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OPINION A4 GUEST COMMENTARY A6 NEWS OF THE WEIRD A15 PETS OF THE WEEK A20 BUSINESS MEETINGS A25 NETWORKING A27 HOUSE HUNTING B1 OPEN HOUSE MAP B18 BOOK REVIEW C2 THEATER REVIEW C10 FILM REVIEW C17 RESTAURANT REVIEW C27 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 INSIDE Download our FREE App todayAvailable on the iTunes and Android App Store. www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017Vol. IX, No. 42 FREE On the MoveWhos going where, doing what (A24), and more on the local Business scene. A23-27 Filling a needLocal potters pitch in to help ensure enough Empty Bowls to go around. A5 LUXE LIVINGFLORIDA WEEKLYTHE NAPLES LUXURY HOME REDEFINED 2017 Makeover Native American art collection sets the tone. 14Designer Q&ADwayne Bergmann loves taking chances, setting trends.2 Shopping TripHere comes the sun 6 PRSRT STD U.S. POST AGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 How two pups persuaded their owners to leave the high life Page 8 Pet p u p spersuadedtheir pro j ect NAMI speaker focuses on mental illness policyHow to properly manage people who suffer with serious mental illness is a top priority for health and law enforcement officials in 21st century society. The local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is bringing an expert to town to discuss the topic. DJ Jaffe, executive director of Mental Illness Policy Org and author of the book Insane Consequences: How the Mental Health Industry Fails the Mentally Ill, comes to the Hilton Naples from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15. Mr. Jaffe will share his insights about how federal mental health funding is allocated and will outline policy steps he feels the public should champion in order to ensure that communities like Collier County have the resources to treat people with debilitating illnesses such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Mr. Jaffe maintains that the standards for which conditions count as diagnosable illnesses have changed so that social misbehaviors, like bullying, now receive more attention and dollars that would be better spent creating treatment programs and services for patients who have more serious FLAMINGO PHOTO COURTESY OF EVERGLADES WONDER GARDENS Iconic Everglades Wonder Gardens Iconic Everglades Wonder Gardens is reinvented into a new attraction, is reinvented into a new attraction, saved by the city of Bonita Springs saved by the city of Bonita Springs IANT REPTILIAN EYES SURVEY NEW IANT REPTILIAN EYES SURVEY NEW arrivals from the rooftop, almost arrivals from the rooftop, almost daring visitors to enter the hisdaring visitors to enter the historic downtown Bonita Springs toric downtown Bonita Springs building shrouded by fencing and flora building shrouded by fencing and flora that prevent any sneak peeks inside. Parthat prevent any sneak peeks inside. Parrots and parakeets squawk and screech rots and parakeets squawk and screech their own sort of welcome. Inside the their own sort of welcome. Inside the BY NANCI THEORETFlorida Weekly Correspondent SEE GARDENS, A10 G INSIDE Photos from the past Photos from the past a look at Everglades a look at Everglades Wonder Gardens humble Wonder Gardens humble beginnings. beginnings. A10 A10 SEE NAMI, A12 BY LINDSEY NESMITHlnesmith@ oridaweekly.com JAFFEE Drink & drawGrassroots competition a fun part of annual conference of Florida architects. C1

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A2 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY EXPLORE DESIGNER FURNISHINGS IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA NAPLES SHOWROOM 7200 TRAIL BOULEVARD239.598.3330STORES IN FT. MYERS, PINELLAS PARK, SARASOTA & TARPON SPRINGSmatterbrothersfurniture.com INQUIRE ABOUT COMPLIMENTARY IN-HOME DESIGN SERVICES COMMENTARYIt doesnt have to beThere are two fundamental beliefs in the world: One, the fatalist notion that events are pre-ordained and destiny is a story written long ago to dictate what will come, and two, the belief that what happens doesnt have to be, necessarily. After talking to U.S. Sen. (retired) and former Florida Gov. Bob Graham twice in two days recently, I find myself squarely in the second camp. We arent necessarily captains of our own ship: Mortality, for example, is the inevitable outcome we dont direct. But future events have a great deal to do with actions we take in our personal and public lives now. Sen. Graham convinced me, again. At 80, after 38 years serving Florida in local, regional, state and national offices, hes working his butt off privately to improve the quality of life future Floridians might inherit from us people who will carry out their lives in a world where he no longer draws breath. Hes an ardent champion of Everglades restoration and Floridas water systems. Hes a novelist and the author of non-fiction books explaining clearly how the government works and how to participate in it as a private citizen. Hes the cause celeb of the University of Floridas feted Bob Graham Center for Public Service, and hes a person who knows how to listen. So do I, and I began to hear hope like distant pipes in his conversation, a call-to-arms music to stand and face the storm to take some action, to take some responsibility, to fight back against the cynical, the superstitious, the bigoted, the propagandists, the greedy and the liars for whom facts are stumbling blocks. Its not as hard as it sounds. The heart of the notion that we shape the future (not the stars or something else) is our significant American opportunity to weigh in, with a purpose. After all, Republicans and Democrats alike, the left and the right, tend to love their children. And all of us can get real about helping children and showing them how to help their own, someday. I decided to buy a car that gets 25 miles per gallon of gasoline, not 50; I decided to pay less and buy food that came from China or South America, or from corporate food producers here who loaded it with potential toxins, rather than purchasing local or organic food; I decided I was too busy to register to vote, or on voting day too busy to get to the polls, so I wasnt able to support the political candidate trying to clean up our water faster. I decided to quit talking to family members, friends, colleagues, Facebook friends or bumper-stickered boneheads trucking down the highway in the left lane, going too slow for traffic, because I dont like their politics or their inconsiderate driving styles. None of that had to be. Fate is not in charge of those decisions I made decisions with profound consequences. When communications cease, Sen. Graham said, so does progress. Once in the Capitols Senate dining room in Washington, he remembered, Republicans and Democrats would sit together for lunch chatting and communing, after long mornings debating each other on the Senate floor. When I got to Washington, he added, serious as a judge, many of my best friends were Republicans. That was 1987, after hed already served as governor for eight years, leaving Tallahassee with an unprecedented approval rating of 83 percent of Florida voters. Hed spend the next 16 years or so in the Senate. He sought the presidential nomination as a Democrat in 2003 and 2004, but had to step out after a heart attack and surgery, and a faltering campaign. Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, who won the nomination, considered him for a vice presidential pick Graham would likely have carried Florida for Kerry against George W. Bush but chose John Edwards instead. And lost in Florida, in a very close presidential race. That was not written in the stars, but we live with the consequences. Now, both Republicans and Democrats do everything they can to avoid each other in quiet moments in or out of the Senate dining room in Washington, Sen. Graham says. But it doesnt have to be. I could decide to buy the car with the better gas mileage and drive it a bit less by carpooling, for example. I could stop on the way home at the local farmers market, quit eating meat all the time, and vote for somebody bent on protecting water by getting myself to the polls on election day. I could even decide to talk to that Trumper in his big bumper-stickered pick-up, slowing traffic in the left lane. Hey, You Sonofa But it doesnt have to be. k l a t s t roger WILLIAMSrwilliams@floridaweekly.com Sen. Bob Grahams new edition of America: The Owners Manual: You Can Fight City Hall and Win, a how-to primer.

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A4 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY PublisherShelley Hobbsshobbs@floridaweekly.comEditorCindy Piercecpierce@floridaweekly.comReporters & ColumnistsEric Bretan, Karen Feldman Jerry Greenfield, Bob Harden Dan Hudak, Myles Kornblatt Lindsey Nesmith, Drew Sterwald Nancy Stetson, Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren, Tim Gibbons Bernadette La Paglia Vandy Major, Charlie McDonald Bob Raymond, Ivan Seligman Stephen WrightCopy EditorCathy CottrillPresentation EditorEric Raddatzeraddatz@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersChris Andruskiewicz Alisa Bowman Paul Heinrich Hannah Kruse Meg Roloff Scott Sleeper Circulation ManagerMaggie Humphreymaggie@floridaweekly.comCirculationDavid Anderson Paul Neumann Greg TretwoldAccount ExecutivesNicole Ryannryan@floridaweekly.comCori Higginschiggins@floridaweekly.comAdam Schonberg aschonberg@floridaweekly.comDrew McAuleyandrew.mcauley@floridaweekly.comSales and Marketing AssistantKatie BabkaBusiness Office ManagerKelli CaricoPublished by Florida Media Group LLCPason Gaddis pgaddis@floridaweekly.com Jeffrey Cull jcull@floridaweekly.com Jim Dickerson jdickerson@floridaweekly.com 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 2017 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 OPINIONWe shall not be movedIt was Rev. Hutchens C. Bishop, D.D., of New York City who issued the national call to action. He urged the native and the foreign born, and all people united by ties of blood and color, and all who owed allegiance to their maker, to participate in a massive protest. His God was the God of all people and races. It was to be a nonviolent demonstration, a peaceful parade, a powerful dissent unmistakable in its meaning. The Rev. Bishop said Christs spirit needed to be made manifest in the making and execution of the nations laws. He explained why. We march, he said, because, by the grace of God and the force of truth, the dangerous, hampering walls of inhuman injustice must fall. We march because we want our children to live in a better land and enjoy fairer condition than have fallen to our lot. ... We march because we are thoroughly opposed to ...segregation, discrimination disenfranchisement and the host of evils that are being forced upon us. He said he expected resistance and hate. But he was unshakable in his resolve that together, the battle for justice could be won. They would succeed in spite of shallow-brained agitators, scheming pundits and political tricksters who secure a fleeting popularity ... and financial support by promoting the disunion of people who ought to consider themselves as one. This isnt a story taken from the front page of last weeks New York Times. It is a century-old tale about a call-toconscience protest held in New York City on July 28, 1917. Thousands heeded the call. They were of African descent and came together as the pastor entreated, in a massive, peaceful parade. They demanded racial justice and an end to racial violence in America. Just weeks before the protest, brutal race riots in East St. Louis claimed the lives of 40 to 250 black people, murdered in their neighborhoods by white mobs. Lurid, eyewitness accounts described the horrific scenes white Lady Macbeths and their children laughing, cheering and participating in the violence, preying upon the blacks fleeing their burning homes. Their white neighbors left them to die in the streets, burned and literally roasted by the heat of the flames. The year was 1917. The horror wasnt an aberration. Racial violence was endemic in America. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, agreeing with Rev. Bishop, mobilized its membership. The time had come to act. An estimated 8,000 to 10,000 people showed up, carrying signs of protest. The women and children led the procession, dressed in white. The men followed, attired in funereal black. At the appointed hour, the parade began, moving forward in total silence. Every footfall, every individual present, stood in witness to the justice of their cause, a demonstration of moral eloquence that required no spoken words. It became known in civil rights history as the Silent Parade. At the time, Florida already had the reputation for being among the worst of the worse in its treatment of blacks. Lynchings of black men and race riots were more common here than almost anywhere else in the nation. The Rosewood massacre in 1921 in Levy County was among the most infamous attacks. A white mob burned the town to the ground. The violence left eight black men and two whites dead. Forty years passed. African-Americans were still marching. But the trickle of dissent begun decades earlier by the Silent Parade had grown into a mighty torrent. Millions of Americans of all races, economic means and religious faiths joined the cause. The movement for social justice found its following and its faith community. Interfaith freedom riders hopped buses and traveled to Tallahassee to challenge segregation in public transportation. Local pastors orchestrated a sevenmonth-long boycott of bus services by black riders. Thirty more years passed. The Florida Legislature asked forgiveness of its statesanctioned sins from the survivors and descendants of the Rosewood Massacre. Florida was the first state in the country to compensate African-Americans for crimes suffered at the hands of a white mob. Another quarter of a century and its 2017. White nationalism is ascendant. It promotes white supremacy as a legitimate pillar of American life. It spews xenophobia, misogyny and racial hatred. The religious right is complicit in its rise. The puritanical backsliders sit in pews of the faith community, certain only they know Gods will. But their brand of Christian theology is deeply compromised by intolerance and bigotry toward any they perceive as unworthy of Gods love. The Rev. Bishop knew these people and the hypocrisy of their faith. They were the same ones who preached and prayed on Sunday and put their hooded robes on Monday, to harass and commit acts of violence against their spiritual brothers and sisters. The Rev. William Barber II, the founder of the Moral Monday movement, warns no American is safe when the morally indefensible is sanctioned by government and condoned by religious heretics. The Rev. Barber warns, only partly joking: Were all colored people now. Leslie Lilly writes frequently on issues of politics, public policy and philanthropy. Email her at llilly@floridaweekly. com and read past blog posts on Tumblr at llilly15.Tumblr.com. i r l i L h leslieLILLYllilly@floridaweekly.com The revolution devours VenezuelaVenezuela is a woeful reminder that no country is so rich that it cant be driven into the ground by revolutionary socialism. People are now literally starving about three-quarters of the population lost weight last year in what once was the fourth-richest country in the world on a per capita basis. A country that has more oil reserves than Saudi Arabia is suffering shortages of basic supplies. Venezuela now totters on the brink of bankruptcy and civil war, in the national catastrophe known as the Bolivarian Revolution. The phrase is the coinage of the late Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez, succeeded by current Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro, who has instituted an ongoing self-coup to make his country a one-party state. The Chavezistas have worked from the typical communist playbook of romanticizing the masses while immiserating them. Runaway spending, price controls, nationalization of companies, corruption and the end of the rule of law its been a master class in how to destroy an economy. The result is a sharp, years-long recession, runaway inflation and unsustainable debt. The suffering of ordinary people is staggering, while the thieves and killers who are Chavezista officials have made off with hundreds of billions of dollars. At this rate there will be nothing left to steal. Any government in a democratic country that failed this spectacularly would have been relegated to the dustbin of history long ago. Maduro is getting around this problem by ending Venezuelas democracy. The Chavezistas slipped up a year or two by allowing real elections for the countrys National Assembly, which were swept by the opposition. They then undertook a war against the assembly, stripping it of its powers and culminating in a rigged vote last week to elect a constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution. The goal of Maduros alleged constitutional reforms is to no longer have a constitution worthy of the name. Denied the ordinary means of dissent via the press and elections, the opposition has taken to the streets. Already more than 100 people have been killed in clashes over the past several months. Worse is yet to come. Lacking legitimacy and representing only a fraction of the populace, the Maduro regime will rely on the final backstop of violent suppression. There is no easy remedy to Venezuelas agony. If meditation were the solution, the country never would have gotten to this pass. Endless negotiations between the government and the opposition have gone nowhere. The U.S. needs to use every economic and diplomatic lever to undermine the regime and build an international coalition against it. We should impose more sanctions on specific officials and on the state-run oil company; we should advertise what we know about the details of how Chavezistas park their ill-gotten gains abroad; we should nudge our allies to further isolate the Venezuelan government by pulling ambassadors and breaking diplomatic relations. The hope is that with enough pressure, the regime will crack, and high-level officials will break with Maduro, weakening his position and making a negotiated restoration of democratic rule possible. In the meantime, the Bolivarian Revolution is proceeding according to its sick logic and there will be blood. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. l d r t p a rich LOWRYSpecial to Florida Weekly

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NEWS A5 DONT LET THE IRS KILL YOU WITH TAXES AND DESTROY YOUR RETIREMENT INCOME!Secure your family legacy. Discover little known tax strategies! Tax, Retirement Income, Investment, Estate Planning All at One Company. WHAT IF YOU DIE WITHOUT PROTECTION FROM THE IRS? WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR WIFE, WHO WILL PROTECT HER? TAX ADVISORY GROUP CAPITAL MANAGEMENT At Grace Tax Advisory Group we provide peace of mind for your retirement years. Our experienced and educated team of tax, investment, insurance, and legal professionals work hard to develop your written nancial plan for retirement. Designed to emphasize safety, generate higher income from your nest egg and lower taxes; your written nancial plan can be relied upon to help secure your family legacy for generations to come.CALL US TODAY 800.511.4048or visit RETIREWITHGRACE.COM/Florida Investment Advisory Services offered through Grace Capital Management Group, LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Grace Tax Advisory Group, LLC.Retirement by Design! Its not what you make. Its what you keep! Potters pitch in to fill a community need BY CINDY PIERCEcpierce@ oridaweekly.comAn even dozen local potters gathered at Clay More Ceramics on a recent Sunday afternoon to throw pots that eventually will be painted and ultimately filled with soup in the Empty Bowls Naples quest to fight hunger in Collier County. Between now and the 12th annual Empty Bowls lunch on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, more than 3,000 bowls will be handmade and hand-painted to be sold or auctioned at the event in Cambier Park. Area restaurants and chefs donate soups and bread, and the $10 cost of admission (bowl included) lets Empty Bowls Naples support various local organizations that provide food to those in need. The latest throwing day at Clay More Ceramics added 150 soup bowls and 10 auction pieces to the growing inventory. Owner Sara Wilson regularly opens her studio for area potters who lend their time and talent to the cause. Ms. Wilson was joined by Kathy Anderson, Jordan Blankenship, Betsy Dawson, Josh Holbrook, Jennifer Meistrell, John Moon, Brian Piesch, Rinny Ryan, Carol and Philip Stonen and Mary Thompson for the most recent effort. The next step for the bowls is a group painting party hosted by Empty Bowls Naples. Ages 13 and up are welcome to express their artistic side and turn the plain clay vessels into works of art. The next painting parties are from 2-5 p.m. Sunday and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13-14, at Empty Bowls Naples headquarters, 2221 Corporation Blvd. No experience is necessary. Participation is free, and all bowls, paints and brushes are provided (along with helpful artistic hints). Service clubs, office and church groups as well as neighbors and friends can organize their own group painting parties as well. NCH, Jewish Family & Community Services, Jaycees, Womens Cultural Alliance and residents of The Terraces are among those that have held parties so far. For more information, visit www.emptybowlsnaples.com. Empty Bowls Naples painting parties>> What: A chance for the public (ages 13 and older) to paint bowls for the 2018 Empty Bowls Naples lunch >> When: 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 14 (same hours Sunday and Monday, Sept. 17-18) >> Where: Empty Bowls Naples, 2221 Corporation Blvd. >> Cost: Free >> RSVP: Email friendsofebn@gmail.comBrian Piesch at the wheel Rinny Ryan and Betsy Dawson Sara Wilson Jennifer Meistrell Josh HolbrookCOURTESY PHOTOS

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A6 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY THE ARLINGTON OF NAPLES WELCOMES PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS, BELIEFS AND TRADITIONS. A LUTHERAN LIFE COMMUNITYSERVING SENIORS AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY. LUTHERAN LIFE COMMUNITIES: EMPOWERING VIBRANT, GRACE-FILLED LIVING ACROSS ALL GENERATIONS. LUXURY RETIREMENT LIVING WITHIN LELY RESORTOur spacious 2 and 3-bedroom single-family homes, built the epitome of independent living and unique to YOUR LIFE. YOUR STYLE. YOUR WAY. MAKE YOUR WAY TO THE ARLINGTON TODAY. Call (239) 307-3050 for your personal tour, or stop by at 7900 Arlington Circle | Naples, FL 34113 www.arlingtonnaples.org GUEST COMMENTARYWhere you chose to buy your medications makes a difference BY DR. CESAR DE LEONCollier County patients have seen an increase in the cost of prescription medications over the last few years. This rise is made worse by higher insurance deductibles, copays, the Medicare doughnut hole and the large number of uninsured patients. Most patients when they take a new prescription to the pharmacy do not know if it will be free, inexpensive, covered by their health plan, or not covered and so expensive that they choose not to buy it. The care provided by the physician, for as good as it could be, is dependent on the patient being able to afford the prescribed medication. What I find most shocking is that the price of medications is not regulated, even when it could be a lifesaving medication. A clear example of this is on a 30-day supply of a medication used for asthma and rhinitis. Montelukast 10 mg is free at Publix; then prices vary from there, from $4 at Walmart to $131 at Walgreens (according to Walgreens pharmacist Janna L.). This could translate to an expenditure of $1,572 a year for those who do not know it is free at Publix. Other medications are less expensive at Walgreens when compared individually. The prices also vary depending on what side of town patients are buying their medications, even for the same chain pharmacies. Fortunately, a few websites have become involved in creating transparency to this problem, GoodRx, HelpRx and Blink Health among them. Besides providing transparency, these websites also provide discounts or coupons for medications to be purchased from traditional retail pharmacies. These online services are addressing a very real need to educate patients on how to access their medications at affordable prices. Most of us price compare what we are buying against websites like Amazon or eBay; now we can do the same with needed prescription medications. These services function as follows: GoodRx negotiates specific prices with pharmacies for each medication and offers these discounts in the form of free coupons to the patient. Patients must take the printed coupon to the pharmacy of their selection. Blink Health negotiates directly with the manufacturer for a single price for each medication and sells them directly to the patients online to be picked up at a local pharmacy. In Collier County, they have partnered with CVS and Walmart. HelpRx negotiates a specific percentage of discount at one of its 17 participating pharmacy chains. These pharmacies include CVS, Walgreens and Walmart. My experience has been that no pharmacy or service has the lowest or the highest prices. They att empt to lure the patients with one very good price on a single medication and compensate by charging more for others. Sometimes much more. Common pharmacies that I recommend for my patients are Costco, Walmart and the locally owned pharmacies. Of course, when I know that the medications are expensive, I guide them to browse the websites above for discounts or coupons. I also guide them to the manufacturers website as it may contain coupons or financial assistance. I recommend the locally owned pharmacies not only to support the local economy, but because I have found them to be more conscientious with pricing. Some of them even offer free delivery and compounding services. Compound medications are made on site from the raw materials and are offered at a much cheaper price. These medications can be creams, hormones or topical pain medications. A local pharmacy is able to compound the raw material of Cialis and Viagra into a product of equal efficacy. Price transparency is essential with the high cost of medications and with no law to protect patients. Most industrialized nations impose price restrictions and limit what pharmacies can charge for drugs, something that as voters we can ask our politicians to implement. For now, patients must become proactive shoppers of their prescription medications and rely on their physicians to lead them to the most cost-effective pharmacies. Cesar De Leon, D.O., MHA is a board-certified family medicine physician at Naples Medical Center. Dr. De Leon serves as vice president of the Collier County Medical Society and as chair of the Family Practice department at Naples Community Hospital.DE LEON

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* For patients with non-life or limb-threatening conditions. Wait at home Now available at:NCHmd.org/WaitathomeWaiting for healthcare has never been this comfortable.to see a Doctor.* NCH Marco Urgent Care on the NCH Marco Island Campus 40 Heathwood Dr. NCH Pediatric Emergency Dept. at North Naples Hospital 11190 Healthpark Blvd. Wait at Home service available at the following locations: NCH Immediate Care-Bonita 3302 Bonita Beach Rd. NCH Immediate Care-Vanderbilt 801 Vanderbilt Bch. Rd. Go to NCHmd.org and click on the Wait at Home banner. Click on your preferred treatment location. Fill out an online form. Arrive at our facility at your projected time to be seen by a health care professional.

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A8 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY A part of Lake Michigan Credit Union24201 Walden Center Dr. Suite #101 Bonita Springs (239) 908-5870 8635 Collier Blvd. Naples (239) 908-5878 2470 Immokalee Road Naples, (239) 908-5918Lake Michigan Credit Unions Max Checking account pays 3% APY* on balances up to $15,000, that could mean nearly $450 in your pocket every year! In fact, Max Checking was named one of the best checking accounts in America by Money Magazine. LMCU provides a full-range of financial services, from high interest-bearing checking accounts topersonal loans and mortgages. Isnt it time your money started working harder for you? Open an account today! Call, click or stop by any of our area branches! 2 42 0 1 W a Su it e #1 0 Bonita S p (239) 908 *APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Rate is subject to change. Interest not paid on balances over $15,000. To receive monthly interest rate, Max Checking requires direct deposit into your Max Checking account, minimum of 10 debit card purchases per month, minimum of 4 logins to home banking per month and sign up to receive eStatements/eNotices. Money Magazine, Nov. 2016. This credit union is federally insured by the NCUA.What will you do with nearly $450?Carter Oosterhouse, TV Host, Carpenter, Lake Michigan Credit Union Member Rookery Bay support organization welcomes new executive directorAthan Barkoukis has joined Friends of Rookery Bay as executive director of the nonprofit organization that supports Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Mr. Barkoukis is responsible for community engagement, fundraising, special events, grant writing and other activities that highlight the education, research and stewardship work conducted by reserve staff. He replaces Gary Lytton, who has retired from the position. The Rookery Bay reserve consists of 110,000 acres from Naples Bay through the Western Everglades. We are delighted to have someone of Athans caliber and experience taking the helm of our organization, said Ray Carroll, president of the Friends of Rookery Bay board. He has a passion for the environment that will help our members, donors and sponsors understand the importance of protecting our estuaries and the land around them. Mr. Carroll added Friends of Rookery Bay is moving into a new phase of expanding its support for the reserves scientists and educators who are dedicated to improving water quality, mitigating invasive plant species, tracking and protecting wildlife, and helping local governments and businesses making informed decisions that impact the Southwest Florida environment. Mr. Barkoukis brings a mix of environmental research and nonprofit management experience to the organization, including tenures at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Green Energy Ohio, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Mote Marine Laboratory. He earned a masters degree in environmental studies from the College of Charleston and a bachelors degree in biology from Colgate University. I am thrilled about returning to Southwest Florida and working with the community to support one of the nations few remaining pristine mangrove estuaries, he said. A highlight of the Friends of Rookery Bay work is the annual Batfish Bash for the Bay. The 2018 signature event is set for Friday, March 16, at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center. Prescribed burn planned on Rookery Bay Reserve islandsResource management staff at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve are planning a prescribed burn on spoil islands near Keewaydin Island Saturday through Tuesday, Aug. 12-15. Prescribed fires will commence each day around 9 a.m., as weather permits. Fire or smoke will likely be visible by boaters along the channel from Gordon Pass and Marco Island and in nearshore waters, but should not impede navigation. Residents in the adjacent areas will see and possibly smell smoke. Rookery Bay Reserve staff coordinate burns with the Florida Forest Service and work with partnering land managers and local fire departments to get the job done safely and efficiently. The main purpose of a controlled burn is to reduce fuel loads and manage wildlife habitat. Prescribed burns also help to increase ecosystem diversity while assisting in invasive plant control, Jeff Carter, resource management coordinator of the reserve, said. A major portion of Collier County is comprised of plants that are dependent on fire to maintain species composition and diversity. These species including Florida slash pine, gallberry, saw palmetto and scrub oaks are the same as those that are prone to lightning-strike wildfires. Other benefits of prescribed fire as a land management tool in natural areas include stimulation of food and seed production, invasive plant control and opening areas for wildlife feeding and travel. For more information about Rookery Bays prescribed fire program, visit www.rookerybay.org. BARKOUKIS There are still a few spots open for girls ages 8-14 to spend a night at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center this weekend. Guests at Girls in Science Slumber will discover the nocturnal side of nature while camping in the center with Rookery Bay educators from 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, until 8 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 13. These photos were taken at the 2016 sleepover. Cost is $40. To register or for more information, call Jeannine Windsor at 530-5989.COURTESY PHOTOS

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PO Box 2218, Fort Myers, FL 33902 LeeHealth.org Your heart health is as important to us as it is to you. Through Shipley Cardiothoracic Center we developed and implemented standardized care for all cardiac patients prior to surgery. Care for every patient includes consultations with specialists, monitoring lab and test results, and much more. Our transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) program allows even the most frail patients to receive treatment for a damaged heart valve. Lee Health was chosen for a nationwide study to expand TAVR services to a broader range of patients. Micra is the smallest pacemaker available and part of our heart care. This pacemaker is self-contained within the heart, helping to eliminate many potential complications. All of our adult hospitals have a dedicated chest pain center designed to quickly triage, diagnose and treat patients who present to the emergency rooms with low to moderate risk of cardiac disease. Our chest pain centers are able to rapidly diagnose and give appropriate treatment to these patents in an average of 12-16 hours. Our heart failure coordinators ensure optimal care for hospitalized patients through coordination of post-acute care and services patients need once they leave the hospital.Patient care is at the heart of what we do every day. MATTERS OF THE HEART

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A10 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYlandmark Everglades Wonder Gardens other birds join the chorus; one even mimics the laugh of a former employee. Not to be outdone, a free-roaming peacock chimes in with his distinct meowmonkey voice. Welcome to old Florida and one of the states oldest surviving roadside attractions. Near death but saved by a community and city that rallied to the rescue. On this July afternoon, heavy rains have subsided and shades of green spanning the full spectrum of greenness cloak the gardens 3.5 acres. A sprinkling of red and yellow blooms adds the exclamation point to the greenery and new blooms seem ready to unfurl any moment. The sun is working to burn off the remaining clouds; water droplets on leaves shimmer in the gaining light. Banyan branches and untamed vines drape overhead, gnarly and twisting on their downward plunge. Guests have returned to the pathways, enjoying the shade provided by a dense botanical canopy. They visit enclosures with turtles, monitor and tegu lizards, gators, boas and birds, many of them former pets. The rain has chased day campers inside to a classroom in the welcome center, where theyre painting leafs and learning about some of the hundreds of plants flourishing throughout the gardens. A nearby room retains the former attractions kitsch, recalling a laboratory frozen in time with its specimen jars of coiled snakes, skulls and skeletons suspended in clear liquid. Also lining the shelves are historical artifacts and other curiosities that have awed visitors since brothers Bill and Lester Piper opened their Reptile Gardens along the new Tamiami Trail in 1936. A small bear and other taxidermy animals join Big Joe, a former resident who at 15.5 feet long was once the supreme ruler of gatordom the largest in the world. The Piper family legacyNestled along the Imperial River, the gardens fern and bromeliad gardens, signature banyan trees and plants (some only seen here in Southwest Florida) create a tropical oasis in the heart of Bonita Springs. A Garden of Eden almost lost to development when third-generation David Piper, Lesters son, listed the property for sale in 2013. He was no longer able to keep up with the maintenance and care of a small menagerie of otters, bears, big cats and other animals, said former Bonita Springs Councilwoman Janet Martin. After two years he had a buyer, a real estate developer anxious to get ahold of riverfront property, she said. But Mr. Piper gave the city an opportunity. We were trying to bring people downtown with our $18 million downtown revitalization, recalled Ms. Martin. How could we let the Wonder Gardens go? The council recognized it really was a draw. It brings people downtown. It was an easy decision. The city council voted unanimously in 2015 to purchase the property for $3.5 million, turning over operations and repayment to the nonprofit Bonita Wonder Gardens, a foundation formed by local Everglades photographer John Brady who Ms. Martin credits as the unsung hero in the gardens next chapter As we develop, we bulldoze everything, Ms. Martin said. He saw potential and a vision beyond just animal in cages. He was leasing the property, pouring money into restoring it and knew any day it could have been sold. Mr. Brady recognized the potential for a destination other than a stinky old zoo. This was a piece of Florida history that was going to be lost, Mr. Brady said. Some people had given up and had no interest in bringing it back to life. They didnt understand the importance of the property. He formed the nonprofit and rallied businesses, residents and the city to the rescue. We inspired folks to step up and get involved. Without the city, the property wouldnt be there. It was Johns idea for reptiles and birds and never again having big panthers or bears in little cage, said Ms. Martin. The Wonder Gardens is known for its gators; there was no reason to bring in large mammals. It was an awesome idea and we ran with it. No one wants a tiny stinky little zoo, Mr. Brady said. Its not ethical and we knew what we were not going to be. People love it because its so approachable. They can push a stroller around and not be worn out.It gets under your skinMs. Martin, who termed out in 2016, was known for her environmental advocacy and served 18 months as the gardens operations manager, focusing on improvements and segueing away from mammals to a rescue sanctuary for birds and reptiles. I worked seven days a week and loved it, she said. It gets under your skin. Its just an awesome place to be. I was amazed during my first year we had 22,000 paying guests. Faced with an aggressive three-year pledge by the nonprofit to repay the city with interest and not enough contributions coming in, Ms. Martin realized there was something she wasnt: a fundraiser. As much as I could tour guests around the gardens and share my love of it, it was a lot harder to raise funds than we thought. It doesnt have the heartstrings attached to it like writing a check for a childrens hospital or a shelter unless people are really impassioned about it. We needed someone with boots on the ground who knows how to raise money, she said. I resigned. It was a hard decision, like cutting off my arms. For the gardens to succeed it wasnt going to be me. I didnt want the gardens to fail. Enter Thomas Hecker, a former botanist with the Naples Botanical Garden and the CEO of the Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, who was selected among 122 candidates to guide the next chapter. With a background in environmental studies and horticulture, Mr. Hecker is in his element, his Eden. Hes a plant guy who marvels at the connection between people and plants and stops in the middle of a tour to inspect the installation of more foot-friendly gravel and ponders aloud the fate of a little green heron foraging along the banks of the gator pond. He was born for this. Growing up in Tampa, he had a backyard zoo and aviary. Mr. Hecker also has big ideas. In his office, where jalousie windows and creaking wood underfoot authenticate the age of the building, Mr. Hecker shares a vision of the Wonder Gardens future a poster-sized rendering showing tidy designated areas for a caf, wedding gazebo and Hall of Wonders woven into the tapestry of existing flamingo and gator ponds and gardens. Its new emphasis on environment and education will someday include boat and kayak tours of the Imperial River.GARDENSFrom page 1 STATE ARCHIVES OF FLORIDAAbove: A photo from the 1940s shows Lester and Bill Piper with Queenie at Everglades Wonder Gardens in Bonita Springs. At right: A postcard of Bill Piper with Tom the bear. COURTESY PHOTOWatchful eyes overlook the parking lot at Everglades Wonder Gardens, a Bonita Springs landmark since 1936.HECKER n iH e h e n g o r e w uld rea li was n A a ro u l ov e f u n h a v it l d r e pe a b bo h r l g g merbotan STATE ARCHIVES OF FLORIDABonita Springs Reptile Gardens opened in 1936 to serve as a refuge for injured animals. The name was later changed to Everglades Wonder Gardens.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NEWS A11That vision embraces the Pipers legacy without the mammals. Its a politically correct version of the original roadside attraction; one Mr. Hecker prefers to call a cultural icon. No one wants to see a bear in a small cage. The world was a different place back when the Piper brothers started their little zoo and garden. Tourists were lured by the promise of real live alligators and other animals that slunk through the Florida wilderness. Until a few years ago visitors on a swinging bridge were wowed during gator feedings as the reptiles roiled in the water just feet below as they lunged for food. The bridge posts are still in place and may one day be rebuilt. But that, too, takes funding. Mr. Hecker likes the idea of a zip line over the gator pond and allowing opportunities for gator fishing at an additional charge.Vision for future growsOther ideas flow in a stream of consciousness: a pollination pavilion, walkthrough aviaries and butterfly gardens and a tea and coffee house inside the four 420-square-foot donated French-style solariums. Interacting, thats a memory, he said, noting the park often obliges requests to hold animals. Immersive should be my middle name. A ramshackle space with a painted wooden portrait of one of the Pipers who remarkably resembles Juan Valdez of old TV commercials, could become an event and wedding space and the nearby animal prep kitchen upgraded to serve people. Mr. Hecker also envisions opening the gardens for yoga and other community events and hes intent on growing the gardens aging flamingo flock. Hed like to have 24 but a single bird can cost $5,000. Its his duty to raise money by selling memberships, sourcing grants, sponsorships and philanthropic dollars to help repay the city loan while providing resources for upgrades. Since taking the helm Jan. 3, Mr. Hecker has created a concept book based on his visits to zoos and botanical gardens throughout the world. Additional ideas will be unveiled following a board retreat in September. We have a budget and were going to set our priorities, Mr. Hecker said. One of the inaugural fundraisers is Brew with the Birds, a Sept. 23 event offering samplings of homebrew and craft beers, musical entertainment and food trucks. Today, Ms. Martin visits the gardens with her granddaughters and stops by the koi pond to visit with the fish that once swam in a pond at her house. Many of the birds recognize her, Kiwi still mimics her laugh. Shes pleased with the changes underway. Weve come a long way but we have a long way to go, Mr. Brady said. The future of the park is really exciting. About the only controversy surrounding the Wonder Gardens is fitting it into a category. Mr. Hecker isnt particularly fond of the roadside attraction moniker. Mr. Brady respectfully disagrees. It is a roadside attraction thats been saved, he said. It opened in 1936. We cant forget that but it doesnt have to be what it was. Whatever its called, wherever the future takes it, its the green beating heart of the city, said Mr. Hecker. Everglades Wonder GardensWhere: 27180 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs When: Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost: $12.95 for adults, $10.95 for seniors and $7.95 for children 3-12 Info: 992-2591 or Evergladeswondergardens.com NANCY THEORET / FLORIDA WEEKLYOn the wish list: A larger flock of flamingos, roseate spoonbills and pink blossomed plants for the flamingo pond.COURTESY PHOTOThomas Hecker shares a vision of the Wonder Gardens future.NANCY THEORET / FLORIDA WEEKLYPeacocks and peahens roam the gardens. A sign marking the attraction has been a familiar sight in Bonita Springs since 1936. Weve come a long way but we have a long way to go ... The future of the park is really exciting. John Brady, local Everglades photographer

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According to research Mr. Jaffes organization has gathered, 4 percent of Americans have a mental illness that seriously impedes their ability to provide for their own health and wellbeing. Of that population, 50 percent cannot afford treatment, 16 percent dont know where to go, and about 8 percent say their insurance doesnt cover enough treatment. Mr. Jaffe believes the mental health community itself has isolated patients with severe illnesses and has created a public narrative that claims social stigma prevents people from seeking treatment. He maintains that claim is false and argues that many patients would be willing to enter a program or pursue a medical regimen if they could afford it. The lack of hospital beds is one barrier to treatment, he says. Another is dollars being allocated to places where there isnt a problem such as an outsized portion of suicide prevention funding going to people ages 10-24 when people ages 25-64 are far more likely to suffer suicide. At his NAMI Collier County presentation, Mr. Jaffe will talk about where money should be spent to better assist the mentally ill in their communities. One crisis stabilization bed in a hospital costs $292 a day, whereas the average cost for an emergency room visit in Florida is $2,887, he says. The average annual cost for managing a mental illness is $1,551, and a stay in a state psychiatric hospital is $112,000, he adds. Pamela Baker, executive director of NAMI Collier County, says local officials do the best they can with the small amount of funding they receive to care for the communitys seriously mentally ill population. We have a very small amount of funding compared to other states, she says. We use evidence-based practices as much as possible and thats one of (Mr. Jaffes) points, that we should only use what works. NAMIFrom page 1 NAMI programWho: D.J. Jaffe, executive director of Mental Illness Policy Org When: 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15 Where: The Hilton Naples Cost: Free, but donations to the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Collier County welcome. Info: 260-7300 or www.namicollier.com Chief Stephanie Spell, a 30-year veteran of the Collier County Sheriffs Office, has been named the sixth and final Ooh La La Legacy Lady for the 2017 season. As a member of the CCSO executive command staff, Chief Spell provides leadership for several law enforcement bureaus, including public information, media relations, crime prevention and analysis and senior services to name a few. Currently she is working on growing community engagement and partnerships between local law enforcement professionals and the community. This has been so much more than a career for me, she says. I would be honored to have my commitment to service be the legacy that I leave in the Southwest Florida community. A graduate of the Leadership Institute and Leadership Collier, Chief Spell serves as president of the board for Youth Haven and is outgoing chair for Collier Child Care Resources. She is also involved with United Way, the Florida Bar Grievance Committee and the Leadership Collier Foundation. Ooh La La Jewels du Jour co-owners Amy Turner and Tammy Turner Kipp created the Ooh La La Legacy Lady program as a way to celebrate local women who leave a lasting legacy in the community. CCSOs Spell honored as a Legacy LadySPELL SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 A13 DONATE TODAY Southwest Floridas children are counting on it! (239) 214-0642 | LeeHealthFoundation.org/LittleRedWagon The BEAUTIFUL new childrens hospital has captured our communitys heart, but its what is inside that counts. Its the CHILDREN who keep ghting, the families who keep HOPING and the physicians and staff who keep CARING, and they need your SUPPORT. THIS PLACE OF HEALING GETS MORE INSPIRING with every donation you make to Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida, Golisano | Nicklaus Childrens Health Center in Naples or the Pediatric Specialty Clinic in Port Charlotte. Feeling INSPIRED? Save a Childs LIFEwith a Gift to Golisano Childrens Hospital CLUBHOUSE NOW OPEN! For Tee Time Reservations: 239.331.2052 9800 Treviso Bay Boulevard Naples, FL 34113 TPCTrevisoBay.com With this ad. Valid 7/31/17-8/15/17. Public Play Limited Time $40 OFF $20 OFF AM Public Rates PM Public RatesKids head back to class Aug. 16The Collier County Sheriffs Offices annual back-to-school countdown is underway. Lighted marquee message boards are in place around Collier County reminding everyone that the first day of school is Wednesday, Aug. 16. The message boards read School Starts August 16 Give Kids A Brake and are at the following intersections: Collier Boulevard, near Lely Cultural Parkway Livingston Road, near Veterans Memorial Elementary School Oil Well Road, near Corkscrew Elementary School Golden Gate Parkway, near 44th Street Southwest The intent of the countdown is to remind the community that the start of the school year is a week away. Traffic will be more congested around schools and students will be walking and riding bicycles along the roadways. And school speed zones will be back in operation. The goal of the countdown is to educate the community on ways to change driving behavior in order to reduce serious bodily injury and fatal crashes involving youth and the general public. The countdown is also a way to remind schoolchildren that they need to think about their own safety, whether theyre on the bus, on the sidewalk, at school or with friends. During the first week of school deputies will be at elementary school student drop-off lines to greet parents and arriving students. Elementary school deputies will also be at the student pick-up lines during dismissal, when parents pick up their child. Also during the first week of school deputies in marked patrol vehicles and in unmarked vehicles with their emergency lights flashing will be parked at school speed zones. Deputies will also be at crossing guard intersections and other areas where large groups of students walk to and from school. COURTESY PHOTO

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A14 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY CLUB NOTES Pilot Club of Naples/Naples Pilot Foundation meets at 6 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month at Perkins on Pine Ridge Road. The next meeting is Aug. 10. Guests and new members are always welcome. Reservations are not required. Attendees order from the menu and pay for their meals. Pilot International focuses its charitable and educational efforts on brain-related disorders and disabilities, including traumatic brain injuries, dementia and autism. For more information, call Sue Lester 289-8268. Toast of The Coast Toastmasters Club #6544, recognized by Toastmasters International as a Presidents Distinguished Club, meets from noon to 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Friday of every month at the American Cancer Society office, 5020 Tamiami Trail N. The next meetings are Aug. 11 and 25. Visitors are always welcome. For more information, call 777-0416 or visit www. ToastOfTheCoast.org. Wine Tasters of Naples is a social club that meets from 5-7:30 p.m. every Friday at different locations around town. More so than wine, members enjoy socializing and working together on philanthropic and service projects to benefit the community. Members pay a $7 door fee; guests pay $9. Light bites are served, and attendees pay for their own beverages. The Aug. 11 place to be is Hyatt House on Fifth Avenue South, followed by Shulas at the Hilton Naples on Aug. 18 ($8 for members, $10 for guests to cover live entertainment by Manhattan Connection). The club sponsors other social events throughout the year as well. For more information, visit www.winetastersofnaples.org. Solo Singles of Collier County was organized more than 25 years ago to create and promote recreation, culture, charitable and social activities for those persons single, divorced or widowed. Members meet at 5 p.m. every Friday for happy hour and dinner at different restaurants around town. Upcoming gathering spots are: Aug. 11, Miller Ale House, 6320 Hollywood Blvd.; Aug. 18, The Cheesecake Factory at Coastland Center; and Aug. 25, Longhorn Steakhouse, 8010 Trail Blvd. For more information, call Carey Hughes 262-0278 or email careyjh@aol.com. The Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1067-Naples serves a buffet breakfast from 8-11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, in the pilots lounge at Naples Municipal Airport. All are welcome. Admission for $5 includes all-you-caneat fresh fruit, doughnuts and pastries, yogurt, breakfast sausage, juice and coffee, with all proceeds benefitting the EAA Young Eagles program that acquaints youth ages 8-17 with aviation as a career. Chapter members also meet at 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month at Naples Municipal Airport. The next meeting is Sept. 6. The Naples EAA chapter is one of approximately 1,700 chapters worldwide. Members are pilots, student pilots, plane builders and aviation enthusiasts. For more information, call 649-6627 or visit www.eaa1067. com. Gamma Phi Betas who are living in or visiting Southwest Florida are welcome to join members for lunch on the second Monday of every month at Brio Ristorante in Waterside Shops. The next meeting is Aug. 14. For more information, call Lynne Nordhoff at 594-8420. Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae in Naples, Marco Island and Bonita Springs enjoy lunch together on the second Monday of each month May-October at different local restaurants. The next Lunch Bunch is Aug. 14. For more information, call 434-5610 or visit www. naples.kappaalphatheta.org. Pi Beta Phi alumnae in the Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero and Marco Island areas are invited to mix and mingle from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, at Seasons 52, 8930 Tamiami Trail N. To RSVP or for more information, call 908-7301 or email bhc9514@gmail.com. The Gulf Coast Orchid Alliance meets from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, at the Naples Conference Center, 1455 Pine Ridge Road. Admission is free, and all are welcome. For more information, call 649-4145 or visit www. gulfcoastorchidalliance.com. The Naples chapter of PFLAG, Parents Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, a support, education and advocacy group for families with gay or transgender members, meets at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at Naples United Church of Christ, 5200 Crayton Road. The next meeting is Aug. 17. For more information, call 963-4670 or visit pflagnaples.org. Naples Ship Modelers is an informal group dedicated to building wooden ship models. Members meet at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Saturday of every month at the Landmark Naples community in North Naples. The next meetings are Aug. 19 and Sept. 2. Members should bring their works in progress and be prepared to share techniques and tips. All are invited to enjoy lunch afterward at Fitzgeralds. RSVP by emailing Joe Geithmann at joeearl42@yahoo.com. For more information about the club, call Dick Ritchie at 594-0868 or email dcritchie@comcast.net. Alliance Francaise de Naples invites all who enjoy conversing in French to join La Table Franaise at noon Wednesday, Aug. 23, at Caf Normandie, 3756 Tamiami Trail N. Denyse Jenkins will guide the conversation. All are welcome. The only cost is for lunch ordered from the menu. To make a reservation, call the restaurant at 261-0977. For more information about Alliance Francaise de Naples, email afnaples@ comcast.net. The Naples MacFriends User Group has hundreds of members who share a passion for all thing Apple and who love to learn from one another. Weekly meetings are open to all, free of charge, and take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Wednesday at Naples Regional Library, 650 Central Ave. For more information, visit www.naplesmug.com. Civitan Clubs are dedicated to serving the needs of the community with an emphasis on the disabled. The Civitan International Research Center is dedicated to finding the cause, cure and better treatments of brain disorders including autism, Alzheimers disease and Down syndrome, among others. The Marco Island Civitan Club meets the second Tuesday of the month and has social/educational meetings the fourth week of every month. The Naples Civitan Club meets the first Wednesday of the month and has social/educational meetings the third week of the month. For more information, call 774-2623 or e-mail swflcivitan@gmail.com. Tech4Good SWFL a club for staff and volunteers of nonprofit organizations, meets 6 to 8 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 6340 Napa Woods Way in Naples. The club helps people learn about using technology to advance their organizations mission, community engagement and fundraising. The Sept. 5 program will be about how to tell your nonprofit story with Adobe Spark and other free online software tools. Admission is free and a light dinner is served. RSVPs are requested to birgit.pauli@nptechprojects.org. For more information about the organization, visit www.tech4goodswfl.org. Want to ski Steamboat, Jackson Hole and Aspen/Snowmass in 2018? Join the Southwest Florida Ski Club to learn about upcoming ski adventures on the slopes. Starting in September, membership meetings take place on the first Tuesday of the month (Sept. 5) and social gatherings on the third Tuesday (Sept. 19) of every month at different locations throughout Naples. For more information, call 839-3711 or visit www. swflskiclub.com. The Naples Orchid Society welcomes members and guests to meetings on the first Thursday of the month at Moorings Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive. The next meeting is Sept. 7. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for flower registration. Judging is at 7:10 p.m., followed by a short meeting at 7:15 p.m. and the program at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.naplesorchidsociety.org. Everyone who owns or admires Corvettes is welcome to attend Corvettes of Naples meetings at 7:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month at Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church in North Naples. The next meeting is Sept. 7. For more information, visit www.corvettesofnaplesfl.com. Gamma Phi Betas who are living in or visiting Southwest Florida are welcome to join members for lunch on the second Monday of every month at Brio Ristorante in Waterside Shops. The next meeting is Sept. 11. For more information, call Lynne Nordhoff at 594-8420. The Antique Automobile Club of AmericaNaples Marco Region members meet at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday at First United Church of Naples, 388 First Ave. S. Visitors are always welcome. The next meetings are Sept. 11 and 25. For general information about the club, call Paul Rhoads at 877-3228 or visit www. aacanaplesmarco.org. Email club news to Cindy Pierce at cpierce@floridaweekly.com.COURTESY PHOTOSMembers of Wine Tasters of Naples enjoyed a Friday happy hour recently at Three60 Bistro. 1. Frank Falcone, Diane Neary, Vicky Leferink, Curtis Cooper, Joni Brickley and Susan Becker 2. Joni Brickley and Patrick Sweeny 3. Susan McDaniel, John Marchese, Pater Gough and Judy Clements 1 1 2 2 3 3

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Schedule an appointment with Dr. Lasanta-Garcia at Dental Care Central today! Reinaldo Lasanta-Garcia, DMDDental Care Central NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 A15InexplicableOdessa, Texas, resident Ernesto Baeza Acosta, 34, has legally changed his name to Ernesto Trump and declared himself the son of President Trump. His NSFW Facebook page features photographs of Ernesto wearing a Trump-like wig and asks viewers to Please share this so that my Dad your president can see this and spend time with me. Ernesto is a fan of President Trump, but his immigrant mother is unamused about his name change. Bright ideasAlana Nicole Donahue, 27, of Springfield, Ore., just wanted to entertain her children and nephew with a joy ride around the neighborhood. But on July 12, as she pulled the kids (ages 2, 4 and 8) behind her Ford Taurus in a plastic red wagon, she was arrested for reckless endangerment. Donahue told police she was just showing the kids a good time. However, horrified witnesses saw the car going about 30 mph as the wagon went up on two wheels going around a busy traffic circle at rush hourUnclear on the conceptDavid Blackmon identified himself as a drug dealer when he called the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office on July 16 to report that $50 in cash and a quarterounce of cocaine had been stolen from his car. When officers investigated, they found a baggie with suspected cocaine, a crack pipe and a crack rock in the car. Blackmon was charged with possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia.Technology run amokA security robot named Steve suffered a soggy fatal error on July 17 when it tumbled down several steps and into a fountain in Washington, D.C. New to the job, the robot had been patrolling the Washington Harbour area of Georgetown, mapping out its features in an effort to prevent just such an accident. He looked so happy and healthy, an area mourner tweeted after the incident. Another observer was less sympathetic. Robots: 0; humans: 1, he tweeted. Least-competent criminals The Pink Panther, he aint. Police in Wayne County, N.C., are looking for a careless cat burglar who keeps waking people up as he robs them. At least one victim awakened by the slender white man in early July has seen him wearing a pink polka-dot beach towel around his head. Police arent sure if hes actually gotten away with any loot. Three heads are apparently not better than one, as three China Gr ove, N.C., masterminds demonstrated on July 12. Rex Allen Farmer, his son, Rex Carlo Farmer, and the younger mans girlfriend, Kayla Nicole Price, cooked up a scheme to rob the Mooresville gas station where the elder Farmer worked. Surveillance video showed Carlo, disguised in a womans dress and wig, emptying the cash register as his father, the clerk on duty, stood by. Carlo then ran outside and removed the dress and wig, setting them on fire next to the building. However, the fire spread to a meter on the building and a privacy fence, thus summoning authorities. Police soon caught up to all three and arrested them.The animal kingdom An African grey parrot named Bud may have been the key witness in convicting 49-year-old Glenna Duram of White Cloud, Mich., in the shooting death of her husband, Martin Duram, 46. The investigation of the 2015 shooting dragged on for a year before Martins first wife, who inherited the parrot, shared with a local TV station a videotape of Bud imitating two people having an argument, including the words Dont (expletive) shoot. Three weeks later, Glenna Duram was arrested and charged with first-degree murder, and on July 19, she was found guilty. Fire department dispatchers in Branson, Mo., must have thought they were being punked on July 22, when they received a call to rescue a bird from a tree. But it was no joke. A ladder truck was dispatched to rescue a parrot that had escaped and became tangled in its leash 50 feet up in a tree. (Bonus: The firefighter who braved the 50-foot climb was Colt Boldman.) Government in action Adi Astl, 73, took it upon himself to solve a safety problem in Tom Riley Park in the Etobicoke area of Toronto, Ontario. Accessing the park meant navigating a steep hill, and Astl felt it was dangerous. The city balked at building a staircase, citing a cost between $65,000 and $150,000. So Astl, a retired mechanic, built it himself, with the help of a homeless man for $550. Responding to the resulting media storm, the city now plans to build a regulation staircase costing $10,000. Bureaucrats, bureaucrats, bureaucrats, Astl concluded. Meanwhile, in British Columbias New Westminster, the city has constructed, at a cost of $200,000, an unfinished stairway to nowhere. The structure was originally intended to replace a required fire escape on a building, but was left incomplete and unattached to the building when concerns arose about wires overhead. I thought it was an artwork, but I dont think it makes that much sense, said passerby Lawrence Kong. NEWS OF THE WEIRD BY THE EDITORS AT ANDREWS MCMEELDistributed by Universal Press Syndicate Vanderbilt Beach Road Naples FL bt BradfordSquareRetirementncom Pictured Grand Casino in Monte Carlo MonaconA Night in Monte Carlo Cocktails, gambling, and jazz! Ante up and come take a chance at Bradford Squares stylish gambling party. Youll enjoy the fun and are welcome to take a tour of our luxury resort-style community.Bradford Square bRSVP by August b fb r b pnmn Thursdayt August n

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A16 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE LASIK CONSULTATION!The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, or be reimbursed for payment for any o ther service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of, and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, or reduced fee service, examination and treatment. $1,000 OFF LASIK $500 per eye; offer good through August 31, 2017.Cannot be combined with any other offer.All Laser Lasik Bausch & Lomb Technolas/Victus State-of-the-Art Technology Nina Nordgren, M.D.Board Eligible Ophthalmologist SWFLEYE.COM Living in Comfort is the Ultimate Reward BEFORE AFTER Serving Fort Myers, Estero, Bonita, Naples, Marco Island Lifetime Residential Warranty | Family Owned and Operated | 10+ Years Experience 239.243.8977 www.ShorelineWF.com info@ShorelineWF.com 12% DISCOUNT with this Ad Windows offer beautiful views and an abundance of natural light. But sunlight can create excessive heat and glare, and even fade your precious belongings. With 3M Window Films, you can fill your home with light just the way you want. Whether youre concerned about excessive we have a window lm to help you enhance the comfort of your home. Call Us Today For FREE ESTIMATE! HEALTHY LIVINGNCH earns Most Wired for sixth yearNCH was named a Most Wired hospital system in the 19th annual Health Cares Most Wired survey recently released by the American Hospital Associations Health Forum. This is the sixth consecutive year we have been so honored. Technology is making it easier for patient and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships. New tools are helping patients become more involved in their care and in maintaining their health. The Most Wired hospitals are using every available technology option to create more ways to reach their patients in order to provide access to care, AHA President/ CEO Rick Pollack said. They are transforming care delivery, investing in new delivery models in order to improve quality, provide access and control costs. Innovation in patient care embraces emerging technologies and underscores the need for secure patient information exchange. Most Wired hospitals are investing in analytics to support new delivery models and effective decision-making, while training clinicians on how to use analytics to improve quality, provide access and control costs. Of the following 10 actions that 32 percent to 97 percent of all Most Wire Hospitals do, NCH does them all: Analyze retrospective clinical and administrative data to identify areas for improving quality and reducing the cost of care (82 percent of Most Wired hospitals do this). Use sophisticated analytics such as predictive modeling and data to improve decision-making (75 percent). Interface electronic health record data with population health tools for care management (almost 70 percent).SEE WEISS, A17 What women should know about stroke PALM BEACH GARDENS MEDICAL CENTERDid you know that stroke is the third leading cause of death for women? Approximately 55,000 more women than men have a stroke each year, and it kills twice as many women as breast cancer each year. Thats why it is so important to be familiar with the symptoms and risks associated with women and stroke. When it comes to a stroke, every minute counts. If you, or someone you are with, experience the symptoms of stroke, seek medical attention immediately. The sooner treatment begins, the better chance for recovery. Women and men experience many of the same symptoms of stroke: Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg Confusion Difficulty speaking Problems with vision Loss of balance or coordination Trouble walking Sudden onset of a severe headache for no known cause. However, some signs of stroke are unique to women, such as: Rapid onset of hiccups Nausea Fatigue Chest pain Face and limb pain Shortness of breath or heart palpitations. Experiencing stroke symptoms?The signs of stroke require immediate attention. Never wait more than five minutes to dial 9-1-1 if you e xperience even one of the symptoms. You could be experiencing a stroke even if you dont exhibit all of the symptoms. Its also important that you check the time, as the responding medical providers will need to know when your first symptoms occurred. Strokes caused by blood clots, which are called ischemic strokes and are the most common type, can be treated with clot-busting drugs such as tPA, or tissue plasminogen activator. But in order to be effective, the medication must be administered within three hours of the initial onset of symptoms. Anticoagulants, such as warfarin and antiplatelet drugs, such as aspirin, may be prescribed to help prevent a stroke in people who are high risk. In other cases, surgery may be recommended to treat or prevent stroke. Carotid endarterectomy can be performed to remove fatty deposits that clog the carotid artery in the neck. If a person does have a stroke, rehabilitation can help rebuild strength, capability and confidence to continue daily activities.Risk factorsWomen and men share many of the same risk factors for stroke. While a person of any age can have a stroke, risk increases with age. In fact, the chances of having a stroke double every 10 years after the age of 55. Other risk factors include a family history of stroke, high blood pressure or cholesterol, smoking, diabetes, being overweight and not exercising. Women also have some exclusive risk factors that could raise their risk of having a stroke, which include: Taking birth control pills Experiencing natural changes in the body during pregnancy that increase blood pressure and put stress on the heart Using hormone replacement therapy to relieve symptoms of menopause Being postmenopausal and having a waist that is larger than 35.2 inches and a triglyceride level higher than 128 milligrams per liter Suffering from migraines In addition, African-American women have more strokes than Caucasian women, and stroke is the number one cause of death for Hispanic women. PreventionThe good news is that there are steps to prevent stroke. Women can actively reduce the risk of stroke by: Monitoring their blood pressure Not smoking Knowing their cholesterol and triglyceride levels and taking steps to improve those levels, if necessary Limiting alcohol Maintaining a healthy weightGenerally, it is safe for young, healthy women to take birth control pills. However, risk of stroke increases in some women who are over 35, smoke, have diabetes and/or high blood pressure/cholesterol. allenWEISSallen.weiss@nchmd.org

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 A17 www.oaktreedentistrynaples.com 90 Cypress Way East #20 Naples FL (Across From Sams Club) 239-596-5771 Please Join Dr. Carr in Welcoming his Associate, Dr. Hillary FreyDr. Frey is now accepting new patients! CALL NOW TO EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE! Welcome! Provide data analytic tools training to physicians and nurses (70-plus percent). Initiate a patient pathway using health IT to follow a care plan (45 percent). Have tools for real-time patient identification and tracking for valuebased care conditions (32 percent). Offer secure messaging with clinicians on mobile devices (76 percent). Use intrusion detection systems (97 percent). Perform data access audits (96 percent). Run targeted phishing exercises to teach employees to question suspicious emails (nearly 90 percent). Six years ago, Audrey Moreau Petersens significant gifts served as a funding catalyst for our Smart Room technology, which provides patients with easy access to information about their care and educational programs tailored to their needs. Additionally, charting became automated, creating major staff efficiencies (medical monitoring data is downloaded wirelessly and IV pumps are controlled via computer input). Our patients experience is safer and better now due to Mrs. Petersens thoughtful and generous gifts. She and her late husband were founders of Jabil Circuit. We are pleased to belong to this elite, innovative group of Most Wired healthcare systems only 5 percent of all hospitals or health systems for the sixth consecutive year. It became clear to us many years ago that harnessing the potential of information technology to optimize quality care, enhance secure communications and increase operational efficiencies helps everyone live a longer, happier and healthier life. Dr. Allen Weiss is president and CEO of the NCH Healthcare System.WEISSFrom page 16 TO YOUR HEALTHVolunteers SHINE light on insuranceElders in Naples, their caregivers and family members who have questions or concerns about Medicare and related health insurance topics have a new place to turn. The states SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders offers counseling at the Alzheimers Support Network, 660 Tamiami Trail N., from 1-3 p.m. every second Friday of the month. The next session is Aug. 11. This is a new partnership between SHINE and the Alzheimers Support Network. A volunteer program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, SHINE empowers elders to make informed decisions about their health-care coverage. It is offered locally through the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida. SHINE volunteers can answer questions regarding Medicare, Medicaid, prescription assistance, long-term care planning and more. They can help seniors and the disabled on Medicare find assistance programs that might lower prescription drug costs, provide prescription drugs at no cost and help with Medicare Part B costs. To make an appointment for counseling at the new SHINE counseling site or other SHINE sites in Southwest Florida or to receive assistance by phone, call the toll-free Elder Helpline at (800) 413-5337. For more information, visit www. floridashine.org. Group for Parkinsons patients and caregiversThe Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida Inc. has started two new support groups for anyone who has Parkinsons disease and also for those who care for them. One group meets from 1-2 p.m. every Tuesday at in the clubhouse at Aston Gardens, 4800 Aston Gardens Way in Pelican Marsh. The second group meets from 12:30-1:30 p.m. every Thursday in the clubroom at Brookdale Bonita Springs, 26850 S. Bay Drive in Bonita Springs. For more information, call PASFI at 417-4365 or send an email to office@ pasfi.org. Visually impaired invited to meetingsLighthouse of Collier Center for Blindness and Vision Loss invites all who are blind or visually impaired to attend a support group from 10-11:30 a.m. every Wednesday at the center, 2685 Horseshoe Drive in Naples. Facilitator Rick Hart encourages attendees to share the challenges they face and the techniques they find helpful in managing those challenges. Attendees feel less isolated as they make connections with others who can relate to their situation. Friends and family members who care for a blind or visually impaired friend or loved one can also benefit from the group. Reservations are not required. The nonprofit also hosts a brown bag lunch and program at 11 a.m. on the third Tuesday of every month for visually impaired people and their caregivers. The next program is Aug. 15. Guests should bring their own lunch and are welcome to stay afterward for games and social hour. For brown bag lunch reservations or more information about programs and services, call Lighthouse of Collier at 430-3934 or visit www.lighthouseofcollier.org.

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A18 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.QuigleyEye.comNaplesBonita SpringsFREEEYE EXAMFOR NEW PATIENTSNo Hidden Charges: It is our policy that the patient and or any other person responsible for payment or be reimburse by payment or any other service, examination or treatment CODE: FW00complete medical exam with one of our board certied eye doctors includes prescription for eyeglasses, and tests for FORMERLY EYE HEALTHomas Quigley, M.D.Board Certied Eye Surgeon & Cataract Specialist BEHIND THE WHEELConcours of America remains true to its nameIn the past, weve hit the road on a summer tour bringing you everything from the most prestigious car events in the country to the salt-of-the-earth Midwestern cruise-ins. But is there a place where these two opposite ideas meet? The Concours dElegance of America is slightly different than the rest of the premiere shows. Located in the Detroit suburb of Plymouth, Mich., this event takes pride in showcasing some of Americas greatest contributions to motoring. For example, this years event paid tribute to the coachbuilder Walter M. Murphy Co. The California company was not only famous for creating some of the best Duesenberg bodies in preWWII America, but also it was a choice for foreign chassis like Bentley, Bugatti and Rolls-Royce. That makes it the perfect American standout mentioned in the same breath as the great European coachbuilders. Another interesting American that doesnt get seen too often is a 1931 Duesenberg Model SJ. This coupe would almost pass for the current trend to have a car completely murdered out covered in black. But this style was original to the body, because the customer told the American coachbuilder Bohman & Schwartz that he wanted the whole coupe covered in a naugahyde-like synthetic leather. One of the boldest categories for 2017 featured competition cars known as Gassers. These were built in the 1950s-s as budget racers, and they earned their name for running on common gasoline instead of a more sophisticated racing fuel. A Gassers hallmarks were a raised front end fitting a crude solid front axle, and often there was so much weight removed that there was little left up front besides the fenders. Originally there was nothing elegant about the design, and thus, this is a category will unlikely be found at any other top-tier concours. Gassers arent comparable to the million-dollar coachbuilt vehicles that were parked a stones throw away. But these built the foundation of drag racing both on the racetracks and what raced in-between stoplights. And so they deserve their place in the sun. But dont think this is an event strictly for the nationalistic crowd. The Concours dElegance of America still showcases plenty of traditional European grace with cars like a 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C, 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K, 1937 Talbot-Lago 150C Aero Coupe. All of these are considered among the most beautiful and streamlined cars of the 20th century. Possibly this mix of American and European influences was best showcased by the Enthusiast of the Year, Ralph Gilles. As head of design at Fiat Chrysler, hes often looking at both sides of the Atlantic for inspiration. While Gilles special display did not stray too far from his current employers brands, it was a treat to see the classically graceful Alfa Romeos racers of the 1960s share space with the brutish Dodge Viper concept car. And while it may seem that these should make for a mismatched presentation, they were felt harmonious under the theme that Form follows passion. The Concours dElegance of America states its purpose in its name. Its about showcasing a world of automotive style while still being proud of its home-grown roots as illustrated by its awards. Best in Show is divided to honor one winner from America and a separate prize for the rest of the world. This year, a 1931 Stutz DV-32 Convertible Victoria was best American, and a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A took home the top award for foreign cars. This is a different system than most other shows of this caliber, but it feels correct here. After all, classic cars might be a universal language, but in Detroit, theres some extra patriotism in their favoritism. mylesKORNBLATTmk@autominded.com 1931 Duesenberg Model SJ Bohman & Schwartz. 1937 Talbot-Lago 150C Aero Coupe. 1953 Chrysler New Yorker convertible. 1929 Auburn 8-90 Boattail.Know where traffic deputies hit the roadHeres where Collier County Sheriffs Office deputies will be on traffic detail the week of Aug. 14-18: Monday, Aug. 14 Radio and Airport-Pulling roads: Aggressive driving Golden Gate Parkway and I-75 southbound exit: Speeding Pine Ridge and Livingston roads: Red-light running Tuesday, Aug. 15 Naples Boulevard: Speeding Immokalee Road and Logan Boulevard: Red-light running Collier and Green boulevards: Redlight running Wednesday, Aug. 16 Santa Barbara Boulevard at Calusa Park Elementary School: Aggressive driving Pine Ridge Road at Pine Ridge Middle School: Aggressive driving Victory Lane at Palmetto Ridge High School: Speeding Thursday, Aug. 17 U.S. 41 East and Collier Boulevard: Aggressive driving Golden Gate Parkway and Sunshine Boulevard: Speeding Airport-Pulling Road and Cougar Drive: Speeding Friday, Aug. 18 Vineyards Boulevard: Aggressive driving Rattlesnake Hammock Road and St. Andrews Boulevard: Speeding Bayshore Drive and Botanical Place Circle: Speeding Check out CCSO2go appCCSO2go, the mobile application of the Collier County Sheriffs Office, is free to download. The enhanced arrest log is searchable by date or name and displays each arrestees charges, Collier County arrest history for the past 10 years and photograph. The latest version of the app also offers more timely push notifications of CCSO news. By getting information out more quickly, the app can help users help CCSO solve crimes. All CCSO-produced videos can be found on the app, along with real-time traffic information and updated Google street view maps. The new CCSO2go is iPad friendly and available at the iTunes App Store. If you have already downloaded CCSO2go, use the iTunes Updates feature to download the latest version. Those downloading the app for the first time will automatically get all of the new features. The Android-friendly app is available on Google Play. 1958 Chevrolet Corvette. Gas Rondas 1968 Mustang funny car racer.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NEWS A19 5450 TAMIAMI TRAIL N. NAPLES 239.594.1555ACROSS FROM WATERSIDE SHOPS ONE BLOCK NORTH OF PINE RIDGE ON U.S.41LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED! CELEBRATING OUR 15TH YEAR! DESIGNED FROM THE GROUND UP TO SAVE YOU MONEY... We Work Directly With The Top Manufacturers To Bring You The Best Possible Prices, Everyday! No Waiting, Take It Home With You or Have It Delivered Next Day! Cambier Park selected for 2017 Farm City BBQ SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYThe Farm City BBQ of Collier County moves to Cambier Park in downtown Naples for 2017. Hosted by the Marine Industries Association of Collier County and with deep roots in the local business and agricultural communities, the 62nd annual feast is set for 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22. Cambier Park is a wonderful venue for this historic event, bringing the culture and history of agriculture in Collier County into the city of Naples, says Bill Barker, this years chairman and president/publisher of the Naples Daily News. Over the years the pre-Thanksgiving tradition has raised more than $300,000 for nonprofit organizations that benefit local youth leadership development programs.The National Farm City Council was formed 62 years ago in an effort to help bring together business and agricultural communities. Their goal was to demonstrate the interdependence of a vibrant network of farmers and business owners that help support the economy and provide the basic essentials that every citizen needs. From the truck driver to the rancher, the fisherman, the futures broker and the biotechnology scientist, they all play an important role in making sure that Americans have access to a healthy and abundant supply of food. In Collier County, the Farm City BBQ was formed in a similar way. Event volunteers remember when area farmers had a bad year of crops. The business leaders reached out to the farmers, inviting them for a barbecue and sharing in the little produce that was available so that their families wouldnt go hungry on Thanksgiving Day. A year later, the Immokalee farming community wanted to reciprocate the hospitality, so they invited the business leaders for a BBQ in the country. Since then, the event has rotated from city to country locations; last years site was Seminole Immokalee Casino, and the year before was Naples Municipal Airport. Beneficiaries of the 2017 barbecue are the Collier County 4-H Association, Youth Leadership Collier, the Collier County Junior Deputies League and Key Club International.About the beneficiariesThe Collier County 4-H Association (formerly Collier County 4-H Foundation) funds and supports the activities of Collier County 4-H, reaching more than 7,600 local students every year. In addition to traditional 4-H agricultural programs, Collier County 4-H offers many innovative educational opportunities. Students learn how to build and program robots, create maps using drones, write and deliver effective speeches and become leaders through numerous other hands-on experiences. Programs take place in Collier County Public Schools during the school day, in after school settings and in many traditional 4-H clubs throughout the community. Youth Leadership Collier is a program of the Leadership Collier Foundation, an affiliate of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. YLC empowers students to become effective and ethical leaders, showcases Collier County through field work with key organizations and encourages students to come back to (or stay in) Collier County to begin their begin careers and community leadership. For years the Farm City BBQ has assisted YLC in its efforts to have the tuition for this program remain accessible to all qualified candidates regardless of socioeconomic background. In cooperation with the Collier County Sheriffs Office, the Collier County Junior Deputies League helps prepare local youth to become responsible, lawabiding citizens. The leagues 34-acre site in eastern Collier County is used for youth activities throughout the year, and plans are underway to add an openair pavilion, camp centers with restrooms, six campsites with fire rings and a fishing dock to expand programs for Collier youth. Key Club International is the high school-based service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Twelve Collier County high school Key Clubs provide more than 600 members with opportunities to perform community service and be mentored in leadership, communication and other vital development skills. Funds from Farm City BBQ are used to send student leaders to the annual District Leadership & Education Conference in Orlando. In recent years, more than $300,000 has been donated back into our community to support the progress of these organizations in providing hands-on education from elementary through high school students.About this years hostSince its inception in 1981, the Marine Industries Association of Collier County has been dedicated to boater safety, boater education and access to Floridas waterways. The association represents its members, the local marine business and recreational boaters to the local government. Through an alliance with the Marine Industries Association of Florida, membership in the MIACC offers direct access to advance information on Floridas marine industry and access to the legislative forces that are shaping its destiny. For more information about MIACC, visit www.MIACC.org. The 2017 Farm City BBQ>> What: Steaks from Shulas Naples, the traditional Immokalee Salad and corn provided by Lipmans, baked beans from Russells Clambakes, complimentary beer, wine and soda >> When: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22 >> Where: Cambier Park, downtown Naples >> Cost: $20 >> Tickets and more info: www.FarmCityBBQ.comCOURTESY PHOTOStudent volunteers from the Farm City BBQ beneficiary organizations help out with a number of tasks, like these 4-H members preparing the traditional Immokalee Salad at the 2016 event.

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A20 NEWS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY visiting nurse management company brings over 40 years of senior care experience. Assisted Living Facility License # 12828Under new management1000 Airport Pulling Road S. Naples, FL 34104 (239) 603-0438 BeachHouseNaplesSeniorLiving.com With expertise in both home healthcare and assisted living, our focus will be ensuring residents feel secure and well cared for in a luxury environment. We look forward to making a positive impact on this community! stop in today & ask about ourSummer Special! PET TALESRabies review BY DR. MARTY BECKER AND KIM CAMPBELL THORNTONAndrews McMeel SyndicationYou probably know that your dog is required by law to have a rabies vaccination either annually or triennially (every three years). Most states allow owners to decide how often to give the vaccine. But theres more to rabies-related law than frequency of vaccination. Heres what you and your veterinarian should know. Most of us assume that our pets are considered vaccinated for rabies once that needle enters the body. Not so. Pets are not considered currently vaccinated until 28 days after the initial injection, says Richard Ford, DVM, an internal medicine specialist and immunology expert who spoke at last months American Veterinary Medical Association conference in Indianapolis. Your pet is considered overdue for a booster vaccine one day beyond the one-year or three-year date following the initial vaccination. By law, a pet is not considered immunized beyond that date, even though generally the only difference between a one-year and a three-year rabies vaccine is what it says on the label. In other words, even though a one-year vaccine generally offers the same protection as a three-year vaccine, in law there is no tolerance. Once your pet is revaccinated, though, he returns immediately to currently vaccinated status, regardless of the amount of time that has elapsed since the vaccine was due. Are cats required to have rabies vaccinations? At least nine states do not mandate rabies vaccinations for cats. In fact, Missouri, Kansas and Ohio have no state laws mandating rabies vaccinations for any pets. Nonetheless, its a good idea to have it done, especially if you allow your pet to go outdoors. In 2015, 244 cases of rabies involving cats were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Thats 58 percent of all reported cases involving domestic animals that year. If your pet is currently unvaccinated and bites or scratches someone the usual routes of exposure its not an automatic death sentence for your pet. Its sometimes assumed that euthanasia followed by testing of the brain for rabies is required, but thats not so. Whether a pet is currently vaccinated, the law in the majority of states calls for a 10-day quarantine in the owners home, followed by revaccination of the pet. Pets who have been exposed to rabies and the definition of exposure varies from state to state face a stiffer quarantine of 45 days at home. Thats only if they are considered to be currently vaccinated, however. Pet owners must generally be able to document that the rabies vaccination is current. An unvaccinated pet who is exposed is generally subject to a four-month strict quarantine at a facility for that purpose. That can cost several thousand dollars. The pet must be vaccinated at the time of entry and sometimes within 96 hours of exposure. Pets who are not up to date on their rabies vaccinations and bite someone may, however, face euthanasia if the person who was bitten isnt willing to wait for the animal to complete the 10-day home quarantine. Dr. Ford cited the case of a dog who was two months late for a rabies booster vaccine. The dog bit the child next door, and the parent insisted that the dog be euthanized and tested immediately. The public health department concurred, and the dog lost his life. Examination of brain tissue determined that he was not infected with rabies. Some pet owners would like to skip rabies vaccinations for animals who are old or have illnesses that could put them at greater risk of a vaccine reaction. They wonder if a rabies titer test can be used to establish immunity. The answer is no. In law, a rabies titer is not recognized as a valid index of protection. Only 16 states allow veterinarians to exempt pets from rabies vaccinations for health reasons. More information on rabies requirements is available at rabiesaware.org. Pets of the Week>> Benji is a handsome 1-year-old domestic shorthair with a soft coat and big gold eyes. He loves to sit in your lap and be petted. >> Gordon is a gentle 3-year-old male terrier bully who weighs about 46 pounds. A fun cuddler who loves attention, he enjoys playing in the water and fetching toys. >> Kahlua is a happy 6-year-old terrier bully who weighs about 45 pounds. She loves to fetch balls and splash in her kiddie pool. >> Patches is an affectionate 1-yearold calico domestic shorthair who lost her home through no fault of her own and is ready to move on to her new forever home. To adopt or foster a petThis weeks pets are from Collier County Domestic Animal Services. Adoption fees for cats are waived through Aug. 16. Adoption fees for dogs range from $30 to $80. Fees 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. MondaySaturday. For more information, call 252-7387 or visit www.colliergov.net/pets. Approximately 500 cases of rabies in domestic animals are documented each year.

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THE DIVA DIARIESLet a local getaway take you out of the redsIt happens every year at this time. I call it the August reds. Id say it was the August blues, but these days, the weather is red and my mood is dead. Im not the only one. I know plenty of Southwest Floridians who flee our steamy little corner of the tropics around this time of year in the search of cool breezes and less oppressive humidity. I see them on Facebook Teri in North Carolina, Amy in New York City and Sunny in South Africa. And while Im happy for them, my August reds turn green with envy. I was lucky enough to travel a bit in May, but the thing is, its not so horrible here in May August is really the optimum time to get away, when those reds kick in. But if youre like me and you blew all your travel time earlier in the summer, or if traveling outside this boiling peninsula is impossible because of work obligations or limited finances, then I have to recommend that for your sanity, you run from the reds by going somewhere close by. So, its hot I get it. But, we dont have to stay stuck. I know the word staycation is tired and overused, but never knock a muchneeded weekend escape to rejuvenate. Considering the fact that Ive lived here since the Stone Age, I have a list of quite a few enjoyable local jaunts. Here are a few of my favorites: You cant beat Sanibel for a weekend in paradise. There are lots of shady trees, no traffic lights and scenic bike paths from one end to the other. Plus, this time of year the island is slow and quiet. And since its a barrier island, theres even a breeze I promise. Rent bikes from Billys Bike Rentals on Periwinkle Way and peddle to up to Doc Fords for a refreshing mojito. Check out the resorts, hotels and quaint cottages for Florida resident/off-season discounts. Make your way to Marco Island for a much-needed ahhhhh weekend. Again, the off-season rates at resorts like the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort are pretty sweet, and you might just have money left over for a charter voyage to Cape Romano to check out the famous dome homes and gather some perfect specimen shells. Marco is pretty famous for good restaurants, too and this time of year theres no waiting in line for a table. Im no meteorologist, but the temperature might be a degree or two less hot in the northern climes of Sarasota or we can always hope so anyway. Theres so much to love about Sarasota: the charming historic downtown area, window shopping at St. Armands Circle, the Ringling Museum, Mote Marine Laboratory and the sandy shores of nearby Siesta Key and Anna Maria Island. Plus, with traffic at a minimum in August, you can stay somewhere affordable on the mainland and drive to the waterfront for the day. To beat the August reds, these are my top three faves but dont forget Amelia Island in the northwest corner of the state, South Beach in Miami for color and culture or even a quick trip to the Keys for some snorkeling. So even if you cant get to the mountains or Manhattan or across the pond, you absolutely can beat the August reds by staying local and without putting your bank account in the red. Happy trails! Ciao for now, my lovelies! Stay tuned for another divalicious diary entry next week stephanieDAVIS sdavis@floridaweekly.com

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President enjoys variety on the job BY DON MANLEYFlorida Weekly CorrespondentVariety is indeed the spice of life for Susan Hadinger. That is a major reason why being part of the family business, Hadinger Flooring in Naples, is ideal for someone who shies away from the hum-drum and routine. It is a great business, said Ms. Hadinger. It really is a vibrant and very fashionoriented industry with the design aspect. Its constantly changing, its constantly fun. I enjoy working with everybody and I enjoy the different everyday challenges. Theres always something new on the horizon. Hardwood, laminate, tile, natural stone and vinyl flooring, along with an array of carpeting, area rugs and cabinetry can be perused at the store that advertises as the states largest with 30,000 square feet of showroom space and a 21,000-square-foot warehouse. The company was founded in 1931 in Fort Atkinson, Wis., by Tom Hadinger, who is Ms. Hadingers stepfather. He sold his interests in Wisconsin and shifted operations to Naples in 1983. Ms. Hadingers mother, Judy, is also involved in the business, overseeing and handling purchasing for the area rug section that she started 19 years ago. Ms. Hadingers purview at the store spans everything from A to Z. Im involved in pretty much every aspect advertising, work flow and processes, social media, our website, community involvement, personnel and hiring, she said. I dont do all BUSINESS NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 A22 | WWW.FLORIDAWEEKLY.COM SCORE Naples presents COLLIER 2020, the biggest small business event in Collier County on Wednesday, Aug. 16, at Hodges University. With a concept of 0 for 5, Collier 2020 will feature senior executives of 10 major Collier County business organizations speaking for five minutes each about numerous new and upcoming factors and developments that will affect Collier County businesses in the immediate future. In 50 minutes, attendees will get a crash course covering the major sectors in Collier County to help them develop fact-based plans for their companys growth. Attendees are asked to bring their toughest questions for their business sector expert to answer. Michael Dalby, president of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce will deliver opening remarks and introduce the panelists. They are: Kristi Bartlett, vice president/economic development at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Eric Berglund, president of the SWFL Economic Development Alliance Cindy Carroll, president of Carroll & Carroll real estate appraisers Tim Cartwright, chairman of Tamiami Angels Funds Lois Croft, SWFL regional director at the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association Kathy Curatolo, executive vice president of the Collier Building Industry Association Tammi Teece of Regions Bank Aysegul Timur, Ph.D., dean of the Johnson School of Business at Hodges University Kris Van Lengen, community planning manager at Collier County Growth Management Jack Wert, executive director of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau Registration is $25. Check-in and continental breakfast starts at 7:45 a.m. The program takes place from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Coming up nextA SCORE workshop for potential business owners, Is Starting a Business Right for You? What You Need to Know to Reach a Go or No-go Decision is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Community Foundation of Collier County, 1100 Pine Ridge Road. SCORE mentors will take attendees through a series of simple steps addressing what entrepreneurs should do and what they should not do when launching a business. Three two-hour sessions will address key start-up activities, marketing must-dos and funding/ finance basics. There will be ample time for Q&A. Presenters are Karl William, a retired GE executive with experience in several of GEs businesses including aerospace, telecommunications and industrial products; Michael Zahaby, the owner of a multi-unit Wendys franchise who has 39 years of experience in banking and lending with leading financial institu-SCORE programs designed to enhance small business success HADINGER FROM THE TOP SEE HADINGER, A23 SEE SCORE, A23 BY JAN NORRISjnorris@ oridaweekly.com FCKLE FLORIDA, WHERE RESTAURANTS COME AND GO sometimes overnight. The failure rate of restaurants nationwide, once quoted as up to 90 percent within a year of opening, has been debunked by recent analysts showing the figure is only about 29 percent. Challenges abound for all those in the industry food trends, demographic changes, and the economys wild ride among them. Then theres labor a constant problem in a touristand seasonal-market state. Everyone is trying to snag the small marketplace of pro servers and cooks.SEE SUCCESS, A26 RECIPESFOR Independent restaurateurs defy odds of longevity in the industryCOURTESY PHOTOSThe Veranda, one of the oldest restaurants in Fort Myers, is unique in so many ways, says owner Paul Peden.

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WERE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Clearly, the right choice C l l t h i h t h i Clearlytherightchoice Since 1971 239.939.3456www.ECOF.comDavid C. Brown, M.D.World Renowned Cataract Surgeon Founder & Medical Director NORTH FORT MYERS LOCATION PUBLIX SHOPPING CENTER Del Prado & US 41 TRUNK SHOWTHURSDAY AUGUST 17TH 8:30 5:00 50% OFF FRAMES (with purchase of a complete pair of glasses cannot be combined with insurance or other oers)25% OFF NONPRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSESRepresentatives from Tom Ford, Gucci, Oakley, Nike, Nautica & Dragon on site those things by myself, but I work with the people who do. She also closely follows flooring industry trends to stay on top of consumer tastes and whats driving the market. Theres definitely a trend toward tile and wood, versus carpet, and luxury vinyl planks are a big category and getting bigger, she said. Shes been with the company for seven years, the last two as president. She spent the first five years learning the ropes and acquiring knowledge, first learning about rugs, then flooring and cabinets, which are a relatively new offering for the company. Prior to that, she lived in Colorado, where she taught social studies at the high school level for seven years and then worked in corporate training. Skills honed in the classroom definitely have valuable application in her current position. Teaching prepares you for pretty much any job, she said. Teaching is a job where you have to be fully autonomous in running a classroom and you have to have a lot of various skills to do that. Ms. Hadinger grew up in Jacksonville and Gainesville before attending college at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, where she earned an undergraduate degree in economics. She then attained a masters in education at the University of Alabama-Birmingham and moved to Denver. She lived there for 15 years, marrying Adam Schonberg during that time period. After the birth of their son Drew, 9, the couple moved to Collier County to be closer to family. Ms. Schonberg is an account executive at Florida Weekly.My family sustains me, said Ms. Hadinger. Her business philosophy centers on the concept of service. I believe that we should do what we can to serve our customers and make their experience a good one, she said. We also try to show our employees how much we appreciate them. Being a family-run business, we place a great emphasis on the family atmosphere. We also appreciate our community and like to give back. Hadinger Flooring demonstrates its support for schools in Collier and Lee counties by donating more than 100 rugs each year to teachers for use in their classrooms. The company holds an annual charity golf tournament and donates the proceeds to a different organization each year, and also donates rugs for silent auctions that benefit charitable causes. Going forward, I think were going to step it up a little bit and do a more organized effort to support one local charity every year, Ms. Hadinger said. The concept of service also guides her personal life, which includes coaching Odyssey of the Mind teams at Seagate Elementary School, where Drew is a student. And she is working to start a local chapter of the international nonprofit Childrens International Summer Villages. CISV promotes cross-cultural understanding among youths and adults through educational programs, with the goal of encouraging respect for cultural differences. Its a fantastic organization, she said, adding, I participated when I was 11, and I would like my child and other children in the area to have the same opportunity. nInterview with Susan HadingerBusiness mentor: I have many mentors, but the biggest are my parents and our CEO, Ed Keller. My parents have done a great job of building a fantastic business, and Ed has been very generous in sharing his extensive flooring knowledge with me. First job: I was a summer camp counselor. Two things you look for when hiring: Reliability and a good attitude are two things we emphasize. You can train for job duties, but you cant train attitude. Any job openings? We are currently looking for an administrative assistant and a rug handler. HADINGERFrom page 22 tions; and business consultant Joseph Binder, the owner of a software services company and a publishing group and a senior sales and marketing executive in the computer industry. Registration is $50 and includes breakfast and lunch. And from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23, at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce headquarters at 2390 Tamiami Trail N., SCORE presents Lets Take the Mystery Out of Social Media. Attendees will learn how to build their presence using the fivemot popular social media networks for business. Discussion topics will include the benefits of each network and how to determine which one is best for your business needs, content requirements (how much, how often) and how to measure the effectiveness of your efforts. Presenter Barbara Langdon, the owner of Marketing Momentum LLC, has been helping small companies use email and social media marketing to grow sales and profits, not least by increasing customer retention and referrals. Ms. Langdon worked for Constant Contact on extending its reach by creating the Authorized Local Experts program, now a key component of Constant Contacts local success strategy. Registration is $25. To sign up for one or more of the above events, all SCORE at 430-0081 or go to www.scorenaples.org. For more information about SCORE services and programs, call Frank Friend at 206-0058 or send an email to frank.friend@scorevolunteer. org. SCOREFrom page 22 NOTHING IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN PEACE OF MIND Moorings Park is a nationally accredited, non-prot, Medicare certied community and the only A+ S&P and Fitch rated continuing care retirement community in the country.120 Moorings Park Drive, Naples, Florida 34105 239.643.9111 I www.MooringsPark.org Please Join Us and Sample SIMPLY THE BESTLong-recognized for our commitment to helping residents and members live longer, healthier, happier lives, we invite you for a personal tour of Moorings Park. Learn how to begin planning for your future and live the life you love in a community dedicated to the art of successful aging. Learn about prioritized access to our residences Experience our all-inclusive lifestyle from luxury living to on-site healthcare See a sneak peek of our campus enhancements now underway Tour Trio Restaurant, Bower Chapel & The Center for Healthy Living Please call us today at 239.643.9111 for your personal tour. 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A24 BUSINESS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY MONEY & INVESTINGGeopolitics, Trumps economic plans could affect the price of goldThis has been an exciting year for investing in almost all asset classes and securities except one gold. In fact, the price of the precious metal has been downright boring for the last eight months. In January, gold was trading at around $1,200 per ounce and then rose to $1,300. In the next few months, it fell back down to $1,200. Then it rose to $1,300. Then it dropped to $1,200. Now it is increasing back to $1,300. Why has gold vacillated in such a tight range? Will it ever break out? In the past year, the bullish and bearish forces affecting gold prices have been roughly in balance. On the bearish side, the economy has been fairly robust. Jobs are being created and GDP has been positive. This would typically depress gold prices, as investors have other areas to gain a higher return than in gold. Counter to this, inflation has been almost non-existent in the U.S. Consumer goods and wage inflation have not risen as one would expect in a strong economic period of growth. Low inflation is generally positive for gold prices. Investors that hold the commodity wont lose ground as prices rise, given that gold does not produce interest or dividend income. An equally bullish and bearish factor on gold recently has news from Washington, D.C. The chaotic Trump presidency has been bullish in that analysts are worried that important economic drivers like tax reform and infrastructure spending will be sidelined, and the economy will suffer as a result. In addition, worry over an impasse on the debt ceiling has made the safe haven of gold more popular and the dollar weaker. On the bearish side, the Fed has been promising to slowly sell off its massive bond portfolio in recent months. This should push interest rates higher, depressing gold prices as the opportunity costs of holding gold versus fixed income investments rise. Given these opposing forces, it should be no surprise that gold has not been able to gain traction in any direction for any extended length of time. But there are some wild cards that may tilt the balance in the near future. First, there are geopolitical risks that are becoming more pronounced such as possible military action in North Korea or problems in the Middle East. Should any of these worrisome factors come to reality, gold will certainly rise as investors look to a safe haven for their funds. In contrast, if the Trump administration were to pass tax reforms or an infrastructure plan, that would put downward pressure on precious metal prices. Similarly, if the Fed actively starts to unwind its balance sheet or raise rates more aggressively than analysts predict because of a strong economy or higher inflation numbers, that would also depress gold prices. A final force that may tip the scales of gold prices may be physical demand for precious metals. Right now, the demand for gold is low in places like India and China. If their economies impr ove, that can turn around quickly. I would expect gold and other precious metals to maintain their tight trading range for the time being. But given the unpredictability of Washington politics and geopolitical events, it may only be a matter of time before gold takes us for a wild ride once again. Eric Bretan, the co-owner of Ricks Estate & Jewelry Buyers in Punta Gorda, was a senior derivatives marketer and investment banker for more than 15 years at several global banks. ericBRETANestaterick@gmail.com ON THE MOVESara Rose Bytnar of Naples was named winner in the womens division of the 30th annual International Auctioneer Championship sponsored by the Mens and Womens National Auctioneers Association. The competition was held recently in Columbus, Ohio. Ms. Bytnar finished second last year to her mother, Beth Rose. She began competing in IAC in 2012 and won the Florida bid-calling championship in 2015. Executive Chef Richard Crisanti of Shadow Wood Country Club received a Presidents Medallion at the recent American Culinary Federation National Convention and Show in Orlando. Medallions are awarded to members who exemplify culinary excellence and leadership and who have contributed their knowledge, skills and expertise to the advancement of the profession. Among the 29 who were recognized this year, Mr. Crisanti was the only chef from Southwest Florida to receive the honor. A longtime supporter of culinary students, he hosts interns each year in the Shadow Wood kitchen and promotes continuing education and certification within his culinary team. An ACF member since 1992, he has served as a board member of the ACF Caxambas Chapter of Southwest Florida and was awarded Chef of the Year in 2013 and 2014. He is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, R.I. Jaime Weisinger of Lipman Family Farms has been appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to the governing board of the South Florida Water Management District. Mr. Weisinger will represent district seven which includes Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry, Highlands, Glades, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola and Polk counties with a focus on the Southwest Florida area. The director of community and government relations for Lipman, he earned a bachelors degree from Boston University. Christine Manson has been promoted to chief student success officer at Hodges University. Ms. Manson joined Hodges in August 2015 as director of the Dr. Peter Thomas Veterans Services Center. She earned a bachelors degree in business management from Hodges and a masters degree in global studies from Liberty University. She enlisted in the United States Air Force Reserve in 2002 and was a munitions systems craftsman before earning a commission in 2012. As a captain, she currently serves as a maintenance officer assigned to the 920th Maintenance Group at Patrick Air Force Base in Brevard County. In her new role at Hodges, Ms. Manson continues to oversee the veterans services center as well as career services and the Office of Counseling and Disability Support Services. Tracey Lanham has been promoted to associate dean of the Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University. She earned her associate, bachelors and masters degrees in computer information technology from the university and previously served as program chair for computer information technology. Campagna Hospitality Group, owners of The French, Osteria Tulia and Bar Tulia, announced the following management promotions: Jason Zadorski has been named general manager of The French restaurant. He previously was general manager of Osteria Tulia and Bar Tulia. Frank Pullara has been promoted to executive chef of all three establishments. Anna Betulia, restaurant manager at Osteria Tulia and Bar Tulia, has added special events director for Campagna Hospitality Group to her role with the company. Professional Advancement Cindy Burgess, director of special projects at the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, has graduated from the Institute for Organization Management. IOM is the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Graduation from IOM signifies Ms. Burgess completion of 96 hours of course instruction in nonprofit management. Dave Carpenter of the Collier County Supervisor of Elections office has earned the Master Florida Certified Elections Professional designation from the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections. The MFCEP certification is awarded to those who complete training in legal and managerial foundations, organizational development and management processes and procedures. Safety & Security Shawn Chamberlain has been named by the Lee County Port Authority chief of the Airport Police Department to oversee safety and security of Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field in Fort Myers. Mr. Chamberlain comes to LCPA with more than 19 years of law enforcement experience. Most recently, he served as the deputy chief of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport Police Department, where he started his airport career in 2001 as a detective. He worked in U.S. Customs and Border Protection as a border patrol agent and also served four years in the U.S. Navy. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Airports Law Enforcement Agency Network and Airports Council InternationalNorth America. He attended staff and command school at the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety in Evanston, Ill., and completed a chief executive leadership course at the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville. He has a masters degree in criminal justice leadership/human services from Concordia University and a bachelors degree in law enforcement from Metro State University, both in St. Paul, Minn. Awards & Recognition MANSON CARPENTER LANHAM ZADORSKI PULLARA BETULIA CRISANTI Board Appointments Higher Education Hospitality Professional Advancement Safety & Security

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 BUSINESS A25 I trace my roots back to cider made in 1897 from the fruit of Johnny Appleseeds trees. I soon added apple butter and kept growing my business. Today, (still) based in Ohio, Im a food, beverage and pet-food giant with a market value recently near $13 billion. My brands include Folgers, Jif, Crisco, R.W. Knudsen Family, Hungry Jack, Cafe Bustelo, Martha White, truRoots, Sahale Snacks, Robin Hood, Bicks, Meow Mix, Milk-Bone, Kibbles n Bits, Natural Balance, 9Lives „ and my own name. Fully 93 percent of U.S. households contain at least one of my products. Who am I? THE MOTLEY FOOL To Educate, Amuse & Enrich Ask the Fool Fools School My Dumbest Investment The Motley Fool Take Name That Company Last weeks trivia answer Write to Us! Send questions for Ask the Fool, Dumbest (or Smartest) Investments (up to 100 words), and your Trivia entries to Fool@fool.com or via regular mail c/o Florida Weekly, attn: The Motley Fool. Sorry, we cant provide individual financial advice. Overgrown HedgesMore and more money has been pouring into hedge funds in recent years, with their total assets topping $3.3 trillion globally in 2017. (In contrast, U.S.-based mutual funds hold more than $16 trillion.)Many people imagine that hedge funds are conservative, hedgingŽ their bets when they invest. The truth is, some may be conservative, but plenty of them are quite volatile and risky. And thats just one of their problems.Over many long periods, hedge funds, in aggregate, have underperformed the overall U.S. stock market „ while charging far higher fees. As Ray Dalio, manager of one of the biggest hedge funds, quipped several years ago: There are about 8,000 planes in the air and 100 really good pilots.Ž According to the Financial Times in May 2016, Since the market hit its post-crisis bottom in March 2009, passive, low-cost equity fund investors have thrived while hedge fund returns have underperformed the S&P 500 by 51 percentage points.Ž For the privilege of investing in hedge funds that often underperform the S&P 500 index, which can be invested in easily and very inexpensively, investors pay dearly. The common compensation system for hedge fund managers is referred to as 2 and 20Ž: The managers collect 2 percent of investors assets each year, whether they deliver gains or losses, and they also take 20 percent of any gains. Fortunately, most of us cant invest in hedge funds, even if we wanted to. Like mutual funds, hedge funds pool the money of multiple investors, which is then invested by one or more professional money managers. However, hedge funds are far less regulated, and less disclosure is required of them. Theyre also open only to accredited investorsŽ „ folks earning upward of $200,000 per year ($300,000 for couples), or those worth more than a million dollars. Since hedge fund managers are less restricted, they can take more risks than ordinary investors or mutual fund managers „ and many do, investing aggressively in options and futures, shorting stocks, investing with borrowed money and making currency bets. Learn more from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) at sec. gov/fast-answers/answershedgehtm.html. Sold Too SoonMy dumbest investment was when I bought shares of electric carmaker Tesla for around $17 per share at its initial public offering (IPO) in 2010. I sold them at $37 per share in 2012. I cant complain about the gains, but when I look at how much more the stock has grown, it feels like a dumb investment. It was recently trading at $330 per share! „ G., onlineThe Fool Responds: You did leave a lot of profit on the table, but at least you nearly doubled your money. Its easy to look back with regrets once a stock has soared, but back when you sold your shares, you couldnt have known just how the stock would perform in the future. (Indeed, we often recommend steering clear of IPOs for a year or two, to allow time for any overexcitement to die down and for the company to perform for a while as a public entity. Many IPOs soar at first and then return to Earth.) Many people are bullish on Teslas future right now, due in part to its newly launched lower-priced Model 3 car as well as its battery technology and solar energy systems „ but theres reason to not be fully confident, too. The company has posted operating losses in all of the past 10 years, other carmakers are coming out with competitive electric cars, and its stock is viewed by many as overvalued. Prescription for ProfitsPharmacy benefits management (PBM) company Express Scripts (Nasdaq: ESRX) has seen its shares tumble in recent months due to two major negative pieces of news. First, its expected to lose its relationship with its largest customer, health insurer Anthem, in 2019, knocking out a big chunk of its earnings power. Second, Amazon.com may enter the business of delivering prescription medications. On the plus side, the Anthem dispute may be a distant memory a decade from now. And as the population of older Americans increases, demand for prescription drugs should rise. Express Scripts size enables it to hold down costs better than most PBMs, which should help it grow over the long run. In the meantime, the company is benefiting from an increase in the use of generic drugs and mail orders, and it may be able to further boost its business through cost savings. Express Scripts current risks naturally have investors jittery about the stock. Yet thats exactly why its stock may be a great value at its recent depressed price near $63 per share. With its forwardlooking price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio near 9, much of the pessimism surrounding Express Scripts has already been priced into its stock, and it may very well turn out to be a bargain for todays investors. (The Motley Fool owns shares of Express Scripts.) I trace my roots back to the Executive Leasing Company, launched in St. Louis in 1957 with seven cars. My founder started renting cars in 1962, and in 1969 renamed me in honor of the aircraft carrier he served on in World War II. Today Im a rental giant, with my own flagship brand as well as Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental. I boast more than 7,200 locations in more than 90 countries and a fleet of more than 1.8 million vehicles. I rake in more than $20 billion annually and am privately held. Who am I? (Answer: Enterprise) Mortgage or Stocks?QWhat should I spend some extra monthly money on „ paying down my mortgage faster, or investing it in a stock market index fund? „ T.M., Norwich, ConnecticutAPaying off your mortgage early is often worthwhile, especially if youre nearing retirement, as few people want to be on the hook for mortgage payments in retirement. But whether its smart to prioritize paying off your mortgage depends on some factors, such as interest rates. If your mortgage interest rate is 5 percent, then any extra principal you pay off will save you 5 percent in interest payments „ which is like earning a 5 percent return. If you hope to earn the stock markets long-term average annual return of roughly 10 percent, then thats clearly more compelling than the 5 percent return. Remember, though, that the 5 percent is much more of a sure thing than the 10 percent. This decision is easier when mortgage interest rates are high. ***QWhen a mutual fund holds dividend-paying stocks, where do those dividends go? „ D.D., Columbus, MississippiAThe dividends paid belong to the shareholders, not the fund company. Typically, when you first invest some money in a fund, youll be asked to specify whether you want to receive the dividends as cash payments or have them reinvested in additional shares of the fund. After a fund receives dividends and before it distributes them to shareholders, the dividends value is added to the funds net asset value (NAV). Later, the NAV is reduced to reflect the departure of accumulated dividends. So dont be alarmed if you see a fund suddenly drop in value one day „ it might simply mean that a dividend distribution was made. Want more information about stocks? Send us an email to foolnews@ fool.com. Want more information about stocks? Send us an email to foolnews@fool.com. in d s p t e d o d a r s, ry s, Sa h H o o Mix M n Bits, 9Lives „ n ame. F u U .S. h o u se l east one o f m am I ? d g s h BUSINESS MEETINGS The East Naples Merchants Association welcomes members and others from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10, at GreenLinks Golf Villas Hotel at Lely Resort. $10 for members, $20 for others. RSVP required. Visit www.eastnaplesmerchantsassoc.com. The Above Board Chamber meets at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 14, at the Hilton Naples for lunch and a program about The Seven Deadly Sins of Finance.Ž Timothy Cartwright of Fifth Avenue Advisors will moderate a discussion with panelists including David Kover, president of David M. Kover & Associates, LLC; Linda Lowery, vice president at Encore Bank; Karen Mosteller, consulting partner at Markham, Norton, Mosteller Wright & Company, P.A.; and Giovanni Matita, area manager of Marketplace Home Mortgage, LLC. Meeting sponsors are Mr. Kover and Michelle Graham of Pool Renovations by Siesta Pebble Inc. $25 for members, $30 for others who register by Aug. 8; $30 and $35 afterward. For reservations or more information, call Jeanne Sweeney at 910-7426 or email Jeanne@aboveboardchamber.com. The next Power Networking Lunch sponsored by Comcast Spotlight for the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce takes place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, at Artichoke & Company, 11920 Saradrienne Lane, Bonita Springs. Guest speaker Ron Rothberg, senior digital sales manager for Comcast Spotlight, will discuss TV: A Forecast of Innovation.Ž $35 for members in advance, $40 at the door; $45 for others. To RSVP or for more information, call 992-2943 or visit www. bonitaspringschamber.com/events. The Public Relations Society of America-Gulf Coast Chapter meets at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Hilton Naples. The program, in conjunction with the Naples Daily News, the Naples Press Club and the Association of Fundraising Professionals, will be a panel discussion about social media. Panelists will be Catherine Bergerson, director of communications and marketing for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida; Jigsha Desai, digital director of the NDN; Georgia Beasley, director of TopicPulse Strategic Initiatives; Matt Bernaoldo, director of digital at NBC-2; and John Miller, attorney at law with Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt. $30 for PRSA, AFP and Naples Press Club member, $25 for students, $38 for others. Reservations required by Aug. 18. The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce hosts Connections Expo 2017 from 2-6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. Sponsorships an exhibit spaces are still available. For more information, visit www. napleschamber.org. A Job Search Support Group meets from 9:30-11:30 a.m. every Monday at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. Email Karen Klukiewicz at kluk77@comcast.net or visit www. napleschamber.org. „ Email business meeting announcements to cpierce@floridaweekly.com.

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A26 BUSINESS WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYBut in South Florida, there are those restaurateurs who have made it and have opened multiple eateries spread out in several counties. These are largely the independents, and generations of families in some cases, who have a handful of concepts that are successful on all levels. What made them so? We talked to several who provided insight into their processes. Solid work ethics, business acumen, market foresight, and putting ego aside to learn from the best of the competition are cited. Not withstanding, there was some luck involved, too. Paul PedenSometimes, you have to leave a good thing alone. The Veranda is one of the oldest restaurant in Fort Myers and is owned by Paul Peden, who knows a great restaurant concept; hes operated seven or eight over the years. But the dowager of fine dining is a oneof-a-kind operation. Unique in so many ways, he says. Yet it continues to evolve. Whatever the guest wants it to be, we want to accommodate and change for them. In that regard, it will never be duplicated, he said. At one time or another over 40 years, we had steakhouses, seafood, Italian, Mexican restaurants. We dipped our toe in all kinds of concepts. What we found is its a lot harder to run seven different concepts than two. Hes put his focus on Rib City, a barbecue spot he has turned into a franchise, with 28 of the full-serve cue restaurants in Florida and six other states. Rib City is easily duplicated. You can zero in. You know the operating costs, and if you manage labor costs, you can do comparables between stores, he said. Its the same physical setup, mostly, and the same menu, and same expectations for sales. But even in a same-same restaurant, you have to be passionate about it. You gotta do it. Walk the walk and talk the talk. You have to be a personality that doesnt like confrontation. You have to be prepared for it on a constant basis. He keeps up with the trends in technology that he says are changing the business drastically. We see a huge growth in home delivery and casual fast-service. Panera Bread: you dont deal with a service person You order, get your food and sit down. The end of full-service restaurants wont be soon, but more restaurants will be using this model to eliminate labor costs, he said. A new generation of diners doesnt mind the self-serve or ordering by screen, he says. Millennials want it now. Everybody has a phone or tablet in their hand. Thats how they do business and order everything today. If you want to be part of that market, you have to get in it. Home delivery, and self-service are the models he is going to use for a new concept he hopes to launch in the next six months: Rib City Q. The Q is for quick. Youll order, get your food and sit. No servers so theres faster table turnover. No waiting on beverages, the food, or check, and diners will eat and leave. There will be a delivery component to this one, too, he said, if the neighborhood warrants it and its logical. Its easily duplicated as a franchise, and there are none yet jumping on it. Everyone loves barbecue, he said, and theres a place for it everywhere. As to other concepts, hes not ruling them out, but the focus is on Rib City and Rib City Q. He sums it up: Theres no finish line in the restaurant business. You keep working at it. Richard GonzmartHis name is legend in Floridas restaurant history. With the iconic 112-year-old Columbia Restaurant to claim as a fifthgeneration heritage, Richard Gonzmart could sit on some laurels a long while. Yet the 64-yearold, president of the Columbia Restaurant Group of 13 restaurants, rises in the wee hours of the morning daily, trolling the internet, churning ideas for his next projects. He has seven in the works. Hes a champion of Tampa and its future. Hes a philanthropist and hard worker who supports hard workers. Hes a cancer survivor driven to make each day count. Its a mad ADD drive he admits to that doesnt stop, and its the cornerstone to his restaurants successes. Talking feverishly, he said, The key is to be passionate about the business. You have to be educated, and understand what it takes to run a restaurant, and what the guest expects. As a restaurant owner, you must also reinvent yourself, he said. For the block-long Columbia in Ybor City, the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Florida, that means reinvesting in it to the tune of $25 million. Its the largest Spanish restaurant in the U.S., with 1,700 seats spread out among its 15 dining rooms and courtyard. We put a lot into restoring it. Its a lot of work to maintain, he said. Meanwhile, he continues to fire off new concepts. Two of his latest are bold successes, both with a history factor. Ulele Restaurant and Brewery in Tampa opened three years ago on the Hillsborough River in a building used by the citys Water Works years ago. The brewery is a nod to Mr. Gonzmarts great-grandfathers saloon. A giant round barbacoa grill is the centerpiece of the restaurant, in homage to the Arawak Native Americans who lived here in the 1500s. Gulf Coast oysters and steaks from a single Florida rancher are cooked over its fire. We created something unique. It surpassed my expectations, he said. Then theres Goody Goody. Mr. Gonzmart fondly remembers the famous drive-in that closed in 2005 after an 80-year run. It was a part of Tampas identity, its who we were, he said. It was the citys first drive-in restaurant, and was an informal value meal for many. Serving multigenerations of families, it plays into the memories of longtime residents and visitors alike. The restaurant group revived it in 2016, and opened an outpost in the airport this year. The former owner praised him for taking such good care of the brand. He becomes even more animated talking about the project due next year in Ybor City. Its a Sicilian restaurant, Santo Stefano Quisquina, born out of the heritage recipes from a small Italian village, The (immigrant) families that came to Ybor City, a lot were from Spain and Cuba, but many were from Italy. Sixty percent of those came from one tiny Sicilian village: Santo Stefano di Camastra, he said. The restaurant will capture the essence of the Old World cooking style. Everything has to be made from scratch, just like it was in the old days. We dont need a freezer. All the foods will be fresh, he said. Hes had failures, he said. In the 1950s and s, the Columbia went through some hard times. Cigar factories in Ybor City shut down and people moved away. Troubles with a financial officer led to his firing, and Mr. Gonzmart taking over the management of Mangari, an Italian concept that didnt last, The company failed again in West Palm Beach with a Columbia, though he said he was warned against the fickle market beforehand. We were being courted by the company who ran CityPlace, he said. Parking was but one issue. After a year that saw struggles, a new landlord didnt want to have an independent restaurant owner in the huge space along Okeechobee Boulevard. Well negotiate out of it, he told the landlord. A national chain was brought in. It soon went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, he said. The Lord watched out for me. His says Never, never give up. Theres always a solution. In this business, he said, You have to trust your instincts. When I havent followed up, I regretted it. If I didnt do it, I regret it. Dennis MaxThe man who brought the exploding California food movement to Florida in the 1980s, a concept now labeled as farmto-table, is still at it. Im 72 and I feel like 45, says Dennis Max. After opening 41 or so restaurants in a variety of concepts he says hes lost count Mr. Max is still coming up with fresh ideas, while capitalizing on long-ago successes. The Boca Raton-based restaurateur started his professional restaurant career in the 1970s as manager in an up-and-coming chain of railroad-themed steakhouses, Victoria Station. They were going to grow rapidly, he said, and he wanted in on that ground floor. As a regional manager, he moved to South Florida to open some of their restaurants here. Along the way, he made friends with a coworker, Burt Rapoport, who would become his partner in several restaurants, including his first, a casual Mexican in Fort Lauderdale called Carlos & Pepes Cantina. In the beginning, he says, I kind of just wanted to do one restaurant. But I was always groomed to do this many. Not long after came his foray into fine dining, with Caf Max in Pompano Beach. Its strip mall placement was a terrible location, he said. But the unique California-style, farmfresh menu, plus a wine list gleaned from domestic vineyards hot at the time drew modern diners from as far away as Miami. The power of the concept was so strong, people came anyway. We were the first ones in the Southeast (U.S.) to do it, he said. Nobody down here was doing anything like it. Guests urged him to open in Miami, and he opened Maxs Place in Sunny Isles, another success. His star chef, Mark Militello, would go on to become a restaurateur in his own right. Different concepts followed, always ahead of the dining curve. The Dennis Max name became gold in the business. His Italian concepts Prezzo, opened with Mr. Rapoport, having the first woodburning oven around, and Maxaluna in Boca Raton were wildly successful. Prezzo will have a rebirth this fall in Park Plaza in Boca Raton with customer anticipation already high from its fans of the past. Not all his ideas were hits, however. Maxs Grille, a spot that has been a lunch staple since it opened in Boca Ratons Mizner Park more than 25 years ago, was tried in Orlandos Celebration, but never achieved the success of Bocas. Others, like Maxs Waters Edge in Manalapan, and Maxs Coffee Shop and The Mexican in Boca Raton, and the recently sh utter ed Social House in Delray, a cocktail-forward concept, didnt find audiences in their respective markets. The Social House was, he says, a labor of love. He was surprised it didnt make it. I thought it was a really good job. Sometimes you make good moves. The market it wasnt what they wanted. His eye is on fresh foods in a casual, quick-serve setting now. Diners today are busy and on the run. But young people expect fresh foods. Youve got Whole Foods Market and Amazon now delivering fresh food to their homes. He cites Bolay, the quick-fresh concept begun by Outback founder Tim Gannon with his son, Chris, as the new menus in his next iteration. Theres room in that area for his own concept that can be multiple units, he believes. Already successful with Maxs Harvest, a farm-to-table restaurant in Delrays Pineapple Gr ove, he knows the food will work with todays diners. The challenge is finding the right markets for them and getting the right team in place. The secret to success is reading the audience, he says. The smartest thing, though, is to always have really good people. SUCCESSFrom page 22 MAX PEDEN GONZMART COURTESY PHOTOMaxs Harvest focuses on farm-to-table fare.COURTESY PHOTOSThe Veranda is in downtown Fort Myers.

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Naples TOP 1 % Our Experience Counts. Our Expertise Sells. luxeexclusivelyFrom Port Royal to Bonita Beach, The Bua Bell Group serves the Luxury Market. Were Local, Were Global! BuaBellSellsNaples.com | BuaBellGroup@JohnRWood.com Emily K. Bua 239.659.6115 or Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Aqualane Shores $4.199 M 940 17th Ave S Bellezza at Mediterra $1.675 M 14898 Bellezza Lane REAL ESTATE NEWSMAKERSSusan Gutknecht has been promoted to senior escrow officer to handle residential and commercial accounts at Access Title Agency. Ms. Gutknechts career encompasses 25 years in the banking and mortgage fields as a loan officer, compliance officer, branch manager and loan servicer. She has been in the title industry since 2000 and joined Access Title Agency in 2012. The company provides title, escrow and closing services in Michigan and Florida. Jeff Kelley has joined Harwick Homes as a project manager. Mr. Kelley began his career in the building industry in 1983 in Indianapolis, Ind., and relocated to Naples in 2002. For the past 10 years he owned and operated a pool cleaning business. In his new position, he is responsible for client walkthroughs, scope of work development, proposals, bids and budgets. A U.S. Navy veteran originally from Ohio, he worked on the flight deck on the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy as an aviation boatswains mate. Eric Repphun has joined Harwick Homes as a project manager. Mr. Repphuns 19 years of professional construction experience includes 12 years in Kansas City, Kan., as a custom homebuilder. He earned a bachelors degree in science with a major in construction management from Bowling Green State University. In his new position, he will be responsible for preconstruction project set-up, contract documents, scope review, bidding, design review and permitting as well as supervising sub-contractors and vendors. His WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 | B1WWW.FLORIDAWEEKLY.COM NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYCOASTAL REAL ESTATE GUIDE ENJOY CAPTIVATING WATER VIEWS FROM THIS CUSTOM home in Aqualane Shores with five bedrooms, 5 baths plus study, library, bonus room and a threecar garage. Solid mahogany front doors open to the foyer and two-story living room boasting marble fireplace, 22-foot tray ceilings and floorto-ceiling windows. The formal dining room has adjacent wine storage and a wet bar, and the gourmet kitchen has a breakfast bar, island and butlers pantry. Details include Siberian white oak flooring throughout the main floor, custom built-ins and intricate trim work. The waterfront outdoor living area has covered seating, an infinity-edge pool and spillover spa. The gulfaccess property has a 66-foot dock and a second dock with lift. Robin Pfister Griffin of John R. Wood Properties has the listing for $4,995,000. To arrange a showing or for more information, call 494-8222 or send an email to rpgnaples@aol.com. House Hunting700 21st Ave. S., Aqualane Shores ,q COURTESY PHOTOSSEE NEWSMAKERS, B5 GUTKNECHT KELLEY REPPHUN

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 REAL ESTATE B3 1461 Anhinga Pointe LISTED AT $3,895,000 489 1st Ave South LISTED AT $4,175,000 DANTE.DISABATO@RAVEIS.COM | CELL 239.537.5351 | @DANTEDISABATO 720 5TH AVE | NAPLES | FL 34102 | OFFICE 239.231.3380 DANTE DISABATOBROKER ASSOCIATE The Florida CCIM Chapter Southwest District holds its next marketing meeting from 4:45-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24, at the Holiday Inn Airport, 9931 Interstate Commerce Drive in Fort Myers. Guest speaker Clifford Mitchem of Clean Renewable Energy Worldwide will discuss several projects underway in Southwest Florida whereby commercial buildings are being fitted with solar power generating systems. Mr. Mitchem will discuss options for residential and commercial property owners on using solar energy. Mr. Mitchem is a leader of the Southwest Florida Solar Initiative to install 1,000 rooftop installations for each of the 10-city region of Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples, Lehigh Acres, Bonita Springs, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Venice, Fort Myers Beach and Estero. His company connects homeowners and businesses nationwide to installers and financing options for installing rooftop solar systems. Join area commercial real estate brokers, developers, bankers, builders, investors and commercial real estate service providers and get the latest information on the Southwest Florida commercial real estate market. Attendees can present property haves and wants and closed deals. A marketing table is available for CCIM members to present property listings. Admission is $10 for members, $20 for others ($5 for FGCU students). Hors doeuvres are included with admission; a cash bar is available. For more information, call Gerald Hendry at 337-0555 or email geraldh@mhsappraisal.com. CCIM Institute is a professional organization for the commercial real estate industry whose members close $200 billion annually in commercial real estate deals. Members are eligible to earn the Certified Commercial Investment Manager designation. The Florida CCIM Chapter Southwest District provides marketing and networking opportunities as well as educational programs for members in Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Glades and Hendry counties. CCIM program shines light on solar energy in commercial properties

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B4 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYNaples Square Phase III purchase agreements now at nearly $32 millionPhase III purchase agreements worth nearly $32 million have been processed at The Ronto Groups Naples Square community at 5th Avenue South and Goodlette-Frank Road in downtown Naples. Construction of the Phase III building is expected to start in 4th quarter of this year. Two residences in the completed Phase II building remain available and feature Rontos Franklin and Denison floor plans. Priced at $1,425,422, the two-story, three-bedroom, three-and-ahalf bath Franklin residence showcases upgraded features and finishes and offers 3,378 square feet, including 2,857 square feet under air, a 196-square foot private balcony, and a private oversized onecar garage accessed from the residence. The three-bedroom plus den, three bath Denison residence is priced at $1,088,921 and features 2,554 square feet, including 2,264 square feet under air and a 290 square feet balcony. Three previously sold Phase II furnished models remain open for viewing with a sales associate. Naples Squares walkable lifestyle and one and two-story, two and three-bedroom plus den floor plans with openconcept living areas and open-air terraces continue to transform how people live downtown. Ronto has announced plans for the Shoppes at Naples Square, a retail and restaurant space on the eastern edge of the Naples Square site. Ronto anticipates retail openings in 2019. Gulfshore Playhouse will finalize its purchase of a three-acre tract within Naples Square this month and is developing plans for a 56,000 square feet theater and education complex. The complex will serve as an ideal anchor for the Shoppes at Naples Square. Eight Phase III one and twostory floor plans from 1,460 to 3,238 square feet under air are base-priced from $695,000 to $1,550,000. The two and threebedroom plus den plans feature 10 ceilings, open-air terraces, and designer kitchens with enhanced appliance packages. One of the plans is sold out. Base-priced at $695,000, the Phase III Astoria residences offer 1,460 square feet under air plus a 260 square feet balcony. The plan includes two bedrooms and two full baths. The great room and the owners bedroom open to the balcony. The kitchens island and food preparation area includes a double stainlesssteel sink, dishwasher and seating. The plans open feeling continues with a dining area that merges with the great room. The two-bedroom plus den, two-bath Phase III Barton plan is base-priced at $795,000 and offers 1,593 square feet plus a 220 square feet balcony. The great room, owners bedroom, and guest bedroom open to the balcony. An optional pocketing door can provide ensuite guest quarters. A counter-height island in the kitchen offers seating and a stainless-steel sink, dishwasher and food preparation area. Base-priced at $845,000, the 1,698 square feet Biltmore plan also includes a 242 square feet balcony. The two-bedroom plus den, great room plan features a counter-height island kitchen with a stainless-steel sink, dishwasher and food preparation area. The great room, owners bedroom, and guest bedroom open to the balcony. The Phase III Chatham two-bedroom plus den, two-and-a-half bath plan is base-priced at $895,000 and includes 1,883 square feet plus a 260 square feet balcony. The great room, owners bedroom, and guest bedroom open to the balcony. The plan features a kitchen with a counter height bar and food preparation area with a double sink and dishwasher. The owners bath offers a glass-enclosed shower and tub and his and her vanities. With its private, one-car garage and a walk-out balcony that adjoins the homes ground floor entry, the Phase III Dorset plan lives like a townhome. The garage is accessible from the residence. Basepriced at $1,150,000, the Dorset features 2,274 square feet with three bedrooms, a den, three baths, a great room and dining room, and a kitchen that includes a counter height island. The great room and dining room open to a 269 square feet balcony. The owners suite includes a bath with a soaking tub and a glassenclosed shower. The Phase III Dover plan offers 2,397 square feet plus a 314 square feet balcony. Base-priced at $1,150,000, the plan features three bedrooms, a den, three baths, a family room and dining room, an island kitchen, and an L-shaped balcony that wraps the corner of the building. The great room, dining room, and one of the guest bedrooms open to the balcony. The owners suite includes a bedroom with a private balcony and a bath with a soaking tub and a glass-enclosed shower. Already sold out, the Phase III Emerson plan provides 2,746 square feet under air. The living room, dining room, owners bedroom, and one of the two guest bedrooms open to a 366 square feet balcony. Base-priced at $1,495,000, the plan includes a den, an island kitchen with counter height bar seating, threeand-a-half baths, and a laundry room. The owners suite includes a bath with his and her vanities, a soaking tub, and a glass-enclosed shower. The two-story Phase III Fenwick plan offers 3,238 square feet with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, formal living and dining rooms, an island kitchen, powder room, first floor guest suite, and a second floor that includes a flex room, an owners suite, a second guest suite, and a laundry room. An optional elevator is available. Base-priced at $1,550,000, the Fenwick plan includes a 323 square feet balcony off the flex room. A glass-enclosed shower, soaking tub, and his and her vanities are included in the owners bath. The first floor Fenwick residences include a private onecar garage accessible from the residence. The Naples Square Sales Gallery at 100 South Goodlette-Frank Road in downtown Naples is open daily. Visit NaplesSquare.com. Above: Base-priced at $695,000, the thoughtfully designed Phase III Astoria great room plan at Naples Square offers 1,460 square feet of living space. Left: Base-priced at $1,150,000, the Phase III Dover floor plan at Naples Square features three bedrooms, a den, three baths, a great room and dining room, an island kitchen, and an L-shaped balcony that wraps around the corner of the building. Below: Modeled after the 2,934 square feet under air Phase I Franklin floor plan, the two-story Phase III Fenwick plan at Naples Square offers 3,238 square feet under air, a 10% increase in air conditioned space. Phase III purchase agreements are being accepted.ADVERTORIAL ccepted. h e s r A b III f e e D o t h a n bu Ph Na i n ac ac s Square,

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WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 B5 239.784.2841 | Sold@ThinkNaples.com www. ThinkNaples.com | www. ThinkPelicanBay.com | www. ThinkGreyOaks.com 1. PARK SHORE | 4401 Gulf Shore Blvd N 1002 | 3BR/3BA | $2,199,000 2. GREY OAKS | 2088 Rivoli Court | 3BR+Den/3.5BA | $1,795,000 3. QUAIL CREEK ESTATES | 4302 Snowberry Lane | 4BR/4BA+2Half | $1,595,000 4. CEDAR HAMMOCK | 3625 Cedar Hammock Ct | 4BR/4BA | $775,000 5. RIVERSTONE | 3939 Torrens Court | 3BR+Den/3.5BA | $715,000 6. WIGGINS BAY | 320 Horse Creek Drive 203 | 2BR/2BA | $375,000 7. AUTUMN WOODS | 7130 Blue Juniper Court 201 | 3BR/2BA | $349,900 1 2 4 6 3 5 7 construction management services also include client communications, project reviews and project closeout. Mark Smith, president of Harwick Homes, has announced the companys plans for a 12,750-squarefoot estate home to be built on the last remaining lot in the Il Cosini neighborhood of Mediterra in North Naples. Architectural design will be by Visionary Residential Design, interior design will be by Sherri DuPont of Collins & DuPont Interior Design and landscape design will be by Scott Wyndham. Completion is anticipated in the fall of 2018. Frey & Son Homes is on target to complete a spec house in Bonita Springs this coming fall. The Serrano model is underway at 27144 Serrano Way, just off West Terry Street in the gated community of Serrano. The three-bedroom, three-bath home will have 2,271 square feet of living space as well as a three-car garage, a pool and boat access. The house is priced at $549,900. Michael Mahan has joined Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Property Southwest Florida, LLC, as director of retail. Mr. Mahan relocated to Southwest Florida from Atlanta, where he worked as a senior transaction specialist for Georgia State Properties Commission, overseeing commercial real estate activities for the state as well as negotiating and renegotiating more than 1,500 statewide real estate contracts and 300-plus individual contracts per year. His 15 years of real estate experience goes back to Charlotte, N.C., where he founded and managed Red Oak Commercial. A graduate of Ball State University, he served in the 3/505th 82nd Airborne Infantry of the U.S. Army. Alliant Property Management, LLC, has opened an office at The Strand Executive Park in North Naples. The new office, which includes managers and administrators, is the companys second location. The announcement was made by Millie Strohm, president and CEO of the company that represents more than 150 community associations and more than 28,000 residential units and employs more than 90 people in Southwest Florida. Lane Boy has joined Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Property Southwest Florida, LLC, as director of real estate. Mr. Boy recently returned to Southwest Florida after several decades in Australia, where he was the CEO of two real estate-related businesses for 20 years, a direct investor in Southwest Florida real estate and the founder of a company that published one of Australias highest selling real estate magazines. He is a graduate of University of Queensland in Australia and Duke University. Mercedes Sifontes has been named leasing agent for Milano Lakes, an FL Star Development apartment community under construction off Collier Boulevard at The Lords Way in south Naples. The community will have 296 apartment homes in eight buildings. Ms. Sifontes previously worked as a leasing consultant for Pinnacle Property Management, as a sales associate with Trustar Salon Services and as a concierge with the Lee NEWSMAKERSFrom page 1SEE NEWSMAKERS, B8 SMITH

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YOUR LOCALLY OWNED PARTNER WITH A GLOBAL REACH THE MOORINGS3020 Crayton Road Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 Web ID 217023654 $3,495,000THE MOORINGSCloisters #303 Ryan Nordyke 239.776.9390 Web ID 217021875 $1,450,000THE MOORINGSCarriage Club #61 Beth McNichols 239.821.3304 Web ID 217049629 $745,0001 2 3 FEATURED LISTINGS 2 3 7 11 Galleon Drive Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 Web ID 217011766 $10,900,000 3 156 Crayton Road Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 Web ID 217023649 $3,495,000 Orchid Place #2 Ruth Trettis 239.571.6760 Web ID 217007242 $3,295,000 Monaco Beach Club #B-303 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 Web ID GUAL060117IHE $2,295,000 Breakwater #4-102 V ickie Larscheid 239.250.5041 Web ID 217015208 $690,000 PORT ROYAL THE MOORINGS OLD NAPLES PARK SHORE PELICAN BAY3575 Gordon Drive William Callahan 239.272.5756 Web ID 217010685 $7,995,000 Lions Gate #101 Patrick/Phyllis ODonnell 239.250.3360 Web ID TURN053117IHE $1,795,000 505 on Fifth #301 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 Web ID W301062917IHE $2,895,000 Surfsedge #1407 Gordie Lazich/Mark Maran 239.777.2033 Web ID MALM053017IHE $1,095,000 Toscana #1203 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239.289.0433 Web ID 216063773 $2,150,000 PORT ROYAL THE MOORINGS OLD NAPLES PARK SHORE BAY COLONY4223 Cutlass Lane Lisa Tashjian 239.259.7024 Web ID 217008691 $7,795,000 Executive Club #213 James Bates 239.961.3973 Web ID 216073977 $595,000 Pergola Villas #1 Heather Hobrock 239.370.3944 Web ID BULL073117IHE $1,995,000 Colonade #602 Gordie Lazich/Mark Maran 239.777.2033 Web ID GERM053117IHE $795,000 Marquesa #601 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 Web ID EISE071316IHE $1,850,000 PORT ROYAL THE MOORINGS OLD NAPLES PARK SHORE BAY COLONY2030 Gordon Drive Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 Web ID 216065282 $2,995,000 Surfside Club #315 Cynthia Rosa 239.287.6015 Web ID 217026379 $425,000 Town Manor #304 Debbi/Marty McDermott 239.564.4231 Web ID 217031824 $569,000 Marbella #203 Frank Duggan 239.734.0397 Web ID 217018176 $1,399,000 Osprey Pointe #201 Terri Moellers 239.213.7344 Web ID 217006413 $729,000 PORT ROYAL COQUINA SANDS OLD NAPLES PELICAN BAY PELICAN MARSH320 Springline Drive Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 Web ID WIKE062317IHE $5,250,000 629 Gulf Shore Boulevard North James Bates 239.961.3973 Web ID STRA080117IHE $6,995,000 Enclave #9 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.216.1973 Web ID BRIN053117IHE $5,950,000 Villa Coronado #2-2L Lisa Tashjian 239.259.7024 Web ID 217036313 $1,100,000 Ravenna #102 Patrick OConnor 239.293.9411 Web ID 217024798 $390,000 THE MOORINGS OLD NAPLES PARK SHORE PELICAN BAY PELICAN MARSH PREMIERSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM 1

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#35on the REAL Trends 500 by sales volume, 2017NATIONALLY RANKEDSothebys 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. Property information herein is derived from various sources including, but not limited to, county records and multiple listing services, and may include approximations. Al l information is deemed accurate and neither suggests nor infers that Premier Sothebys International Realty participated as either the listing or cooperating agent or broker in the sale or purchase of the properties depicted. *Real Trends 500, 2017 to p U.S. residential sellers by volume. Bay Harbor by Fred Wagner used with permission. MORE THAN 21,000 ASSOCIATES | APPROXIMATELY 900 OFFICES WORLDWIDE MORE THAN 68 COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES GLOBALLY | OVER 40 PREMIER SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY LOCATIONS Bay Harbor Fred WagnerFIFTH AVENUE | 239.434.8770CENTRAL NAPLES | 239.659.0099MERCATO SALES CENTER | 239.594.9400BONITA SPRINGS | 239.948.4000MARCO ISLAND | 239.642.2222VANDERBILT | 239.594.9494THE VILLAGE | 239.261.6161SANIBEL | 239.472.2735CAPTIVA | 239.395.5847GREY OAKS ESTUARY | 239.262.5557BROAD AVENUE | 239.434.2424MYSTIQUE AT PELICAN BAY | 239.598.9900 1286 Waggle Way Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.216.1973 Web ID 217009397 $6,450,000 294 15th Street NW Christian Cazares 239.963.7873 Web ID 217049108 $699,900 2594 Lermitage Lane Sonya Shaheen 239.877.2797 Web ID 217023014 $1,185,000 Bequia #603 Carol Sheehy 239.340.9300 Web ID 216024293 $599,000 Varenna #204 ML Meade 239.293.4851 Web ID 216078470 $399,000 941 Caxambas Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 Web ID 217010680 $1,950,000 The Residences #2210 Melanie Denson 239.989.7758 Web ID 217033247 $203,000 ESTATES AT BAY COLONY GOLDEN GATE ESTATES GREY OAKS COVE TOWERS FIDDLERS CREEK MARCO ISLAND COCONUT POINTNaples Square #117 Tom Gasbarro 239.404.4883 Web ID 217035698 $1,950,000 2274 River Reach Drive Debbi/Marty McDermott 239.564.4231 Web ID 217048227 $399,900 4493 Wayside Drive Ruth Bethem 239.777.7007 Web ID 217004723 $2,675,000 14513 Indigo Lakes Circle Melinda Gunther 239.297.2155 Web ID 217047999 $595,000 Cascada #101 Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 Web ID 217033884 $399,000 616 Dorando Court Cullen Shaughnessy 239.248.3978 Web ID 217049695 $1,324,000 Horizons #502 Werner Schroeder 239.776.8956 Web ID 217050000 $1,595,000 NAPLES SQUARE RIVER REACH QUAIL WEST INDIGO LAKES FIDDLERS CREEK MARCO ISLAND BONITA BAY523 Terracina Way Laurie Zanelli 239.675.9777 Web ID 217039692 $1,650,000 LErmitage #B-28 Erik David Barber 323.513.6391 Web ID 217020666 $3,600,000 The Strada #5416 Dave/Ann Renner 239.784.5552 Web ID 217045083 $1,495,000 Coach Homes #201 Bernie/Joe Garabed 239.571.2466 Web ID 217036196 $390,000 Varenna #104 Larry Caruso 239.394.9191 Web ID 217047480 $354,900 Royal Marco Point #557 Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 Web ID 216068950 $985,000 11523 Andy Rosse Lane Burns Family 239.464.2984 Web ID 216067960 $2,599,000 VINEYARDS GREY OAKS MERCATO HERITAGE BAY FIDDLERS CREEK MARCO ISLAND FA LANES BAYVIEW 9058 Shenendoah Circle Erik David Barber 323.513.6391 Web ID 216057409 $1,099,999 1505 Marsh Wren Lane Sam Heitman 239.537.2018 Web ID 216020655 $1,995,000 3035 Mona Lisa Boulevard Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 239.287.7921 Web ID 216066464 $1,199,900 Regatta #901 Dave Urness 239.273.0971 Web ID 217050357 $895,000 Altessa #102 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 Web ID 217049601 $439,000 Royal Marco Point #614 Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 Web ID 217026383 $798,500 Bandy Beach #A101 Burns Family 239.464.2984 Web ID 217050273 $1,399,000 LELY RESORT GREY OAKS OLDE CYPRESS VANDERBILT BEACH VASARI COUNTRY CLUB MARCO ISLAND SANIBEL6426 Vivaldi Court Craig Jones 239.825.6857 Web ID 217026062 $955,000 Traditions #202 Sheila Lytle 239.293.5040 Web ID 217029476 $1,250,000 7464 Treeline Drive Andy DJamoos 239.293.1673 Web ID 217038734 $990,000 790 Reef Point Circle Jon Peter Vollmer 239.250.9414 Web ID 217038364 $569,000 27616 Lime Street Jackie Spahl 239.738.8504 Web ID 216074119 $299,000 748 North Bareld Drive Vince Colace 239.260.3333 Web ID 217048718 $489,700 11232 Lithgow Lane Melanie Denson 239.989.7758 Web ID 216059693 $585,000 LELY RESORT GREY OAKS OLDE CYPRESS BEACHWALK BONITA PARK MARCO ISLAND THE PLANTATION PREMIERSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM

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Broker participation is welcome. Prices, plans, specifications and community design are subject to change. Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct information regarding Babcock Ranch, interested parties should refer to written materials provided by the developer, legislative acts related to Babcock Ranch and the covenants and restrictions of the Babcock Ranch Residential Association, Inc. The information provided above is not intended to be an offering and should be considered as informational only. A better lifeBABCOCKRANCH.COM 888-979-7220Life is better when you get out of the car and walk. Or bik e. Or kayak. So we designed not just a town, but an entirely new kind of town. One that enables you to do just that. Walk to school and to work. Bike to the store or to wilderness. Engage with your neighbors, your en vironment and yourself. Enjoy luxurious amenities at an unluxurious price. Y ouve always known a better life was out there. Now you know exactly where to nd it.LIFE WASNT MEANT TO BE EXPERIENCED THROUGH YOUR DRIVERS SIDE WINDOW. B8 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Richard DrosteSales Associate239.572.5117richard.droste@sothebysrealty.comJacki Strategos, P.A. Sales Associate, GRI, CREN 239.370.1222jacki.strategos@sothebysrealty.com premiersothebysrealty.comSothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each oce is independently owned and operated. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION Dela Park 204$545,000Dramatic exposure of Caxambas Pass & the Gulf. 2 BR/2 BA, large master suite. Numerous amenities to pass the time. Located at desired southend & near beach entrance. Oered furnished. NEW LISTINGVerandas at Tiger Cove$199,000 RED HOT DEAL in beautiful Lely Resort. 3 BR/2 BA, 2nd oor corner unit. Over 1,500 s.f. Private lanai with peaceful view of wooded area & distant golf course. Low fees, no mandatory fees. DIRECT ACCESS WATERWAY1830 Menorca Ct.$798,000 Drive up to this home with beautiful curb appeal. Step in and immediately notice the extensive windows/sliders to brighten this home with natural light. High ceilings, very large rooms. 3 BR/2 BA. SUPERB LOCATION FOR LESS212 Deerwood (Glen Eagles)$174,900 Lovely area, charming community in Naples. 2 BR/2 BA, ready to move right in. Eat-in kitchen, split oor plan. Nice view from lanai. Storm shutters, oered furnished. Carport available for purchase.County Port Authority. She studied nursing at Southern Technical College and emergency medical services at Florida Southwest University. London Bay Homes has introduced a new custom floor plan in its Naples Collection of luxury homes. The Watlington is under construction 41 Fifth St. S. in Old Naples.With 4,182 air-conditioned square feet of living space, the two-story design has a spacious great room and open-concept kitchen with a butlers pantry. A formal dining room, the master suite and a den are also on the main level. The second floor boasts a bonus room and balcony and three en suite bedrooms. The covered outdoor living area has expansive sitting and dining space along with a kitchen, fireplace and nearby pool half-bath. The custom pool is steps away. Scheduled for completion at the end of 2017, the custom Watlington estate will be fully furnished by Romanza Interior Design and is priced at $4,685,000. London Bays Chelston model, another design in the Naples Collection, is open for viewing at 631 Broad Court in Old Naples. Three additional Naples Collection models will open for viewing later this year: two in Port Royal on Gordon Drive and one in The Moorings. NEWSMAKERSFrom page 5Above: The Watlington, front. Below: The Watlington, rear.COURTESY PHOTOS

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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS 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 CHAPTER 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. & Exclusive Sales & Marketing by Wilson& Associates The Skys the Stage... ...for an Encore Performance Tower 2 makes its debut at Kalea Bay. Pre-construction pricing. Morning sunrises and evening sunsets. A performance youll want to watch over and over again. Secure your front-row seat for an encore presentation center, plus one spectacular clubhouse. Residences priced from $1.4 million. 13910 Old Coast Road, Naples, FL 34110 KaleaBay.com 239-793-0110From US 41 take Wiggins Pass Road and go north on Vanderbilt Drive. (Bridge on Vanderbilt Drive, between 111th Ave. N. and Wiggins Pass Rd. closed)

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RoyalShellRealEstate.com | 239. 2 Florida Locations: Bonita Springs/Ester o Naples/Marco Island, O North Carolina Locations: Ca s and Sapphire Vall e 1201 GALLEON DR., NAPLES http://royalshell.me/galleondrive Extraordinary 5 BR, 6 BA Estate, Over 9,700 S.F. $13,975,000 MLS 217020067 Don DeLuca 239.213.9100 OPEN 8/11 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM PORT ROYAL NAPLES Mediterranean Transitional Luxury Estate Spectacular, One-of-a-Kind 6+ BR, 7 BA Home $3,950,000 MLS 217046134 Vito Bauer 239.777.7080 PINE RIDGE ESTATES NAPLES Tranquility, a Contemporary Zen Design Over 9,000 S.F. Indoor/Outdoor Living Space $3,795,000 MLS 217029954 Doug Haughey 239.961.1561 PARK SHORE NAPLES $1,995,000 MLS 217006667 Steve Suddeth & Jenn Nicolai 239.784.0693 1408 HEMINGWAY PL., NAPLES $1,499,000 MLS 216066094 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 5718 CLARENDON DR., NAPLES $1,499,000 MLS 217031403 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 NAPLES Pool Home w/Two Master Suites Quiet Street, Close to the Beach $1,250,000 MLS 217043451 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 PARK SHORE ESTERO Watch Eagles from Your Spectacular Lanai Private, Lakefront, 3 BR + Den, Cul-De-Sac Lot $1,149,000 MLS 217020229 Gary Ryan 239.273.6796 SHADOW WOOD AT THE BROOKS BONITA Incredible Lake & Golf Views, Cul-De-Sac Lot 3 BR + Den, 3 BA, Newer Kitchen, A/C & More $949,000 MLS 217034060 Connie Lummis, The Lummis Team 239.289.3543 BONITA BAY NAPLES $924,900 MLS 216078207 Zach Fischer 239.777.7500 1607 CURLEW DR., NAPLES $739,000 MLS 216018642 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 ESTERO $735,000 MLS 217016458 Gary Ryan 239.273.6796 7461 LANTANA CIR., NAPLES Entertainer's Paradise, Open Floor Plan Upgrades, Indoor/Outdoor Surround Sound $649,000 MLS 217046089 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM LANTANA AT OLDE CYPRESS NAPLES Pool/Spa&BeautifulGolfCourseViews "A" RatedSchoolDistrict, IdealLocation $639,000 MLS 217033999 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 NEW LISTING SATURNIA LAKES NAPLES 3 BR + Den, 2.5 BA Townhome 1-Car Garage, Wood Flooring $635,000 MLS 216079451 Vito Bauer 239.777.7080 PELICAN BAY NAPLES 3 BR + Den, 2 BA, Pool, Southern Exposure Many Modern Updates, Lake & Preserve Views $635,000 MLS 217033522 John Aycock 239.777.9898 CROSSINGS AT MILL RUN NAPLES $599,000 MLS 217044951 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 BONITA $549,000 MLS 217000092 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 25961 NESTING CT. #101, BONITA $539,000 MLS 217027383 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.777.2441 28372 SOMBRERO DR., BONITA $509,900 MLS 217022861 The Boeglin Team 239.287.6414 BONITA Turnkey, 3 BR, 3 BA + Den, Pool/Spa Beautiful Golf Course & Sunset Views $509,900 MLS 217022861 The Boeglin Team 239.287.6414 SPANISH WELLS 15362 SCRUB JAY LN., BONITA One of the Largest Floor Plans, 4 BR, 3.5 BA Pool Home $509,000 MLS 217041496 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM VILLAGE WALK OF BONITA NAPLES Sunsets & Stunning Lake Views 3 BR + Den, 3 BA Coach Home $498,000 MLS 217048840 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 NEW LISTING KENSINGTON BONITA Views of the Bay & Golf Course Prime Location, 2,800 S.F. Under Air $495,000 MLS 217036495 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 BONITA BAY BAYVIEW 9832 ALHAMBRA LN., BONITA $495,000 MLS 217036495 Jim Griffith, The Boeglin Team 239.322.2409 BONITA $450,000 MLS 217024742 Connie Lummis, The Lummis Team 239.289.3543 BONITA $449,900 MLS 217048277 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 BONITA $425,000 MLS 217031479 Larry Bell 239.919.4404 NAPLES Totally Remodeled 1st Floor Unit All New Appliances Throughout $419,500 MLS 217027244 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 BORDEAUX CLUB NAPLES Resort Style Living, Minutes to 5th Ave. 2nd Floor 2 BR, 2 BA Unit $399,900 MLS 217024424 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 NAPLES BAY RESORT BONITA 1st Floor, Well Maintained, 3 BR, 2 BA Condo Enjoy Golf Course Views from Screened Lanai $398,000 MLS 217027263 Larry Bell 239.919.4404 PELICAN LANDING 28624 WAHOO DR., BONITA Oakmont Floor Plan, 3 BR + Den, 2.5 BA 16" Diagonal Tile, New Carpet in Bedrooms $379,900 MLS 217043824 Michael May 239.949.0000 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM VILLAGE WALK ESTERO $357,500 MLS 217043340 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 2731 ORANGE GROVE TRL., NAPLES $339,000 MLS 217034044 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 NAPLES $329,900 MLS 217046626 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 BONITA $329,000 MLS 217040962 Ilse Lefas 239.269.4189 NAPLES Nicely Appointed, 3 BR, Walk-Up Condo Beautiful Lake Views $319,000 MLS 217021679 Doug Haughey 239.961.1561 BRIDGEWATER BAY 6280 BELLERIVE AVE. #2-206, NAPLES Lake Views, Tastefully Decorated 2nd Floor Condo Turnkey with All New Furnishings $259,000 MLS 217034005 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM VINEYARDS BELLERIVE BONITA Lovely 2 BR, 2.5 BA Townhome Updated Kitchen & Bathrooms $235,000 MLS 217048120 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 HACIENDA VILLAGE NAPLES Newly Remodeled, 2 BR, 2 BA Condo Best Views of Lake & Golf Course $230,000 MLS 216059835 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES BONITA $207,000 MLS 217033952 Ryan & Natalie Kipper 239.784.3729 NAPLES $180,000 MLS 216076330 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 197 PENNY LN. #3101, NAPLES $164,900 MLS 217045528 Navarro Group 239.689.9339 NAPLES $160,000 MLS 217048151 Liz Biswurm 239.370.0312

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2 13.9100 | RoyalShellRentals.com o Cape Coral, Captiva Island, Fort Myers, cala and Sanibel Island s hiers/Lake Glenville, Highlands e y/Lake Toxaway 1201 GALLEON DR., NAPLES $13,975,000 MLS 217020067 Don DeLuca 239.213.9100 NAPLES $3,950,000 MLS 217046134 Vito Bauer 239.777.7080 NAPLES $3,795,000 MLS 217029954 Doug Haughey 239.961.1561 NAPLES A Singular Opportunity at Venetian Villas Bay, Dock, 2-Car Garage $1,995,000 MLS 217006667 Steve Suddeth & Jenn Nicolai 239.784.0693 PARK SHORE 1408 HEMINGWAY PL., NAPLES 2-Story Victorian Charmer, New Refreshed Look Front Porch, Wraparound Balconies $1,499,000 MLS 216066094 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM HEMINGWAY PLACE 5718 CLARENDON DR., NAPLES 3 BR, Flex Room, 3-Car A/C Garage Brand New, Prime Lakefront Home $1,499,000 MLS 217031403 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM ISLE OF COLLIER PRESERVE NAPLES $1,250,000 MLS 217043451 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 ESTERO $1,149,000 MLS 217020229 Gary Ryan 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QUAIL WEST BONITA Gated Beachfront Resort Community Newly Renovated, Gulf Views from All Rooms $549,000 MLS 217000092 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 BONITA BEACH CLUB 25961 NESTING CT. #101, BONITA Unobstructed Lake, Golf & Preserve Views Glassed-In Lanai, 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2-Car Garage $539,000 MLS 217027383 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.777.2441 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM BONITA BAY 28372 SOMBRERO DR., BONITA Turnkey, 3 BR, 3 BA + Den, Pool/Spa Beautiful Golf Course & Sunset Views $509,900 MLS 217022861 The Boeglin Team 239.287.6414 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM SPANISH WELLS BONITA $509,900 MLS 217022861 The Boeglin Team 239.287.6414 15362 SCRUB JAY LN., BONITA $509,000 MLS 217041496 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 NAPLES $498,000 MLS 217048840 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 BONITA $495,000 MLS 217036495 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 9832 ALHAMBRA LN., BONITA Lovely 3 BR, 2 BA + Den, Pool Home Located in Quiet, Peaceful Setting $495,000 MLS 217036495 Jim Griffith, The Boeglin Team 239.322.2409 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM SPANISH WELLS BONITA 3 BR, 3 BA, 1st Floor Coach Home, 2-Car Garage Open & Bright w/Volume Ceilings, 2,276 S.F. $450,000 MLS 217024742 Connie Lummis, The Lummis Team 239.289.3543 BONITA BAY BONITA 3 BR, 2 BA, CBS, Pool Home, 3/4 Acre Updated, New A/C & Fortified Roof $449,900 MLS 217048277 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 NEW LISTING OAK HOLLOW BONITA 2nd Floor, 3 BR, 3 BA Condo Well Maintained, Attached 2-Car Garage $425,000 MLS 217031479 Larry Bell 239.919.4404 PELICAN LANDING NAPLES $419,500 MLS 217027244 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 NAPLES $399,900 MLS 217024424 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 BONITA $398,000 MLS 217027263 Larry Bell 239.919.4404 28624 WAHOO DR., BONITA $379,900 MLS 217043824 Michael May 239.949.0000 ESTERO 3 BR + Den, 2 BA & Long Lake Views Granite Kitchen & Stainless Appliances $357,500 MLS 217043340 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 THE RESERVE OF ESTERO 2731 ORANGE GROVE TRL., NAPLES Completely Remodeled, 4 BR, 3 BA New Island Kitchen, Cabinets & Granite $339,000 MLS 217034044 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN 8/13 1:00PM 4:00PM VALENCIA LAKES NAPLES 1st Floor End Unit, 2 BR + Den, 2 BA Huge Kitchen, Tile & Wood Floors $329,900 MLS 217046626 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 COUNTRYSIDE BONITA Bright Top Floor Condo w/High Ceilings 34-Acre Private Beach Club $329,000 MLS 217040962 Ilse Lefas 239.269.4189 PELICAN LANDING NAPLES $319,000 MLS 217021679 Doug Haughey 239.961.1561 6280 BELLERIVE AVE. #2-206, NAPLES $259,000 MLS 217034005 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 BONITA $235,000 MLS 217048120 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 NAPLES $230,000 MLS 216059835 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 BONITA 5 Minutes to Barefoot Beach Rare Opportunity with Low HOA Fees $207,000 MLS 217033952 Ryan & Natalie Kipper 239.784.3729 VANDERBILT LAKES NAPLES Furnished, 2nd Floor Unit 2 BR, 2 BA, Great Golf Course Views $180,000 MLS 216076330 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 GLADES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 197 PENNY LN. #3101, NAPLES Newly Updated Golf Course View Fully Furnished End Unit $164,900 MLS 217045528 Navarro Group 239.689.9339 OPEN 8/12 11:-00AM 3:00PM GLADES COUNTRY CLUB NAPLES GorgeousViews DesirableNorthNaplesLocation $160,000 MLS 217048151 Liz Biswurm 239.370.0312 NEW PRICE PALM RIVER

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ON NAPLES BAY, 5 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN AND THE BEACHES Discover Naples Community of the YearNestled along the scenic Cypress Waterway only 5 minutes from downtown Naples youll nd a waterfront lifestyle that others can only dream of. Where an incredible selection of award-winning Minto homes complements an extraordinary setting for every day adventures and non-stop fun. Simply put, Life is better in The Isles. Come experience it for yourself! ISLES AWAYfrom the ordinary Isles Club Amenities:Classic Old Florida Clubhouse Fitness Center Resort-Style Pool Lap Pool Cabanas Tennis Courts Kayak Launch Event Lawn Pickleball Courts 8 miles of scenic kayak and hiking trails Available membership at adjoining yacht club and marina with deep water access to the Gulf of Mexico Limited time incentive on select homes, please see a New Home Sales Professional for details. Minto Communities, LLC 2017. Not an o er where prohibited by state statutes. All rights reserved. Content may not be reproduced, copied, altered, distributed, stored or transferred in any form or by any means without express written permission. Artists renderings, dimensions, speci cations, prices and features are approximate and subject to change without notice. Minto, the Minto logo, The Isles of Collier Preserve and The Isles of Collier Preserve logo are trademarks of Minto Communities, LLC and/or its a liates. CGC 1519880. 8/2017For location, hours of operation and further details about our award-winning communities, visit MintoUSA.com. GET STARTED ATMintoUSA.com5445 Caribe Avenue, Naples, FL 34113 Located on US 41/Tamiami Trail East, just south of Thomasson Drive(888) 707-1251 LUXURY VILLAS, COACH HOMES & SINGLEFAMILY HOMES FROM THE MID $300s TO OVER $1 MILLION HURRY FOR LIMITED TIME INCENTIVESAVE UP TO $60,000!* 951 NAPLESNAPLES Gulf of MexicoOF C O LL I ER P RE S E R V E NNaples BayDavis Boulevard Golden Gate Pkwy.Hamilton Harbor Dollar Bay Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve 951Pine Ridge Road 5th Ave.

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B14 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYThe Isles of Collier Preserve where residents celebrate nature and active livingT he Isles of Collier Preserve in Naples by Minto Communities is an award-winning masterplanned community inspired by nature, informed by historic references to the classic southern coastal architecture of Old Naples, and designed to accommodate an active lifestyle that is connected to nature. Just four miles east of downtown Naples, The Isles of Collier Preserve provides residents with a stunningly beautiful private world bordered by Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Naples Botanical Garden and Dollar Bay. More than 1,300 acres of the communitys 2,400 acres are dedicated to natural habitat and nature preserves connected by a network of recreational trails, nature observation stations, bike paths and waterways for kayaking. Residents and visitors enter The Isles of Collier Preserve through a gatehouse archway distinguished by a reflecting pool. Next stop for visitorsthe Discovery Sales Center, described as more nature center than sales center. A Neighbors Room presents displays on neighbors Rookery Bay Reserve, Naples Botanical Garden, and Conservancy of Southwest Florida, among others. A rustic boardwalk encircles a recreated cypress wetland and 14 cypress tree replica. Visitors can take a virtual tour at interactive stations, take an ecofriendly electric boat ride or explore via Minto-provided bicycle or kayak. World-class amenities inspired by Collier history The Isles Club with its inviting coastal cottage style design inspired by the original Naples Beach Hotel built in 1888 is at the communitys center. Like the original Naples Beach Hotel, The Isles Club is distinguished by a stylized cupola and large awning-shaded front porch. Residents and friends gather at The Isles Club for dining and social functions, swimming in the resort-style pool and lap pool, tennis, pickleball and workouts in the state-of-the-art fitness center. A lushly landscaped event courtyard, yoga lawn and kayak launch provide additional opportunities for outdoor recreation. Home choices to meet every lifestyle Minto offers a selection of 43 innovative, energy-efficient home designs at The Isles of Collier Preserve that complement their spectacular natural surroundings and present a contemporary interpretation of classic Florida coastal home styles. Selections include coach homes, villas and single-family homes ranging from the mid-$300s to more than $1 million. For a limited time only, Minto is offering up to $60,000 in purchase incentives on select move-in ready coach homes and up to $50,000 in savings on select single-family and villa homes. The available Orchid Grande twostory coach home is 2,011 square feet under air, and includes two bedrooms, two baths, den, sunroom, two-car garage, private elevator, and water view. It is priced at $663,610. The Alamanda single-family home includes a pool and spa with a beautiful water view. It is 2,225 square feet under air, with two bedrooms, den, two and-a half baths and two-car garage and is priced at $763,215. The Dahlia villa home is 1,565 square feet under air with two bedrooms, two baths, den, two-car garage, covered lanai with tranquil preserve view. It is priced at $481,420. Visit 16 furnished models Sixteen furnished models include nine single-family homes, four one-story villas, and three award-winning coach homes. Single-family homes range from 2,016 to 4,327 square feet under air, and are priced from the high-$400s to over $1 million. Designed for entertaining, homes feature gourmet kitchens with large seating and serving islands, open floor plans, private guest quarters, and luxurious outdoor living areas with nature and water views. Coach homes include one, two and three story floor plans ranging from 1,621 square feet under air to 2,960 square feet under air, priced from the mid-$400s to $600s. All include twocar garages. Two-and-three-story coach homes also include private elevators. Architecturally detailed ceiling treatments, bright, open floor plans, large eat-in kitchens, formal dining rooms and more are among Mintos distinctive luxury touches. Villas range from 1,565 square feet under air to 1,862 square feet under air, and are priced from the mid-$300s. Villa homes include two to three bedrooms, plus den or hobby room, great room, dining room, two baths, covered lanai and two-car garage. An award-winning master planned community A recognized leader in green construction, Minto has won many national and regional awards for The Isles of Collier Preserve. These include three silver awards from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), including the 2016 Best in American Living Award for Best Mixed Community, the 2017 Nationals Award for Best Clubhouse, and the 2017 Best in American Living Award for Best Community Facility. The Isles of Collier Preserve also received the Grand Aurora Award for Master-Planned Community of the Year from the Southeast Building Conference (SEBC), the largest building industry trade show in the southeast, and the Community of the Year award at the Collier Building Industry Association 2016 Sand Dollar Awards. Minto developed The Isles of Collier Preserve using its own funding sources, electing not to utilize Community Development District (CDD) funds, and saving homeowners at The Isles of Collier Preserve thousands of dollars in annual assessments. The Isles of Collier Preserve is located just four miles east of downtown Naples on U.S. 41/Tamiami Trail East. The Discovery Sales Center is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information on The Isles of Collier Preserve call 888707-1251 or visit MintoUSA.com. Abo ve: The Isles Club resort-style pool, lap pool, shaded cabanas and sandy beach area provide the ultimate environment for relaxation and socializing. The Isles of Collier Preserve is an award-winning master-planned community. Available coach homes offering up to $60,000 incentive. Left: Available singlefamily and villa homes offering up to $50,000 incentive.ADVERTORIAL l a o t f N a A r M A p a r P c t f i

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 REAL ESTATE B15 Babcock Ranch announces new building partnerPulte Homes joins the select ranks of homebuilders in solar-powered townO ne of the nations leading builders is partnering with Kitson & Partners to build the next new neighborhood of 150 homes at Babcock Ranch. Pulte Homes will be introducing a variety of floor plans at prices attractive to young families and empty nesters all within walking distance to restaurants, shops and a school at the heart of the nations first solarpowered town. At Babcock Ranch, every home will include a full gigabyte of fiber-optic connectivity, and an environmentally friendly lifestyle powered the 75mw Florida Power & Light (FPL) solar power plant located within the town. With a projected population of 50,000 at buildout, the new town of 19,500 homes and six million feet of commercial space is the largest new development currently underway in the U.S. Pulte is an outstanding addition, said Syd Kitson, Chairman and CEO of Kitson Partners. In addition to being one of the pre-eminent residential builders in the nation, they share our passion and commitment to creating a whole new, sustainable way of living at Babcock Ranch. Babcock Ranch has been highly anticipated for a long time and we couldnt be more excited to have the opportunity to be a part of this groundbreaking project, said Rich McCormick, president of PulteGroups Southwest Florida Division. Pulte Homes has long appreciated the benefits of solar and other renewable sources of energy. Our goal is to build more energy efficient homes that effectively balance constructability, cost and quality. Pulte will collaborate with valued building partners who are committed to offering the most innovative, renewable and affordable solutions that improve the lives of their Pulte homebuyers and the world we live in. Pulte will be building a new neighborhood, Parkside at Babcock Ranch, just southeast of Founders Square, that will include more than 150 Pulte homes on 50-foot lots priced in the $200s to mid $300s. The new Pulte neighborhood is adjacent to a community park and the neighborhood being built by Lennar. Pulte will also be constructing homes in the Lake Timber neighborhood. With front porches providing spectacular views across Lake Babcock and Founders Square, prices for those homes will start in the high $200s. Babcock Ranch is the perfect location for families, empty-nesters and retirees who want a walkable, bike-able and connective community where residents all know each other, said McCormick. Pultes consumer inspired floor plans include innovative features and are built for the way modern families live in their homes today. Whether you are looking for a second home to spend the winter months or dreaming of a larger space to accommodate your growing family, Pulte homes at Babcock Ranch offers many options to suit your active lifestyle.Learn more at www.babcockranch.com. Babcocks architecture was inspired by original Florida homes and pre-World War II neighborhoods in Southwest Florida. Parkside at BabcockRanch will be in the area marked Phase 1B2, southeast of Founders Square. The new Pulte neighborhood is within easy walking distance to Founders Square.ADVERTORIAL piredbyoriginalFloridahomesandpre-WorldWarII Robyn Pfister Griffin 239.404.8222 Robert A. Forbis 239.682.3700ROBYN PFISTER GRIFFIN TEAMPORT ROYAL www.RobynPGriffin.com 777 KINGS TOWN DRIVE BREATHTAKING VIEWS OF TREASURE COVE! Call today for a private showing! OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM Paloma Community Open House SUNDAY AUGUST 13 TH 1-4 PM Gated community of newer homes with low HOA fees, amenities and a social activities calendar. The Promenade to BeachesDirections: 3 Miles North of Bonita Beach Road, on east side of Imperial Pkwy. $339,900 Downing Frye Realty, Inc. Angela Grifth 239-728-7599 $499,000 Billie Jans 239.980.0522 $314,900 Jason Pavich (239) 229-7483 $365,000DomainRealty.comMary Wolleon 239-207-9752 $314,990Brett Larson (239) 887-2115 $364,000Amerivest RealtyRae Wakelin 239-398-0028 or Nicola Wakelin 239-451-9351

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B16 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 14 15 9 Seaglass at Bonita Bay26951 Country Club Drive Bonita Springs, FL 239.301.4940 seaglassatbonitabay.comAltaira4541 Coconut Road Bonita Springs, FL 239.495.1300 AltairaWCI.comKalea Bay13910 Old Coast Road Naples, FL 239.793.0110 KaleaBay.com Mediterra15836 Savona Way Naples, FL 855.810.7976 mediterranaples.comQuail West6289 Burnham Road Naples, FL 239.592.1010 QuailWest.comTalis Park16980 Livingston Road Naples, FL 239.449.5900 TalisPark.comTwin Eagles11330 Twin Eagles Boulevard Naples, FL 239.352.8000 TwinEagles.comOlde Cypress7276 Lantana Circle Naples, FL 239.596.4794 OldeCypressLantana.comRaffia Preserve4075 Wolfe Road Naples, FL 239.598.2370 raffiapreserve.wcicommunities.comNaples Square100 S Goodlette-Frank Road Naples, FL 239.228.5800 NaplesSquare.comThe Isles of Collier Preserve5445 Caribe Avenue Naples, FL 844.838.3392 MintoUSA.comLely Resort New Home Sales8038 Signature Club Circle, Bldg 8-102Naples, FL 239.793.2100 stockdevelopment.comMangrove Bay201 Goodlette Road South Naples, FL 239.261.2200 MangroveBayNaples.comResidences at Mercato9123 Strada Place, Suite 7125 Naples, FL 239.594.9400 ResidencesAtMercato.comLivingston Lakes15161 Palmer Lake Circle Naples, FL 239.444.3490 livingstonlakes.comThe Colony Golf & Bay Club4541 Coconut Road Bonita Springs, FL 239.495.1300 TheColonyWCI.com 1 13 16 Ave Maria5076 Annunciation Circle #104 Ave Maria, FL 888.841.3477 AveMaria.comSienna Reserve14656 Reserve Lane Naples, FL 239.643.4333 siennareservenaples.comAndalucia1336 Andlaucia Way Naples, FL 239.304.8314 andalucianaples.com 17 18 Estuary at Grey Oaks1220 Gordon River Trail Naples, FL 239.261.3148 estuaryatgreyoaks.comONE1300 Hendry Street Fort Myers, FL 239.500.5294 EXT. 1 OneFtMyers.com 20 19 Gulf of MexicoAirport Pulling RdBayshore DrRattlesnake Hammock RdRadio RdLivingston RdThomasson D rMassey StGoodlette RdVanderbilt Beach RdImmokalee RdFrank Blvd DrLivingston Rd SCrayton Rd111th Ave NPlateau RdGoodlett e Rde BlvdPelican Marsh BlvdCounty Barn Rd5th Pine Ridge RdGolden Gate PkwyLogan BlvdTamiami TrlTamiami TrlTamiami T rlBonita Beach RdSanta Barbara Blvd Santa Barbara BlvdOld Hwy 41Green BlvdGolden Gate BlvdLivingston RdFiddlers Creek PkwyDavis BlvdCollier Bl vdCollier BlvdNaples Municipal t N Naples Reg ParkLely Pelican Bay Naples VineyardsGolden GateIsland WalkNaplesPine RidgeVerona Walk Naples Manor Lely Resort East Naples Port Royal Belle Meade Shell Island Palm River 846 31 86 9 9 84 41 41 CENTRAL NAPLES NORTH NAPLES OLD NAPLES EAST NAPLES BONITA SPRINGS ESTEROHickory BlvdlBon ita Beac h RdImperial Pkwy Imperial B onita B each R d SEOld 41 RdShangrila RdCoconut Rd 865 75 NAPLES 1 14 13 15 3 R R d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 11 2 5 d 6 4 7 10 8 9 ell Grade RdRandall Blvd47 th AveOil Well Rd p Keais RdEverglades BlvdEvergla des BlvdMassey St m okalee RdWilson BlvdDesoto BlvdPlateau RdD esoto Blvd N d Golden Gate BlvdCollier Blvden eOrangetreeGolden Gates Estates EAST NAPLES 17 16 N a apl apl ap ap ap p ap p p pl p p ap p p pl l p l l l l apl p p p pl l l a p l a l a ap ap ap p l a ap a a a a p es e e e e e e e e e s g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g Pa P P P P P P P P P P P r rk r r k r r k k k r r r r r P P P P P P P P P P Pa P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P r rk rk r k k r k r k k rk k r rk k r r k r r r k r k k k r r k 18 19 20 FORT MYERSPalm Beach Blvd n Midpoint Bridge Cl eveland AveDr M LK BlvdVeronica S Shoemaker Blvd v dFowler StC oloni al BlvdCle velan d Av eH anson St R dPondella Rddge Pkwy 21 Historic Downtown River District 21

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 REAL ESTATE B17 Sue@SueMyhelic.com SueMyhelic.com Cypress Woods Golf & C.C. $249,000Turnkey furnished 3BR, 2BA plus den end unit. Open oor plan & fabulous golf course views. Verona Walk $549,0003BR, 3BA plus den pool home with outdoor kitchenthat overlooks a huge lake. Superior upgrades & a must see. Heritage Bay $279,000Turnkey furnished 2BR, 2BA plus den/of ce. Golf Equity & Fitness Center, pro shop & more. OPEN SUNDAY AUG. 13TH, 1-4PM OPEN SUNDAY AUG. 13TH, 1-4PM A TROPICAL PARADISE!Miami Beach was an unnamed barrier island with a few avocado trees, dense mangroves, lots of mosquitoes, very few people and almost impossible to get to until an Indiana promoter and entrepreneur began its historic transformation. Carl G. Fisher looked at the strip of desolate Florida sand and saw a grand resort city. When early developers such as John Collins (think Miami Beachs Collins Avenue main drag) ran short of money to build the first bridge from the mainland to Miami Beach, it was Mr. Fisher who stepped in with his money and vision to move the project along. To get people to his new Miami Beach, Mr. Fisher paid for a billboard in Times Square in the middle of the winter advertising that it was June in Miami Beach. Vacationers and transplants began flocking to Miami Beach. The population increased by more than 400 percent from 1920 to 1925. In 1923, Mr. Fisher built the Miami Yacht Club on Star Island, which he later turned into a private residence. With the double whammy of the Florida real estate collapse following the Great Miami Hurricane in 1926 and the 1929 Great Depression, Mr. Fisher lost his fortune and spent the remainder of his life as a handyman living in a small home in Miami Beach, where he died in 1939. Now, for the first time in 30 years, his former estate on Star Island is for sale. Priced at $65 million, the 1.5-acre property is on the tip of the island with commanding views of Biscayne Bay. The 18,400-square-foot mansion has 10 bedrooms, 12 baths, a two-story formal living room, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, three offices and two separate staff living areas currently used by a full-time staff of five employees. There is 255 feet of bay frontage, two docks and a boatlift, swimming pool and cabana. The listing agents are Alexa Lacovelli, Mirce Curkoski and Albert Justo from One Sothebys International Realty in Miami Beach. For more information, visit www.sothebysrealty.com. Miami Beach mansion priced at $65 millionTOPTENREALESTATEDEALS.COM___________________________ COURTESY PHOTOS

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B18 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY NaplesAREA ADDRESS PRICE REAL ESTATE OFICE AGENT & PHONE NUMBER HOURS PORT ROYAL 3450 Rum Row $15,900,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Paul Arpin 239.877.4450 Sunday 1-4pm PORT ROYAL 1201 Galleon Drive $13,975,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Don DeLuca 239.213.9100 Fri-Sun 1-4pm PORT ROYAL 1100 Galleon Drive $11,900,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Walter Patrick 239.325.9111 Sunday 1-4pm OLD NAPLES 777 Kings Town Drive $7,950,000 John R. Wood Properties Robyn P. Grif n 239.404.8222 Sunday 1-4pm PELICAN BAY MYSTIQUE 6885 Pelican Bay Boulevard Estates from $3,000,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sales Of ce 2 39.598.9900 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm to over $7,000,000 & Sun 12-5pm OLD NAPLES 417 Palm Circle West $4,970,730 Premier Sothebys International Realty Joe Buch 239.404.5668 Sunday 1-4pm OLD NAPLES 489 1st Avenue South $4,175,000 William Raveis Dante DiSabato 239.537.5351 Sunday 1-4pm OLD NAPLES ORCHID PLACE 425 3rd Avenue South $3,295,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Ruth Trettis 239.340.0295 Sunday 1-4pm GREY OAKS ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS 1220 Gordon River Trail From $2,495,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Call 239.26 1.3148 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm & Sun 12-5pm OLD NAPLES ESMERALDA ON EIGHTH 985 8th Avenue South #202 $1,999,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Paul Graffy 239.273.4030 Sunday 1-4pm PELICAN BAY ST. RAPHAEL 7117 Pelican Bay Boulevard #1506 $1,849,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Jon Feins 239. 687.9546 Sunday 1-4pm MEDITERRA 14898 Bellezza Lane $1,675,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm VINEYARDS TERRACINA 532 Terracina Way $1,650,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Laurie Zanelli 239.675.9777 Sunday 1-4pm ISLE OF COLLIER PRESERVE 5718 Clarendon Drive $1,499,000 Royal Shell Real Estate The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 Sunday 1-4pm HEMINGWAY PLACE 1408 Hemingway Place $1,499,000 Royal Shell Real Estate The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 Sunday 1-4pm THE DUNES GRANDE EXCELSIOR 285 Grande Way #506 $1,329,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Werner Schroeder 239.776.8956 Sunday 1-4pm RESIDENCES AT MERCATO 9123 Strada Place #7125 From $1,325,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sales Of ce 239.594.9 400 Mon-Sat 10am-6pm & Sun 12-6pm KALEA BAY Wiggins Pass & Vanderbilt Drive $1,300,000 Wilson & Associates Inga Wilson 239.793.0110 Mon-Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 12-5pm PELICAN ISLE RESIDENCES 445 Dockside Drive #902 $1,294,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Suzanne Ring 239.821.7550 Sunday 1-4pm GREY OAKS TRADITIONS 2312 Berwick Court #202 $1,250,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Ralph & Sheila Lytle 239.293.5040 Sunday 1-4pm PARK SHORE VILLAS PIENZA 4850 West Boulevard Court #B106 $1,150,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Olesya Waltz 2 39.297.2960 Sunday 1-4pm PARK SHORE SAVOY 4041 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #1109 $999,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Gary Blaine 239.59 5.2912 Sunday 1-4pm PINE RIDGE 632 Hickory Road $995,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Agnes Zak 239.287.8036 Sunday 1-4pm TALIS PARK CARRARA 16437 Carrara Way #102 $840,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Cynthia Miles 239.273.3449 Sunday 1-4pm OLDE CYPRESS LANTANA 7461 Lantana Circle $649,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 Sunday 1-4pm INDIGO LAKES 14513 Indigo Lakes Circle $595,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Melinda Gunther 239.297.2155 Sunday 1-4pm SATURNIA LAKES 2127 Khasia Pointe $589,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Lisa Rogstad 239.777.1698 Sunday 1-4pm LELY RESORT LAKOYA 6561 Roma Way $500,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Jeff Little 239.494.0820 Sunday 1-4pm NAPLES PARK 605 109th Avenue North $495,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm MARBELLA LAKES 6721 Marbella Lane $439,500 Premier Sothebys International Realty Rob Hall 239.248.2527 Sunday 1-4pm PELICAN BAY SERENDIPITY 585 Serendipity Drive #585 $419,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Emie Barnes 239.877.0252 Sunday 1-4pm VALENCIA LAKES 2731 Orange Grove Trail $339,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 Sunday 1-4pm TREVISO BAY ALBERI ACQUA 9731 Acqua Court #542 $335,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Mary Luz Bruno 239.675.977 7 Sunday 1-4pm CALUSA BAY 6923 Satinleaf Road North #104 $299,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Londa Nau 239.293.4805 Sunday 1-4 pm NAPLES BATH AND TENNIS 1514 Oyster Catcher Point #1514-B $249,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Tami Eilers 239.216.7828 Sunday 1-4pm LELY GOLF ESTATES GLENEAGLES 212 Deerwood Circle #6-7 $174,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Richard Droste 239. 572.5117 Sunday 12-3pm Bonita SpringsAREA ADDRESS PRICE REAL ESTATE OFICE AGENT & PHONE NUMBER HOURS BONITA LAKES 23080 Sanabria Loop $699,900 Royal Shell Real Estate Joy Gugliuzza, Team LaVita 239.600.0900 Sunday 1-4pm VASARI COUNTRY CLUB PIENZA 28609 Pienza Court $559,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 Sunday 1-4pm BONITA BAY 25961 Nesting Court #101 $539,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.777.2441 Sunday 1-4pm PALOMA 26132 Grand Prix Drive $499,000 John R Wood Properties Billie Jans 239.980.0522 Sunday 1-4pm SPANISH WELLS 9832 Alhambra Lane $495,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Jim Grif th, The Boeglin Team 239.322.2409 Sunday 1-4pm HAWTHORNE 10373 Flat Stone Loop $399,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Susan Barton 239.860.1412 Sunday 1-4pm PALMIRA GOLF CLUB THE ENCLAVE 28673 San Lucas Lane #201 $399,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Teri Pytel 239.31 9.5042 Sunday 1-3pm VILLAGE WALK 28624 Wahoo Drive $379,900 Royal Shell Real Estate Michael May 239.949.0000 Sunday 1-4pm PALOMA 26304 Prince Pierre Way $365,000 DomainRealty.com Mary Wolleon 239.207.9752 Sunday 1-4pm PALOMA 11146 Monte Carlo Boulevard $364,000 Amerivest Realty Rae or Nicola Wakeline 239.398.0028/239.451.9351 Sunday 1-4pm PALOMA 11106 St. Roman Way $339,900 Downing Frye Realty, Inc. 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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 REAL ESTATE B19Kalea Bays first tower nears selloutTower 2 released for saleThe first residential tower at Kalea Bay, the gated, resortlifestyle, high-rise community located on Vanderbilt Drive in North Naples, is 90 percent sold. Of the 120 residences in the 22-story tower, only 12 remain. The approaching sellout of Tower 1 and the overwhelming response from our buyers prompted us to release Tower 2 earlier this year, stated Inga Lodge, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Kalea Bay. Currently, the number of residences already under contract in the second tower exceeds the $60 million mark. The new 22-story tower, with 120 residences, will have 20 floors of residences over two floors of parking. The incredibly designed residences offer views of the Gulf of Mexico and pristine nature preserve. Six floor plans are available in Tower 2. Residences 1 and 6 are 3-bedroom plus den/3.5 bath plans with 3,704 total square feet. Residences 2 and 5, with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, have 3,791 total square feet. Residences 3 and 4 are 4-bedroom/4.5bath plans also with 3,791 total square feet. Residents will revel in Gulf views, open floor plans, a private elevator leading directly into their residence and wood floors throughout, said Lodge. The custom kitchens have Wolf and SubZero appliances, a natural gas range, luxury cabinetry, quartz countertops, a Butlers pantry and oversized island, all of which are standard features. Our floor plans have an open design we call lifestyle designs that blends the kitchen seamlessly into the living and dining rooms, perfect for the way people live today, said Lodge. The master bedroom includes an oversized walk-in closet while the master bath has his and hers vanities, quartz countertops, luxury cabinetry, a soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower. All master suites, kitchens and main living areas have direct views to the water and preserve. They are perfect vantage points to watch our spectacular sunsets, Lodge said. Additional residential features include floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open to large lanais with transparent glass rails. We take our outdoor living as seriously as our indoor living with oversized lanais on every residence, said Lodge. High-tech wiring and fully equipped laundry rooms round out the list of features, she noted. Dramatic views are available to every homeowner, no matter which floor they live on as the towers amenities are located on the rooftop including the sky lounge, a dramatic pool and the open-air fitness center. From the rooftop, residents can enjoy daily views of the Gulf of Mexico, the nature preserves and two beaches ranked among the best in the United States. Prices at Kalea Bay begin at $1.3 million in Tower 1 and $1.4 million in Tower 2. In addition to the rooftop amenities, the residents of Kalea Bay will also enjoy the communitys clubhouse area, which is also under construction and due to be completed when the first residents move into their new homes. The clubhouse area will be the social and recreational centerpiece of the community, said Lodge. Kalea Bays 88,000-square-foot clubhouse is located on the north side of the large lake at the communitys entrance. It will feature three individual pools, including a resort pool, an adults-only pool and a childrens pool, plus an expansive pool deck, a poolside bistro, openair bar, an indoor/outdoor restaurant, a sundries shop, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. All three pools will overlook the lake and provide a multitude of recreational options for everyone who lives and visits here, said Lodge. Expansive sun decks with lounge chairs and native, tropical plants will separate each of the three pools for the ultimate in privacy. If basking in the sun or taking a refreshing dip in the pool isnt on a residents schedule, perhaps meeting friends for lunch, dinner or drinks is. What better way to celebrate the good life in Florida than meeting family and friends for drinks while watching the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico, said Lodge. This is what living in Florida is supposed to be. Adjacent to the clubhouse is the tennis pavilion with Har-Tru tennis courts, as well as pickleball courts, and 24 guest suites to accommodate overnight guests and family members. Having that number of guest suites is unusual for a luxury high-rise community, but its an amenity our residents are excited about especially when they have extended family visiting, said Lodge. The Club at Kalea Bay will be in excellent hands when it opens. Thats because Stephen G. Jones, CCM, has been hired as the Clubs General Manager. Jones is a Certified General Manager, one of only 1,200 in the country. The Manchester, England native has worked in the cities of London and Atlanta, as well as on Grand Cayman Island in the Caribbean. More than 20 years ago he moved to Naples and has been associated with some of the finest Beach and Golf Clubs in the area. For more information regarding Kalea Bay visit the onsite sales center. Due to bridge closings in the North Naples area, take US 41 to Wiggins Pass Road, then right on Vanderbilt Drive, twotenths of a mile. Additional information is available by calling (239) 793-0110 or online at KaleaBay.com. Above: The first tower at Kalea Bay is slated to be completed in November. Kalea Bay residences have very open floor plans. Kalea Bays 88,000-square-foot clubhouse features three separate pools. Right: All master bedrooms offer views of the Gulf of Mexico. 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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTNAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY | SECTION CWWW.FLORIDAWEEKLY.COM Lets eat!Ivan Seligman does The Dish, Karen Feldman digs The Warehouse, and more on the food and dining scene. C24-27 INSIDEWEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017Write it upTake your cue before a new photo prompt appears next week. C13 Ready for classA back-to-school bonanza for local foster kids, and more fun around town. C22-23 Marco Island | 239.642.2222 Broad Avenue | 239.434.2424 Fifth Avenue | 239.434.8770 Estuary at Grey Oaks | 239.261.3148 Mystique at Pelican Bay | 239.598.9900 The Village | 239.261.6161 The Gallery in Central Naples | 239.659.0099 Vanderbilt | 239.594.9494 Residences at Mercato | 239.594.9400 Bonita Springs | 239.948.4000 Sanibel Island | 239.472.2735 Rentals | 239.262.4242 Set sail with an orphan boy and his insect friends on an amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit when The Naples Players KidzAct troupe presents James and the Giant Peach Jr. The delightfully offbeat musical adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl adventure tale takes the stage Friday through Sunday, Aug. 11-13, in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community Theatre. Behind its wit and whimsy, James and the Giant Peach Jr. explores some sophisticated themes. How do we define our family, and how do we start over after a big loss? Craig Price, TNP director of education, says. James is a child put in a remarkable situation, and with the help and support of some new friends he is able to achieve great things. Similarly, these KidzAct students are working together in extraordinary ways to present this musical. Thirty KidzAct actors ages 9-14 have spent the past few weeks working on the production with Mr. Price, choreographer Lauren Raleigh and musical director Lisa Federico. The novels adaptation for the stage is brought to life with music and lyrics by the Tony-nominated songwriters Justin Paul and Benj Pasek and book by Timothy Allen McDonald. James (played by Brian Boland) is a young orphan who finds a loving fam-KidzAct kids present Roald Dahl classic OC O M OUGUS06,0 Drink draw & BY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ oridaweekly.comO A BUNCH OF ARCHITECTS WALK INTO A BAR It sounds like the setup for a joke, but its the basis of an honored tradition at the yearly conference of the Florida chapter of American Institute of Architects: the Drink and Draw. It involves three major elements: architects, cocktail napkins and drinks. Lots of drinks. The grassroots competition is the brainchild of West Palm Beach urban designer/public artist Sherryl Muriente, MURP, Associate AIA, who came up with the idea four years ago. Whenever architects get near paper even napkins in a bar they cant resist taking out their pens and sketching. Its as natural as SEE DRAW, C4 SEE PEACH, C8 SVANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYDonald Yoshino and Miyuki Tsujimura work on their entry in the Drink and Draw partner category. Grassroots competition a fun part of annual conference of Florida architects

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C2 WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY George Anderson, MPAS, PA-C Certified Physician Assistant Now accepting new patients atNAPLES HEALTH PARK LOCATION 239-594-907511181 Health Park Blvd., Suite 2280 Naples, FL 34110Welcome RiverchaseDermatology.comNAPLES HEALTH PARK 1-800-591-DERM RiverchaseDermatology.comFREE SKIN CANCER SCREENING* AM 12PM 11181 Health Park Blvd, Suite 2280 Naples, FL 34110YOU MISSED ASPOT!WEVE GOT YOU COVERED.Provider: George Anderson, MMS, PA-C For New Patients only Must have an appointment FLORIDA WRITERSStartling tales of Americas Cold War sailors revealed Cold Water Canoe Club by Jeffery Hess. Down & Out Books. 292 pages. Trade paperback, $16.95. I cant think of another short story collection that Ive read in recent years thats given me such a jolt of vicarious experience and insight. Original, fraught with every kind of pain, clearsighted and despairing, Jeffery Hess book a group of 15 stories focused on the lives of Navy seamen during the Cold War takes us to external and internal places that most of us have been able to avoid. And that avoidance has distanced us from people, whole swaths of society, we have unwittingly depended on to keep us safe and even prosperous. Given todays concerns about Americas conflicts and rivalries with Vladimir Putins Russia, these stories take on an added dimension of relevance. In addi tion, they are amazingly well-written, filled with an abundance of explosive imagery and presented through unmistakably authentic firstor third-person voices (with perhaps a bit of literary overlay on and around these voices). The lives of shipboard sailors on patrol in potentially dangerous parts of the world are lives of confinement and compression. Their tasks as communications experts, engineers or electricians are tedious and tense. They perform maintenance, make repairs when necessary and prepare to meet emergencies. A ship is a dangerous place even when not under fire; so many things can go disastrously wrong. Such things happen in the stories of The Cold Water Canoe Club. These sailors are confined spatially, socially and often spiritually. They depend on one another and yet can learn to both love and hate their workmates. The compression demands release: port days with a bit of time off, prostitutes and all the drugs and alcohol one can manage or mismanage. Mr. Hess begins with an early marker of the background history, a story set in 1949 near the outset of the Cold War, and then moves us forward through the following decades, beyond the Cuban Missile Crisis and up to the Reagan presidencys achievement. He takes us to Lebanon, Turkey, Manila, Naples, Guam and other places where a U.S. fighting ship might go or stop. f i t v o p philJASONphiljreviews@gmail.com HESS 9118 Strada Place Mercato #ThePubNaples$39.95 per person + tax and gratuity Limited seating | Call for reservations 239.594.2748 5-Course Wine DinnerFeaturing wines by Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits Visit our Facebook Event for full menu and pairingsWednesday, August 23rd | 6:30 pm

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 C3 Sponsored by PRESENTED BY KIDZACT AUGUST 11-13TICKETS: b OR NAPLESPLAYERS.ORGTHE NAPLES PLAYERS SUGDEN THEATRE 701 5TH AVE. SOUTH, NAPLES, FL T T TICKETS: ADULTS $20 STUDENTS/EDUCATORS $10 Caf SocietyStarring Jeannie Berlin, Steve Carell and Jesse Eisenberg Rated: PG-13 TUESDAY, AUGUST 15th, 8:15p On the lawn across from Naples Flatbread and Silverspot Cinema LOCATED JUST NORTH OF VANDERBILT BEACH ROAD ON U.S. 41239.254.1080 | MercatoShops.com Free Admission | Lawn Chairs Welcome Food, Drinks & Popcorn Available Upcoming Movies September 19 The Angry Birds Movie October 17 Legally Blonde November 21 MoanaThird Tuesdays of Every Month @ Dusk Through flashbacks and other devices, the author sets these mostly young men into their larger lives: the kind of towns and families they come from, the marriages they have entered and exited, their relationships with the officer class they serve under, race relationships, the ambitions theyve put on hold, the children they hardly know, the injuries and other physical hardships that have aged them, and the inertia or is it momentum? that keeps them going. He offers enough telling scenes of his characters stateside domestic lives so that readers can feel the interweaving, often chilling, causeand-effect vibration between ship life and home life. The language Mr. Hess creations use is filled with political incorrectness. Offenses against bourgeois propriety reign. We might be embarrassed to find ourselves in their company, yet Mr. Hess allows us to come close them, to empathize, respect and even admire them. Of course, not all of them. Even though the characters circumstances have so much in common, Mr. Hess manages to individualize them skillfully and knowingly. Though male characters dominate, the several important female characters are given the same care, the same verisimilitude and distinctiveness and pitch perfect voices. Cold Water Canoe Club is an unusual adventure, at once roughhewn, raw, sophisticated and lyrical. Be prepared. About the authorJeffery Hess is the author of the novel Beachhead as well as the editor of the award-winning anthologies Home of the Brave: Stories in Uniform and Home of the Brave: Somewhere in the Sand. Prior to earning a masters in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte, N.C., and a bachelors degree in English from the University of South Florida, he served aboard the Navys oldest and newest ships. He has published numerous short stories that recall this period of his life.Mr. Hess has held writing positions at a daily newspaper, a Fortune 500 company and a university-based research center. He lives in Tampa, where he writes and leads the DD-214 Writers Workshop for military veterans. Phil Jason, Ph.D., United States Naval Academy professor emeritus of English, is a poet, critic and freelance writer with 20 books to his credit, including several studies of war literature and a creative writing text. e n m c u r S S a w U l o el o fr o S o ab o es t ha s s h o thi s M i ng ne w c o m ty b FLORIDA WRITERS

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C4 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYtalking. So why not transform that impulse into a friendly competition? When the Florida AIA planning committee was working on the 2014 conference, Ms. Muriente says, We wanted to have a happy hour with a purpose, where people would have to draw to get a prize which was a free drink. We put it into the program as part of the convention. Part of the idea was to encourage networking so that AIA members from around the state could get to know one another. And when architects draw together, she adds, You really come to your core and you understand each other. It would also be a friendly way for more experienced and younger architects to mingle. Twenty-five conference attendees showed up for the first Drink and Draw. The conference was in Miami that year and was so successful it became a tradition. The second Drink and Draw took place in Boca Raton, the third in West Palm Beach. And the fourth occurred recently at the Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples. The event has changed somewhat since it started. Instead of a noisy, crowded bar, about 100 architects gathered in a hotel ballroom. A sponsor, Graphisoft Archicad, provided pens and drink coasters on which to draw. Some architects bemoaned the loss of napkins, which provide more space and can even be opened up for panoramic sketches. They were given four categories in which to compete: Best Partner Sketch (two people drawing together), Best Section of a Building, Best Elevation of an Interior or Exterior Building and Best Realistic 3-D Rendering. They had 10 minutes to create a drawing and pin their work to a bulletin board. If they wanted to make more drawings during that time, they could. They just had to be done within 10 minutes time. Three judges would determine the winners: Virgil Campaneria, AIA, and Lourdes Solera, AIA, both of Miami; and Amie Calisti, Associate AIA, of West Palm Beach. As the evening progressed and the libations flowed, the event grew more raucous. Architects tried to beat the clock. After running to pin up their drawing, theyd hover around the boards to see what their professional peers had created. Draw responsibly! Ms. Muriente cajoled them. There is no bribing of the judges, she told them at another point. No extra drinks! Some images showed an economy of line, while others were full of detail. Drawings were highly technical, whimsical, realistic or imaginary. One winning drawing showed the cross-section of a waterfall. Another, which seemed to be just a curvy line and an arrow, was actually a drawing of the back of a female nude. The judges declared the need for a new category: WTF. They also asked for submissions for Best Representation of Graphisoft. A Best in Show award was given to Don Yoshino, an accomplished artist as well as an architect, who received a $100 gift certificate from Graphisoft. He decided to pay it forward by holding DRAWFrom page 1 VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYJudge Lourdes Solera selects an entry as a possible winner. Entries for the the Drink and Draw. Donald Yoshino wins the overall prize. He is shown with judge Amie Calisti.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C5his own impromptu contest for young architects (those licensed for 10 years or less) and associates (those on the path to licensure) He asked them to draw a person, either a full figure or a face. The winner would receive his $100 gift certificate. You could feel a shiver of excitement run through the room at this unexpected twist of events: the Drink and Draw wasnt over! There was yet another competition. Ten minutes later, Mr. Yoshino thoughtfully looked over the entries and chose the winner: a close-up of an eyeball. Drawing by hand takes you back to the first reason of why you want to become an architect, Ms. Muriente said at the end of the evening. And this is why we do this to remember that this is where we started, drawing by hand. Joyce Owens, Florida AIA president and principal of Architecture Joyce Owens, said architecture and the ability to sketch go hand-in-hand. If you cant draw the space that you imagine, you wont be a good architect, Ms. Owens said. Drawing is an architects opportunity to explore space, light and shade, structure and form, without restraint. And, its our most valuable communication tool, because it can inspire others with our conceptual ideas. VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYEntries for the first three competitions in the Drink and Draw. Brian Gladden pins his drawing on the board. Judges Amie Calisti, Lourdes Solera and Virgil Campaneria start a discussion about the double meaning of an entry signed Picasso. Is it an arrow on a wall or a female nude? Sherryl Muriente, moderator of the contest and inventor of the game, explains the rules and keeps the group on task. Entries for the the Drink and Draw. Overall Winner by Donald Yoshino is marked by expert penmanship appearing to be a watercolor brush. Contestants display their talents through a wide variety of drawing styles and design ideas.

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C6 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOTHEATERJames and the Giant Peach By KidzAct of The Naples Players Aug. 11-13 in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or www. naplesplayers.org.Women in Jeopardy By Theatre Conspiracy Aug. 11-26 at the Alliance for the Arts. 10091 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers. 936-3239 or www.artinlee.org.The Smell of the Kill By Laboratory Theater of Florida through Aug. 20. 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers. 218-0481 or LaboratoryTheaterFlorida. com.Mary Poppins By Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre through Aug. 12. 1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers. 278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.She Kills Monsters By The Naples Players Oct. 11-Nov. 5 at Sugden Community Theater. 263-7990 or www. naplesplayers.org. Paradise By Gulfshore Playhouse Oct. 14-29 at The Norris Center. 755 Eighth Ave. S. (866) 811-4111 or www. gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Sex Please Were Sixty By The Marco Players Oct. 25-Nov. 12 at The Marco Players Theater. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www.marcoplayers. org. THURSDAY8.10Lit Lecture Hodges University hosts a talk about Astrid Lundgren, author of the Pippi Longstocking books, with university professor Wes Boozer from 10:45-11:45 p.m. at the Carlisle Naples. Free. 6945 Carlisle Court. 5986140 or www.hodges.edu. FRIDAY8.11Art Awards Naples Art Association hosts an awards ceremony, reception and live music by Joel Osment for Your Choice 2017, the annual exhibition of NAA member works, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The exhibition will hang through Sept. 29. $10. 585 Park St. 2626517 or www.naplesart.org. Ma Belle Liverpool Live performs a tribute to The Beatles from 6-10 p.m. at Southwest Florida Events Center. $25$75. 11515 Bonita Beach Road. 245-9910 or www.swflpac.com. SATURDAY8.12To Market, To Market Third Street South hosts a farmers market from 7:30-11:30 a.m. 434-6533 or www. thirdstreetsouth.com.Live Opera Silverspot Cinema at Mercato screens a live performance of the Royal Opera House production of Verdis Otello at 10 a.m. $25-$26. 5920300 or www.silverspot.net.Nature Film The Conservancy of Southwest Florida screens Disneynatures Wings of Life at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. 1495 Smith Preserve Way. 262-0304 or www.conservancy.org. Stand-Up Guy Comedian Gary Owen (The Gary Owen Show, Think Like A Man) hits the stage at Off The Hook Comedy Club tonight and Sunday, Aug. 13. 2500 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 389-6901 or www.offthehookcomedy.com. SUNDAY8.13Rise and Shine Experimental Aircraft Association 1067Naples hosts an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet from 8-11 a.m. at Naples Municipal Airport. $5, benefits the EAA Young Eagles program. 649-6627 or visit www.eaa1067. com.Beach Treasures Set out with a guide at Delnor-Wiggins State Park and learn about seashells, sea creatures and tidal movement at 9:30 a.m. Free with park entry fee. 597-6196 or www.floridastateparks.gov. Classic Film Paragon Pavilion hosts a 50th anniversary screening of Bonnie & Clyde (1967) starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway at 2 and 7:10 p.m. $15. 833 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 596-0008 or www.paragontheaters.com.RAWR! Silverspot Cinema screens the adventure classic Jurassic Park (1993) at 2 and 7 p.m. 592-0300 or www. silverspot.net.Foreign Film FGCUs Renaissance Academy screens My Life as a Zucchini (France, 2016) at 2 p.m. After losing his mother, a young boy is sent to a foster home with other orphans his age and learns the meaning of love and trust. $6 for members, $8 for others. 1010 Fifth Ave. S. 434-4737 or www.fgcu.edu. MONDAY8.14Songwriter Showcase The Marco Players present singer/songwriter Andy Wahlberg in concert at 7 p.m. followed by a reception, Q&A and jam session until 10 p.m. $30-$35. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www.themarcoplayers.com. Films for Film Lovers Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs screens Women on the 6th Floor (France, 2010) at 7 p.m. In 1960s Paris, a conservative couples lives are turned upside down by two Spanish maids. $10. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or www. artcenterbonita.org. TUESDAY8.15For The Birds Rookery Bay Environmental Learning center hosts a light breakfast and lecture about citizen science from 9-10:30 a.m. $10 for members, $15 for others. 300 Tower Road. 5305940 or www.rookerybay.org. Poetry and Piano Florida Poet Laureate Peter Meinke and composer William Dawson Jr. present their original collaborations at 7 p.m. at Naples United Church of Christ. Performances by soprano Steffanie Pearce, soprano Nadia Marshall, baritone Christopher Holloway and pianist Richard Bosworth. $40. 5200 Crayton Road. 646734-8179 or www.grandpianoseries.com. WEDNESDAY8.16Wild Wednesdays Naples Botanical Gardens conservation team leads a walk through the gardens natural areas in the Smith Upland Preserve from 9-10 a.m. Free with regular admission. 6434737 or www.naplesgarden.org. Lifelong Learning Naples Botanical Garden hosts a behind-the-scenes native orchid tour from 10 a.m. to noon. $15 for members, $20 for others. 6434737 or www.naplesgarden.org. Jig Is Up Traditional Irish musicians take the stage and kick up their heels at 7 p.m. at Riptide Brewing Company. 987 Third Ave. N. 228-6533 or www.riptidebrewingcompany.com. Crystal Clear The Gypsy Sea Witch hosts a crystal bowl meditation at 7 p.m. at Koreshan State Historic Site. $15-$20, must pre-register at website. 754444-9779 or www.thegypsyseawitch.com. COMING UPThe Elders Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a guided walk to see the preserves strand of ancient bald cypress knees from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Aug. 17. $10-$25. 348-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org.SUP Dudes Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park hosts a beginning paddle boarding lesson at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, with instructors from Naples Beach Adventures. $15, plus park entry fee. Reservations required. 431-0958 or www.naplesbeachadventures.com. Third Thursday Musicians Steve and Shelley perform from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, at Third Street Souths Fleischmann Courtyard. Free. 434-6533 or www.thirdstreetsouth.com.SummerJazz on the Gulf Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club presents Gloria West and The Gents when the 32nd season of SummerJazz on the Gulf concerts continues from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19. Free. 2612222 or www. naplesbeachhotel.com.Eurocentric Opera Naples hosts a Eurofest celebration featuring Italian cuisine and music at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at Ristorante Ciao. $90. 835 Fourth Ave. S. 963-9050 or www.operanaples.org. Bridal Blast Southwest Floridas best wedding vendors converge from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20, at Germain Arena to offer their services to local brides-to-be. $5, brides can enter for prizes, including a honeymoon to Turks & Caicos, on the website. www.bridalblastfla.com. Partial Eclipse of the Sun Headquarters Regional Library supplies a limited number of solar eclipse glasses from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21, for people who want to view the Great American Solar Eclipse. 2385 Orange Blossom Drive. 593-0334 or www.collierlibrary.org.Songwriter Showcase The Marco Players hosts Sawgrass Cindy Hackney in concert at 7 p.m. followed by a reception, Q&A and jam session until 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21. $30-$35. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www. themarcoplayers.com. Cast A Net Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park hosts a session on cast netting for bait at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 24. Free with park admission. 597-6196 or www.floridastateparks.gov. Songwriter Showcase The Marco Players presents singer/songwriter Joerey Ortiz in concert at 7 p.m. followed by a reception, Q&A and jam session until 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28. $30-$35. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www.themarcoplayers.com. Piano Concert Pianist Bryan Wallick performs works by Liszt, Bach, Brahms and Albeniz from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Shangri-La Springs. 27750 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs. 646734-8179 or www.grandpianoseries.com. Turtle Time Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park presents a talk about sea turtles at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 31. Free with park admission. 597-6196 or www.floridastateparks.gov.Art Celebration Florida Gulf Coast University hosts an art walk with multiple exhibitions to celebrate the schools 20th anniversary from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31. Events include a curators talk, reception for the exhibition 0 Years: The Creation of FGCU and a final reception and performance at the ArtLab Library. 590-7199 or www.artgallery.fgcu.edu. Art, Drink and Be Merry Naples Art Association invites guests to sip wine while instructors help them complete an acrylic painting from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31. $50. 585 Park St. 2626517 or www.naplesart.org.Om in the Swamp Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a meditation session with spiritual guide Bethanny Gonzalez from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 2, in the preserves natural amphitheater. $10-$20. 348-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Free Concert Rockin Horse performs from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 7, on the lawn at Mercato. 254-1080 or www.mercatoshops.com. Free Film Mercato screens The Angry Birds Movie (2016) on the lawn at sunset on Tuesday, Sept. 13. When an island populated by happy, flightless birds is visited by mysterious green piggies, its up to three unlikely outcasts to figure out what the porkers are up to. 254-1080 or www.mercatoshops.com.COURTESY PHOTOSilverspot Cinema at Mercato screens a live performance of the Royal Opera House production of Verdis Otello staring tenor Jonas Kaufmann starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 12. www.silverspot.net.

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#HEAR IT Harp Harp guitarist guitarist Andy Andy Wahlberg Wahlberg is is next up when next up when the J. Roberts the J. Roberts Songwriter Songwriter Showcase Showcase continues from continues from 6:30-10 p.m. 6:30-10 p.m. Monday at Monday at The Marco The Marco Players Players Theater. Theater. www. www. themarco themarco players.com players.com8.13 8.138.11 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C7 Things get dicey Things get dicey when when Gary Owen Gary Owen steps up to the mic at steps up to the mic at Off The Hook Comedy Off The Hook Comedy Club Thursday through Club Thursday through Sunday. Sunday. www. www. offthehookcomedy.com offthehookcomedy.com8.10-13 KidzAct, The Naples KidzAct, The Naples Players company of young Players company of young actors, presents actors, presents James James and the Giant Peach Jr. and the Giant Peach Jr. Friday through Sunday Friday through Sunday in the Tobye Studio at in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community the Sugden Community Theatre. See story on page Theatre. See story on page C1. C1. www.naples players.org www.naples players.org8.11-13 WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOSummerJazz on the Gulf Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club presents Late Night Brass when the 32nd season of SummerJazz on the Gulf concerts concludes from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16. Free. 2612222 or www .naplesbeachhotel.com. Third Thursday Love Hunter performs from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, at Third Street Souths Fleischmann Courtyard. Free. 434-6533 or www. thirdstreetsouth.com.Nosh & Shop Waterside Shops hosts the fifth annual Craving Fashion culinary and fashion event where guests can see the latest fashions available at retailers and enjoy bites from dozens of area restaurants from 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22. Proceeds benefit United Way of Collier County. 598-1605 or www. watersideshops.com. Art ALIVE The museums and studios of Naples Art District, located behind Airport-Pulling and Pine Ridge Roads, open their doors to the public from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4. Over forty professional artists will showcase their recent works and demonstration their medium. Free. 596-5099 or www. naplesartdistrict.com. Wicked Game Rock n roll crooner Chris Isaak performs at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. $43-$63. 481-4849 or www.bbmanpah.com.Met Live Paragon Pavilion screens a live Metropolitan Opera performance of Bellinis Norma at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, Oct 7. $18-$24. 833 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 596-0008 or www.paragontheaters.com. Met Live Paragon Pavilion screens a live Metropolitan Opera performance of Mozarts Die Zauberflote at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. $18-$24. 833 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 596-0008 or www. paragontheaters.com. American Pie Don McLean performs at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at Southwest Florida Events Center. $52$77. 11515 Bonita Beach Road. 245-9910 or www.swflpac.com. Youth Day Koreshan State Historic Site hosts Youth Empowerment Day with a fishing clinic, self-defense demonstrations, guided hikes and more from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15. Free with park entry fee. 3800 Corkscrew Road. 992-0311 or www.floridastateparks.gov. Free Film Mercato screens Legally Blonde (2001) on the lawn at sunset on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Elle Woods follows her ex-boyfriend to law school and figures out theres more to her than good looks. Free. 254-1080 or www.mercatoshops.com.Tribute Concert Southwest Florida Event Center hosts a dinner show featuring Van Halen tribute band Completely Unchained from 6-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20. $25-$75. 11515 Bonita Beach Road. 245-9910 or www.swflpac.comHow Does Your Garden Grow? Naples Yard & Garden Show hosts vendors, horticultural experts, lectures and more from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, at Collier Extension Services. $5. 14700 Immokalee Road. 352-4800. Email calendar listings and highresolution photos to Lindsey Nesmith at lnesmith@floridaweekly.com. Please send Word or text documents and jpgs with time, date, location, cost and contact information. No pdfs or photos of fliers. Deadline for calendar submissions is noon Monday. No phone calls, please. Paragon Pavilion Paragon Pavilion hosts a 50th hosts a 50th anniversary screening anniversary screening of of Bonnie & Clyde Bonnie & Clyde (1967) starring Warren (1967) starring Warren Beatty and Faye Beatty and Faye Dunaway at 2 and 7:10 Dunaway at 2 and 7:10 p.m. Sunday. $15. 833 p.m. Sunday. $15. 833 Vanderbilt Beach Road. Vanderbilt Beach Road. www. www. paragontheaters.com paragontheaters.com Naples Art Association hosts a reception and awards presentation for its annual members-only Your Choice exhibition from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday. Pictured here are: Mila Bridgers Painting of the Sunset and Carl Clarks Isle of Palms. (Inset) www.naplesart.org

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C10 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY ARTS COMMENTARYJack Frost nipping at your nose and everything elseTheres no hell like being forced to socialize with people you dont like unless its being married to someone you cant stand Thats the fate of Debra, Nicky and Molly in Laboratory Theaters The Smell of the Kill. The three women are married to men who have been buddies since college. The couples get together monthly, rotating homes. Theyve been doing it for years. But the wives dont really like each other and have only the most superficial of relationships. And as for their husbands (who remain off-stage and are only heard, never seen) well, theyre condescending jerks who boss their wives around. Ones a control freak, checking on with his wife every two hours. Ones an adulterer, and the other is under indictment for embezzlement. Not exactly candidates for Husband of the Year. The embezzler, who likes to hunt and kill defenseless animals for sport, has just spent $8,000 on a meat locker in his basement. While showing it to his buddies, he and his friends accidentally lock themselves inside it. When the wives realize this, theyre faced with a dilemma: Do they get their husbands out, or do they let them freeze to death? The play by Michele Lowe got off to a bumpy start at Lab Theater. The women playing the wives each have a different hair color: platinum blonde, red and brunette, which makes you think the characters might be stereotypes too. Opening lines were hard to hear, as the characters clattered dishes and plates. (Some lines later on were also difficult to catch, as the audience was laughing and drowning them out. I trust the actors will learn to pause to accommodate the laughter.) The concept of having the husbands in the next room, calling out through a door that opened when they spoke, was also frustrating. The men sometimes sounded as if they were talking out of a tin can. It also wasnt totally clear what the men were doing: watching football or golf on the TV? Also practicing golf shots? But soon enough, the play found its feet, as the women bickered and sniped, then gossiped about each other whenever one of them left the room. The action all takes place in a big kitchen in a $1.2 million house in Winnetka, Ill. The set by Michael Eyth is one of the Lab Theaters more accomplished sets, complete with a refrigerator, stove and an island with a sink. (Though I wish the walls had been painted a more sophisticated color. If youd added more tables, it wouldve looked like the setting of a Mexican restaurant chain.) A more surreal kitchen wouldve been fun and fitting for this offbeat play. This dark comedy is light fare, but despite myself, I began liking these women, even though they are not totally likeable characters. Theyre wealthy and entitled and thoroughly shallow, but they have enough funny lines that I began to laugh. Consistently. The actresses definitely help elevate the material. Tera Nicole Miller plays Debra, a sophisticated real estate agent who looks down her nose at the other two, like a classic Hitchcockian blonde ice queen. Its entertaining to see her break down onstage. Jessica Walck is Molly, the ditzy wife whose face clouds when she has to think. Shes so moneyed that she thinks being poor means you have to drive a Ford Focus. Rounding out the trio is Lucy Sundby as Nicky, the wife of the embezzler and the evenings hostess. A new mother, shes competent, but shes also full of rage. And boy, is she full of surprises. Shes also the character Id most like to hang out with, though part of that might have to do with the fact that shes an editor. Director Carmen Crussard has cast this show well and despite the material, keeps the play more theatrical than sitcom-y. I wish she had smoothed out some of the plays rough edges, however, and made the mens dialogue clearer. As the evening wears on in this oneact play, the wine flows and more secrets are revealed. Will the women rescue the men, or will they just let them freeze to death? They discuss it. They argue vehemently. The Smell of the Kill is deliciously wicked. Im sure more than one husband in the audience slept with one eye open that night. Is it high theater? No. Did it make me laugh? Yes. And you cant argue with that. nancySTETSONnstetson@floridaweekly.com The Smell of the Kill>> When: Through Aug. 26 >> Where: Laboratory Theater of Florida, 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers >> Cost: $27 ($12 for students) >> Info: 218-0481 or www.laboratorytheaterorida.com COURTESY PHOTOTera Nicole Miller, Lucy Sundby and Jessica Walck star in Smell of the Kill as women who share a growing disdain for their husbands.

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C12 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY A. Your vision with an uncorrected cataractB. Your vision Jonathan M. Frantz, M.D., FACS Medical Director Dont Let Cataracts Hinder Your Life.A B d catarac t ct or f e PUZZLES PREPOSITION REPETITION HOROSCOPESVIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Watch that penchant for being super-judgmental at work. It might create a bad impression with someone whose decisions could determine the course of your career. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Youve been your usual busy-bee self, gathering nectar wherever you can find it. But nows a good time to kick back, relax and just enjoy smelling the roses. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) That pesky personal situation seems to be improving. But change comes slowly, so be pa tient. Expect someone to bring more positive news by weeks end. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Whoa. Ease up on that hectic pace youve been putting yourself through. Take time to recharge your energy levels before going full gallop again. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Try to be intrigued, not intimidated, by the issues youre suddenly facing, and youll be ahead of the game. Dont be afraid to demand answers to your questions. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) New associates freezing you out of their inner circle? Never mind. Put a warm smile on that friendly face of yours, and youll soon thaw them all down to size. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your wise guidance helps colleagues agree to compromise and move forward. Meanwhile, there are still vital issues you need to deal with in your personal life. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) As eager as you are to take on that new challenge, it would be best to temper that spurt of Ram-bunctious energy until you have more facts to back up your decision. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This is a good time for hardworking Bovines to take a break from their hectic on-the-job schedules to bask in the unconditional love and support of friends and family. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Pay attention to what you hear in the workplace. You could pick up some hints about possible changes. Meanwhile, a new infusion of creative energy sets in by weeks end. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Try to be more flexible in dealing with a suddenly difficult situation, whether its on the job or in the home. Others might have some good points to offer. Listen to them. BORN THIS WEEK: You enjoy being free with your emotions, but you also can exercise disciplined focus. You would make a fine artist. SEE ANSWERS, C11 SEE ANSWERS, C11 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine.Difficulty level: By Linda Thistle SUDOKU

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 C17 AS SEEN IN THE SCOUT GUIDE NAPLES Lee McCarthy, PresidentWHEN YOUR JOURNEY FROM A DREAM TO A GREAT STORY INCLUDES US, YOU TRAVEL BETTER. COMING UP NEXT...SEPTEMBER 1, 2017VINCENZO BETULIAGenius behind The French, Tulia & Bar TuliaCRAVE CULINAIRE & VENUE NAPLES PRESENTS POP UP DINNER SERIESFOR TICKETS VISIT US ONLINEVenueNaples.com/Tickets DAVID SPEEGLEof the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore August 17 | 6:30pm Dinner $75 Dinner & Wine Pairing $125 Dinner will include up close and personal demonstrations with Craves chefs and a multi course tasting menu featuring local ingredients. With Guest Chef Special Guest Appearance By: Mike Anderson of Daniel Cohn Wines LATEST FILMSThe Nut Job 2: Nutty By NatureIs it worth $10? NoThe Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature is not just atrocious, its insulting to the human race. Literally. The only decent humans in the film are the cops in the end; everyone else seems to come straight from hell. Somewhere I feel like the filmmakers are laughing at the poor schleps who pay money to see their species get endlessly derided for 91 minutes. Its so egregious that even mans best friend, a dog, sides with life in the wild over the safety of domesticity. In the 2014 original, Surly the purple squirrel (Will Arnett) spent most of the movie gaining access to a nut store. By the end he and his kind enjoyed free and complete rein to an endless supply of nuts, so all was well. At the start of The Nut Job 2, the store blows up. Easy come, easy go. Now forced to scrounge for food in the park once again, Surly and his rat friend Buddy (Tom Kenny) soon have bigger problems: The evil mayor (Bobby Moynihan) wants to destroy their home and build an amusement park in its place. The mayor is so comically over-the-top villainous that his daughter (Isabela Moner) is a nightmare, hes avaricious with a maniacal laugh, and he drives on the sidewalk during traffic jams, recklessly endangering all in his way.The animals, led by Surly and Andie (Katherine Heigl), fight back. They make life impossible for the construction workers, leading the mayor to call in a needlessly cruel exterminator (Peter Stormare). But lets pause here for a moment to grasp whats happening. The mayor, greedy as he may be, is trying to build something his citizens may enjoy. The animals are being displaced and are resisting the change, and director Cal Brunker has us siding with the animals even though we should be siding with the guy who wants to do a nice thing for us humans. It gets worse. The humans are odious throughout, but the damage and danger caused by the animals is nothing to laugh at (additionally, FYI, nothing in the movie is funny). Bulldozers topple over, an office trailer is destroyed, trucks are impossibly upended by a group of mice. All of these things endanger people who are just doing their jobs. I know, I know. The animals are endangered too. But two wrongs dont make a right. And I know, I know. Im talking about warped perspective in an animated film aimed solely at kids, and I seem to be taking it far too seriously. But the fact that this message is aimed at kids is why Im taking it so seriously. Children are impressionable and nave, and its not a stretch to think they could walk out of The Nut Job 2 thinking all animals are friendly and need to be protected and all humans are evil and up to no good. Neither is true. Worse, they could believe that taking any measures necessary to protect animals is okay as long as you stop people from doing bad things. The inherent subjectivity in this is not accounted for, which means the extremes depicted make this a dangerous message to send. Making it all worse is how tone-deaf writers Brunker, Bob Barlen and Scott Bindley are. At one point the animals joke about hollowing out and killing trees. Irony, anyone? Worse, pug Frankie (Bobby Cannavale) mentions teaching his puppies the skills they need to be competitive in the dog marketplace. For what? Frankie just chose to live in the wild, so what would his pups be in the competitive market for? Ive never seen a movie as blatantly anti-human as The Nut J ob 2: N utty By Nature. If the intention was a message of environmental protection, it gets woefully lost. Its not just bad, its derogatory to the very people who pay money to see it. Keep your integrity and avoid a movie thats giving you a middle finger. n t c a i t dan HUDAKpunchdrunkmovies.com >> Jackie Chan provides the voice of Mr. Feng, a Kung Fughting mouse; its his rst animated lm outside the Kung Fu Panda universe. COSMOSPIZZANAPLES.COM LUNCH DINNER TO-GO CATERING The Finest i n Aut hentic & Inspired Italian Cuisine Visit Us On The Naples PierLOCATED IN THE HEART OF NAPLES, JUST A HALF MILE NORTH OF 5TH AVENUE SOUTH536 Tamiami Trail North, Naples239-262-8181 FREE GLASS HOUSE WINE with purchase of entree Dine in only. Offer expires August 17, 2017.

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENTSun-Thu 6-9pmFri-Sat 6:30-9:30pm SAVE THE DATE The fourth annual Party with a Purpose takes place from 5-9:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Hilton Naples. This years honoree is longtime Neapolitan Thelma Hodges. Proceeds will benefit Dress for Success and Act-So, an Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics designed to recruit, stimulate and encourage high academics and cultural achievement among high school students. The brainchild of Naples residents Barbara and Daniel Melvin as a way to give back to others in celebration of their birthdays and anniversary, Party with a Purpose includes dinner, silent and live auctions, a rum tasting and more. Co-chairs this year are Nancy and Skip Potter; emcees are Joe Turner and Vicky Tracy. Sponsors includes the Potters as well as TLC Marketing & Creative Services and WAVV 101.1-FM. Sponsorships are still available. Tickets for $125 can be purchased at www.partywithapurpose4@hilton.eventbrite.com. For more information, call Mr. Melvin 348-2742 or email danielmelvin@ comcast.net. Waterside Shops hosts the fifth annual Craving Fashion culinary and fashion event where guests can see the latest fashions available at retailers and enjoy bites from dozens of area restaurants from 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22. Proceeds benefit United Way of Collier County. For more information as the date nears, call 598-1605 or visit www.watersideshops.com. The Purple Party Masquerade hosted by the NextGen Committee of The Shelter for Abused Women & Children takes place from 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, at Cavo Lounge. NextGen members and other young professionals gather to raise awareness to end domestic violence and human trafficking. Tickets are $65 and include one drink (cash bar available), hors doeuvres and entertainment. Lisa Hulme is this years chair, and Mike Gebeau is vice-chair. For tickets or more information, including details about sponsorship opportunities, call Rebecca Thompson at 775-3862 or go to www.naplesshelter.org/ purpleparty. Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida honors its 2017 Business Hall of Fame-Collier County laureates during a dinner and awards ceremony Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. For information about tickets and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.JASWFL.org. High fashion collides with high art at Scene to be Seen: A Runway Art Show to benefit the Naples Art Association from 6:30-10:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at Volvo Cars of Naples. Jewelry designer Amanda Jaron chairs the evening that will include a runway show, sales gallery and live auction featuring clothing and accessories for men and women by local artists and designers from Los Angeles, New York, the Philippines and Italy. In addition to A.Jaron Fine Jewelry and Volvo Cars of Naples, sponsors to date include Shulas at the Hilton Naples, Johnny Was, First Florida Integrity Bank, Gulfshore Life and Salons by JC. Tickets range from $25 for students to $150 for a VIP package. For tickets or more information, call the Naples Art Association at 262-6517, ext. 121. The Community Foundation of Collier County hosts the 2017 Celebration of Philanthropy luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. The following awards will be presented: The Robert C. Cosgrove Award, Patty and Jay Baker; the Harvey Kapnick Award, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida; Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy Award, Wynns SIERRA BALDWIN / FLORIDA WEEKLYPACE Center For Girls-Collier at Immokalee and White House Black Market present the seventh annual Love That Dress! from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. 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C20 WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY THIS WEEK ON WGCUTVTHURSDAY, AUG. 10, 10 P.M. Close to You Remembering the Carpenters Trace the Carpenters career through the eyes of Richard Carpenter and the siblings friends in the music business. FRIDAY, AUG. 11, 10:30 P.M. Joe Bonamassa Live at Carnegie Hall An Acoustic Evening The guitar great performs at the storied venue. SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 11 P.M. Eat Fat, Get Thin with Dr. Mark Hyman Learn about a weight-loss and healthy living program based on the latest science. Dr. Hyman explains how eating fat can help promote weight loss and optimum health and offers practical tools, meal plans, recipes and step-by-step, easy-to-follow advice. SUNDAY, AUG. 13, 8 P.M. Endeavour Season 3, Part 4: Coda Recruited by a college mentor to monitor the movements of his estranged younger wife, Endeavour finds himself drawn to the woman he is investigating. MONDAY, AUG. 14, 8 P.M. Magic Moments The Best of s Pop Recording artists of the 1950s, including The McGuire Sisters, Debbie Reynolds and Rosemary Clooney, reunite and perform. TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 11 P.M. Ed Slotts Retirement Roadmap Learn how to take retirement savings on a permanent vacation from taxes and avoid Uncle Sam. This program helps viewers navigate the potholes, detours and road blocks to a prosperous and worry-free retirement. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 9:30 P.M. Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution This revolutionary performance fuses classical music with classic rock in a concert filmed live at the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest. Endeavor, Aug. 13 Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution, Aug. 16 SERVING NAPLES THE FINEST PRODUCTS FOR OVER 70 YEARS 141 TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH, NAPLES 239.261.7157 WYNNSONLINE.COM 7 7 Meat SpecialsDomestic Baby Back Ribs $2.99 a poundMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 8/17/17.Meat SpecialsChicken Leg Quarters $.69 per poundMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 8/17/17.Meat SpecialsUSDA Choice Bone In Ribeye $8.99 a poundMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 8/17/17. Deli specialsFREE HOT DOGS Thur & Friday Starting at 11:00 am for the 1st 100 customers Deli specialsBoars Head Smoked Ham & Buttercase Cheese Sandwiches $3.99 eachSaturday, August 12 Deli specialsCHEESE CASE SAMPLING 2-4PM Thursday & Friday Aug 10 & 11Old Fashioned Customer Appreciation SaleAugust 10,11,12MARIACHI BAND | Friday 12 to 2pmFREE GOODIE BAGS while supplies last GUESS THE WEIGHT OF THE LOBSTER and a 10 SPEED BIKE GIVEAWAY from Fiji water Saturday

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 C21 Fort Myers 239-437-8480 North Fort Myers 239-997-3784 Bonita Springs 239-676-9911 Naples 239-643-7070 North Naples 239-294-1220 Call our stores for our latest specials! Summer Deals! SAVE 50% Buy an Edible To Go Item, Get a Premium 12-Count Dipped FruitTM Box for JUST $19.50!*($39 VALUE) EXCLUSIVE IN-STORE OFFER! FIND YOUR NEW SUMMER FAVORITE!*Smoothies available at select store locations ask a Fruit Expert for details. Offer valid until 9/1/17. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Restrictions may apply. See store for details. Edible, Edible Arrangements, and the Fruit Basket Logo, are registered trademarks of Edible IP, LLC. 2017 Edible IP LLC. All rights reserved. www.facebook.com/EdibleNapleswww.facebook.com/EdibleNorthNaples LIKE US ON FACEBOOK Naples Estero 8990 FONTANA DEL SOL WAY NAPLES, FL 34109 (239) 431-7611 8001 PLAZA DEL LAGO DRIVE ESTERO, FL 33928 (239) 992-7611 bokampers.com mondays 50 wings Tuesdays $5 burgers SERVED WITH American Fries wednesdays $999 Ribs, kids eat half off + double mvp pointsnew thursdays $999 chicken fajitas + $499 margaritas & Modelos ditch fridays 4-6PM now inside & outside for the summer$1 beers, $2 craft beer, $3 wines, $4 cocktails, 1/2 off apps, live entertainmentmon-fri all day happy hour 11:30AM-7PM Sun-Thu 50% off drinks 10PM-close*daily specials are subject to change buy oneget onedrinksbuy one drink and receive the second drink of equal or lesser value free. present coupon to your server. one coupon per guest per visit. not valid with limited time offers or daily specials. coupons cannot be duplicated and have no cash value. cannot be combined with any other offers. tax and gratuity excluded. valid at naples & estero bokampers sports bar & grill locations. valid through 8/23/17. SUMMER GRILLING PROMO AUGUST 8 TH 27 TH STARTERS FEATURES SWEET LIBATION New Naples Location9110 Strada Place| (239) 631-8964 N N LIBATION LIBATION N N N N O O O O L L L L I L L O T A T T A A A A A B B T A B N N N I I O O T T L O O I I I B B B B T T I A A A A A A A O O N N N O O O O O N N N N N N T T I I T A A B HAPPY HOUR Seven Days a Week 3pm-6pm CELEBRITY EXTRAGood news about Good Behavior BY CINDY ELAVSKYQ: Michelle Dockery is so wonderful in Good Behavior. Will the show be back for another season? Ali F., The Villages, Fla.A: Ten new episodes of the TNT hit drama based on a series of books by Blake Crouch and starring the Downton Abbey begin at 9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15. Michelle is thief and con-artist Letty Raines, whose life is always one wrong turn or one bad decision away from implosion. As the second season opens, Letty has patched things up with Javier (Juan Diego Botto) and reconciled with her mother, Estelle (Lusia Strus), who had long stood in the way of Letty getting custody of Jacob (Nyles Steele). On the run from FBI Agent Rhonda Lashever (guest star Ann Dowd), Letty, Javier and Jacob are heading for a new life trying to be normal. But the more Letty and Javier try to create a normal life, the more things go awry. Their attempt to build a better future for Jacob soon proves futile when something more dangerous than the FBI catches up with them: the past. Q: I keep hearing talk about another season of Arrested Development, but I cant get any confirmation. Do you know whats going on? Linda R., via emailA: We are indeed going to get a new season of the cult-hit niche comedy. Series star Jason Bateman (who plays Michael Bluth) recently tweeted that the cast will be back in production in August. Of course, it took a little while to align busy shooting schedules because of everyones other projects, but the next season is finally coming together. I am happy to report that season five, with 17 episodes and the full original cast, will return to Netflix sometime in 2018. Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or send an email to letters@cindyelavsky.com.TURNER BROADCASTING / COURTESY PHOTOMichelle Dockery

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C22 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY 239 435 1166 1177 THIRD STREET SOUTH, NAPLES FLORIDA CAMPIELLO.DAMICO.COM 239 430 0955 4691 9TH STREET NORTH, NAPLES FLORIDA NAPLES.DAMICOANDSONS.COM239 213 3357 494 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH, NAPLES FLORIDA CAFELURCAT.COM 239 659 0007 1205 THIRD STREET SOUTH, NAPLES FLORIDA DAMICOSCONTINENTAL.COM Al Nigh WednesdaSTEAK&LOBSTER2-Courses $29.95Sunda Dat Nigh3-Course Dinner $50 per coupleLunc SpeciaPick one from each category $14 per person DAILY Happy HourDaily 4-6pm $5 Wine, Beer & $6 Appetizers Daily 10pm-close 50% OFF Bar Menu & Bar Menu DrinksSummer Dining MenuSunday Tuesday 5-Close 3 Courses $35.95New Voyage MenuTaste TokyoLUNCH SPECIALChoose 2 Items / Select Menu Monday-Saturday $12 per personBOTTOMLESS BUBBLESSUNDAY DURING BRUNCH Endless Mimosas or Bubbles 11am-2pm $10.99DAILY EARLY EVENING SUPPER4pm 5:30pm $19.99 2 Courses with Endless Glass of WineEarly Dining Menu2 Courses $28.95 5-6pmLunch SpecialChoose 2 Items / Select Menu $12 per person Served DailyChampagne TuesdaysProgressive Pour on Perrier-Jout Champagne by the Glass (Available in the lounge and bar only) COURTESY PHOTOS Like us on Facebook.com/NaplesFloridaWeekly to see more photos. We take more society and business networking photos at area e vents than we can t in the newspaper. Send us your society and business networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. Email them to cpierce@ oridaweekly.com. SOCIETYRethinking Resale at the Guadalupe Center boutique 1. Pat Anderson and Gia Heitman 2. Werner Schroeder and Mary Lane 3. Karen Stupalski and Cate Richards 4. Susan Todaro and Beverly Schroeder 5. Sue Fularczyk, Susan Morgan and Mary Weinerth 6. Cathy Mahom and Heloisa Dijani 7. Anna Re and Carol LaConfora 1 2 4 6 3 5 7 Amy Chancy, Sergio Najera and Jessica LeClair COU RTE S Y PH O T OS c y o a c a ir 4

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C23 PromenadeShops.com 26795 South Bay Drive Bonita Springs, Florida 34134 style pursuitsSUBLIME PLAYFUL FANTASTIC flavorsatastes.atasteful.ahere!Shop, dine andexperienceOVER25ONE-OF-A-KIND DESTINATIONS. SUE HUFF / COURTESY PHOTOS Like us on Facebook.com/NaplesFloridaWeekly to see more photos. We take more society and business networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. Send us your society and business networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. Email them to cpierce@ oridaweekly.com. SOCIETYBack to school with Friends of Foster Children Forever 1. Sarah Powell and Sylvia Powell 2. Jeanne Nealon and Donovin Matias 3. Raley Kirby, Meredith Kirby and Harper Kirby 4. Gisela Estrada, Vanessa Estrada, Eric Montano and Daniela Montejo 5. Ted Drake, Chloe Drake, Vi Steffan and Misty Drake 6. Samuel Febles 7. Patti Liebing, Meresa Ferguson and Janet Duncan 8. Lea Custodio and Jaeleigh 9. Estela Ortiz and Isabel Hautmann 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 5 7 5 DeShaun Florence

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C24 WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY rowseafood.com 239.389.69012500 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 1100, Naples, FL 34109 LIVE ENTERTAINMENTWednesday 5:00-7:30pm EVERY TUESDAY NIGHTLOBSTAH FEST Whole Main Lobsterwith Potatoes & Corn on the CobHouse Cut Prime Ribwith Baked Potato & Seasonal Vegetables OR HAPPY HOURTuesday-Sunday 4:00-6:00pmHalf Price Cocktails & Bar Menu EVERY WEDNESDAYULTIMATE DANCE & LEGENDS SHOW DUOMANHATTAN CONNECTION THE DISHThe Dish: Duck Breast with Caramelized Fig and Port Reduction The Price: $24 The Place: IM Tapas 965 Fourth Ave. N. The Hours: Monday-Saturday, open at 5:30 p.m. The Menu: www.imtapas.com The Details: Youre transported to a cozy Barcelona bistro, perfect for enjoying all the traditional flavors, elegance and passions of Spain, when you enter IM Tapas. Nestled in the heart of Naples, this true insiders secret is both intimate restaurant and art gallery. Flamenco and jazz caress your thoughts as you savor the warm bread and piquillo pepperhummus dip. Start with artichoke hearts filled with Serrano ham and Manchego cheese, luscious spinach or salt cod croquettes, Jamn de Bellota, paellas, seared octopus or a skewer of Moroccan spiced pork tenderloin. I love the exquisite panko-crusted zucchini flowers filled with melted goat cheese and shallots. But my fave is the 8-ounce Pennsylvania Peking duck breast, served medium rare and perfectly charred, with caramelized fig and a sprig of flashfried basil that melts like snow on your tongue. Pair this with a glass of Antidoto Tempranillo or Domaine Serene Pinot Noir and savor every drop of the ruby red port reduction. One More Thing: Finish your meal at IM Tapas with crema Catalana with a touch of orange rind and cinnamon, coffee flan baked by the chefs mom or a fresh baked tarta de Santiago. Ivan Seligman ivandenaples@hotmail.com

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 C25 COME FOR THE FOOD, STAY FOR THE SPORTS! Naples 239-352-4233, Pebblebrooke Plaza, 15215 Collier Blvd # 301, Naples, FL 34119 MONDAY G GOU RME T T BURGERS, B BBQ & BRE W W BUR UR G GER $7 $7 .99 C CHE ES SE E BUR GER R $8 .99 9 ANY O OT T HER BU BU U R RGE R $9. $9. 99 99 MOO NSH NSH INE INE BBQ PLA TTER $12. 99 9 Half rack of ribs, pulled pork slider, 2 chicken wings, fries, homemade coleslaw and baked beans TUESDAY NEW EW YO RK RK/ C CHI HI CAGO P IZZ ZZ A A PAR TY $5 5 OFF ME DIU U U M $ $7 7 OFF LA RG GE E MED IT ITE E RRA RRA A N NEA N SAL AD AD $3 $3. 50 CHI I CKE C N P ARM ES SA N WIT H P H P AST A $ $ 11 11. 99 WEDNESDAY F FA JI JI T TA R IT IT AS S A $5 5 OFF F A AN Y F Y F AJI T TA $5 M MA AR GAR R I ITA S $ $5 QUE UE E SO S B BL LA NCO O & C C HIP HIP S 2 2 F OR 5 S OFT T SHE HE LL TAC C O OS Choice of chicken or beef. MON-FRILUNCH SPECIALAvailable till 3 pm 7 7 7 7 c c h h h o o o i i i c c c e e e s s f f o o o o r r r r $ $ $ 7 7 7 7 e e a a c c c h h h h 7 7 7 7 7 $ $ $ 7 7 7 7 7 SATURDAY AUG 5 1 15 15 % Of f f f f Entire F Fo Fo od B il l l l l Must present coupon. Valid one day only, Sat 08/12/17. Beverage purchase each person required. Not valid with other oers including daily promotions. Friday FridayTASTE OUR NEW MENU BETTER QUALITY. PRICED RIGHT. Thursday Thursday KILLER WINGS & THINGS $ $ $ $ 2 2 2 O O F F F F F F F AN AN Y Y ST T E EV IE IE E S BA A B SK SK SK E ET 1 0 0 0 0 F F F O O R R $ $ 5 5 5 9 9 9 9 9 B BO NE NE E LE LE L SS SS CH H I IC K KE E N W WI NG NG E ER S S 6 6 6 6 9 9 9 9 JU JU U MB MB M O O WI WI I W NG NG G S S 2 for 1 DRINKS ALL DAY House Wine, Domestic Drafts & All Well Drinks T T TA ST T E E OU R R NE E W W ME E NU N GREA T FOOD BE TT TT ER QU AL ITY. PRICED RIGHT. FULL RACK OF OUR MOONSHINE BABY BACK RIBSServed with Fries and Cole SlawOffer available with the purchase of a beverage. Dine in Only. ROLL INTO THE WEEK WITH US Saturday & Sunday Saturday & Sunday $10.99SAT & SUN AUG 12 & 13 Entertainment Friday Evening! 4-6pm & 7-10pm FISHING LODGE FISH FRY YUENGLING BEER BATTERED FISH FRY $9.99 Served with fries and slaw.GROUPER FRY $12.99Served with fries and slaw. ENTERTAINMENT 4-6PM L O T S A L O B S T E R ! Waterfront Dining TWO 1 pound lobsters withOpen Daily 11 am Lunch, Dinner & Sunday Brunch 12th Avenue South at the City Dock 239-263-9940 1200 Fifth Avenue South at Tin City 239-263-2734 NaplesWaterfrontDining.com fries and slaw or black beans and rice $27.95 Come and see us for breakfast, lunch and dinner...(239) 692-8480800 5TH AVENUE SOUTH | NAPLES, FL 34102 Come and try our Special Breakfast F O R THE MONTH OF AUGUST A CREATION OF OUR CHEF ANDRS, coming from the Ritz Carlton in Miami Beach, here to join a new adventure!!! Breakfast starts at 7:30am The quarterly sale of Naples Originals gift certificates worth savings at three dozen independent, local eateries starts Thursday, Aug. 10. Certificates valued at $15, $25 and $50 are available at a 30 percent discount, and theres also a 30 percent discount on $200 certificates for private catering. Naples Originals member restaurants range from Alexanders to Zizi. Gift certificates are offered online only at www.naplesoriginals.instagift. com. Proceeds support Naples Originals charitable program of events, promotions and donations. Road trip! Some food is worth hitting I-75 for, and the inaugural SWFL Hunger Games, part of the Morgan & Morgan Signature Series at Six Bends HarleyDavidson, merits filling up the tank and heading to Fort Myers from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7. Organizers expect Top Rocker Field to be filled with more than 30 food trucks, beer stations, live entertainment and more to benefit Blessings in A Backpack of Southwest Florida, which supplies needy children in Lee and Collier counties with a Friday take-home backpack filled with kid-friendly food items to see them through the weekend. Food truck proprietors promise their best dishes for guests to fill up on and for judges to consider for several awards at the firstever SWFL Hunger Games. Trucks on the roster to date include Boys & Girls Club Collier Countys Blue Canteen Food Truck, Best Popcorn Company, Bubbas Roadhouse & Saloon, Coasting Donuts, Cordobesita Argentinean Catering, Curries Smokin Hot BBQ, Dairy-Free Island Smoothie Bar & Grill, Doner Kebab King Karl, Johnsonville MarketplaceNaples, Jonesez BBQ, Kings Kitchen, Kreips & Juices, Mobstah Lobstah, Nathans Famous Fort Myers, Nicos Kitchen, Red Roc Cravings, Rollin Taps, Serious Cookie Company, Slider City Food Truck, Sweet Melissas Caf, The BRIT PIT, The Ravenous Rhino and The Sizzle Truck. General admission tickets are $10, and VIP admission for $100 which can supply one child a backpack through the entire school year includes early arrival, priority seating, complimentary samples and a personal runner to stand in line. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 275-4647 or visit www. toprockerevents.com. Bleu Provence hosts a wine dinner showcasing five of the complex, refreshing wines of Alsace beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10. After a welcome glass of 2014 Kuentz-Vas Alsace Blanc, each of four courses will be accompanied by a different wine. $65. 1234 Eighth St. S. 2618239 or www.bleuprovencenaples.com. CUISINE NEWS Coasting Donuts is one of the many food trucks headed to Top Rocker Field in Fort Myers for the inaugural SWFL Hunger Games on Saturday, Oct. 7.

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C26 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Every Saturday for the month of August enjoy Noodles Homemade meat and cheese Lasagna made with fresh in house made pasta sheets and all real natural ingredients. NOODLES SATURDAY HAPPY $10 Lasagna Night! CELEBRATE 1300 THIRD STREET SOUTH, NAPLES 239-262-5500 RIDGWAYBARANDGRILL.COM HAPPY HOUR ALL DRINKS 3-6PMExcluding bottles of wine. AVAILABLE IN OUR OUTDOOR AND INDOOR BAR ONLY. AND STAY A WHILE... CUISINE NEWS The 14th annual Rumrunners Celebrity Chef Night takes place from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, at Rumrunners restaurant at Cape Harbour in Cape Coral. Included will be cocktails and the culinary creations of Naples chefs Brian Roland of Venue Naples and Andy Hunter of The Bay House, as well as several chefs from popular neighboring locales. Guests can also enjoy several live and silent auctions as well as the chance to win a custom design by jeweler Mark Loren. Tickets are $175, with proceeds to benefit Barbaras FriendsGolisano Childrens Hospital Fund. Since 2003, Celebrity Chef Night event has raised more than $1 million for Barbaras Friends, which provides equipment, staffing and services to support lifesaving cancer care for children from across Southwest Florida at Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. The hospitals pediatric hematology/oncology program has served more than 3,500 patients since opening. No child is ever denied treatment or turned away because of a familys inability to pay. For tickets or more information, call 343-6950 or visit www.leehealthfoundation.org/rumrunners. Barbatella hosts a four-course wine dinner featuring bottles from 600-yearold Tuscan winery Antinori starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17. With special guest Erik Saccomani, guests will tuck into cauliflower panna cotta, smoked veal cheeks with a saffrom risotto cake and lamb brasato with roasted sweet potato puree, pistachio drops and autumnspiced cherry gastrique. $95, reservations required. 1290 Third S t. S. 2631955 or www.barbatellanaples.com. Chef David Speegle of Grand Cru in Baltimore will create a tasting menu for dinner starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, at Venue Naples. $75 without wines, $125 with wine pairings. 13240 Tamiami Trail N. 292-1529 or www.venuenaples.com. Opera Naples celebrates Eurofest with an Italian-themed dinner and entertainment starting at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at Ristorante Ciao. Guests will dine on dishes including manicotti, chicken marsala and basa livornese while enjoying a performance of Italian arias by tenor Martin Nusspaumer and soprano Maria Antunez. 835 Fourth Ave. S. $90. 263-9050 or www.operanaples.org. Venue Naples serves up cooking classes with Chef Brian Roland and Nicole Roland that showcase healthy cooking techniques and practices from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22, and from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23. $40, includes a three-course meal. 13240 Tamiami Trail N. 292-1529 or www.venuenaples.com. Family-owned and operated Lil Italy Bistro has some new specials endof-summer diners. Known for its 28-inch pizzas and Famous Kitchen Table, the Bonita Springs bistros back-to-school dinner specials include spaghetti and meatballs on Mondays, lasagna on Tuesdays, BBQ baby rack ribs on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and half-price on a 16or 18-inch cheese pizza on Thursdays and Sundays. Daily lunch specials start at $6.99, and a special dinner for two all day, every day includes a bottle of wine two entres, two salads and two desserts for $39.95. 28811 S. Tamiami Trail. 676-8047 or www.lilitalybistro.com. Fans of Indian cuisine can tuck into several new daily specials at 21 Spices by Chef Asif. Heres the schedule: Monday: $10 Indian-inspired burger and draft beer (shown here) Tuesday: $10 lamb roti taco and spicy margarita Wednesday: $10 naan pizza and cocktail Thursday: $20 bottomless draft beer with the purchase of any food item. 4270 Tamiami Trail E. 919-8830 or www.21spicesdining.com. Want to work on your skills in the kitchen? Here are some cooking classes on the front burner: The Good Life, 2355 Vanderbilt Beach Road; 514-4663 or www.goodlifenaples. com ($65); Paleo Diet Meets Authentic Italian Cuisine: Thursday, Aug. 24 ($65). Sur La Table, 9501 Strada Place, Mercato; 598-1463 or www.surlatable.com Girls Night Out Late Summer Celebration: Thursday, Aug. 10 ($69); Date Night Summer Surf & Turf: Friday, Aug. 11; Global Flavors Grilled Chicken: Saturday, Aug. 12 ($69); Celebrating Julia Child: Saturday, Aug. 12 ($79); Date Night Italian Summer: Saturday, Aug. 12 ($79); Classic Italian Pasta: Sunday, Aug. 13 ($69); Tasty Thai from Scratch: Sunday, Aug. 13 ($69); Exotic Persian Flavors: Monday, Aug. 14 ($69); Celebrating Julia Child: Tuesday, Aug. 15 ($79); Best of Summer Tomatoes: Wednesday, Aug. 16 ($69). Email food and dining news to Lindsey Nesmith at lnesmith@floridaweekly.com. Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida patients Caliah Russell and Avery McCaskill with some of the participating chefs at the 2016 Celebrity Chef Night at Rumrunners at Cape Harbour in Cape Coral.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF AUGUST 10-16, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C27 SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY FEATURE SERVED ALL DAYTwin Lobsters$22.99 2 one-pound Maine lobsters served with corn on the cob and drawn butterSundays (All Day; Bar & Dining Room) Twin lobsters w/corn on the cob & drawn butter$22.99 Craft Special15% o all craft beer bottles & draftsMartini Mondays (All Day; Bar & Dining Room) Titos, Kettle One, Stoli & Smirno Martinis$6 8-ounce sirloin w/side salad, potato & veggies$16.99 Pats famous stued meatloaf w/side salad, mashed potatoes, veggies & gravy$14.99Tuesdays (All Day; Bar & Dining Room) Calfs liver & onions w/mashed potatoes & veggies$14.99 Shrimp your way: fried w/fries & coleslaw, scampi or fra diavolo over linguine served w/side salad$15.99 Wednesdays (All Day; Bar & Dining Room) Twin lobsters w/corn on the cob & drawn butter$22.99Crab Fest Thursdays (All Day; Bar & Dining Room) 1 pound king crab legs ($29.99) or snow crab ($16.99) w/corn on the cob & drawn butter; add a 6-ounce let$9Lunch Special(SundayThursday; Dining Room) Order any lunch entre & get a second lunch entre ($15 or less) for half price. (Must present this ad to receive the discount)Summer Early Bird Hours: Sun-Thu 3pm-5:30pm Fri-Sat 3pm-4:30pmSummer Wine Special(SundayThursday; All Day)20% o all bottles of wine on our wine list The Only Naples Restaurant Where Fresh Seafood is Flown in Daily From New England! SUMMER DINING DEALS4221 East Tamiami Trail, Naplesbillssteakandseafood.com 239.455.5111Specials good from August 10-12, 2017. Lobster prices subject to change without notice. Please call for pricing.Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-9pmFri-Sat 11am-9:30pm CHEF BILLS WEEKLY FEATURES SERVED ALL DAY Surf & Turf Dinner For 2$89.9932oz Bone in Tomahawk steak served with 2 one-pound Maine lobsters served with chowder, salad, baked potato and veggiesTwin Lobsters$29.99Two one-pound Maine lobsters served with a cup of NE clam chowder, corn on the cob and drawn butterLobster Dinner For 2$99.99Two 2-pound Maine lobsters served with chowder, salad, corn on the cob and baked potatoes CHEF BILLS LUNCH SPECIALS SERVED 114 Crab Cake Salad$12Mixed lettuce, tomatoes, olives, cucumbers, onions and carrots topped with a homemade crab cake and served with honey mustard dressingBaked Haddock Aldo$13 Topped with fried eggplant, marinara sauce and cheese served with rice and veggies Philly Cheese Steak $12Served with fries and a pickle Super Saver Lunch Specials Peppers & Onions in a Marinara Sauce$6.99 CUISINECasual name belies The Warehouses serious approach to food, serviceThe Warehouse may sound like a place where youd go for a rave you know, those dance parties that seem to burst forth spontaneously in abandoned buildings. Instead, however, its a place you wind up raving about. This sparkling new, well-designed establishment just east of Collier Boulevard and slightly north of Immokalee Road offers stellar service and an inventive menu thats artfully executed and reasonably priced. The atmosphere is somewhat modern but in no way resembles a warehouse. Start with the complimentary valet parking, which is the first thing you see when you pull into the ample parking lot of the standalone restaurant. The lot isnt that large that most people cant park and walk themselves, but its nice if you cant or if its raining. Inside, a smiling hostess is ready to greet you. No reservation? No problem, although they will insist on getting your name and phone number in case you leave your glasses or a credit card behind. (And who hasnt done that at least once?) We requested a booth and were led to a cozy one on one side of a wine chiller, which afforded us some privacy as well as comfort. The seats are nicely padded and, it turns out, so are the undersides of the tables, which helps absorb sound in a building that has few soft surfaces. Its a clever way to tamp down the noise, which otherwise has a tendency to bounce unpleasantly from wall to wall making it difficult to converse. Our server, Kaylee, greeted us swiftly and was happy to give us the brief intro to the restaurant. We learned that it opened about two months ago go, and everything is made from scratch. Then she went over the specials to help us in deciding what we wanted to drink. The wine list isnt extensive, but whats there has clearly been chosen with care. There was nary a white zin to be seen, but those who like a light white will fare well with a pinot gris or sauvignon blanc. We settled on a bottle of Ponzi pinot noir ($49) from Oregons Willamette Valley and were happy when it was delivered lightly chilled, as it should be, especially in the midst of this ungodly hot summer. The wine was a fine accompaniment to my companions smoked shrimp cocktail ($14.50), a long plate of shrimp served with cocktail sauce and lemon, and my appetizer called Tims broccoli toast ($11). The shrimp had a pleasantly smoky flavor, as did the cocktail sauce. A spritz of the lemon added a sweet citrus note to the dish. The toast is somewhat difficult to describe. The toast was at the bottom of the bowl and had absorbed a fair amount of sauce, rendering it soggy. On top was sheeps milk feta, white wine, broccoli rabe and a fried egg. The tender-crisp broccoli and the creamy cheese and egg were a good combination. I skipped the sogged-out toast, which served more as a foundation than an ingredient. We split a beet salad ($12.50) and were happy we did when we saw the size of the half portion. Watercress, midnight moon goat cheese, pears, candied almonds, golden beets and a delicate lemon yogurt vinaigrette combined to form a fresh, flavorful salad. While there are large-plate entrees, we were more interested in the smaller plates as that allowed room for sampling the appetizers and salad (and, of course, dessert). From the Ravioli Revolution section of the menu (it appears chef Bobby Forget never met anything he didnt want to stick into a ravioli) offered Buffalo chicken, Philly cheesesteak, four cheeses, crab cake or wild mushrooms tucked into house-made pillows of pasta. The mushroom rendition filled with enoki, shiitake, trumpet and oyster mushrooms along with ricotta, thyme and a light Madeira cream might not have been as colorful as some of the other dishes, but the wonderful umami flavor of the mushrooms shone through. We left not a drop. Also delicious was the duck confit flatbread ($14.50), a well-made crust topped with tender pieces of duck, roasted wild mushrooms, queso, caramelized figs, shaved onions and Pecorino Romano cheese. We also enjoyed a side of the housemade pickles ($4), which started out sweet and ended with a subtle heat. We were unable to agree on a dessert to share. I tried the espresso molten cake ($8) with a scoop of ice cream. The cake was warm with a soft, chocolatey interior that went well with the cool ice cream. My companions beignets ($6.50) were little fried nuggets of cinnamon-sugarcoated heaven, served with chocolate ganache for dipping. After-dinner drinks of a tiramisu (Patron tequila caf liqueur and Rumchata) and Larrys espresso (espresso vodka, Godiva chocolate liqueur, grand Marnier and Cointreau) went splendidly with both desserts. Service was exemplary from start to finish. Knowledgeable, friendly and attentive, our server kept an eye on us without hovering, kept our wine and water replenished, made sure we had what we needed and got rid of what we didnt (dirty plates). She checked when we had a question about the menu she couldnt answer. The server attendants and manager (who I think might be an owner) were equally gracious. The Warehouse might not sound like the name of great restaurant. But in this case, it is. Tims broccoli toast consisted of an unusual group of ingredients but was well worth trying. Ravioli is an art form here. This version contained an assortment of wild mushrooms topped with a light Madeira cream sauce. A scrupulously fresh golden beet salad was big enough for two to share.KAREN FELDMAN / FLORIDA WEEKLY karenFELDMANcuisine@floridaweekly.com SuperbNoteworthyGoodFairPoor The Warehouse9010 Bellaire Bay Drive, Naples; 231-4073 Ratings: Food: Service: Atmosphere: >> Hours: 4-9 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 4-10 p.m. Thursday-Saturday >> Reservations: Accepted >> Credit cards: Accepted >> Price range: Appetizers and salads, $6.50$14.50; sandwiches and atbreads, $12.50$15; large plates, $20.50-$28 >> Beverages: Full bar >> Seating: Booths, banquettes, conventional tables, at the bar >> Specialties of the house: American cuisine >> Volume: Moderate >> Parking: Free lot with complimentary valet parking (optional) >> Website: www.thewarehousenaples.com

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LUXE LIVINGFLORIDA WEEKLYTHE NAPLES LUXURY HOME REDEFINED AUGUST 2017 AMBER FREDERIKSEN / COURTESY PHOTO FRE RE E DER DER DER IKS IKS IKS S EN EN EN /C /C / C /C OUR OUR OUR OU TES TES TES S YP Y P Y P HO H Makeover Native American art collection sets the tone. 14Designer Q&ADwayne Bergmann loves taking chances, setting trends.2 Shopping TripHere comes the sun 6 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 How two pups persuaded their owners to leave the high life Page 8 Pet p u p spersuadedtheir pro j ect

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2 LUXE LIVING AUGUST 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com FLORIDA WEEKLY PublisherShelley Hobbsshobbs@floridaweekly.comEditorCindy Piercecpierce@floridaweekly.comLuxe Living WriterMichael Korb Graphic DesignerMeg RoloffCirculation ManagerMaggie Humphreymaggie@floridaweekly.comAccount ExecutivesNicole Ryannryan@floridaweekly.comCori Higginschiggins@floridaweekly.comAdam Schonbergaschonberg@floridaweekly.com Andrew McAuleyandrew.mcauley@floridaweekly.comSales and Marketing AssistantKatie Babkakbabka@floridaweekly.comPublished by Florida Media Group LLCNaples Florida Weekly 9051 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 202 Naples, Florida 34108 Phone 239.325.1960www.FloridaWeekly.com Copyright: The contents of the Florida Weekly are copyright 2016 by Florida Media Group, LLC. No portion may be reproduced withoutthe express written consent of Florida Media Group, LLC. DWAYNE BERGMANNWhether hes working with colors, fabrics or textures, Dwayne Bergmann thinks outside the box to create spaces that are uniquely suited to his clients. Chic and sophisticated, with a hint of whimsy, spaces bearing Mr. Bergmanns distinctive stamp always go bold. Luxe Livings Michael Korb talked with him about his craft. Q: Is there a moment you can look back on that was the moment you decided you wanted to be an interior designer? A: Ive always loved designing and creating. I have been creating somewhat professionally all the way back to the fourth grade, when I was hired to decorate cakes after several people saw the cakes I had entered into the Missouri State Fair as part of my 4-H projects. I think it was then that I first realized I was blessed with a creative gift that not everyone possessed. Q: Is there a Dwayne Bergmann look? If so, how do you describe it? A: Our designs are the reflection of our clients personalities. We strive to create interiors that are meaningful to each of them and not about our own design aesthetic. That said, we do not shy away from mixing textures, patterns and bold colors, which is something that does set our designs apart from others in our profession.Q: What were you doing before you started designing full-time? A: I was running a division for HD Supply wholesale products 26 direct reports and a large budget along with hefty annual goals to meet. Q: Whats the first thing you ask clients when you meet with them?SEE Q&A, PAGE 4 isnt afraid to take chances RICK BETHEM / COURTESY PHOTOMAUREEN EDWARDS / COURTESY PHOTODESIGNER Q&AA master suite with soft, warm tones and the right pops of color is a great place to begin and end each day. MAUREEN EDWARDS / COURTESY PHOTO Dwayne Bergmann BONITA SPRINGS | BRANDON | CLEARWATER | FT. MYERS | SARASOTA | TAMPA | FLORIDALEATHERGALLERY.COM F L O R I D A LEATHER G A L L E R Y THE PARADISE BY STRESSLESS 100% Genuine leather with subtle contours and generous proportions. YOUR VISION, YOUR WAY. Florida Leather Gallery has 1000s of items in-stock & countless options to customize the look youve been dreaming of for your home. VISUALIZE yourself here.

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4 LUXE LIVING AUGUST 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com FLORIDA WEEKLY A: I always want to know how my clients wish to feel in their homes. What makes them most comfortable and what makes them feel the most confident is what is important to me. For some, this means an environment filled with luxe finishes rivaling the most decadent hotel or spa one can imagine. Others want casual and comfortable, and others yet want midcentury Mad Men or Miami modern. For all of our clients, though, my goal is that they get to live in an environment they never dreamed possible. Q: Is there a current trend that you are excited to see taking place in interior design? A: I am not a major trend follower. I prefer to think we are on more of the trend-setting side of design. Most of the trends making their way through mainstream retail today involve matte finishes with deeper tonality and mixed mediums. We have been utilizing these techniques over the last few years. I believe the future lies in bold, luxurious textures and finishes. Refinement and attention to detail will continue to prevail as minimalism continues to overcome traditionalism. Dwayne Bergmann Interiors 344-7455; www.dwaynebergmann.comDESIGNER Q&AQ&AFrom page 2 Above: This condominium went from heavy Tuscany to soothing coastal. Wood-plank tile flooring and walls painted in a shade called Sea Salt enhanced by violet window coverings and appointments create a sense of calm. Right: Mr. Bergmann knows that sometimes designers just need to break all the rules which he did in this playful and artistic powder bath. He used oversized tiles on the walls, penny tiles on the floor and art on the door instead of on the walls. Below: Hardwood floors, a shaggy, textured rug and luxe metallic finishes turn this dining area into a statement room. RICK BETHEM / COURTESY PHOTOS CRAIG HILDEBRNDT / COURTESY PHOTO IMAGINE. DESIGN. BUILD.COMPLETE RENOVATIONS KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN EXTERIOR INTERIOR INTERIOR DESIGN CGC# 1507216 RENOVATIONS-PLUS.COM 239.593.620011983 TAMIAMI TRAIL N., SUITE #110, NAPLES, FL 34110OUTDOOR KITCHENS OUTDOOR LIVING ROOMS PERGOLAS | WOOD TRIM LANAI CEILING TOUNGE & GROOVE ADDITIONS CROWN MOLDING CUSTOM BUILT-IN CABINETRY PAINTING | FAUX FINISHING BACKSPLASH TILE DESIGN & INSTALLATION

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Speckled 10-inch fish bowl by Worldly Goods, available at Clive Daniel Home www.clivedanielhome.com 6 LUXE LIVING AUGUST 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com FLORIDA WEEKLY Here comes the sunSHOPPING TRIPIn much of the country, August is a month to hit the beach and catch some rays. Here in Southwest Florida, though, were more likely to be making a mad dash through the rain as we go from one air-conditioned space to another. Still, we can dream of the occasional ray of sun by featuring a glimmer of yellow inside. Any of these pieces will make you beam from ear to ear whenever you look at them. Tight-back chair with turned legs and casters from Lee Industries, available at Peach Tree Designs www.peachtreedesigns.comTwo-tone Deco Chair in leather by Hancock & Moore, available at Norris Furniture & Interiors www.norrisfurniture.comRibbon vase by Seasonal Living, available at Clive Daniel Home www.clivedanielhome.comCeramic accent table by Seasonal Living, available at Clive Daniel Home www.clivedanielhome.comFantasia wall flower, available at Norris Furniture & Interiors www.norrisfurniture.com a e er co m 791 10th Street S. | Suite 202 | Naples, FL 34102 239.352.6400 | RMCRIntl.com FEATURED

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Snow Birds by Alexander Gorbikov, available at East West Fine Art www.eastwestfineart.com r Gorbikov, Ar t ineart.com FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com AUGUST 2017 LUXE LIVING 7 Prosser chest by Vanguard, available at Norris Furniture & Interiors www.norrisfurniture.com Red Umbrella by Georgy Kurasov, available at East West Fine Art www.eastwestfineart.comSHOPPING TRIP Tufted-back chair in Marco Citrine with antiqued brass frame by Lee Industries, available at Peach Tree Designs www.peachtreedesigns.comYarmouth Adirondack chair in high-density polyethylene lumber by Malibu, available at KB Patio www.kbpatiofurniture.com All Things Yellow indoor/ outdoor acrylic painting by Mila Apperlo, available at KB Patio www.kbpatiofurniture.com Live Edge | Traditional | Contemporary Miromar Design Center, Suite 190 10800 Corkscrew Rd, Estero, FL 33928 239.949.5889 | emsoberonoutlet.com SUMMER SALE

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8 LUXE LIVING AUGUST 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com FLORIDA WEEKLYCOVER STORY BY MICHAEL KORBFlorida Weekly CorrespondentLiving in a high-rise condominium offers some serious perks. Among them: amazing views, luxurious amenities and a fabulous lack of responsibility. And for Karen and Bill Bucy, who moved from Austin, Texas, to Naples in 2003, it was the ideal lifestyle. Their 2,700-square-foot residence in Bonita Bay certainly made living easy. Until, in 2009, they added Bichon Frise pups Sofi and Elli to the family. Things seemed fine at first. Puppies and parents were handling things swimmingly. But eventually, the fact that they were traveling up and down the elevators four and five times a day drove home the understanding that for these two dog owners, high-rise living was for the birds. For a lot of people in the condos, its their second or third home or a vacation place, says Mrs. Bucy. But for us, it was our only home. And there was a long walk from the garage to the elevator and from the elevator to our place. I was getting tired of that. I just wanted to get back to a house. Then she spotted a house for sale. Though the location was great (it overlooks the 18th fairway of Bonita Bays Marsh golf course), the Bucys didnt particularly care for how the house looked or how it was laid out. It was, in a word, dated. So they decided to tear it down and build new. They contacted Mark Smith, president of Harwick Homes, and together they reached out to Weber Design Group, where the Bucys selected an existing plan and tweaked it a lot. The finished product you see on these pages is a lovely three-bedroom (plus den), 3-bath transitional contemporary that has the owners stamp of approval throughout its 3,215 square feet. In fact, Mrs. Bucy handled interior design duties herself. Inside we have super clean lines, she says. I didnt do crown molding on purpose because I wanted that clean How two pups persuaded their owners to leave the high life behindAbove: Clean lines and Asian touches throughout help de ne the contemporary feel of the interior. The baby grand piano has followed the owners from home to home, even though it hasnt been played in years. (It does, however, get tuned each year just in case.) Inset: So and Elli wait patiently in a bedroom that has been out tted as their grooming salon. On the cover: Custom-cut Richmond Stakledge stacked stone sourced in Wisconsin adds a dramatic air to the entrance of the 3,215-square-foot home. Guests are greeted with an expansive view of the great room, outdoor living area and beyond to the nal approach to the 18th green. Pet pro j ect

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FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com AUGUST 2017 LUXE LIVING 9COVER STORY AMBER FREDERIKSEN / COURTESY PHOTOSlook. Outside I think of it as contemporary, but not Frank Lloyd Wright. I knew I wanted the stonework. It took a long time to find the exact stone I wanted, and then it wasnt in the right size. Fortunately, the folks at Harwick Homes said they could cut the stone to any size she wanted. She had the stone, a Richmond Stakledge from Wisconsin, cut into 1-inch layers for a nice, clean, dry-stack look that gives an impressive air to the front entrance. The stone is continued inside, where it bookends the living room media wall. I wanted the open concept, says Above: Wide-plank oak ooring helps tie the spaces together and is more durable than the cherry ooring the owners previous condo had. Thats a welcome relief when you have two dogs running around and guests who might wander in with sand or crushed shells on the soles of their shoes. Right: The kitchen opens onto the main living area and has cabinets that open garage-style, a single-level island and a backsplash of natural stone tiles. Bichons So and Elli approve. SEE PET PROJECT, PAGE 10

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Mrs. Bucy. In the high-rise the kitchen was not open to the family room, so I wanted the kitchen to be open to everything. And we didnt want a living room anymore because weve gone from house to house to house over the past 30-some-odd years and the living room furniture was never touched. Another important feature for the couple was the large covered lanai and the screened-in pool area that helps keeps the Bichons safe.I know a lot of new homes dont do the cage anymore, says Mrs. Bucy, but between the golf balls and the alligators and other critters, its the right thing for us.The side-loading garage was also on the wish list because it would allow for a fenced-in front yard, again for the dogs. Walking through the front entrance gives guests a dramatic look across the expansive living space and out back to the outdoor living area, pool and golf course beyond. In fact, Harwick Homes pushed out the space at the foyer to accommodate the baby grand piano that has followed the Bucys from home to home (although Mrs. Bucy admits it hasnt been touched since they got the dogs). Wide-plank oak flooring throughout ties the spaces together beautifully and is much more durable than the cherry wood flooring the couple had in their condo. Interestingly, the Bucys had just redesigned the condo kitchen and baths before deciding to sell, so they knew what they wanted in the new house and used many of the same surfaces and finishes. I knew I wanted the big island and I wanted it level at counter height, Mrs. Bucy says. Its just more conducive for parties and things if everyone is at the same level. And the cabinetry is a European style that opens like a garage door. You can leave it open and no one is going to walk into it. As for the rest of the house, virtually all of the furnishings came from the condo and/or from Austin. We kind of built the house around some of the furniture, says Mrs. Bucy. (Though that might not be true for one of the guest bedrooms its missing bedroom furniture altogether, as its used as a grooming space for the dogs.) This breed requires constant grooming, Mrs. Bucy explains about the dogs. I do a trim once a month, a bath every week, we brush every day. Its a labor of love. Add the fact that long elevator rides are a thing of the past and the Bucys and their canine companions can now walk straight into the house from the garage, and its safe to say theres plenty of love to go around. Harwick Homes 3368 Woods Edge Circle Bonita Springs 498-0801; www.harwickhomes.com Weber Design Group 1575 Pine Ridge Road, Naples 594-9778 10 LUXE LIVING FLORIDA WEEKLYCOVER STORYPET PROJECTFrom page 9 The outdoor living area has a full kitchen, a small pool and is fully screened in. Most of the furnishings came from the owners previous residences. The dazzling array of lighting xtures came from Naples Lamp.www.Ligh ngFirst.us Naples 239.775.5100, 4600 Tamiami Tr. E. Bonita Springs 239.949.2544, 28801 S. Tamiami Tr. Fort Myers 239.322.5488, 12879 S. Cleveland Ave. EC13005050 LED Step Up In at AGOSTINOS Call Today! 239.594.303711985 Tamiami Trail North Naples, FLOPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10-5, SUNDAY 11-4Visit our new website at agostinos.com Also visit: interiorsbyagostinos.com Visit Our ShowroomFINE FURNITURE. ART GALLERY. DESIGN STUDIO. n n n n a a a a a a a a ACCESSORIES & BOTANICALS LIGHTING FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE MIRRORS & LARGE ART GALLERY Complimentary Interior Design SUMMER SALE!

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FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com AUGUST 2017 LUXE LIVING 13 BY MICHAEL KORBFlorida Weekly CorrespondentWhen you first walk through the doors of Summerfields, you get a sense that interior designer Shari Summers, ASID, knows a thing or two about how we should all be designing our homes. The space is broken into four areas that give visitors a sense of what colors and accessories work together, whether it be with wallpaper or paints. We try to set things up for different palettes so that every palette is accessible, Ms. Summers explains. Theres something for everybody. And while many people enter the store in the market for home goods, furnishings and accessories (bedding, lamps, etc.), it also offers a wide array of gifts. When youre looking for an unusual gift item, we probably have it, says Ms. Summers. It might be a fun game to give as a hostess gift, something whimsical for a child (or someone young at heart) or a lovely coffee table book. We only stock a few books at a time that catch our eye and that we think are valuable reads, she says. Ms. Summers worked for another design firm for 13 years before heading out onto her own in 1996. She opened the store in 1998. At that time it was on Fifth Avenue South, but Summerfields has been at its current Central Avenue location since the mid-2000s. The impetus for opening the store was that it was really, really difficult to provide all the furnishings, including accessories, to finish off our jobs, Ms. Summers says. It was hard to shop in Naples for those things. We decided to open this shop so we could supply the gamut of home furnishings. The shop and the design business go very hand-in-hand. With that said, the inventory is a terrific mishmash of items that come from many different suppliers. Were not like a big furniture store where you see this chest on the floor and you want to buy it and there are 10 more in the warehouse, she says. We try to make it so that everything is a little more special. When we find something, we dont overload on it. But thats not to say shoppers cant count on Summerfields keeping a few special items in stock. For example, the store represents east coast artist Kelly Tracht, who creates original acrylic paintings that capture the Florida vibe in the most whimsical ways imaginable (she also does prints, giclees and decorative pillows). The store also carries jewelry by Julie Vos and has a delightful line of candles that are named after Naples locations, such as Naples Pier, Naples Cottage, 34102, etc. We try to keep it kind of local because you want to remember where you are, Ms. Summers says. And you get that sense the moment you walk through the door. Summerfields 935 Central Ave., Naples 430-2505 www.summerfieldsnaples.comSHOP TALKSummerfields knows how to color your worldAbove: Prints and giclees by east coast artist Kelly Tracht hang above the sofa in one of the several room vignettes set up at Summerfields. TIM GIBBONS / FLORIDA WEEKLY Though the store is clearly an interior designers happy place, Summerfields also has an array of things that make perfect gifts. Thoughtful shoppers can find unusual books, fun games and even a line of candles named for landmark places in Naples.

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14 LUXE LIVING AUGUST 2017 www.FloridaWeekly.com FLORIDA WEEKLYAMBER FREDERIKSEN / COURTESY PHOTOS BY MICHAEL KORBFlorida Weekly CorrespondentNot everything in Naples was originally faux Italian. Some homes were a passable sense of s generic that almost defied categorization. Witness this Bonita Bay Hidden Harbor gem, which just needed to be polished to find its charm. The four-bedroom, 3-bath, 3,500-square-foot (under air) home was built in 1994. The current owners purchased it in 2008. Hailing from Arizona, the couple has a significant collection of Native American art they wanted to showcase in a manor befitting its origins. So they hired interior designer Amy Coslet from Collins & DuPont to reimagine the space with the art in mind. The goal was to design the whole space to highlight their beautiful art collection, says Ms. Coslet. That was the inspiration. They showed me all of the artifacts and told me the more important pieces they wanted displayed. And we customized display areas specific for certain pieces. Their collection which spans everything from pottery to basketry to weaponry, tapestries and beaded clothing is worthy of a whole-house remodel. One of the biggest things they collect is woven Navajo blankets, which we hung and highlighted as artwork, adds Ms. Coslet. The blankets also set the tone for much of the coloring used throughout the home. The color palette and also the patterns are very bold and graphic, the designer says. We incorporated that in some of the fabrics we used. There are a lot of earthy tones and some terra cottas, and some of the basketry has bright, primary colors, so it was important to do a more neutral background. Ms. Coslet and her team lightened all the walls and focused on clean lines with the furnishings, adding pillows and accessories to compliment the color palette. The strategy lets the artwork stand on its own. Conveniently, there werent a lot of structural changes that needed to be done on this makeover. The home already was an open-concept design with good bones, so the only major change was shortening a wall in the kitchen and raising a few ceil-Collecting evidenceA Hidden Harbor renovation showcases Native American artAbove: In the breakfast nook, a treasured Navajo blanket dominates a wall and a customdesigned light fixture gives off a deliberate teepee vibe. Below: Souix beaded hide tobacco and dance bags (c. 1890) featuring dyed porcupine quills and glass beads are the perfect complement to the dining room. Above: The kitchen once screamed the s from every angle. Removing part of a wall and replacing everything within reach turned it into a sleek, modern space that flows seamlessly into the main living area. Below: The master suite echoes the warm, earthy palette throughout the rest of the house. BeforeMAKEOVER

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ings to gain some extra height. That left designers free to focus on things such as custom built-ins and a linear fireplace set in a stacked-stone wall in the living room. Ms. Coslet also designed all of the light fixtures, which are forged metal that blend rustic with modern. Some have leather strapping, others incorporate burlap. But the most entertaining is over the breakfast nook and was inspired by a teepee. The adjoining kitchen was completely gutted and made to be very clean and linear, again melding the subtle tones of the artwork, without competing for attention. Now the home is the perfect case in which to cherish the treasures gained over a lifetime of collecting. Collins & DuPont 8911 Brighton Lane, Bonita Springs 948-2400; www.collins-dupont.com Harwick Homes 3368 Woods Edge Circle Bonita Springs 498-0801; www.harwickhomes.com FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com AUGUST 2017 LUXE LIVING 15 Because the house has good bones, interior designer Amy Coslet of Collins & DuPont was able to put much of her attention on pai nt, furnishings and accessories. New lighted towers in the living room display native pottery and accents, bookending a new linear fireplace and stacked-stone wall. A raw-cut piece of ash is used as a coffee table.MAKEOVER Before Visit us online at www.FloridaWeekly.comiPad is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. All rights reserved. Download our FREE Apps for tablets and SmartphonesAvailable on the iTunesTM and Google PlayTM App Stores. MAKEOVER

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C T T LT C21SUNBEL -2300 7 6-65Call 86 Y DE Y CL AILABLE LISTINGS! VA A ALL TO VIEW .COM T. .C21SUNBEL W. VISIT WWW T V Montura Country Living on 1.25 AcresSpacious doublewide 3 bed 2 bath manufactured home on 1.25 acres is move in ready. Back and front porch. Detached garage w/storage.$73,9001-866-657-2300 800LE025961. CLEWISTON 55+ Community You own the Land2/2 Very nice! Renovated! Over 1400 sqft. Wood laminate floors new paint inside and out. Pool clubhouse must see!$76,0001-866-657-2300 800CC016170. NORTH FORT MYERS 2/1/1 Single Family Home in Tropical Gulf AcresCute 2 bedroom 1.5 bath 1 car garage home in Tropical Gulf Acres! Newer A/C. Perfect retirement home or starter home.$115,5001-866-657-2300 800CH230044. PUNTA GORDA What a Great Location! Non-Gated/Non HOA CommunityLocated in central Lehigh this neighborhood is conveniently located close to shopping, public parks, transportation & place of worship.$129,9001-866-657-2300 800LE041180. LEHIGH ACRES Cross Creek End Unit with Golf Course ViewsThis is your perfect Florida retreat with beautiful golf course and preserve views of the Six-Mile Sleuth Preserve.$129,9001-866-657-2300 800FM043561. FORT MYERS Charming 3/2/1 Home in the Heart of Port CharlotteYou won't want to miss this charming 3 bed 2 bath 1 car garage home in the heart of Port Charlotte!$129,9001-866-657-2300 800CH240965. PORT CHARLOTTE Half Acre Fenced-in Home3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage with extra parking and Florida room.$152,0001-866-657-2300 800LE046628. LEHIGH ACRES Gulf Access End CondoEnd condo with over 1,000 sqft under air, full size washer and dryer, 2 bed 2 bath, about 10 minutes to river.$154,9001-866-657-2300 800CC076869. CAPE CORAL Affordable & Prestigious Whiskey Creek Village GreenDuplex Villa! You will appreciate this well-loved 2 bed & den/2 bath/1 car garage villa.$154,9001-866-657-2300 800FM022044. FORT MYERS Sweet Condo in Berkshire2 bedroom 2 bath condo with amazing views of the canal.$155,8001-866-657-2300 800BS024697. NAPLES 3/3 + Office with a over 1/4 Acre Lot on a Quiet StreetIncludes a bonus room/office, separate living room and den with French doors leading to large screened lanai!$159,9001-866-657-2300 800NA041591. FORT MYERS Condo in Gated Community2/2 Condo in gated community of Bella Terra in Estero. Move in ready!$159,9001-866-657-2300 800BS021530. ESTERO Single Family4 beds 2 baths! Updated home on a quiet cul-de-sac street! No HOA fees or rules! Close to absolutely everything.$160,0001-866-657-2300 800FM040834. FORT MYERS Beautiful 3 Bed 2 Bath w/Split Floor PlanBeautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath with split floor plan. Very spacious living room along with cathedral ceiling.$165,0001-866-657-2300 800LE042973. CAPE CORAL Close to Shopping and SchoolsLovely 1418 sqft 3 bedroom 2 bath home.$165,0001-866-657-2300 800CC040664. CAPE CORAL 55+ Plus Community Condo-Sailboat Access3/2 condo in a 55+ community with sailboat access in Cape Coral.$169,0001-866-657-2300 800CC023780. CAPE CORAL Perfect Family Home Priced to Sell Quick3 bed 2 bath 2 car garage located in the SW area. Open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings. Large bedrooms w/walk in closets.$169,9001-866-657-2300 800LE045498. LEHIGH ACRES 2 Bed 2 1/2 Bath Townhome in Sail HarbourBed 2 1/2 bath very spacious 1749 sqft townhouse with one of the few very private preserve views.$169,9001-866-657-2300 800FM040437. FORT MYERS First Floor Condo Built 2013Two bedroom plus a den, screened lanai with wet bar, granite kitchen, tile and more! Low HOA fees.$171,9001-866-657-2300 800CC029636. CAPE CORAL Beautiful 4 Bedroom 3 BathroomMore features include a tankless hot water and a fenced in yard! There is plenty of room for a pool in the back yard.$174,9001-866-657-2300 800CH241577. PORT CHARLOTTE AUGUST 9TH 2017

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ww om c. T LT .w w C21SUNBEL AILABLE LISTINGS! VA A V ALL TO VIEW .COM T. .C21SUNBEL W. WWW T VISIT 2 Bed 2 Bath in Well Established NeighborhoodWell cared for 2 bed 2 bath 2 car garage home. Walking distance to shopping and restaurants and close to Midpointe Bridge.$176,5001-866-657-2300 800CC037190. CAPE CORAL Nice 3/2/2 Home Room for PoolConvenient location in a wonderful neighborhood located in SE Cape Coral with quick access to shopping and dining.$179,9001-866-657-2300 800CC037858. CAPE CORAL 3/2 CBS Home on over 1/2 AcreCute 3 bedroom/2 bath CBS home on over a half acre (.5247) with a finished/detached garage for all your toys.$180,0001-866-657-2300 800FM045758. LEHIGH ACRES Tropical Paradise at Palmetto CoveRarely available first floor 3 bed/2 bath condo with a covered carport in desirable Palmetto Cove!$182,0001-866-657-2300 800FM024500. FORT MYERS Affordable 4 Bedroom HomeCape Coral good condition. 4/2/2 with screened in lanai. Won't last long.$185,0001-866-657-2300 800FM043781. CAPE CORAL Wow 3/2/2 Condo in Concordia LakesLake view sun-filled condo, lots of upgrades! Granite thoughout, vaulted ceilings, breakfast bar, screened in lanai.$189,9001-866-657-2300 800CC044164. CAPE CORAL Beautifully Updated 3 Bedroom 2 BathBeautifully updated home that was completely renovated in 2015. This home features a split floor plan w/3 bedrooms & 2 baths.$199,0001-866-657-2300 800CC042191. CAPE CORAL Large Pool Home Seeking New OwnersIf you are tired of seeing the same house for sale come see this large pool home ready for you.$199,9991-866-657-2300 800LE008137. LEHIGH ACRES Best location in Lehigh AcresBest location in Lehigh Acres! It offers three bedrooms, two baths. This home has two living rooms.$207,0001-866-657-2300 800FM042807. LEHIGH ACRES Beautiful Large 3 Bedroom 2 Bath plus DenThis beautiful home has tons of space with just under 2000 sqft this home offers a split floor plan with 3 bed 2 baths.$207,9001-866-657-2300 800LE041902. LEHIGH ACRES Upscale 3 Bed Gulf Access Condo-Deeded DockRare beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath condo with deeded dock on Gulf access canal. All appliances included!$215,0001-866-657-2300 800CC033495. CAPE CORAL Direct Access Waterfront CondoFabulous 3 bedroom 2 bath on large 200+ canal just off the river. Boat slip, covered parking, extra storage.$220,0001-866-657-2300 800FM035965. CAPE CORAL Beautiful Maintained HomeLiving in natureLots of privacy but also close to everything!!!$269,9001-866-657-2300 800FM018580. LEHIGH ACRES 2770 + sqft Pool HomeThis elegant two story pool home has it all with over 2770 sqft in living area!$292,0001-866-657-2300 800LE029634. LEHIGH ACRES Beautiful 3/2 Pool Home in Punta Gorda IslesGorgeous pool home! Beautiful living space with upgrades, landscape and pool! Don't miss it!$299,8881-866-657-2300 800CH235126. PUNTA GORDA Magnolia Lakes in Gateway Home4 bed/2 bath home with a 3 car garage in Magnolia Lakes in Gateway. Great family home with separate living room/dining.$299,9001-866-657-2300 800FM043001. FORT MYERS Lakefront Western Exposure with Lots of UpgradesLakefront western exposure with lots of upgrades. Home has paver driveway & tile roof. 18" diagonal tile throughout.$259,9001-866-657-2300 800CC045991. FORT MYERS Great North Port HomeLarge 3/2/2 pool home secluded in this growing area of North Port.$259,9001-866-657-2300 800CH239075. NORTH PORT Deep Creek Beauty3/2/2 Pool home with over 2200 sqft of Florida living. Large living room leading to great outdoor living.$264,9001-866-657-2300 800CH241061. PUNTA GORDA Olympia Point BeautyThis home has it all. Upgraded appliances, upgraded carpeting and 3 bedrooms, plus a den and 3 full bathrooms.$269,0001-866-657-2300 800LE033922. LEHIGH ACRES Almost New 4 Bedroom HomeThis 4 bedroom, 2 bath plus Family Room was built in 2014 on an oversized lot. Plenty of room in & outside of this home.$228,9001-866-657-2300 800CC046348. CAPE CORAL 3 Bed 2 Bath w/Den in Gated CommunityThis 2214 sqft home has 3 bed, 2 bath and a spacious den located on a .30 of an acre in the gated community of Shadow Lakes.$240,0001-866-657-2300 800LE044047. LEHIGH ACRES Best Kept Secret in Gateway-Gated CommunityBest kept secret in Gateway is the gated community of Silverlakes. Low HOA is $99 month. Three beds two baths.$243,9731-866-657-2300 800FM024705. FORT MYERS Great Price on 2/2 + Den/2 Car Garage VillaGorgeous, immaculate open floor plan villa with many upgrades! Amazing amenities!$251,0001-866-657-2300 800CC045056. FORT MYERS

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C -2300 7 6-65all 86 .COM T. C21SUNBEL T LISTINGS! HOME & LOT 550 SEARCH OVERCOME TRUE! MAKING DREAMS TE OF FLORIDA AT TA ST A Y 21 IN THE CENTUR#1 TO SCHEDULE YOUR SHOWING! 866-657-2300 CALL Luxurious Pool Home3/2 Pool home in SW Cape Coral with stunning upgrades.$299,9001-866-657-2300 800CC047178. CAPE CORAL Fully Furnished Pool Home close to Cape HarbourLocated in one of the most popular neighborhoods in the SW Cape. 3 bedrooms/2 bath pool home.$309,0001-866-657-2300 800CC021663. CAPE CORAL Fantastic 4 Bedroom in Beach-Chiquita AreaSeller put in many upgrades and improvements since 2015. Solar water heater, new a/c, New pool heater. 4/2 Pool home.$315,0001-866-657-2300 800CC022513. CAPE CORAL Gorgeous New Construction in Bonita Springs3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, fantastic open floor, 1 car garage, and open lanai, lot of room for pool.$320,0001-866-657-2300 800BS035782. BONITA SPRINGS Down by the Riverside3/2 Well maintained ranch, 4 House from river. Never roof, a/c and refurnished pool and pool house.$328,4451-866-657-2300 800FM039304. FORT MYERS Magnificent 2 Story 3 Lot Site2 master suites 2 1/2 bath den formal living & dining. Family room 2 1/2 car garage. Many upgrades-alarm system, salt water pool.$329,9001-866-657-2300 800CC055707. CAPE CORAL Silver Oaks BeautyMore than wow factor move in ready!!$349,0001-866-657-2300 800FM063883. ESTERO Almost One Acre Pool HomeAlmost one acre of land (.85) with an over 2300 sqft home nestled in the center. Lots of room! New kitchen and roof.$349,9001-866-657-2300 800CC034268. CAPE CORAL Ranch in the CityUnusual 4 acres +/ranch in East Fort Myers perfect for the person looking for acreage with animals.$350,0001-866-657-2300 800FM063729. FORT MYERS SW Cape 4 Bedroom Pool HomeThis custom built 4 bedroom pool home is waiting for a new owner.$354,0001-866-657-2300 800FM046264. CAPE CORAL Southern Exposure Gulf Access Pool HomeThis completely renovated home comes turnkey (including furniture and furnishings).$450,0001-866-657-2300 800CC035410. CAPE CORAL SW Cape Sailboat Access 4 Bed Pool HomeSW Cape sailboat accessible 4 bedroom pool home with boat lift. Less than 2.5 miles of idle to the Caloosahatchee River.$450,0001-866-657-2300 800CC024178. CAPE CORAL 4-5 Bed, Den Pool Home, Whole Home UpgradesCustom home with over $100,000 in upgrades, from whole house generator, & RO, dream kitchen & laundry with LG appliances.$450,0001-866-657-2300 800CC038198. CAPE CORAL Like New 4/3 Cape Coral Pool Home Close To EverythingGreat family home on quiet cul-de-sac. Fresh water. canal, pool, spa, 3 car garage.$459,9001-866-657-2300 800CC023123. CAPE CORAL Pool Home with a Mother-in-Law ApartmentThree bed home with a bonus room and pool. Motherinlaw apartment with seperate bed, bath and kichenette. On 2.25 acre lot.$399,9001-866-657-2300 800NA038187. NAPLES Beautiful 3/2 Waterfront Pool HomeGorgeous well maintained pool home with amenities. Canal waterfront. 2 car garage. Come see it!$405,0001-866-657-2300 800CH238418. PORT CHARLOTTE Southern Exposure, 4 Bed 3 Bath, Solar Heated PoolFormal living, dining and family areas with 2 sided fireplace, breakfast nook large entertaining patio. Assessments paid.$439,9001-866-657-2300 800CC014011. CAPE CORAL Tanglewood NeighborhoodCharming 4 bedroom home in the Tanglewood neighborhood with extra garage and parking for your boat and/or RV!$440,0001-866-657-2300 800CC046062. FORT MYERS Pool Home on almost 1/2 Acre Fenced-in Lot4 bedrooms, 2 bath, pool with integrated spa on almost 1/2 acre lot. Backyard is fenced. Built in 2006.$360,0001-866-657-2300 800CC044789. CAPE CORAL Newly Constructed Home3 bedroom 2 bath ultra efficient home on Imperial Shores.$374,0001-866-657-2300 800BS035740. BONITA SPRINGS Spectacular Lake ViewsWaterfront home! Gated community-clubhouse & pool! Custom lanai w/spa! Builder warranty! Low fees!$389,0001-866-657-2300 800FM014888. FORT MYERS Steps from Barefoot & Bonita BeachesNew construction in Imperial Shores, this stunning home features; 1443 sqft of living area. 3/2 with spacious floor plan.$395,0001-866-657-2300 800BS035755. BONITA SPRINGS

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w w om c. T LT .w w C21SUNBEL TY IN 1984 T REAL Y 21 SUNBEL TT FOUNDED CENTUR A BARBARA M. WA NAME YOU CAN TRUST TO SELL YOUR HOME .2300 7. 6.65Call 86 7 .COM T. .C21SUNBEL W. WWW T TT AT WA BARBARA M W A Lovely Gulf Access Pool Home3 bed 2.5 bath 2589 sqft huge master eat in kitchen, living,dining, family room, fireplace, captain dock, 10,000lb lift.$469,0001-866-657-2300 800CC034197. CAPE CORAL Location, LocationBeautiful 3 bedroom plus den with a pool in Blackhawk community in Briarcliff area.$500,0001-866-657-2300 800CC046320. FORT MYERS Southern ExposureBeautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath gulf access southern exposure pool home is move in ready! Sold turnkey!$525,0001-866-657-2300 800CC038681. CAPE CORAL Breathtaking Scenic ViewsBeautifully maintained 3 bed/2 bath Pool home with Gulf access. Enjoy breathtaking views from every room!$534,9001-866-657-2300 800CC028392. CAPE CORAL 3/3 Pool Home3 bedroom + den. 3 bath 3 car garage pool home situated on gulf access canal.$559,9001-866-657-2300 800CC047372. CAPE CORAL Have You Been Dreaming of a Designed HomeDon't miss out on this beautifully appointed exceptional floor-plan.$563,0001-866-657-2300 800FM072906. NAPLES Gulf Access Pool HomeBeautiful 3 bed, 2 bath SW Cape sailboat access home on a wide canal. Open floor plan, pool, spa. Large undercover.$569,9001-866-657-2300 800CC014769. CAPE CORAL Direct Access Pool HomeDirect sailboat access pool home in unit 64. 3/2 with formal living & dining/den/office. Atrium off master bedroom.$575,0001-866-657-2300 800CC024494. CAPE CORAL Gulf Access in SW Cape3 Bed 3 bath 3 car garage pool home with gulf access in prime SW Cape location. Only 2 years old. Impact glass throughout.$599,9001-866-657-2300 800CC035866. CAPE CORAL Well Maintained Gulf Access HomeThe 3/2 home features a very spacious screened in lanai with an electric heated pool, beautiful landscaping.$599,9001-866-657-2300 800CC024930. CAPE CORAL Waterfront Living in Pine IslandEnjoy this spacious 2 story home with direct access (1200 feet) to the open water. A cook's kitchen; heated pool/spa.$625,0001-866-657-2300 800FM079890. ST. JAMES CITY Formal Model Home on Thunderbird Lake5/4 Pool home is SW Cape Coral. Billiard room, large loft area, private elevator, 3 car garage.$629,9001-866-657-2300 800CC074559. CAPE CORAL River ViewsCharming 3/2 with heated pool and SE patio exposure. Captains walk wooden dock with boat lift. Oversized in great area.$825,0001-866-657-2300 800CC029166. CAPE CORAL Buckingham Equestrian EstateFor the equestrian with discriminating taste. This property offers a show barn, sand arena, multiple turnouts.$999,9991-866-657-2300 800FM042365. FORT MYERS 14341 SE Orange River Rd NW OPEN SUN 1-4PM Ft. Myers Contemporary Estate HomeThis is a two story estate home has been totaly remodeled.$1,699,0001-866-657-2300 800FM022494. FORT MYERS Ft. Myers Beach Bayfront HomeOver 5,000 sqft with a private boat dock! One of a kind home on the bay.$1,700,0001-866-657-2300 800FM033960. FORT MYERS BEACH Luxury Living Pine Island StyleView sunsets from the lanai and pool area. Pool faces West and has direct gulf access.$645,0001-866-657-2300 800FM028502. ST. JAMES CITY 3/2 Direct Gulf Access Pool, Lift, Turn Key HomeEnjoy the Florida lifestyle w/this beautiful direct gulf access pool home. Dock w/ lift. $160,000 of upgrades turnkey.$650,0001-866-657-2300 800CC043143. CAPE CORAL Waterfront Beauty Offers No Bridge AccessPour a beverage! Turn on the music! Cruise into the sunset! Fabulous old style waterfront home, 2 story caged pool.$699,0001-866-657-2300 800FM041599. FORT MYERS Large Sailboat Access Pool Home2 Story 4 bed/4 bath wide intersecting canals. 3 Car garage lush landscape. 3 living areas & 2 upper decks. Alarm system.$769,0001-866-657-2300 800CC001916. CAPE CORAL