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OPINION A4 CLUB NOTES A18-19 HEALTHY LIVING A26 INVESTING A29 BUSINESS A30 REAL ESTATE B1 ARTS C1 CALENDAR C6-9 PUZZLES C12 FILM REVIEWS C18-19 SOCIETY C26-29 CUISINE C30-31 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 Download our FREE App todayAvailable on the iTunes and Android App Store. Write on, we said. And they did. Florida Weekly readers responded in record numbers to our 2018 Writing Challenge. The eighth annual contest started the first week in August, and by the end of September we had received more than 400 original pieces of fiction inspired by the four photographs you see here. This week we are happy to announce the first and second place winners and two honorable mentions. First place goes to Nancy Neuman of Port Charlotte. Second place belongs to A.M.L. Brown of Marco Island. And honorable mentions the first in the history of the challenge go to Geraldine Story of Punta Gorda and Jonathan Tomhave of Naples. Read all four stories starting on page A22. Ms. Neuman is thrilled to be attending the upcoming Sanibel Island Writers Conference as our first place winner. With a masters in city and regional planning and a Ph.D. in geography, she is a semi-retired consultant who analyzes the impact potential development could have on air quality and noise. Her career has always involved technical writing, but fiction is a relatively new pursuit. Long Journey is her first piece to be published.The processEleven Florida Weekly editors and staff writers stepped up to the challenge of judging this years contest. We started by dividing up the whole bunch, with each of us reading some 40 entries and deciding on two favorites (well, one editor insisted he couldnt narrow his favorites down beyond three). Then all 11 of us read the 23 finalists and again picked our top two. Ms. Neumans story emerged as the clear winner, followed by Ms. Browns. A few other stories received one vote as a judges favorite. As organizer and overseer of the challenge, I declared myself the tie-breaker and honed in on The popularity of craft beer continues to grow across FloridaCOURTESY PHOTOMatt Stetson, co-owner of the Accomplice Brewery and Ciderworks in West Palm Beach.BY ROGER WILLIAMSrwilliams@ oridaweekly.com BY CINDY PIERCEcpierce@ oridaweekly.com ET US PAUSE AND THANK the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia. As everybody in the Western world knows, they invented beer, and even passed along a recipe now 3,900 years old in a poem called Hymn to Ninkasi, the goddess of beer. For their version of the ancient ferment, one needs bread, which has both grain and yeast, they say.SEE BEER, A10 SEE WRITING, A14-16 Florida Weekly Writing Challenge is a wrap www.FloridaWeekly.comWEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NetworkingThe Naples Chamber recently bestowed this years Distinguished Public Service Awards. A33 Free SpeechFGCU hosts a First Amendment Festival. A8 Arts & EntertainmentBest-selling novelist Ann Hood to give keynote speech at 13th annual Sanibel Island Writers Conference. C1 BusinessThe Southwest Florida Community Foundation creates a Collaboratory, galvanizing people, ideas and philanthropy. A30 Vol. XI, No. 1 FREE

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Instead, mine was made by International Harvester in 1959 It had six cylinders too, upwards of 150,000 miles on the odometer, and somewhere in the vicinity of 120 horsepower, giving it a capacity for speed that produced a blazing 61 mph if you had a slightly downward slope and a few days to get there. Running it above 50 even on a gentle incline was almost impossible. This was 1972 in Douglas County, Kansas, where the rolling hills of the eastern prairie vaguely resemble the Lake Wales ridge country in Central Florida. My girlfriend, Eva, had decided to go into natural living with me. So we bought the truck for $200 from an old farmer. Then we found another old farmer who would let us garden in his rambling corrals, plotting out 120 feet by 50 inch soil enriched from decades of cow manure. We grew potatoes, onions, carrots, tomatoes, corn, pole beans, peas, spinach, lettuce, squash, peppers and a few watermelons the whole shebang. That farmer, Burt Wilson, was a Cherokee Indian adopted about 1905 from a Kansas orphanage by the postmaster of Lawrence, whose name happened to be Roger Williams. Thats all it took. The coincidence of names got us a carte blanche opportunity to work one of the tidiest farms in eastern Kansas, neatly tucked into 450 acres of Wakarusa River bottomland. We grew hundreds of pounds of produce, never anticipating either the size of the harvests or the hard work it would take while we were going to college about 10 miles to the north, in Lawrence. Our friends, though, appreciated the food. So did we. And we loved those soft summer evenings in the fields: the cacophonous cricket symphonies performed spontaneously from stands of black oaks. The air above the valley floor settling sweet with the whispered promise of days-end cool. Fireflies sparking above the garden and across the road into the trees, while dusk slipped away west into night and Colorado. We never considered that all of it, for us, depended on that old pickup. And we never considered that the old pickup depended on roads built for its use; on the full-service gas stations that pocked the American countryside then; on oil wells stretched back from Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and the Americas into North Africa; on ships that transported the oil, on ports where it was offloaded and moved out, on the refineries that prepared the oil, and finally on the railroads, highways and transports that carried gasoline to the service stations. All of which created an elaborate system of economics of international dependencies neither of us would ever have been able to explain. We were a little too proud of ourselves in those days for living simply and (as we viewed it) self-sufficiently. In truth, we werent. The truck had a covered back so you could either sleep in it or haul tools and vegetables without getting wet, both of which we did. In addition, it got as much as 18 or 20 miles per gallon when gasoline was running 31 cents or so at the pumps. Thats important. Volkswagens produced in the late 1950s and s could get up to 50 miles per gallon, sometimes, but they were almost the only foreign-made cars you saw on the road. American-made cars and trucks did a nice unapologetic eight, 10 or 12 mpg, for the most part. Unbeknownst to Eva and me (we thought we were rugged individualists), wed embarked on typical 20th century American lives. Our century, the 20th, was distinguished not just by world wars and social change, but by the sounds of internal combustion engines and the sight of pole-strung wires connecting every town and almost every home in the United States and western Europe. We used resources (in this case fossil fuels) like there was no tomorrow. So did everybody else we knew. That fact to me that reality suggests the ultimate dependency, one far exceeding the dependencies of a mere international economy. Why? Because were still doing it now and now all of us know what were doing. Now, weve become a conscious and willing part of a rising tsunami of resource exploitation by humans. Our human tsunami is distinct from the Earths cycles of change in geology, geography, weather and biology that have unfolded since the planet was created four billion years ago. But this tsunami doesnt exist in a vacuum, by itself. In fact, its an accelerant. So the more we drive, or the less we drive electric or gas-saving vehicles, the more we have to accept blame for the horrific consequences our children will inherit. What can we do? The answer is, a little each day. And thats not hard. Plan to drive a little less: Make one shopping trip instead of two or three in a week. Buy locally produced foods that dont have to be shipped great distances, requiring heavy participation in the tsunami. And plan to vote. Vote for the candidates who take the tsunami seriously and look for ways to hobble it, to slow it, to break it up and inhibit it. One other thing, too: recycle, like my cousin, Mike. I no longer have my old IH pickup. But Mike still has and operates the Dodge Power Wagon, now 60 years old this fall. He drives it just a little each day. Or week, or two. This column first appeared in August 2017. roger WILLIAMSrwilliams@floridaweekly.com

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A4 NEWS WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY PublisherShelley Hobbsshobbs@floridaweekly.comEditorRobbie Spencerrspencer@floridaweekly.comReporters & ColumnistsEric Bretan Stephanie Davis Kristine Gill Jerry Greenfield Dan Hudak Phil Jason Myles Kornblatt Lindsey Nesmith Melanie Pefinis Scott Simmons Drew Sterwald Nancy Stetson Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren Tim Gibbons Vandy Major Bernadette La Paglia Charlie McDonald Bob Raymond Ivan SeligmanCopy EditorCathy CottrillFood & Wine EditorKaren Feldmankfeldman@floridaweekly.comPresentation EditorEric Raddatzeraddatz@floridaweekly.comProduction ManagerAlisa Bowmanabowman@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersMeg Roloff Chris Andruskiewicz Paul Heinrich Scott Sleeper Circulation SupervisorTara Rosheimtara.rosheim@floridaweekly.com Circulation Field DriverTom HumphreyAccount ExecutivesDave Dalfonsodave.dalfonso@floridaweekly.comCori Higginschiggins@floridaweekly.comLexi Marklelexi.markle@floridaweekly.comNicole Ryannryan@floridaweekly.comAdam Schonberg aschonberg@floridaweekly.comOperations 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 2018 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: $34.95 in-county$53.95 in-state $60.95 out-of-state OPINIONCivility is for suckers Its doubtful that a former American presidential candidate has ever formally endorsed incivility before, but Hillary Clinton is ever full of surprises. In an interview on CNN, the erstwhile advocate of if they go low, we go high switched around to unapologetically call for going low. You cannot be civil with a political party, she explained, that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. She added that if Democrats retake a house of Congress, well, then, thats when civility can start again. Clintons statement is yet more confirmation of the radical mood of the current Democratic Party, not just in blessing tactics that once would have been anathema to the mainstream, but questioning the legitimacy of core elements of our system. The partys base is just a few steps from beginning to give up on our common national life. Civility is a rather fundamental thing to throw under the bus. It is the basis of our political life, assuring that disagreements are settled within certain bounds and dont escalate into blood feuds. This doesnt mean that there cant be intense arguments, harsh condemnations, passionate controversies and partisan donnybrooks. These are all endemic to a free society and very healthy things. It does mean that there are certain widely accepted guardrails. In the Brett Kavanaugh debate, the normal pressure points of the democratic process (rallies and demonstrations, phone calls to congressional offices, online, print and TV advocacy) were deemed insufficient senators had to be berated in the hallways, chased out of restaurants and harassed at their homes. Asked on CNN if the actions against her fellow senators went too far, Mazie Hirono stood by the harassment: I think it just means that there are a lot of people who are very, very much motivated about whats going on. But when you angrily confront someone, especially as part of a group, it carries an inescapable whiff of physical intimidation. When you shout Ted and Heidi Cruz out of a Washington restaurant, you arent trying to convince them of anything, you are merely abusing them. When you yell at Senate hearings and floor votes, you arent influencing the process, but disrupting it. Our system of government is increasingly held in low regard on the left. The 2016 election was somehow stolen, and the mechanism that gave Trump his victory, the Electoral College, is illegitimate. The Senate, which confirmed Kavanaugh and gives small, red states the same representation as large, blue states, is also illegitimate. Finally, the Supreme Court, now home to two Trump-appointed justices, is illegitimate as well. Thats a lot of illegitimacy, all stemming from one lost presidential election. Imagine if Democrats lose another? The fact is that if you believe an institution is legitimate only if you control it or it works in your favor, you never truly believed in its legitimacy to begin with. Perhaps the Democratic fever will pass if the party gains some power again, as Clinton suggested in her remarks. But its notable enough that one of our major parties is showing signs of contemplating a divorce from our system as it currently exists. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. rich LOWRYKing Features Winning at gutterballIts Major League Baseball playoff season, as well as the run-up to the elections. Oh, the games people play. Way back when, in the early 20th century, New York Giants manager John Mugsy McGraw was the first to utter an important life lesson for those who play either form of Hardball (thank you, Chris Matthews). Nice guys, he growled, finish last. Its wisdom the Democrats are only now allowing to penetrate their cluelessness. Really? they whimper in amazement. Its not enough to be righteous? Not when its self-righteous, which is what so many Americans perceive them to be, along with sanctimonious. Nor is it enough when the other team is governed by a mindset of whatever it takes to win, fair or foul. Back in John McGraws day, the crosstown Yankees with Babe Ruth dominated Americas Pastime. These days, in our other pastime, the Republicans succeed by being ruthless. They dont really stand for the interests of the great bulk of Americans, opting instead to represent the wealthy few, who long ago realized, as Will Rogers declared, that we have The best Congress that money can buy. Actually, Mr. Rogers was only in the neighborhood. Its really the best government money can buy. And even thats not true, because, in many cases, its really a pretty useless one, which suits the GOP just fine. It keeps their rich patrons happy because they dont want to be effectively regulated as they pursue their moneygrubbing ways. The Democrats like to think theyre above all that sleaziness, which is totally wrong for two reasons: First of all, the Ds scrounge for dollars as much as the Rs do. Besides, even if they were squeakyclean, they actually need to be willing to roll around in the mud. Michelle Obamas When they go low, we go high just wont cut it, particularly when it comes across as being high and mighty. A few Democrats are even saying so publicly, like former Attorney General Eric Holder, who got a rousing cheer with his When they go low, we kick them. He didnt say where you kick them, but use your imagination. Even Hillary Clinton, who personified her partys inner sanctimony when she ran for president, caused a few gasps when she declared, You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for. Some liberals probably got the vapors when she said that, but she was taught a bitter lesson by Donald Trump, who now occupies the White House, riding a crest through the hateful g utters of his campaign and his dangerous presidency. Hillarys superior qualifications amounted to nothing. Time for Trumps enemies to learn some hard lessons from him. Democrats have evolved from working-class champions to effete snobs. Too many dont understand that cheap shots work in campaigns, the kind the other side puts out constantly in its TV ads. Cheap shots are expensive. It costs a lot to conduct oppo research and then distort it in TV spots. The liberals need to accept that the only way for a candidate to set up shop inside the Beltway is to hit his or her opponent below the belt. Just like the conservatives do. Bob Franken is an Emmy Awardwinning reporter who covered Washington for more than 20 years with CNN. bob FRANKENKing Features

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A10 NEWS WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYAnd now along both coasts of Florida and everywhere else, it seems, local breweries are busting out like a Ninkasi spring, borne on a tide of hankering for fresh and local, or original, as the case may be with some beers made in Europe. Although this isnt news in many places the Northwest and the Northeast of the United States, for example, have robust, two-decade-old local beer economies its been slow coming in Florida, says Dave Robbins, owner of The Belgian Monk in Punta Gorda and a philosophy instructor at Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort Myers. History? Here in Port Charlotte a restaurant and brew pub called the Sunset Grill opened in 2000, and it went out of business, he says. Then in 2008 the IceHouse opened, they had 26 drafts, and it was still considered odd. But now craft beer has hit Florida like a big rain, and theres no going back, it seems. The Belgian Monk opened 10 months ago. A lot of people are looking for good beer and craft breweries pop up almost every day. That doesnt mean every brewery makes good beer, though, Mr. Robbins cautions. A little more history: Belgian beer dates back centuries, and is still made by Trappist monks from six monasteries. The Belgian Monk itself is based on a brew pub its founder came to love while studying philosophy as a graduate student at the Catholic University of Brussels, one of only about 10 in Florida that has so many Belgians mostly ales. With other food, Mr. Robbins also serves kabobs, because when the pubs closed at 3 a.m. in Brussels there was always a kabob shop open nearby fresh, fast and delicious, he says. In the simplest terms, ales are the ancient beers warm-brewed with yeast at the top of the ferment. They include pale ales, porters, stouts, wheat and brown ales. Lagers, on the other hand, are coldbrewed with the yeast at the bottom, and include pilsners, bocks and Oktoberfest beers. The lagers are newbies, with genomes or genetic material that originated in Argentina joined with the more ancient stuff of ales going back to the Sumerians only about 500 years old at most. They originated in Bavaria at about the time Europeans began hauling back plants from the New World, beerologists say. About 70 percent of The Belgian Monks drafts are indeed Belgian the beer comes in kegs and modern shipping allows it to be served virtually as fresh as it would be in Brussels but he also serves a range of craft brews that include beer from the Peace River and Fat Point Breweries nearby. The contrast simply in history and tradition is striking. Half my Belgian drafts are 300 to 400 years old, he explains. Palm, a mild Belgian ale, is by far my biggest seller, and theyve been making it from the same recipe since about the 1700s. Whereas Fat Tire, for example, came to the East coast about four years ago. Palm was craft beer before they had a term for craft beer. Its so popular, in fact, that Mr. Robbins has taken to erecting a flag outside his establishment when the beer is fresh in, and taking the flag down when he runs out. So many breweries, so little time Thats just one brew story, but there are now many. Jumping into this tradition, brew pubs and tap rooms here come with at least two attractive qualities, in addition to the beer: Characters who run them, and enviable, sometimes ambitious names. Names like Rip Tide Brewing or Bone Hook Brewing in Naples; World of Beer, or Big Storm Brewery in Fort Myers and Cape Coral; The Belgian Monk or Fat Point Brewing in Charlotte; or the Twisted Trunk, the West Palm Brewery & Wine Vault, and Accomplice, in Palm Beach County to name only a few. They also come with characters characters who can work like dogs but seem to know a lot about the world. At the Accomplice, in the warehouse district about a mile north of Palm Beach International Airport, for example, coowner Matt Stetson is the executive cider maker thats hard cider, the original go-to drink of the Puritans in the New World, who probably had a lot more fun than they get credit for having. Born in upstate New York but raised mostly on Floridas southeast coast, Mr. Stetson could brew beer by the time he was 9 years old. His grandfather taught him but he also taught the boy how to make hard cider, says his partner, coowner Felonice Merriman, the senior warden of the place. They offer customers cider from a recipe that came from his great-greatgreat-great grandfather in the old country, along with about 15 other ciders and two meads in grain-free taps. This is not gluten-removed; on the contrary, this is no gluten, ever hence the grain-free tap in ciders made with an apple base and a wide range of fruits. The Accomplice also has 14 Floridaonly beers and 12 wine taps, along with a variety of food delivered daily in gourmet food trucks with specialties. It wasnt always going to be that way. Originally they were just going to be wholesalers, and that remains a significant part of the business, with distribution from the Orlando area to Miami, Ms. Merriman says. But things changed. We were South Floridas first cider works, with a plan to sell only through retailers, but people kept stopping by, she said. And the more word spread and people kept coming, the more they realized they needed a license. Two licenses a wine license to sell cider, and another to sell craft beers. So now, Accomplice is about to host a Nov. 3 grand reopening of the tap or tasting room. You can drink there or get growlers to go in quarts or gallons. You can even bring your own containers, your own food, or enjoy the specialty food trucks. Matts very innovative. He likes to do cool South Florida fruit, Ms. Merriman notes of the ciders. For example, the Mango Madness cider we dont buy mango syrup, we use mangoes. And we do a lemon basil called Limone di Genoa thats for the Loews Portofino Bay Resort, a Universal resort, they came to us and asked and its incredibly refreshing. We do a coffee cider using a local roaster in Jupiter, too. Much of this focus began with her own gluten-free needs, she acknowledged. When Matt met me we (started) this brewing project, but I cant ingest gluten so we started working on a plan for the cider works, she says. In a step that now seems extraordinary for any successful business with reach, they had less than $100,000 to kick off the business mostly money from themselves and friends. But they knew what they were doing and the city of West Palm Beach, unlike a number of other Florida towns, welcomed their business as long as they stuck to the warehouse district. So they did, she says. And it took off, leading to an expansion. We went the direction of gluten fee and meads, and we also have a cidermead hybrid, which is usually higher alcohol than cider but not as high as the meads, she explains. The honey really jacks that up. But Matt Stetson wasnt just born to brewing and cider making; he was also born to music. He holds a degree in music composition from one of the nations foremost arts colleges, the Eastman School of Music. Nowadays and with the help of cider maker Justin Hutton, the music is in the mug or glass.The working lifeLest any think the life of a craft brewer is all bar-stools, beer and good cheer, L.J. Govoni can offer a little more insight. Co-owner of the reputable Big Storm Brewery, a Tampa-based business with several pubs in the state including one in Cape Coral, Mr. Govoni and his partner Mike Bishop are now celebrating their sixth anniversary in business.BEERFrom page 1 COURTESY PHOTODave Robbins and Ken McCoog, co-owners of The Belgian Monk in Punta Gorda. COURTESY PHOTOMatt Stetson and Felonice Merriman, co-owners of Accomplice in Palm Beach.COURTESY PHOTOA happy welcome at The Belgian Monk.

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We started in this 2,300-square-foot warehouse with a glorified pots and pans system, and when it was 100 degrees outside, it was 120 degrees inside, Mr. Govoni recalls. Not to be vulgar, but we used to have a urine chart in there like you might see in an NCAA locker room, requiring mandatory water breaks. Now, they have an 8,000-square-foot warehouse, three facilities and a story that goes right back to their roots. Mike was a senior when I was a sophomore in high school, and my dad was his football coach, Mr. Govoni says this was at Clearwater Central Catholic. They went their separate ways and Mike Bishop got into the business first, becoming a brewer. That in itself is a story: He toured a Yuengling brewery so frequently for the free samples that one day when a tour guide didnt show up, a Yuengling official asked Mike Bishop if hed mind leading the tour. He didnt mind, and he didnt mind hard work, either, Mr. Govoni says. Suddenly he was in the business, not just drinking it. Mr. Bishop is now Big Storms master brewer. Eventually, Mr. Govoni found his way into the business, too. I dont know if youve ever seen me, but Im a short fat guy so obviously I like beer, he says. He also doesnt mind very hard work thats true of any brewer but in his case, he really does love the business side of this ancient business. You work for yourself in an industry where the definition of what something is changes on a constant bases. You have to have a passion for entrepreneurship, he says. In Cape Coral, Big Storm is a smallbatch brewery, with 16 beers on tap and an 1,800-square-foot tasting room. When the weather allows, which is often, the front doors and brew house doors are open so you can see whats going on, he says. All of thats part of a very ancient tradition, one summarized best, perhaps, at The Belgian Monk, which offers this motto: Beer. Food. Absolution. Absolution is a word with an exceeding rich history in western Europe a Catholic history inspired in part by one of the great pillars of the church, St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas, who might very well have granted absolution to beer drinkers, may not have needed to after he defined the principal of temperance in drinking this way: not as not drinking, but as drinking usque ad hilaritatem, or just to the point of hilarity.Thats what happens at The Belgian Monk and often at other craft brew houses.Were a happy pub, says Mr. Robbins, brewer and philosopher and were also tongue-in-cheek. You can have a guilt-free good time, because where you find Belgian ale, youll find absolution. COURTESY PHOTOIn Cape Coral, Big Storm is a small-batch brewery, with 16 beers on tap.

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The U.N. group upped the ante several weeks ago by forecasting a doomed planet. The trouble is the forecast is implausible, and its proposed remedies are even more implausible. Drawing on questionable computer models, the IPCC warned that temperature rise must be held to 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels to prevent vast flooding, starvation and rampant disease. Thats even more dire than the phony Paris accords, which promised salvation if the temperature increase could be held to 2.0 degrees Celsius by the end of the century. Its all pie-in-the-sky. British scientists recently forecast we will blow by the 1.5-degree target by the mid-2020s. An earlier study published in Nature Science Change reported a 90 percent chance the planet will be warmed by 2 to 4.9 degrees Celsius by 2100 in spite of a 90 percent reduction in carbon emissions. David Victor of UC San Diego said, Theres no scenario under which temperature rise could be contained below 2 degrees. We cant get there from here. The damage has already been done. This all assumes the computer models are reliable. The U.K. Center for Ecology and Hydrology couldnt narrow projections to more than 2.2 to 3.4 degrees. The journal Nature says the issue is stubbornly uncertain. Peter Wood, head of the National Association of Scholars is quoted as saying, The whole discipline of climate change is a farrago of unreliable statistics, arbitrary research techniques and politicized groupthink.None of that fazed the U.N. panel. Urging immediate, drastic, large-scale economic changes, it would have us plaster the country with solar panels, cover the coastlines with wind turbines and convert farmlands to forests presumably to suck up carbon dioxide. It would also impose a national (or is it international) carbon tax, the unworkable panacea when all else fails. And it all has to done now. Carbon emissions must be cut 45 percent by 2030.It wont happen. Heres why. China, India, even ever-so-green Germany are increasing, not decreasing, coal usage. U.S. oil and natural gas production is soaring, and Russia and Saudi Arabia arent about to turn off the spigot. The International Energy Agency estimates fossil fuels will provide at least three-quarters of the worlds energy needs in 2040. Even the less-stringent Paris promises, if delivered, would provide less than 1 percent of the carbon cuts the U.N. says are now needed. And to accomplish that, some $2.4 trillion in annual investment, about 2.5 percent of world GDP, would be required over the next two decades (Wall Street Journal). The IPCC manifesto is little more than a pipe dream. But it does serve to fuel the hysteria. Hurricane Michael has been blamed on global warming, as have record 2017 temperatures (El Nino played no role, trumpets the headline). The ozone layer is thinning, the globes nutrients are being sapped, fruit production is tanking. While we fiddle, the earth burns, writes a political columnist. She offers no solutions. Various reports blame climate change for both drought and heavy rainfall, both melting icecaps and increasing cold, both lower crop yields and uncontrollably higher crop yields. Blame it for whatever ails you. Arthritis? Why not? Its like the little boy hollering wolf. Pretty soon nobody pays any attention to the warnings. Can we, in fact, do anything to deal with climate change? Yes. We can prepare for it. We cant turn back the weather clock or roll back the seas. But we can change coastline zoning, locate utilities inland, boost desalination capacity. We can foster drought-resistant crops and focus research on heat-driven diseases. We can pump government money into research for renewables. Subsidizing inefficient solar and wind isnt the answer. Instead, we should use the power of government, our taxpayer dollars, to make renewables the free-market choice. Reducing green energy cost is one approach. Removal of CO2 from the atmosphere is another. Still another is injection of reflective particles into the atmosphere to deflect the suns rays before they reach the earth. There is no shortage of ideas. While none of these things will cool the planet, some might slow down the warming. Research is the key. The Wall Street Journal editorializes, The only real salvation will come from technological breakthroughs. Climate skeptic Bjorn Lomborg writes, Genuine breakthroughs are required Analysis shows a ramped-up green-energy budget of around $100 billion a year would be the most effective global-warming policy. Will any of this happen? Not likely. Preparation for ocean rise gets attention only when theres here-and-now damage. An example is Miami and a few other lowlying metropolitan areas like Baltimore. Budget-busting research is also unlikely. Government at all levels has too many other priorities. Climate change is, after all, a long-term proposition with uncertain timing. It cant compete with the economy, jobs, affordable housing, the opioid crisis and a host of other immediate problems. Bottom line? The untenable IPCC report is a yawn. We have more important things to attend to. A retired chemist, Naples resident Dave Trecker serves on a number of local boards. Follow his blog at www.theresidentscorner.com. TRECKER

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A14 NEWS WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYMs. Storys and Mr. Tomhaves entries for honorable mentions. As organizer and overseer, I also checked in every Writing Challenge entry as it pinged into my in box, did a word count (maximum allowed was 750; 18 stories went over and were disqualified), made sure the writer had provided a phone number and hometown and then formatted the document so the entries would all look the same for the judges. Here are a few other favorite things I noted in the process: Shortest entry: 110 words, The Final Illumination, a sweet read about first love by Henry Heitmann of Fort Myers Beach. Longest entry: 1,800 words. Really. When I generously offered the writer the chance to self-edit his piece so it could be considered, he responded: It is what it is. Take it or leave it. I left it. Best title to go with photo prompt: Steps to the Loo, My Darlin, by Roberta Gerber of Bonita Springs, for her story inspired by the staircase photo. Best title that might also describe the Writing Challenge itself (tie): The Agony of the Creative Spirit, by Jerry Churba of Naples, and The Eternal Search for an Original Thought, by Daniel Krause, also of Naples. And best first sentence (three-way tie): The plainness of a cheese sandwich and an orange juice should willingly inspire an overactive but tractable mind to one goal. From A Cheese Sandwich and OJ with Cherub Rock, by Jason Pfeiffer of Palm Beach Gardens. Our lives are held together on certain fundamental assumptions: Water is wet, gravity holds us to the ground, no two snowflakes are alike and our parents acted in our best interest. From The Road Back Home, by Carol Macchi of Fort Myers. I suppose this is the outcome I should have expected when I took life-changing advice from my husbands mistress. From Family by Mary Fairbanks of Fort Myers. So another Florida Weekly Writing Challenge is a wrap. Thanks to all who participated. We hope you enjoy reading the four winners and that perhaps youll be inspired by one or more of our photo prompts next year. WRITINGFrom page 1 Writing Challenge finalists We received more than 400 entries in the 2018 Florida Weekly Writing Challenge. In addition to the four winners whose entries are printed this week, these are the writers whose stories were chosen as nalists (some writers submitted stories inspired by more than one of our four photo prompts and had more than one story in the batch of nalists): David Aiken, Fort Myers Monica Banker, Estero Maureen Barisonek, Fort Myers Kelly Cheary, Palm Beach Gardens George Cook, Fort Myers Patty Durachko, Douglassville, Pa. Mary Fairbanks, Fort Myers Henry Heitmann, Fort Myers Beach Kristy Kryszczak, Naples Carol Macchi, Fort Myers Kristin McGlothlin, Jupiter Gary Mendenhall, Cape Coral Rhianon Morris, Port St. Lucie Lillie Rohling, Punta Gorda (a 14-year-old freshman at FSW Collegiate High School) Carolyn Wertman, Port Charlotte Donald Wester eld Sr., Rotonda West Bruce Wetter, Venice I will travel this road for the next 568 years, collecting dead souls from the roadside and depositing them at way stations that appear each midnight. At the end, I hope to enter Heaven. The dead are mostly rapists, child molesters and terrorists who dont deserve any sympathy. I dont talk to them. If I dont pick them up, theyll be gathered by another collector. For the first two years, I stubbornly ignored those miserable souls. Finally, I brought one in out of boredom, and thats when Caterina, my bitch of an Assigned Angel, revealed that each soul collected reduced my sentence by a day. The early years were hard. The road wound through a rocky desert where I pulled a sled that could carry one soul. Now, after years of adhering to the rules, I have a horse and trap, on a paved country road, that can carry three souls. Even so, the road is monotonous, the horse limps and the pace is an excruciating two miles an hour. I miss the exhilaration of weaving in and out of traffic at high speeds in my Lamborghini. One night, I hit a disabled car. It was in the right lane, not on the shoulder, and a family of four was inside waiting for help. That was stupid of them. A posthumous blood sample showed I had high levels of drugs and alcohol, but that wasnt the problem. I was driving fine. Those idiots just didnt belong in that travel lane in a broken down piece of crap. They all died. Then I was here, picked up and deposited at a way station, where I met Caterina. I was sentenced to 588 years as a collector. That would have been 600 years, but my mothers earnest prayers saved me 12 years. I relieve the boredom by reminiscing about my past an enviable life where I was handsome and wealthy, which entitled me to beautiful, skinny women with long, shiny hair and long legs. The sex was hot! I excelled at schemes to separate people from their money. The world is a jungle, and I was a top predator. The people I cheated were stupid and oh, so eager to trust me. No guilt on my part. If I didnt cheat them out of their savings, someone else would have done it. I had a yacht, an airplane, condos in New York City and Aspen and a bevy of lawyers to keep me out of jail. Every night, Caterina, old, short and gray-haired, asks the same questions, and I defiantly give her my same answers. What did you do today? Gathered three souls. What did you think about? My old life. What did you learn? Nothing. Whats to learn? This place is boring as hell. Hell is much worse. How can I get out of here faster? Stop thinking about yourself so much, Raymond. Geez! What else is there to think about in this place? Then she gives me a bottle of water and a baloney sandwich to combat the feelings of thirst and hunger over the next 24 hours, and I continue my journey. Ive learned not to irritate her too much. Twice in the past, she made me start the road over because of vulgar descriptive language. My clothing magically changes at midnight. Yesterday I looked like a drug dealer. Today she has me wearing a police uniform. I see my first soul of the day: a young female with gorgeous long legs and half a head standing by several men riddled with bullet holes. I stop. The men eye my police uniform and move away. Are you getting in? I ask her. I cant see! Where am I? She sounds alarmed. I get down to help her. Your head is half gone. Suicide? Shootout with the police after we killed all 28 children in the camp. Whoa! Innocent children? Youre screwed now! Am I going to Hell? She sounds scared. Maybe, I say. We have a long journey. Would you like a bite of baloney sandwich and a sip of water? Yes, thank you. Due to my police uniform, no other souls climb in today, but I chat with my passenger a little. The way station appears at midnight. I go through the usual questions with Caterina. Then she adds, You showed some compassion today, Raymond. Each compassionate act reduces your sentence by another day. Really? Wish shed told me that a lot sooner. Nancy Neuman is a resident of Port Charlotte.It was a day like any other dark, rainy, dreary and slow ... very slow. People always assume that if youre a private investigator, or PI, your days are filled with exciting adventures. Ha! That only happens in the movies. A real PIs life is not like that. Most days are filled with waiting for clients to show up. Today was a waiting day. So far, it looked like the most exciting thing on my agenda would be the latest Dr. Seuss novel and a warm glass of milk. I must admit, this Dr. Seuss is quite a clever fellow. I sat at my desk studying my small statue of the angel Ayala and her sweet sidekick, Apollo. I rubbed the little cherubs. I could almost hear the soothing music of Apollos lyre and Ayalas unspoken words of gratitude. I sent a humble, silent request to them letting them know that about now would be a nice time to send me a little business. Well, with nothing else left to do, and all that silent lyre music playing in my head, I decided it was time to just chill out. An hour later, I was nicely tucked into my couch enjoying Dr. Seuss and warm chocolate milk, when there came a very quiet tapping at my office window. At first, I just thought I must be dreaming, but then it came again ... tap, tap, tap. I rose from my spot and cautiously opened the window. I looked to the right, and then peered to the left, but there was no one there. I was just about to close the window when, to my surprise, a head popped up. Big, soulful brown eyes peered at me from beneath disheveled feathers. Who are you? I asked. What are you doing on my windowsill? HONORABLE MENTION GRAND WINNER Long Journey The Strange Case of Infamous BobBY NANCY NEUMANFlorida Weekly Writing Challenge BY GERALDINE STORYFlorida Weekly Writing Challenge CINDY PIERCE / FLORIDA WEEKLY

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NEWS A15Now Ive done it. Here I am, my formidable belly-up and I cant move. Thats what I get for being too lazy to make two trips upstairs. Id rather cut off the circulation in my arms carrying cases of beer up to the kitchen than make two trips. Oh, well. No worries. Shell be home soon enough. Ill be fine. Just dont move, they say. No prob lem there. Those stairs are going to be the death of you some day, the little woman has been saying for decades now. As much as I hate to admit it, shes right. I can see her now, standing over me laughing her ass off, taking pleasure in that very fact given my current predicament. This old fart doesnt have a cell phone surgically attached like most of my cohorts these days. Its always thegrandkids-this and the-grandkids-that. Wretched, noisy, self indulgent, entitled, germ-ridden walking petri dishes, in my not-so-humble-opinion. I barely liked my own kids when they were little. Yep, Im a card-carrying curmudgeon. My friends (if you can call them that) and especially my relatives would agree. Find out what youre good at and do your best at it, I always say. I embrace that philosophy and am exceptional at speaking my mind at every opportunity. Its essential that certain people hear the truth without sugar coating. Why should I tiptoe around someones ego, just to have them complain about the same thing over and over? Nip it in the bud, fix it and move on otherwise, shaddap and get out of the way. You will thank me later. As a result, Im pretty much tolerated for the most part at family gatherings, as Ive been coined the death of the party. Yeah, Brother Spends-too-Much and Cousin Desperate, I hear you whispering, you ingrates. Id give my left arm to reincarnate into a fly on the wall at my attorneys office to see your faces when you find out what I left you in my will. Where is the better half? Now, theres a stretch. What could she possibly be doing this late? Was there a sale on pallets of eggs or vats of applesauce at the big box store? Beer, I get, but its ridiculous how much we pay for these gargantuan containers that I can barely lift due to my arthritis. Thats what got me in this predicament in the first place. Ive told her time and time again to knock it off with the big purchases, but its like in one ear and out the other. As it stands, Im going to put half of this crap in the will. Actually, thats exactly what Im going to do once Im out of this mess. Dear ingrates, all you get is enough egg on your face to last a lifetime. Brilliant! Well where the Hell is she? Yap, yap, yap Little Johnny got into law school, or Little Mary is having triplets, or my favorite, Did you see what Myrtle had the nerve to plant in her garden? Enough already. Get it together and get your Aunt Fannie home and help me here. I have to go to the bathroom. Its starting to get dark. It hasnt been that long, has it? Damn, my head hurts. Everything is blurry and grainy but then, having your glasses fly across the room while falling down the stairs tends to cause that. Now this is strange: The rest of me isnt in pain I just cant move. Wait, the clock upstairs just chimed two bells. That cant be right. How could it be so dark already? Now Im starting to get really steamed. Wouldnt it serve her right if she finally showed up to find me dead in the basement? Oh, boy, thats rich. I know that Ive been a handful these last few years since retiring, but is it possible that she might just dance a jig upon discovery of a very overweight, grumpy husband dead at the bottom of the basement stairs? Hell, now that I think of it, I wouldnt blame her one bit. I dont even like myself sometimes these days. Hey, whats that going on upstairs? I dont remember leaving the light on up there. How many times do I have to keep telling everyone to turn the lights off when they leave the room? For the love of Mike, why doesnt anyone listen to me? I pay the bills in this house, dammit. If that power bill is through the roof this month, theyll get a piece of my mind. Wait just a gall-darned minute. The light is getting brighter as the room seems to be getting darker. Im feeling better all of a sudden, almost weightless. Did those ridiculous movie people in Hollywood finally get something right for once? I certainly hope so, although it looks like I picked a bad day to be an atheist or a good day stop being one. A.M.L. Brown lives on Marco Island.I am Infamous Bob, said the pathetic creature on the window ledge in a sort of clucking gobble. And you must be the famous Colette Gizzard. Somehow I knew I could find you, Colette! You know, Infamous Bob, my clients usually use the front door. I cant remember the last time one arrived via window. At any rate, if Id known you were going to use the window, Id have left you some birdseed. Now that youre here, how can I help? But first, Infamous Bob, kindly explain what you did to become infamous. Please accept my apology for any and all inconveniences to you. I got the name Infamous Bob after my 23rd escape from the Rainbow Turkey Farm. I desperately need your help, Colette. Word around the turkey farm is that youre in charge of the underground turkey railroad, otherwise known as Operation Relocate-A-Turkey. Word is that you help turkeys reinvent themselves. Oh jeez, another one, I thought. I was stunned that word had gotten around so fast. Well, Infamous Bob, I said, the word out is true. In fact, I have a group leaving today for Uncle Feathers Mule Farm. Mule farm? Yes. Are you in? Sure, but dont I need a disguise? Disguise? Heck no! Who would suspect a truckload of turkeys on their way to a farm? I chuckled. We walked downstairs and I loaded Infamous Bob into my truck along with the other turkeys. Off we headed to Uncle Feathers Mule Farm, where I happily dropped off a truckload of rescued turkeys. It was Uncle Feathers job to reinvent them. He might even reinvent them as donkeys.Back home, I sat down to that all-American dinner, hot dogs and potato chips. I looked over at Ayala and Apollo. They hadnt brought me any paying business, but it certainly was an interesting afternoon. Geraldine Story lives in Punta Gorda. RUNNER UP The AtheistBY A.M.L. BROWNFlorida Weekly Writing Challenge BETTY WELLS / FLORIDA WEEKLY IVAN SELIGMAN / FLORIDA WEEKLY

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I was certain there were voices behind that red church door screaming voices, trapped voices but no one else could hear them. Still, it was generous of the police to drive out here, an obscure part of the countryside where the old abandoned church stood, walk around it and peer into the windows, see nothing and pretend they didnt think I was crazy. I will give them credit for that. But I am not crazy. I did hear those voices. Now that I was alone, I leaned even closer to the door, set my ear against its warm, painted surface and listened. The screams were louder now. I pulled away, frightened. It was then that I noticed some of the red paint had come off. I stroked my ear with my finger and saw the color red. I ran my palm across one of the nail heads and watched as my palm turned red. The door seemed old, painted years ago, perhaps centuries why was it fresh now? I tried to wipe the color off with my other hand but it wouldnt go away. Both my hands were reddish now. I looked at the nailhead and realized that beneath its paint was a tarnished silver color. I rubbed my shirt against it and the silver polished instantly. It shone in the sunlight. It wasnt just a color it was a metal. I ran my hand along two more nailheads that stained my hands and quickly polished them to a brilliant shine. The door, I thought, must be worth a fortune, what with silver nails with heads the size of human eyes. I continued exposing the silver until I became almost reddish in the process and the door almost brilliant in the polishing. It was studded with silver and exploded with light. I even hoped the police would not return, for fear they would want a portion of my discovery. After I had polished every last nail in the door, I turned my attention to the wood. I ran my shirt sleeve along it and saw the red color cover my entire arm. I smiled as I wondered what secret was behind that bright color. You can imagine my surprise when I saw the first faint glimmerings of gold real gold! I bent down to it and stared at its luster. I held my breath. Finally, without shame, without care, I kissed that door, that red door that hid its gold and silver treasure for centuries behind its red color. I kissed it and was proud to have done it. I was sure my mouth was red, because the door had given up its color so easily to me, but it didnt matter. I had found my escape from bills and boredom, from worries and trouble. I had found my Eden, my luxury, my delight. I moved closer to the door, so close that I turned my feet sideways to stand even closer to it. I lifted my arms over my head and held my palms and my entire body close to that red door and leaned into it. I felt its summer warmth roll over me, the warmth of gold and silver bright and blinding around me. I felt it in a rapture. It was when I tried to pull away from the door that I discovered I could not move. Not an inch! Not a millimeter! Not a micron! I was impaled by it, stuck as a fly on flypaper, motionless, my eyes frantic and staring, my one eye held firmly by the door and my other eye in wild surmise over the abandoned fields nearby, the empty dirt road and the placid, indifferent clouds overhead, all quiet witnesses, all unable to help. The eye close to the door watched my arm enter that same red door and dissolve into it, become a part of it. I twisted myself but found I could not move. I began screaming into the air and soon found myself screaming into the door. I suddenly stopped and listened. I had heard those other voices again, the ones that first made me call the police and beg them to listen harder to hear. I was one of those voices now. They were next to, no longer in front of me. I was calling out. I was screaming. Can you hear me now? Jonathan Tomhave lives in Naples.HONORABLE MENTION The Red DoorBY JONATHAN TOMHAVEFlorida Weekly Writing Challenge BETTY WELLS / FLORIDA WEEKLY

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 A17 Get in the spirit by shopping Spirit Halloween for seasonal decorations and costumes! Not only will you save 10% on your entire order, but 10% of your sale will support Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Floridas Child Life Program. To view a list of participating stores or to download your coupon, visit LeeHealthFoundation.org/Spirit. Less Scaryfor KidsHospitalsMaking www.oaktreedentistrynaples.com 90 Cypress Way East #20 Naples FL (Across From Sams Club) 239-596-5771 $98 (A $270 VALUE) New Patient Special! CALL NOW TO EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE! Comprehensive Exam (D0150) Oral Cancer Screening Full Mouth Digital X-rays (D0210) FLORIDA WRITERSA cautionary tale unfolds in a gemlike psychological thriller Under My Skin by Lisa Unger. Park Row Books. 368 pages. Trade paperback original, $16.99.Lisa Ungers craft is so astonishing that it makes me want to cry tears of appreciative joy. Tears are also prompted by the harrowing situation of Ms. Ungers main character, Poppy, as she tries to rebound from the hideous murder of her husband Jack. In the aftermath of the tragedy, Poppy blanked out for several days, coming to consciousness in a state of confusion. Her identity has been oddly transformed and her confidence shaken. With the help of a therapist, she has made a lot of progress in the year since Jacks death, but she is frequently tormented by strange nightmares that might be distorted memories. Are bits and pieces of the lost days pressing for recognition? There are also other patches of time she cannot recall. Moreover, she doesnt trust herself to sort out whats real and whats the product of a dream-state. Poppys goals are to fill in the blanks and bring Jacks murderer to justice. Then to pick up the pieces of her life and move forward. But her path to health is thwarted by her abuse of pills and alcohol. She sabotages Dr. Nashs therapy by lying to her. In her attempts to regain control of her life, she resists the overtures of her controlling best friend, Layla. She also resists the overtures of her controlling mother. Poppy needs to be in control; she needs to set limits on well-meaning intrusions on her autonomy. Pathetically vulnerable, she lives in a state of fear, believing shes being tracked by a hooded man who might be connected to Jacks murder. Her attempts at gaining control show courage but also recklessness. Sl owly, ever so slowly, she makes progress. Important secondary characters include Detective Grayson, the NYPD policeman working the murder case, and a Neil, a man who makes metal sculptures. A shadowy figure from Poppys recent past, Neil is clearly an important part of her present. Both are protective of Poppy, but in very different ways and with different motives. Poppys ordeal, her attempt to recapture the idealized memories of her marphilJASONphiljreviews@gmail.com UNGERSEE THRILLER, A21

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ried life, carries the unexpected strain of doubts about the true nature of her relationship with Jack, a relationship compromised by his responses to her two miscarriages. Poppy and Jack were first and foremost professional photographers. They loved their artform and felt most alive when pursuing the perfect shot. They were adventurous. At some point, they became business people: They lived more predictably and made pragmatic choices. Ms. Unger, through Poppys reflections, suggests that, perhaps without knowing it, they traded their artistic souls for something far less essential to their individual natures and to their relationship. Its a cautionary tale. So, there is a lot going on, including threats to Poppys life, in this gemlike stand-alone novel. Excruciating suspense, all-encompassing intimacy with Poppys chaotic inner state, masterful pacing and exquisite scene-building all serve to elevate Ms. Ungers achievement beyond the genre label of psychological thriller. Revelation follows revelation to a remarkable climax. You dont want to miss it. Lisa Unger is one of those writers committed to appreciating her loyal fans. She does this in a variety of ways, including newsy emails, contests and book giveaways. A bit of special attention followers receive in Under My Skin is the cameo appearance of Jones Cooper, a major character developed over several novels Ms. Unger set in the mysterious upstate New York village known as The Hollows. Like yours truly, these readers will wear a smile of recognition for Ungers special show of gratitude. About the authorLisa Unger is The New York Times and internationally bestselling, award-winning author of 16 novels, including the psychological thrillers Die for You, In the Blood, Darkness, My Old Friend, and more recently Ink and Bone and The Red Hunter. Her books are published in 26 languages worldwide, have sold millions of copies, and have been named Best of the Year or top picks by the Today show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Weekly, Amazon, Indie Booksellers, Goodreads and the Sun Sentinel, to name a few. Her essays have appeared in NPR, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Travel+Leisure. Mrs. Unger lives in Floridas Tampa Bay area with her husband, daughter and Labradoodle. 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. NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 A21 IV/ORAL SEDATION239 653-7809 Naples Marco DN15286 THRILLERFrom page 17

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feel too intimidated on the interstate.Its not worth comparing the price of what it would cost to upgrade to larger and longer range EVs. Thats not what the Fortwo is best at competing against. Instead, the argument should be about upgrading from neighborhood electric vehicles into the Smart. The Florida lifestyle includes plenty of small beach towns and communities engineered with traditional-style downtowns. Those of us who enjoy this localized living have probably seen the benefit of those souped-up golf carts. Theyre extremely easy to park because of such a compact size, and they can make an errand run feel like an open-air adventure. The Smart EV has that same appeal. The difference is, those golf carts have a false sense of security that come from doing low speeds in a sleepy beach town. The problem is not the safe habits of the golf cart driver. Instead, its difficult putting faith in that everyone else with real and heavy vehicles will behave correctly. Thats a big gamble, especially when a spouse or a grandchild is along for the ride. For their sake, it seems like an acceptable extra investment to buy a vehicle that gets a four-out-of-fivestar safety rating by the government. Remember, thats a score for real fullsized vehicles. Soon Smart will upgrade the Fortwo electric with a new EQ name and a larger 112-mile range. It still wont be the ideal long-range commuter, but the convertible is the beachy fun machine that offers a real air conditioner and an unparalleled sense of security. NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 A23 EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MEDICAL MARIJUANA AND WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU!DO YOU SUFFER FROM CHRONIC PAIN? Come learn about the medical benets of cannabis and how to obtain your medical marijuana card. MEDICAL CANNABISSEMINAR! FREE EVENT! PRESENTED BY: SAVE THE DATE!TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH 5:00-7:00PM (MUST BE 18+ TO ATTEND)HEAVY HORS DOEUVRES AND NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS PROVIDED. CASH BAR WILL BE AVAILABLE.at THE STAGE IN BONITA SPRINGS9144 BONITA BEACH ROAD SE, BONITA SPRINGS, FL 34135(LOCATED IN THE ACE SUNSHINE PLAZA) PRESENTER: Dr. Robert Brueck CEO and Chief Medical Ofcer SWFLs TOP Medical Marijuana Certied Doctor Dr. Brueck is an experienced and caring healthcare professional who understands patients needs and is passionate about helping patients access alternative treatment which is often more effective than many medicines or painkillers. ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED! PLEASE CALL 239-202-0772 TO RSVPOLD FRIENDS, BRING NEW FRIENDS! DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE TO ALL NEW PATIENTS! INDUSTRY REPS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY OTHER QUESTIONS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.LIBERATEGULFCOAST.COM C O A S A T. C OM BEHIND THE WHEEL

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When I got my diagnosis, I knew that I had to go to the doctors that saved my mom, too. Thank you, Florida Cancer Specialists. -Cari Ellison, Patient and Breast Cancer SurvivorCon dence. A powerful element in ghting cancer.Cari Ellisons family has a history with breast cancer, but she never thought she would be diagnosed when she was just 28 years old. Cari watched as Florida Cancer Specialists saved her mothers life in 2008, so she was con dent they had the best doctors and treatments for her now. Using a drug approved from a clinical trial that her mother participated in at Florida Cancer Specialists, Caris doctors put her on a targeted treatment plan. In the past three years, the majority of new cancer drugs approved for use in the U.S. were studied in clinical trials with Florida Cancer Specialists participation. The personalized treatment plan saved Caris life and the support from her doctors and nurses raised her spirits, proving that when hope and science join forces, great outcomes can happen. W orl d Class Me dicine. Hometown Care. FindHopeHere.comWhere Hope is Powered by ScienceProud to serve patients at our ve Collier County locations.Simon Abi Aad, MD Deborah Z. Glick, MD Joel S. Grossman, MD Douglas D. Heldreth, MD Rebecca Kosloff, MD Andy Lipman, MD Daniel J. Morris, MD Steven B. Newman, MD Michele Ramirez, MD Mark S. Rubin, MD Ferdy Santiago, MD Jay Wang, MD CoCONFIDENCE

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A26 NEWS WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Periodontal disease may be a contributing factor to: HELPING YOU KEEP YOUR SMILE FOR A LIFETIME! PLEASE VISIT NAPLESDENTISTPRACTICE.COM Periodontal FACT DR. BRADLEY T. PIOTROWSKI, DDSPERIODONTICS AND IMPLANT DENTISTRY 1044 Castello Drive, Suite 202, Naples, FL 34103239-263-6003 FREE SCREENING($140 VALUE)HURRY! Offer expires 10/31/18. Call and schedule today! HEA L T HY LIVINGMoving beyond opioids to manage pain SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYNIH News in HealthMost people experience some kind of pain during their lives. Pain serves an important purpose: It warns the body when its in danger. Think of when your hand touches a hot stove. But ongoing pain causes distress and affects quality of life. Pain is the No. 1 reason people see a doctor. A class of drugs called opioids is often used to treat pain. One reason, explains National Institutes of Health pain expert Dr. Michael Oshinsky, is that opioids work well for many people. Opioids can stop the body from processing pain on many levels, from the skin to the brain. Because they work throughout the body, he says, Opioids can be very effective for multiple types of pain. But opioids also produce feelings of happiness and well-being. And theyre reinforcing: The more people take them, the more they crave them. This can lead to addiction or continuing to take opioids despite negative consequences. Scientists have not yet been able to develop opioids that reduce pain without producing these addicting effects, Dr. Oshinsky explains. The longer someone takes opioids, the more he or she may need to take to get the same effect. This is called tolerance. Having a high tolerance doesnt always mean youll become addicted. But taking higher doses of opioids increases the risk for both addiction and overdose. The United States is now in the grip of an opioid crisis. Every day, more than 100 Americans die from an opioid overdose. This number includes deaths from prescription opioids. We dont need better opioids, Dr. Oshinsky says. We need to move away from the reliance on opioids for developing pain treatments. NIH is funding research into new and more precise ways to treat pain. Its also working to develop new treatments to combat opioid misuse and addiction.Opioids not always neededOpioids are often prescribed for acute pain. Acute pain is short-term pain the kind experienced after an accident or an operation. But other drugs may be just as effective for acute pain, even after surgery, explains Dr. Dena Fischer, a dental health expert at NIH. Some of these drugs, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, dont require a prescription. People may think that prescription drugs work better for acute pain. But thats often not the case, Dr. Fischer says. Using something other than an opioid first can be especially important to manage acute pain in fields such as dentistry, she adds. Many people receiving opioid prescriptions from dentists are teens or young adults who have never been prescribed an opioid before. Research is starting to tell us that people who receive an opioid prescription as a teenager have a tendency to continue to take opioids for non-medical purposes in the long term, Dr. Fischer says. Health care providers who decide their patient needs an opioid are now being encouraged to give only a few pills at a time. People who receive shorter prescriptions are less likely to misuse their pills by taking more than prescribed or taking them after the pain is gone. This also cuts down the chance that the pills could be taken by others.When pain is chronicManaging chronic pain is more complicated than treating acute pain. More than 25 million people in the United States alone live with chronic pain, which is pain that lasts more than three months. Many things can cause chronic pain. For example, Dr. Oshinsky says, a muscle that was damaged in an accident may heal relatively quickly. But if a nerve was also hurt, it can continue to send pain signals long after the body has repaired the muscle. Other types of chronic pain are driven by brain changes, explains Dr. David Williams, an NIH-funded pain researcher at the University of Michigan. When these changes happen, the brain continues to perceive pain even though the injury has healed. For people with this type of chronic pain, sometimes called central pain, opioids and some other kinds of pain medications can actually make the pain worse. Research has shown that talk therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, can help many people with chronic central pain. These types of therapies emphasize behaving in different ways or thinking in different ways that alter the perception of pain, Dr. Williams explains. Pain is a combination of a sensory and an emotional experience. Cognitive behavioral therapy can also help people with chronic pain manage related health problems, such as problems sleeping, feeling tired or trouble concentrating. This can increase quality Recovery Month celebrates heroes who stand up for mental health, addiction DAVID LAWRENCE CENTERDavid Lawrence Center hosted more than 300 people at the annual Recovery Month Awards Dinner. Guests enjoyed a community resource awareness reception, dinner, a raffle and an awards ceremony that honored outstanding individuals who share their voices to advocate, educate, mentor and help others with mental health and addiction. Every year, DLC joins voices of recovery from across the nation to observe National Recovery Month to promote the message that behavioral health is essential to health, prevention works, treatment is effective, and people recover. The 2018 theme, Join the Voices for Recovery: Invest in Health, Home, Purpose, and Community, explores how integrated care, a strong community, sense of purpose and leadership contribute to effective treatments that sustain the recovery of individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Robert Crowe was honored for being an active leader in the recovery community and proudly sharing his 26-year sobriety journey with others. He coordinates groups of volunteers who visit local treatment centers, detox units and jails to spread hope and encouragement that recovery works. He also sponsors and mentors individuals through recovery.NCH Healthcare System President Allen Weiss was honored for his work leading the Blue Zones initiative and helping to make Collier County one of the healthiest and happiest regions with the longest life expectancy in America. In addition to advocating for how to prevent illness, Dr. Weiss is a dedicated treatment partner, working closely with DLC to save the lives of those in crisis. Capt. Beth Jones with the Collier County Sheriffs Office youth prevention and delinquency services division was honored for dedicating her 28-year career to helping troubled kids and teens. She works alongside DLC on a variety of youth-oriented programs and trainings and is a strong advocate for mental health interventions in the schools. Laurie Lyons, a yoga and meditation instructor and co-founder of Open Mind Zen Naples, was honored as a holistic treatment volunteer for providing meditation services for individuals in the DLC Crossroads residential treatment program and in-kind services as prizes to events. A very special, heartfelt lifetime achievement award was presented by the DLC Alumni Association to Nancy Scheffer, who retired in 2018 as a Crossroads behavioral health technician. During her 28-year career, she touched thousands of families battling addiction and left a lasting impression on all who had the pleasure of feeling her positivity and unconditional love and support. Support from people like these honorees is what makes life in Naples so great. We come from a strong community that cares about its neighbors. To join DLC and stand up for mental health and addiction, there are a variety of ways to get involved. Attend an upcoming event, advocate, make a donation, fundraise for hope or follow them on social media. Learn more at www.DavidLawrenceCenter.org or call 455-8500.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 A27 DR. MANUEL JIMENEZ RODRIGUEZ IS NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS.THE RIGHT CARE FOR A HEALTHIER YOU. 6101 Pine Ridge Rd., Desk 10/11 Naples, FL 34119Member of the Medical Staff of Physicians Regional Healthcare System. D RIGUEZ IS NOW S Y Y O O O U U U . Rely on Dr. Jimenez Rodriguez, board-certied internal medicine physician, for comprehensive care for patients 16 and older. Dr. Jimenez Rodriguez is committed to helping his patients live healthier lives and provides treatment for diabetes, high blood pressure, and COPD, among other conditions. And great news! Same-day appointments are often available. Schedule your appointment online at JimenezRodriguezMD.com, or call 239-778-1120.Manuel Jimenez Rodriguez, M.D.Board-Certied in Internal Medicine Habla espaol. Providing the Highest Quality Eye Care, Optical Services and Aesthetic Procedures www.ECOF.com 888 EYE APPT(888-393-2778) Call for an Appointment! ( ( ) ) OR DIAL ** EYE ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE CLEARLY SINCE 1971 David C. Brown, MD, FACSWorld Renowned Cataract Surgeon Founder & Medical Director Dealing safely with painThings you can do if youre prescribed an opioid: Ask if there are ways besides opioids to relieve your pain. Make sure your health care provider knows about all other medications you are taking. Let your health care provider know if you or others in your family have had any problems with addiction, such as with alcohol, prescription medications or illicit drugs. Ask about the risks of taking an opioid. Ask how to take the opioid and how long you should take it. Never use alcohol when taking an opioid. Store opioids in a safe place out of sight and out of reach of children, preferably in a locked cabinet. Dispose of leftover prescription medicine quickly and properly.of life for people with chronic pain. It can also have overlapping effects. Pain processing and sleep and thinking and mood all share the same neurotransmitters in the brain, Dr. Williams says. So, by improving something like sleep, youre also improving pain. Non-opioid drugs can help some people with chronic pain, too, Dr. Oshinsky says. Many of these drugs were first developed to treat different health conditions, such as seizures, depression or anxiety. But they can also change the way the brain processes pain. Some people benefit from devices that stimulate the nerves directly to block pain signals from reaching the brain, Dr. Oshinsky adds. Different devices can work on different parts of the nervous system, from the nerves in the skin to the spinal cord. People with certain types of pain have also been shown to benefit from exercise, acupuncture, massage therapy or yoga.Expanding the optionsThe alternatives to opioids we have now dont work for everyones pain. More non-opioid, non-addictive treatment options could help reduce the number of opioids prescribed each year. Recently, NIH launched the Helping to End Addiction Long-Term Initiative (www.nih.gov/research-training/medical-research-initiatives/heal-initiative) to address the shortage of effective medications for chronic pain and other issues contributing to the opioid crisis. Some of the research funded by HEAL will focus on understanding how chronic pain develops. A better understanding of how acute pain becomes chronic could reveal new treatment targets. Researchers funded by HEAL also hope to learn how to predict who will develop chronic pain from acute pain. This information could be used to guide early pain management, Dr. Oshinsky explains. HEAL will fund research into new treatments for opioid misuse and addiction as well. More options for pain management could help doctors better personalize pain treatment. It could be a little more like precision medicine, where you try to identify what flavor of pain the patient has, and then match the treatments we have available to the needs of that patient, Dr. Williams explains. HEALTHY LIVING

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New Hires LONGEVITY Peformance Center, a new concept in health and fitness to open later this year, has tapped Michael Stull to be director of the facility, says Dr. William Kapp, founder of LONGEVITY and CEO of Landmark Hospitals. Mr. Stull graduated from Heidelberg University with a degree in health and human performance and exercise science. He is a certified personal trainer and strength and conditioning specialist. He has spent more than 15 years in the wellness industry, delivering presentations and designing holistic health and wellness programs. LONGEVITY is projected to open in early December in Naples. Jeffrey John has joined the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau Collier Countys department of tourism as sports development manager. Mr. John will work closely with Collier County Parks and Recreation as well as national, state and local governing bodies to solicit and retain sports tourism events in the region. Mr. John previously served as sales manager for Visit Tucson Sports, and in a similar position with the Greater Columbus Sports Commission. Over the past 20 years he has worked events with a myriad of sports organizations including the American Junior Golf Association, Major League Soccer, Ohio High School Athletic Association, National Collegiate Athletic Association, the United States Olympic Committee as well as numerous youth sports organizations. Mr. John, a native of Ohio, recently relocated to Naples from Tucson, Ariz. The Southwest Florida Symphony recently announced Susan Anderson as its new general manager. Ms. Andersons career in orchestra management has stretched over 30 years and has made her one of the top GMs in the field. She is a graduate from the College of William and Mary, and received her Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Anderson began her career in New York with the prestigious Live from Lincoln Center broadcast, and as assistant orchestra manager at the New York Philharmonic. She worked for the Cleveland Orchestra, and then spent many years with the Baltimore Symphony. Since 2011 she served as GM of the Santa Barbara Symphony in California and worked closely with Southwest Florida Symphony maestro Nir Kabaretti. Ms. Anderson currently works with Opera Santa Barbara as orchestra and production coordinator. Quintino (Tino) De Sousa has been hired as an art director at B-Squared Advertising of Naples. Mr. De Sousa was born in South Africa. His family moved to California when he was 3, and eventually to Florida during his high school and university years. He attended Edison State College, Florida Gulf Coast University and the University of Florida college of journalism and communications. While at the University of Florida, Mr. De Sousa worked on a number of national and international projects for such corporations as SunState Federal Credit Union, Amazon Echo, Tesla, Mars Chocolate Snickers and O Magazine. Youth Haven recently welcomed former WINK News reporter Olivia Mancino as its new marketing coordinator. Ms. Mancino will be responsible for developing and maintaining media correspondence, as well as creating marketing materials across multiple platforms. She is also working toward her masters degree in criminal justice through the University of Central Florida. She has lived in Southwest Florida for two years, previously living in her hometown just outside of Chicago. BNY Mellon Wealth Management has named Paul J. Simon as senior director, wealth manager in Naples. Mr. Simon will be responsible for managing client relationships covering all aspects of wealth management advice including investments, planning and banking. Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Mr. Simon was vice president and portfolio manager of Stoney Creek Advisors, where he managed multiasset model portfolios. Mr. Simon holds a bachelor of science in finance from Wayne State University in Detroit. Awards & Events Ron Labbe, CEO and owner of Naples Lumber & Supply, was awarded the highest honor that the Florida Building Materials Association bestows upon a member: the Charlie Harnden Industry Service Award. The award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding service to the building supply industry and his or her community. It is not presented annually, but only awarded when the FBMA Executive Committee has determined that a nominee has gone above and beyond the call of duty. Mr. Labbe started at Naples Lumber as a helper in the yard and worked his way up the ladder to owning one of the states most successful independent retail dealers. Andrew D.W. Hill, president and co-founder of Andrew Hill Investment Advisors Inc., recently participated in the 2018 Sustainable Investing Conference at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. The conference was a gathering of more than 500 investment professionals who heard from the leading financial institutions, wealth advisors and family office professionals regarding the business case for Environmental, Social and Governance investing and the alignment of investor capital. The ESG Investing trend is being driven largely by the rise in wealth/investing among women and millennials, most of which are greatly interested in sustainable investing. A recent report by the Business & Sustainable Development Commission estimates that achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals could also open up $12 trillion of market opportunities, while creating more than 380 million new jobs by 2030. 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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NEWS A29 We do it all, so you can love it all. Proudly serving Fort Myers and Naples. Visit our showroom at 12801 Commerce Lakes Dr #15, Fort Myers, FL 33913239.900.1384 | REBATH.COMBathtub-To-Shower Conversions Shower Liners Walk-In Bathtubs Bathtub Liners Over Existing Tile Free In-Home Estimates One Day Installation look. Best of all, our licensed, insured, locally owned and operated Re-Bath teams complete projects in days, not weeks.Schedule your free in-home consultation today! $500 OFFA Re-Bath System Expires 10/31/18. Not to be combined with any other offers. We are passionate about bringing spaces to life.Boutique Showroom & Installation MONEY & INVESTINGU.S. has eyes on China, watching for currency manipulationThe two largest economies in the world, the U.S. and China, have increasingly been behaving less like allied trading partners and more like economic adversaries. In the past year, each has levied massive tariffs on goods imported from the other country. The U.S. even announced it was withdrawing, after 144 years, from the global postal treaty which allowed discounted mail and freight to enter the U.S. from emerging nations like China. And last week, the U.S. Treasury Department announced its list of currency manipulators which many analysts speculated could include China. What is a currency manipulator and which countries were labeled manipulators by the U.S. government? A country may want to have a stronger or weaker currency for a variety of reasons. Many industrialized nations have perused a strong currency strategy because it brings down prices on imported goods, including energy and raw materials, and enables its citizens to therefore consume more. However, a strong currency has the disadvantage of making exports from that country more expensive for potential customers in other countries. On the other hand, many third world and export-driven counties desire a weaker currency, as it enables that country to export goods at a cheaper price and therefore boost goods sold globally. The flip side to this policy is that it makes imported products more expensive and increases inflation. What many in the U.S. government have a problem with in regard to currencies is when certain foreign governments, like China or Japan, artificially keep their currencies low for an extended period of time. They do this by selling their currency in the open market and then buying a foreign currency like the U.S. dollar. Many believe that this creates an unfair advantage to foreign exports coming into the U.S. when American consumers buy these products with artificially strong dollars. But in order to officially be labeled as a currency manipulator by the U.S. Treasury, a foreign government must meet three criteria. First, it must have a trade surplus with the U.S. of at least $20 billion. This simply means the countrys exports to the U.S. must be $20 billion more than U.S. goods imported into that country. Second, the foreign nation must have a current account surplus of at least 3 percent of that countrys GDP. A countrys current account surplus is its trade surplus plus any financial or transfer payments made to that country as well. This statistic basically accounts for any lending or borrowing done by that nation to other nations. And finally, the country must undertake persistent, one-sided intervention in its currency where net purchases of foreign currencies are at least 2 percent of its GDP over a 12-month period. In other words, that nation must repeatedly manipulate its currency substantially. So even though many members of the government believe that China is a currency manipulator, it did not meet the threshold set up by the Treasury Department. In fact, the country has been recently attempting to strengthen its currency as investment capital has been fleeing the country due to a slowing domestic economy and the ongoing trade war with the U.S. However, the U.S. still remains concerned about Chinas huge trade surplus with the U.S., and the Chinese governments policies to grow exports while limiting imports. The Treasury Department did keep China on its currency manipulator watch list, which includes Japan, Germany, South Korea, Switzerland and India. However, no country was specifically labeled a currency manipulator. You can bet, though, that this topic will continue to be at the forefront of the current administration for the foreseeable future. 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

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 BUSINESS A31 I trace my roots back to 1968, when I was formed as one of the first hospital management companies in the United States. Over many years, I built and acquired lots of hospitals. In 1994, I merged with Columbia Healthcare, which had previously acquired Humanas hospital operations. I recently boasted 178 hospitals, plus 119 surgery centers, in 20 states and the United Kingdom. Ive been taken public and private several times in my life, and I am currently publicly traded, with a recent market value north of $46 billion. I have 249,000 employees and more than 28 million patient encounters each year. Who am I? Think you know the answer? Well announce it in next weeks edition. THE MOTLEY FOOLTo Educate, Amuse & Enrich Ask the Fool Fools School My Dumbest Investment The Motley Fool Take Name That CompanyWant to Invest? Email us at foolnews@fool.com, and well send you some tips to start investing. Sorry, we cant provide individual financial advice. Know Your Dividend Red FlagsIt can be hard to beat dividend stocks. The best ones not only pay you regularly throughout the year (and increase those payouts over time), but their share prices also grow. Still, just like other stocks, dividend payers are not guaranteed to do right by you. Learn to spot red flags and you may be able to avoid some losses. Researchers Eugene Fama and Kenneth French, studying data from 1927 to 2014, found that dividend payers outperformed non-payers, averaging 10.4 percent annual growth vs. 8.5 percent. Meanwhile, dividends have accounted for 42 percent of the return of the S&P 500 Index between 1930 and 2017, per Morningstar data.Still, every year, plenty of companies reduce or even eliminate their payouts often in times of trouble, when their stock prices are also heading south. Red flags such as extremely high yields, industry headwinds, spotty track records and high payout ratios can warn you to minimize your losses.A huge dividend yield can be due to the stock having plunged in price, with few investors believing in it. If an industry enters a downswing, as happens in cyclical industries and during economic crises, there may not be any earnings to distribute, leading to dividend cuts or suspensions which can turn out to be temporary or permanent. Companies with inconsistent histories of dividend payments can be disappointments especially in a bear market, when external factors may strain their resources. Fortunately, many companies sport long dividend histories. Procter & Gamble, for example, has paid a dividend every year since 1891! A companys payout ratio calculated by dividing the annual dividend by earnings per share reflects the sustainability of its dividend. If a company is paying out more than its making, thats not a good sign, so a payout ratio well below 100 percent is best. To see some promising dividend-paying stocks weve recommended, check out our Motley Fool Stock Advisor service at fool.com/services. Listen to Your SpouseAs a man, I should have known better when my loving spouse said she did not understand why a real estate limited partnership was a good investment for our (very modest) college savings for our daughters and/or future house purchase. But I, of course, in my male wisdom, not only listened to the brokerage salesperson, but also elected to invest in it in my IRA. Well, it was later revealed that my brokerage was misbehaving, and it wiped out many thousands of investors, pushing limited partnerships and suggesting that they were as safe as CDs. I lost the entire $2,000 investment in my IRA. And by the way, I shouldnt have had a tax-advantaged investment in my IRA anyway, as the IRA is already tax-advantaged. You pay your money for some education. I also try to listen to my spouse more. B.H., onlineThe Fool Responds: You learned some great lessons. For starters, some investments are better suited for IRAs than others. Stocks you expect to grow the fastest and securities paying hefty interest or dividends might be good for your Roth IRA, as you can expect not to be taxed on withdrawals. Tax-free bonds, on the other hand, neednt be in a taxadvantaged account. Meanwhile, know that many limited partnerships are fine investments, but they do work a little differently than common stocks, and you should read up before investing. Profitable StorageIf youre looking for solid stocks with dividend yields over 3 percent, real estate investment trusts, or REITs, are an excellent option. Theyre required to pay out 90 percent of their taxable income to shareholders, and many pay 100 percent. One REIT for investors to consider is Public Storage (NYSE: PSA), which has a dividend yield recently over 4 percent. Public Storage primarily acquires, develops and operates self-storage facilities, and it boasts more than 2,400 facilities in 38 states and 228 facilities in western Europe. It generates revenue through rental income from tenants, and it can boost that by raising prices in supply-constrained markets or via higher occupancy rates. On the downside, tenant leases tend to be short-term in nature, which can lead to a more cyclical business. Public Storage offers a lot of stability. Over the past few quarters, its occupancy rate has easily topped 90 percent and its even stronger in the supply-constrained West Coast regions. It also has more market share than the next three largest publicly traded self-storage companies combined. Investors can enjoy its dominant market-share position, thanks to its early acquisition strategy that gobbled up facilities in a highly fragmented industry. People will always need a place to store extra stuff; that demand isnt going away anytime soon. That makes Public Storage well worth considering for longterm investors seeking income. A Reorganized S&P 500QI heard that the S&P 500 recently reorganized itself. What does that mean? A.B., Winona, MinnesotaAThe Standard & Poors 500 index of 500 big companies is adjusted regularly, with some companies being removed from the index while others are added to replace them. For example, Twitter was added to the index in June to replace Monsanto, as Monsanto was being acquired by the German company Bayer and would no longer be a stand-alone company or stock.The index recently underwent a bigger transformation than usual, though, as it changed how it classifies and groups certain companies. Gone is the Telecoms sector, replaced by a new Communications Services sector. The new sector will contain not only companies that provide various communication platforms but also companies offering media content. Some of its components will be Comcast, AT&T, Verizon Communications, Walt Disney, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Googles parent, Alphabet. The change was made to better classify companies with operations that span both communication channels and content.The reorganization wont really affect those invested in the overall S&P 500 index, but if youve invested in any funds specializing in various sectors, the holdings in them may well have changed. ***QWhat do you think about investing in companies that have filed for bankruptcy protection? Their stocks look cheap might they not recover and be good investments? R.Y., Strasburg, VirginiaAIts best to steer clear of bankruptcies.Holders of common stock tend to get little or nothing when companies emerge from bankruptcy, while creditors and others might get some pennies on the dollar. These companies also often emerge with new stock, their old stock rendered worthless. Give them some time to perform post-bankruptcy before considering investing. Want more information about stocks? Send us an email to foolnews@fool.com. Last weeks trivia answer I trace my roots back to 1898, when my founder failed to make granola and flaked wheat berries instead. He later flaked corn, and a breakfast staple was born. I introduced my Bran Flakes in 1915. I was one of the first companies to include nutritional information on packaging. I increased my hiring during the Great Depression and made K rations for soldiers in World War II. Im based in Battle Creek, Michigan. Today my brands include Pringles, CheezIt, Keebler, Special K, Pop-Tarts, Eggo, Famous Amos, Morningstar Farms, NutriGrain, Kashi and RXBAR. I rake in about $13 billion annually. Who am I? (Answer: Kellogg Company) BUSINESS MEETINGS SCORE Naples will host a QuickBooks seminar to help local businesses make educated decisions based on their financials. The event will take place 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Naples Accelerator, 3510 Kraft Road. The presenter is Cheryl Willett, president of Willett Business Management, Inc. As an accountant and certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, she provides setup, training and problem resolution for clients. Ms. Willett educates bookkeepers, accounts and CPAs on the intricacies of QuickBooks. $30. Sign up by visiting www.scorenaples.org or call 430-0081. SCORE Naples hosts a social media series for business owners workshop from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the Naples Accelerator, 3510 Kraft Road. Attendees will learn about the importance of email marketing. $30. Sign up by calling SCORE Naples at 430-0081. The Collier Building Industry Association is hosting its November mixer from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at Monark Premium Appliance Co., 27180 Bay Landing Drive, Suite 1, in Bonita Springs. Attendees will enjoy an evening of networking with CBIA members. $20 for members; walk-ins not accepted. RSVP by Nov. 9. Consultants from the Small Business Development Center at Florida Gulf Coast University are available at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce, 2390 Tamiami Trail N., every Thursday. To make an appointment for a free session, call Suzanne Specht at 745-3704. Business Networking International goal setters and networkers meet at 7:30 a.m. every Thursday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 777 Mooring Line Drive. Call Jamie Bergen at 572-3720 for more information. Business Networking International goal setters and networkers meet at 8 a.m. every Wednesday at St. Monicas Episcopal Church, 7070 Immokalee Road. Call Ted Fitzpatrick at 9107994 for more information. Email business meeting announcements to rspencer@floridaweekly.com.

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A32 BUSINESS WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.BestChoiceWindowTinting.comLICENSED & INSURED Make Your Home, Vehicle or Business COOLER! ENERGY EFFICIENT | CLEAR VIEW OUTSIDE | PRIVACY LOOKING IN! UP TO 80% TOTAL SOLAR ENERGY REJECTION AND REDUCES GLARE (RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FILM) PROUDLY USING Change the look of your entryway with our DECORATIVE WINDOW FILM CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE: 239-275-TINT (8468) s C F R E MENTION THIS AD TO GET 10% OFFWITH 50 SQFT MINIMUM PURCHASEEXPIRES 12/31/2018Nearly a century later, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation of Fort Myers and the city of Fort Myers public-private partnership has reinvented the historic depot and added a 13,160-square-foot addition to transform the site into the regional Collaboratory. The 2.4-acre campus features vibrant spaces for work, gatherings and special events as it provides a platform for regional collaboration. By establishing its regional offices at the Collaboratory through a long-term lease with the city, the foundation is providing both stewardship of a valuable community asset and leadership in gathering and galvanizing people, ideas and philanthropy. Just as the depots parallel iron rails once helped redefine the regions trajectory, its renaissance rides converging rails of innovative thinking powered by cutting-edge technology, dedicated community stakeholders and impactful philanthropy a unifying regional effort to advance sustainable social, economic and environmental vitality for generations to come.Physical, virtual innovationThe very notion of the Collaboratory is as much a mindset as it is a geographic location, serving as an organizing principle that extends far beyond its physical walls. Yes, the Collaboratory has a regional home base in Fort Myers with vibrant office space for nonprofit tenants as well as interactive meeting facilities and technology resources for non-tenant participants but, just as importantly, the Collaboratory model is portable and packs the potential to foster complementary synergies among regional stakeholders. We were very intentional with the concept of the Collaboratory as a space rather than a place, said Sarah Owen, foundation president and CEO. Well be taking Collaboratory ideas and energy and events all over the region, and people will be able to connect to us digitally in what is a virtual hub thats geographically unbound. In fact, Collaboratory work was already underway before the building was even completed. In a very real sense, the Collaboratory can be thought of as a living laboratory for community crowd-sourcing, as it seeks to fuel diverse ideas and strategies that achieve long-lasting solutions to the most pressing challenges facing the region. New Market Tax CreditAs with many trailblazing projects, funding is typically one of the most difficult and complicated obstacles to overcome. In partnership with the city, the foundation rose to the challenge with a $10 million New Market Tax Credit deal, a financing vehicle that encourages economic development in distressed neighborhoods. Beyond the NMTC program underpinning the Collaboratorys financing, an added benefit is that its use has spurred other entities to explore tapping into the financial tool, which would further boost the nonprofit sectors capacity to fulfill its varied missions. Taking the LEED Located between Jackson Street and Central Avenue, the campus was designed from the ground up to serve as a model of sustainability best practices. The Collaboratory will undergo a rigorous certification process with the goal to earn one of the highest designations in environmentally responsible building: LEED Gold. Administered by the nonprofit U.S. Green Building Council, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is among the worlds most widely respected green-building rating systems. One of the primary components to LEED certification is water management, an especially crucial issue given that the condition of Southwest Floridas waters is an essential element supporting the economic engine of tourism. Among the myriad eco-friendly design features, the campus was engineered so that 99.45 percent of potential stormwater runoff up to a 30-year storm event will be retained on-site rather than add potential contaminants to the stormwater system. Purpose-driven design Inspired, purposeful work is cultivated by inspired, purposeful space and technology. The Collaboratorys mission is to bring together diverse voices in a collaborative environment, whether inside the facility or through digital connectedness. Within the Collaboratorys flexible-use space, Every design decision reflected its mission and intent, said Dwayne Bergmann of Dwayne Bergmann Interiors. A key facet that empowers regional engagement is state-of-the-art technology. The Collaboratory will be connected to the Florida Lambda Rail, an ultra-high-speed fiber optic network spanning some 1,500 miles in the state. As such, it will have access to all the participating institutions on FLR, from universities and other nonprofits to government entities that are members of the network. This allows the sharing of data and information as well as access to offsite content at speeds that open up new opportunities such as virtual HD classrooms and other remote-learning resources.Taking the long viewThe regional Collaboratory opens a new door of opportunity for Southwest Florida. And like any transformative effort, its poised to be as evolutionary as it is revolutionary. In fact, the very nature of innovation entails a disruption of the status quo and a degree of what if? the answer to which evolves from today to tomorrow and beyond. And thats already happening: sparked by the Collaboratory, other regional entities have begun to ask What ifs? prompting conversations with the foundation about how their own organizations might be able to finance other impactful projects through the New Market Tax Credit program. A game-changing concept that takes root in the region holds the promise of a harvest no one could have predicted, as innovation feeds innovation in a cycle of momentum. Ms. Owen said, I think the vision of whats possible is going to come into sharper focus as more people are at the table to help create that vision. Its going to emerge through the very act of bringing people, ideas and resources together. What weve created is the container for that emergence, both physical and virtual. Were here with the framework to partake in the experience that will create the vision. RAILSFrom page 30VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYMedia representatives toured the eco-friendly design features.

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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 Banyan Island at Grey Oaks $2.950 M 1640 Chinaberry Way Lucarno at Mediterra $975,000 16660 Lucarno Way WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31 2018WWW.FLORIDAWEEKLY.COMCOASTAL REAL ESTATE GUIDENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY COURTESY PHOTOSStunning new upgrades and designer appointments highlight this three-bedroom, 3,600-squarefoot villa in a tropical setting in the private enclave of Villalago at Mediterra. Details include precast exterior details, brick paver driveway, a three-bay garage, gated courtyard entry, expansive outdoor living, screened loggia and lanai and pool with a spillover spa. Design features include arched passageways, volume 1014-foot ceilings, extensive wide base and crown moldings, new wood plank flooring in living areas, den, foyer and galleries. The bedrooms have new carpet, plantation shutters, drapery panels and wall coverings. The kitchen has new quartz countertops and a gas cooktop with new mosaic tile backsplash. There are three full and two half-baths, a formal dining room, a study and a great room/family room with custom built-in entertainment center. Emily K. Bua and Tade Bua-Bell of John R Wood Properties have the listing for $1.1 million. To arrange a showing or for more information, call 595-0097 or visit www.BuaBellSellsNaples.com. House Hunting 18081 Lagos Way | B1

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Extraordinary views & privacy. 6000+SF, 5+Den. 40 Dock + 50 Boat Slip. Soaring dramatic 20+ ceilings. Gated golf course community & marina $4,795,000 PARK SHORE SOUTHPOINTE ON NAPLES BAYExpansive Coastal & Gulf Views. Direct Gulf Views All Rooms. 3/3 Re-Mastered & Renovated. Over 1,700SF Private Terraces. True Walkouts to beach $3,995,000 Transcendent waterfront home with over 1 acre of manicured grounds and over 220 of water frontage. 5+Den / 5.5 Bath, incredibly private $10,900,000PORT ROYAL Completion Spring 2019. Top of the Line CBS Construction. 4+Den and 5 Full Baths. 3-Car Garage. 5,000SF Luxury Residence. Close to Everything in Olde Naples. $5,295,000OLDE NAPLES N Db Nt Rn Cfr Atn -b W Fr B Rr SW Frn f@.r / .. / ttt..r 2015, 2013, & 2011 #1 REALTOR COMPANYWIDE E Nbt Rb Et Snft r Bt Sbbt r On Yt PELICAN MARSHFantastic Design & Quiet Location. Furnished 3+Den / 3 Bath. Spacious + Private Elevator. 2-Car Garage $629,000 REGATTA AT VANDERBILTGorgeous long Water views. 3/2 fully furnished, amenities, garage parking, gated, walk to beach $779,000 TURNKEY FURNISHED GREY OAKS ESTATESSouthern Exposure. Golf Course & Lake Views. Elegant 4+Den Residence. High Ceilings & Expansive Lanai. 3-Car Garage $2,895,000 NEW TO MARKET LOGAN WOODSGorgeous Move-In Ready on 2.5 Acres. New Roof + New Appliances. Stunning Design With Attached Guest House. Large 4+Den, 3-Car Garage. New Picture Frame Screen Enclosure $1,195,000 NEW TO MARKETCurrently the largest available western exposure site on a wide water Cove in Aqualane Shores. Preferred rectangular lot, 100 feet water frontage, plus up to 190 feet depth. $4,950,000 AQUALANE SHORES NEWCONSTRUCTION PRICE REDUCTION

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 REAL ESTATE B3 Dante DiSabato Follow me on: Broker Associate REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE INSURANCEWilliam Raveis Real Estate 720 5th Ave., Naples, FL 34102 Cell: 239.537.5351 DanteDiSabato.raveis.com 1807 Snook Drive LISTED AT $2,995,000 The Dunes Unit 1605 LISTED AT $1,625,000 2075 Crayton Road LISTED AT $3,895,000 B rok e W 7 2 Ce D LISTED AT $8,500,000 333 GULF SHORE BLVD SOUTH Ashton Woods releases new coastal-inspired homes at Naples ReserveAshton Woods is introducing its newest coastal-inspired, single-family models at Naples Reserve, offering lakeside living in a resort-style community. Each of these newly constructed homes showcases a great room floor plan for relaxed Florida living along with unmatched flexibility in design and a high level of personalization tailored to buyers distinctive lifestyles. By collaborating closely with the design team at The Studio by Ashton Woods, buyers are able to share their vision and work together to create homes that are uniquely theirs. A total of 15 exceptionally designed, flexible floor plans are being offered by Ashton Woods in the Naples Reserve neighborhoods of Mallard Point, Egret Landing, Savannah Lakes and Sparrow Cay. Homes range from 1,671 to 3,434 square feet under air and are priced from the mid-$300s to the $600s. Most of the builders oneand two-story residences at Naples Reserve offer a lake or preserve exposure and feature an appealing design inspired by the architecture of Key West, Charleston and Nantucket. Developed by iStar, Naples Reserve is a 688-acre residential community located along the Tamiami Trail just two miles east of Collier Boulevard. The community will include 1,154 lakefront residences in 11 picturesque neighborhoods set amid sparkling lakes and nature preserve areas. Forty-percent of the Naples Reserve site is devoted to 22 interconnected man-made lakes, the largest being 54 acres. Naples Reserve is within close proximity to downtown Naples and Marco Island and offers an amenity-rich lifestyle. Numerous lakes dot the community, offering a tranquil setting for residents to experience kayaking and rowing while taking in views of the Picayune Strand State Forest which lines the property. Residents also enjoy the Outrigger Welcome Center, offering community information and a dock with a boat basin and kayak launch service. The amenity complex also includes the Island Club interior gathering place, a resort-style pool with poolside cabanas, lakefront beach and pavilion with an open-air tiki hut bar, lite fare indoor and outdoor dining, beach volleyball courts and a fitness center. For more about Naples Reserve and homes by Ashton W oods, visit www .ashtonwoods.com/naples.

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PORT ROYAL 500 Admiralty Parade Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $19,980,000 COQUINA SANDS 1601 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #29/#31Cindy Thompson 239.860.6513 $2,500,000 COQUINA SANDS 1221 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #701 Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $3,250,0001 2 3 2 3 1 THE EXTRAORDINARY FEATURED LISTINGS PremierSothebysRealty.com CALL US FOR YOUR INTRODUCTION TO THE EXTRAORDINARYCENTRAL NAPLES | 239.659.0099 CAPTIVA | 239.395.5847 BROAD AVENUE | 239.434.2424 BONITA SPRINGS | 239.948.4000 960 Galleon Drive Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $8,995,000 271 Harbour Drive #1 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $3,995,000 3215 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #601N Ryan Nordyke 239.776.9390 $850,000 3231 Green Dolphin Lane Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $12,500,000 3300 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #116 Patricia Grace Joyce 310.739.2473 $518,000 958 Spyglass Lane Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $9,995,000 383 Cuddy Court Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $4,295,000 1275 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #202 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $1,695,000 1081 Galleon Drive Walter Patrick 239.325.9111 $12,950,000 222 Harbour Drive #306 Robin/Tim Weidle 239.370.5515 $529,000 1351 Spyglass Lane Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $9,995,000 1752 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #4 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $5,495,000 1531 Nautilus Road Tom Gasbarro 239.404.4883 $3,300,000 1672 Galleon Drive Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $18,500,000 2011 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #56 Paul Arpin 239.877.4450 $699,000 3400 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #G1 Ruth Trettis 239.571.6760 $749,000 1300 Spyglass Lane Ruth Trettis 239.571.6760 $8,700,000 611 Springline Drive Kim Price 239.248.6924 $3,050,000 3443 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #507 Pat Duggan 239.213.7444 $795,000 PORT ROYAL THE MOORINGS COQUINA SANDS

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460 10th Avenue South #303 Bonnie Nageon De Lestang 239.280.6997 $2,575,000 5850 Pelican Bay Boulevard #D Sharon Kaltenborn 239.248.1964 $1,250,000 631 6th Avenue South #B-304 Tom/Tess McCarthy 239.243.5520 $1,049,000 7091 Barrington Circle #202 Michael Fuller 239.571.5451 $489,900 3971 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #504 Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239.272.3229 $2,000,000 8111 Bay Colony Drive #1702 Patrick OConnor 239.293.9411 $3,100,000 4751 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #1203 Susan Barton 239.860.1412 $827,777 1845 Les Chateaux Boulevard #3-101 Paul Arpin 239.877.4450 $549,000 623 3rd Street South Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $3,000,000 7425 Pelican Bay Boulevard #602 Wil Bedard 239.961.2710 $1,250,000 909 10th Street South #301 Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $1,850,000 5601 Turtle Bay Drive #102 Joanne MacLeod 239.272.7679 $549,000 4401 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #B-303Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $2,295,000 7855 Vizcaya Way Barbi Lowe 239.216.1973 $3,400,000 4551 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #205 Ann Marie Shimer 239.825.9020 $1,100,000 1920 Timarron Way Terri Moellers 239.213.7344 $595,000 912 9th Avenue South Melinda Gunther 239.297.2155 $3,600,000 6075 Pelican Bay Boulevard #1102 Werner Schroeder 239.776.8956 $1,399,000 585 Broad Avenue South #2 Ruth Trettis 239.571.6760 $1,875,000 5550 Heron Point Drive #203 Werner Schroeder 239.776.8956 $639,000 4351 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #15S Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239.272.3229 $7,299,000 8231 Bay Colony Drive #902Michael G. Lawler/Terri Moellers 239.213.7344$3,995,000 3570 Crayton Road Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $1,595,000 1952 Timarron Way Terri Moellers 239.213.7344 $675,000 8231 Bay Colony Drive #803 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $4,895,000 9280 Troon Lakes Drive Terri Moellers 239.213.7344 $699,000 8477 Bay Colony Drive #301 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $9,475,000 9976 Brassie BendMichael G. Lawler/Terri Moellers 239.213.7344$4,940,000 PremierSothebysRealty.com GREY OAKS SALES OFFICE | 239.262.5557 FIFTH AVENUE | 239.434.8770 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES | 239.403.2200 417 Palm Circle West Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $4,795,000 4151 Gulf Shore Boulevard North PH 5S Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239.261.6200 $6,995,000 711 Bobwhite Lane Don Winkler 239.961.2166 $4,450,000 OLD NAPLES AQUALANE SHORES PARK SHORE PELICAN BAY ESTATES AT BAY COLONY PELICAN MARSH BAY COLONY PremierSothebysRealty.comMORE THAN 22,000 ASSOCIATES | 960 OFFICES WORLDWIDE 72 COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES GLOBALLY OVER 40 PREMIER SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY LOCATIONS

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9882 Montiano Court Susan Payne 239.777.7209 $1,695,000 2428 Terra Verde Lane #2428 Krista Fraga 239.877.6745 $869,000 927 Rosemary Lane Vanya/Dimo Demirev 239.565.0550 $529,000 425 Dockside Drive #406 Suzanne Ring 239.821.7550 $1,250,000 714 Lambton Lane Rebecca Sinatra 239.227.8556 $399,999 585 108th Avenue North Tess McCarthy 239.207.0118 $870,000 2630 Bulrush Lane Daniel Guenther 239.357.8121 $3,495,000 9212 Quartz Lane #102 Monica Rawn 239.272.3468 $399,900 9865 Montiano Court Susan Payne 239.777.7209 $2,165,000 2305 Residence Circle #202 Carol Reid 239.269.9555 $1,294,400 3816 Wax Myrtle Run ML Meade 239.293.4851 $649,000 4211 Cortland Way Catherine Ouellette 941.916.7876 $1,950,000 107 Wilderness Drive #C-212 Jane Darling 239.290.3112 $425,000 3104 Strada Bella Court Andy DJamoos 239.293.1673 $910,000 1473 Anhinga Pointe Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $3,575,000 2728 Tiburon Boulevard East #A-403 Amy Atherholt 239.860.2167 $429,000 100 Hickory Road Christian Cazares 239.963.7873 $4,700,000 1227 Gordon River Trail Daniel Guenther 239.357.8121 $2,395,000 1419 Hemingway Place Heather Hobrock 239.370.3944 $1,495,000 13665 Vanderbilt Drive #702 John DAmelio 239.961.5996 $3,500,000 7202 Dominica Drive Erik David Barber 323.513.6391 $465,000 2745 Tiburon Boulevard East #202 Cynthia Rosa 239.287.6015 $1,175,000 1212 Gordon River Trail Daniel Guenther 239.357.8121 $6,995,000 13342 Coronado Drive Simone Student-Anderson 239.572.0772 $479,000 1065 Borghese Lane #1506 Darlene Roddy 239.404.0685 $473,000 9176 Quartz Lane Monica Rawn 239.272.3468 $518,900 5471 Sycamore Drive Doug Risher 239.825.3696 $480,000 2830 Tiburon Boulevard East #103 Julie Rembos 239.595.1809 $825,000 PremierSothebysRealty.com CALL US FOR YOUR INTRODUCTION TO THE EXTRAORDINARYMERCATO SALES CENTER | 239.594.9400 MARCO ISLAND | 239.642.2222 HARBOUR POINT | 239.213.7373 7011 Livingston Woods Lane Lisa Tashjian 239.259.7024 $1,650,000 2207 Miramonte Way Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $2,850,000 14689 Reserve Lane Cynthia Miles 239.273.3449 $945,000 NAPLES AND SURROUNDS GREY OAKS NORTH NAPLES RENTAL DIVISION | 239.262.4242 THE EXTRAORDINARY

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BONITA SPRINGSESTERO450 Launch Circle #204 Frank Pezzuti 239.216.2445 $719,000 8546 Chase Preserve Drive Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $354,500 941 Caxambas Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $1,950,000 28424 Altessa Way #202 Michael/Donna Ricci 239.896.7104 $259,900 730 South Collier Boulevard #304 Brock/Julie Wilson 239.821.9545 $499,900 13651 Worthington Way #1502 Ryan Batey 239.287.9159 $129,000 3138 Aviamar Circle #204 Lura Jones 239.370.5340 $384,000 1016 NW 36th Avenue Maxwell Thompson 239.989.3855 $469,900 11030 Gulf Shore Drive #201 Jon Peter Vollmer 239.250.9414 $724,900 6104 Dogleg Drive Nancy Harris-Gannon 239.691.0939 $470,000 7437 Byrons Way Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $1,195,000 1411 Buttereld Court Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $2,150,000 22025 Natures Cove Court Jay Westerlund 239.216.1211 $759,000 643 Bimini Avenue Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $595,000 13601 Worthington Way #1202 Ryan Batey 239.287.9159 $164,900 9296 Belle Court #202 Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $395,000 9150 Cherry Oaks Lane #201 Lura Jones 239.370.5340 $499,000 2255 West Gulf Drive #116 Burns Family 239.464.2984 $625,000 378 Egret Avenue Andy DJamoos 239.293.1673 $1,325,000 6465 Costa Circle Nancy Harris-Gannon 239.691.0939 $1,049,000 6474 Emilia Court Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $1,599,000 1381 Caxambas Court Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $3,850,000 28619 Via D Arezzo Drive Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $849,800 1100 Cara Court Darlene Roddy 239.404.0685 $939,000 9395 Pennsylvania Avenue #3 Ryan Batey 239.287.9159 $219,700 8941 Cherry Oaks Trail Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $449,900 3740 Mahogany Bend Drive Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $1,599,000 3386 West Gulf Drive Burns Family 239.464.2984 $1,297,700 10620 Gulf Shore Drive #201 Pam Parsons 239.404.3475 $1,500,000 4521 Riverwatch Drive #202 Cathy/Jim McCormick 239.850.4278 $364,900 13247 Sherburne Circle #1904 Ryan Batey 239.287.9159 $249,000 1320 Seaspray Lane Valerie Bee/Anthony Gatto 239.398.3055 $3,350,000 10951 Gulf Shore Drive #301 Jane Darling 239.290.3112 $1,625,000 27780 Riverwalk Way Mark Leone 239.784.5686 $2,295,000 28412 Altessa Way #201 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $254,900 18 Beach Homes Burns Family 239.464.2984 $3,375,000 Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each oce is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity. Property information herein is derived from various sources including, but not limited to, county records and multiple listing services, and may include approximations. All information is deemed accurate. VANDERBILT | 239.594.9494 THE VILLAGE | 239.261.6161 SOUTHEAST NAPLES | 239.449.3400 SANIBEL | 239.472.2735 VANDERBILT BEACH 1588 Shores Court Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $4,125,000 MARCO ISLAND FIDDLERS CREEK LELY BONITA BAY FORT MYERSSANIBEL/CAPTIVA PremierSothebysRealty.com PremierSothebysRealty.comMORE THAN 22,000 ASSOCIATES | 960 OFFICES WORLDWIDE 72 COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES GLOBALLY OVER 40 PREMIER SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY LOCATIONS

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B8 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY RENDERINGS OF ELEVATIONS ARE CONCEPTUAL IN NATURE. FOR ACTUAL ELEVATIONS, REFER TO THE FINAL PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE R ESPECTIVE HOME-TYPE AND ELEVATIONTYPE. MANGROVE BAY IS OFFERED BY GULF GULF COAST INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES, A LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER. PRICES, FEATURES AND AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. LOGO, PHOTOGRAPHY AND ALL RENDERINGS ARE PROPERTY OF MANGROVE BAY, COPYRIGHTED AS SUCH AND MAY NOT BE USED BY A NY OTHER PARTY. R R R R R R R R T T T T T T T T T T T W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 239.261.2200 | www.mangrovebaynaples.com201 Goodlette Road South | Naples, Florida 34102 Sales Center Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 10:00am-4:00pm Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm 4:00pm or by appointment. www.gcipnaples.comExclusively Represented by: TM Exclusive General Contractor for Mangrove Bay FEATURED MODELKEEWAYDIN IThe Keewaydin I on Lot 41 at 1452 2nd Avenue South is nearly complete! This stunning model exemplies Old Florida architecture brilliantly. The second story features a loft living area allowing for picturesque views as well as two guest bedrooms giving the rst oor master an open concept living space with privacy and functionality. The home encompasses approximately 3,272 square feet toal under air and a 3-bedroom plus loft, 3.5-bath oor plan. Living Area: 3,232 sq. ft. (with guest suite) Bedrooms: 3 Full Bath: 3, Half Bath: 1 Garage: 2-Car, Attached$3,531,600 FINISHED MODELS ON THE WAY!Under Construction and Slated for Completion in Fall 2018. LOT 26: AMELIA I 3,098 sq. ft. LOT 13: COQUINA II 3,232 sq. ft. LOT 25: COQUINA II 3,232 sq. ft. LOT 31: USEPPA I (Modied) 3,488 sq. ft. LOT 41: KEEWAYDIN I 3,272 sq. ft. LOT 31: USEPPA I (Modied) 3,488 sq. ft. OLD NAPLES WATERFRONT LIVINGMangrove BayBuilt on Old Naples last remaining significant waterfront property for residential development, the homes at Mangrove Bay are designed for those with exceptional taste desiring an unequaled residence and lifestyle. The Keewaydin I on Lot 41 at 1452 2nd Avenue South is nearly complete! This stunning model exemplifies Old Florida architecture brilliantly. The second story features a loft living area allowing for picturesque views as well as two guest bedrooms giving the first floor master an open concept living space with privacy and functionality. The home encompasses approximately 3,272 square feet total under air and a 3-bedroom plus loft, 3.5-bath floor plan. With Old Florida inspired architecture by MHK Architecture & Planning, the home has a Gulf access private boat slip included with purchase. Lots 6, 12, and 16 along with the Amenity Center are UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Additionally, construction is now completed on the seawall and boat ramp. Finished models are on the way and slated for completion in Fall 2018. These include Lots 13, Coquina II at 3,232 square feet; Lot 26, Amelia I at 3,098 square feet; Lot 25, Coquina II at 3,232 square feet and Lot 31, Useppa I (modified) at 3,488 square feet. The Amenities Center will have a private on-site concierge to cater to every residents needs which can include recommending and making arrangements for comprehensive property management services. The center will also include state-of the-art wellness/fitness equipment and ground level storage area for residents kayas, paddle boards and jetskis. Additionally, a multi-purpose room will be housed there which can be utilized for entertaining, fitness classes and much more. In addition, residents will enjoy easy access to the new 20+/acre Baker Park and bridge accessing the 120+/acre Gordon River Greenway Preserve with trails immediately adjacent to the community. Soon to break ground is the Gulfshore Playhouse, a cultural icon in Naples which will be a wonderful complement to the Mangrove Bay community. Mangrove Bay offers a choice of one and two-story, Old Naples cottage-style luxury single-family homes complete with private pools and individual boat slips. An outstanding waterfront address close to Old Naples, Mangrove Bay provides a world-class lifestyle combining estuary views and Gulf of Mexico access with all the nearby shopping and entertainment venues of 5th Avenue South. Built by Lotus Construction, LLC the exclusive General Contractor for Mangrove Bay, these waterfront homes are available and wont last long. Come by our Sales Office to learn more about this exciting new construction waterfront community in the heart of Old Naples. ADVERTORIAL

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FLStockDevelopmentBROKER PARTICIPATION WELCOMED. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS REFERENCE SHOULD BE MADE TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. NOT AN OFFERING WHERE PROHIBITED BY STATE LAW. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. For directions and complete listings of all our models & communities please visit StockDevelopment.com2639 PROFESSIONAL CIRCLE | SUITE 101 | NAPLES, FL 34119 | 239.592.7344 ULYSSA at FIDDLER'S CREEK GLENMORE at TWINEAGLES MARIGOLD at ISLES OF COLLIER PRESERVE PLANTATION II at NAPLES RESERVE NORMANDY II at QUAIL WEST RUFFINO II at HIDDEN HARBOR QUAIL CREEKWINDSOR III FURNISHED SINGLE FAMILY HOME 4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 4,155 sq.ft. $2,475,560HIDDEN HARBORRUFFINO II SINGLE FAMILY HOME 3 BEDROOM/2.5 BATH 2,585 sq.ft. $6 14,475 SIESTA SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,630 sq.ft. $626,950 MARATHON SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 3 BEDROOM/3.5 BATH 2,909 sq.ft. $657 ,485 MYRTLE WA TERFRONT SINGLE FAMILY HOME 4 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,813 sq. ft. $899,170 LELY RESORTONLY 19 NEW HOMES AVAILABLESAN MARCO B COACH HOME 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,919 sq. ft. $4 11,810 SAN MARCO B CO ACH HOME 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,919 sq. ft. $419,385 WENTWORTH COACH HOME 2 BEDROOM/2.5 BATH 2,096 sq. ft. $421,215 ST. ANDREWS COACH HOME 3 BEDROOM/3.5 BATH 2,738 sq.ft. $543,010TWINEAGLESGLENMORE SINGLE FAMILY HOME 4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 3,591 sq.ft. $1,498,495 WYNDAM FURNISHED SINGLE FAMILY HOME 3 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 4,298 sq.ft. $2,541,825MARCO ISLANDPASADENA FURNISHED SINGLE FAMILY HOME3 BEDROOM/3.5 BATH 2,636 sq.ft. $1,695,000 NAPLES RESERVEWISTERIA CANOE LANDING SINGLE FAMILY HOME4 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,445 sq.ft. $489,990 + optionsSIESTA III CANOE LANDING SINGLE FAMILY HOME3 BEDROOM/3 BATH 2,589 sq.ft. $519 ,990 + optionsBELFIELD PARROT CAY SINGLE FAMILY HOME3 BEDROOM/3.5 BATH 2,812 sq.ft. $899,860PLANTATION II SPARROW CAY FURNISHED SINGLE FAMILY HOME4 BEDROOM/3.5 BATH 3,244 sq.ft. $937,275FIDDLER'S CREEK MARSH COVECHANDLER SINGLE FAMILY HOME 3 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 3,136 sq.ft. $1, 162,130 V ALE SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 3,284 sq.ft. $1,198,405 LYNDON SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 4 BEDROOM/5.5 BATH 3,609 sq.ft. $1,331,195 UL YSSA FURNISHED SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 5 BEDROOM/4 BATH 3,196 sq.ft. $1,451,290ISLES OF COLLIER PRESERVEMARIGOLD SINGLE FAMILY HOME 4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 3,578 sq.ft. $1,300,655 PLUMBAGO SINGLE FAMIL Y HOME 3 BEDROOM/4 BATH 3,714 sq.ft. $1,323,205QUAIL WESTMUIRFIELD V SINGLE FAMILY HOME4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 3,375 sq.ft. $1,528,605 NORMANDY II FURNISHED SINGLE FAMILY HOME4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 4,124 sq.ft. $2,095,000 WINDSOR III SINGLE FAMILY HOME4 BEDROOM/4.5 BATH 4,155 sq. ft. $2,269,925OLDE NAPLESBRUNSWICK FURNISHED CUSTOM ESTATE HOME4 BEDROOM/5.5 BATH 3,823 sq.ft. $4,995,000 SOLD 2018 SAND DOLLAR AWARDS WINNER OF 9 S A S N A A D N N D Quality & Style ALWAYS IN FASHION AT STOCKNEW MODELS. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. MOVEINREADY HOMES NOW AVAILABLE!

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B10 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY At London Bay Homes, we are proud to introduce our latest array of stunningly designed masterpieces: 4395 GORDON DRIVE $13,475,000 4395 Gordon Drive 4 Beds, 5 Full 2 Half Baths PORT ROYAL THE CHELSTON $3,950 ,000 631 Broad Court N 3 Beds, 3 Full 1 Half Baths OLD NAPLES THE WATLINGTON $4 ,825,000 41 5th Street South 4 Beds, 5 Full 1 Half Baths OLD NAPLES TOUR MODEL SAT & SUN12 4 PM TOUR MODEL SAT & SUN12 4 PM TOUR MODEL SAT & SUN12 4 PM EXPERIENCE OUR PORTFOLIO OF EXQUISITE HOMES FROM PARK SHORE TO PORT ROYAL CBC057242 London Bay Homes. Pricing, features, specifications, products and availability are subject to change without notice. See a sales associate for complete and current information. Luxury Custom Homes from $1 Million to One of a Kind Schedule Your Private Tour with Toby Cloutier 239.280.736 PrivateLabelLiving.com PRIVATE LABEL LIVING Naples most desirable neighborhoods are home to London Bays newest, most breathtaking properties. Tour our award-winning, single-family model homes and discover a range of residences to suit your specic tastes and preferences. NAPLES COLLECTIONLondon Bays Watlington illustrates the power of personalizationA custom home should speak to a homeowners personal tastes and preferences. The way they want their home to not only look, but also live and feel. Its about special touches, like that Hermes-framed art piece picked up in Paris, or seaglass-hued color palette inspired by the summer trip to the Amalfi coast. But it also encompasses the way the home flows, and the way it allows the homeowner to do the things that bring them joy, whether thats entertaining, cooking or relaxing by the pool. London Bay Homes Watlington model demonstrates the kind of customization possible through the companys brand promise of Private Label Living. Its a philosophy, a process and a personalized approach to homebuilding. Private Label Living sets London Bay Homes apart from other brands, said Mark Wilson, president and CEO. Its a commitment to our customers that encompasses a complete understanding of who they are and how they want to live. We guide them every step of the way from concept to completion to realize their vision. The Watlington model at 41 5th Street South in Old Naples showcases how that process and its possibilities lead to a spectacular finished product. Situated in close proximity to the shops and restaurants on Fifth Avenue and Third Street South, the custom estate home offers 4,182 square feet of living space designed for entertaining. A flowing, open-concept floor plan includes a formal dining room with seating for eight, three fire features and a great room with a floating media cabinet and multiple conversation areas. Its a great floor plan for entertaining, said Jennifer Stevens, senior design director of Romanza Interior Design, who created the homes interior design. I envision dinner parties being hosted in the dining room amid the glow of its blue-flame glacier crystal linear fireplace. Those dinners can be prepared in a topof-the-line kitchen with dual-fuel range, steam oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, microwave drawer and refrigerated drawers. The homes connection between indoors and outdoors also makes it easy to take the party outside. The great room flows out to a covered living area and open-air pool and patio spaces. An outdoor kitchen includes a grill, refrigerated drawers and white fusion bluette stone countertops. Fire features provide spots for gathering. Stevens design choices illustrate the kind of custom touches homeowners can incorporate when working with London Bay Homes. At the Watlington, that means materials like Venetian plaster on the dining room walls, wire-brushed ash flooring in main living areas and Calacatta porcelain tile floors and shower walls in the master bathroom. The homes layout blends function with style. Three second-floor guest suites with full baths offer privacy for both visitors and the homeowner. And the homes study can be used as a workspace or an additional guest room, since its been outfitted with a closet and adjoining full bath. Award-winning London Bay Homes has been defining luxury living in Southwest Florida for nearly three decades. Our full suite of services offers complete customization, said Wilson. But most important of all is our Private Label Living process of creating a relationship built on trust. Whether a homeowners dreams are well defined or not quite in focus, the companys Private Label Living philosophy transforms the homebuilding process into a personal experience marked by superior customer service, quality and attention to detail.To schedule a tour today of this exclusive downtown Naples opportunity in Port Royal, call (866) 918-3354 or visit LondonBay.com. Top: This breathtaking estate features a spacious great room, enhanced by soaring ceilings and a large TV anchored by an oversized, floating media cabinet. Bottom Left: The Watlington custom model by London Bay Homes was awarded Product Design of the Year at the recent Sand Dollar Awards. Bottom Right: The Watlington is designed around a flowing, open concept floor plan with numerous entertaining destinations including a formal dining room with seating for eight.ADVERTORIAL

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 REAL ESTATE B11 Custom Estates, Single-Family, Coach Homes, Condominiums, Terrace Homes, and Penthouse Homes from the $700s into the MillionsMODELS OPEN DAILYBroker participation welcomed. Prices, plans and specications subject to change without notice. Oral Representation Cannot Be Relied Upon As Correctly Stating The Representations Of The Developer. For Correct Representations Reference Should Be Made To The Documents Required By Section 718.503, Florida Statutes, To Be Furnished By A Developer To A Buyer Or Lessee. Not An Offering Where Prohibited By State Law. Photography In This Ad May Be Stock Photography Used To Depict The Lifestyle To Be Achieved Rather Any That May Exist. Garden House Inform ation & Sales Center 16980 Livingston Road 239-449-5900 TalisPark.com A KITSON & PARTNERS COMMUNITY : P.M., Vyne House | Pool Chat Move in This Season!LuxuryLivingFinal water-view home sites now available in Watercourse at Talis ParkWhen Watercourse residents Betty Sue and Todd LePage first visited Talis Park, they were impressed by its attractiveness and vibrant atmosphere. Seeking proximity to the Vyne House clubhouse and a home on the water, they chose a residence in Watercourse, an enclave of single-family residences built by Artisan Associates, Inc, the exclusive builder for Distinctive Communities in Talis Park. The floor plan is well thought-out, and it perfectly suits our needs, said the LePages. We heartily recommend Talis Park, Watercourse, and Distinctive Communities to anyone considering purchasing a home in Naples. Watercourses 29 Spanish Eclectic lakefront residences range from 2,530 to 3,638 square feet in threeand fourbedroom great room plans with a study, island kitchens, and landscaped outdoor living areas with heated pools or spas. Standard features include architecturally detailed ceilings in the living areas, Viking kitchen appliances, and porcelain tile flooring. Options include natural gas outdoor grills and fire pits. A $30,000 Talis Park Sports Membership is included with every Watercourse purchase. Only three home sites are available in the neighborhoods final phase. The large, western exposure, waterfront sites offer views of Talis Parks Lake Il Corso and are across the water from the Toscana neighborhood, with its authentic Amalfi Coast-inspired architecture. An expanded collection of floor plans with thoughtfullydesigned exterior areas is available for construction on the remaining sites. A furnished model is available for viewing daily. The Berolina is a 2,979-squarefoot three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence with island kitchen, spacious great room, and dining area. The great room and first-floor master suite open to the outdoor living area. The upstairs features a guest retreat with a large bedroom with walk-in closet, private bath and Juliette balcony. Gray-toned oak wood floors throughout the first level blend nicely with the soft, two-toned, off-white kitchen cabinets. An attractive glass tile backsplash provides a perfect complement to the kitchens leathered calcite countertops. Outside, a natural gas outdoor kitchen with a vented hood and an electric screen provide a comfortable and flexible lanai space overlooking an oversized spa with three water features, and separate fire pit. Featuring more than $100,000 in upgrades, the efficientlydesigned Berolina is offered at $1.5 million furnished. Watercourse residents enjoy immediate access to the award-winning Vyne House with formal and casual dining, two fitness centers, spa, wine room, board room, golf pro shop, resort-style pool and deck, and rotunda with a double-sided fireplace overlooking the 18th green. The nearby Sports Complex features six lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, bocce, lap pool, and playground. Casa Cortese, an outdoor lounge experience adjacent to the Talis Park Golf Clubs pristine driving range, offers a sports pub-style atmosphere complete with golf simulator, billiards, shuffleboard, and darts. Members also enjoy complimentary beach access via the Beach Runner, the communitys exclusive beach shuttle service, in addition to regular social events. Talis Parks come-as-you-are atmosphere encourages residents to experience tranquility and convenience among exclusive privacy and concierge-style service. Prospective homebuyers may experience Talis Park by participating in the communitys Gold Pass program. Gold Pass holders enjoy member status and amenities access for two consecutive days, including one round of golf at the member-guest rate. For program details, call 239-292-0846. Community and model home tours are available seven days a week by visiting Talis Parks Garden House Information & Sales Center, 16980 Livingston Rd. (just north of Immokalee Rd.). For details, call 239-449-5900 or visit talispark.com. Above: Watercourse at Talis Park. Right: W atercourse s lakefront, single-family villas are ideal year-round or seasonal residences. Below Right: Distinctive Communities Watercourse residences at Talis Park. ADVERTORIAL

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RoyalShellRealEstate.co m 239.21 3 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. $13,495,000 MLS 217020067 Call for Details! 239.213.9100 OPEN 10/26 & 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM PORT ROYAL4931 BONITA BAY BLVD. #901, BONITA Visit Azure901.com for Details 3 Bedrooms + Den, 2 Car Garage $2,550,000 MLS 218032864 Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM BONITA BAY AZURE4851 BONITA BAY BLVD. #804, BONITA Visit Tavira804.com for Details 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths + Den, 2 Car Garage $2,495,000 MLS 218002029 Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 OPEN 10/28 2:00PM 4:00PM BONITA BAY TAVIRA $1,650,000 MLS 217064146 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 $1,274,000 MLS 218061820 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 $1,150,000 MLS 218056866 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 23866 SANCTUARY LAKES CT., BONITA Spectacular Custom Home, 4 BR, 3.5 BA Outdoor FP & Custom Built-In Grill/Bar $949,000 MLS 218066284 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM PELICAN LANDING380 10TH ST. S. #204, NAPLES Beautiful 2 BR, 3 BA + Den Townhouse Bright & Airy Floor Plan, 1 Car Garage $939,000 MLS 218009698 Galietti Team 239.826.5897 OPEN 10/28 12:00PM 4:00PM OLD NAPLES MODENA19249 LA SERENA DR., ESTERO Best Long Lake & Sunset Views Oversized Lanai w/Pool & Spa, Fabulous Kitchen $869,680 MLS 218066388 Leah Alfieri 239.464.2829 NEW LISTING OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM BELLE LAGO $795,000 MLS 218062454 Cindy Reiff & Cathy Lieberman 239.272.1196 $749,000 MLS 217064749 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 $729,000 MLS 218040132 Deb Adams-Bateman 239.273.4824 13865 COLLIER BLVD., NAPLES Last Available Buildable Lot on Collier Blvd. Just Under 5 Acres to Build Your Dream Home $699,000 MLS 218065952 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 NEW LISTING COLLIER WOODS22211 KENWOOD ISLE DR., ESTERO 4 BR, 3 BA, 2,519 S.F. Living, Turnkey 2 Car GA, Heated Pool/Spa, Paver Stone Deck $660,000 MLS 218064536 Greg Lewis, The Lewis Team 239.287.1158 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM SHADOW WOOD AT THE BROOKS23296 SANABRIA LP., BONITA Beautifully Appointed 4 BR, 3 BA Custom Home Pool Area w/Tropical Atmosphere, 2 Car Garage $659,900 MLS 218052656 Elizabeth Lodge, The Fortune Group 239.682.5615 BONITA LAKES $549,000 MLS 218049004 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 $549,000 MLS 217039527 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 $524,000 MLS 218028761 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.777.2441 20529 SHADY GLEN CT., ESTERO Peaceful Preserve Views, Coveted SW Exposure 2 BR, 2 BA + Den, 3 Car GA w/Built-Ins & Sink $585,000 MLS 218044581 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 NEW PRICE CORKSCREW SHORES $575,000 MLS 218044862 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 4081 BAYHEAD DR. #204, BONITA 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 Car Garage, 2nd Floor Southwest Corner, Turnkey Furnished $495,000 MLS 217069250 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 BONITA BAY LAKESIDE232 CHESHIRE WAY, NAPLES Located on the Golf Course Adjacent Lot also Available $495,000 MLS 218044891 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 AUDUBON COUNTRY CLUB228 CHESHIRE WAY, NAPLES One of the Few Remaining Parcels Natural Preserve $495,000 MLS 218044893 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 AUDUBON COUNTRY CLUB $439,900 MLS 218067885 Darlene Rice 239.325.3537 $425,000 MLS 218057353 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 $424,900 MLS 217051894 Vito Bauer 239.777.7080 676 96TH AVE. N., NAPLES Located Between the Beach & Mercato New Tile in Living Room, Bedrooms & Kitchen $459,999 MLS 218046575 Mark Semeraro 239.370.2455 NAPLES PARK $459,000 MLS 218047061 Dru & Greg Martinovich 239.325.3505 28646 SAN GALGANO WAY, BONITA 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms + Den, Pool/Spa Beautiful Golf & Sunset Views $419,900 MLS 217014059 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM PALMIRA GOLF & CC2500 GULF SHORE BLVD. N. #S9, NAPLES On Moorings Bay & West of 41 Quiet Private Location, Steps to Beach $405,000 MLS 218015799 Deborah Viglas 239.215.2035 NEW PRICE MOORINGS9929 COLONIAL WALK N., ESTERO 3 Bedrooms + Den, 2 Car Garage Private Pool w/Southern Lake Views $387,000 MLS 218062642 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM COLONIAL OAKS $350,000 MLS 218066756 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 $335,000 MLS 218005211 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 $310,000 MLS 218061534 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 23159 AMGCI WAY #3109, ESTERO 2 Master Suites & Guest Bath Largest Floor Plan in The Residences $379,000 MLS 218044001 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 COCONUT POINT THE RESIDENCES $375,000 MLS 218019387 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.272.1196 9231 PALMETTO RIDGE DR. #101, ESTERO 2 BR, 2 BA + Den, Offered Turnkey 2 Car Garage w/Built-In Cabinets $309,000 MLS 218023408 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM SHADOW WOOD PALMETTO RIDGE9124 BRENDAN PRESERVE CT., BONITA 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms Peaceful Preserve View $304,900 MLS 218054343 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 NEW PRICE BRENDAN COVE1407 MONARCH CIR. #B-2.1, NAPLES Large Split Bedroom Villa 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, 2 Car Garage $299,000 MLS 218021758 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 NEW PRICE OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM BERKSHIRE VILLAGE $277,000 MLS 218066890 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 $271,900 MLS 218067197 Deb Adams-Bateman 239.273.4824 $255,000 MLS 218018789 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 25160 GOLF LAKE CIR., BONITA New Roof & Lanai Impact Slider April 2018 Open Plan, Vaulted Ceilings, Tile Floors $289,900 MLS 218031817 Tom Crea 239.315.1111 GREENS AT BONITA $289,000 MLS 218044910 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 28871 BERMUDA LAGO CT #302, BONITA This Location Means Vacation! 2 BR + Den Condo, Turnkey Furnished $249,900 MLS 218065177 Darlene Rice 239.325.3537 BERMUDA LAGO20130 GOLDEN PANTHER DR. #3, ESTERO Furnished Townhouse, 3 BR, 3 BA Lake, Preserve & Golf Course View $239,000 MLS 217067983 Carol Jones 239.250.4310 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM WILDCAT RUN12275 LONDONDERRY LN., BONITA 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms Townhouse w/Master on 1st Floor $222,900 MLS 218048445 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 MORTON GROVE $185,000 MLS 218067432 Ann Spellman 239.841.0240 $164,900 MLS 218066737 Ann Spellman 239.841.0240 $159,900 MLS 218040828 Liz Biswurm 239.370.0312 20850 HAMMOCK GREENS LN. #203, ESTERO Beautifully Upgraded 2 BR, 2 BA Condo Sweeping Scenery & Golf Course Views $209,000 MLS 218048939 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 NEW PRICE OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM PELICAN SOUND $199,000 MLS 218051762 The Bordner Team 239.989.8829

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m | RoyalShellRentals.com 3 .9100 o Cape Coral, Captiva Island, Fort Myers, cala and Sanibel Island s hiers/Lake Glenville, Highlands e y/Lake Toxaway $13,495,000 MLS 217020067 Call for Details! 239.213.9100 $2,550,000 MLS 218032864 Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 $2,495,000 MLS 218002029 Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 4916 CRAYTON RD., NAPLES Totally Remodeled 3 BR, 2 BA, Pool Home Large Lanai w/Outdoor Kitchen $1,650,000 MLS 217064146 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 PARK SHORE1530 5TH AVE. S. #C-213, NAPLES Boaters Paradise in the Heart of Naples Furnished 3 Story Townhome, Private Elevator $1,274,000 MLS 218061820 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN SUNDAYS 1:00PM 4:00PM NAPLES BAY RESORT8460 ABBINGTON CIR. #1822, NAPLES Private & Serene Golf Course Views 3 BR, 3 BA + Den, Remodeled Condo $1,150,000 MLS 218056866 Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 OPEN SUNDAYS 1:00PM 4:00PM PELICAN BAY CRESCENT $949,000 MLS 218066284 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 $939,000 MLS 218009698 Galietti Team 239.826.5897 $869,680 MLS 218066388 Leah Alfieri 239.464.2829 23108 FOXBERRY LN., ESTERO Enjoy Sunsets w/Lake to Golf Course Views Expanded Floor Plan, 3 BR, 3.5 BA + Den $795,000 MLS 218062454 Cindy Reiff & Cathy Lieberman 239.272.1196 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM SHADOW WOOD TAMARIND TRACE23850 VIA ITALIA CIR. #406, ESTERO 3 Balconies w/Spectacular Views 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom + Den High Rise $749,000 MLS 217064749 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM THE COLONY FLORENCIA3500 LAKEMONT DR., BONITA Beautifully Remodeled Lakemont Home Peaceful Long Lake View $729,000 MLS 218040132 Deb Adams-Bateman 239.273.4824 PELICAN LANDING $699,000 MLS 218065952 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 $660,000 MLS 218064536 Greg Lewis, The Lewis Team 239.287.1158 $659,900 MLS 218052656 Elizabeth Lodge, The Fortune Group 239.682.5615 10218 AVONLEIGH DR., BONITA Lake View, Entertaining Family Home 3 BR, 3 BA + Den, Home Theater $549,000 MLS 218049004 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM FAIRWINDS23850 VIA ITALIA CIR. #105, ESTERO Rare 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, 3rd Floor Unit Incredible Outdoor Patio $549,000 MLS 217039527 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM THE COLONY FLORENCIA3331 GLEN CAIRN CT. #204, BONITA 3 BR, 3 BA, 2nd Floor Condo Glassed-In Lanai w/Southern Exposure $524,000 MLS 218028761 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.777.2441 BONITA BAY WATERFORD $585,000 MLS 218044581 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 344 CHANCERY CIR., NAPLES Natural Preserve Over 1/2 Acre on Golf Course $575,000 MLS 218044862 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 AUDUBON COUNTRY CLUB $495,000 MLS 217069250 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 $495,000 MLS 218044891 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 $495,000 MLS 218044893 Roger Stening 239.770.4707 8801 SPRINGWOOD CT., BONITA Canterbury II Great Room Model 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Car Garage $439,900 MLS 218067885 Darlene Rice 239.325.3537 NEW LISTING CEDAR CREEK876 HIDDEN TERRACE RD., NAPLES Immaculate Pool Home, 3 BR, 2 BA, No HOA Updated, Metal Roof & Solar System $425,000 MLS 218057353 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 HIDDEN PINES6509 CALDECOTT DR., NAPLES Lush Tropical Oasis Small Gated Enclave $424,900 MLS 217051894 Vito Bauer 239.777.7080 LELY RESORT CALDECOTT $459,999 MLS 218046575 Mark Semeraro 239.370.2455 9083 FALLING LEAF DR., ESTERO Beautiful 3 BR, 2.5 BA Home Upgraded Kitchen, Quartz Countertops $459,000 MLS 218047061 Dru & Greg Martinovich 239.325.3505 SHADOW WOOD AT THE BROOKS $419,900 MLS 217014059 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 $405,000 MLS 218015799 Deborah Viglas 239.215.2035 $387,000 MLS 218062642 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 27040 LAKE HARBOR CT. #102, BONITA Lovely 1st Floor, 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 Car Garage Private Lake View, Offered Turnkey $350,000 MLS 218066756 Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM BONITA BAY HARBOR LAKES3620 LANSING LP. #202, ESTERO 2,841 S.F. of Luxury Living, 3 BR, 2.5 BA Long Lake View of Sunsets $335,000 MLS 218005211 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM MEADOWS OF ESTERO27028 ADRIANA CIR. #202, BONITA 5 Miles to the Beach Updated, 3 BR + Den, 2 Car Garage $310,000 MLS 218061534 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM SERRANO $379,000 MLS 218044001 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 4520 RIVERWATCH DR. #101, BONITA 1st Floor End Unit, Lake View 2 BR, 2 BA + Den, 1 Car Garage $375,000 MLS 218019387 Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.272.1196 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM BONITA BAY HARBOR LANDING $309,000 MLS 218023408 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 $304,900 MLS 218054343 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 $299,000 MLS 218021758 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 12021 COVENT GARDEN CT. #2701, NAPLES 2nd Floor End Unit, 2,045 S.F. Under Air Beautifully Updated, Full 2 Car Garage $277,000 MLS 218066890 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 NEW LISTING OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM TWIN EAGLES26449 LUCKY STONE RD. #101, BONITA Quiet Sanctuary Preserve View Immaculate 2 BR + Den, 2 Car Garage $271,900 MLS 218067197 Deb Adams-Bateman 239.273.4824 NEW LISTING HAWTHORNE CHESAPEAKE COVE27911 HACIENDA EAST BLVD. #217D, BONITA Rare in Hacienda, 2 Bedrooms + Den New Carpet, Tile & Paint, Offered Furnished $255,000 MLS 218018789 Vahle Team 239.450.7805 HACIENDA VILLAGE $289,900 MLS 218031817 Tom Crea 239.315.1111 10422 AUTUMN BREEZE DR. #201, ESTERO Oak Hammock, Fabulous Views 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Large Lanai $289,000 MLS 218044910 Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 OPEN 10/28 1:00PM 4:00PM SHADOW WOOD AT THE BROOKS $249,900 MLS 218065177 Darlene Rice 239.325.3537 $239,000 MLS 217067983 Carol Jones 239.250.4310 $222,900 MLS 218048445 Jim Westerfield, Westerfield Group 239.287.6617 20050 BARLETTA LN. #214, ESTERO Turnkey Furnished Condo 2 BR, 2 BA, Tile, New Appliances, Granite $185,000 MLS 218067432 Ann Spellman 239.841.0240 NEW LISTING BELLA TERRA25808 COCKLESHELL DR. #318, BONITA 3rd Floor 2 BR, 2 BA Corner Unit Newly Furnished, New Fans, Lighting & Roof $164,900 MLS 218066737 Ann Spellman 239.841.0240 NEW LISTING BONITA PINES75 SAINT ANDREWS BLVD. #100, NAPLES Located in Southeast Naples Golf Course Views $159,900 MLS 218040828 Liz Biswurm 239.370.0312 NEW PRICE LELY GOLF ESTATES $209,000 MLS 218048939 Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 10321 HERITAGE BAY BLVD. #1514, NAPLES Furnished, 1st Floor, 2 BR, 2 BA Condo Only 100 Steps from On-Site Pool $199,000 MLS 218051762 The Bordner Team 239.989.8829 HERITAGE BAY CC

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B14 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYStocks quality & style on display thoughout Southwest Florida:stunning move-in ready homes availableStock Developments portfolio of luxury homes leaves homebuyers spoiled with residential choices in the areas most sought after addresses. The company, which recently netted nine Sand Dollar Awards from the Collier Building Industry Association, including Quail West as Community of the Year, is having a terrific year of sales as the winter season nears. Through the third quarter of the year, the company has already netted 223 new home sales worth $249 million -a unit increase of 14.4 percent over 2017. In addition, September sales were up 15.6 percent over last year. Stock is building sales momentum as we near the winter season and we have one of the largest selections of homes available in the area with a wide range of styles and price points, said LgerWetzel. These homes are available in three series of exceptionally designed homes: Stock Classic Homes, Stock Signature Homes and Stock Custom Homes. Stocks Wyndam model at TwinEagles offers 4,298 square feet with three bedrooms, a bonus room or fourth bedroom, four-and-a-half baths, a great room, kitchen and breakfast nook, a formal dining room, a 983 square-foot outdoor living area overlooking the lake that includes an outdoor kitchen, fireplace, bar area, dining and conversation areas, and a pool and spa, a twocar garage, and a one-car garage with dedicated golf cart storage. The fully furnished Wyndam model is priced at $2,541,825. Stock Signature Homes has a spectacular Marigold available in the Isles of Collier Preserve. Nestled amidst a pristine natural setting minutes from Downtown Naples, The Isles of Collier Preserve features a colorful update of classic coastal living. Inspired by the timeless architecture and traditions of Old Naples, homes overlook miles of scenic kayak and hiking trails. The Marigolds superb floorplan includes 3,578 square feet under air plus a covered lanai measuring 1,000-plus square feet. It features a great room with an optional built-in entertainment center, a large gourmet island kitchen and breakfast area and a formal dining room. There are four bedrooms (or three bedrooms plus an optional bonus room), a study and four and one-half baths. The master suite features twin walk-in closets, a soaking tub and a large walk-in shower. The home is priced at $1,272,550. Lely Resort is home to three spectacular championship golf courses and four clubhouses and is the eight time recipient of the Collier Building Industry Associations Community of the Year Award. Coach homes have been selling quickly. These residences are available in Signature Club and Tasori, priced from just the $400s and a furnished model is open. Within Tasori, the San Marco B is a second floor home with an elevator option. It has 2,919 square feet under air and a total of 3,722 square feet, including a screened and covered lanai and an attached two-car garage and a loggia. It offers three-bedrooms and three baths in a great room design. The gourmet island kitchen opens to the great room with stacked, sliding glass doors leading to the lanai beyond. The master suite offers direct access to the lanai via sliding glass doors and features his and hers walk-in closets. The home also features an amazing 544 square foot multi-purpose club room, which can serve nearly any purpose the homeowner requires, including a secondary family room to accommodate guests or for entertaining. The home is move-in ready and priced at $419, 385. At Naples Reserve, Stock has also released for sale the beautiful Canoe Landing neighborhood, which consists of 64 homesites, neary all of which offer waterfront views. Half of the homesites have been released in the first phase with home and homesite packages beginning at just $480s. Stocks homes are from their Classic Series and include the Plantation III, the Marathon III, the Siesta III and the Wisteria. Floorplans range from 2,445 to 3,097 square feet under air. On spectacular Marco Island, Stock Signature Homes offers the new Pasadena. This three-bedroom, three and one-half bath great room style home has 2,636 square feet under air and a total of 3,531 square feet, including a spectacular outdoor living area and an attached twocar garage. The home features a large open kitchen with a breakfast nook overlooking the pool and lanai. There is a formal study and an expansive master suite and two additional full bedroom suites, one of which opens to the lanai. The Pasadena is priced at $1,695,000. To see all that Stock has to offer, please visit the Stock Development website at www.stockdevelopment.com. Email at info@stockdevelopment.com or call (239) 592-7344. Stock Development is on Facebook at www.facebook. com/FLStockDevelopment. Top: Pasadena pool. Above Left: Marigold model. Above Right: Plantation II model. Right: Wyndam great room. Bottom: Tasori family room. ADVERTORIAL

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Entrance Fees from $1.5 million and 70% refundableFor information on this new community, please call 239-919-1620 or visit our Sales Gallery Monday Friday: 8:30 am 5:00 pm 7330 Premier Drive, Naples, Florida 34105 I MooringsParkGL.orgMoorings Park is a nationally accredited, non-prot, Medicare-certied community and one of the only Life Plan communities with A or A+ ratings by Fitch and S&P. All dimensions are approximate. Actual gross square footage may vary. All images are conceptual renderings and developer reserves the right to make modications, including amenities, without prior notice. #88033Learn about this new collection of Life Plan (CCRC) residences by Moorings Park and London Bay Homes during our Information Luncheon. Discover all the unique features and benets of this new community including:*See your sales associate for Naples Grande Membership details. A Grande Life Awaits You Please join us for an Informational Luncheon Wednesday, October 31st at 11:30 amMoorings Park Grande LakeSales Gallery 7330 Premier Drive, Naples, FLRSVP by October 29th by calling 239.919.1620 Simply the Best healthcare Assisted Living, Memory Care & Physician Services included Luxurious lakefront residences Boardwalk & yoga pavilion Clubhouse with resort-style pool & spa Naples GrandeMembership*included for Phase 1 residents

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B16 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYKalea Bay residents love the communitys amenities Tower 2 now under construction A clubhouse should be the social and recreational centerpiece of a community, and at Kalea Bay, the gated, luxury residential high-rise community currently being developed on Vanderbilt Drive in North Naples, that couldnt be more true. There are several reasons buyers have decided to purchase at Kalea Bay, said Inga Lodge, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Kalea Bay. The first is the beautifully designed three-bedroom plus den/three-and-a-half-bath and four-bedroom/four-bath tower residences with Gulf views. The other is our spectacular main amenity area, which includes our community clubhouse. Not only is it a dramatic sight as residents and visitors drive into the community, but its now the envy of every community in the Naples area. Kalea Bays 88,000-square-foot main amenity area is located on the north side of the large lake at the communitys entrance. The clubhouse features three individual pools, including a resort pool, an adultsonly pool and a childrens pool, plus an expansive pool deck, an open-air bar, an indoor/outdoor restaurant, a fitness center, a snack bar, a lakeside fire pit, an Internet cafe and a gifts and sundries shop. All three pools 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 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. We have the perfect place for all three, said Lodge. The indoor/outdoor restaurant serves incredible meals throughout the day. And 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. This is what living in Florida is supposed to be. Adjacent to the clubhouse is the tennis pavilion with 4 Har-Tru tennis courts, as well as eight pickleball courts. Guest suites that can accommodate overnight guests and family members are also located nearby. Residents also have a shuttle service that originates from the clubhouse and takes them to the beach. Two of the top-rated beaches in the country are only minutes away from Kalea Bay, stated Lodge. They include Barefoot Beach Preserve Park, which was ranked #2 nationally, and DelnorWiggins Pass State Park, which was ranked #9. The completion of the main amenity area at Kalea Bay coincided with the completion the communitys first residential tower, which is sold out. Thats why in May construction began on the communitys second tower, said Lodge. As of mid-September, 65 of the towers 120 residences were sold. That represents a sales volume of $138 million. Like its predecessor, Tower 200 is also 22-stories, specifically, 20 floors of residences over two floors of parking. 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 are 4-bedroom/4.5 bath plans with 3,791 total square feet. Residences 3 and 4 are 4-bedroom/4.5-bath plans with 3,919 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 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. Master suites, kitchens and main living areas in most units 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. Like the first tower, Tower 200 will also have rooftop amenities including a pool, open-air fitness center and a sky lounge.Prices in Tower 200 begin at $1.4 million.For more information regarding Kalea Bay, visit the onsite sales center. It is located on Vanderbilt Drive, two-tenths of a mile north of Wiggins Pass Road. Call (239) 793-0110 or visit KaleaBay.com. Above: A fire pit at the clubhouse offers stunning views of the communitys first tower on the opposite end of the lake. Left: The second towers rooftop amenities will include a pool, open-air fitness center and sky lounge. Below: Kalea Bays main amenity area includes the communitys clubhouse which features three separate pools, an indoor/ outdoor restaurant, fitness center, open-air bar and Internet caf. Above Left: Tower 200 at Kalea Bay is 22 stories and features 120 luxury residences. Above Right: Residents of Kalea Bay have indoor and outdoor dining options. ADVERTORIAL

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 REAL ESTATE B17 Spectacular Mediterra Fall 2018 Model Home Showcase continues Saturday and SundayThe Fall 2018 Model Home Showcase continues Saturday and Sunday from noon until 5:00 p.m. at Mediterra on Livingston Road in North Naples. Five furnished models by London Bay Homes are being featured. London Bays new neighborhoods feature villa and estate homes with Coastal-influenced architectural styles and interiors designed by Romanza Interior Design. New home choices include London Bays models and stunning homesites. Purchasers of homes by London Bay are eligible to secure a full golf membership immediately rather than being placed on the membership waiting list as a Limited Golf Member. London Bay manages all new home construction sales and marketing for Mediterra. The Fall 2018 Model Home Showcase will continue Saturday and Sunday November 3rd and 4th, and November 10th and 11th. The models will be open from noon until 5:00 p.m. Priced at $1,995,000, the single-story Clara model in Mediterras Cabreo neighborhood offers 3,369 square feet. The three-bedroom plus den, threeand-one-half bath residence features a kitchen, family room, and living room that open to an outdoor kitchen, pool, spa, and fire pit. The kitchen features an island and seating at a curved countertop. The master suite also opens to the outdoors. Priced at $2,250,000 furnished, the 3,257 square feet Falerno model in Lucarno provides lakefront views. The homes open-concept plan features a great room, gourmet kitchen, and dining room, a study, three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a covered outdoor living area and kitchen, and a semi-circular pool with a spa and a fire feature. Offered for $2,885,000, the 4,402-squarefoot, two-story Capriano model in Lucarno features a great room with a fireplace, wine bar, and a library opening to an outdoor living and kitchen area. The home offers views of a lake and Mediterras Parterre Garden. A staircase ends at a wet bar that serves a lounge, a guest suite with a balcony, and a sun deck. The two-story, four-bedroom Isabella model in the Serata neighborhood features 4,285 square feet. Priced at $2,895,000 furnished, the open-concept model includes a great room, gourmet kitchen, and caf, a dining room, and den. A loft includes a wet bar and a balcony overlooking an outdoor living area with a pool, spa, and outdoor kitchen. London Bays Catalina model in Mediterras Cortile neighborhood is priced at $4,250,000. The two-story, 5,288 square-foot plan features a great room, island kitchen, and a caf that opens to an outdoor kitchen and bar, a resortstyle pool, spa, and fire pit. The master bath showcases a garden shower. The first floor features a dining room, bonus room and two guest suites. The second floor includes a loft, wet bar, guest suite, and an overlook with a fireplace. Visit the Mediterra Sales Center at 15836 Savona Way off Livingston Road two miles north of Immokalee Road. Visit Mediterra online at MediterraNaples.com. Top Left: Priced at $2,250,000 furnished, the 3,257 square feet Falerno model in Lucarno at Mediterra provides lakefront views. The home features a co vered outdoor living area and kitchen, and a semi-circular pool with a spa and a fire feature. Top Right: Offered for $2,885,000 fully-furnished, the 4,402-square-foot, two-story Capriano model is one of five models by London Bay Homes being featured in Mediterras Fall 2018 Model Home Showcase that starts tomorrow from noon until 5:00 p.m. Above Left: Custom pools and outdoor living areas by London Bay Homes Acquatico pool and outdoor living design company overlook Mediterras spectacular tableau. London Bays two-story, 5,288 square feet under air Catalina model in Mediterras Cortile neighborhood is priced at $4,250,000 furnished. ADVERTORIAL LONDON BAY HOMES PRESENTS THE FALL MODEL HOME SHOWCASECOME EXPERIENCE 5 STUNNING MODEL HOMES, AT NAPLES MOST SOUGHT AFTER COMMUNITY MEDITERRA. 1 1 -Time Winner COMMUNITY OF THE YEAR MEDITERRA THE CHOICE IS YOURS CUSTOM HOMES STARTING IN THE LOW $1 MILLIONS VISIT MEDITERRANAPLES.COM OR CALL 239-298-7600In Naples on Livingston Road Just North of Immokalee Road Sales Center Open Daily at 15836 Savona Way OCT 20-21 & 27-28 NOV 3-4 & 10-11 SAT & SUN 12-5 PM OPEN TO PUBLIC TOUR 5 NEW MODEL HOMES PRIVATE TOURS DAILY A London Bay Homes Community

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B18 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYPublic invited to informational luncheon at Moorings Park Grande LakeMoorings Park Grande Lake, the new Life Plan (CCRC) community being developed by Moorings Park and London Bay Homes, is inviting the public to learn about the community during an upcoming special event. The informational luncheon will be held on Wednesday, October 31, at 11:30 a.m., at the Moorings Park Grande Lake Sales Gallery. Those wishing to attend need to RSVP by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 29, by calling 239-919-1620. The Moorings Park Grande Lake Sales Gallery is located on Premier Drive, on the south side of Golden Gate Parkway, between Airport-Pulling and Livingston roads, inside the entrance to Naples Grande Golf Club. Moorings Park Grande Lake is going to be a spectacular community that offers exceptional healthcare services, stated Daniel Lavender, CEO of Moorings Park Institute, Inc. We hope the public will take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about London Bay Homes luxurious design and Moorings Parks commitment to Simply the Best qualities, services and amenities. Building upon the foundation that has made Moorings Park and Moorings Park at Grey Oaks the preferred choice for Life Plan communities in Southwest Florida, this third incredible neighborhood is planned for the next generation of residents. Situated on 55 acres in the heart of Naples, Moorings Park Grande Lake will combine one-of-a-kind vistas of magnificent lakes and championship golf with luxury homes and exceptional healthcare. Moorings Park Grande Lake is being created in partnership with esteemed luxury custom homebuilder and developer, London Bay Homes, long known for its award-winning architectural design and attention to detail. Future residents will be attracted to its natural beauty, classic design and total commitment to enabling them to live longer, healthier and happier lives, said Lavender. For nearly three decades, the brand promise of Private Label Living has reflected our commitment to building and developing the finest luxury homes in Southwest Florida, said Mark Wilson, President of London Bay Homes. Its an honor for us to now extend our philosophy of choice in design to the areas newest community. The community will consist of luxurious mid-rise residences, including spacious penthouses. Entrance fees start at $1.5 million and are 70 percent refundable. Assisted Living, Memory Care and Physicians Services are included. Moorings Park Grande Lake is a petfriendly campus and has been designed to take advantage of the views of a 28-acre lake and the picturesque golf course beyond. The physical environment presents an innovative and resort-style blueprint that provides for seamless physical and visual experiences. It also maximizes the beauty and appeal of waterfront living combined with high-end materials and services. Consistent with other Moorings Park campuses, Moorings Park Grande Lake will include common areas that promote social interaction, which will allow and encourage residents to choose from indoor and outdoor activities year-round. A few of the planned outdoor activities or amenities include a yoga pavilion, walking paths, lakeside parklettes with boardwalks, gardens, fire pits and overlooks, several bird-watching posts, and bocce and pickleball courts. The areas for social gatherings were designed so the family members and friends of our residents could join in the various activities, which could include events such as outdoor concerts. The clubhouse, as planned, will feature casual and fine dining venues, a private dining room, long curved bar, art studio, state-of-the-art fitness center, strength and cardio area, salon and spa, golf simulator, and a resort-style pool with poolside cabanas. Also located in the clubhouse will be The Center for Healthy Living. The center is home to rehabilitation services, as well as the Care 360 concierge healthcare program, which was developed in partnership with NCH Healthcare System. The Care 360 program offers a higher level of personalized primary care. Services are available to residents of Moorings Park with no additional fees, other than typical co-pays. The Care 360 concierge physicians are accessible by appointment, plus 24/7 access via phone, text or email. Those who purchase a residence in Phase 1 will receive a social membership to Naples Grande Golf Club, which is within walking distance of the residential buildings at Moorings Park Grande Lake. The membership takes effect the moment residents take occupancy of their home and until such time as the communitys clubhouse is completed. The membership includes golfing privileges on the Naples Grande Golf Clubs 18-hole championship golf course, and dining options in Naples Grandes elegant clubhouse. In addition, all Phase 1 residents will have access to Naples Grande Beach Resort and its Har-Tru tennis courts, fitness center and spa, resort-style pool and beach, and preferred pricing on hotel rooms and dining. The Moorings Park Grande Lake Sales Gallery is open Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and is closed Saturdays and Sundays. Visit MooringsParkGL.org for additional information. Top: Moorings Park Grande Lake consists of luxurious mid-rise residences, including spacious penthouses. Left: The buildings at Moorings Park Grande Lake feature a coastal-inspired architectural design. Below Left: Gorgeous golf course and lake views are available from nearly every residence. Below Right: The clubhouse includes casual and fine dining venues and a long curved bar. Bottom: The resort-style pool with poolside cabanas overlooks the Life Plan communitys large lake. ADVERTORIAL

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Joe Garafolo, REALTOR1395 3rd St South, Naples, Fl 34102 GATEDCOMMUNITYOFHAWTHORNE GRANDOPENHOUSETHISSUNDAY Serving Pizza, Beer, and Giveaways! Sue@SueMyhelic.com SueMyhelic.com Imperial Golf Estates $274,9001st oor, 2BR, 2BA condo in Manors of Regal Lake. Tray ceilings, plantation shutters & wonderful lake view. Bay Forest $390,0002nd oor, 3BR, 2BA unit. New carpets, French doors, replace & glass enclosed lanai. See Today! The Dunes $999,999Turnkey 3BR, 3.5BA unit. Plantation Shutters, 16X16 lanai & private terrace with personal spa. RESORT-STYLE LIVING AT ITS BEST! JUST MINUTES TO THE BEACH! ACTIVE SOCIAL CALENDAR! Richard DrosteSales Associate239.572.5117richard.droste@premiersir.comJacki Strategos, P.A. Sales Associate, GRI, CREN 239.370.1222jacki.strategos@premiersir.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. WATER DIRECT ACCESS 1830 Menorca Ct.$650,000 Exceptional curb appeal, light pours in from all the windows/sliders. Very large rooms for all furniture types. Formal Dining Room, breakfast nook, large pantry, oversized garage. Hurricane Protection. New roof being installed. AWESOME LOCATIONDela Park Place #704$569,900 Over 1,250 s.f., 2BR/2 BA with charming views of the island & panoramic views of the Gulf. Near beach, numerous amenities, gated complex & beautiful landscaping. Covered parking & laundry room in unit. NEAR BEACH ENTRANCEHarbour Boat Club #203$430,000 This is a happy unit. Spacious, bright, open & airy. Lovely view of pool, landscaped area & canal. Many windows & sliders bringing in our sunshine. Great split oor plan 2 BR+den, 2 BA. South end of island.521 S. Heathwood Dr.$154,900 Come build sandcastles instead of snowmen. Great location bordering the desired south end for l ess. Close of many of Marco Islands amenities. Minutes to Mackle Park, sewer assessment paid.1621 Begonia Ct.$370,000 Great opportunity to build on Marco Island. Pristine waters, beautiful coastlines & an amazing sense of community. Loaded with activities & amenities. People from all over the globe are drawn here. HOMESITE OPPORTUNITIES

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B22 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Featured Open HouseQUAIL WEST 4649 Idylwood Lane $1,300,000 Open Sunday 1-4pm Estate on .64 acres with a panoramic view of fairways and woods. Detailed workmanship with splendid nishes, dramatic ceilings, retracting glass walls and chefs kitchen. Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 John R Wood Properties Call 239.325.1960 to be inculded in Florida Weeklys OPEN HOUSE DIRECTORY NaplesAREA ADDRESS PRICE REAL ESTATE OFFICE AGENT & PHONE NUMBER HOURS PORT ROYAL 1201 Galleon Dive $13,495,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Call for Details! 239.213.9100 Fri-Sun 1-4pm PELICAN BAY PELICAN BAY WOODS 711 Bobwhite Lane $4,450,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Don Winkler 239.961.2166 Sunday 1-4pm ROYAL HARBOR 1920 Tarpon Road $3,800,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sherry Irvin 239.825.2786 Sunday 1-4pm BELLAGIO 10200 Gulfshore Drive #PH802 $2,999,000 Gulf Breeze Real Estate Sue Myhelic 239.216.6444 Sunday 1-4pm GREY OAKS ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS 2394 Grey Oaks Drive North From $2,495,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sales Of ce 239.262.5557 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm & Sun 12-5pm PINE RIDGE 149 Caribbean Court $2,495,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Whitney Casement 239.253.6125 Sunday 1-4pm OLD NAPLES ESMERALDA ON EIGHTH 985 8th Avenue South #102 $2,495,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Jeff Little 239.494.0820 Sunday 1-4pm THE MOORINGS 475 Putter Point Drive $2,295,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm QUAIL WEST 6320 Burnham Road $2,500,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm THE MOORINGS 441 Wedge Drive $2,250,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Karen Van Arsdale 239.293.5040 Sunday 1-4pm PELICAN ISLE AQUA 13675 Vanderbilt Drive #705 $2,175,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty John DAmelio 239.961.5996 Sunday 1-4pm LAKE PARK 1187 10th Avenue North $1,990,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Melinda Gunther 239.297.2155 Sunday 1-3 pm TWIN EAGLES 11943 Hedgestone Court $1,649,000 Premiere Plus Realty Greg Courniotes 239.595.9408 Sunday 1-4pm PARK SHORE 3570 Crayton Road $1,595,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Michael G. Lawler 219.261.3939 Sunday 1-4pm RESIDENCES AT MERCATO 9123 Strada Place #7125 From $1,325,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sales Of ce 239.594.9400 Mon-Sat 10am-6pm & Sun 12-6pm TIBURON ESPERANZA 2751 Tibuorn Boulevard #101 $1,325,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Kimberly Wagner 239.571.5474 Sunday 1-4pm ROYAL HARBOR VILLA ENSENADA 1130 Clam Court $1,325,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Craig Jones 239.825.6857 Sunday 2-4pm QUAIL WEST 4649 Idylwood Lane $1,300,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm PARK SHORE TERRACES 4751 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #1206 $1,295,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Polly Himmel 239.290.3910 Sunday 1-4pm NAPLES BAY RESORT 1530 5th Avenue South #C-213 $1,274,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 Sunday 1-4pm PELICAN BAY CRESCENT 8460 Abbington Circle #1822 $1,150,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Dodona & Ornela, The Roboci Team 239.776.8123 Sunday 1-4pm VILLALAGO AT MEDITERRA 18081 Lagos Way $1,100,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm TREVISO AT THE COLONY 23750 Via Trevi Way #503 $995,000 Domain Realty Bill Arndt 239.250.5045 Sun & Wed 1-4pm LUCARNO AT MEDITERRA 16660 Lucarno Way $975,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm OLD NAPLES MODENA 380 10th Street South #204 $939,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Galietti Team 239.826.5897 Sunday 12-4pm COLLIERS RESERVE 939 Barcarmil Way $925,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Erik David Barber 323.513.6391 Sunday 1-4pm ISLES OF COLLIER PRESERVE 4968 Andros Drive $860,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sascha Nagel 239.285.6283 Sunday 1-4pm FIDDLERS CREEK CHIASSO 9306 Chiasso Cove $795,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty ML Meade 239.293.4851 Sunday 1-4pm THE QUARRY 9214 Gypsum Way $789,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Gregory Sofranko 239.877.1966 Sunday 1-4pm TRADITIONS AT GREY OAKS 2305 Residence Circle #101 $745,000 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm THE MOORINGS EXECUTIVE CLUB 3300 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #116 $518,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Patricia Grace Joyce 310.739.2473 Sunday 1-4pm MARBELLA ISLES 13342 Coronado Drive $479,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Simone Student-Anderson 239.572.0772 Sunday 1-4pm DEL MAR AT COQUINA SANDS 1300 Gulf Shore Boulevard North #503 $399,900 John R Wood Properties Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Sunday 1-4pm GOLDEN GATE ESTATES 4455 Golden Gate Boulevard East $339,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Terri Moellers 239.289.6964 Sunday 1-4pm LELY RESORT ALDEN WOODS 6682 Alden Woods #202 $329,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Sean Meehan 239.404.0109 Sunday 1-4pm VERONA WALK 8073 Chianti Lane $299,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Diane Mato 239.777.7358 Sunday 1-4pm LELY RESORT 8986 Cambria Circle #2203 $299,900 4 Percentage Realty Bob Dratler 239.206.1672 Open by appointment BERKSHIRE VILLAGE 1407 Monarch Circle #B-2.1 $299,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 Sunday 1-4pm LELY IRONWOOD 482 Bristle Cone Lane #42 $279,900 Premier Sothebys International Realty Tom Oaster 239.595.1275 Sunday 1-4pm TWIN EAGLES 12021 Covent Garden Court #2701 $277,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 Sunday 1-4pm CYPRESS WOODS GOLF & C.C. 3445 Grand Cypress Drive #102 $264,900 Gulf Breeze Real Estate Sue Myhelic 239.216.6444 Sunday 1-4pm HERITAGE BAY 10200 Heritage Bay Boulevard #115 $266,900 Gulf Breeze Real Estate Sue Myhelic 239.216.6444 Sunday 1-4pm CYPRESS WOODS CYPRESS TRACE 2820 Cypress Trace Circle #2012 $199,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 Sunday 1-4pm COUNTRY CLUB MANOR 5499 Rattlesnake Hammock Road #105 $149,500 4 Percentage Realty Bob Dratler 239.206.1672 Open by a ppointment Marco IslandMARCO ISLAND 1070 Caxambas Drive $1,685,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 Sunday 1-4pm Bonita SpringsBONITA BAY AZURE 4931 Bonita Bay Boulevard #901 $2,550,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 Sunday 1-4pm BONITA BAY TAVIRA 4851 Bonita Bay Boulevard #804 $2,495,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Gary & Jeff Jaarda 239.293.1507 Sunday 2-4pm PELICAN LANDING 23866 Sanctuary Lakes Court $949,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 Sunday 12-4pm FAIRWINDS 10218 Avonleigh Drive $549,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Jim Wester eld, Wester eld Group 239.287.6617 Sunday 1-4pm PALMIRA GOLF & CC 28646 San Galgano Way $419,900 Royal Shell Real Estate Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 Sunday 1-4pm HAWTHORNE 26324 Stonewall Lane $419,000 Waterfront Realty Joe Garafolo 224.531.1849 Sunday 12-5pm BONITA BAY HARBOR LANDING 4520 Riverwatch Drive #101 $375,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Cathy Lieberman & Cindy Reiff 239.272.1196 Sunday 1-4pm BONITA BAY HARBOR LAKES 27040 Lake Harbor Court #102 $350,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Sandy Kass, The Fagan Team 239.292.4044 Sunday 1-4pm BONITA NATIONAL GOLF & C.C. 28030 Cookstown Court $317,500 Gulf Breeze Real Estate Sue Myhelic 239.216.6444 Sunday 1-4pm SERRANO 27028 Adriana Circle #202 $310,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 Sunday 1-4pm SORRENTO 28054 Sosta Lane #3 $246,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Shirlene Elkins 239.777.9574 Sunday 1-4pm EsteroBELLE LAGO 19249 La Serena Drive $869,680 Royal Shell Real Estate Leah Al eri 239.464.2829 Sunday 1-4pm SHADOW WOOD TAMARIND TRACE 23108 Foxberry Lane $795,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Cindy Reiff & Cathy Lieberman 239.272.1196 Sunday 1-4pm THE COLONY FLORENCIA 23850 Via Italia Circle #406 $749,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 Sunday 1-4pm SHADOW WOOD AT THE BROOKS 22211 Kenwood Isle Drive $660,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Greg Lewis, The Lewis Team 239.287.1158 Sunday 1-4pm THE COLONY FLORENCIA 23850 Via Italia Circle #105 $549,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Taylor Ekovich 239.370.7715 Sunday 1-4pm COLONIAL OAKS 9929 Colonial Walk North $387,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 Sunday 1-4pm MEADOWS OF ESTERO 3620 Lansing Loop #202 $335,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Jim Wester eld, Wester eld Group 239.287.6617 Sunday 1-4pm SHADOW WOOD PALMETTO RIDGE 9231 Palmetto Ridge Drive #101 $309,000 Royal Shell Real Estate Sue Ellen Mathers 239.877.2726 Sunday 1-4pmFort MyersTHE FOREST COUNTRY CLUB 16031 Forest Oaks Drive $884,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty Ray Felitto 239.910.5340 Sunday 1-4pm Florida Weeklys OPEN HOUSE DIRECTORY | October 27 & 28

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PENDING PENDING TimothyJBlanton@yahoo.com239.246.8952TimBlantonREALTOR ARBORWOOD PRESERVELAKEFRONTWhy wait to build and priced to sell! Beautiful lakefront home built in 2016 located in Arborwood Preserve, a resort style community. The home offers a brick paver driveway, lush tropical landscaping and beautiful architecture details. As you enter the home you will notice the beautiful tile oors and the goregous view of the large lake. The kitchen offers 42 inch upper cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite. The master has large windows and offers a master bath with a custom glass shower, dual sinks and granite counter tops. The guest bedroom is large and offers a beautiful guest bath. The laundry room includes a washer and dryer. The home offers a 2 car garage with a custom painted oor. Arborwood Preserve offers a resort style amenities. The home is vacant and ready to move into.ARBORWOOD PRESERVE LAKEFRONT Custom-built lakefront estate located in Coconut Creek, a gated community with old Florida-style architecture. Estate offers volume ceilings, crown molding, tile oors, a large formal dinning room and custom drapes throughout. Living room offers custom built-in cabinets, pocket sliders out to a large undertruss lanai with an outdoor kitchen, dining area and pool. French doors lead you to a private master suite. The master bedroom offers two master baths, one with a jacuzzi, dressing area and two vanities. The second master bath offers a tiled shower, dual master sinks and a gym. There is a guest bedroom located on the opposite side of the home with its own private hallway and full bath. A cabana poolside offers a large bedroom and its own private entry with full bath. There is a bonus room above the garage with a half bath. COCONUT CREEK LAKEFRONT COCONUT CREEKLAKEFRONTMILLION DOLLAR PRODUCER SAILBOAT ACCESS TIP LOTThis is the fabulous tip lot you have been waiting for. Located on a short cul-de-sac street! Enjoy overlooking the waterway with three intersecting waterways views!! This great tip lot has 164 feet of waterfrontage with an 80 foot dock waiting for your dream home!! No bridges out to Charlotte Harbor. out to 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. Is where your story begins Purchase your dream home with as little as 3% down*. *For well qualified borrowers. Get started. Call today! (239) 908-5864 Or visit www1.LMCU.org/FloridaMortgage B AndREALTOR, SRES CNE www.BillArndt.com (239) 250-5045Bill@BillArndt.com Te o a be Ct n y23750 VIA TREVI WAY #503 $995,000Luxurious 2 brm + den, 3 bath condo overlooking the Gulf and the bay. Located in the Colony at Treviso in Estero. To view call Bill Arndt 239-250-5045 Va cia Cf r u 1877 PAR DRIVE $369,995Fabulous move in condition home with golf course view. Perfect for large families. Private patio from the golfers view. OPEN HOUSE WED & SUN PRICE REDUCED ESTATE SALE 239-206-16724PercentageRealty.comNaples Lowest Sales Fee Directions at Guard Gate:Greg Courniotes 239-595-940811943 Hedgestone Ct. $1,649,000TWIN EAGLES COUNTRY CLUB OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Oct 28th 1-4 PM

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BAREFOOT BEACH $3,249,000 234 Barefoot Beach Blvd Beach and boating. 350 steps to beach and Gulf Designer furnished, elevator. Luxurious home, 2 boat docks with 16,000 and 10,000 lb. lifts. No bridges to Gulf. 5+Den/4.5 (H12575) Team Hutchison-Moore, 272.7000, 778.4884 BRITTANY AT PARK SHORE $2,990,000 4021 Gulf Shore Blvd N #1106 Simply amazing! Panoramic G ulf and Bay view! Exquisitely upgraded, open plan. Gorgeous marble, granite, white kitchen with island, 2 owners suites! Fab terrace. 3+Den/3.5 (C15083) Tade Bua-Bell, 595.0097, Emily K. Bua, 659.6115 PARK SHORE $1,875,000 3971 Gulf Shore Blvd N #404 Walls of glass from 9 ft. ceilings bring sun from sunrise to sunset in this mid-height immaculate luxury beachfront residence a stroll from Venetian Village. 3/3 (C14384) Nan Dietrich, 564.2906 QUAIL WEST $1,300,000 4649 Idylwood Ln Captivating Quail West estate on .64 acr es boasts an idyllic setting with a panoramic view of fairways and woods. 4+Den/4.5 (H13345) Tade Bua-Bell, 595.0097, Emily K. Bua, 659.6115 NAPLES CAY $1,285,000 40 Seagate Dr #502-A Enjoy Gulf views from y our dream beachfront vacation home. Beautiful resort-style ambiance and accommodations. Renters in residence, call listing agent for appt. 3/2 (C14212) Josie Mennini, 398.3643 BAY VILLAS AT PELICAN BAY $1,095,000 585 Bay Villas Ln #88 Have you been looking for a three-bedr oom villa with a two-car garage? Here it is. Sit back and relax in your own private tropical courtyard pool area. 3/2 (V2660) Cheryl Turner, 250.3311 SAN MARINO AT PELICAN BAY $989,500 6855 San Marino Dr #203D Rarely available Le G rande D model with 2-car garage. Very pristine, never occupied by owner. Rented only for season months. Tram to beach is a short walk. 3/2 (C14923) Gary Alfonso, 450.1390 MEDITERRA $975,000 16660 Lucarno Way Freshly painted neutral interior. Scr eened pool and lanai, southern exposure and 2-car garage. Custom kitchen with large island. London Bay built. 3/3 (H12829) Tade Bua-Bell, 595.0097, Emily K. Bua, 659.6115 GROSVENOR AT PELICAN BAY $975,000 6001 Pelican Bay Blvd #1404 Breathtaking Gulf vie ws. Entertain on your large 14thoor lanai. Electric shutters and granite counter tops. Social room, gym, pool, spa, grill and security. 2/2.5 (C15216) Cheryl Turner, 250.3311 COCONUT CREEK $895,000 4525 North Rd Tropical, gated 2.67 acre oasis minutes to do wntown Naples and the beach. Gorgeous pool, pond with fountain, fruit trees and separate 1 room cottage, plus much more. 3/2 (H12727) Ho man Group, 404.9860 PARK SHORE $875,000 760 Park Shore Dr Location! Great tear down opportunity! P riced at lot value, this property is perfect for your new residence! Access to private beach park, dining, and more! 3/2 (H13335) Lisa M. Richardson, 250.8008 VANDERBILT BEACH $799,500 11 Bluebill Ave #1106 Beautifully remodeled penthouse condo in V anderbilt Surf Colony. 3 minute walk to beach. Being sold furnished, new impact glass and sliding doors. 2/2 (C15117) Gary Alfonso, 450.1390 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES $769,900 2240 Imperial Golf Course Blvd Tastefully remodeled home with expansiv e lake and golf course views. Gorgeous ooring, spalike baths and wonderful open kitchen. Large lanai, simply irresistible. 4/3 (H13262) Debbie Frost, 250.8701 OLD NAPLES $729,000 276 2nd St S #276 Furthest west condos allow ed in Old Naples. End unit, own washer/dryer, enclosed lanai. 2/2 (C14653) Nan Dietrich, 564.2906 ST. KITTS AT PELICAN BAY $715,000 6585 Nicholas Blvd #1602 Experience gorgeous sunsets and magni cent G ulf views from this 16th oor St. Kitts condo in Crown Colony. Owners can have 2 pets, 25 pounds each. 2/2 (C14794) Cheryl Turner, 250.3311 WYNDEMERE $689,000 145 Edgemere Way S Classic home in one of Naples most pr estigious golf communities. Active social activities plus award winning golf courses make this lifestyle an easy choice. 3/2.5 (H13602) Lynn M. Bower, P.A., 438.6784 WILDCAT RUN $688,800 20321 Wildcat Run Dr Totally remodeled 2017 and 2018, .5-acre estate home sits on the sixth green of award winning Arnold Palmer Signature 18 hole par 72 golf course. 4/3 (H13622) Elise Starr, 209.3960 AUTUMN WOODS $624,900 6968 Burnt Sienna Cir Fall in love with this immaculate 2-story home that is situated on a gorgeous lot that o ers beautiful views of wide tranquil lake. Less than 2 miles to beach. 4+Den/2.5 (H13223) Lenore Vitale, 370.7030 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES $585,000 1901 Princess Ct Wonderful custom home with lots of walls of glass, Zen gar dens and gorgeous ooring. Open and spacious with newer kitchen, SS appliances and long breakfast bar. 3+Den/2.5 (H13332) Debbie Frost, 250.8701 FOUR SEASONS $575,000 10254 Winterview Dr Welcome to one of Collier County s most sought-after communities. is spacious home sits on almost 1 acre of land and is the perfect setting for entertaining. 4+Den/3 (H13457) Mary Kay Hart, 821.5500 AUTUMN WOODS $569,000 6768 Southern Oak Ct Fresh, remodeled and charming. Florida lifestyle is a choice and this home ts the bill. Lake view saltwater pool home with lots of extras and new touches. 3+Den/2 (H13240) Lynn M. Bower, P.A., 438.6784 VICTORIA PARK $440,000 450 Nottingham Dr Victoria Park o ers an aw esome location in North Naples that is convenient to top-rated schools, restaurants, stores and more. Updated and well-maintained home. 3+Den/2 (H13467) David Burke, 784.2831, Greg Gorman, PA, 784.2841 LIVINGSTON LAKES $419,900 15177 Butler Lake Dr #102 SE lake view with ever ything! Tile oors, SS appliances, quartz counters, 5.5 crown molding and baseboards. Plantation shutters throughout. 2-car garage. Pristine! 2+Den/2 (C15136) Alysia Testa, 961.2138 THE STRAND $419,000 5997 Trophy Dr #1102 Uniquely reno vated to highest standards in open plan kitchen and bathrooms. 2160 sq. ft. Peaceful water views. Electric storm shutters. Soothing color palette. 2+Den/2 (C15276) Vivienne Sinkow, 405.0638 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES $416,900 1579 Weybridge Cir Blue skies, meandering lakes, green golf course and natur e preserve not only attracts wildlife, its the perfect place to call home. 2+Den/2.5 (H12494) Greg Gorman, PA, 784.2841 MOORINGS $399,000 2900 Gulf Shore Blvd N #103 is B ay front building cant be beat. Florida living at its very best. Updated. Walk across Gulf Shore Boulevard to the beach or relax by the pool. 2/2 (C14802) Cheryl Turner, 250.3311 AVIANO $379,000 12835 Carrington Cir #7-102 Beautifully appointed 1st oor great room coach home features tile and hardwood oors, plantation shutters, island kitchen and large master suite. 2+Den/2 (C15234) John Newman, 580.8331 LIVINGSTON LAKES $379,000 15153 Palmer Lake Cir #202 2nd oor lake view. Tile throughout. Custom wood staircase, closet and ceiling beams in master. Large, open great room/kitchen/dining. 2+Den/2 (C15135) Alysia Testa, 961.2138 PELICAN MARSH $349,500 1025 Egrets Walk Cir #104 Beautifully maintained condo in Egrets Walk. is is a rstoor unit located in a private setting facing Mercato. Pristine condition. Wood ooring throughout. 2+Den/2 (C14366) Gary Alfonso, 450.1390 LELY RESORT $335,000 6815 Ascot Dr #102 is former builder model is being sold turnkey furnished and is conveniently located across from the community pool. Western view of lake and golf course. 3/2 (C15258) Bethany Meyer, 919.4189 AVIANO $305,000 12858 Carrington Cir #8-202 Spacious 2nd oor condo o verlooking natural landscape. Volume ceilings, granite kitchen, laundry room, single garage. Gated community with pool, spa, exercise room. 3/2 (C14978) Barbara Salinas, 449.2733 BERMUDA GREENS/IMPERIAL GC $289,000 1695 Bermuda Greens Blvd #D5 Coach home with garage with golf views. 1864 T. sq. ft. of renovated, bright cheery resort living. Stainless/quartz kitchen, 26ft lanai with shutters Active community, pool. 2/2 (C15138) Margaret Hutchison, 272.7000 QUAIL CREEK VILLAGE $284,900 11384 Quail Village Way #202 Updated 1st oor end unit, expansive golf course view! Updates galore and elegance abounds. Plantation shutters, tile oors throughout, lots of closet space. 2+Den/2 (C14475) Barbara Salinas, 449.2733 PEBBLEBROOKE LAKES $274,000 8355 Big Acorn Cir #501 Resort living with beautiful lake views! E nd unit, lives like a home, ample storage, volume ceilings and double-car garage. 2 pools, clubhouse, tennis and more!. 3/2 (C15084) Mari Vesci, 269.8889 NAPLES BATH AND TENNIS $269,000 1796 Bald Eagle Dr #500B Newly renovated and fabulous view of the lake with water featur es. Close to shopping, dining, easy access to I-75 and just a few minutes from the beach. 3/3 (C14964) Mary Kay Hart, 821.5500, Greg Gorman, PA, 784.2841 FIND THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS.Search All of Naples, Florida and Surrounding Areas Listings atJOHNRWOOD.COM OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 2-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 This Weeks Featured ListingsOPEN HOUSES ARE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2018 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4 OPEN HOUSE 1-4

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Marco Island | 239.642.2222 S.E. Naples | 239.449.3400 Broad Avenue | 239.434.2424 Fifth Avenue | 239.434.8770 Grey Oaks-Estuary | 239.262.5557 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 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTNAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY | SECTION CWWW.FLORIDAWEEKLY.COM INSIDEWEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 Arts Commentary War: What is it good for? An Illiad retold at Gulfshore Playhouse. C10 SocietyThe David Lawrence Center hosts its Recovery Month Awards Dinner. C28-29 Latest filmsThe Oath is about people you would never want to spend time with, and those who suffer in their company. C18 Rocking with Rotary, the 25th annual Taste of Bonita, is coming Nov. 17 to Riverside Park on Old 41 Road. This years Taste of Bonita, from 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m., is a 25-year celebration featuring national musical touring acts and food from area restaurants and food trucks. Musical acts include Brian H owe, former lead singer of Bad Company, headlining the event at 7:30 p.m. Prior to Howes performance, SLOWRiDE, featuring former members of Foghat, will take the stage at 5:45 p.m. Other bands will perform throughout the day. The 25th annual Rocking with Rotary Taste of Bonita is our largest and biggest event to date, said Rob Grady, event chair. But, the best part, Mr. Grady said, is the opportunity this annual event provides for our Rotary Club to raise funds to support the many service projects and charitable giving coordinated by The Rotary Club of Bonita Naples such as funding for Estero High School scholarships, funding for the clubs annual distribution of dictionaries to every third grade student in Bonita Springs, and donating funds to numerous charities such as Gift of Life, The Wheelchair Foundation and others. The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs Naples was chartered in 1992 and is made up of business professionals who come together to serve the community and promote their vocations. The club has donated more than $800,000 to charities through funds raised at the annual Taste of Bonita. Tickets can be purchased at www. Eventbrite.com. For information, call Mr. Grady at 405-1400 or visit www. TasteOfBonita.com. Taste of Bonita celebrates 25 years with rock n rollers, food WRITE ONANN HOOD WAS RAISED ON STORIES. Growing up in her ItalianAmerican immigrant family in a Rhode Island mill town with multiple generations living under the same roof, she listened to others tell stories and learned how to do so herself: present a conflict or create suspense. Use specific details. Hold your listeners interest. She began reading stories at age 4, and devoured books from then on, reading indiscriminately. She also began to write. I was that kid in second grade who was writing newspapers, Ms. Hood says. I would sell them to my family. I always wrote poems, stories. I grew up in a neigh-BY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ oridaweekly.com Best-selling novelist Ann Hood to give keynote speech at 13th annual Sanibel Island Writers ConferenceSEE WRITE, C23 INSIDE: Food, glorious food writing with Michael Ruhlman. C10 COURTESY PHOTOBest-selling novelist Ann HoodSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________The best part is the opportunity this annual event provides for our Rotary Club to raise funds to support the many service projects and charitable giving coordinated by The Rotary Club of Bonita Naples such as funding for Estero High School scholarships, funding for the clubs annual distribution of dictionaries to every third grade student in Bonita Springs, and donating funds to numerous charities such as Gift of Life, The Wheelchair Foundation and others. Rob Grady, event chairHOWE

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C2 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Moving Forward Recognized AmongstAmerican Top Podiatrists 2010-2018 Dr. Kevin Lam, FACFAS, DABLES, DABPSDr. Glenn Woodley, DPM, AACFAS 730 Goodlette Road, Suite #102, Naples HOURS: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pmDr. W. Drew Chapman, AACFAS 12250 Tamiami Trail East, Suite #101, Naples HOURS: Mon-Fri 8am-5pmDr. Rikhil Patel, DPM, AACFAS 840 111 Avenue North, Suite #3, Naples HOURS: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm (239) 430-3668 www.NaplesPodiatrist.comSame Day Appts for new & established patientsBoard Certi ed in Reconstructive Ankle Surgery. Board Certi ed in Foot Surgery. 4 New Facts About Your Feet & Ankles Avoid SurgeryLive Amniotic Stem Cell erapy For Knee, Ankle and Foot Pain. LONGEST TRACK RECORD OF FOOT & ANKLE SURGERY SUCCESS IN COLLIER COUNTY Heel pain in the morning can be easily resolved.1 Diabetic infections kill more people than breast cancer and AIDS. If diabetic, must see us now.2 Ingrown toenails can lead to bone infection; we treat them fast.3 Top pickleball injuries seen include foot fractures from ankle sprains.4Whos at your dinner party?I was down on Fifth Avenue recently celebrating a friends birthday. We have so many dining choices in this town, so of course choosing a place is never the problem. But what about choosing who you surround yourself with? Who would you invite to a dinner party if you had the chance to organize the ultimate get together? They could be alive or dead; famous or friend. Who would you gather if you had to choose 10 people to assemble for dining and dialogue? My poor, long-suffering friends; I pose these indiscriminate questions to them all the time just to hear their thoughts. To me, this imaginary guest list underscores whats important to people and where they place their priorities and curiosity. It also might serve as a warning whether I want to accept a dinner invite from them in the future Of course I could fashion a dinner party of the rock stars Id want to hang with (R.I.P., Chris Cornell), the Premiere League players that I follow or just settle on five Charlie Hunnams and five Viggo Mortensens. This might feed my fan girl fantasy. But what Im talking about is the dinner party of my dreams my own Algonquin dinner table, so to speak. I would seat mostly post mortem diners: Eleanor Roosevelt, Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, Helen Keller, Katherine Hepburn, the Dalai Lama (No one else would get a word in edgewise, am I right?), Leonardo Da Vinci, Isadora Duncan, Coco Chanel and Thomas Jefferson. My sister always asked me, Who cares? How do you come up with these stupid questions? Its not like its going to happen! Thats true, but whats the harm in imagining? Im grateful to each of these historical figures for shaping my worldview and providing me life heroes. If you believe the adage, If you dont learn from history, you are bound to repeat it, what better way to get the inside scoop than imagining you could ask those who have been there and done that? Perhaps more importantly, my guest list shows me what I value. It shows me those things that I have taken away from this life so far and those people who embody the values, talents, perspective, ingenuity and persistence that I think fleshes out a human life. We are all storytellers. Our lives are stories playing out daily. Conjuring up my dinner party makes me feel like I am adding illustrations to my story and coloring in the pages with the insights of those I hold in esteem. Each of my guests lived vibrantly. Though my daily story will leave no such legacy, I am grateful that each of my guests has interested me. I am grateful that these diverse diners have colored in the pages of my life story with something precious to my human experience. Pose this question to your friends or ponder it on your own, if you feel like it. You dont even have to cook or clean up. Its a win-win! Oh, and Viggo and Charlie if youre listening, the tables set. melaniePEFINISFlorida Weekly Columnist

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 C3 FALL SIDEWALK SALE OCTOBER 25-28THURSDAY & FRIDAY 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. SATURDAY 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. SUNDAY 12 to 5 p.m.Glorious Food, Great Shops & Graceful Byways (239) 434-6533 thirdstreetsouth.com Be sure to visit all of these participating stores:A Mano The Beach House of Naples C. Orrico Carolyns Off Third Cleopatras Barge Fine Jewelry Eileen Fisher Gloss Salon of Naples Gretchen Scott Designs Janes Caf Jett Thompson Interiors John Craig Clothier Jose Aragon Jewelers Island Company Marissa Collections Old Naples Surf Shop Paradise Antiques of Naples Pierre & Harry Pratts Show Salon Purple Poppy Quidley and Company Fine Art Sara Campbell Sequin THE NAPLES PLAYERS PRESENT SPONSORED BY 239-263-7990 NAPLESPLAYERS.ORG SPONSOR OCT 24 NOV 18 TICKETS ON SALE NOW! G G THIS WEEK ON WGCUTVTHURSDAY, OCT. 25, 8 P.M. Jamestown, Part 4Rumor of a gold mine map sends suspicion around the settlement. Farlow and Redwick resort to espionage to get the better of Jocelyn and when James Reads temper leads him into serious trouble, he finds himself indebted to Alice. Jocelyn finally learns who possesses the map, and Henry and Davie decide to head toward the mountains in pursuit of the gold.FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 9 P.M. Shakespeare Uncovered: The Winters Tale with Simon Russell Beale A winters tale was Jacobean slang for something fanciful and unreal a campfire story. Shakespeares The Winters Tale, written during the period of 1609-1611, is classified as one of his late romances. This is a play driven by passion and obsession, by the uncontrollable jealousy of King Leontes, who recklessly rejects his wifes love and accuses her of an affair with his old friend. Followed at 10 p.m. by Shakespeare Uncovered: Richard III with Anthony Sher. SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 8 P.M. Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Part 3Great finds include a Booker T. Washington archive collected by Washingtons former teacher; a 17th C. Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist.SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 10 P.M. The Woman in White, Part 2 Laura makes a confession and Sir Percivals friend, Count Fosco, comes to visit. MONDAY, OCT. 29, 10 P.M. Frontline The Facebook Dilemma, Part 1 Frontline investigates a series of warnings from insiders and outsiders that went unattended by Facebook as the company grew from a dorm room project to a global empire. TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 10 P.M. Frontline The Facebook Dilemma, Part 2 See the story of how decisions made by the company as it sought increased wealth and new users transformed Facebook into a surveillance company, a media company and a player in social movements and elections around the world. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 8 P.M. Nature Super Cats, Part 2 Cats in Every Corner Discover how cats have conquered the world, thriving in almost every landscape on Earth, from the wetlands of Asia to Africas oldest desert, to the shores of California and the tropical beaches of Costa Rica. Jamestown, Part 4, 8 p.m. Oct. 25

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C4 WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY 239.592.47842366 Immokalee Road Naples, FL 34110 (Greentree Plaza) Open 7 Days a Week for Dinner starting at 5:00pmwww.blackforestnaples.com Find us on GRUBHUB & UBEREATS! 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Join us for specialty platters, pretzels Rouladen, roast pork, sausages and more! with Dinner Tues & Sun Reserve Your Pork Made Sausages Join us before it ends OCT 31 st 475 SEAGATE DRIVE, NAPLES, FL 34103 (844) 249-5309 | NAPLESGRANDE.COM/SPA complimentary valet parkingIndulge in the ultimate relaxation at our full service luxury spaincluding hair + nail salon. Massages, facials, hair + nail services, and more. Ask about our monthly specials + customizable packages for your upcoming birthday, bachelorette, or bridal party!9am-6pm dailyPlace of Hope in Haiti holds its inaugural Drive for Hope golf tournament on Friday, Oct. 26, at Vineyards Country Club. Players will enjoy a continental breakfast and silent auction before the 9 a.m. shotgun start. Registration for $250 includes 18 holes of golf, cart rental, continental breakfast, refreshments and an awards luncheon. Hole sponsorships and other underwriting opportunities are available. To sign up or for more information, visit www. PlaceofHopeinHaiti.org. The fifth annual Chip in for DLC golf tournament to benefit the David Lawrence Center takes place Friday, Oct. 26, at Quail Creek Golf & Country Club. Lunch and registration begin at 11:30 a.m. Tee-off for the 18-hole scramble is at 1 p.m. Golfers will also be able to take part in raffles, skills challenges and a putting contest. Registration for $250 includes green fees and a cart, lunch and an awards cocktail reception. Non-golfers can attend the reception for $50. Chip in for DLC is hosted by David Lawrence Center in partnership with David Lawrence Center Young Executives. Co-chairs are Peter Michaels and Joseph Stusek. Presenting sponsors are Cigna and Brown & Brown Insurance. Other sponsors to date are Cummings & Lockwood, Gulf Coast Construction, Florida Insurance Trust, DeAngelis Diamonds, IPC, Peninsula Engineering and Chad Commers of SVN|KOVA Naples. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available. To sign up or for more information, call 354-1445 or visit www.ChipInforDLC.org.Sign yourself or a team up now and start collecting pledges for the 2018 American Heart Association Collier Heart Walk. Sponsored by Arthrex, Moorings Park and an Anonymous Donor in Memory of Kyle Fernstrom, the noncompetitive, 3-mile walk helps the fund groundbreaking research and lifesaving programs through the passion of walking together to change lives. The familyand pet-friendly event sets out rain or shine Saturday, Nov. 3, at Cambier Park. Gates open at 8 a.m. and the walks sets out at 9 a.m. For registration or more information, visit www.collierheartwalk.org.The third annual Southwest Florida Home Base Golf Tournament takes place on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 12, at Pelicans Nest Golf Club at Pelican Landing in Bonita Springs. The shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. Registration for $200 includes lunch, golf, cart and dinner. Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital formed Home Base to offer care and support to post 9/11 veterans and their families. Southwest Florida Home Base provides clinical care, a three-month wellness program, community outreach and education. Sponsors, donors and participants are needed. For more information, call Pat Phelan at 980-1609 or email paphelan23@gmail.com. GET OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C5 See the full lineup at Naples Boat Mart Unsinkable construction. Legendary performance. Ex ceptional Quality. ON THE WATERAlcohol and boating: Think before you drinkAlmost half of all boating accidents involve alcohol. That should be reason enough to leave alcohol consumption for when you are safely ashore with no plans to travel. Operating a boat while intoxicated is a federal offense, subject to a $1,000 fine. In addition, criminal penalties are as high as $5,000 and may even include jail time. State boating under the influence laws are becoming more stringent. In most states, the standards for determining whether an individual is intoxicated matches its state highway laws for operating a vehicle. Please consider: In most states it is illegal to operate a boat with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or greater. Some states will suspend your boating license or privilege. In some states your driving record could be affected. Your boat could be seized or sold at auction.The effects of alcoholAffects balance Balance is critical on a boat. Simply falling overboard and drowning accounts for at least one in four boating fatalities. Impairs judgment Alcohol reduces inhibitions, causing normally cautious people to try stunts or enter high-risk situations a sober person would avoid. Slows reaction Alcohol severely diminishes your ability to react to several different signals at once. It takes longer to receive information from your eyes, ears and other senses, and still more time to react. Reduced night vision and the inability to distinguish red from green makes the intoxicated night boater an even greater hazard. Boating stressorsStressors, such as exposure to noise, vibration, sun, glare, wind and the motion of the water, affect boat operators and passengers, thus making drinking while boating even more dangerous than drinking and driving. Research shows that hours of exposure to boating stressors produces a kind of a fatigue, or boaters hypnosis, which slows reaction time almost as much as if you were legally drunk. Adding alcohol or drugs to boating stress-factors intensifies affects each drink multiplies your accident risk.Alcohol myth or fact?Myth: Beer is less intoxicating than wine or distilled liquor. Fact: One 12 ounce beer contains the same amount of alcohol as 5 ounces of wine or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor. Myth: A cold shower, coffee, physical activity or fresh air will sober you up. Fact: Cold showers and coffee will only produce a clean, wide-awake drunk. Only your liver can detoxify alcohol and only time can sober you up. Myth: A shot of brandy or whiskey will warm you up. Fact: In moderate amounts, alcohol dilates the blood vessels close to the skin, giving a deceptive glow of warmth. In fact, the dilated blood vessels reduce your bodys ability to guard against heat loss.

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C6 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOTHEATERJuen & Jasons Guide to Divorce By The Naples Players through Nov. 18 at Sugden Community Theater. 2637990 or www.naplesplayers.org. An Iliad By Gulfshore Playhouse through Nov. 4 at The Norris Center. 755 Eighth Ave. S. 866-811-4111 or www. gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Rehearsal for Murder By The Marco Players through Nov. 11, at The Marco Players Theater. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www.themarcoplayers.org.Peter & The Starcatcher By The Naples Players through Oct. 28 at Sugden Community Theater. 263-7990 or www.naplesplayers.org. Hand To God By The Laboratory Theater of Florida through Nov. 4. 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers. 218-0481 or www.laboratorytheaterflorida.com.Steel Magnolias By Florida Repertory Theatre through Nov. 7. $49 and 2268 Bay St., Fort Myers. 332-4488 or www.FloridaRep.org.42nd Street By Broadway Palm Theatre through Nov. 17. 1380 Colonial Blvd. 278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com. The Wizard of Oz By Island Theater Company Nov. 16-18 at Marco Lutheran Church. 525 N. Collier Blvd. 394-0800 or www.theateronmarco.com. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum By Gulfshore Playhouse Nov. 17-Dec. 30 at The Norris Center. 755 Eighth Ave. S. 866-811-4111 or www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Four One-Act Comedies By The Marco Island Players Nov. 28-Dec. 16, at The Marco Players Theater, featuring Cindy & Julie, Clark & Bruce, Loneliness, Pain & Rejection, and The Big Snooze. 1089 N. Collier Blvd. 642-7270 or www.themarcoplayers.org.THURSDAY10.25Book Sale Naples Regional Library hosts its semi-annual book sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 650 Central Ave. 252-5123 or www.collierlibrary.org. Pups in the Garden Put your favorite pooch in the car (dont forget the leash) and head to Naples Botanical Garden for canine-friendly hours from 3-5 p.m. (also 9-11:30 a.m. Sunday and 8-11 a.m. Tuesday). Free for garden members and their dogs; regular admission for humans plus $9.95 for their dogs. www.naplesgarden.org. The Elders Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a boardwalk tour of its stand of old-growth bald cypress from 9 a.m. to noon today. $10-$25. 348-9151 or corkscrew.audubon.org. Secret Secrets FGCUs Renaissance Academy hosts a presentation titled Churchills Secret Army from 10-11:30 a.m. at the universitys Naples campus. $20 for members, $25 for others. 1010 Fifth Ave. S. 434-4737 or www.fgcu.edu. Stories of the Masters Storytellers Creative Arts hosts a symposium on the life works of master artists and musicians from 5-6:30 p.m. at Moorings Park. Free, but registration required. 120 Moorings Park Drive. www.storytellerscreativearts.com. Cinephilia The Naples International Film Festival kicks off with an opening night party and film, The Drummer and The Keeper at 6 p.m. at ArtisNaples. Guests will enjoy cocktails and horsdoeuvres, screening of the events opening night film and a Q&A with the filmmakers. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples.org.FRIDAY10.26Fresh & Local Golden Gate Community Center hosts a farmers market from 2-7 p.m. each Friday. 206-4339 or www.colliergov.net.Tile Time Naples Italian American Foundation hosts a mah jongg tournament today through Sunday, Oct. 28, at the organizations headquarter. Call for more information. 7035 Airport Road N. 597-5210 or www.niafoundation.org. Crabby Patties Celebrate the opening of stone crab season with the annual Stone Crab Festival, which provides music, art, family activities, sightseeing cruises, jet boat thrill rides and lots of claws today through Sunday, Oct. 28, at Old Naples Waterfront. www. stonecrabfestival.com.Classic Film FGCUs Renaissance Academy screens Dial M For Murder at 2 p.m. at the universitys Naples campus. $6 for members, $8 for others. 1010 Fifth Ave. S. 434-4737 or www.fgcu.edu. Fall in the Garden Naples Botanical Garden hosts a fall walk with lights, live entertainment, pumpkin patch and more from 6-9 p.m. today through Sunday, Oct. 28. $5-$10 for members, $10-$20 for others. 643-4737 or www.naplesgarden. org. Give Yourself Over Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs hosts an outdoor screening of the camp classic, Rocky Horror Picture Show, where guests are encouraged to indulge in costumes and audience participation at 7:30 p.m. $15. 26100 Old 41 Road. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org.Master Class Dweezil Zappa leads a guitar class at 7 p.m. prior to his 8 p.m. show at Southwest Florida Event Center. $50-$80. 11515 Bonita Beach Road. 245-9910 or www.swfleventcenter.com. SATURDAY10.27To Market, To Market Stock up on fresh produce and locally made goodies at the Third Street South farmers market from 7:30-11:30 a.m. 434-6533 or www.thirdstreetsouth.com.Sail Away Naples Model Yacht Club hosts radio-control model sailboat racing at 9:30 a.m. each Saturday behind Dicks Sporting Goods. 5955 Na ples Blvd. www.naplesmyc.org.All Aboard Volunteer docents from the Naples Train Museum are on hand at the Naples Depot Museum from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today to help visitors of all ages enjoy the outdoor and indoor trains. Corner of 10th St. S. and Fifth Ave. S. www.naplestrainmuseum.org. Hoots & Hisses The Conservancy of Southwest Florida hosts a day of animal shows, spooky trails walks, face painting, live music and more from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Free with admission. 1495 Smith Preserve Way. 262-0304 or www.conservancy.org.Author Signing Barnes & Noble hosts local authors for book signing opportunities at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 598-5200 or www.bn.com. Met Live Silverspot hosts a live viewing of the Metropolitan Operas production of Puccinis La Fiancula Del West at 12:55 p.m. 592-0300 or www. silverspot.net. Meet the Artist Collier Museums hosts a meet-and-greet with photographer Matt Stock, whose exhibition Abandoned Vehicles of The Everglades is on display through Nov. 2, from 1-3 p.m. at Museum of the Everglades. Free. 105 Broadway Ave. W. 695-0008 or www. colliermuseums.com. Swampy Trails Clyde Butchers Big Cypress Gallery hosts swamp walks through Big Cypress National Preserve from 9 a.m. to noon and noon to 3 p.m. today and Sunday, Oct. 28. $50. 52388 Tamiami Trail E., Ochopee. 305-6654769 or www.clydebutcher.com. Hamburger in Paradise The 2018 Paradise Coast Wine & Food Experience returns with samples from Naples best restaurants, chef demonstrations, the Martha Stewart Experience to showcase the domestic mavens latest lifestyle collections and gear, and much more from 1-4 p.m. at Cambier Park. 213-3049 or www.wineandfood.naplesnews.com. Trunk-or-Treat Koreshan State Historic Site hosts its fifth annual Family Halloween Festival with a trunk-ortreat, family activities and live music from 4-7 p.m. Free with park entry fee. 3800 Corkscrew Blvd. 992-0311 or www. floridastateparks.org. One Headlight Two-time Grammywinners The Wallflowers perform at 7 p.m. at Southwest Florida Event Center. $46-$79. 11515 Bonita Beach Road. 2459910 or www.swfleventcenter.com.Funny Lady Comedian Ms. Pat performs at Off The Hook Comedy Club tonight and Sunday, Oct. 28. 2500 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 389-6901 or www.offthehookcomedy.com. SUNDAY10.28Fresh Produce Take your grocery list to the Naples Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner Pine Ridge and Livingston roads.An Evening to Forget Comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short team up for a variety act titled An Evening Youll Forget For The Rest Of Your Life at 7 p.m. at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples.org. TUESDAY10.30Armchair Travel Naples Regional Library hosts a presentation on little known attractions in Hong Kong from 3-4:40 p.m. 650 Central Ave. 252-5123 or www.collierlibrary.org. Imperial March ArtisNaples screens the original Star Wars film with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra performing composer John Williams timeless score in time to the movie at 7 p.m. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples.org. Trick-or-Treat Mercato hosts a Halloween extravaganza with store-tostore trick-or-treating, a pumpkin patch, a deejay, face painting, stilt walkers and more from 6-8 p.m. 254-1080 or www. mercatoshops.com. WEDNESDAY10.31Jazz Concert Vibraphonist Joe Locke performs with the Naples Philharmonic Jazz Orchestra at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples.org. In Gulfshore Playhouses one-man show, An Iliad, Jeffrey Binder single-handedly revamps Homers epic poem of a man who grapples with the horrors and heroism of war. It runs through Tuesday, Nov. 4, at The Norris Center. www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Worth the drive: Statewide hot tickets>> HANSON Oct. 25, The Fillmore, Miami Beach. www. llmoremb.com >> MICHAEL FRANTI & SPEARHEAD Oct. 25, Jannus Live, St. Petersburg. www. jannuslive.com >> HANSON Oct. 26, Mahaffey Theater, St. Petersburg. www.themahaffey.com >> TYLER FARR Oct. 26, The Dallas Bull, Tampa. www.thedallasbull.com >> JERRY SEINFELD Oct. 26, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach. www.kraviscenter.com >> LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM Oct. 26, Capitol Theatre, Clearwater. www.rutheckerdhall.com/capitol-theatre >> AARON LEWIS Oct. 26, House of Blues, Orlando. www.houseofblues.com/ orlando >> IGGY AZALEA Oct. 27, Hard Rock Live at The Seminole Hard Hotel & Casino, Hollywood. www.seminolehardrockhollywood. com >> ALICE IN CHAINS Oct. 27-28, Hard Rock Live, Orlando. www.hardrock.com >> MARILYN MANSON Oct. 30, Hard Rock Live at The Seminole Hard Hotel & Casino, Hollywood. www.seminolehardrockhollywood.com Compiled by Janis Fontaine

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C7 The Wallflowers perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Southwest Florida Event Center. $46-$79. 11515 Bonita Beach Road SE, Bonita Springs. swfleventcenter.com# ROCK IT10.27 The The TOTO tour: 40 Trips Around the Sun TOTO tour: 40 Trips Around the Sun comes to the comes to the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at 8 p.m. Oct. 26. $39.50Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at 8 p.m. Oct. 26. $39.50$99.50. $99.50. bbmannpah.com bbmannpah.com SYDKAT COURTESY PHOTO # SC REEN I T Ce nt e r s f o r t he A rt s Bo n i t a S prin g s hosts an out d oor screen i n g o f the cam p classic, R oc ky H orror Picture S how at 7:30 p .m. F r id a y Oct. 26. $ 15. 26100 O ld 41 Road. a rt ce nt e r bo n i t a. org Beloved comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short present a banjopicking variety show with the Steep Canyon Rangers at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at ArtisNaples. artisnaples. org10.28 Collier Museums Collier Museums hosts a meet-and-greet hosts a meet-and-greet with photographer Matt with photographer Matt Stock, whose exhibition Stock, whose exhibition Abandoned Vehicles Abandoned Vehicles of The Everglades of The Everglades is is on display at Museum of on display at Museum of the Everglades from 1-3 the Everglades from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. colliermuseum.com colliermuseum.com Rapper Iggy Azalea plays Seminole Hard Rock on Saturday, Oct. 27. iggyazalea.comSpooky Fifth Avenue Association hosts its annual Halloween gathering, Spooktacular, with live music, dancing, trick-or-treating, costume contests and more from 4-7 p.m. 692-8436 or www. fifthavenuesouth.com. Mall-O-Ween Miromar Outlets hosts trick-or-treating, costume contests and more from 6-8 p.m. 948-3766 or www.miromaroutlets.com. Haunted Happenings Florida Southwestern State College hosts costume contests, games, crafts, face painting and more from 6-9 p.m. 7505 Grand Lely Drive, Building N. 732-3706 or www.fsw.edu. COMING UPLunch & Learn Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary invites guests to bring a sack lunch and hear a presentation about anhingas with biologist Jerry Jackson noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1. Free with admission. 375 Sanctuary Road. 348-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org.Free Concert Mudbone performs from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, on the lawn at Mercato. 254-1080 or www.mercatoshops.com. Whatcha Make It Country singer Jake Owen performs with David Lee Murphy and Morgan Wallen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at Hertz Arena. $25$70. 9487825 or www.Hertzarena.com. Movies That Matter The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida screens Freedom to Marry at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at Temple Shalom. Free, but offerings appreciated. Reservations required. 4630 Pine Ridge Road. 263-9200 or www.holocaustmuseumswfl.org. Art Wear Naples Art Association hosts its second annual runway show and reception featuring wearable works of art, Scene to Be Seen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, followed by an afterparty at 8:30 p.m. $100-$200. 262-6517 or www.naplesart.org. Wind Concert FGCUs Wind Orchestra performs at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples.org. Day of the Dead Agave celebrates Dia de los Muertos with costume contests, live music and the chance to win a tequila gift basket from 4-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2. 2380 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 598-3472 or www.agavenaples.com. Shoppers Naples Womans Club hosts its annual holiday artisan show and boutique where guests can buy art, jewelry, accessories and more from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2-3, at the organizations headquarters. 570 Park Street. 262-6331 or www.gfwcnapleswomansclub.org. For the Cats Naples Zoo hosts its Florida Panther Festival with family activities, lectures, exhibits and the chance to see the zoos resident Florida panther, Athena, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3. Free with admission. 262-5409 or www.napleszoo.com. Om in the swamp Spiritual guide Bethanny Gonzalez hosts an outdoor meditation session at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuarys natural amphitheater. $20. 349-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Art Show Naples Art Association hosts a fine art show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at Cambier Park. 262-6517 or www.naplesart.org. WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO

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C8 WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WHAT TO DOCruisin Miromar Outlets hosts a car show featuring antique, custom and exotic autos from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3. 948-3766 or www.miromaroutlets.com. Free Concert Gulf Coast Big Band performs from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at Cambier Park. Free. 631-487-9025 or www.gulfcoastbigband.com. Musical Moments Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs hosts a performance by musicians from local colleges and universities from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4. $25. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org. Listen & Observe The public is invited to observe a master class conducted by baritone Sherrill Milnes as he instructs young singers in Opera Naples Academy at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5, at Wang Opera Center. Free. 2048 Linwood Ave. 963-9050 or www.operanaples.org. Early Birds Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a birding walk from 8-11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6. $10-$25. 348-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Score It Up Naples Philharmonic Pops performs works from popular movies Tuesday through Saturday, Nov. 6-10, at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or www. artisnaples.org. Swamp Thing Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park hosts a naturalistled tram tour and swamp walk from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, with additional opportunities on select dates through spring. 137 Coastline Drive, Copeland. 695-4593 or www.floridastateparks.org. Dinner with the Artists Naples Art Association hosts an evening of culinary and visual artistry as Chef Greg Shapiro of Tastebuds Catering and artist Gilberto Sanchez demonstrate their skills and feed guests from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the organizations headquarters. $250. 585 Park St. 262-6517 or www.naplesart.org. Opera Night Singers from Opera Naples 10-day intensive program perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Wang Opera Center. $20-$59. 2408 Linwood Ave. 963-9050 or www.operanaples.org. Ghostrider Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park hosts a tram tour from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, with additional opportunities on select Thursdays through the end of year. $25. 137, Coastline Drive, Copeland. 695-4593 or www.floridastateparks.org. Latin Jazz Trumpeter and saxophonist Fernando Ferrarone performs from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, at Marco Island Center for the Arts. $25$30. 1010 Winterberry Drive. 394-4221 or www.marcoislandart.org. Founding Father First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs hosts An Evening with George Washington, where guests can enjoy an appearance by a professional reenactor and educational activities that explore the life of the Unites States first president at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs. Free. 9751 Bonita Beach Road. 992-3233 or www.fpcbonita.org. Piano Concert Pianist Gena Bedrosian performs works by Russian composers from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at Moorings Presbyterian Church. Free. 791 Harbour Dr. 261-1487. Funny Shorts Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs present five short, comedic plays at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9. $20. 10150 Bontia Beach Road. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org. Bazaar Naples United Church of Christ hosts a holiday bazaar with handmade goods, snacks, raffles and more from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. 5200 Crayton Road. 261-5469 or www. naplesucc.org. Art Show Members of Naples Artcrafters host an arts and crafts show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at Cambier Park. www.naplesartcrafters.com. Fall Fest St. Elizabeth Seton hosts a fall festival with a display of custom and antique vehicles from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. 2730 53rd Terrace SW. 440-488-9012 or knightsofcolumbus4357@gmail.com.Fall Festival Longshore Lake hosts arts & craft vendors, a car show and parade, bake sale, boat rides and more from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. 11399 Phoenix Way. marykay@mkemedia.com. Book Fair Friends of the Library of Collier County hosts a book fair featuring works by local authors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, with a panel featuring nationally recognized local writers Ben Bova and Nathan Hill, at 2 p.m., at South Regional Library. 8065 Lely Cultural Blvd. 262-8135 or www. collier-friends.org.Met Live Silverspot hosts a live viewing of the Metropolitan Operas production of Marnie at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. 592-0300 or www. silverspot.net. Jazz Concert U.S. Navy Band Commodores jazz ensemble performs at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at Cambier Park. Free. www.navyband.navy.mil. Vocal Concert Gulfshore Tenors perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org.Open Season Naples Italian American Foundation celebrates the return of snowbirds with a dinner dance from 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11. $40 for members, $50 for others. 7035 Airport-Pulling Road. 597-5210 or www.niafoundation.org. In Their Honor Marco Island pays honor to veterans with speakers, proclamations, a POW-MIA ceremony, musical performers and more, with special tributes to women in the military at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Veterans Community Park. www.cityofmarcoisland. com.Always on My Mind Willie Nelson and the Family perform with special guests Los Lonely Boys at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Hertz Arena. $40$90. 9487825 or www.Hertzarena.com. Du Wop The Drifters, The Platters and Cornell Gunters Coasters perform at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Artis Naples. 597-1900 or www.artisnaples. org. Movies That Matter The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida screens John Lewis: Get In The Way at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Moorings Parks Sheffield Theater. Free, but offerings appreciated. Reservations required. 120 Moorings Park Drive. 263-9200 or www.holocaustmuseumswfl.org. Sip, Shop & Spa The Spa at Naples Beach Hotel & Golf club hosts discounted spa treatments and retail purchases with complimentary cupcakes and champagne from 3-7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Nov. 15-16. Registration required. 659-4304 or www.naplesbeachhotel.com.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 C9 585 Park Street, Naples 34102 239.262.6517 | NaplesArt.org LOCATED JUST NORTH OF VANDERBILT BEACH ROAD ON U.S. 41 OCTOBER Chills & thrillsTrick-or-Treat & Halloween ExtravaganzaTuesday, October 30 | 6-8p Look for the Jack OLantern on the door of over 20 participating merchants. Spooktacular Halloween Treats for Kids at Sur La TableOctober 27 & 28 | 1p Call 239.598.3586 to reserve a seat.Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Pumpkins!All sizes and varieties, including Ghost, now available at Whole Foods Market.Halloween Bash at the PubSaturday, October 27 | 9:30p-2a DJ Hill with costume contest at 9:30. No cover.Cavo CarnEvilOctober 27 & 31 | 8p-2a VIP reservations highly recommended. Call 239.292.7636Super Hero Halloween at Blue MartiniOctober 27 & 31 | 9p-2aCostume contest. Live entertainment. Fearsome Flicks at Silverspot CinemaHalloween (2018) ~ 10/25 The Shining ~ 10/28 & 10/31 Naples International Film Festival October 26-28 For details and tickets visit www.ArtisNaples.org WHERE TO GOThe Elders Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a boardwalk tour of its stand of old-growth bald cypress from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Nov. 15. $10-$25 3489151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Hearts for the Arts Storytellers Creative Arts hosts Kaleidoscope of the Arts, an evening of food and entertainment, including performances by artists and performers like jazz musician Dan Miller, Paul Joachim (The Chocolate Genius), best-selling author Robert Petterson, muralist Mark Zotter and more from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at The Hilton Naples. $175, includes fourcourse dinner to benefit local organizations efforts to combat addiction and support at-risk or disabled community members. www.storytellerscreativearts. org or info@storytellerscreativearts.org. Art Auction Saint Ann Latino Contemporary Art Auction offers the opportunity to meet prominent Latino artists and participate in a silent auction of their work from at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at ArtisNaples. $250 per person. www. salcaa.org. Swamp After Hours Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts live music, walks, displays and more featuring bugs and animals of the swamp from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. 375 Sanctuary Road. 3489151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Opera Night Mezzo soprano Maria Jose Montiel performs French, Spanish and Brazilian songs alongside operatic arias at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at Wang Opera Center. $35-$95. 2408 Linwood Ave. 963-9050 or www.operanaples.org. Tile Time Naples Italian American Foundation hosts a mah jongg tournament Friday, Nov. 16, at the organizations headquarter. Call for more information. 7035 Airport Road N. 597-5210 or www.niafoundation.org. Italian Culture The Italian Cultural Society hosts a luncheon and presentation titled Transforming Turin: The House of Savoy at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at Hilton Naples. $45. 434-4423 or www.italianculturalsociety.org. Swamp Walk Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary hosts a 1.5-mile swamp walk for beginners, which includes stretches of boardwalk and submerged terrain, from 9:30-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. $60-$85. 348-9151 or www.corkscrew.audubon.org. Potter Party Barnes & Noble hosts Harry Potter themed activities, games, cosplay and more at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. 598-5200 or www.bn.com.Local Lore Collier Museums hosts local artists, authors, storytellers and long-time residents as they share unknown, overlooked or forgotten tales from the Paradise Coast from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 17-18, at the museums government center location. Free. 3331 Tamiami Trail E. 2528476 or www.colliermuseums.com. Email calendar listings and high-resolution 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.

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C10 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY ARTS COMMENTARYWar: What is it good for? An Iliad retold at Gulfshore Playhouse Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George SantayanaThis is the one theyre all going to be talking about. Its a knockout play, one that socks you right in the gut. It is so singular, so striking, itll surely wind up on many Best Of lists at the end of season. An Iliad is a modern retelling of that most ancient of tales: Homers story of vain, grasping humans and capricious, meddling Greek gods. Written by Lisa Peterson and Denis OHare, its based on Robert Fagles translation of The Iliad. If the subject matter makes you think, Ho hum, or fear itll be too much like a dry lecture by an uninspired professor, youre underestimating a couple things: the power of story and the magic of theater. Youre also not taking into account the considerable acting skill of Jeffrey Binder, Gulfshore Playhouse associate artistic director, who gives a tour de force performance in the one-man show. He plays the Poet, a character who, like the Ancient Mariner, seems destined to travel about and tell stories of ancient battles until, finally, we learn from our mistakes and stop fighting wars. Dressed casually in a long brown duster, button-down sweater vest and jeans (costume design by Jennifer Bronsted), he steps onstage through a pair of double wooden doors that seem to be an entryway into a castle or rampart. David L. Arsenaults set also appears to be a type of amphitheater, with multiple levels of stone, some with moss growing on them. Its impressive, but I do wonder what this play would have been like on a bare or almost-bare stage (which is how some other venues have staged it). Though just one person, Mr. Binder fills the stage with various characters soldiers, parents, wives, babies, gods flowing back and forth between narrating and acting the story of the Trojan War. He initially beseeches the muses to help him tell this tale once again. You get the impression that each time, it takes a little more out of him, because we dumb humans never seem to learn. Were still as addicted to war as ever. Every time I sing a song, I hope its the last time, he says. But it isnt. He explains that war is entertainment for the gods. Early on, he talks about the hundreds of boats in the harbor, filled with young men. He names the boats and where theyre from and then, taking into account his audience, translates it into terms well understand, listing, instead of ancient Greek cities and towns, places in the U.S., from Boise, Idaho, to Springfield, Ill. Its a clever device that helps us relate to those fighting, that helps us identify with them, because we know these hometowns. In another section as he describes a corpse-filled battlefield, he gives a little oneor two-line description of the deceaseds life, so hes not just a dead body, but a person who had a name, family, interests, a life. Were forced to see the deceased as individuals rather than just the dead. The Poet narrates the Trojan War the way bards did for centuries, telling the tale and speaking directly to our hearts. The story centers on Hector and Achilles, and at times its so bloody that its like hearing an episode of Game of Thrones described in horrifying detail. Director Kristen Coury allows the telling to flow naturally, with peaks and valleys, suspense, and yes, even humor. Modern references to supermarkets, to road rage, to photographs, dont seem jarring at all; theyre just things we know in our own lives that help us relate even more to what were hearing. Its a remarkable feat that The Iliad even if this is just a section of it could be transformed into a 100-minute, one-man play. Mr. Binder draws us in with his storytelling, making it seem extemporaneous, as if hes just talking with us one-on-one. An Iliad is not only about war, but about theater, about stories and telling our stories to each other. By the time the Poet starts listing every single war we humans have ever been engaged in, I had tears running down my face, as the list went on and on and on. The gods have made a mess of things, he says. But we have, too. An Iliad is such a masterful, compelling piece of theater you should be sure to catch Gulfshore Playhouses epic and contemporary production while you can. nancySTETSONnstetson@floridaweekly.com COURTESY PHOTOSJeffrey Binder stars in An Iliad. An Iliad>> Who: Gulfshore Playhouse >> When: Through Nov. 4 >> Where: The Norris Center, Naples >> Cost: $60-$65 >> Info: 866-811-4111 or www.gulfshoreplayhouse.org

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 C11 1380 Colonial Boulevard, Ft. Myers 239.278.4422 BroadwayPalm.com NOW NOV 10An evening of sidesplitting confusion ensues when mistresses, secret lovers and mistaken identities collide in this hilarious farce! IN THE OFF BROADWAY PALM CHILDRENS THEATRE Selected Matinees NOW NOV 16 NOW NOV 17 $19 $19LUNCH & SHOW! Kid Costume Contest sponsored by Nicklaus Childrens Foundation Pet Costume Contest presented by Humane Society Naples Live Performances Along Avenue F eaturing The Woodwork Gianna Minichiello Jay Stollman & Renan Nerone Steve Hill DJ Messina The Bumbles North Naples Church Worship TeamKurnik Law C3 Gardens Gator Golf Cars Naples Daily News Nicklaus Childrens Foundation DeVoe Automotive Group Renda Broadcasting Bob FM 102.9 98.9 WGUF Mix 104.7 Gator Country 101.9 Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate Wy nns Market & Sunshine Ace Hardware FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH .COM Food & Candy Stations Pie Eating Contest presented by Caffe Milano Mad Scientist Slime & Hovercraft Station Kilwins Ice Cream Truck Wynns Market Candy Station Cotton Candy presented by Vergina JC Salons Princess Station Rotary of Naples Pumpkin Patch Kiwanis Kid Zone Scouts of Collier County Swamp Buggy Display Naples Players KidZone in Sugden Plaza featuring Peter & the Star Catcher Castmates Face Painting Dancing Demonstrations October 31, 2018 4:30pm to 7:30pm PUZZLE ANSWERS

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C12 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY 11/17/18 4/21/19 Free with paid Zoo admission. p Traveling Art Exhibit at Naples Zoo years as a garden years as a garden years as a zoo years as a zoo NAPLESZOO.ORG CLOSER TO ANIMALS. CLOSER TO NATURE. CLOSER TO FAMILY.Featuring eleven larger-thanlife marine animal sculptures crafted entirely of plastics found along beaches.BRINGING GENERATIONS CLOSER. BRINGING GENERATIONS CLOSER. PUZZLESTD CONVERSION HOROSCOPESSCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A more-positive mood might be difficult to assume in light of a recent problem involving the health of someone special. But by weeks end, your emotional barometer should start to rise. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Look for a changed attitude from a former adversary once he or she realizes you have your colleagues full support. Now you can refocus your energies on that workplace project. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) This time, a difference of opinion might not be resolved in your favor. But be patient. It could all ultimately work out to your advantage, as new information begins to develop. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A tug of war develops between the artistic Aquarians creative aspect and his or her practical side. Best advice: Prioritize your schedule so you can give appropriate time to both. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You could be entering a career phase awash with job-related demands. But avoid being swamped by the overflow and, instead, keep treading water as you deal with demands one by one. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You enjoy the attention early in the week, but it might be a good idea to opt for some privacy by weeks end so that you can have more time to consider an upcoming decision. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You unearth some surprising facts. Now you need to consider how to use them to your advantage. Meanwhile, it might be best to keep what youve learned secret for now. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A comment by a colleague piques your curiosity to know more. Best advice: Youll find people more likely to offer information if youre discreet when making your inquiries. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your energy levels begin to rise by midweek. This allows you to catch up with your heavy workload and still have plenty of get-up-and-go to go out on the town this weekend. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Youre probably roaring your head off about a perceived slight from a longtime critic. Ignore it. That person might just be trying to goad you into doing something you might later regret. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) The early part of the week is open to spontaneity. Then its time to settle into your usual routine to get all your tasks done. A personal situation could require more attention from you. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A meeting of the minds on a workplace project might well develop into something more personal for Librans looking for romance. Aspects also are favorable for platonic relationships. BORN THIS WEEK: You are an exceptionally loyal person, and youre respected for your ability to keep the secrets entrusted to you. SEE ANSWERS, C11 SEE ANSWERS, C11 By Linda Thistle SUDOKUDifficulty level: 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.

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C14 WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Where Boats Go To "Tighten-Up We look forward to meeting you and getting to work on your precious gem Naplesboatyard.com Celebrate Thanksgiving Aboard the... RELAX this Thanksgiving! Treat you and your family to a cruise and delicious Thanksgiving dinner on the water. Cruise Naples Bay catching the beautiful homes of Port Royal while enjoying a tradit ional Thanksgiving Dinner. 550 Port O Call Way Naples, Florida 34102 www. NaplesPrincessCruises .com tax, port and service charge not included ursday, November 22, 20183 day cancellation policy. No coupons or discount apply. (Packages available for groups from 2 to 149)550 Port-O-Call Way Naples, Florida 34102Visit NaplesPrincessCruises.comto view our weekly schedule, specialty cruises, private events and more! Book Your Date Today! Call 239.649.2275 Holiday Lunch$44.00 pp* 2-hour cruise with holiday background music Holiday Hors d'oeuvres$48.00 pp* 2.5-hour dinner cruise with live entertainment Holiday Dinner$52.00-$65.00 pp* Book Your Holiday Party Today! Make Any Event Unforgettable! Newly Renovated! SAVE THE DATE The Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida will host the tenth annual Fill Your Plate fundraiser at the Villa at Terracina Grand from 4:306:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25. The taxdeductible $15 ticket includes dinner, beer, wine and soda. Its an opportunity to meet health care professionals, network and raise funds to support the programs of the Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida. To reserve a ticket, call 417-3465. Veterans are invited to the semiannual Freedom Waters Foundation Veterans Meet and Greet for a free cruise on the Naples Princess from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Boarding begins at 9:30 a.m. at the dock, 550 Port O Call Way. Light refreshments will be served. Each veteran may bring one guest. Because space is limited, reservations are required by contacting Elisabeth Devik at edevik@freedomwatersfoundation. org or 263-2377. The event is sponsored by Naples Princess. The Collier County Public Library and Friends of the Library of Collier County are hosting a family day of fun with 48 local authors on Nov. 10. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet, talk and purchase the books of these authors. The Local Author Book Fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the South Regional Library, 8065 Lely Cultural Parkway. Ben Bova and Nathan Hill, two nationally well-known authors from Collier County, are panelists at a 2 p.m. panel discussion. Naples-based WellFit Girls will host its annual inspired speaker series event from 6-9 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12, at Venue Naples. This years speaker is Becca Pizzi, a World Marathon Challenge Champion. She ran seven marathons on all seven of the worlds continents in seven days. The event will include a formal dinner and silent auction items. Visit www.wellfitgirls.org for more information or to purchase tickets. Storytellers Creative Arts Inc. asks all those with a heart for the arts and for those suffering from addiction, for the young, and for local underserved local communities to an art-filled, colorful evening celebrating the healing power of the arts. The Kaleidoscope of the Arts will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Naples Hilton, 5111 Tamiami Trail North, on Thursday, Nov. 15. Tickets are $175 per person. The event will feature a fourcourse dinner, silent and live auction items and a variety of entertainment. For more information, to purchase tickets, or become a sponsor (tickets included), go to www.storytellerscreativearts.org, email bill.barnett@storytellerscreativearts.org or call 591-6649. The Saint Ann Latino Contemporary Art Auction committee (www.SALCAA.org) has chosen 14 participating artists for this years event that is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Artis-Naples, 5833 Pelican Bay Blvd., on Friday, Nov. 16. SALCAA will give attendees the opportunity to meet prominent local and international Latino artists, bid on their artwork during the silent auction and enjoy hors doeuvres and live entertainment, all while raising funds to perpetuate the Saint Ann Latino Scholarship Fund.

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Golfers are also invited to the pro-am pairings party on Sunday evening, Nov. 11, at The Old Collier Golf Club and the Charity Classic Celebration gala on Friday night, Nov. 9, at The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort. For information about registration and sponsorship opportunities, visit www. immokaleefoundation.org. Naples Pathways Coalition carries on its Sunday-after-Thanksgiving tradition with the Florida Community Bank Iron Joe Turkey Ride on Nov. 25. Cyclists can choose from 5-, 20-, 40or 62-mile fully supported rides and enjoy a hearty lunch afterward at Fit & Fuel Bicycle Caf provided by Food & Thought. Free beer and live music will be part of the fun. Ride activities start and finish at Fit & Fuel on Vanderbilt Beach Road. The 40-mile ride is new this year, and the family-friendly 50-mile route will also include a scavenger hunt. Kids ages 5 and younger can do the 5-miler for free with a paid adult. Register early for the lowest price at www.registerironjoe.com. Packet pickup will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, at Fit & Fuel. The first 300 participants will receive a free gift. Proceeds will benefit Naples Pathways Coalition and its efforts to create safe, bikeable and walkable communities throughout the greater Naples area. Numerous volunteer opportunities are available on race day and the day before. For information, email michelle@naplespathways.org. The Rookery Bay Adventure Race and Fun Run takes place Saturday, Dec. 1. Adults, kids, individuals and teams can sign up for a 3K kayak or SUP race along Henderson Creek, a 5K trail run and a 1/3-mile trail run for ages 10 and younger. It all happens at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center, 300 Tower Road. Early bird registration rates apply until Nov. 2 at www.rookerybay.org. GET OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE Be bigger than the president get out and voteRecently overheard at a cocktail party: I mean, seriously, does anyone REALLY care who Taylor Swift votes for?! Cue the gales of laughter. In an Instagram post a few weeks ago, the 28-year-old pop star from Tennessee endorsed two Democratic candidates from her home state as the vital midterm elections on Nov. 6 get closer. She prefaced her stance by writing, In the past, Ive been reluctant to publicly voice my political opinions, but due to several events in my life and in the world in the last two years, I feel very differently about that now.Taylor Swift has 112 million followers on Instagram and we can safely assume that most of them are under the age of 30. Since her post, two things happened. According to a spokesperson for www. vote.org, there was a spike in voter registrations 240,000 new registrants in a 48-hour period (nearly half of them between the ages of 18-29). The other thing was that Donald Trump tweeted something petulant and snarky about liking her music less since her post (because his maturity level is that of a tadpole).Taylor Swift for president? Im not sure about that, but I can attest to the fact that the folks laughing at her at the cocktail party I attended were a.) old enough to be her grandparents, and b.) likely dont have Instagram accounts. I dont care if its Taylor Swift, rapper T.I., or Snooki from MTV theyre all encouraging young people to get out and vote this November and Im grateful. In many of the nations midterm races, the youth vote is what will tip the scales. Remember Parkland? While I realize it was an entire eight months ago, 17 people were killed, and 17 others were injured in a mass shooting barely two hours to our east. Parkland student activists like Emma Gonzalez, Cameron Kasky and others are still touring the country using their voices to get young people to the polls. But according to a recent article in the Sacramento Bee, there are a variety of reasons why its hard to get young people to the polls. Young people dont think their vote makes a difference. Many dont know where to register or where to cast their vote. Lack of confidence in politicians and a disconnect with the political process. The staleness of the two major political parties and the negativity of their message. And while I want to relate to these excuses so that I can help be part of the change I just cant. I felt so differently when I was younger. Ill never forget my first time voting in a presidential election. It was 1984 and I had just turned 20. I dressed up blue skirt, white top and high heels. I curl-ironed my hair and put on red lipstick. This was adulting at its best. I was about to go into that booth and make a difference I felt so important. I wasnt yet old enough to drink at a bar, but I was old enough to help decide the fate of our country. When my candidate, Walter Mondale, and his running mate (the first female vice-presidential candidate) Geraldine Ferrarro lost the election, I wasnt daunted. In fact, it fueled my passion for political involvement even more. I started researching, learning more about state and local elections, I volunteered when I could, I marched. Since 1984, Ive never missed voting in an election whether its for the president or the hospital board Im there and Im making sure my lipstick is on.Theres too much on the line this November for young people, especially the young people of Florida, to become disenchanted. Taylor Swift certainly isnt daunted after Donalds asinine tweet about her, she took to Instagram yet again to let her young followers know about early voting. It makes it so quick and easy to go and cast your vote before November 6 The post was accompanied by a snap of her red, white and blue patriotic pedicure and, as of this writing, was liked by 1,211,909 Instagrammers (including me). 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The Village on Venetian Bay Naples Take U.S. 41 to Park Shore Drive 239.2 63.4421 mwaterfrontgrille.comJoin Us for Happy Hour Every Day From 4-6 25% OFFLounge Menu 4-6pm50% OFFHouse Wines & Cocktails$2.00 OFFImported & Domestic Beers$3.00 OFFCall, Top Shelf & Premium Cocktails$4.00 OFFPremium WinesLive Jazz with Victor Wednesday Lounge Menu Available Every Day From 4close Sunday Brunch 10am 3pm Lunch Monday Saturday 11:30pm -3pm Dinne r Monday Saturday 5pm -10pm Dinner Sunday 5pm 9pm >> Tiffany Haddish, in addition to this and Night School, also stars in Tyler Perrys Nobodys Fool (in theaters Nov. 2).The premise is clever and ripe with possibilities, yet the whole thing lands with a thud. In movies we generally root for the characters who take action to improve themselves, save the day, etc. In The Oath the characters taking action are odious, each so shut off to the other side of the political aisle that he/she is incapable of acknowledging, let alone understanding, another point of view. So were left with only the reasonable peacemakers to root for; unfortunately, they are not engaging characters because they only react to what happens they dont initiate. When you can only like the bystanders, thats a problem. And theres more thats wrong here. Details teased in the beginning of a film often pay off in a more significant way later on. In this case, though, the minutiae is all for naught. Theres little reason, let alone rational thought, behind most of the characters actions. People are so insistently stubborn, insensitive and disrespectful that you end up disliking everyone. Then theres the ending. What was a satire becomes a kidnap/home invasion thriller, which couldnt feel more wrong. Its supposed to be a dystopian vision of what could happen in the future if we stay on our current track, but it plays angry, and forced, for utmost dramatic effect. The introduction of two government agents (John Cho and Billy Magnussen) in the last act completely derails the already fledgling premise, and the film goes quickly downhill from there. A good satire that appeals to all Americans could be made about our current sociopolitical state, and if/when it is, we can hope it will help bridge the partisan divide. The Oath, unfortunately, is not that movie. FILM CAPSULES BY DAN HUDAKFirst Man (Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy, Corey Stoll) Neil Armstrongs (Gosling) journey to the moon, beginning with his start at NASA in the early 1960s, is chronicled in director Damien Chazelles (La La Land) latest. Its a fascinating story and a good movie, but Armstrong is such a joyless bore that hes sometimes hard to root for. Rated PG-13.A Star Is Born (Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Sam Elliott) Burned out famous musician Jackson (Cooper) discovers a supreme talent in Ally (Gaga), who later becomes his wife. Gagas singing is expectedly impressive, and the love story has real emotional stakes. Its a good movie with multiple options that could contend for the Best Song Oscar. Rated R. Night School (Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Rob Riggle) High school dropout Teddy (Hart) encounters a tough teacher (Haddish) when he goes to night school to earn his G.E.D. There are some funny moments, but its only good for a lark nothing special here, which is fine because its not trying to be. Rated PG-13.Lizzie (Kristen Stewart, Chloe Sevigny, Jamey Sheridan) In 1892 Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden (Sevigny) falls for her familys maid (Stewart) while growing impatient with her oppressive father (Sheridan). Its a salacious story that plays as a timid character study, and as a result is dull. Rated R.A Simple Favor (Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively, Henry Golding) After her new best friend Emily (Lively) disappears, Stephanie (Kendrick) searches for her and is shocked at what she finds. Its an intriguing crime drama from start to finish, with game and ready performances from Kendrick and Lively. Rated R.The Little Stranger (Domhnall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson, Will Poulter) In the 1948 English countryside, strange things start to happen after a doctor (Gleeson) is called to a home in which his mother used to work as a maid. It has an appropriately creepy setting, yet it all strikes as hollow and unsatisfying, a failure of execution after the proper mood is established. Rated R.Papillon (Charlie Hunnam, Rami Malek, Eve Hewson) A man (Hunnam) imprisoned for a crime he didnt commit protects, and plans an escape with, a weakling counterfeiter (Malek). Poorly structured and lacking logic, its a remake of the 1973 classic that shouldnt have been remade. Rated R.

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C22 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYBY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ oridaweekly.com 13th annual Sanibel Island Writers Conference>> When: Nov. 8-11 >> Where: BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road, Sanibel Island >> Cost: $550 ($440 for BIG ARTS members, $300 for students with current ID) >> Information: 590-7421 or fgcu.edu/siwc >> Free to the public: The evening readings/ concerts/talks are free and open to the public. They run from 6:15-8 p.m. every night at the Schein Hall at BIG ARTS. Heres the schedule: Thursday, Nov. 8 Major Jackson, Steve Almond Concert: Alastair Moock Friday, Nov. 9 January ONeill, Stephanie Elizando Griest Main speaker: Joyce Maynard Saturday, Nov. 10 Jill Bialosky, John Dufresne Keynote speaker: Ann Hood In a world where almost anyone with an iPhone and laptop considers themselves a food writer, Michael Ruhlman is the real deal. The best-selling author of more than 20 books, most of them about food and cooking, hes also written cookbooks and co-written some with chefs. Some highlights: His first major book about cooking was The Making of a Chef, detailing how the Culinary Institute of America trains chefs. He followed that The Soul of a Chef then The Reach of a Chef. Hes been a judge on Next Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, has appeared on Cooking Under Fire on PBS and was a guest on two episodes of the Travel Channels Anthony Bourdains No Reservations. His most recent book, released this May, is Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America. And, incidentally, he married best-selling novelist/ memoirist Ann Hood this April. (Novelist Laura Lippman officiated.) Heres an edited version of a conversation with Florida Weekly. FW: I initially thought you were a good cook who also wrote well, but now I realize you started as a writer first, then became a good cook. Youve said that you got carried away by your obsession. MR: I had no intention of learning to cook or becoming a chef or being involved in food. But I was always interested in food and always cooked. I began writing and cooking at the same time, by fourth or fifth grade. I was 10, I believe. After Id written my first book, about same-sex education, I was casting around for another book. Everybody was becoming more and more interested in cooking and chefs. Id written a column about local chefs; they would know things you couldnt get in cookbooks. They all wanted to get into the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, so I thought: why dont I do a book on this? I talked my way into it. You couldnt know what it meant to become a cook. The changes are internal: how you relate to the world, how you handle challenges that you face, how you handle heat, how you just adopt a can-doanything-better-thananybody attitude. You have to, because the work was so hard. I realized I could do the work and write about it. Right at this time, the whole food boom happened. I was living in Cleveland, and went to a barbecue in rural Ohio, and walked out with plane tickets to The French Laundry to co-write Thomas Kellers cookbook. I just got lucky. I was broke, I was unknown, my Making of a Chef hadnt come out yet. It was a real gift of God. Id been working since fifth grade to become a writer. I knew how to write. I was prepared to take advantage of this opportunity. Its a good life lesson: You cant necessarily make opportunities, but you can be ready for them when they present themselves, as they surely will. FW: What are the necessary ingredients for good writing? MR: Reading. And reading. And writing. When youre writing: critically evaluating yourself and using your friends for help in evaluating yourself. I wrote letters to my writer friends. I must have written hundreds. We wrote to one another, and we wanted to impress one another. And we liked writing. I wrote to Blake Bailey hes Philip Roths biographer, highly regarded. We both taught ourselves to write by writing each other. FW: Letter-writing is such a lost art nowadays. MR: It neednt be. People should write emails just as carefully. FW: Are there ingredients that are particular and necessary for good food writing? MR: There are no ingredients to good food writing that dont apply to all non-fiction. Its a matter of the writer and consciousness and translating ones knowledge and love, and conveying it as immediately and directly to the reader as possible. FW: Youre teaching a two-day class in food writing at the Sanibel Island Writers Conference. Can you give us an overview of what youll be teaching? MR: Were going to be talking about good writing and using food to get at it. At my core, I believe exactly what MRK Fisher said: When I write of hunger, I am really writing about love and the hunger for it, and warmth and the love of it and it is all one. Were going to show how food connects us to the deeper meaning of life, which it surely does. FW: There seems to have been explosion of food writing. Even the food pages in newspapers and magazines are different. They used to be just recipes, or How to Host a Fun Fondue Party. But now they seem much more expansive, with interesting features. Just like the sports section isnt just about scores anymore, and who won. MR: Theyre less about food than whats underlying that food, the story behind that food, how that food got here and why, and what it means. Were also taking food more seriously. Weve trashed our food in this country and it makes us sick. And when something you need to survive starts making you sick, you start to get interested in it. The people, the struggle thats why boxing is so interesting, why tennis is so interesting. Its two people with their skill and knowledge and experience, performing at their peak. Its riveting, its not just stupid sports. FW: But it also seems that anyone who has an iPhone and a laptop can call himor herself a food writer, just put up pictures of what theyre eating and write about it. MR: People think: I eat, therefore I can write about food. We know thats not the case. When people say, I want to be a food writer, how do I become one? I tell them, become a writer first, and then train your focus on food. Its hard. Some people know what theyre talking about and others dont. You have to listen to their style and watch them for a while. Go to the people who write about food for the professional journals. Its hard. Thats why I go to reliable sites such as Serious Eats and Eater, places like that. FW: Youve written books about non-food subjects such as renovating a house, or boat builders. Do you deliberately do that to take a break from food writing? MR: For a long time Ive been distancing myself from being pigeonholed as a food writer. Thats what Im known for and where Ive had my best success. Its how I make my money and it seems to be what Im meant to do. I published fiction, a memoir, and will always do that. I hope to write more fiction. Food is so critical to our well-being, to our lives, that Im perfectly content to write about food. I hate writing recipes, and spend too much time doing it. Im working on a book now. I think itll be called How To Cook: How 10 Meals Can Teach You Everything You Need to Know. Theres a chapter on lasagna, one on how to roast a chicken, another on steak frites. FW: Your latest book, Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America, came out in May. Tell me about it. MR: Ive always been fascinated by grocery stores. And after my dad died, I went in search of a story. I figured out later, once I was into it, that he loved grocery stores so much, (that writing this book) was a way of connecting with him. I had the time and the inclination to explore what I think is a modern marvel. We get this extraordinary range of food, delicious and life-improving, and can get it every day of the year, 24 hours a day, an abundance of food unlike history has ever known. We take it for granted, and I wanted us to stop taking it for granted. I hung out in Heinens, a grocery store in Cleveland. The buildings a beautiful cathedral of food. Its a stunning grocery store, perhaps the most stunning in the world. I was embedded for about a year, maybe longer. They serve a wonderful lamb, so I went out to a big lamb farm in Idaho to look. Its grass-fed lamb. I went to the fish auctions in Hawaii, where theyll get Moonfish overnighted. What an extraordinary thing: this exotic Pacific fish the day before was in the water, and now Im buying it in Cleveland. We take it for granted, but were trashing it. We better pay attention, we better f***ing wake up. Everything I do is a call t o w ak e up, or I hope it is. We need to pay attention. Thats what I want people to do, pay attention. And for writers too: Be awake, keep your eyes open and watch the world, not the mirror. FW: I know you knew Anthony Bourdain, who we lost earlier this year. Youve been on his show. Would you care to say a few words about him? MR: Loyalty, intelligence and humor. The guy was the funniest person Ive ever met, naturally funny. He was one of the smartest and best-read people Ive ever met. Its rare that somebody turns their life around, from being a drug addict to an internationally beloved media star who brought us together through food and travel. I miss him terribly, and it still hurts. The world lost an important figure. He touched so many people. We wont see the likes of him again. Food, glorious food writing COURTESY PHOTOFood writer Michael Ruhlman.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C23 borhood that had a lot of kids, but not in my age group I would join in a game of tag, but I didnt have that core group of friends. Books were my best friend. I read everything I could get my hands on. I loved with equal passion a book like Anna Karenina and books like The Valley of the Dolls. I just loved books. In her freshman year in college, she read The Great Gatsby. And it changed her life. I could see the different metaphors, the themes, the characters. It opened my mind to literature. I still read popular books, but that book changed me profoundly. She longed to write books of her own. And in 1987, she published her first novel, Somewhere Off the Coast of Maine. Well over a dozen books later, she published The Book That Matters Most in 2016, a novel about a woman whose husband leaves her after 25 years of marriage. To deal with the loss and be part of a community, she joins her best friends book club. Each member has to suggest a book, to name the book that matters the most. It isnt your favorite book, because that would be too many. Its the book that matters the most. It may have been something they read after a loss and it changed them, or they were young and lost and it helped them find their way. The novel grapples with various kinds of loss, including the loss of a marriage, the death of a spouse, the loss of a cherished role in life, the loss of childhood and innocence. Ms. Hood visited 77 book clubs after the novel was released and at least half the participants brought in the book that mattered the most to them, she says. A year later, she published Morningstar: Growing Up with Books, in which she writes about 10 novels and how they affected her at key points in her life. (The books include Little Women, Marjorie Morningstar, The Bell Jar and The Grapes of Wrath.) And, shes just released a young adult novel, She Loves You (Yeah, Yeah, Yeah). Its about a girl in 1966 who wants to meet Paul McCartney. And who wouldnt want to meet Paul McCartney? Ms. Hood will be the keynote speaker at the 13th annual Sanibel Island Writers Conference. Shell speak at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 at Schein Hall at BIG ARTS on Sanibel Island. While those attending the conference must pay for the classes, workshops and panels, the evening events are free and open to the public. Evening speakers include Steve Almond (Candyfreak and Against Football), Joyce Maynard (The Best of Us, Labor Day, Under the Influence), Jill Bialosky (History of a Suicide, The Prize), John Dufresne (Flash! Writing the Very Short Story, Love Warps the Mind a Little, I Dont Like Where This is Going), poet Major Jackson and singer/songwriter Alastair Moock. (See www.fgcu.edu/siwc for more information on the conference, the evening events and presenters.) Ms. Hood will talk about Why Its Important to Write Stories. She notes that her husband, writer and chef Michael Ruhlman, says that, All species eat, all need to sleep, to have sex. But only humans tell stories. It separates us, its what makes us human, she says. We tell stories in order to understand the world in which we live, and to understand the human condition. Its one of the most important things we can do, I think. Writing is tied to a passion for reading. If you dont read, youre not going to be a writer. Its a fact. You have to learn how to tell stories. Some people, she says, think: Ill write a best-seller and be set for life. Theyre writing out of a desire for money and fame, not from a love of literature and language, she says. I dont understand it. Every serious writing student I know is a reader, and every writer I know is a reader. Shes currently working on a collection of essays with recipes called Kitchen Yarn: Notes on Life, Love, and Food. Its due to be published Dec. 5. As my brilliant editor and agent pointed out, I do write a lot of essays about food. Its food as a portal into emotion. She used Laurie Colwins book, Home Cooking, as a model. Shes also been given her own imprint at Akashic Books that will publish books about loss, grief and recovery. The imprint is called Gracie Belle, after Ms. Hoods daughter who died at 5 years old of a virulent form of step in 2002. (Ms. Hood wrote about this in her memoir Comfort: A Journey Through Grief, which was a New York Times Editors Choice Pick and named one of the top 10 nonfiction books of 2008 by Entertainment Weekly.) The imprint will release one or two books a year; the first is Now You See the Sky by Catharine H. Murray, a former student of Ms. Hoods, scheduled to launch Nov. 6. Shes nurtured many memoirs about loss in writing classes and workshops, but publishers balk at the subject matter. They claim, Theyre too sad, people dont want to read this. I find that very short-sighted. Unfortunately, we continue to suffer losses in our life. Theres comfort in books (like this) and also such wisdom. Now You See the Sky is about Ms. Murrays young son dying of leukemia, but its also about Buddhism and family and choices and how to live your life, Ms. Hood explains. Its a beautiful work. Our stories, while specific to our lives, are also universal. And through hearing others, we realize that were not as isolated as we fear. WRITEFrom page 1I was that kid in second grade who was writing newspapers ... I would sell them to my family. I always wrote poems, stories. I grew up in a neighborhood that had a lot of kids, but not in my age group I would join in a game of tag, but I didnt have that core group of friends. Books were my best friend. I read everything I could get my hands on. Ann Hood, best-selling novelist Expert Travel Planning for Discerning Travelers for Over 40 Years. 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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C27 I Do... Hilton Naples(239) 659-3108 | naples.hilton.com 5111 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Florida, 34103 IS YOUR PREFERRED DATE AVAILABLE?Celebrate your special day at the Hilton Naples. Our elegant, upscale hotel o ers all-inclusive packages from 10 to 300 guests. Whether you envision an intimate ceremony on the beach with close friends and family, or a lavish reception, let our wedding professionals make your wedding dreams come true. Contact us today for venue availability. New packages including Chiavari chairs now available! CAPRICE DEL VECCHIO Special Events Managercdelvecchio@cooperhotels.com(239) 659-3108ABSHER DESIGN GROUP / COURTESY PHOTOS Florida Weekly welcomes submissions for the Society pages from charity galas and fundraising events, club meetings and other to-dos around town. We need 300-dpi photographs of groups of two or more people, facing the camera and identi ed by rst and last names. Questions? Email editor Robbie Spencer at rspencer@ oridaweekly.com. SOCIETYSTARabilitys 3K Fun Run, Walk & Roll event 1. Michael at the finish line. 2. STARability participant Brett C. 3. The Georgelos family walks the course. 4. David A., Joey S. and his brother, Jonathan, take off at the start. 5. Matt and his father, Mark, walk across the finish line. 6. Tiffany completing the race. 7. Participants walk and roll to the finish. 1 2 4 6 3 5 7

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C28 WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Culinary Art.Technicolor Views. Located in the Village Shops on Venetian Bay Venetian Village 4270 Gulf Shore Boulevard North, Naples 239-649-5552 baysideseafoodgrillandbar.comSparkling Waterfront Views and Live Entertainment! RESERVE A TABLE ONLINE AT: WWW.THEPEARLNAPLES.COMFor Reservations, Call 239-591-5939 STEAK & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT HAPPY HOUR: 2-6PM EVERY DAY! WE CATER!Now Booking Holiday Parties! Lunch Specials Sea Dog...$9.10 So Shell Crab Sandwich...$11.10 Wednesday is PRIME RIB DAY! Open For Lunch 11-2PM Let Us Cater Your Next Event! THE STAGE RESTAURANT AND FULL BAR9144 Bonita Beach Road SE in Sunshine Ace Plaza thestagebonita.com | thestageeventsc enter.com | info@thestagebonita.com Call Us Today 239-405-8566VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE SHOWS! Join our email list for coupons, discounts, and advanced show schedules. 11/1 The Hall of Fame 50s/60s/Soul & Motown Rockin Dance Band 11/2 Neil Diamond Tribute Show 11/3 Journey, Bon Jovi Tribute Show 11/8 Annual Kick Off Customer Appreciation Party Elvis & Buddy Holly Tribute Show Band by Johnny Rogers. Includes Free House Beverage and Chefs Appetizer.11/9 Jersey Boyz Tribute & Rock & Roll Show (Matinee & Evening)11/10 Casino Night Open to the Public (Oak Creek Charter School)11/14 Rod Stewart & Roy Orbinson Tribute Show 11/15 Motown Magic by The Dynamic Three with Greg Miller 11/16 Eagles Tribute Show 11/17 Fleetwood Mac Tribute Show Band with a Touch of Heart ShowRESERVE YOUR SHOW TODAY! $10AT DOOR OR TABLECannot be combined with any other offer. One per personper table. OFFNOV. 1HALL OF FAME SHOW SOCIETYDavid Lawrence Centers Recovery Month Awards DinnerCOURTESY PHOTOS Florida Weekly welcomes submissions for the Society pages from charity galas and fundraising events, club meetings and other to-dos around town. We need 300-dpi photographs of groups of two or more people, facing the camera and identi ed by rst and last names. Questions? Email editor Robbie Spencer at rspencer@ oridaweekly.com. 6 7 1 2 3 4 5

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 C29 Kids Under 12 Eat Free on Mondays 1 kid meal with 1 adult entre. From kids menu only. MONDAY BE EE F, BBQ Q & C CRA FT BEE R R 6 6 O Z Z S S IRLOIN ST EAK AK K & 2 J JUM M B BO BO CHICKEN T END ND D ERS S WIT T H H S TEAK FRIES $ 1 12 2. 99 8 O Z Z S HOR T RIBS/ B RIS S K KET BURGER $7.99 W W WIT H CHEESE $8. 9 99 9 A ANY Y O OT HER BURGE R $ $ $ 9 9.9 9 9 M MO MOO NSHINE BB BB Q Q PLA LA A TTE TT R $1 $1 2 2.9 .9 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 GRE EK EK K SAL AD D $ $3. 50 CHI C CKE KE N P NP AR ARM M ESA N N WIT W H P P AST AST A$ A $ 12. 99 9 WEDNESDAY MA MA RG RG AR AR IT T IT AS A & & FA JI TA A S S $ $5 OFF F AN AN Y F Y F Y AJI I TA A $5 5 MA A AR GAR R R ITA S $5 QUE E SO SO S B BL BLA NC NCO & C C HIP HIP S 2 F F OR O $5 SOF OF T SHE E S LL LL TAC TAC OS S Choice of chicken or beef. LU U NC NC H H CH CHE ESEBUR GER GER SLIDER MEA TBALL SUB MEDITERRANEAN PAS TA SALAD GRILLE D C C HICKEN CAESAR SALAD BEEF CHILI DOG BO BON ELESS CHI CKE N N WINGERS BU BUF FAL AL O C O HIC C KEN KEN SU U B B Bags with Bobby! Biginners WelcomeCornhole 7pm Close Blitz Trivia is Back with Eric! 6:30pm 9:30pm COME FOR THE FOOD, STAY FOR THE SPORTS! KARAOKE WITH JAN 5:308:30PM.79 JUMBO WINGSMin. of 10 Includes up to 2 dipping sauces BEST WINGS IN TOWN, WITHOUT A DOUBT $2 OFF ANY STEVIES BASKET10 FOR $6.99 BONELESS CHICKEN WINGERS Friday Friday FISH FRY & BEER YUENGLING BEER BATTERED FISH FRY $9.99 Served with fries and slaw.GROUPER FRY $12.99Served with fries and slaw. 7 FOR $7 LUNCHMON-FRI NEW LUNCH MENUAvailable till 3 pm INCLUDES a soft drink or an alcoholic drink at Happy Hour Prices. Dine in only. 7 7 7 7 c c h h o o i i i c c e e s s f f o o r r r r $ $ 7 7 e e a a c c h h 7 7 7 7 7 $ $ $ 7 7 7 7 7 f f f f f o o o r r r r STEVIES TREASURES AND SIGNATURE DRINKS HAVE ARRIVED! Thursday Thursday 2 for 1 DRINKS ALL DAY House Wine, Domestic Drafts & All Well DrinksMon-Thurs 3-7pm & 9pm-close. Friday All Day! pp g 3 7 9 l F i d HAPPY HOUR Live Music Friday Evening! 7-10pm Robin & Dean In n tr tr tr r od od od od uc uc uc uc in in in i g t th h e e Be Be st t s C C C Ch ic ic ag ag o o De De ep p p p D Di sh sh h P P iz iz iz za ! Piled high with premium Grande mozzarella cheese, cooked to perfection and topped with our home made pizza sauce. OUR BEEF AND CHICKEN IS NEVER FROZEN! Let Stevies Cater Your Weekend Party Call 239-352-4233 @stevietomatos | www.stevietomato.com Naples 239-352-4233, Pebblebrooke Plaza, 15215 Collier Blvd #301, Naples, FL 34119 St t ev ev ie ie s Tr Tr easu re e s s & & Si gn atur e e Dr in n k ks ks H H H av a e A Ar r ri ve e d d SNO W CRAB, BO ON E IN RIB EYE, F ILL E ET, PO OR TERHOUSE STE AK AK, SIG G NAT N URE MARTI N NIS HA HAN D CRAF TED ED COC OC KTA A ILS ILS & & CL CLA SSI I C CS Ne Ne Ne Ne w w La La La te te te N N N ig g g ig ht h h h C C C Cr r a av v v i in in gs M M M en n e u u u u 1 1 10P 0P M M M T ILL CL O OS SI N NG G G G R RO OL L INTO TH TH E WEEKEND W WI TH TH THE BE ST FOO FO D, D, DRINKS & HA AP PY HOU R R, MAJ O OR LE LEA GUE BA S SEB ALL, PGA G GOL F F, BOXING, NBA B BAS S KET K BALL, NHL L HOCKEY, N NA AS S CAR M MAR TIA L A A RTS CHAM PI IO NS SH IP SOCCER AN N D COLLEGE & NFL FOOTBALL N (NAPLES ONLY) LOB STE TE E E R R R $ 14. 99 99 6-oz. lobster tail with a salad and steak fries. TWI I N N N T T AIL L S S $ 24. 4. 99 99 Served with a salad and steak fries. SUR R F F F & T TU RF $ $2 24 .996-oz. Lobster tail and 7-oz. let with a salad and steak fries.SUC C CU CU UL ENT NT BABY BAC K R IB BS $1 1 1 1. 1.9 .9 9Full 1.3 lb Rack served slaw and French fries. SU SUC UC UC C CUL ENT NT NT T B B BA BAB B YB Y B ACK AC R R RIB B S $ 11. 99 99 Full 1.3 lb Rack served with slaw and French fries From kid s m SUNDAY Live Music Saturday7-10pm Sonny Kenn LOB STE E R $ R$ R 14 99 L SATURDAY Live Entertainment 5:30pm-8:30pm10/24-10/30All special offers available with the purchase of a beverage. Dine in only. CELEBRATE EVERYDAY WITH US! CHARITY EVENTThe Beauty of Giving Saturday, November 3, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Salon owner Katja Raab and her team are coming together to support HAIRCUT $25 BLOWOUT $25 MAKEUP APPLICATION $25 POLISH CHANGE $10 SILENT AUCTION APPETIZERS BUBBLES GIVEAWAYSFOR RESERVATIONS 239.592.1222Walk-ins are welcome to join 100% of funds cancer. Cancer survivors will model holiday fashions from True Fashionistas Designer Resale Visit us online at www.FloridaWeekly.comwww.facebook.com/NaplesFloridaWeeklyTHERES A LOT TO LIKE SOCIETYDavid Lawrence Centers Recovery Month Awards Dinner 1. Allen Weiss, Capt. Beth Jones, Robert Crowe and Laura Lyons 2. Dr. Alise Bartley and Scott Burgess 3. Bill Barnett and Kathy Stried 4. Chief Chris Roberts and Judge Janeice Martin 5. Commissoner Andy Solis, Laura Lyons and Scott Burgess 6. Chante Pemberton and Vivian Parziale 7. Reg Buxton and Sandra Buxton 8. Nikkie Sardelli, Stephanie Lucena, Priscylla Oliva, Joseph Stusek, Courtney Smuder and Casey Andress 9. Brenda Liff, Missy Lamont and Betsy Keteltas 8 9 Open Daily 11am Lunch, Dinner & Sunday BrunchSubject to availability, while supplies last. TWO 1 pound lobsters with $27.95fries and slaw or black beans and riceLOTSA LOBSTER!!!Waterfront Dining 1200 Fifth Avenue South at Tin City (239) 263-2734 12th Avenue South at the City Dock (239) 263-9940 NaplesWaterfrontDining.com

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C30 WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY Available In Any Dollar Amount, Theyre the PERFECT GIFT For Any Event! Visit the Rib City in your Neighborhood Today! Find a Location & View Our Menu at www.ribcity.com The Village on Venetian Bay 4236 Gulf Shore Blvd. North 239-430-6273 miramarenaples.comSUNTHU 11:30AM TO 10PMFRISAT 11:30AM TO 11PM RESERVE YOUR WATERFRONT TABLE TODAY! Waterfron DininAT ITS BEST ON VENETIAN BAY The Village on Venetian Bay 4330 Gulf Shore Blvd. North 239-263-FISH (3474) fishrestaurantnaples.com 141 TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH, NAPLES 239.261.7157 WYNNSONLINE.COM P.F. Changs Meals Assorted 22 ounce $6.99 ea Must present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 11/8/18.Colores del Sol Malbec 750 mL FREE with $50 Grocery orderMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 11/8/18.Halloween Decor and Gifts 40% OFFMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 11/8/18.Halloween Candy 20% OFFMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 11/8/18.Angry Orchard Hard Cider Apple or Rose six packs $8.99 EACHMust present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 11/8/18. ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY TODAY CELEBRATING OUR 80TH ANNIVERSARYWynns 80th Anniversary Celebration Dec 2 The ninth annual Stone Crab Festival returns Friday through Sunday, Oct. 26-28, to Tin City and Bayfront with live entertainment, discounted cruises on the Naples Princess and Extreme rentals, restaurant deals and more the celebrate the return of stone crab season. The event kicks off Friday night with fresh stone crabs and concessions from 5-9 p.m. and a concert by Dazzling Delrays from 6-9 p.m. with festivities continuing through the weekend with performances by acts like Ben Allen Band, dozens of market vendors and over 20 restaurants hawking their stone crab dishes. The fun doesnt end until 5 p.m. on Sunday, when guests can enjoy a block party from 9-5 p.m. For more information about the festival or to see a complete schedule of events, visit www. stonecrabfestival.com. Take Note:The final days of DAmico & Sons summer specials are upon us. Hurry to the Italian spot for these last deals: $50 three-course dinner for two (Oct. 28), $8.99 mussell appetizer or $17.99 mussel pasta dish (Oct. 29), half-price bottles of wine (Oct. 30), featured ravioli dishes (Oct. 31), two for $12 lunch (Oct. 31), and $4 house wine or beer or $5 appetizers during happy hour (Oct. 31). 4691 Ninth St. N. 430-0955 or www.naples.damicoandsons.com. Humane Society Naples hosts its fourth annual Bow Wow Brunch, a networking event for young professionals, where guests will enjoy a brunch, special cocktail pricing, live entertainment, raffles and more with their pups from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at The Continental. Halloween costumes for guests and dogs are encouraged. $45. 1205 Third St. S. 643-1555 or www. hsnaples.org. Purple Spoon hosts a four-course dinner with Brian Abernathy, owner of Grumpy Goat Coffee, from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. On the menu is a chef-inspired amuse-bouche, chilespiced tomato and seasonal greens soup, braised bison with cinnamon and coffee over roasted yams and vegan brownies with seasonal fruit. $72. 25151 Chamber of Commerce Drive. 908-3842 or www. purplespoonfl.com. 1500 South re-opens for season on Saturday, Nov. 10, with a re-vamped menu featuring elevated Italian comfort food and local ingredients. New on the menu are dishes like black grouper cake; deviled farm eggs with shallots, bacon jam and pr osciutto; roast chicken with asparagus and shallot sauce; rack of lamb with sweet potatoes, pecan hash and maple demi-glace; pappardelle with lump crab, black grouper, rock shrimp and lemon cream sauce; bucatini Bolognese; prosciutto and country ham flatbread with mozzarella, pomodoro and basil; and crab and mango salad. 1500 Fifth Ave. S. 774-1500 or www.naplesbayresort.com. Alexanders hosts a pizza and pinot party from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, where guests can enjoy wine tastings, delicious pies and a salad bar on the patio. $50. 4077 Tamiami Trail N. 2624999 or www.alexandersnaples.com. Everglades Wonder Gardens hosts a fall-inspired, farm-to-table supper featuring the culinary stylings of Kristina San Fillipo (Purple Spoon), Freedom Teague (Food & Thought) and Don Splain (Seed To Table) from 6-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2. $150. 992-2591 or www. evergladeswondergardens.com. The 25th annual Taste of Bonita returns with bites from local restaurants and live music from acts like Brian H owe, SLO WRiDE and two tribute bands from 11:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, to Riverside Park. $25-$55. 405-1400 or www.tasteofbonita.com. Chef Asif Syed of 21 Spices will lead a 13-day culinary experience tour of India Dec. 7-20. Participants will be guided through the cities of Delhi, Lucknow, Agra, Jaipur, Bangalore, Myesor and Asifs hometown, Hyderabad. Travel package includes five-star accommodations, flights, private transportation, insurance, private tours and park fees, fifty percent of meal costs and access to UNESCO sites. Prices start at $9,908.47 and a 30 percent deposit is required. Call 772-888-1563 or email rhonda@ culinarylatitudes.com for more information. CUISINE NEWSThe ninth annual Stone Crab Festival hits Tin City and Bayfront from Friday through Sunday, Oct. 26-28.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF OCTOBER 25-31, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C31 LOCATED DOWNTOWN IN THE BELLASERA RESORTReservations can be made directly on our website or on DINNER Nightly beginning at 5 PM LUNCH Monday-Saturday: 11 AM 2 PM BRUNCH Sunday: 10:30 AM 2 PMFeaturing unless mimosas and one of Naples most unique brunch menus! HAPPY HOUR 2-6 PM daily at the indoor/outdoor bar, in the lobby, and on the cocktail terrace 221 9th Street South, Naples,FL 34102 CUISINE REVIEWThe stampede starts at the door of Jimmy Ps CharredAmericans love their meat and Neapolitans seem particularly enamored of prime slabs of beef, as evidenced by the herd of steakhouses that seem to thrive in the city. I can count at least a dozen off the top of my head. One especially choice spot for chowing down on steak is Jimmy Ps Charred, which differentiates itself from the rest because its owners, members of the Pepper family, are multigenerational meat cutters w ho have run a beloved butcher shop in town for years before expanding into the restaurant business. That alone makes them different from the others and its noticeable when you walk through the door directly into the butcher shop. There you will see the multitude of meats, seafood and wines they offer for sale to those whod rather cook it themselves at home. At the back of the store is the hostess stand that leads to the cozy and casual steakhouse where reclaimed wooden tables, a few booths, an open kitchen with a bar and barstools fill the room that occupies the adjacent storefront to the butcher shop. While the rooms dimensions and decor may be modest, neither the menu nor wine list suffers as a result. The wine list is surprisingly robust for a place this size, with a wealth of reds, some of which are rarely found even in much bigger establishments. We landed on a 2016 Kosta Browne pinot noir from the Russian River Valley and reveled in its blend of rich berries, hints of licorice and spice and soft tannins, all of which paired well with a meat-focused meal. But first came a basket of house-baked rolls pumpernickel and multigrain with soft butter that had bits of cherry and other tasty tidbits in it. They were delicious and, considering what came later, Id recommend declining the basket when the server offers it. Something else Jimmy Ps does well is seafood. A jumbo sea scallop appetizer ($19) contained two luscious scallops properly seared without, juicy within, atop a generous bed of avocado corn salsa, a pool of cumin crema for dipping and a bonnet of micro greens and edible flowers on top. This was a dish that was as beautiful as it was delicious.If your palate prefers a bit of heat, consider the blue crab samosas ($18), a creative variation on the triangular Indian pastries served as appetizers. These were golden brown, the crusts tender, filled with crab and accompanied by sriracha-spiked chow chow and a pool of hoisin sauce.Even the conventional wedge salad ($9) got a bit of a twist. It contained the classic iceberg lettuce, red and yellow tomatoes and large croutons, along with a generous amount of blue cheese and blue cheese dressing, but instead of crumbled bacon, it was garnished with large smoky lardons that contrasted well with the blue cheese. When it comes to meat, Jimmy Ps thinks big, too. How about the U.S. 41 burger for instance, which, not coincidentally, costs $41? That is not a typo. The reason is that it consists of some ritzy ingredients: 8 ounces of ground Wagyu beef, seared foie gras, triple cream Brie, shaved black truffles and demi-glace. And dont forget the onion and lettuce and a generous mound of crisp fries. This is not the entre to order the day before a cholesterol test. Its also not a burger for those accustomed to the fast-food variety. This creation was big and fat and rich, rich, rich. My companion managed to finish it. I had a few bites, which were decadent and satisfying, but I could not possibly have managed a whole one myself. There are so many options here. There are a number of specialties, which come with protein and vegetables, a novelty in most steakhouses. Or mix and match, as I did, pairing the Colorado French lamb chops ($48) with a Maine lobster tail ($16). The three chops were cooked to order, properly seasoned and seared on the outside but not dried out. The tail had been removed from the shell and placed atop it. It, too, was just right, accompanied by melted butter. My second companion enjoyed a petite filet mignon ($39), done to his liking, and topped with mushrooms and demi-glace ($6). Sides of grilled asparagus and sea salt ($8) and cardamom roasted carrots ($8) were large enough to share and both were good. We had just one complaint about our meal and that was that all of our entrees could have been warmer. They werent cold, but it was clear there had been a delay between the time they were done and the time they were delivered. We could manage but one dessert among us but the pot de crme ($8) proved a great choice. It was a classic in every sense dense, rich chocolate custard topped with a generous mound of whipped cream and a fresh strawberry. Service was excellent throughout the meal. The place was full most of the time we were there and our server was busy, but he stopped by frequently to check on us and make sure all was well. He was knowledgeable about the menu and made us feel well cared for. This isnt the biggest or the fanciest steakhouse around. But if its big flavors and top quality you seek, Jimmy Ps wont steer you wrong. karenFELDMANcuisine@floridaweekly.com Jimmy Ps Charred>> Hours: Lunch served 11 a.m.-4 p.m. daily; dinner served 5-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday >> Reservations: Highly recommended >> Credit cards: Accepted >> Price: $9-$19; entrees, $22-$100 >> Beverages: Beer and wine served. >> Seating: Booths, conventional tables, at the bar >> Specialties of the house: Steak >> Volume: Moderate to high >> Parking: Free lot >> Website: jimmypscharred.comRatings: Food: Service: Atmosphere: 1833 Tamiami Trail N., Naples 643-6328SuperbNoteworthyGoodFairPoor For a decadent experience, consider the U.S. 41 burger, with Wagyu beef, foie gras, triple cream Brie, black truffles and demi-glace. Blue crab samosas with spicy chow chow make for a lively appetizer. A classic pot de crme is a great finish to a meal at Jimmy Ps Charred. The petite filet smothered in mushrooms and demi-glace is a satisfying steak. Jumbo scallops are served over avocado corn salsa with cumin crema.KAREN FELDMAN / FLORIDA WEEKLY

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