunday. COURTESY PHOTONaples City Improv delivers its off-the-cuff, family friendly humor to the stage at The Norris Center beginning at 8 p.m. Jan. 21; 213-3049. The improv troupe also performs at 8 p.m. Jan. 26 at the English Pub; 682-0638.

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Everyone knows theyre going to die, but no one really believes it. This ironclad belief in our own immortality also spreads to family and friends: Its inconceivable that someone we love will die. Which is why it can be so difficult to accept when it does happen. Its incomprehensible; the mind refuses to believe it.He cant really be dead, we think. Surely hes coming back.The writer Joan Didion experienced this when her husband, John Gregory Dunne, also a writer, had a heart attack and died suddenly at their dining room table. Though paramedics worked on him for 45 minutes, they were unable to revive him. He was 71. Later, though she knows he is dead, Ms. Didion cant bring herself to throw out his shoes. He would need shoes if he were to return, she says. She wants an autopsy, because she reasons that if theyre able to discover what went wrong, they might be able to fix it. She calls this magical thinking, a state of mind that can occur during grieving where one reasons, If I do this, then this will occur even if the reasonings not logical at all. She wrote about her husbands death and the year that followed in The Year of Magical Thinking. A bestseller and winner of a National Book Award, the book was adapted into a one-woman Broadway play starring Vanessa Redgrave. (Although the play also deals with Ms. Didions daughters health problems and unexpected early death, the author did not write about her daughters death in the book.) Florida Repertory Theatres staging of The Year of Magical Thinking, running through Feb. 4 in the studio theater adjacent to the main stage in downtown Fort Myers, stars Sara Morsey, who was last seen at Florida Rep as the pill-popping alcoholic matriarch in last seasons August: Osage County. The play is, in a word, intense. Almost like a Greek tragedy, it begins with a warning to the audience: This happened on Dec. 30, 2003. That may seem a while ago, but it wont when it happens to you. And it will happen to you. The details will be different, but it will happen to you. Thats what Im here to tell you. She quotes the first lines she wrote after her husband died, the first words that became the opening to her bestselling memoir: Life changes fast. Life changes in the instant. You sit down to dinner and life as you know it ends. For those whove experienced a loss, seeing The Year of Magical Thinking is a comfort in some ways. Someone else has experienced what Im going through, you think. But it is also, in many ways, a grueling night at the theater. To say the subject matter is difficult is an understatement. And this might keep some people away. (On opening night, the tiny studio theater was not sold out.) But Ms. Morsey is superb actress, and Maureen Heffernan a masterful director. (She directed August: Osage County, Doubt and Dancing at Lughnasa, to name a few, at Florida Rep.) Ms. Heffernan has staged the play well. Throughout its 100 minutes of one woman talking to the audience and retelling her story, Ms. Morsey gets up and moves about the tiny space in ways that seem quite natural, effectively breaking up the monologue. Costume designer Judith Skyles has dressed Ms. Morsey in a simple white cowl neck sweater and brown pants with a scarf used as a shawl. Christopher Simpsons set is solid and substantial for the small space, creating a room with a fireplace and wainscoting, a flower-print easy chair and rug. The back wall is shorn in half, as if a great quake has separated it, and one side of the curtains on the window are ragged and torn. The lighting, by Kate Smith, is distracting, however, because were not only able to see the other audience members but even the lighting and sound board. Throughout the play, I was unfortunately hyper-aware of the various sounds that were introduced, such as the crash of waves when Ms. Morsey talks about the beach.Some issuesWith such a talented actress and director, I was expecting to be bowled over by The Year of Magical Thinking and was very surprised when I wasnt. The problems with the play stem from the material: Ms. Didion is a very stylized writer. Her carefully crafted sentences are so mannered they dont let us get lost in the play. Were constantly reminded that were sitting in a theater, listening to someone; were not drawn in as we normally would be. Also, Ms. Didion has an odd habit of keeping us at arms length, at pushing us away. Yes, shes talking about personal matters, but she also simultaneously keeps us removed from the emotions. We dont really get a feel for what her relationship with her husband was like; we dont get a sense of their camaraderie or their closeness. We do get stories about her walking out on him, or always needing to have the last word in an argument. Are there things shes not telling us, or was their relationship more businesslike and cerebral? The cold detachment of the words has an off-putting effect. Ms. Morsey does show emotion a few times, such as the tenderness displayed when shes talking to her daughter Quintana, who was in a hospital herself, in a coma, when her father died. Those rare moments in the play are moments of life and connection. Its unfortunate there arent more of them. Ms. Didion is called a cool customer at the hospital when her husband, dead on arrival, is brought in. Part of that, surely, is from the shock and from having to force herself to function and talk and take care of matters in a calm, adult way. But I wonder how much of that is also her actual personality, if shes always a cool customer. She seems to be someone who always needs to be in control of a situation and her emotions. That tight grip presents a challenge to Ms. Morsey. In staying true to the character, the person of Joan Didion, she cannot display warmth or great emotion, which hinders her connection with the audience. On the tables and shelves facing the actor are numerous photographs of Ms. Didion and Mr. Dunne, and photos of her with her daughter. Theyre facing the actor and are not really seen all that well by the audience. On the mantel, which the audience can see, stand more photo frames, but they contain no images, only blackness. This is a good analogy for Ms. Didions play: She sees more and knows more than shes telling us. Were not getting the whole picture. The Year of Magical Thinking has moments of insight, moments of emotion and moments that are food for thought. In trying to comprehend what happened, the playwright gathered up the paramedics records and hospital records, the autopsy report and even the doormans record log. But drama is found in emotions, not the recitation of facts. The audience leaves wiser, but somber and subdued. THEATER REVIEWThe Year of Magical Thinking: Intense, challenging h s h w y nancySTETSONnstetson@floridaweekly.com The Year of Magical Thinking>> When: Through Feb. 4 >> Where: Florida Repertory Studio Theatre, downtown Fort Myers >> Cost: $40 >> Info: 332-4488 or www. oridarep.org

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-AngelinaExperience award winning, romantic dining at Southwest Floridas most elegant restaurant. Four Course Dinner for Two, $65*Trip Advisor Italian Jewel in Bonita Springs jsunnyboy9 Singapore Outstanding Italian food, cool atmosphere and scene cdubb518 Troy, NY Always a great meal & great service! cricket23chicago Chicago, IL 24041 S. Tamiami Trail, Bonita Springs | 239.390.3187 www.angelinasofbonitasprings.com Follow me on Twitter @AngelinasBonitaReal. Italian.NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C9 PUZZLE ANSWERS Tribute bands bring favorite sounds to the Garden for evening concertsTribute bands are experiencing a surge of popularity and the Naples Botanical Garden is right on track to deliver the familiar tunes of favorite performers with a line-up of monthly concerts from 6-9 p.m. on select Fridays: Jan. 20: Fleetwood Max: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac Come Running through the Garden and be treated to a live concert on the Water Garden Stage with Stevie Nicks or at least a lookalike. Its actually lead vocalist Sharon Epperson and her band, Fleetwood Max. Feb. 10: Piano Man: A Tribute to Billy Joel This act is led by Mark Anthony. The Piano Man show will put you in a New York State of mind with songs like Big Shot, Uptown Girl and We Didnt Start the Fire. March 2: Let It Be: A Tribute to the Beatles This band has wowing fans of the Fab Four from Hollywood to Halifax, Chicago to Miami and now, Naples. On concert nights, the Garden will close after its regular hours end at 5 p.m. Guests are welcome to line up early for the concerts, but will not be allowed in the Garden prior to 6 p.m. Admission is $7 for adult members of the Garden, $3 for children; $15 for adult non-members, $5 for children. For more information, visit www. naplesgarden.org.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C11 1/2Is it worth $10? YesHave you ever had the experience where one small thing takes you out of an otherwise decent movie? Contraband is an average action flick with plausible twists and a fun story. But the villain, played by Giovanni Ribisi, speaks in a weak, nasally voice that belies his tattoos and gun-toting tough guy demeanor. If were to take him seriously as a man wholl kill the heros family, he shouldnt talk like a science geek. This doesnt ruin the movie because there are many other things going on (perhaps too many), but it does hinder the credibility of the characters. Oddly enough, integrity is everything in this smuggling story. As happens to many reluctant protagonists, Chris (Mark Wahlberg) has left the lucrative and dangerous life of international smuggling behind him. But when his dumbass brother-in-law Andy (Caleb Landry Jones) botches a job and ends up owing drug dealer Tim Briggs (Ribisi) $700,000, its up to Chris to settle the score. Chris wife Kate (Kate Beckinsale) hates that he has to take a cargo boat to Panama to retrieve counterfeit bills, but his friend Sebastian (Ben Foster) stays behind to protect her. Naturally, everything that can go wrong does go wrong in Panama, and to director Baltasar Kormakurs credit, its entertaining to see Chris maneuver through his ordeal. Kormakur is popular in his homeland of Iceland, but this is likely the first time American audiences will see his work. His style is similar to that of Tony Scott (Man On Fire, Dj vu): many grainy, coarse images with washed-out colors, quick edits, jarring action and swift camera movements, all of which help maintain an up-tempo pace that delivers a very visceral viewing experience. That said, the story probably has a few too many tangents for its own good, even though Kormakur nicely brings everything together in the end. Wahlberg is not a great actor and likely never will be, but hes a good action star and does well here. Ribisi is a weak villain never a good thing when a story requires a heavy antagonist but Foster is strong as Chris partner, and the supporting cast (led by J.K. Simmons) is stellar. Then theres Beckinsale, whos perfectly fine but leaves us wondering why shed be interested in this role in the first place. Theres literally nothing for her to do besides scream and play the concerned mother, which is a waste of her beauty, time and talent. After headlining the Underworld movies and more than holding her own in comedy (Click) and drama (Snow Angels), her career should be well past the point of menial supporting roles meant more for hottie up-and-comers. Come on, Kate, you have to be more daring than this. Contraband was right to focus on family values and action, but it doesnt discuss enough of how smuggling is done, which law-abiding moviegoers would no doubt find fascinating. After all, thats its real appeal; weve seen this storyline before and have a pretty good idea how its going to play out. Give us some new stuff to keep us entertained. As is, this movie is good but underwhelming, a entertaining excursion but not one youll remember two days later. Sometimes thats just what you need. LATEST FILMSContraband >> Contraband is a remake of the 2008 Icelandic thriller Reykjavk-Rotterdam, which won ve Edda Awards (the Icelandic Oscars) including Director of the Year and Screenplay of the Year. h a c f s f danHUDAKwww.hudakonhollywood.com The Most Authentic Mexican Food in Town! Lunch, Dinner & Take Out! Pavillion Shopping Center 8971 Tamiami Trail N. Naples, FL 34108239-431-6206Marco Town Center 1069 N. Collier Blvd. Marco Island, FL 34145239-394-6555www.margaritassw .comFollow us on Facebook and Twitter for our daily specials 11 to 4:00pm 4 to 6:00pm 3 to 6:00pm

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC12 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Call (239) 649-2275 for reservations.www.NaplesPrincessCruises.comLIVE ENTERTAINMENT CRUISESAll Cruises 4:45pm to 6:45pm Tuesday, January 24thLive Tropical Fusion with J RobertTuesday, January 31stSounds of Sinatra with the talented Tony Avalon Join our VIP Club and Receive Special Offers and Updates. Text NP to 97063. Standard data and messaging rates apply.550 Port-O-Call Way | Naples, FL 34102 Naples Princess Naples Princess ROYOPresentsMiradas de RoyoArtist Reception to unveil Royos new oil paintings and Mujeres Portfolio RSVP requested 239.435.4515600 Fifth Avenue South, Suite 102 | Naples, FL 34102To preview the exhibition online visit: www.newriver neart.com Opera at the moviesEnchanted Island combines Shakespeare favorites in a lighthearted mash-up Opera aficionados can see The Metropolitan Operas production of the world-premiere The Enchanted Island live in high-definition at movie theaters around the country beginning at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. In Southwest Florida, screenings are at the Hollywood Stadium-20 in Naples, Coconut Point-16 in Estero, the Bell Tower 20 in Fort Myers and the Town Center Stadium 16 in Port Charlotte. The Enchanted Island combines music by Handel, Vivaldi and other masters of the Baroque era with an all-new, English-language story that combines two of Shakespeares bestknown plays in a lighthearted mashup. The four young lovers from A Midsummer Nights Dream find themselves shipwrecked on Prosperos island from The Tempest, leading to a tortuous web of comic and dramatic romantic entanglements. The cast includes Joyce DiDonato as the sorceress Sycorax; David Daniels as her nemesis, Prospero; Danielle de Niese as the air spirit Ariel; Luca Pisaroni as the monstrous but soft-hearted Caliban; Lisette Oropesa as Prosperos daughter Miranda; Anthony Roth Costanzo as the noble Ferdinand; Layla Claire, Elizabeth DeShong, Paul Appleby and Elliot Madore as the Midsummer lovers; and, in a star cameo, Plcido Domingo as Neptune, god of the seas. William Christie, an early music specialist of worldwide acclaim, conducts in his first The Met: Live in HD appearance. Deborah Voigt hosts the transmission. Running time is 3 hours, 30 minutes and includes one intermission. The Met: Live in HD screenings continue through April and include Wagners Gtterdmmerung airing at noon Saturday, Feb. 11; Verdis Ernani, 12:55 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25; Massenets Manon, noon Saturday, April 7; and Verdis La Traviata, 12:55 p.m. Saturday, April 14. For details about the complete season and to order tickets, visit www.metopera.org/hdlive. Tickets are also available at the box offices. KEN HOWARD / THE METROPOLITAN OPERA Placido Domingo as Neptune and Danielle de Niese as Ariel in The Enchanted Island

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C13 HEALTH & WELLNESS EVENT! January 21st from 11am 2pm *Visit us online for yoga class start times (dont forget your mat!)Valid February 1 through February 29, 2012 Valid January 19 through January 31, 2012With any purchase of $40 or more.With any purchase of $50 or more.This coupon not valid in combination with any other coupon, special, promotional offers or team member discount. Coupon valid only at the Whole Foods Market in Naples. No duplications, copies or facsimiles will be accepted. This coupon may not be used towards the purchase of a Whole Foods Market Gift Card. No cash value. Please, only one coupon per customer. Coupon good for one free 16 oz Kiss My Face Ultra Moisturizer with any purchase of $40 or more. This coupon not valid in combination with any other coupon, special, promotional offers or team member discount. Coupon valid only at the Whole Foods Market in Naples. No duplications, copies or facsimiles will be accepted. This coupon may not be used towards the purchase of a Whole Foods Market Gift Card. No cash value. Please, only one coupon per customer. Coupon good for $10 off any purchase of $50 or more. January is the time of year to make your resolutions happen. Join us for healthy food and wellness activities throughout the store! Dinner with a View 1901 Gulf Shore Boulevard North, Naples, Florida 34102 | 239.403.2000 Enjoy internationally inspired cuisine traditionally or alfresco, in a casually elegant atmosphere while overlooking stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico.Serving Dinner Nightly from 5:00PM Thursday Happy Hour 5:00PM-6:30PM Opera Naples presents Don GiovanniOpera Naples presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts Don Giovanni, performed in Italian with English subtitles, Friday and Sunday, Jan. 20 and 22, at Gulf Coast High School. Show time is 7:30 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Sunday. As the legend goes, Don Giovanni Don Juan in Mozarts musical version of the story was the quintessential rake a womanizing scoundrel with a list of amorous conquests so long that his righthand man needs an entire aria just to outline it. The opera has been described as a comedy, and it has any number of uproarious moments. But theres far more to Don Giovanni than just a series of big laughs, just as the notorious Don is more than just an unprincipled, singleminded ladies man. The opera premiered Oct. 29, 1787, at the Prague Italian Opera. The Opera Naples production stars bass Matthew Trevina of the San Francisco Opera in the title role; bass Wes Mason as Masetto; soprano Amanda Hall as Donna Anna; bass Leroy Lehr of the Metropolitan Opera as Don Pedro; tenor Brian Cheny as as Don Ottavio; Jason Hardy as Leporello; and soprano Steffanie Pearce, and founding artistic director of Opera Naples, as Donna Elvira. Franz Vote conducts. Tickets range from $25 to $95 and can be purchased online at www.operanaples. tix.com. For more information, call 9639050 or e-mail info@operanaples.org.

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P E TS o n T H I R D 2 0 1 2 A PetFest and A doption Event FIRST ANNUAL PET AND PEOPLE LOOK ALIKE PARADE AND THIRD ANNUAL PETFESTPets look like people they love. People look like pets they adore. Third Street South Parade Check-in at 12pm for costume contest entries in the parking lot behind Tommy Bahamas off 13th A venue South Parade Registration in advanced by mail $15 Registration the day of parade $20 All pets must be on leash. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Theme costumes for pets & owners are encouraged but not required. No female pets in heat will be allowed. TO BENEFIT THE CITY OF NAPLES DOG PARK NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC14 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 www.cinaples.com 4 Convenient Locations to Serve You! Enter to Win a Free Cruise(No Purchase necessary)Trendy Tours Saul I. Stern Cultural Series announcedThe 18th annual Saul I. Stern Cultural Series presented by the Jewish Congregation of Marco Island begins at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, at JCMI headquarters on Winterberry Drive. The seasons opening speaker, Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger, the son of a high official of the Nazi regime, will discuss his revulsion to the treatment of German Jews and his inability to tolerate the antiSemitism practiced by his father. Dr. Wollschlaeger graduated from Friederich-Alexander University Medical School in Erlangen, Nuremberg, severed relations with his family and immigrated to Israel, where he enlisted in the Israeli Defense Forces as a medical officer and continued his medical training. He also converted to Judaism and remains a devout practitioner. Dr. Wollschlaeger completed his residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and received additional training in addiction medicine. He maintains offices in North Miami. The Saul I. Stern Cultural Series continues with a performance by the Naples Philharmonic Brass Quintet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, followed by NYPD policeman Mordecai Dziansky at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 11. Tickets range from $20 for one program for non-members to $75 for the series for patron members. For reservations or more information, call the JCMI office at 642-0800.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C15 sVoted Southwest Floridas Best Factory Outlet Shopping Center 13 years in a row!MIROMAR OUTLETSUP TO 70% OFF RETAIL PRICES FOLLOW US ON: OVER 140 TOP DESIGNER AND BRAND NAME OUTLETS INCLUDING SAKS FIFTH AVENUE OFF 5TH, NEIMAN MARCUS LAST CALL STORE, BLOOMINGDALES THE OUTLET STORE 10th Annual Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon at Playland Friday, January 20 6 a.m. 6 p.m.Benefitting Barbaras Friends and The Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida 01181912-184Concert band tuned up for its 40th seasonCelebrating its 40th anniversary, the Naples Concert Band looks back on its rich history and continues bringing the community together to celebrate excellent music. The band has seven more shows scheduled through April, with highlights including a performance by 11-year-old trumpet prodigy Geoff Gallante and the vocal stylings of Amy Bright. All concerts are free. The nonprofit NCB was formed in 1972 as a band of 10 musicians playing to audiences in the few hundreds; the band now consists of 90 fulltime volunteer musicians playing to audiences of up to 3,000 each month. With a rapidly expanding audience and band, and funding provided only through donor and community support, the band has proven itself as a lasting establishment in Southwest Florida. Members pride themselves on an eclectic music selection, including holiday, patriotic, Broadway and other genres, but always performed with a classic concert band feel. The 40th anniversary season continues with the following concerts: 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at Sugden Park 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at Cambier Park (sponsored by Cameron Real Estate) Saturday and Sunday, March 3-4, the 40th Anniversary Concert at 7 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium at Lely High School and at 2 p.m. Sunday at Cambier Park (sponsored by Quarles and Brady, Attorneys) Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25, concert featuring trumpet prodigy Geoffrey Gallante at 7 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium at Lely High School and at 2 p.m. Sunday at Cambier Park (sponsored by Miromar Outlets) Friday, April 13, 7 p.m. at Cambier Park (sponsored by IMA Creative) For more information, visit www. NaplesConcertBand.org. ance by G eof f ng s e y ue s wi th in g c o d S b R da y a Ma rc h 3

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC16 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 21 9th Street S. Naples, FL 34102 239-304-9935 valentospizzaandhoagies.com MIDWEST STYLE THIN CRUST11am-10pm Mon. through Sat. 11am-8pm on Sunday $6.99 LUNCH SPECIALHalf Hoagie served with chips, pickle & fountain drink OR Mini 1 Topping Pizza & fountain drinkValid from 11am-2pm Only. Dine-in, Carry-Out and Delivery FREESmall Cheese Pizzawith purchase of any large specialty pizza. Cannot be combined with any other offers. No cash value.Dine-in, Carry-Out and Delivery. Expires 1/26/12. FREE Garlic Cheese BreadWith any purchase over $25Cannot be combined with any other offers. No cash value.Dine-in, Carry-Out and Delivery. Expires 1/26/12. Participating members of RCC of Naples. Getthefreemobileappathttp://gettag.mobi Airport Rd. Goodlette Rd.Davis Blvd. Radio Rd. 75 75 41 41Vineyards Naples Municipal Airport Valentos Rattlesnake Hammock Rd.Lely Vanderbilt Beach Rd.Naples Bay Port Royal A i rport Rd G oodlette Rd. 4 1 41 N ap l es M un i c i pa l Airpor t ntos n Naples Ba y P ort R oya l Pine Ridge Rd.Pelican Bay Park Shore Moorings Delivery Available to area in red! Awesome Wings!Toys often were made to resemble famous people or characters in plays, books or TV shows. Sometimes the character that inspired the toy is forgotten, but the toy remains popular with collectors because it is so well-designed, unusual or lovable. Raggedy Ann and Andy are still recognized by young and old, and the storybooks featuring them remain in print. But Johnny Gruelle, who wrote and illustrated the books, created other characters that are forgotten today. Johnny Mouse and the Wishing Stick is a childrens book published in 1922. It was based on stories and illustrations from Gruelles monthly series, Johnny Mouse and the Woozgoozle, which appeared in Womans World magazine in 1920 and 1921. The Johnny Mouse felt doll was patented in July 1921. The magazine sold it by mail order for $1. The gray felt mouse has a long pointy pink nose, shoe-b utton ey es, one ear and a yellow hat that covers the missing ear. The mouses body was dressed in a printed shirt, felt trousers, a yellow neck bow and felt shoes. His clothes could not be removed. The identification of the mouse doll as a design by Gruelle added to the value when the 10-inch doll sold at a Theriaults auction in Anaheim, Calif., in July 2011. It cost the new owner $1,024. Q: I bought a pair of metal candle sconces at a recent estate sale because they looked interesting. I bought them for a buck each. When I came home, I realized that the word Wilton is stamped on the backs. Each has two candleholders below a flat circular piece decorated with a curved-line cross, hearts, circles and a scalloped border. Id like to know more about Wilton and the value of these sconces. A: The Wilton family established its first metal manufacturing company in Wrightsville, Pa., in 1892. Wilton Products was founded in about 1935. It produced candleholders, bottle openers, garden plaques, mechanical banks, trivets, wall decorations and other decorative items at plants in Wrightsville and Santa Barbara, Calif. Wilton Products closed in 1989, but some of its products have been reintroduced by Wilton Armetale, another Wilton company. The curved-line cross on your sconce is called a lauburu or Basque cross. Value: about $50 for the pair. Q: I own 35 collector plates I bought in the 1980s from the Bradford Exchange. Some are decorated with copies of Norman KOVELS: ANTIQUES & COLLECTINGJohnny Mouse: A long-forgotten lovable character terryKOVELnews@floridaweekly.com

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C17 Directed by Lilia Parks March 28 thru April 15 Cast of Eight Three women ages 20 to 55 Five men ages 20 to 55 More Information www.TheMarcoPlayers.com 239-404-5198 Bus Stop by William Inge. This is the tale of Beauregard Bo Decker, a naive but stubborn cowboy who falls in love with a saloon singer, Cherie, and tries to take her away against her will to get married and live on his ranch in Montana. Cherie, who is on her way to Hollywood, is kidnapped and stranded with Bo and a bus load of travelers in the middle of a snowstorm. She refuses his awkward advances and yells at him to rein in his headstrong behavior when they stop for the night at Graces diner to get out of the storm. This is an American tale of love and romance to inspire the lonely yet hopeful spirit in all of us. An American classic! Show DatesJanuary 11 thru 29Evenings 8:00 pm Sunday Matinee 3:00 pm r os e Guilty or Innocent? The Verdict Must Be Unanimous. Tickets $23/$25www.TheMarcoPlayers.comCall 239.642.7270The Marco Players TheaterMarco Island Town Center MallBy Special Arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company BUS STOP I n g e IBus Stop AuditionsThe Marco Players Theater January 24th 7pm Bus Stop BY WILLIAM INGE TIFFANY WANTEDWILL PURCHASE OUTRIGHT OR TAKE ON CONSIGNMENTDON TREADWAY 513-602-6742DON@TREADWAYGALLERY.COM KOVELS: ANTIQUES & COLLECTING This toy stuffed mouse was well known to children in the 1920s. It is a character from a book by Johnny Gruelle, best known as the author of the Raggedy Ann books. The felt mouse sold for $1,024 at a Theriaults auction held in Anaheim, Calif.Rockwell paintings. I must have spent a total of about $1,000 on them. How do I go about selling them? A: Unfortunately for you and a lot of people who bought collector plates, the value of these plates has plummeted during the past 30 years. The plates are being offered online for $10-$15 each, but many sell for even less. Q: My parents bought an ornate revivalstyle dining room buffet, server, table and chairs during the Depression. The buffet and server have labels that read: Rockford Republic Furniture Co., Rockford, Ill. All the pieces except the 10-legged table are in good shape. What do you think the set is worth? A: From the 1890s until the Depression, Rockford was home to a boom in furniture manufacturing. Rockford Republic Furniture Co. was founded in 1917, when it took over the factory of the bankrupt Rockford Frame & Fixture Co. J.A. Carlstrom, an employee of the fixture company, headed up the group that started the new company. You are better off selling your set locally because of the cost of moving furniture. Rockford Republic furniture is well-made, so you might be able to sell the set for several hundred dollars, even if the buyer has to refinish the table. Terry Kovel answers as many questions as possible through the column. By sending a letter with a question, you give full permission for use in the column or any other Kovel forum. Names, addresses or email addresses will not be published. We cannot guarantee the return of any photograph, but if a stamped envelope is included, we will try. The volume of mail makes personal answers or appraisals impossible. Write to Kovels, (Florida Weekly), King Features Syndicate, 300 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019. G O F I G U R E!FeaturingTop American Figurative Artists January/February 2012 35th Anniversary Celebration Reception: Friday, January 20th 5:30 7:30pmT R U D Y L A B E L L F I N E A R T2425 Tamiami Trail N Naples Florida 34103 Melody Postma, Might Cause Double Vision, Mixed Media, 42" x 42" Joan Barber, Color Bodies, Oil on Canvas, 40" x 40" Stephen Coyle, The Beer is Cold and There's a Breeze, Alkyd on Panel, 48" x 60" Randall Deihl, Dairy Cone, Oil on Canvas, 25" x 25"

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beach sessions families couples maternity newborns models corporate head shots317.777.9990 www.angieseamanphotography.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC18 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 18% gratuity added before discount. One coupon per table. Good for party up to 10 people. Cannot be combined with other offer. Valid through 01/27/12. facebook.com/ KeyWestExpress twitter.com/ KeyWestExpress youtube.com/ TheKeyWestExpress Getting There & Back is Half the FUN! 1-800-593-7259 www.keywestexpress.us *Minimum 8 day advance pre-purchase tickets, non-refundable, cannot be combined with any other offers. Excludes weekend fee (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). Offer valid through 01/31/12. Call for More Information & Reservations! $119 Round Trip* Vacation Spot of Pirates, Poets, Presidents and Party Goers! 799 Walkerbilt Rd., Naples off US 41, 1/4 mile North of Immokalee Rd. GRACIOUS HOSPITALITY Enjoy Lunch on the River Mon-Sat 11-2DINNER NIGHTLY ALL TEN IN THE TAVERN MENU ITEMS ARE $10.00 HAPPY HOUR 11-6PM IN THE TAVERN THREE COURSE EARLY DINING MENU 5-6 PM LIVE MUSIC IN TAVERN NIGHTLY PROUDLY ANNOUNCINGTIERNEYS TAVERN & CLAW BARNAPLES NEWEST TRADITION The Bay House Returns with Traditional Coastal Cuisine and Legendary Service stone crab season is here! Tierneys is the Place for Stone Crabs in Naples! Sunday Irish brunch! Traditional Irish music in Tierneys Tavern every Sunday from 11 to 2 p.m. Grab a seat & a Guinness and join the fun! Elton JohnElton John and his band will return to Esteros Germain Arena at 8 p.m. Tuesday March 13, performing in concert, featuring No. 1 hits and classic album tracks from throughout the performers incredible five-decade career. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20. Elton Johns band includes Davey Johnstone on guitar, Bob Birch on bass, John Mahon on percussion, Nigel Olsson on drums, and Kim Bullard on keyboards. The band typically has the audience standing, dancing and singing along with much-loved classic songs such as Your Song, Rocket Man, Bennie and the Jets, Philadelphia Freedom, Crocodile Rock, Dont Let the Sun Go Down on Me, and many more. Whenever Elton John appears in our area, it is always a memorable experience not to be missed, says Sammy Wallace, vice president of event programming at Germain Arena. From his wondrous catalog of songs to his tremendous stage presence, it all adds up to a magical night. Mr. John is one of the top-selling solo artists of all time, with 35 gold and 25 platinum albums, 29 consecutive Top 40 hits, and he has sold more than 250 million records worldwide. He holds the record for the biggest selling single of all time, Candle in the Wind which sold 37 million copies. Since his career began in 1969, he has played almost 3,000 concerts worldwide. Tickets are $49, $79 and $139 and will be available online at Ticketmaster.com, at the Germain Arena box office, or charge-by-phone at (800) 745-3000. A service charge is added to each ticket. There is an eight-ticket limit per customer.Trans-Siberian OrchestraTrans-Siberian Orchestra is hitting the road for a three-month spring tour, traveling to more than 60 markets across the United States. The band will perform at Germain Arena at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 10. The band will be performing Beethovens Last Night for one final tour before it begins to focus on its new album and new live concert spectacular. This unique performance combines virtuoso musicianship, story-telling and over-the-top production. Audiences will immerse themselves into Beethovens Last Night, with the music and story of the famed composer as he battles for his eternal soul. By the age of 21, Beethoven tackled Vienna, the music capital of the world. Mozart recognized him as one of the greatest piano players in the world but COMING TO GERMAIN ARENA

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYARTS TWO C21ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTSociety Vino Cuisine WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012It was a weekend to remember, as a near-capacity audience enjoyed a starstudded grand gala concert on Saturday night and a record crowd of 4,235 came out to the Philharmonic Center for the Arts on Sunday afternoon for Thank You Myra Days honoring Myra Janco Daniels. Mrs. Daniels is the founder and recently retired president and CEO of the Phil. Gov. Rick Scott gave the opening remarks at Sundays open house festivities. Others who expressed gratitude on behalf of the community included Mayor Bill Barnett, County Commission Chairman Fred Coyle. Co-chairs of the weekend event were David Drobis and Adria Starkey. For the Saturday night grand gala, conductor Keith Lockhart of the Boston Pops lead the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert that also featured Broadway stars Brian Stokes Mitchell and Kelli OHara, opera great Harolyn Blackwell, the Philharmonic Center Chorale, the Philharmonic Jazz Orchestra and a performance by two members of the Miami City Ballet. Michael Thank you, Myra!Community turns out in droves for tribute to Philharmonic founderSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________ SEE MYRA, C22 BERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLYAbove: Timothy and Sharon Ubben with Bill and Carol Queenan Left: Myra Daniels and her successor, Kathleen van Bergen Above left: James Cochran and Page Penna Above: Dolores and Calvin Gaeta Left: Andrew and Sarah Wilson with Jim and Mary Frey Geoff and Josie Gibson with Katie and John Ogden

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC22 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 WATERFRONT GRILLEWINTER SAVINGS www.mwaterfrontgrille.com | 239.263.442141 to Park Shore a the Village on Venetian Bay $25 OFF YOUR GUEST CHECK Valid Monday through Thursday 5 5:30 Expires January 26th, 2012 One offer per table, with the purchase of 2 dinner menu entrees from the dinner menu. Not valid with any other discounts or special others Must present coupon in advance. SOFT LITE JAZZ HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY YAPPY HOUR EVERY SATURDAY STARTING JANUARY 14TH WINNERBEST IN WOMENS CLOTHING7 YEARS On the Plaza, 3rd Street South Venetian Village, Park Shore Promenade, Bonita BayDaily 10 6 Sunday: 12 5 Shimmer and Sheen..For Spring, the belted jacket stays shiny. In sand and ivory, just add wonderful accessories. Feinstein appeared as as surprise guest, and video greetings were offered by Bill Cosby, Paul Anka and Neil Sedaka. It was more than a girl could have dreamed and Im a dreamer, Mrs. Daniels said afterward. The past 30 years have been an exciting and wild ride, but the tributes were beyond my imagination, she added. It was wonderful to see the faces who helped make this happen. Proceeds from the gala benefited the Myra Janco Daniels Legacy Fund, which was launched last year and remains MYRAFrom page 21BERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLYJonathan Green and Myra Daniels

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THE ENGLISH PUBNaples Oldest Authentic British Tavern EST. 1969Check Out Our New Location! By City of Naples Improv at 8:00pm Come Early for Dinner!With Rod Stewart Starring George Orr Neil Diamond Starring Neil Zirconia A Sinatra Evening Book Early! All Tickets Just $10.00 Full Menu Available! Fantastic Comedy A Night of Celtic Magic Starring Fire in the KitchenClassic Irish Dinner Specials & Full Menu Available Reservations a Must! $10.00 Per Person8th Annual Burns Supper Five Course Wine & Whiskey Scottish Dinner, Bag Pipes, Poems & SongsFabulous Food Superb Music SPECIAL EVENTS JANUARY Specialty Nights Tribute ShowsCHECK OUT OUR NEW WEBSITE KRISTEN COURY, PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTORPRESENTSJANUARY 27-FEBRUARY 12, 2012Call for Tickets: 1-866-811-4111THE NORRIS CENTER 755 8th Avenue South Naples, FL CORPORATE PARTNER CORPORATE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Bob & Linda Harden Christine Paddock EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS CO U P N KRIS TE N K URYPRODU CI NGART ISTICDIRECT OR CO U N KRIS TE N K BY DAVID MAMETTHE DIALOGUE IS TASTY, THE CONFRONTATIONS SPIKY AND THE OBSERVATIONS MORE THAN OCCASIONALLY BITING.VarietyTHE DIALOGUE IS TASTY, THE CONFRONTATIONS SPIKY AND THE OBSERVATIONS MORE THAN OCCASIONALLY BITING.VarietyA BLACK WOMAN. A WHITE MAN. THE LEGAL SYSTEM.Contains adult language and themes. www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 C23 open to help sustain the standards of excellence in the performing and visual arts established and nurtured by Mrs. Daniels over the past 30 years. Contributions to date total nearly $6 million. Sundays free Community Day Open House celebration featured a variety of events and attractions, including the SEE MYRA, C24 Ada Nuhn Delores and John Sorey Choose any of the following services for only $109* each: > 50-Minute Swedish Massage > 50-Minute Restorative Facial > 75-Minute Classic Manicure & Pedicure To reserve your service or for more information, please call 239.594.6321. *Price excludes 22% service charge. Please mention the Winter Specials when reserving your treatment. Winter Specials may not be combined with any other offer exp. 1/31/2012.$109* Winter SpecialWALDORF ASTORIA NAPLES 475 Seagate Drive, Naples, FL 34103

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC28 WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Country Party. Rock Show. Floridas Rising Country Superstar Saturday, January 28 11am 6pmFree AdmissionFor tickets & info call 239-304-7032 Sunshine State Stea k 2nd AnnualTake I-75 to Exit 111, follow signs to Ave Maria Town CenterPitch Burst, Paintball, Inflatable Fun, Dance Performances, Live Music, Kowiachobee Nature Preserve$15 Steak Dinner Ticket includes a 16oz boneless Rib Eye, Baked Potato, Salad, Roll & DrinkAveMaria.com True Neapolitan Pizza and Authentic Italian Food www.rosedalepizza.com 239-325-96531427 Pine Ridge Road, #105, Naples Experience the Difference Good Taste Makes. Miami City Ballet presents Scarlett Premiere at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 31-Feb. 1, with the NPO, led by conductor Gary Sheldon. A dance preview with Miami City Ballet Founding Artistic Director/CEO Edward Villella begins one hour prior to each performance. Naples audiences will be treated to a historic premiere Viscera, the new dance by Liam Scarlett of the Royal Ballet. This work is Mr. Scarletts first dance created for an American company. Tickets start at $69. Grab your dark glasses and pork-pie hat for Blues Brothers, The Original Tribute, which takes the stage at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3. Jake and Elwood Blues are joined by the sassy Bluettes in this acclaimed concert that pays tribute to the coolest act in the land. Tickets start at $49. Sarasota Opera, accompanied by the Sarasota Opera Orchestra, presents Carmen at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. Complete with passion, jealousy, tragedy and unforgettable music, Bizets timeless masterpiece tells the fiery story of two mens love for the beguiling gypsy Carmen. Performed in French with English supertitles. Tickets start at $129. Rock on when Foreigner makes its Philharmonic Center debut at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8. Foreigner has sold more than 70 million albums and charted 14 hit singles, among them Hot Blooded, Cold as Ice, Waiting for a Girl Like You, Jukebox Hero and Double Vision. Tickets start at $62. Lynda Carter sings standards, jazz, country and rock tunes in the intimate Daniels Pavilion as part of the Cabaret Series at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 9-10. Perhaps best known as televisions Wonder Woman, Ms. Carter has won wide acclaim for her albums Crazy Little Things and At Last, both of which reached the Billboard Top 10. Tickets start at $49. The Hit Men, five rock veterans including members of the Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells and band members with Elton John, Cat Stevens and Jim Croce, perform at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 11-12. Tickets start at $42. Art educator and lecturer Joan Jacobs presents An Artistic Walk around Florence, Italy, the third class in the Lifelong Learning Art Talk series, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14. Ms. Jacobs presentations reflect her extensive travels throughout the United States and Europe and are complemented by her wealth of museum-quality images that enrich the lectures and enhance students learning experience. Tickets are $40. The Art Talk series continues with Renoir Part I: Impressionist, Feb. 28; Renoir Part II: Road to Success, March 6; and Renoir Part III: Official Recognition. March 20. The Philharmonic Center for the Arts is at 5833 Pelican Bay Blvd., Naples. For more information or to order tickets, call 597-1900 or visit www.thephil.org. COMING UP AT THE PHIL

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Historic 3rd Street District275 Broad Avenue S., Naples, FL 34102 Phone (239) 262-4551 Fax (239) 262-4051 www.debruyne neart.com 26 x 34 Framed St. Marys $20,000Louis Lang (Am. 1814-1893) is a highly respected painter of the Hudson Valley School. Lang is known for his depictions of 19th Century rural American life and superb, highly developed and luminous landscapes. is painting is a wonderful example of Langs work and is dated 1865, o ered in the original gold leaf antique frame. As the American Civil War comes to a close the artist o ers hope in this image of a glowing and inviting church in an exquisite sunset. An ending and a new beginning. 38 x 32 Framed Dance $9,500Pal Fried (Hungarian 1893-1976) Known for his gurative paintings of women and dance, the artist has the rare ability to capture movement and beauty in a background of soothing color. is painting is rare and unique in o ering three dancers in various ballet positions with fully developed face, hair and garments set ag ainst a swirling background of color to enhance the feel of movement. 31 x 47 Framed Girl in Field $11,600Samuel Edmund Oppenheim (Am. 1902-1992) was a very well known Naples, Florida and Provincetown, Massachusetts painter best known for his impressionist rendering of women and landscape paintings. is exceptional work is o ered in a custom-made gold leaf frame. 31 x 47 Framed Sussex Landscape $15,000James Meadows (English 1828-1888) is one of the most desirable and collected English landscape painters of the 19th Century. His paintings capture life as it was being lived in the countryside within exquisite landscapes with highly developed people, abodes and farm animals. is painting is dated 1867 and is o ered in its original antique gold leaf frame. It will become the center piece of any room it graces.

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LIMITED TIME OFFER EXPIRES 1/26/12 www.CalistogaCafe.com FREE Text CBAKE to 97063 to receive more special offers & promos! www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC34 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 Open 7 Days 2500 Vanderbilt Beach Road Suite 1100, Intersection of Airport Rd. in Naples Walk Plaza, Southeast Corner For a reservation please call (239) 596-5600 LatitudeNaples.com Local Fresh Fish & Great Steaks Happy Hour 7 days a week from 4pm till 7pm Every Night Ladies Night from 8:30 pm til 9:30pm FIRST DRINK 50% OFF Creative Variety of Martinis Live Entertainment Nightly rack of lamb ahi poki tower VINOPredicting the next big thing in wine trends: granache As is the case with fashion, food and television shows, tastes in wine change, too. Im betting that the next it wine will be grenache. With well-balanced red fruit flavors and a range of intensity from mediumbodied to powerhouse, grenache plays a role in many blends. Its predominant in the Rhone district of France and factors largely in many Australian and California blends. Worldwide, it is the fourth most widely planted red grape variety. No matter what anyone tells you, size matters when it comes to wines. Size, that is, as it pertains to production. There have to be enough grapes to produce the amount of wine it takes to satisfy demand. Thats one reason vouvray from France and gruner veltliner from Austria will never strike it big: Neither district has enough vineyard production to sustain a major push into the marketplace. Price also matters. When it comes to really big sellers, the $10 price point appears to be the magical number. According to the Nielsen Company, sales last year in the $9-$12 category totaled nearly $2 billion, more than 20 percent of non-restaurant sales. Think about the stars of yesteryear such as white zinfandel and shiraz which were available in mass quantities at low prices. The biggest varietal sellers in the United States continue to be chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and pinot grigio, Nielsen reports in this months edition of Wine Business Monthly. Pinot noir and sauvignon blanc are close behind and continue to grow in sales, but arent likely to be the next rage. Sauvignon blanc can be herbaceous and citrusy, and not necessarily food friendly. Pinot noir generally sells well above the magical $10 price point. Other worthy wines might not make the final grade as well. Malbec has a certain rusticity, with powerful tannins and lip-staining color. The Nielsen Company does not track malbec sales in stores, but total imports from Argentina are on the rise. California winemakers thought syrah could be the next big wine, after seeing the voluminous imports from Australia take a strong grip on the marketplace. But, although fruity and food friendly, the wine never took off here. So lets get back to grenache. In June 2010, the first international Grenache Symposium took place in France. As reported in the August 2010 edition of Wine Business Monthly, wine expert and editor of Decanter Magazine Stephen Spurrier called grenache the unsung hero of the wine world, noting there is no more versatile or dependable grape variety. The Grenache Symposium website, www.grenachesymposium.com, quotes noted wine authority Jancis Robinson as saying, It is high time that grenache/ garnacha enjoy some time wallowing in the spotlight of international attention. In the Wine Spectator March 31, 2010, edition, James Laube wrote: Grenache is a grape that seemingly has it all. It can make amazingly complex, detailed and age worthy wines witness the great wines from Chteauneuf-du-Pape or Priorat (in Spain, the grape goes by the name Garnacha). It also excels in value wines, notably in blends from the Ctes du Rhne. Todays wine drinkers continue to look for value, and I believe grenache can be a winner, because there are already a number of inexpensive grenache-based wines available. In California, few winemakers sell it as a varietal, but the emerging trend of Rhone-style wines has sparked renewed interest in the grape there. Look to Spain to be a big player in the growth of grenache, with the second largest acreage in the world planted with garnacha. Quality, availability and a declining euro all will add to the popularity of Spanish wines. This weeks wine picks are all grenache-based. Weekly wine picks: Alto Moncayo Veraton 2008 ($28): Fresh black cherry and blackberry aromas and flavors, round in the mouth with a nicely balanced finish with a touch of spice. Bodegas Borsao Tres Picos 2009 ($18): Big black cherry, blackberry and flower aromas, following through to the palate with nicely structured red fruit and plum flavors. The finish is long and smooth, with a touch of mineral and spice. Chapoutier Cotes du Rhone Belleruche 2009 ($12): Deep rich purple color, with spicy aromas and juicy fruit flavors of black cherry and spice, ending with a light mineral finish. Tablas Creek Cotes de Tablas 2009 ($30): From Paso Robles, Calif., this wine has lush red fruit aromas and flavors of black cherry and plum, with a long lingering finish of cherry and spice. w a U n p jimMcCRACKENvino@floridaweekly.com n ao ok v a l ue w th e C Tod a Left: Tablas Creek Cotes de Tablas 2009. Middle: Alto Moncoya Veraton. Below: Chapoutier Belleruche Cotes-duRhone. ru sn nins The s not o res r om s e. e r s b e r s a n d r o

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 19-25, 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C35 The Bay House Restaurant in Naples has long been a favorite spot to enjoy Southern cuisine dressed in its Sunday best food that respects its heritage while reaching for a more exalted culinary plane. With entrees priced $26-$32, though, its not a destination I can revisit often. Thats why I was pleased to hear that the owners had rolled out a new, more casual concept in what used to be an expansive bar next to the restaurant. At Tierneys Tavern, you can savor similarly Southerninspired and equally well-executed food for much less money. Entrees top out at $24, and its quite possible to dine well for much less. To call it a tavern might be a tad misleading in some ways. Yes, its a less formal space mixing pub-style food (burgers, kielbasa) with an abundance of raw bar staples (crab claw, oysters, shrimp). On the other hand, the draft beer choices arent what youd expect at an upscale tavern; only a couple of craft brews were available in bottles. Regardless, if most bar food were this good, Id be spending a lot more time hunting down taverns. The restaurant quickly filled up on a recent weeknight. It seems Bay House and Tierneys are not Naples best-kept dining secret anymore after 20-plus years, despite what the website says. Perched on the banks of the Cocohatchee River, the restaurant and bar are nestled among old oaks and mangroves and have plenty of windows for enjoying the unique vista. Once dusk settles in, darkness envelopes the wood-lined dining room. Scattered lamps offer only dim light for reading the menu and appreciating the presentation of the food. We found the low light a bit vexing and noticed one nearby patron did, too, as hed brought his own hand-held lamp. The wine list is generous, with two pour sizes of two dozen wines by the glass. We started with glasses of 2009 Rosenblum Syrah ($7.75 for 6 ounces, $10.75 for 9 ounces) and 2010 Giesen Sauvignon Blanc ($9.95 and $13.95), both of which were good choices. We liked having the choice of a larger pour; one standard glass is never enough for us, at least and two becomes too costly. The menus coastal cuisine spans a broad range, from the North Atlantic to Carolina Low Country, around the Florida peninsula and up the Gulf to New Orleans. Youll find New England lobster, Beaufort (aka Frogmore) stew, Charleston crab dip and Cajun shrimp and grits. Many of these dishes are created with ingredients from local purveyors who are spotlighted on a chalkboard beside the front door, including Rabbit Run Farm in Buckingham, Captain Curly of the Fort Myers Beach shrimp fleet and Island Crab Co. on Pine Island. Kudos to the Tierneys for supporting local farmers and fishermen. Our seaside sojourn began with a dip into the Atlantic for Jonah crab claws ($16) and a trio of Southern appetizers served in small Mason jars ($11). Jonahs are similar to stone crabs but live in cold water. Theyre not widely served down here, so I thought Id try them. What I found was that they dont have the rich, sweet flavor of their Southern cousins. For the Southern Collection, you can select from a half-dozen nibbles. We chose Charleston crab dip, pimento cheese and house pickles; other options are pickled rock shrimp, seafood salad and she-crab soup. Each is also available individually for $3 to $5. The crab dip was our favorite because of its fresh, sweet flavor and creamy texture. Fresh tarragon also added an unexpected and interesting note of anise. Shredded aged cheddar brought richness and texture to the cheese spread, another Southern tradition made with mayonnaise and pimentos. The pickles? Fine, but nothing extraordinary. All in all, this is a good way to sample the South, though we quickly ran out of the lavash served as a vehicle for the spreads. Our waitress noticed that the crab tray arrived without spoons for the mustard and cocktail sauces and quickly remedied the situation. She also promptly brought another claw cracker after we requested it and then returned with warm, damp paper towels and lemon wedges with which we cleaned our messy hands. The goodwill generated by her thoughtful attentions helped smooth over the fact that our entrees arrived when we were only halfway through our appetizers. Somehow, the entrees were fired up too soon, and they sat for a bit as we tried to continue enjoying our appetizers. Thus, by the time my companion tucked into his shrimp and grits ($14), they had cooled noticeably. The shrimp were plump and juicy and the grits good and creamy, but the dish was surprisingly mild-mannered. Even with its horseradish cream and diced andouille sausage, it lacked the expected spunk. No such issues with the Sea BLT ($18), which was a room-temperature dish anyway. From bottom to top: a bed of arugula; a layer of fried green tomatoes; a salad of lobster, shrimp and crab; a sprinkling of roasted corn and crumbled bacon. The contrast of crunchy and creamy, salty and sweet in this dish would delight any discerning palate. The same could be said for the taverns Southern Decadence ($10), one of those trendy, over-the-top desserts that you might see whipped up on Bravos Top Chef. Picture a small, sweet bourbon pecan tart with a buttery crust paired with generous scoop of sugar cane ice cream, a petite mousse-like sweet potato cremeux, a spoonful of heady corn-liquor gelee and, yes, chunks of salty, crunchy bacon brittle. Each element was divine on its own and also worked beautifully in concert with the other elements. If you prefer simpler sweets over delectably complicated ones, the big, puffy, sugar-coated beignets served with chocolate and caramel sauces ($9) will fill the bill as well as your tummy. Warning: One order is enough to serve at least two. Whichever part of coastal America you visit at Tierneys Tavern, save room for dessert. CUISINEfood & wine CALENDAR Thursday, Jan. 19, 3:30-5 p .m., Brambles Tea Room: The Opera Naples Guild hosts tea and scones plus a presentation about Don Giovanni by mezzo-soprano Stephanie Christiano; $40, 340 Fifth Ave. Reservations required. Call 963-9050. Thursday, Jan. 19, 57 p .m., Decanted Wines: Sample a variety of premium ($50-plus) wines along with hors doeuvres, $25, 1410 Pine Ridge Road; 434-1814. Reservations required. Friday, Jan. 20, 61 0 p.m., Seminole Immokalee Casino: Its a sure bet that there will be great eats at a food truck rally with six trucks: Southwest Floridas own Nosh Truck (inspired street food by local chef Scott Sopher) as well as Dog Eat Dog (hot dogs), Cool Haus (desserts), Frita Man (assorted fritas), Palate Party and Mr. Good Stuff (signature crepes); 506 South First St., Immokalee; (800) 218-0007. Friday, Jan. 20, 6-8 p .m., Whole F oods: Beverage specialist Joe Pais serves samples of 35 beers, including some seasonal ones with proceeds benefitting the Bonita Springs chapter of Shoes That Fit; $5, Mercato, 9101 Strada Place; 552-5100.Farmers markets Wednesday, 1:30-5:30 p .m., St. Monicas Episcopal Church, 7070 Immokalee Road; 591-4550. Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.1:30 p .m., the Marco Island Farmers Market, Veterans Community Park, Marco Island. Friday, 11 a.m.2 p .m., the Government Complex farmers market, 3335 U.S. 41 E. Saturday, 7:3011:30 a.m., T hird Street South, behind Tommy Bahamas between Third Street and Gordon Drive. Saturday, 7 a.m.-noon, B onita Springs Lions Club farm market, The Promenade, 26851 South Bay Drive, Bonita Springs. Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon, S t. P auls Episcopal Church farm market, 3901 Davis Blvd., Naples. Saturday, 8 a.m.1 p .m., North Naples Green Market at the Galleria Shoppes at Vanderbilt, off Airport Pulling and Vanderbilt Beach roads. Sunday, 8 a.m.-noon, F r eedom Park farmers market, 151 Golden Gate Parkway. Send items to cuisine@floridaweekly.com. If you go Tierneys Tavern>> Hours: Lunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m., dinner 5-9 p.m. daily>> Reservations: Not accepted in tavern >> Credit cards: Accepted >> Price range: Appetizers, $3-$16, entrees $10-$24 >> Beverages: Full bar >> Seating: Indoors and outdoors >> Specialties of the house: Coastal Southern cuisine >> Volume: High but tolerable >> Parking: Free hotel lot >> Website: www.bayhousenaples.comRatings: Food: Service: Atmosphere: 799 Walkerbilt Road, Naples; 591-3837SuperbNoteworthyGoodFairPoor Take a tour of coastal cuisine at Tierneys Tavern drewSTERWALDpgnews@floridaweekly.com DREW STERWALD / FLORIDA WEEKLYSouthern shrimp and grits are sprinkled with bits of andouille sausage and drizzled with horseradish cream. Fried green tomatoes are topped with a salad of lobster, shrimp and crab. A trio of Southern snacks: house-made pickles, left, Charleston crab dip and pimento cheese. A trio of Southern snacks: house-made pickles, left, Charleston crab dip and pimento cheese.

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