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Premier Sothebys International Realty John R. Wood Downing-Frye Realty Prudential Florida Realty Coldwell Banker Residential REMarket Share 25.78% Market Share 12.28% Market Share 8.99% Market Share 7.63% Market Share 4.22%Southwest Florida Q1 2011 SalesOver $1 Million by Firm List Sell www.FloridaWeekly.com Vol. III, No. 28 FREE WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011POSTAL CUSTOMER DATED MATERIAL REQUESTED IN-HOME DELIVERY DATE: APRIL 14, 2011 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENTFLORIDA WEEKLY INSIDE

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PURCHASE PRICE$300,000-SHORT SALE PRICE$130,000=WHAT THE BANK CAN COLLECT$150,000 AFTER SHORT SALES AND FORECLOSURES, BANKS ARE GOING AFTER DEFICIENCIES FOR THOSE WHO CARRIED OUT SHORT FOR THOSE WHO CARRIED OUT SHORT sales or lost their homes to foresales or lost their homes to foreclosure in recent years, banks that closure in recent years, banks that were once their partners could were once their partners could potentially become their predators. potentially become their predators. Hundreds of cases have Hundreds of cases have appeared on the books just appeared on the books just since the beginning of 2010 since the beginning of 2010 in Collier, Lee and Charlotte in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties. counties. Lee in particular once Lee in particular once the epicenter of recessionary the epicenter of recessionary foreclosures and short sales foreclosures and short sales in Florida and the United in Florida and the United States now leads the pack in States now leads the pack in a new trend that could have dire a new trend that could have dire consequences for some. consequences for some. More than 110,000 More than 110,000 homeowners homeowners in the three in the three coastal counties have coastal counties have lost their homes to lost their homes to foreclosure alone foreclosure alone in the four in the four short years short years since the since the recession recessionBY ROGER WILLIAMSrwilliams@ oridaweekly.com STILL OWED$280,000SEE DOUBLE, A10 BY ROGER WILLIAMS WHAMMY A T T S = W H A DOUBLENeighborhood Health Clinic celebrates 12 years From its birth in 1999 in the kitchen of Dr. Bill and Nancy Lascheids home to its own building and a $1 million-plus annual budget, the Neighborhood Health Clinic marked its 12th anniversary on April 12. The clinic serves working people about 12,00 to date who have acute, episodic or chronic illness and who do not have health care benefits. It accepts no government assistance and has been fueled by contributions from a cross-section of the Naples and Southwest Florida community. Clinic volunteers have donated about $12 million in services to date. Eight full-time employees support the efforts of volunteer doctors, nurses and non-medical personnel. More than 200 Collier County residents are seen in a typical week, with patient hours on Monday and Thursday evenings and alternate Saturday mornings. Health care at the clinic includes examinations, basic laboratory functions, SEE CLINIC, A18 BY CHUCK CURRYSpecial to Florida Weekly BILL CORNWELL A4 OPINION A6 HEALTHY LIVING A34 PETS OF THE WEEK A37 BUSINESS B1 MOTLEY FOOL B8 REAL ESTATE B11 EVENTS C6-7 PLAY REVIEW C8 SAVE THE DATE C27 SOCIETY C29, 31, 33 CUISINE C35 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 INSIDE www.FloridaWeekly.com Vol. III, No. 28 FREE WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011POSTAL CUSTOMER Back in the dayVictorian promotional posters promised cure-alls. C22 In remembranceAvow Hospice sets butterflies free in Cambier Park. A33 DATED MATERIAL REQUESTED IN-HOME DELIVERY DATE: APRIL 14 2011 Face to faceEric Riemenschneider sees his large-scale portraits as landscapes of faces. C1 Hes huuuuge!In Kia sales and commercials, Billy Fuccillo has volume. B1 COURTESY PHOTOA volunteer, left, and a patient make a connection at the Neighborhood Health Clinic.

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NEW PATIENTS WELCOME Privileges at BCHC | Most Insurances Accepted Specializing in FOOT & ANKLE SURGERYBunion and Hammertoe Surgery Diabetic Foot Care Laser Therapy for Toenail Fungus PodoPediatrics Flat Feet and Toe Walkers Achilles Tendonitis Heel Pain/Plantar Fascitis Foot and Ankle Arthritis Management Sports Medicine Neuropathy 239 676. 2663 (BONE) www.JointInstituteFL.com 3501 Health Center Boulevard, Suite # 2180 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Monday Friday 8:30 AM 5 PM NOW OFFERING $ 100 OFF INTRODUCTORY SPECIALEffective and pain-free, the COOL TOUCH VARIA LASER, is the latest technology for treatment of TOE NAIL FUNGUS. Call for more details or to schedule your appointment. (Note: The Florida House of Representatives was recently thrown into a tizzy when one of its members, Rep. Scott Randolph, D-Orlando, spoke the word uterus. The Republican House leadership admonished Rep. Randolph and told him that he was never again to discuss body parts. This set me to wondering: Is it possible to write a column about the Florida Legislature (and Gov. Rick Scott) without referencing body parts? The more I pondered this challenge, the more daunting it seemed. But I decided to give it a go. I will not spell out body parts in full, but I will use a letter or two or three as a helpful guide for those who are limited in their knowledge of anatomy. I believe this slight modification to be in keeping with the spirit of the Houses edict.) Well, Id say this flap over the word u----has wedged the Florida House of Representatives collective t-in the proverbial wringer. This controversy has become a national story and made our Legislature and by extension our state the b--of countless jokes. Consider this: The group that cannot bring itself to outlaw sex between humans and animals is nonetheless outraged by the mere mention of a womans u-----. Whoa, Ill bet Freud would have had a field day with that. Whats the big deal, anyway? Its not as if Rep. Randolph delivered a heartfelt ode to the v-----. Nor did he rhapsodize longingly about bodacious t-t-s. Can you imagine the chaos if he had gotten really riled and screamed p---at the top of his l---s? I dare say such an assault on the virgin e--s of our lawmakers might have resulted in a rash of h---attacks and c------l hemorrhages. These elected h---d cases are known principally as an assemblage of shameless grifters whose sweaty p---s stay greasy from the huge contributions they wrest from heavily financed special interests. Now, this hidebound congregation, composed mostly of Neanderthal Republicans and Tea Party diehards, has become the self-appointed arbiter of what constitutes proper public discourse. The rationale for banning u----was that it might have damaged the tender psyches of teenage pages. What a load of hypocritical bunk. This band of bandits is more interested in giving tax breaks to corporations than funding education, and by the time theyre through wrecking our schools, well be turning out high school graduates who wont know a u----from a u---a. (The preceding word is particularly arcane, so heres a hint: It is the little thingy that hangs in the back of your t----t.) These legislative blue n---s also said they wanted to protect anyone in the public gallery who might have been offended. The speaker believes it is important for all members to be... respectful to visitors and guests, particularly the young pages and messengers, said a spokeswoman for clueless House Speaker Dean Cannon, who yet again demonstrated that he doesnt know whether to scratch his watch or wind his a--. We have come to expect so little from our leaders in Tallahassee that it would seem damn near impossible for them to disappoint us further. But they do. Weve known all along that they lack the b---s to do anything that even remotely accrues to the commonweal. (I do realize, by the way, that legislators who sport those pesky u------s, do not come equipped with t-------s, so the point is figurative, not literal). Still, these continuing legislative insults to our intelligence are multiplying at a rate that astounds even the most jaded observer. Speaking of insulting our intelligence, how about that pain-in-the-n--Rick Scott? He does so regularly and with scandalous ease. According to at least one poll, Mr. Scott is now the leastpopular governor in the United States. Didnt take long, did it? Im a little concerned about our governor, though. Hes always tended toward the cadaverous, but he now really looks rough around the edges. With those sunken c----s, darting e--s, fluttery nervous h---s and assorted tics, he radiates the emaciated energy of a crack h---d gone too long without a score. Not that Im suggesting the governor uses drugs. From what I understand, he takes exquisite care of his b---, which is wonderful since that means he probably wont become disabled anytime soon and therefore wont face the devastation that awaits the poor and afflicted who are the primary targets of his draconian budget cuts. On the other hand, the governor suspects everyone else of being higher than Ben Franklins kite hence his insistence on regular drug testing for state employees. Coincidentally, it doesnt hurt that this slimy bit of political theater plays well with his crazy base. I offer a counter proposal: Gov. Scott should be required to take IQ tests at regular intervals, with the results posted on his official website. While were at it, lets randomly yank those numb---s in the House and Senate off the floor and have them blow into a Breathalyzer. Id love to know how much hooch is flowing through the v---s of these statesmen as they legislate Florida back into the Dark Ages. If these jokers are governing under the influence, maybe we can sober em up and get them to act rationally. But if they are by their very nature inherently lazy, stupid and mendacious, then we will just have to ride it out. Trust me on one thing: The Great U----Controversy of 2011 will fade. But another bit of mean-spirited stupidity will emerge soon from this Legislature. You can bet your sweet a-on that. Have they no b---ns? billCORNWELL bcornwell@floridaweekly.comCOMMENTARY

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA6 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 PublisherShelley Lundslund@floridaweekly.comManaging EditorCindy Piercecpierce@floridaweekly.com Reporters & ColumnistsLois Bolin Susan Powell Brown Bill Cornwell Karen Feldman Artis Henderson Peg Goldberg Longstreth Jim McCracken Kelly Merritt Jeannette Showalter Nancy Stetson Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren Bernadette La Paglia Dennis Goodman Marla Ottenstein Charlie McDonald David MichaelCopy EditorCathy CottrillPresentation EditorEric Raddatz eraddatz@floridaweekly.comProduction ManagerKim Boone kboone@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersJon Colvin Paul Heinrich Dave Anderson Natalie Zellers Hope Jason Nick BearCirculation ManagerPenny Kennedy pkennedy@floridaweekly.comCirculationDavid Anderson Paul Neumann Greg TretwoldAccount ExecutivesNicole Masse nmasse@floridaweekly.com Cori Higgins chiggins@floridaweekly.com Jeff Jerome jjerome@floridaweekly.comBusiness Office ManagerKelli CaricoSales and Marketing AssistantKim RiggiePublished by Florida Media Group LLCPason Gaddis pgaddis@floridaweekly.com Jeffrey Cull jcull@floridaweekly.com Jim Dickerson jdickerson@floridaweekly.com Street Address: Naples Florida Weekly 9051 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 202 Naples, Florida 34108 Phone 239.325.1960 Fax: 239.325.1964 Subscriptions:Copyright: The contents of the Florida Weekly are copyright 2011 by Florida Media Group, LLC. No portion may be reproduced without the express written consent of Florida Media Group, LLC.Call 239.325.1960 or visit us on the web at www.floridaweekly.com and click on subscribe today.One-year mailed subscriptions: $29.95 in-county$49.95 in-state $54.95 out-of-state OPINION On the same day President Barack Obama formally launched his re-election campaign, his attorney general, Eric Holder, announced that key suspects in the 9/11 attacks would be tried not in federal court, but through controversial military commissions at Guantanamo. Holder blamed members of Congress, who he said have intervened and imposed restrictions blocking the administration from bringing any Guantanamo detainees to trial in the United States. Nevertheless, one Guantanamo case will be tried in New York. No, not the trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed or any of his alleged co-conspirators. This week, the New York State Supreme Court will hear the case against Dr. John Leso, a psychologist who is accused of participating in torture at the Gitmo prison camp that Obama pledged, and failed, to close. The case was brought by the New York Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA) on behalf of Dr. Steven Reisner. Reisner, a New York psychologist and adviser to Physicians for Human Rights, is at the center of a growing group of psychologists campaigning against the participation of psychologists in the U.S. governments interrogation programs, which they say amounts to torture. Unlike the American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the largest association of psychologists in the world, has refused to implement a resolution passed by its membership barring APA members from participating in interrogations at sites where international law or the Geneva Conventions are being violated. Reisner, a child of Holocaust survivors, is running for president of the APA, in part to force it to comply with the resolution. John Francis Leso is a U.S. Army major, formerly chief of the clinical psychology service at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. According to CJA, Dr. Leso led the first Behavioral Science Consultation Team (BSCT) at ... Guantanamo from June 2002 to January 2003, where he co-authored an interrogation policy memorandum that incorporated illegal techniques adapted from methods used by the Chinese and North Korean governments against U.S. prisoners of war. Reisner filed a complaint with the New York state agency that governs licenses of psychologists, the New York Office of Professional Discipline, asking for an investigation and appropriate disciplinary action. He took this route, Reisner told me, because health professionals are privy to private information, to weaknesses, to psychological and physical compromises, and they are privy to that information because they take an oath not to abuse that information to cause harm. So when health professionals use that very information ... to cause harm, we want to make sure that those people are held accountable and have their licenses revoked, if necessary. The OPD declined to investigate, so Reisner is seeking a court order to force the agency to do so. Maj. Leso recommended three categories of interrogation severity at Guantanamo, depending on the prisoners ability to resist. Category III included daily use of 20 hour interrogations; the use of strict isolation without the right of visitation by treating medical professionals or the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC); the use of food restriction for 24 hours once a week; the use of scenarios designed to convince the detainee he might experience a painful or fat al outc ome; non-injurious physical consequences; removal of clothing; and exposure to cold weather or water until such time as the detainee began to shiver. Leso is alleged to have participated in the interrogation of Mohammed al-Qahtani, a young man captured in Afghanistan and referred to as the 0th hijacker. Al-Qahtanis interrogation was so harsh that his charges were dropped. He is represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights, which said in response to Holders announcement: The Obama administration all but admitted political failure today as it announced it would try the 9/11 defendants before the deeply flawed military commission system rather than in Article III civilian courts as originally planned. ... In the same breath that the U.S. is calling for the rule of law in the Middle East, it is subverting it at home. The roll call of U.S. officials implicated in torture is long, yet not one of them has been held accountable: George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, John Yoo, Alberto Gonzales, psychologists Col. Larry James and John Leso, among others. As an Arab Spring is celebrated around the world, we should turn over a new leaf in the United States and celebrate an American Spring as well, one that rejects torture and is not afraid to use its judicial system, whether trying accused terrorists or torturers. Amy Goodman is the host of Democracy Now!, a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on more than 800 stations in North America. She is the author of Breaking the Sound Barrier, recently released in paperback and now a New York Times best-seller.One Guantanamo trial that will be held in New YorkIt is one of the magical moments in American history: On Sept. 4, 1882, Thomas Edison threw a ceremonial switch at the offices of J.P. Morgan in New York City, and there was light. The nearby Pearl Street Station power plant provided the electricity for light bulbs to switch on throughout the immediate area. The New York Times had 52 of the bulbs and reported they provided light soft, mellow, and graceful to the eye ... without a particle of flicker to make the head ache. The light bulb represents one of the most ingenious and useful Americancreated commercial products so ingenious, in fact, that its the metaphor for the arrival of a new idea. Now, the humble old incandescent bulb is in its senescence, about to be snuffed out entirely by an act of Congress. In 2007, Congress passed and President George W. Bush signed an energy bill forbidding the sale of the traditional, cheap incandescent bulbs on grounds that they arent energy-efficient enough. This has stoked grass-roots opposition (FreeOurLight.org) and bulb-hoarding among people ready to give up the old bulbs only if someone pries them from their cold, dead fingers. Republicans in the House and Senate are pushing to roll back the provision in the 2007 law. Are there more important matters of state to attend to? Surely. Is the light-bulb regulation rushing us down the road to serfdom? Probably not. But it is so annoying, it deserves the resistance of friends of freedom and of nice, clear artificial light. Think of the national 55 mph speed limit, imposed in 1974, also in the name of energy efficiency. Congress repealed it in 1995. Think of the metric system, pushed in the Metric Conversion Act of 1975, again in the name of efficiency. It never quite caught on. Think of, for that matter, the 3 pence-a-pound Townshend duty on tea. Was that the end of the world? No, but it was the principle of the damn thing. One of the alternatives to the old incandescent bulb is the compact fluorescent lamp, a twisted affair seemingly modeled on fusilli pasta. It contains mercury. If it breaks, you have to undertake cleanup measures worthy of a minor industrial accident. Its light is inferior to the old bulb. One congressional critic says it reminds him of something out of a Soviet stairwell. At a hearing on the light-bulb regulation, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky castigated the deputy assistant secretary of energy in terms she may have never heard before. Noting that the Obama administration professes to be prochoice, he argued, There is hypocrisy that goes on in people that claim to believe in some choices but dont want to let the consumer decide what they can buy and install in their own house. Just so. You can be forgiven for thinking no household object or minor convenience is safe. First, they made our toilets less efficient. Then, they came after our plastic grocery bags. Then, they mucked around with our dishwasher detergent. At the light bulb, brilliant for more than 100 years and counting, its time to make a stand. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review.Leave our bulbs alone v f f amyGOODMAN Special to Florida Weekly richLOWRY Special to Florida Weekly

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA8 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Call (239) 649-2275 for reservations. www.NaplesPrincessCruises.com Naples Princess Naples Princess Joi u aboar ...Join our VIP Club and Receive Special Offers and Updates. Text NP to 97063. Standard data and messaging rates apply.NO COUPONS OR DISCOUNTS APPLY.550 Port-O-Call Way | Naples, FL 34102Easter Sunday, April 24th, 2011Enjoy an Early Easter Dinner Cruise 1:00 3:00pm or a Sunset Cruise 6:30 8:30pm*price does not include port charge, tax or gratuityO men...Ceasar salad, rolls & butter, roasted turkey, baked ham, au gratin potatoes, green beans, candies yams and very berry tart for dessert April is Autism Awareness MonthThis is the third in a four-part series presented by Florida Weekly that looks into the different aspects of dealing with autism. BY EDEN AUTISM SERVICES FLORIDA _______________________________Special to Florida WeeklyLaw enforcement agencies throughoutLaw enforcement agencies throughout Southwest Florida have adopted a proactive approach to dealing with people with mental illnesses and disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder. Our regions sheriffs and police chiefs are taking the initiative to train patrol officers in techniques to help them as first responders confronting a person with ASD.While no two individuals with autism are alike, many typically lack communication and social skills and can be perceived by the general public as disturbing or alarming. As a result, a person with ASD is seven times more likely than other individuals to have an encounter with a police officer. When a police officer is called to this type of situation, its because the complainant is concerned about unusual behavior, not dangerous or criminal activity. As part of its enhanced training for deputies, the Collier County Sheriffs Office focuses an entire block on autism identifying signs and making deputies aware that a person with autism might be sensitive to touch or flashing lights. Our deputies learn how to respond to calm down a person they suspect might have autism, says Lt. George Welch of the departments prevention services bureau. They learn that all people with autism present differently and have different levels of functionality. They learn how to communicate and how not to communicate. As officers learn, patience and time are the best resources when dealing with the individual with autism. People with ASD might need additional time to process a request. They might avoid eye contact or demonstrate a variety of unusual behaviors, including repetition, flapping their arms or rocking their bodies (known as stimming), an unusual tone of voice or a peculiar or unbalanced gait behavior that could be perceived as intoxication. The person with ASD might also invade personal space or need to touch objects and people as a way to acclimate to a new environment. Noises and activity can further agitate their condition. Officers are learning that a calm, reassuring voice is often the best approach. Theyre also being trained to use clear, concise language, to avoid slang that could be interpreted literally, and to provide a long pause that will allow the person to process and respond to a request. Not interfering with stimming or acclimation is also important, as is trying to determine why the individual is acting out. Although encounters with individuals with ASD are not common for the CCSO, the training has proven beneficial. Lt. Welch recalls one incident when a deputy realized he was dealing with an individual with autism. The man was trying to get into a pool area at night. It was an autism facility, but the deputy didnt know that at the time, says Lt. Welch. He had just gone through the class and remembered the instructor mentioning that people with autism are often attracted to water. He approached this individual calmly. He found a hose and turned it on so the man could play with the water. It was fortunate the deputy had the training and was able to locate something to keep him calm versus grabbing him. Collier deputies are more likely to respond to a report that an individual with ASD has wandered off a problem addressed by the Project Lifesaver program launched three years ago by the departments victim advocacy division. Through the nonprofit program, parents and caregivers can buy water-resistant bracelets that emit a silent radio signal. Patrol cars and the departments aerial unit can pick up the signal from up to seven miles away. Of the 13 Collier County residents who wear the bracelets, half have autism, according to Angela Larson, supervisor of victim and senior advocacy. A partnership with the Pilot Club of Naples and its annual 5K run help defray some of the costs to the families. The bracelets provide peace of mind, Ms. Larson says. When someone wanders off, time is of the essence. Our average search time with these bracelets is only 30 minutes. The sensitivity and proactive approach demonstrated by the CCSO and other local agencies is precisely why police incidents are few and far between. Many of these skills can also be practiced by members of the general public when facing a situation they dont initially understand. Eden Autism Services Florida is holding a family fun day and resource fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Eimerman Education Center, 2801 County Barn Road in Naples. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to supervise children while parents and grandparents attend education sessions about understanding and supporting children who have autism. For registration or more information, call 992-4680, ext. 205.Law enforcement trains to distinguish autism from aggression

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WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 A9 Conservancy of Southwest Florida hosts its 2011 Earth Day Festival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at the Conservancy Nature Center, 1450 Merrihue Drive. The free event will have an organic farmers market, environmental exhibits, childrens carnival activities, educational presentations, live entertainment and guest speakers. Our Earth Day Festival has become quite a community tradition, says Andrew McElwaine, Conservancy president and CEO. Our hope is to entertain and educate guests on the importance of protecting our water, land and wildlife and the role they can play to ensure our paradise is here for the next generations. Due to continuing renovations at the Nature Center, no on-site parking is available. Free parking and shuttle service will be available at the southwest corner of Goodlette-Frank Road and Fifth Avenue South, across from Bayfront. The first 100 people arriving via shuttle will receive a festival T-shirt compliments of presenting sponsor Fifth Third Bank. Additional support for the festival comes from Amerivest Realty. Family-friendly puppet shows and programs featuring live animals and nature photography will run on the hour beginning at 10 a.m. Electric boat cruises will run hourly beginning at 9:30 a.m. The lineup of special programs includes: 10 a.m. Puppet show featuring the American alligator 11 a.m. Sing-along and fun with Rosie Emery of WGCUs Curious Kids Noon Raptor Rapture, featuring a live red-tail hawk. 1 p.m. Charlie Sobszak, author of The Living Gulf Coast 2 p.m. Tips from nature photographer Gordon Campbell 3 p.m. Rambunctious Reptiles, featuring live turtles, baby alligator and snakes The Conservancy will be closed Friday, April 15, as staff and volunteers set up for the Earth Day Festival. For more information, call 262-0304 or visit www.conservancy.org. Conservancy celebrates Earth Day The author of The Living Gulf Coast, Charlie Sobczak, will speak at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 16, as part of the Conservancy Earth Day Festival.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA10 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 began in 2007, and many could be subject to pursuit by banks or lenders who get a judges permission. The same is true for homeowners forced into short-selling their homes. The sums lenders seek could range from small to large. Its already happened to Molene Cadet, a Naples resident who borrowed money from Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, based in Tampa, and bought a home in Lee County in 2006, the records show. The bank foreclosed on the home last year, and then on Jan. 21 this year convinced a judge it could pursue her for $29,717, including principal, interest and late charges. And it might happen to Hope and Andrew Armbrust, who bought a home for $215,000 in 2006, lost it in foreclosure to the bank in 2009 still owing $193,500, and could now be on the hook for $195,757 but only if the bank decides to seek a deficiency judgment. Like Ms. Cadets, the Armbrusts lender was Suncoast, which is listed in a number of deficiency actions in Southwest Florida. Suncoast sold the Armbrust home on 69th Street West in Lehigh Acres for $30,000 last July. With three bedrooms, two baths and more than 1,700 square feet, its currently valued at about $40,500 by the Lee property appraiser. The Armbrusts would not talk about their financial risks when reached at their home in Cape Coral,. Shannon Puopolo, a lawyer who represents Suncoast in deficiency actions for the Fort Myers-based firm Henderson, Franklin, Starnes and Holt, did not return several telephone messages. But the Cadets and Armbrusts story is now increasingly common among those who lost their homes in foreclosure, or sold short. In each case, a lender can potentially chase a creditor the person who borrowed the money for as long as 20 years, pursuing either money or other wealth. Lenders can take one of two courses of action: They can seek the difference between the amount borrowed and the amount the home garnered in a short sale or its appraisal value at the time of foreclosure; or they can come after boats, jewelry, garnished wages, rental properties or the like, here in Florida or out of state. Were beginning to see banks waking up under the avalanche of foreclosures in recent years and saying, You know, there might be an opportunity to recoup some of this money if we take certain steps, says Robert St. Cyr, director of community outreach for Clerk of Courts Dwight Brock in Collier County. The legal ruling that allows a lenders pursuit of such debt after foreclosure or short sale is defined by Chapter 55 of the Florida statutes. Its known simply as a deficiency judgment. A deficiency judgment can be sought either by the first (primary) lender or by other interests: another mortgage holder, a mortgage insurance company or a government agency such as Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae. Lets say you owe $300,000 and you find a buyer to buy the house for $200,000 and you get the bank to agree to forego the rest of the mortgage and accept that, explains Jim Masch, chief deputy for Charlotte County Clerk of Courts, Barbara Scott. Ive seen letters come across from the lenders agreeing to short sales, and the fine language says they reserve the right or the FHA reserves the right to go after the creditor later.Mounting caseloadIf a bank does not formally agree to waive the right to pursue a creditor even after it has agreed to foreclosure or short sale, it has five years to appear before a judge. If the judge agrees to allow a deficiency action, the bank or its agents then have 10 years and 10 more with a renewal of the judgment after the first decade passes to come after a creditor for the money, officials say. The bank can follow the creditor through new careers in or out of state, all the way to new incomes, new property such as boats or jewelry, or second homes. Thats unless a creditor declares bankruptcy after the deficiency judgment (but not before). When you file a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13, you are discharging the unsecured debt. And a deficiency judgment (specifies) unsecured debt, explains Jonathan Tolentino, a Naplesbased bankruptcy attorney. Were coming up on five years since the recession began, and Im starting to see more of these deficiencies now. So a lot of creditors must have had it on their tickle systems. In the past, a lot of banks didnt even pursue discrepancies after foreclosures. Not now, it seems. We started keeping track of this about two years ago, says Charlie Green, Lee County clerk of courts. I thought the banks would be quicker to take this up, but they havent been. I dont think banks, though, can logically walk away from deficiency judgments. They owe it to their stockholders to pursue debt. And in Lee, in particular, theyre beginning to follow that logic. Although some counties such as Charlotte dont keep track of deficiency judgments per se, and some have far fewer than Lee (Collier records 36 deficiency judgments between Jan. 1, 2010 and April 2011), Lee is beginning to see a significant swell, with 272 listed for 2010, and 42 for the first two months of this year. A senior vice president of loss and risk mitigation at Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, Jim Simon, explained in comments to the Tampa Tribune that Suncoast pursues hundreds of deficiency judgments because it owes that effort to roughly 500,000 members. Were not looking to put (homeowners) in financial hardship, but we owe it to the rest of our members to collect as much as possible, he said. Prior to 2008 we never had a deficiency on a foreclosure. Its really being driven by whats happened to real estate values. Chris Black, a lawyer and the owner of Winged Foot Title Company serving clients in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties, represents neither a lender nor a buyer when he does title work on a home. Since he opened the business in 2007 just as the recession was heating up, his company began to specialize in short sales, which were abundant in the distressed market. What were concerned about when orchestrating a short sale is getting the bank to release the mortgage lien to issue a clear title to the next people, he explains. Heres the rub, and heres where a deficiency judgment comes into play: The release of the mortgage lien in a short sale does not necessarily mean the lender will release the debtor or borrower or seller from their obligations under the promissory note they signed. Thats where the potential (for economic burden on the creditor) is, especially from the short-sale scenario. We try to be very clear about that to anybody doing a short sale. Even though Mr. Black doesnt bargain on behalf of creditors, he will pass on their request that the bank drop its right to purse debt after the short sale, he adds. In foreclosures alone, the potential pool of opportunity for banks is massive, and the analogous clich of an iceberg only the tip of which is visible might not be far-fetched. Although 314 discrepancy judgments appear on the clerks books in Lee for the 14-month period beginning Jan. 1, 2010, the number of foreclosures listed in the county since 2007 four years ago stands at more than 72,500. In Collier for the same period, the number of foreclosures is 24,045. In Charlotte its 14,771. Those figures do not include the many short sales. In other words, more than 111,316 people who once borrowed money and bought homes in pursuit of the American dream on Floridas southwest coast could potentially be liable for the debts they incurred when banks foreclosed.Hard luck and debtAmong the potentially liable and fearing the prospect, she says are Dwayne and Edie Wilson. Mr. Wilson is a veteran firefighter, and the couple have two teenaged sons. The Wilsons bought a home on canal-front property roughly within 100 yards of the Caloosahatchee River east of Fort Myers in 1999, for $123,600. In 2005, they bought a vacant lot on a canal for $260,000, wrapped that into their home mortgage and refinanced in 2006 to the tune of $472,500, or just over $2,800 a month before taxes and expenses, their records show. Their household income was less than $100,000 at the time, or about $7,600 a month before any money was taken out. Soon they began to struggle, Mrs. Wilson says. Unable to sell the lot for years, even when they brought the price down to $85,000, by the beginning of 2008 they knew theyd have to leave their home unless they could work with their bank, Suncoast, to modify debt and the monthly payments. But when they tried to correspond with Suncoast through certified letters and telephone calls, they got no response, Mrs. Wilson says. At first we wanted to find a shortsale figure on the house, but the bank never even called us back on that. The Wilsons had used Suncoast to borrow money for houses, boats and lots, and not missed or been late on a house payment in almost 10 years, Mrs. Wilson explains. So they expected some help from the bank. Their offer to turn over the keys to their house, but consider a smaller Suncoast house already lost in foreclosure and sitting vacant, never got a response from the bank, either. None of that surprises the bankruptcy attorney, Mr. Tolentino. Suncoast is very aggressive, he says. They dont do any modifications. The attorneys may have their marching orders and they may just be doing what the client is telling them. That policy might have cost the Wilsons dearly. We watched our net worth go from about $600,000 or more to maybe $150,000 while we waited for phone calls from the bank, Mrs. Wilson recalls. Finally, Suncoast offered to lower the interest rate and accept a lower monthly payment for six months. But the bank failed to tell the Wilsons that if they agreed to the offer and could make the payments, they might get a second six-month relief followed by a permanent lower-interest-rate loan if they had proved for a year that they could meet those payments, Mrs. Wilson says. So the Wilsons turned it down, and only later discovered they might have been able to stay in their house if the offer had been made up front and in full. A deposition taken in July from a Suncoast official, identified as Mrs. Jacqulyne Gilbert, vice president of lost mitigation for Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, notes that Suncoast has no policy restricting the bank from discussing payment modifications before delinquency or default on a loan. But in the Wilsons case, Mrs. Gilbert stated there was no indication from her review of the file that Suncoast ever responded to the request for modification, either in writing or DOUBLEFrom page A1 COURTESY PHOTODwayne and Edie Wilson walked away from this waterfront home and a vacant lot. They could be on the hook for more than $500,000.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 NEWS A11 via telephone. In other words, the bank didnt try too hard, in Mrs. Wilsons view. And legally, it didnt have to, she admits. By late 2008, it was too late for the family. The Wilsons stopped paying the mortgage in September and eventually moved into a smaller home near Tampa. Suncoast now owns both the Fort Myers-area home and the lot, according to property appraisers records. But the story is likely not over, for the Wilsons or for the bank. Only three weeks ago, the bank recorded its ownership of those two properties with the county property appraiser at a sales price of $529,700 money Mrs. Wilson thinks the bank will pursue in the future. They havent tried to get a deficiency judgment yet, but we think they will, she says. And if they do, the Wilsons might very easily be saddled with a debt of more than $500,000. While their former house has been vacant, its been vandalized someone dropped the air conditioner through the ceiling into the living room and then stole it, leaving a large hole in the ceiling, Mrs. Wilson says. The one option the family has to avoid tying up their future in huge debt, is bankruptcy.The rose in the thornbushThat hard-luck story is only one of more than 110,000 foreclosure tales in Southwest Florida. Not all will result in so much trouble for those who have lost homes, some experts say.The sometimes difficult practicalities of pursuing debtors might mean escape from debt for many who could remain legally obligated if the lender pursues them. My guess about whether a bank will pursue future debt is that its a matter of practicality, more than anything, says Mr. Black. It costs money to pursue a deficiency judgment. The odds of collection are probably low in many cases especially if the bank has seen the debtors financial situation, which is a certainty. So then if theyre looking at an uncollectible debt, they may not want to spend time or money chasing it. There might be a rose in the thornbush of liability, at least for creditors: a federal tax break. Mike Brier, a CPA who has seen a couple of hundred such cases in the last two years, describes a federal rule expiring at the end of 2011 that seeks to take some of the burden off people who have lost homes. Its a debt forgiveness scenario. If you make the right election on your (1099c) tax form, you can exclude the difference from your taxable income, he explains. So if you bought a house in 2006 for $200,000, and its worth $100,000 today and the bank accepts the offer (of a short sale), the law allows you to exclude that from taxable income. Its a wonderful benefit. On the other hand, says Mr. Black, if the bank promises no future liability, the IRS might be able to seek taxes on that amount from the creditor.Which means that only death and taxes are certain, as Benjamin Franklin pointed out, but deficiency judgments are an increasing probability. Dress for Success SW Florida celebrates its launch in Naples with a VIP Black & White party from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, April 14, at the Naples Bay Resort Hotel. Donna Noce, president of White House | Black Market and president of the board of directors of Dress for Success SW Florida, will be the guest of honor. The evening will include a silent auction, hors doeuvres, cash bar, entertainment, black and white attire and gifts for each guest. Dress for Success supports unemployed women in Collier and Lee counties by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to help women thrive in work and life. The program recently celebrated its oneyear anniversary in Fort Myers. There are more than 100 Dress for Success serving women in seven countries. Since its start in 1997, Dress for Success has helped more than 500,000 women work toward selfsufficiency. The Southwest Florida offices and boutique are in Pinebrook Plaza next to Bell Tower Shops in Fort Myers. A Naples satellite location is planned. Tickets to the Black & White launch party are $60. For more information, call 689-4992, e-mail swflorida@dressforsuccess.org or visit www.DressForSuccess.org/swflorida. Nordstrom at Waterside Shops presents Passion for Fashion & Beauty to benefit The Wishing Well Foundation on Saturday, April 16. The event begins at 9 a.m. and includes an informal fashion presentation featuring the must-have looks for spring, the latest advances in permanent makeup and laser therapy for spider veins and cellulite, plus complimentary makeovers, refreshments, raffle prizes and a silent auction. Admission is $20. Space is limited, and reservations are required. Call 213-0397. The Wishing Well Foundation grants wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses and provides comfort and support for families. Money raised locally stays in Lee and Collier counties. An afternoon of family fun in Cambier Park will benefit the Golisano Childrens Museum of Naples from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, April 30. Pirates in the Park will consist of several pirate-themed, family-friendly activities. Cmon will conduct hands-on workshops in making an eye patch, hat and sword. From a dance party and Buccaneers Run, a giant inflatable obstacle course, to Pirate Petes Bounce House and a bungee trampoline, it promises to be an actionpacked adventure. The kids costume contest will begin at 3 p.m. Admission is $5 per person, with mateys 1 year and younger admitted free. Pirates in the Park is sponsored by Iberia Bank. For more information, call Cmon at 5140084 or visit www.cmon.org. 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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA12 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Let us ORCHESTRATE your dream.For the perfect products for your kitchen or bath, stop by a Ferguson showroom. Its where youll nd the largest range of quality brands, a symphony of ideas, and trained consultants to help orchestrate you dream. With showrooms from coast to coast, come see why Ferguson is recommended by professional contractors and designers everywhere.Fort Myers: Naples: 12085 Metro Parkway 3406 Domestic Avenue (239) 332-3072 (239) 643-0070 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved. FERGUSON.COMPassover delivers message of freedom to allPassover affirms the great truth that liberty is the inalienable right of every human being. Morris JosephWell, its that time of the year again when grocery stores are lined with Easter treats and Passover foods. And depending what faith you are will depend on which aisle you choose to visit. The point is we are choosing with our free will. For the majority of us, freedom is like a second skin; we have it, live it and hardly think much about it. But imagine not being able to pick up the box of matzoh or carton of crmefilled chocolate eggs. Freedom from oppression is part of our American experience. But for many today it is still the stuff of dreams. And for those lucky enough to be free, that right exists because of the hard-won battles of others. Passover remains a symbol of freedom triumphing over oppression. This annual spring holiday, though typically celebrated and observed by Jewish people, is a reminder that freedom can be yours if you are willing to work hard and even suffer for it. This is at the crux of the Jews struggle from about 400 years of bondage from the Egyptian pharaohs thousands of years ago. As the story goes, the Jews were enslaved by the Egyptians and forced to toil under their tyranny. The Jews decided they had enough being enslaved and decided to leave and be free. Moses, who had been summoned by God to help free the Jews, beseeched the Egyptian rulers to let them go. But they refused and a series of events unfolded to change their minds, including plagues of locusts, water turning to blood and the final and harshest event the slaying of every first-born Egyptian. After this, the Jews were told they could leave. So began their Exodus from Egypt and to freedom. It is the events that surround the Exodus that we mark and re-create every Passover. The holiday became named Passover after God sent the Angel of Death to pass over all of the marked Jewish homes and slay every Egyptian firstborn child. Today, symbols make up the Passover holiday, which is observed over an eight-day period of time. This year Passover will begin on the evening of April 18. Many observing are bustling about the grocery stores in search of matzoh, macaroons, horseradish, gefilte fish and other Passover foods for the two Seder nights. The Seders are celebrated on the first two nights of Passover. During the Seder, people around the table read the story of the Exodus in a book called the Haggadah and eat the symbolic foods representative of the ancients Jews journey from oppression to freedom. Matzoh, which looks like big crackers, is specially prepared unleavened bread. It has a lot of play during the Seder because it represents the haste in which the Jews were forced to go from their homes, leaving no time for the bread to fully bake. Bitter herbs are, of course, symbolic for the harsh treatment received while under the Egyptian rule. In remembering the plight and ultimate redemption of the Jews, Passover is a time to celebrate freedom for all. Every Jew is commanded every year to be as if he was rescued from Egypt, said Rabbi Jeremy Barras of Temple Beth El in Fort Myers. Rabbi Barras said we essentially celebrate God rescuing us and delivering us to truth. But Passover is not just a reminder of yesterday. It is relevant for everyone of all faiths today. We recognize that there is goodness in the world, Rabbi Barras said. Rabbi Adam Miller of Temple Shalom in Naples said attending a Seder is a good learning experience. I think its a wonderful way to share, he said. Rabbi Miller pointed out that the same oppression suffered by the ancient Jews is happening right now in our human family. Thats why in different parts of the world Jews remember at their Seders that others are still suffering nearby. Ethiopian Jews talk about people being oppressed in Darfur, Rabbi Miller said. But Passover asks more of us than to just celebrate freedom. It asks us to be kind to each other and remember those less fortunate. Area chabads, synagogues and Jewish centers are collecting money and pricey Kosher for Passover food for the needy. Having enough to eat and togetherness are central tenets in the Jewish faith. Places like Jewish Family Services of Lee County are collecting and distributing Seder in a Box to the needy, said Dr. Jaclynn Faffer, executive director of Jewish Family Services. But the sense of camaraderie and community felt at the Seder table is what makes a really old story relevant today. It really sends a strong message of freedom, said Rabbi Solomon Agin of Temple Shalom in Port Charlotte. BY ELLA NAYOR____________________enayor@ oridaweekly.com u mmoned b eseeched m g o. But e vents i nds, s ts, e e e n t v er m es i rstthe Pass ed over an all faiths t We re c i n t h e w o R a bb lom Se d en t in pe o f ur R Bu t Pa to j ust ce to b e k i nd berthose

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 A27 ON THE LINKS Here are some charity golf tournaments coming up around Naples and Collier County: The Gulf Coast High School girls golf team holds its first benefit tournament Saturday, April 30, at Vineyard Country Club with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The entry fee of $100 per golfer includes lunch and a silent auction. Hole sponsorships are $125. For more information, call Dennis Hemberger at 404-0110 or Tom Metzger at 353-0505. The 13th annual Golf Challenge for the Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida takes place Saturday, April 30, at The Club at Bonita Bay East. Albert Bentley, a graduate of Immokalee High School and a former running back with the Indianapolis Colts and the Pittsburgh Steelers, will participate. Registration is $250 per golfer or $800 for a foursome. For more information, call 417-3465. The sixth annual Royal Palm Academy Golf Classic tees off with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Monday, May 2, at the Golf Club of the Everglades. A box lunch at noon and post-tournament cocktails, dinner and an awards ceremony are included in registration of $200 per person. Participation is limited to 120 golfers. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and donations are welcome for the silent auction and raffle drawings. For more information, call Nancy Dagher at 6419070 or the school at 594-9888. Literacy Volunteers of Collier County holds its annual four-person scramble for mens, womens and mixed teams beginning with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 7, at The Club at Mediterra. Registration is $150 and includes breakfast, boxed lunch and refreshments during the scoreboard party. For more information, call 262-4448 or e-mail info@collierliteracy.org. The Harry Chapin Food Bank Classic tees off at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, at Grandezza Country Club. Registration is $125 per person. To donate silent auction items, contact event chair JoAnna Bradshaw at 4057266 or bradshawjoa@comcast.net. To register for the tournament, contact Chris Robinson at 334-7007, ext. 137, or chrisrobinson@harrychapinfoodbank. com. The Collier Building Industry Association and Hill, Barth & King host a tournament Friday, May 20, at The Quarry. A putting contest, long drive contest and 50/50 raffle are part of the event. Admission includes cart and green fees, three mulligans, 10 raffle tickets, three drinks on the course and lunch following the tournament. For registration or more information, call 436-6100 or visit www.cbia.net. Hit the courses for some good causes

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 A29 Our special issue of the cultural highlights of Southwest Florida publishes May 5.Florida Weeklys Best Is your business the best?Make your business stand out. Choose one of our four advertising packages and tell our readers why you are the best! Visit us online at www.FloridaWeekly.comCall: 239.325.1960Advertising Space Deadline: Wednesday, April 20 GET MOVING Hop aboard a paddleboard for Special OlympicsThe second annual Stand-Up Paddleboard Luau Races to benefit Special Olympics Collier County takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Bayfront marketplace and marina. Five SUP division races will take place along the picturesque waterfront as follows: 10 a.m., boys ages 10-16; 11 a.m., girls ages 10-16; noon, womens open; 1 p.m., mens open; and 3 p.m., Special Olympics Athletes Race, in which the top 10 finishers will compete with a Special Olympics athlete atop their board. Participants can sign up on race day or in advance at title sponsor Noodles Italian Caf and Sushi Bar. Other sponsors include: 21st Century Oncology, Avant-garde Hair Salon, Agro Surf Shop, attorney Mark Shapiro, Bayfront Inn, Bayfront Marketplace, BCBEngle Construction Corp., Crossfit Gym, First National Bank of the Gulfcoast, Gates Construction, Germain Toyota, Goldman Chiropractic, Gulfcoast Inn, King Richards Fun Par k, Lutg ert Insurance, Lux Boutique, Naples Bay Resort, Naples Kiteboarding, Naples Pools, Naples Soap Company, New Image Fitness, PT Gator/Our Town magazine, Rumbatime Watches, Soiltech, StofftCooney Architects, Tavern on the Bay, The Spot and True Blue Water Sports. The $25 registration fee will go to Special Olympics Collier County. For more information, call 370-6577 or visit www.noodlescafe.com. Turtle Trot 5K coming to Lovers KeyFriends of Lovers Key are setting the pace for the Turtle Trot 5K coming up Saturday, April 30. Runners and walkers trek over a hard-packed shell path along the Black Island Trail, climb a 38-foot-high Calusa Indian mound and cross two bridges as they race toward the finish line at the beach. Breakfast and awards are presented at the Lovers Key pavilion. Registration is $25 by April 23 and $30 thereafter. Sponsors include Whole Foods, Angel Animal Hospital and Sweet Tomatoes. Register online at www.FriendsOfLoversKey.com. For more information, call 463-4588. NICK SHIRGHIO / COURTESY PHOTO Stand-up paddlers on the Gulf of Mexico

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYNEWS TW0 A33NEWSHealthy Living Pet of the Week Musings WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Gentle, Caring Dentistry Since 2003 Initial Comprehensive Exam Full set of X-Rays Healthy Mouth Cleaning $95 regular $338239.261.7291 | www.naplesdentalcenter.com201 8th St South, Suite 106, Naples | Downtown at the Baker Center At 60,000 wild acres in eastern Collier and Lee counties, the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed is an ecologically important mix of marshes, pine flatwoods, pop ash sloughs and oak hammocks that provide critical water purification, aquifer recharge and natural flood protection for the region. It is the subject of a WGCU-TV documentary, CREW: Keepers of the Watershed, that premieres at 9 p.m. Thursday, April 21, as part of WGCU Public Medias series titled Water The Lifeblood of Southwest Florida. CREW is about 18 miles east of I-75 off Corkscrew Road. Its importance was realized after the National Audubon Society established Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in 1954. To protect the sanctuarys virgin cypress swamp from degradation by the encroachment of development, the South Florida Water Management District initiated an ambitious land acquisition project in the early 1980s. Before long, a unique consortium of environmentalists, government agencies, landowners, developers and private citizens had come together to manage the CREW Land & Water Trust. While school field trips and adventure campers seek out the wilderness for environmental education and primal experience on terra firma, two of the regions most productive water storage resources the Sandstone and Tamiami aquifers remain protected underground. CREW: Keepers of the Watershed was written, produced and narrated by Rod Clarke. It is the first part of a two-part series exploring CREW, with the second part set to premiere in June. Documentary explores CREW on WGCU-TV COURTESY PHOTOMarshes throughout CREW store and filter water.Beautiful b utter flies were released to sunny skies (although many alighted on an arm or finger or nose before flittering away) at Cambier Park during Avow Hospices sixth annual remembrance celebration on April 10. CHARLIE MCDONALD AND SAVANNAH GLASGOW / FLORIDA WEEKLY1. Catence Mitchell 2. Bonnie Lundstrom 3. Kaylee Guild 4. Amanda Canning 5. Elizabeth Chin eautifulb ut 14-2 0, 2011 t te rf lies wer e n y sk ies d WEEK OF AP A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A RI RI I RI I I I L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -2 0 b ut te rf lieswer e 1. 4. 2. 5. 3.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA34 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 HEALTHY LIVING It might be among the most common of commonsense things to do, but washing our hands is essential if we are to be superior health care providers. And Because We Care (our new campaign slogan), we are recommitted to making hand hygiene a No. 1 priority at NCH. According to the respected Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hand hygiene is the most important strategy to prevent the transmission of germs in any environment, and particularly in hospitals. Thus, we chose hand hygiene as our focus going forward to align ourselves with the Joint Commissions National Patient Safety program. The 2011 Proactive Risk Assessment will engage us in hand hygiene compliance initiatives because this simple technique lies at the heart of decreasing hospital-acquired infections. R.N. Kathleen Kohut, our director of infection prevention, recognizes avoiding an infection is always preferable for our patients. The Infection Prevention Department utilizes strict measurable o utcomes to monitor all infection prevention efforts, including washing our hands. Recently, I watched R.N. Cheryl Bullaro on the 5 South Rehab Unit washing her hands for what seemed to me to be a long time. Then she reminded me that proper technique takes about 30 seconds with both soap and water. To make sure she takes enough time, she told me she sings the alphabet song to herself as she washes. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is a time saver and can be found next to almost every doorpost in the clinical areas. At NCH, it will soon be replaced by a new foam product. Experienced 5 South charge nurse Mindy Henderson said she advises new nurses taking the nursing certification exam that if one of the question choices is to first wash your hands, that is most likely the correct answer. We recently launched our new Got Foam? campaign logo, held prize drawings and nominated three colleagues as NCH Hand Hygiene Heroes: Mother & Baby R.N. May Robinson, North Naples ER physician Dr. Carolyn Walters and cardio vascular radiologic technologist Linda Cavin. Having fun is all part of serving our patients well. One nurse who is definitely having fun is 5 South L.P.N. Jennifer Miller, whose distinctive fashion statement of brightly colored scrub pants has proved a big hit with patients and colleagues. Heres what one of Ms. Millers colleagues, Sue Graziano, wrote to me: (Jennifers) scrub wear kind of goes with our Compassion in Action program launched this month on CRC. Preliminary outcomes in terms of pain management, improving sleep quality and reducing edema in the surgical extremities have been extremely positive. Our program consists of providing complementary therapies to our patients such as massage, aromatherapy and spa-like music therapy. Our staff members received formal training and once credentialed are able to provide these therapies to our patients. Our clinical tech staff love it, and Jamie LaChance has been our lead relaxation therapist. Patients and their family love this program as well. Brightly colored scrubs? Aromatherapy? Spa-like music? Diligent hand-washing by all as we care for patients? Welcome to 21st century health care delivered by our talented and dedicated NCH colleagues. Editors note: Last weeks Straight Talk inadvertently had the wrong byline. The column was written by Dr. Allen Weiss, president and CEO of the NCH Healthcare System.Hand washing: So simple, so important in a hospital settingSTRAIGHT TALK Free program about link between mind and bodyThe Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida presents Mind & Body: How the Systems Influence Each Other from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, in Telford Auditorium at NCH downtown. The free program for the general public and health care professionals will be presented by Dr. Robert Albanese Jr. Mental health professionals will receive one CEU provided by MHASWFL; medical professionals will receive one CEU provided by NCH. Registration begins at 11:30, and lunch will be provided. For more information, call the MHASWFL at 261-5405 or visit www.mhaswfl.org. Alzheimers foundation recognizes excellence at Juniper VillageThe Alzheimers Foundation of America has awarded its Excellence in Care, Dementia Care Program of Distinction status to Juniper Village at Naples Wellspring Memory Care Community for its services to those with Alzheimers disease and related dementias. Juniper Village at Naples is one of the few memory care facilities in the United States to earn this distinction after an AFA evaluation of physical environment, safety procedures, program activities, staff-client interaction and staff training. The foundation noted Juniper Villages Alive in All Seasons program for providing a balance of safety, structure, independence and nurturing support for body, mind, and spirit. Dance class and support group for Parkinsons patientsThe Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida provides several regular programs and services for those who have Parkinsons disease and their caregivers. Free dance classes: 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at Fleischman Park. Support group meetings: 1 p.m. every Tuesday at Bentley Village; 10:30 a.m. every Thursday at PASFl headquarters, 2950 Tamiami Trail N. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 417-3465.TO YOUR HEALTH ilii bl allenWEISS allen.weiss@nchmd.org YMCAs around the country are celebrating Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 16. Locally, the YMCA of the Palms in Naples and the Greater Marco Island YMCA invite children and parents to make a play date and visit their facilities to have some fun and learn about healthy habits that can ensure they grow and thrive. Activities are free and open to all from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Naples and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Marco. In addition to games, bounce houses and arts and crafts, there will be giveaways about the YMCAs Healthy Family Home initiative, a resource of information, tips and tools to support parents and families in their efforts to practice the art and science of healthy living. We know that parents struggle to find the time to incorporate more active play and healthier habits into their kids daily routine, says Jennifer Bristow, health and fitness coordinator at the Marco Y. Doing so doesnt have to require extra money or resources. Its as simple as making a play date with your kids with just two key requirements: Be active and have fun. Healthy Kids Day on Marco will feature swimming and water games, make-your-own fruit kabobs, track and field events and a seed planting station. The Greater Marco Island Police, Fire and EMS departments have equipment on display and will hand out safety information. The Collier County Chapter of the American Red Cross will distribute literature as well. For information about Healthy Kids Day on Marco, call 394-3144, ext. 222, or visit www.marcoislandymca.org. For more about activities in Naples, call 597-3148 or visit www. ymcapalms.org. active families, healthy kidsHeres to Make a family play dateHere are ve suggestions from the YMCA to help families get active: >> 1. Schedule a game night: Play games with the kids that incorporate physical activity, such as Charades. >> 2. Dance: Turn on your favorite party music and dance. Make it even more fun with a contest for the best moves. >> 3. Go for a spin: Grab your helmets and discover a new bike path or park for an afternoon of rollerblading or bike riding. >> 4. Channel your inner child: Teach your youngsters some of the games that were your favorites as a kid. Remember hopscotch, jump rope, Simon Says and freeze tag? >> 5. Play outside: Even if its just in the backyard, get everyone moving by tossing a football, kicking a soccer ball or shooting some hoops. Dewy Yang, Jillian Jordan, Tanner Cassin, Rebecca Almeida and Daquwon Houston at YMCA of The PalmsSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYCOURTESY PHOTO

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA36 NEWS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 DowntownNaplesGoldenGateBonitaSpringsSanCarlosMarcoIslandEastNapleswww.SunshineAce.com Finduson WeberGenesisEP-310GasGrill$749.00WeberOne-TouchCharcoalGrill18.5diametercookingarea$69.9922.5diametercookingarea$89.998105207/Model#741001 8295354/Model#6511301 8105199/Model#441001GetGrillingatSunshineAce! Onceyourto-dolistisDONE,itstimetogetdowntohavingfun.With qualitygrillsand accessoriesfromWeber,turningyourbackyardinto apartyhasneverbeeneasier.LetSunshineAcehelpyoutakeyour weekendback!Getin,gethelpandgetGRILLIN! Pet owners sometimes release unwanted exotic animals into the wild, considering it an act of kindness. But Floridas environment and economy pay a hefty price if these creatures thrive and reproduce. Introduced species can eat native animals and plants, damage property, pose human health risks and require costly management efforts. The lionfish, Burmese python and monk parakeet have all made headlines for wreaking havoc, and some of the specimens were probably released by pet owners. The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences has a free brochure that describes humane, responsible alternatives for people with pets they cant manage or no longer want. Titled Options for Unwanted Exotic Pets, its available online at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw353. A lot of folks might not be aware that they have options, or that help is available, says author Steve Johnson, an associate professor in UFs wildlife ecology and conservation department. Were hoping to change that. The brochure outlines several options for pet owners. They include learning more about caring for the animal, finding a new home for it, returning it to the seller and contacting government or volunteer agencies. The brochure also lists several websites that provide geographically indexed directories to pet rescue groups, animal shelters, exotic pet veterinarians, animal sanctuaries that can provide referrals, advice or possibly a new home. It also has a link to listings for pet amnesty days where the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission accepts exotic animals and attempts to place them with new owners. In Florida, releasing non-native animals is prohibited by law, Mr. Johnson adds. Whats more, its inhumane pets from other parts of the world could die from starvation or exposure in Floridas outdoors. The species that become established are the exceptions, he says, though Florida currently hosts breeding populations of about 140 non-native vertebrate species. Fr ee online brochur e explains options for u nw anted exotic petsVi at Bentley Village hosts Senior Pet Adoption Day on Tuesday, April 19, to raise awareness about the increasing need to find homes for older pets. Representatives from the Humane Society of Naples will attend and bring older dogs and cats available for adoption from the shelter. Quite often, senior pets make the very best pets: They have been trained and socialized, understand house rules and the importance of getting along with everyone, and have the self confidence and control that comes with maturity, says Stephen Wright of HSN. Unlike a puppy or kitten, a senior pets personality doesnt change with age; it stays the same as the day you adopted it, he adds. Senior pets might sleep a little more than when they were kids, but they can still be active and vibrant. Typically, senior pets are more difficult to adopt out because of misconceptions about older animals.Vi at Bentley Village in North Naples is a very pet friendly community, so partnering with the humane society for this event makes perfect sense, says Marjorie Johnson, community relations director for the retirement community. HSN promotes the adoption of senior pets, in particular senior cats, by offering free adoptions. All senior cats come with a starter kit that includes a Older pets in need of homes will be at Bentley V illage adoption dayCOURTESY PHOTOSandra T urner and Iris, both at home in Bentley V illage.BY TOM NORDLIE____________________University of Florida e s r r s s : d d COURTESY PHOTO B t l V i ll ag e litter box, scoop, litter, dry food, bowls, toys and a carrier. The cats are neutered, current on their vaccinations and micro chipped plus, they come with 30 days of pet health insurance. Bentley Village resident Sandra Turner adopted Iris, a senior dog, and is an advocate for senior pet adoption. She adopted us rather than us adopting her, she says about the ease of Iris transition to her new home. At Senior Pet Adoption Day, Bentley Village residents and guests are welcome to get acquainted with older pets available for adoption from HSN. They are also encouraged to drop off food or monetary donations, learn about volunteer opportunities or attend the poolside cookout. The event is open to the general public. Space is limited, however, and reservations are required. Call 597-1121. COURTESY PHOTORescue groups and animal sanctuaries can usually help place problematic pets or exceptionally long-lived species such as parrots or tortoises in permanent, loving homes. robably s F lor a nd e s re e avo s a li n

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 NEWS A37 The LECCA Team Saturnia Lakes Residents & Realtors EGG-CELLENT VALUE In Saturnia Lakes EGG-CELLENT VALUE In Saturnia LakesDirect: 239.776.5423 TheLECCATeam@gmail.com www.SaturniaLakesINFO.com Chris Lecca, RealtorMulti-Million Dollar ProducerChris Lecca, RealtorMulti-Million Dollar Producer OPEN HOUSE Sunday 4/17 1-4PM BY DR. ROBIN DOWNING__________________________Special to Florida Weeklying becomes important. If, for instance, a dog is used to walking or running every day with his owner and then develops the progressive weakness of degenerative myelopathy, a walking wheelchair is a great choice. The walking wheelchair design allows a dog to continue to use his rear legs without having to support his full weight, thus delaying the progression of the weakness. Once the weakness has progressed to paralysis of the rear limbs, the walking/running activity can be maintained simply by suspending the feet so they do not drag on the ground. Wheelchairs that support all four legs are also available, as are wheelchairs custombuilt for animals that have lost limbs or were born without limbs. Slings allow pets to be supported in a simple fashion that also allows the pet owner to maintain good ergonomics. This decreases the risk of a back injury to an owner from lifting the pet inappropriately. And a sling allows the pet to move himself rather than simply being carried around, thus sustaining part of his personal independence. There are now custom braces and prosthetic devices available for pets. If a limb has a joint injury that cannot be repaired, a brace may replace the action of the damaged joint, thus restoring mobility. Likewise, if part of a foot or leg has been amputated, removable prosthetics can be manufactured to serve in their stead. Fortunately, when four legs arent enough, pets have many options for sustaining and maintaining their active lifestyles. Adaptation to a mobility-limiting condition is restricted only by our imaginations as pet owners. Times have changed for the better, and our beloved animal companions are the beneficiaries. Loss of mobility no longer a death sentence for pets The pet may be paralyzed rather than simply weak. Paralysis can occur from trauma to the spinal cord or from a progressive disease like degenerative myelopathy. The pet may have an issue, such as a torn cranial cruciate ligament in the knee (rear leg), causing instability in that joint. If surgery to stabilize the knee is not affordable or not an option for some other reason, the pet will be incapable of walking comfortably without an assistive device. Amputation of a limb (or part of a limb) may render the pet incapable of normal mobility. The mobility challenge may result from a nervous system issue, such as a stroke to the brain or spinal cord. So, what is a loving pet owner to do? Any pet facing a mobility challenge, no matter how slight or severe, deserves to have a thorough veterinary evaluation to ensure that if pain is present, it is treated appropriately. Next, examine the pets lifestyle and activities up to the time of the mobility issue. This is where creative thinkWhen Frankie was hit by a car on the streets of Denver, two vertebrae in his midback were shattered, and his spinal cord was crushed. At that moment he became a permanent paraplegic, never to walk normally again. In times past, he would have been euthanized. Fortunately for Frankie and for other pets with special needs times have changed. No longer are mobility issues an impediment to an excellent quality of life. In fact, dogs and cats and even unusual pets such as rabbits and ferrets can be fitted for assistive devices that allow them to sustain the activities theyve become accustomed to. Pet owners can be taught how to manage their pets bodily functions. And the pets themselves can easily be taught to accept the use of the various assistive devices that are currently available. Mobility challenges come in many guises: The pet may be too weak to walk. It is critical to get as complete a diagnosis as possible from the pets veterinarian because some pets are weak from pain. Once the pain is managed appropriately, the pet may be restored to normal mobility. It is also possible to have pain AND weakness coexisting in the same body. In this case, relieving pain remains a priority, which will allow the use of assistive devices with maximum pet comfort.PET TALES On the move Pets of the Week >> Bonnie likes to greet admirers by bumping her forehead on theirs! Shes 3 years old with lovely green eyes.>> Fontana is a spirited 1-year-old who has shiny short black fur and likes to stick her tongue out. >> Riley is a rare dog to nd at a shelter: a true-to-thebreed, gentle 1-year-old Otterhound mix. >> Sage is 5 months old. Her gray and white markings are real conversation starters.To adopt a petAll dogs and cats adopted from The Humane Society Naples come with a medical exam, vaccinations, sterilization surgery, ID microchip and 30 days of pet health insurance. Visit the animals ready for adoption at 370 Airport-Pulling Road N. Adoption center hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Call 643-1555 or visit www.HSNaples.org.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 NEWS A39 Ill be watching you: Every breath you take; Every move you make;... Every claim you stake.... Sting and The Police Im looking over a four leaf clover that I overlooked before. One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain. Third is the roses that grow in the lane. No need explaining the one remaining.... Mort Dixon ...and with ah! bright wings. Gerard Manley Hopkins What a world....What a world.... Wicked Witch of West OzNegation is often this first glimmering of an emerging reality. I never thought of that. Then formerly and formally some non-existent is a foregone conclusion, becoming foremost in mind. Some inexpressible, indistinguishable mindless schwa ease grows wings, radiates, and takes form in the forum. Quorum established, will this nascent paradigmatic anomaly be appropriately swallowed, again engulfed in a sweaty surround of sensibility? Or, perhaps more tragically, will there be attempts to rediscover the unrecoverable mystery? Forget the glass half full and half empty: Merely shatter the glass. And forget the romance of empty vessels and roads not taken and hallowed hollows. After all, our astrologers tell us we are in Mercury retrograde. From March 30 until April 23, it will seem as if Mercury has stopped and reversed direction. We are cautioned not to begin new projects or venture into new territory. We are advised to stay put, to be still. Only write. But its not just Mercury. All the planets seem to switch direction. Until Copernicus negated the notion of the earth as center of the universe people believed that what seemed to be happening, the visually given, was real. Now we are certain that the reality is that planets perpetually orbit in the same direction. Even if it doesnt look that way. And what about this pirates orbit? After all, Rx, R with a tail stroke, is the astrological symbol for retrograde planetary movement. It is also an abbreviation for medical prescription, recipe, and the responses in missals. All this comes from the Latin imperative meaning to take. We are taking it in. Retro might have a negative connotation, a sense of degenerating into the past, of being old-fashioned and backward. Taking might also be criticized. But is it really so simple? In logic, there is a notion called vacuous truth. This is an assertion that something is true of all members of an empty set. It is a truth that is devoid of content. Yet, even here there can be a problem. Suppose we say that all pink elephants are carnivores. That is vacuously true, since there are no pink elephants. Whatever we say about them is true like this. But what if we say that all pink elephants are herbivores? That is also vacuously true. Does one vacuous truth make another a lie? Never mind all this and that. Listen: At the end of a path there is a most amazing and wonderful garden. In that garden is a Greek column. It is Doric, Ionic and Corinthian. And in having all these features, it is also of another order not yet named. Behind this column, you are standing.Your wings are white and your eyes are flashing. You are beautiful beyond words or measure. And because of your position behind, you cannot see me. But I have plain view of your being hidden. As I look, transcendently transfixed, the planet stops. Orbit shifts. A new view emerges. Are you looking at me? What a world; what a world. I got to see a man about a dog. Not. Rx is the FloridaWeekly muse who hopes to inspire profound mutiny in all those who care to read. Our Rx may be wearing a pirate cloak of invisibility, but emanating from within this shadow is hope that readers will feel free to respond. Who knows: You may even inspire the muse. Make contact if you dare.MUSINGS Rx rx@floridaweekly.com Via negativa We Offer Choice and Versatility and a LIFETIME Warranty on all Products that WE Manufacture!Cornerstone ts your needs by offering exibility to our customersfrom a designer custom kitchen to refacing existing kitchen cabinets or a beautiful upgraded countertop, we offer itwith experience, quick turnaround and competitive pricing. What is Refacing? Your old doors are removed and replaced with new doors. All of the existing cabinetry is laminated to match your new door selection. Old hinges and door hardware are replaced with new. Step 1:First our installers remove all the old doors and drawer fronts.Step 2:After the doors and drawer fronts are removed, all the cabinet surfaces are hand sanded and prepared for laminate application.Step 3:Laminate is applied over the entire cabinet surface using a commercial contact cement.Step 4:After the laminate is complete, new custom doors and drawer fronts are then installed on the cabinetry. Saturday, April 16, 10am-4pm

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BUSINESS & REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE NAPLES BUS INESS & REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES BSECTIONWEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011Imagine SolutionsA gathering of great minds, and more networking events. B7 & 9 Buyers choicesWCI Design Studio makes one-stop shopping possible. B11 INSIDELearn the lingoThe Motley Fool presents an investment vocabulary primer. B8 SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY IT DOESNT HAPPEN OFTEN, BUT ONCE in a great while along comes a public personality who is so compellingly obnoxious, so gratingly offensive and so persistently intrusive that despite your better instincts and judgment, you actually grow to like him. It is a phenomenon not at all unlike that of watching a movie thats so bad its good. But then again, perhaps you dont develop a fondness; it could be that time and exposure only make things worse. One thing is for certain, though: A person of this type is someone about whom no one is neutral. Billy Fuccillo, the Cape Coral Kia king whose promiscuous use of television and radio advertising breathes new meaning into the word saturation, is such a person. Facebook has a page devoted to Mr. Fuccillo titled: Billy Fuccillo is the most annoying human being on Earth, and it has nearly 13,500 fans. After massive exposure to Mr. Fuccillos commercials, I believe I now understand the psychotic rage that consumed Elvis Presley when he blasted his Florida Weekly launches free iPad app HEShu uge IT DOESN T HAPPEN OFTEN BUT O N in a great while along comes a p lithi lli uuuBY BILL CORNWELLbcornwell@ oridaweekly.com In car sales and commercials, Billy Fuccillos volume is as big as he claimsCOURTESY PHOTOAfter less than a year in business, Billy Fuccillos Kia dealership in Cape Coral is a top seller in the nation. Extra, extra, read all about it on Florida Weeklys free iPad app. All the in-depth news, arts, business, and real estate coverage found in the paper at newsstands is available on the app in its entirety. The site allows readers to view pages in the same format in which they appear in the print version. We are really excited to bring this platform to our customers, said Pason Gaddis, publisher of Florida Weekly. Leading forecasters are predicting this to be the year of the tablet, with over 250 million estimated to be sold worldwide. Knowing this, our management team began developing this app three months ago to meet growing reader and advertiser needs. The current version of the app, which can be downloaded for free at the iTunes app store, is a basic conversion of the papers print product to digital. The app will be developed further, to allow readers greater interaction with advertisers for instance. With our next update, we plan to have more reader and ad interactivity, including the ability to touch ads and visit the customers website directly from within the app, Mr. Gaddis said. This adds a whole new dimension to what a print ad can do for them in a digital space. Now, not only will our customers have their ad in thousands of community newsstands, but worldwide. SEE HUUUUGE, B6 SP E E Flor i nd e st a ne w i ts t o v wh i s i on W p la t

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An example of a bull turning into a bubble is NASDAQ, which saw much appreciation in the 1990s and in the 3 years prior to its peak in 2000, rose an astounding 2 times. Bubbles burst; they always burst. And as in the case of NASDAQ, it gave back its 3-year appreciation in the ensuing 2 years. Fast money up; faster money lost going down. Bull markets are viewed as positive for the investor and the economy. They are manageable; they do not necessarily create distortions or dislocations within an economy. On the other hand, asset or investment bubbles can have huge impacts on any investors portfolio and on any countrys economic well-being. A huge positive shift is good but, upon bursting, a huge shift toward the negative is bad. To say bubbles dont exist or wont ever happen again is to deny the reality of the past 11 years. In such time, we have had a tech stock, a U.S. housing and an international credit bubble. Bulls and bubbles are very much on experienced investors minds as the world is awash with fiat currencies (especially the U.S. dollar) and people are searching for a safe haven other than U.S. cash equivalents. There is constant and increasing speculation that the U.S. dollar will lose its reserve currency status. In that case, investors want to be holding assets that do not devalue with the dollar and that might well include foreign equities, U.S. equities, commodities and non-U.S. currencies. Investment bubbles offer huge moneymaking and losing opportunities. In its last stages of meteoric rise, the curve is often hyperbolic but is followed by a vertical free fall. Obviously, the investment dream is to have bought the asset at a low point and sell at the high and, even better, to sell short at the high just before the bubble bursts. Investment fairy tales are made of such things. But participation in portions of the rise and shorting for portions of the decline might be better strategies. Sometimes its hard to perceive a bubble until after the bursting. For instance, the U.S. housing bubble seemed to benefit all; all seemed to be participating; almost all became believers. Houses were: the American dream; perceived as a safe asset class; and mortgage financing requirements were thought to safeguard against speculation. Are investment advisers well prepared for bubbles? Do they easily discern between bulls and bubbles? Do they employ money management techniques to prevent disastrous consequences of a burst bubble? Best I can recall, there was no such finance course in my MBA program; there were loads of classes about how markets drive out excesses, both over or under valuations, but nothing about how to handle portfolios when they enter irrational exuberance, Alan Greenspans description of the tech bubble before it burst. Devotees of A Random Walk Down Wall Street (and its efficient market theory) understand how bull markets come about but might find it very hard to factor bubbles into their efficient pricing theories. When a market is efficient, (the underlying premise of a bull), bizarrely incorrect valuations really dont happen. But, in fact, in the past 11 years, the world has seen two massive bubbles in the U.S and one colossal international bubble (credit individual, municipal and country credit bubbles). How is an investment bubble made? (1) something fundamental happens that causes diminished supply or increased demand (or both) for an asset; (2) the price of the asset moves upward; (3) investors/speculators put more money into the asset; (4) the assets increased liquidity and transparency in pricing allows bankers to finance more easily and willingly. Somewhere along this continuum, the bull market starts to look more akin to a mania. So, (5 ) the cycle continues on and on until the underlying fundamentals have stopped being relevant and the asset begins to trade based solely on its capital appreciation possibilities. And then ba-boom! The bust. What bubbles are out there right now? Gold, you say? Very possibly not. As a percentage of the worlds investment portfolios holdings, gold is currently .6 percent; the peak percentage was in 1968 at 4.8 percent. Gold is being considered as a currency of first resort. Gold might well be in the incipient stages of a dramatically longer bull market. Commodities? Per Jim Rogers, a worldwide recognized commodity professional, food commodity prices have a long way yet to run. Food is in short supply; the mania is not being fabricated when people in third world countries are rioting in the streets for food and protesting its high prices. What about equities? Theyre up 70 percent from their low, sure, but but many international and domestic managers view equities as a way to hedge against what they perceive to be strong inflation around the bend. What is an investor to do? First, be well exposed to all asset classes, beyond equities and fixed income. And before you label an asset class as a bubble, take a moment to consider if it really is a secular bull market. Second, use money management techniques to protect your gains in bubbly assets. A simplistic and well serving rule is: Cut your losses and let your profits run. Third, you might want to consider ways to participate in assets (equities, commodities, currencies, farmland, timberland, etc.) that are appreciating in value, all the while employing various money management techniques, either human or computer, to limit losses and maximize gains. There is a substantial risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options and off-exchange foreign currency products. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Jeannette Rohn Showalter is a Bonita Springs-based Certified Financial Analyst. jeannetteSHOWALTER, CFA jshowaltercfa@yahoo.com

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As business manager, he will help finalize purchases, process title and finance documents and help buyers understand their credit options. A native of Spain, Mr. Sierra lived in Queens, N.Y., for many years before relocating to Florida six years ago. Awards & Recognition Collier County Clerk of Courts Dwight Brock announces that the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court has been recognized as a Family-Friendly Business by the Naples Alliance for Children. The award is made to organizations in Collier County that find ways to help employees balance the needs of their families with the demands of their jobs. Board Appointments Michael Benson, CEO of Insurance Management Consultants LLC, has been named chairman of the board of trustees of the David Lawrence Foundation. Mr. Benson has more than 35 years of professional experience in the wealth transfer planning marketplace and has earned designations as both a Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant. He worked extensively with more than 50 charitable organizations as the founder and chairman of Planned Giving Systems, the firm that evolved into Insurance Management Consultants. Mr. Benson joined the David Lawrence Foundation board of trustees in 2010. Event Planning Shannon Chesser has been named vice president of sales and operations for Events, Responsibly! Inc. She will assist brides, committee chairs and associations with creating socially responsible, eco-friendly events of every size and budget. A lifelong resident of Southwest Florida, Ms. Chesser is a graduate of Leadership Collier and The Leadership Institute. She has produced and coordinated user conferences and tradeshows in the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Iceland. In 1998, she produced the Return to the Road Tour, a cross-country brand event to launch the 1998 Corvette convertible. CenturyLink, Wachovia honored for supporting schoolsCenturyLink and Wachovia, A Wells Fargo Company, have been awarded the 2011 Commissioner of Educations Business Recognition Award for extraordinary support of the Collier County School District. The two companies are honored for providing capacity grants to the Education Foundation of Collier County to build www.GetOnTheBusCollier.org. As a one-stop resource, the new website allows students, families, educators, schools and the community to connect and match interests and resources. We are grateful for the commitment, creativity and innovation that both companies bring to our community and schools, says Kaleigh Grover, 2010-11 chair of the Education Foundation. CenturyLink and Wachovia will be recognized at the 24th annual Commissioners Business Recognition Awards on June 9 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Tampa, and at a special program at the May 17 meeting of the District School Board of Collier County. Breakfast with Key Bank for women business ownersKey4Women, a program of Key Bank, presents its next breakfast club lesson for women business owners from 7:30-9 a.m. Wednesday, April 27, at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. Michael Haffey, senior vice president of Brown and Brown Benefits, will discuss how small businesses are controlling health care costs. Attendees will learn: The salient points of health care reform What top performing companies are doing to control health care costs The true return on investment for corporate wellness programs What to do if you cannot afford a company wellness program The program is free and hosted by KeyBanks Trisha Hare and Tom Maiale. RSVP by April 22 by calling Barbara Crowe at 659-8802 or e-mailing Barbara_a_crowe@keybank.com. Professional advisors invited to conferenceThe Community Foundation of Collier County invites professional advisors in Collier and Lee counties to a conference about charitable planning from 7:45 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 10, at the Hilton Naples. Ramsay Slugg of the National Wealth Strategies Group U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, will present Charitable Giving Behaviors and Motivations of High Net Worth Donors. Robert Pierpont of Pierpont Fundraising Counsel and Kevin Carmichael of Salvatori, Wood, Buckel, Attorneys at Law, will present Ethical and Legal Standards in Planned Giving and Fundraising: Is there a difference? What are they? The foundation will seek continuing education credits for the following: CLE (including ethics and wills, trusts and estates board certification), CPA-CPE, CTFA and CFP. The conference is a public service of the Community Foundation of Collier Countys Professional Advisors Council, whose mission is to provide education, resources and experience on charitable planning to promote strategic philanthropy in Collier County. Council members are: Gregory Barkauskas, Steven Benson, Christopher Bray, Dennis Brown, William Burke, Cynthia Carlson, Kevin Carmichael, Joseph Charles, Kim Ciccarelli Kantor, David Ciganek, Jeffrey Erickson, Brad Galbraith, Gregory Holtz, Linda Inman, David Jones, Andrew Krause, William Lange, Lester Law, Laird Lile, Jeanette Lombardi, Brian McAvoy, Lisa Merritt, Jerry Nichols, Shelley Rhoads Perry, Bradley Rigor, William Slepcevich, Robert Stommel, Sharon Treiser, Ellen Vanderburg, Gail Webster, George Wilson, Jennifer Wisnar and Edward Wollman and Joseph Zaks. To register for the conference, call Susan Barton at the Community Foundation of Collier County, 649-5000, or e-mail sbarton@cfcollier.org. Workshops about business plans and ethicsSCORE Naples and the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce present the following workshops: How to Write a Business Plan: Part 1, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 16; Part 2, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 30 This workshop is designed to give owners and decision makers for start-ups, early stage and existing companies an understanding of the critical elements of an effective business plan. Cost $35 per session or $60 for both. Business Ethics: 6-8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21 This workshop will examine how to resolve ethical dilemmas and establish and maintain a culture emphasizing strong ethical leadership. Cost is $35. Both workshops will take place in the Leadership Collier conference room at chamber headquarters. To register, visit www.napleschamber.org/events. PRACC workshop about board managementPRACC, Public Relations and Marketing Professionals of Collier County, will present a workshop about The Secrets of Board Management from 12:30-5:30 p.m. Monday, May 16, at the Inn on Fifth. In addition to the keynote address by Karl Salathe, director of institutional advancement at Seacrest Country Day School, there will be roundtable discussions about topics including fundraising and grant writing, mobile communications, photography, web marketing, digital design and targeting/cultivating donors. Cost is $60 for PRACC members and $70 for others. Employees of 501 (c) 3 organizations can apply for a professional development grant from the Community Foundation of Collier County. For registration and more information, visit www.pracc.org. SIERRA BENSON CHESSER

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB6 BUSINESS WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 television set to smithereens with a round fired from a .357 Magnum simply because he no longer could tolerate the sight of Robert Goulet. Billy Fuccillo can work on your psyche in that very same way. When first subjected to his Kia commercials, I groaned and prayed it was merely an initial, intense salvo of publicity and that this Car Salesman from Hell would shortly recede into the shadows. No one, I assumed, could maintain such a sustained barrage of cheesy advertising. Boy, was I wrong. Day after day, almost as though on a continuing loop, Billy and his fetching blonde sidekick (identified only as Caroline) showed up on my television screen, pleading, cajoling and beseeching me to buy a Kia. My own automobile offered no sanctuary, either, as Mr. Fuccillos radio ads screamed from every station and radiated over the breadth of Southwest Florida. But something strange happened along the way. The more I was exposed to Mr. Fuccillos onslaught, the more I began to anticipate and, dare I say, even appreciate the absurdity of those quirky little 30-second bits of insanity, which are shot on location at his Cape Coral lot. What would he say next? (My favorite assertion to date is that Kia is the car of the Lord.) Would he and Caroline ever change their clothes? Would Billy truly lose it and flame out on camera? In a bizarre way, Mr. Fuccillos bellowing presence became a comforting constant in a world devoid of constancy. I began to speculate about how outrageous the next offering might be. Soon, I was ranking the damn things on a scale of one to 10. Little by little, I found myself drawn into the weird world of Billy Fuccillo. Many times, Mr. Fuccillo is pictured in his commercials on the telephone, supposedly in the process of berating some stone-hearted banker into providing affordable financing for one of his downtrodden but deserving customers. But mostly he banters about how many cars he has and how many he needs to sell, as Caroline attempts to get in a word during his high-decibel tirade. If you live anywhere in Southwest Florida and have access to a television set or a radio, you surely are acquainted with Mr. Fuccillo. If you happen to be from New York, then you know him from way back, for that is the center of his automotive empire, and he has flooded the airwaves there for years. He played football as a reserve tight end at Syracuse University, where he earned a degree in 1978 in (guess what?) marketing (his professors like Dr. Frankenstein must wonder what they wrought and set loose on an unsuspecting world). He secured a job as a car salesman not long after leaving school. In 1989, he cobbled together enough cash and financing to open a Dodge dealership in Adams, N.Y., the home base for Fuccillo Automotive Group. From that unremarkable beginning, his business has grown at an exponential pace. The company today employs about 1,500 people. The foundation of his automotive empire is his aggressive, in-your-face style of promotion.Quantity, not quality Mr. Fuccillo, who late last year opened his dealership in Cape Coral, is a hulking, banana-nosed pitchman who concludes his commercials with his trademark promise that everything at his place of business is HUUUUUGE! The production quality of these commercials is something along the lines of the video Aunt Edna and Uncle Joe shot on their visit to the Grand Canyon. Quantity, not quality, is what makes Mr. Fuccillos media assault such a sensation and, apparently, so effective. In a telephone interview from his New York office, Mr. Fuccillo told me he shells out somewhere in the neighborhood of $30 million on advertising annually. Despite the huge cash outlay, he tries to keep the time involved in producing his commercials to a minimum. If I do a retake, its very, very rare, he said in an interview last year with The Business Review of Albany, N.Y. Even if we foul it up, we just blow it off. Anyone who has seen even a couple of Mr. Fuccillos spots knows he speaks the truth on that score. But dont let his cartoonish persona mislead you. Mr. Fuccillo is no ones fool not by a long shot. In 2009 and 2010, he operated the number one Kia dealership in the country in Schenectady, N.Y., and was tapped for Kias Presidents Club in both years. Only 15 dealers nationwide made the club, which is based on sales volume and customer service. Mr. Fuccillo operates 22 dealerships all of which, save for the Southwest Florida operation, are in New York. He says he landed in Cape Coral because Kia desired a presence there, and the company wanted someone with a proven track record to operate the dealership. I checked the area out, and it fit our business, he said. We dont like places that are too affluent or areas that are on the other end (of the economic scale). We like to be in the middle of the road. He purchased the former Saturn of Cape Coral building, which encompasses roughly 20,500 square feet, and converted it into his Kia dealership. The Saturn dealership had folded when General Motors discontinued the line. While setting up the business here, he bought a home in Cape Coral. In true Billy Fuccillo style, he then ran a promotional contest back in New York in which the grand prize was a new automobile and the Cape Coral home. There were more than 10,000 contest entries, and the winner was a schoolteacher in Syracuse. The three-bedroom home and the automobile were said to be valued at about $150,000.Everything in a big wayAs one would surmise from his commercials, Mr. Fuccillo is not about doing things small. Everything is HUUUUUGE! Hes no stranger to racetracks, and keeps a small stable of thoroughbreds. Hes also an unabashed gourmand, which is evident from his girth. Indeed, in many of his commercials he waxes longingly about his favorite restaurants in Southwest Florida. In one spot, he notes that he must be careful about entering Blue Martini, which he says ensnares him like quicksand. Perhaps his most cherished personal possession is his Lear jet, which he purchased for $13.2 million in 2004 and has HUGE emblazoned on its fuselage. He now has his eye on a new, larger aircraft a Dassault Falcon 2000, which he says would allow more of his corporate staff to travel with him. The Falcon 2000 costs $32.5 million, according to Mr. Fuccillo, who makes the asking price sound like a bargain. Mr. Fuccillo readily acknowledges that his style of salesmanship is not for everyone. If you want to get a taste of the antipathy that he provokes, peruse the comments on Facebooks Billy Fuccillo is the most annoying human being on Earth page. The following are some of the milder (and hence printable) verbal darts thrown at Mr. Fuccillo: Id rather buy a car from Charles Manson. Someone, anyone, just please punch him in the face. I hear his damn commercials almost every 10 minutes! Cant the man just lose his voice for good? He is a Huge annoyance. I cringe when I see these commercials. He is disgusting. Mr. Fuccillo said he was unaware of this Facebook page, and frankly couldnt care less what is posted there. I cant even turn on a computer, he said. What do I know about Facebook? Besides, why should he give two hoots in hell? As he put it: Maybe they dont love me, but the zeroes still keep adding up in my checkbook. Still, even Mr. Fuccillos own mother bristles when he appears on air. She mutes me, he admitted in his interview with The Business Review. Liking the commercials seems to be beside the point and, in the end, almost irrelevant. They draw attention and you remember them which, after all, is the principal point of any advertising.A big soft side, tooIn one sense, the advertising is misleading since it depicts Mr. Fuccillo as something of a shallow blowhard, which is at odds with his long track record of good works. He donates generously to pediatric cancer treatment and research and to the Catholic Church. He has been known to give aid to total strangers who have been struck by tragedy and whose stories have stirred him. One automotive blogger acknowledged this gentler side of bombastic Billy when he wrote: Whenever I think of cars, I think Fuccillo. Whenever I think of large, unshaven men who yell a lot, I think Fuccillo. Whenever I think of who I want the godfather of my first child to be, I think Fuccillo.About CarolineAs with any cult figure, devoted followers and detractors dissect almost every aspect of the man and his advertising. The identity of Caroline has been the subject of much speculation. Some suspected she was his daughter or his niece or perhaps something a bit more racy. As it turns out, the answer is none of the above. In an online posting, a writer at the Albany Times-Union noted that the newspapers latest fixation was Carolines identity. The writer doggedly pursued the mystery. Ive called Billys office and left two messages over the past three weeks, she wrote, but he hasnt called back. Undeterred, the writer eventually identified Caroline through a talent agency and reported that her full name is Caroline Renfro, and she has a background as a professional spokesperson with a number of companies. Mr. Fuccillo apparently spotted her doing commercials for a Kia dealership in North Carolina.No. 1 in the countryJust three months after its opening, Mr. Fuccillos Cape Coral operation ranks No. 1 in sales among Kias 730 dealerships nationwide. According to Mr. Fuccillo, We sold 587 new cars last month, which almost doubled the number sold by Kias second-leading dealership, located in Cleveland. Things are going so swimmingly, in fact, that last week Mr. Fuccillo closed the dealership for four days and told his 100 or so employees to go have some fun with their families. They had worked 34 straight days without a break; they deserved it. Mr. Fuccillo did not bother to inform Kia of this development, however, and during the hiatus, the company attempted to deliver a shipment of automobiles to the dealership, which was locked down tight when the trucks rolled up. (Kias facility in Atlanta) called me and wanted to know what was going on, Mr. Fuccillo said jovially. I told em I closed the place down for four days to give my people some time off. They thought I was crazy, and Im not sure they were real happy. But what are you going to do to the guy who sells more of your cars than anyone else? It seems safe to assume that Billy Fuccillo will not be leaving Southwest Florida anytime soon. That, of course, means more commercials (lots more commercials). And more repartee with Caroline. And, as always, whatever he does on screen or off will be HUUUUUGE! So brace yourself, and if you are among the legion driven to absolute distraction by Mr. Fuccillos caterwauling, heres some advice: Familiarize yourself with the m ute button on your remote, and should you own a .357 Magnum, please store it under lock and key in a place far removed from your television set. I checked the area out, and it fit our business. We dont like places that are too affluent or areas that are on the other end (of the economic scale). We like to be in the middle of the road. Billy FuccilloHUUUUGEFrom page B1 >> Total dealer sales February 2011 1) Fuccillo Kia of Cape Coral 295 2) Obrien Huyndai Mitsubishi Subaru 204 3) Fort Myers Toyota 200 4) Sutherland Nissan of Fort Myers 165 5) Sam Galloway Ford 128 in the know

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With roughly 5.5 billion shares outstanding, it will cost Cisco about $1.3 billion per year, just under 15 percent of its free cash flow in 2010. Considering that Cisco already spent some $9 billion over the last 12 months to buy back its own shares, it seems quite committed to returning value to shareholders. And before you start complaining about the companys stock-based compensation programs offsetting the value of those buy-Cisco gives birth Name That CompanyI was founded in Germany in 1865 by a fellow who was excited by the possible uses of coal tar. I synthesized the first natural dye in 1869, which was mainly used to color -cotton. I was socially progressive, providing housing and health insurance for my workers back in the 1800s. I was once the worlds largest sulfuric acid producer, and liquefied chlorine was an early best-seller. Today Im the worlds top chemical company, Last weeks trivia answerBased in New York City, Im the worlds largest bookseller, with 705 stores in 50 states and a busy website. I also manage 636 college bookstores. I list more than 2 million titles in my NOOK store, and Im Americas second-largest magazine seller, offering about 5,500 magazines and almost 1,000 newspapers. Each year, my cafes serve 60 million drinks. Altogether, I sell roughly 300 million books annually, less than 5 percent of them best-sellers. I host close to 100,000 community events each year. Ive won awards for my customer service and my commitment to equality. Who am I? ( Answer: Barnes & Noble )with some 109,000 employees and 385 production sites globally. I specialize in plastics, petrochemicals, construction chemicals, pigments, agricultural solutions, coatings and more. Who am I? Know the answer? Send it to us with Foolish Trivia on the top and youll be entered into a drawing for a nifty prize! backs, know that Cisco issued only $3 billion in new shares over the same period. Thus, the total share count has been falling, leaving remaining shares more valuable. Other major technology companies are following a similar model, spending more on buybacks than on dividends. This makes sense as long as a companys stock is actually undervalued otherwise overpaying for the shares is wasteful. The model also offers flexibility in times of need. While cutting back on established dividends is frowned upon, reining in buybacks is not such a red flag. Ciscos current yield isnt big enough to make it an income-generating powerhouse today, but that could change with steady raises over the years, or a blow to the underlying stock price. Do you have an embarrassing lesson learned the hard way? Boil it down to 100 words (or less) and send it to The Motley Fool c/o My Dumbest Investment. Got one that worked? Submit to My Smartest Investment. If we print yours, youll win a Fools cap! Write to Us! Send questions for Ask the Fool, Dumbest (or Smartest) Investments (up to 100 words), and your Trivia entries to Fool@fool.com or via regular mail c/o this newspaper, attn: The Motley Fool. Sorry, we cant provide individual financial advice. Dont wait y y e d y n 8 69, c ot p ro c e I i c oay a ny w e si i n c o n m ent c oatin g Know with Foo l youll be en nifty prize! A Job Search Support Group meets from 1 0:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. Contact Karen Klukiewicz at kluk77@comcast.net or visit www. napleschamber.org. Gulf Coast Venture Forum member s and g uests will hear presentations from four companies during the next meeting from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in the members club room at Tiburon. Guests must register in advance at www.gcvf.com. For more information, call 262-6300. The Certified Financial Analysts Societ y o f Naples meets for luncheon and a program titled The Risks that Hide in Plain Sight at noon Tuesday, April 19, at McCormick & Schmicks in Mercato. Guest speaker John Gavin, founder and CEO of Disclosure Insight, will use real world examples of how public companies use careful word choice, omission and spin to mislead investors about disclosed risk events. Cost is $40 for CFA Society members, $40 for nonmembers and $15 for students. Register by April 15 at www.cfanaples.org. For more information, call Ken Thomas at 213-6160 or e-mail kt63@ntrs.com. The Greater Naples Chamber o f C ommerce holds its next Wake Up Naples at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 20, at the Hilton Naples. Cost is $20 for members, $25 for others. Sign up at www.napleschamber.org. The Collier Building Industry Associa tion holds its Real Estate Snapshot: Season at a Glance industry panel at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at Olde Cypress Country Club. This years sponsor is B-Squared Advertising. Panelists include Paul Erhardt of WCI Communities; Dick Borel, Naples Daily News; Brenda Fioretti NABOR; Bob Imig, Stock Development; and John Clark, Mutual of Omaha. Call 436-6100 or sign up at www.cbia.net. The Marco Island Area Chamber of C ommerce holds its 11th annual Marco Island Business Expo on Thursday, April 21. To reserve a spot as a vendor, contact Vicki Williams at 394-7549 or Vicki@marcoislandchamber.org. PRACC, P ublic R elations, Advertising and Marketing Professionals of Collier County, holds its next monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 21, at McCormick & Schmicks in Mercato. Cost is $25 for members, $30 for others. Register at www.pracc.org. The Bonita Springs Area Chamber o f C ommerce Foundation will host a Kentucky Derby party from 4:307:30 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point. A hat contest for men and women will be part of the fun. Tickets are $85. For reservations or more information, visit www.BonitaSpringsChamber.com. The Neapolitan Chapter of the American Busines s W omens Association meets for dinner and a business meeting at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of the month at Bellasera Hotel. For more information, visit www.abwaneapolitan.org. BUSINESS MEETINGS

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 BUSINESS B9 The Collier County Medical Society at Kensington Country Club Hodges University honors John Fisher III The Community Foundation of Collier County awards grantsNETWORKING We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.BERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLY BERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLY COURTESY PHOTOS 1. Susan Calkins and Sue Smith 2. Tom and Carol McCann 3. Colleen Murphy and Tiffany Billings 4. RoseMary Everett and Merlin Lickhalter 1. Dr. Howard Freedman and Leonard Girsh 2. Drs. Karen Herrichson and Alan Weiss 3. Anne Beatty and Cindy Roberts 4. Dr. Marily Varco and Joan Talano 5. Drs. Rebecca Lambert and Jon Sonne 6. Richard Annunziata, Amanda Waesch and Peter Montalbano 1. Louis Traina and Lavern Norris Gaynor 2. Delores and John Sorey 3. Mike Nelson and Jeanette Brock 4. John Fisher III and Terry McMahan 5. Earl Hodges and John Fisher III 1 3 4 2 1 4 5 2 3 1 5 4 23 6

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REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE NAPLES REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY B11WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Customers who visit the new WCI Design Studio can see and touch the finishing details for their new home. At 24301 Walden Center Drive in Bonita Springs, the home design center is a one-stop destination for buyers to select everything from cabinetry, countertops, bath and kitchen fixtures to tile and flooring. People who buy in one of our communities visit the design center and make all their selections here instead of driving from one specialty store to another, says Jason Wyrick, vice president of purchasing for WCI Communities. The center offers a variety of designs and material choices everything our buyers need to make their new home reflect their personalities. The studio features Moen faucets, Merrilat and Masterpiece cabinetry by Masco, Schlage door hardware, International Tile & Stone flooring and Whirlpool appliances. The WCI Design Studio serves clients who have purchased new in Naples at Tiburns newly opened Marquesa Royale and Manchester Square, WCIs newest community, as well as at Pelican Preserve in Fort Myers. The centers staff is available by appointment. WCI Communities master-planned lifestyle communities offers traditional single-family and multi-family home choices with prices from the mid$100,000s to just under $1 million. WCI Communities now offers residents and members golf privileges and ne dining at the countrys top private golf courses and dinner clubs, made possible by a partnership with ClubCorp. The arrangement provides members and residents complimentary play at 140 country clubs and free four-course meals at more than 65 private restaurants, including Chicagos famed Metropolitan Club, City Club on Bunker Hill in Los Angeles and the landmark 21 club in New York City. ClubCorps Signature Gold membership program is ideal for those who travel for leisure golf or business trips, says Jim Magnusson, marketing and sales director for the amenities division of WCI. In addition to ClubCorps waiving enrollment fees for WCI resident, the Signature Gold network waives greens fees and the price of a meal for two. Golfers pay for cart use; diners pay beverage, tax and tip for meals. Members can enjoy two rounds of golf and two dining experiences per month. Members simply log onto ClubCorps website and click onto the market they will visit. A list of member clubs pops open, and a link allows them to make golf or dinner reservations. The golf clubs on ClubCorps list are among the best in the United States, Mr. Magnusson says. We have members already planning trips to play golf in Palm Springs, Myrtle Beach and Scottsdale. Dining clubs are in downtown metro areas, he adds. ClubCorp members who do not live in Southwest Florida now can sample the golf and dining experiences at WCIs clubs in the region, including Tiburn and Hammock Bay golf clubs in Naples and Pelican Preserve in Fort Myers. For more information, visit www.WCICommunities.com. WCI Communities debuts one-stop design centerSouthern Bay Homes is offering a lot/ luxury home package in Shadow Wood Preserve. The 90-by-150-foot lot has a golf course view, and the home is Southern Bays Jasmine floor plan, with three bedrooms plus den and three baths under 2,514 square feet of air-conditioned living space. The home has a front veranda, a formal dining room and open gourmet kitchen. The great room has pocketing sliders that open to the outdoor living area. Ceilings 12 feet and higher and 8-foot doors are featured throughout. Finishes include custom cabinetry, granite countertops, stone flooring in the main living areas, carpeting in the bedrooms, crown molding and detailed ceiling treatments. The lot/Jasmine package is priced at $665,000. Shadow Wood Preserve is a 440-acre, gated, master-planned community on the west side of U.S. 41 just south of Alico Road in southern Lee County. The community is bordered by the mangrove fringes of Estero Bay, the Estero Bay Preserve State Park and historic Mullock Creek. Shadow Wood Preserve features an 18-hole championship golf course, The Preserve, designed by Arthur Hills and built according to Audubon International guidelines. The community also has a full-service clubhouse and golf pro shop as well as an exercise room adjacent to the pro shop. A 2.5-acre park along Mullock Creek includes tennis, picnic areas, tot lot, canoe and kayak launch, restrooms and a screened pavilion. Two miles of walking paths and fitness trails provide additional recreational opportunities. For more information, call Southern Bay Homes at 948-3404 or visit www. southernbay.com. Lot/home package offered in Shadow Wood PreserveWCI adds ClubCorp privileges for members, residentsSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY Cypress Beauty Company has leased 1,350 square feet of retail space in units 42-43 at Marco Island Town Center, 1017 N. Collier Blvd. Doug Olson of LandQwest Commercial represented both the tenant and the landlord. Dunkin Donuts has leased 1,404 square feet of retail space in units 35-36 at Marco Island Town Center, 1017 N. Collier Blvd. Doug Olson of LandQwest Commercial represented both the tenant and the landlord. HydroPure LLC has purchased a twostory, 4,039-square-foot industrial condo at 2043-2045 Trade Center Way for $175,000 from John and Suzanne Soave, trustees. Fred Kermani of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/ Naples represented the seller. Jonathan Kepple from Royal Palm Realty of Naples represented the buyer. Island Sol LLC, dba Caribongo, has leased 800 square feet of retail space at Marco Town Center, 1017 N. Collier Blvd. Doug Olson of LandQwest Commercial represented both the tenant and the landlord. Jimmy Ps Butcher Shop & Deli Inc. has renewed its lease on 1,608 square feet of retail space at 4750 Enterprise Ave. from Jaime Arturo Torres and Beatriz Elena Mesa. Doris Taylor of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/ Naples brokered the transaction. Livingston/Veterans LLC has purchased a 2.16-acre parcel zoned C-1 commercial at the southeast corner of Livingston Road and Veterans Memorial Boulevard for $280,000 from BB&T Bank. Fred Kermani of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/Naples represented the seller. Andrew Saluan of AJS Realty Group represented the buyer. Minker Properties LLC has renewed it lease on 1,608 square feet of retail space at 4750 Enterprise Ave. from Jaime Arturo Torres and Beatriz Elena Mesa. Doris Taylor of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/Naples brokered the transaction. New England Financial has leased 111 square feet of office space at Newgate Executive Suites, 5100 Tamiami Trail N., from Executive Development Corp. Doris Taylor of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/Naples brokered the transaction. Persian Galleries has leased 9,908 square feet of retail space at Tower Plaza, 3650-3666 Tamiami Trail N., from Commercial Trust Real Estate Services Land Trust. Bill Young of CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers/ Naples brokered the transaction. Wind Tide of NC Inc. has leased 675 square feet of retail space in unit 45 at Marco Island Town Center, 1017 N. Collier Blvd. Doug Olson of LandQwest Commercial represented both the tenant and the landlord. TRANSACTIONS COURTESY PHOTOThe Jasmine COURTESY PHOTORECENTSPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY

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BROKER PARTICIPATION WELCOMED. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS REFERENCE SHOULD BE MADE TO THEDOCUMENTS 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.Cordobafrom the $410s Players Covefrom the $320s Moorgate Pointfrom the $300s Classics Estate Homesfrom over $1 millionMartiniquefrom the $490sCovington Placefrom the $660s Olfrom the $180s Alden Woodsfrom the $240s Lakoya$389,990 to over $1 millionVisit our Sales Center today. 8020 Grand Lely Drive, Naples, Florida 34113lely-resort.com (239) 793-2100 Lely Resort Realty, LLC, Exclusive Sales Agent, Licensed Real Estate Broker Saturday, April 16th& Sunday, April17thfrom 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.Tour de Lely This is it!Your opportunity to tour our collection of 32 brand new model homes at Lely Resort, winner ofCommunity and Clubhouse of the Year for three years in a row!Just pick up your model home tour map at our Sales Center, and stroll through the gorgeous designer decorated models of your choice. Join us for music and fun from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. at both Ol Village Center and The Players Club & Spa. Discover our incomparable lifestyle, with 3 championship golf courses, 4 resort-style clubhouses, 7 tennis courts, 9 fabulous neighborhoodsand luxury residences priced from the $180s to over $2 million. THIS DRAWING IS CONCEPTUAL ONLY AND FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF REFERENCE. IT SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS REPRESENTATION EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF THE FINAL SIZE, LOCATION OR DIMENSIONS OF ANY LOT OR BUILDING AREA. THE DEVELOPER EXPRESSLY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE ANY MODIFICATIONS, REVISIONS AND CHANGES IT DEEMS DESIRABLE IN ITS SOLE AND ABSOLUTE DISCRETION OR AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY LAW OR GOVERNMENTAL BODIES.Join us Sunday from 12-4pm at Ol for our Farmers Market.

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MARCO ISLANDS PREMIER PROPERTY From the estates private gated entry to its 293 foot seawall on open gulf waters with western views, this home exudes true quality and elegance...an architectural masterpiece! This home boasts 11,662 square feet of lavish interior living space which includes tra vertine marble oors with exquisite inlay designs and masterful wood craftsmanship throughout. 5 bedrooms suites, 6.3 baths, 4 replace s, elevator, exercise room, billiards room, movie theatre, wine room, sauna, spectacular entrance with 33 original hand painted d omed ceiling and dual staircase are a few of the many features of this stunning estate home. Relax on the expansive 7300+ multi tiered lanai and enjoy endless sunsets and majestic views of the Gulf of Mexico. Six balconies provide spectacular views and private, tranquil space. Moor your yacht along the 255 dock. Private website available for qualied buyers. Price upon request.Villa San MicheleMARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA MARINERS PALM HARBOR # 405 New construction in highly desirable south end of Marco! Walk to beach, water direct(no bridges) boat slips available! 3bd/3.5b a with den! over 3200SF under air with 5200SF deck completely around unit! Incredible views! Travertine oors, bamboo oor in den, state of the art kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances! Outdoor kitchen with granite counters, 2 garage spaces and BUILDER SAYS SELL! Price slashed to $ 1,099,000Over 15M in sales in the last 120 days! If you want SOLD on your property call the Rogers Team! www.Marcoareaexperts.com Cathy Rogers 239-821-7926 cathy@marcoareaexperts.com Phil Rogers 239-821-7924 phil@marcoareaexperts.com

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GRANDEZZA $309,000 Immaculate and move in ready 2nd oor 3 bedroom, 2 ba th condo overlooking the lake & golf course. This professionally dec orated residence is the former Oakwood Model, oered furnished. Built in 2004 w/2 car garage. Debra Gladchun 239 MOORINGS $295,000 Priced below assessed value! Fabulous locaon just acr oss from beach access. This 2BR/2BA condo in a small community has been updated & is turnkey furnished. Community pool over looks Moorings Bay. Perfect for casual Florida liv ing or vacaon getaway. Larry Bresnahan 239 GULFSIDE IN PARK SHORE$679,000 Fabulous view of Gulf & beach from this up dat ed 9th oor condo with le throughout, ren ovated kitchen & baths. Directly on the beach & close to Venean Village for ne dining & up scale shopping, Gulfside is well managed with sociable, friendly residents. Turnkey! Garry Moore 239 BANYAN WOODS $344,900 Striking & sparkling 3BR/2BA coach home. First oor unit has a 2 car g arage and le throughout. Lanai has a builtin electric grille. Features in clude eatin kitchen, walkin closet & elegant master bath. Convenient to community pool, clubhouse & more. Judy Price 239 OLDE NAPLES $999,999 Just a block from the beach on Fih Avenue South in Olde Naples, this drama c turnkey fur nished villa features 3BRs & a den, 2 1/2 BAs, a spacious living area, custom kitchen, private courtyard with pool and a garage. Barry Brown 239 VANDERBILT BEACH$949,000 Gorgeous Sunsets, Breathtaking Views & the Sound of the Surf! Upgraded & mec ulously main tained, this 7th oor 2BR 2BA beachfront unit is turnkey furnished and features over thirty ve feet of unob structed views of the Gulf. Barry Brown 239 DEL MAR CLUB $349,000 Across from the Gulf & Lowdermilk Park! Close to down town! Charming 2BR/2BA 1st oor cor ner unit overlooking pool & lush landscaping. Tile oors, plantaon shuers, new a/c & appli ances. Small, well maintained complex with on site manager. Furnished. Carole DiCupero 239 VILLAGE WALK OF BONITA SPRINGS $219,900 Oneofakind with only the nest upgrades & ap pointmen ts. This 3BR/3BA 2 story villa features a gourmet kitchen with granite & marble, crown mold ing, porcelain le, granite counter tops in baths & more. Private pool, 2 car garage plus DiVosta quality! B. Jean Adams 239 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1 4 Open Sunday 1 4 2500 Gulf Shore Blvd N, #N-2 5004 Rustic Oaks Cir, #102 9362 Gulfshore Dr, #703 510 2ND ST S, #102, Naples, FL 34102 JUST LISTED

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DAVID WILLIAM AUSTON, PA AMERIVEST REALTY | NAPLES, FL | 239.273.1376www.DavidNaples.com SW Gulf views. Over $300K in renovations. 2,076 sq ft. $1,329,000 in The Moorings. The Moorings Brand new luxury beachfront condos from $2.4 million and up Moraya Bay From $2 million in Park Shore to over $10 million in Port Royal Luxury Waterfront Call 239-280-5433 or visit www.DavidNaples.com Luxury high rise beachfront condos. Priced from $2 million + Bay Colony Rare pie-shaped lot. Approx 135 of waterfront. Quick access to the Gulf of Mexico. $2,499,000 Aqualane Shoresnaples luxury real estate Open Sun 1-4 2,873 sq ft. Rarely occupied 2nd oor coach home. Southwest golf course view. $649,500 at Mediterra Built in 2007. 3,925 living sq ft. Private lake views. $1,995,500 at Mediterra 3,786 sq ft. 4bed/4bath. Built in 2007. Private lake views. $1,999,999 at Mediterra 1.27 acre lot. golf/lake views. New 5bed/6bath. 10,262 total sq ft. $4,995,000 at Mediterra 2,876 sq ft. Offered furnished. Private preserve views. $599,900 at Mediterra Brand new. 7,316 total sq ft. 1 acre lot. 4bed/4bath. Offered at $2,750,000 at Mediterramediterra 2,505 sq ft. 1st oor 3+den/3 bath coach home with spectacular long lake views. $595,000 at Mediterra Build your custom Mediterra home on one of the few remaining lots. From $299,000 to over $1M Possibly the best home site available in Cabreo. 2,875 sq ft 3+Den/3.5bath $679,000 at Mediterra PENDING SOLD REDUCED $90K!Your Property Here!Call today to nd out more about the extensive and e ec ve marke ng services provided by David William Auston PA Open Sun 1-4Please visit my newly redesigned website! More user friendly and the best source for information on Naples Luxury Real Estate!

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550 5th Ave S., Naples, FL 34102 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker is a registered trademark licensed to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned And Operated By NRT LLC. THEGRANTGROUPFL. COMBest of Barefoot Beach4450 Bonita Beach Rd., Bonita Springs, FL 34134 550 5th Ave S. Naples, FL 34102 239-948-4450 BAREFOOT BEACH $10,999,999 Unique 8,000 sq home, 5BD/5BA with 2 halfbaths, stunning panoramic views of the Gulf LORETTA YOUNG 239 SOUTHPORT $2,495,000 Fabulous views from every room! 4car garage, 4 BD/4.5BA private boat dock and pool DOUG GRANT 239 COTTAGES AT BAREFOOT BEACH$2,795,000 Elegant Gulf front spacious 4BR+den/4BA with designer touches throughout DOUG GRANT 239 SOUTHPORT $1,195,000 Bayfront home at the end of a quiet culdesac, Spacious 5BD+Den, 3.5 Baths DOUG GRANT 239 SOUTHPORT $1,349,000 Dynamic 4BD+den/3BA bayfront pool home, newer boat dock with two lis DOUG GRANT 239 SOUTHPORT $2,295,000 Incredible and spacious bayfront home, over 6,000 sq. under air, pool/spa,steps to the beach! DOUG GRANT 239 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4SOUTHPORT $1,695,000 Charming 4BD/4BA home featuring stunning wide Bay views and Gulf access DOUG GRANT 239 BAREFOOT VILLAS $1,895,000 Luxurious beachfront villa 3BD/3BA end unit with 2 car garage DOUG GRANT 239 CHALMERS $2,195,000 4BR/4BA pool home. Owner nancing available. Spa, boat dock with li. DOUG GRANT 239 SOUTHPORT $1,895,000 Magnicent 4BD+Den, 3.5 baths, 2 master suites, gorgeous views DOUG GRANT 239 BAREFOOT BEACH CLUB $899,000 Fabulous gulf and bay views 3BR/3BA end unit, 2nd oor DOUG GRANT 239 GRANT GROUP Enjoy these open house opportunies! The Grant Group The #1 Team in Southwest Florida First class representaon for the acquision or sale of Southwest Florida Real EstateALSO OPEN.. Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4BAREFOOT BEACH CLUB $1,649,000 261 Barefoot Beach #304 3BR/3BA 3rd Floor DOUG GRANT 239 BAREFOOT BEACH CLUB $1,195,000 265 Barefoot Beach #604 2BR/2BA 6th Floor DOUG GRANT 239 BAREFOOT BEACH CLUB $749,900 262 Barefoot Beach #605 3BR/2BA 6th Floor DOUG GRANT 239 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4 Open Sunday 1-4 www.206SanMateoDr.com www.265ShellDr.com www.64SouthportCove.com www.41SouthportCove.com www.218MalibuCove.com www.211BayfrontDr.com No Open House Signs On Property No Open House Signs On Property No Open House Signs On Property

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J Cbt287-6732 Bn Cn370-8687 239-596-2520 3250 VILLAGEWALK CIRCLE, #101, NAPLES, FLORIDA STOP BY TO VIEW THESE AND OTHER PROPERTIES ISLANDWALK VANDERBILT BEACH LOCATION Causal Elegance 4BR,3.5BA, features both formal living and dinning, replace, custom moldings, and pool w/lake views! Pristine Condition. Furnishings Included! Shows Like New $499,000 TURNKEY PACKAGETown home offers 3BA,3BA and 2 car-garage! Great light and bright end unit offers freshly painted interior, new carpet ,and large screen lanai, FRESH and ready to move right in!! $239,900 Exquisite 4BR, 3.5BA, features totally renovated kitchen that would be a chefs dream with custom cabinetry, center Island, sub Zero refrigerator, top of the line Wolf appliances, granite counter, double ovens and more! The home also boast genuine hardwood oors, renovated master bath, private custom pool ,complete hurricane protection and much more! GREAT VALUE $549,000 MAKE OFFER TODAY! VILLAGE WALK VANDERBILT BEACH LOCATION3BR,2.5 BA plus den beauty has the WOW factor for its views. Outstanding Sunset and wide water views from inside and out! Original owners have taken pride in their seasonal home and it shines throughout. $375,000 The unique over-sized lot is only one of the fabulous features this 3BR,2.5 BA plus den has to offer. Upgraded throughout with tile in living areas, new stainless appliances, granite, private pool with lake view and more! $379,000 Oakmont 3BR,2.5BA,plus den spacious single family home features open oor plan with upgrades including private heated salt pool with lake views! Accordion Hurricane protection for entire home and much more! $377,000 Nicely appointed Oakmont model offers 3BR, 2.5BA plus den, tile throughout entire home, built-in entertainment center, and large screen lanai with lake views. Desirable location just steps from all amenities. $349,900 Turnkey Package Available Extra clean Oakmont with real wood oors, full hurricane protection"turn key" package available. $344,900 Lovely 2BR, 2BA with open oor plan lives like a single family home. Immaculate home offers tile in living areas, custom heated pool with lake views, hurricane shutters and more! $269,900 2/2 Extended Capri with custom Nassau pool and spa, new a/c and appliances. Spotless house in the middle of the community. $279,900 READY NOW! 3BR,2.5BA plus den EXTENDED Oakmont model offers 2181 under air! Pristine condition and ready now. Home is decorator ready and offers freshly painted neutral interior, granite, new carpet in bedrooms, 20" tile in living areas, NEW A/C, and complete hurricane protection! $349,900 The Manor, only 18 of these beauties were built in Village Walk. 4 plus den, 3 1/2 baths, 3 car, with pool. $589,000 The Glenwood is a 3 bedroom single family home. Features pool, granite in kitchen and master, 10 ft ceilings, hurricane shutters...more. $268,000 3BR, 2.5 Plus Den Very upgraded pool home on wide easement lot on quiet street. Not for the bargain hunter, but rather for the quality seeker. $449,900 PENDING PENDING PENDINGLuxury 3 BR, 2BA REGENT patio home. Pristine home offers tile through out, built-in entertainment center, newer A/C complete hurricane protection, and screened lanai with lake views. In-ground spa and additional landscaping. $284,900 NEW LISTING OTHER FINE NAPLES LOCATIONSCedar Hammock. Bundled Golf Course living at its nest! 3 plus den with bright Eastern exposure. $529,000 CEDAR HAMMOCK VILLAGE WALK CONTINUEDExtended 2BR,2BA lake view Capri offer 1680 sq ft of living space under air! Desirable oor plan features tile, built -in entertainment center, NEW A/C private southern facing pool with lake views! $259,000 $5,000 Decorator Credit2BR, 2BA Capri located large corner lot with abundance of privacy! Great investment opportunity! PRICE TO SELL! $205,000 SHORT SALE NEW LISTINGBeautiful lake and preserve views from this 2 plus den, 2 bath condo with 1 car garage. Low condo fees, 1st oor, great location near pool and entrance. Buy it now for $148,000 SHERWOOD NEW PRICE

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INTEGRITY EXPERTISE DIRECTION FOR REAL ESTATE AMERIVEST Realty www.GulfnGolfNaples.com, www.WigginsPass.com, www.Fosterteam.Listingbook.com, www.youtube.com/fosterteamnaples thefosterteam@comcast.netResidences of Pelican Isle, Open House Sunday, April 17 1-4pm'Download AT&T code or = scanner on your 'Smart phone' and read our QR code' Great Gulf views, 2677SF, 3/3, 2 lanais. $894,000 3+Den/3.5Ba. completely refurbished 2872SF end unit. $985,000 Dramatic 2677SF, elegant upgrades, beach/ Wiggins Pass views. $799,000 Walk into breathtaking views! Wood rs, Granite kit. 3/3. $889,000 Granite kit, wood/tile rs, direct Gulf of Mexico views, 3/3 2677SF. $874,900 Bright, spacious great room, w/ water views, 2 lanais, 2428SF. $749,000 "Best Buy Admiral" granite kit, end unit,3+Den/3.5Ba 2872SF. $895,000 Granite kit, new carpet, upgrades, spacious 2428SF, Views!. $779,000 Beautiful waterfront! New decor, 2677SF, 3/3. $799,000 2677SF, designer decorated, wood rs, Gulf/ Bay/River views. $849,900 3096 SF, lanais off living & Master suite, amazing views. $1,499,000. Marble rs, new granite kit, Gulf views, 3+Den/3.5Ba. $1,299,900 (W-10 $82,500) (W-31 $191,000) (N-79 $195,000) (N-25 $249,900) GENE FOSTER 239.253.8002 BRIDGETTE FOSTER 239.253.8001 Pelican Isle II #402 Pelican Isle III #403 Pelican Isle III #503 Pelican Isle III #602 Pelican Isle III #605 Pelican Isle III #702Pelican Isle III #906 Boat Slips Available Pelican Isle I #402 Pelican Isle II #201 Pelican Isle II #302 Pelican Isle II #303 Pelican Isle II #304

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Quail West Golf & Country Club is offered by Quail West Realty, LLC., a licensed r eal estate broker. Prices, features and availability subject to change without notice.Spacious residences with over 3,000 sq. Spectacular golf & lake views Care ee, maintenanceee living Debtee, member-owned Country Club A Quail West, Naples address 800sJust south of Bonita Beach Road on Bonita Grande 6289 Burnham Road, Naples FL 34119 QuailWest.com Luxury villas from the $800s B Y Fb Ntn... Mf Y Lrt St Q Wrt Opportunity isnt just knocking... its kicking in the door.Q Excellence has an address.

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Jacki Strategos SRES, G.R.I., e-Pro239-370-1222JStrategos@att.netwww.JackiStrategos.com Richard Droste Realtor239-572-5117rddsmd@comcast.netSeveral to choose from. Very large, Upgraded units. High ceilings, granite, 2 car garages. $238,500~$299,000 Hawthornes Lely Resort Seller Financing This beautiful property is zoned to capitalize on tax bene ts. Many residential homes on street.11441 Riggs Road $399,000 Like new, upgraded, large lanai w/pool & spa. 3 BR/2BA. Golf course view. $439,500Masters Reserve Lely Resort Agricultural 4.77 Acres Motivated Seller Buy short sales & foreclosures with con dence! Not associated with the government, and our service is not approved by the government or lenders. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit.(239) 498-3333 Foreclosure & Finance Center A Service of ONESource Real Estate Services Center BARGAIN PRICED HOMES FOR SALE This unit is at the Reserve at Naples. Foreclosure $58,900Low-Rise, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Second Floor Unit, 3 Floors Total, 744 Sq. Ft. under air, 826 total. PREMIUM LOCATION. STEPS TO POOL AND CLUBHOUSE. SPECTACULAR COMMUNITY AMENITIES WITH RESORT STYLE POOL, FITNESS, TENNIS, RACKETBALL, CLUBHOUSE. GATED COMMUNITY, LOW FEES. Doreen Vachon 643-0636Home Grown Girl!Resident in Naples since 1969 OWNER FINANCE OR LEASE OPTION 161 4th St. 3/2, tiled oors, updated kitchen/baths. New windows. Wrap around covered deck, carport, workshop/shed. $809 per month* $159,500*owner nance with 15%-20% down PITI, amortized over 30 years at 6% interest 3587 Bolero Way 3/2 garage, all updated, oversized lot backs up to golf course. $930 per month* $179,900 $10,000 Down, 6% Interest, Amortized over 20 years$143 per month* $29,900 Lot included in sales price co-op ownership. Newer home with carport, closed porch and decks around. 55+ community. BUILT IN 2002 2 bed plus den, 2 bath Carport, parking for 3 cars. Workshop shed and lanai. Quiet end of the road community with pool clubhouse. Recreation room, BBQ area. $97,400 $49,900 Classic Florida Todays LifestyleDistinctive homes, in a private, no fee setting, West of 41. www.GardenBeachBungalows.com open houseSunday 1 to 4692 94th North Naples $359,000 613 109th North Naples $459,000 628 106th North Naples $679,000For more info contact Barb Kennedy239.594.9689 or barb@KennedyDetails.comBrokers Protected Broker participation welcomed. Oral representation cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. Secoya Reserve Developed by Secoya, LLC and Black Bear Ridge Developed by Black Bear Ridge Naples, LLC member of the Stock Development family of Companies. The renderi ngs, designs and other depictions may be of locations or activities not on the property however, are based on current development plans and are for the purpose of illustration only and subject to change without notice. 239-514-2706 www.stockdevelopment.comSSingle family homes from $259,990.Located o Livingston Road on Veterans Memorial Blvd. approximately 2 miles north of Immokalee Road.3 decorated models now open BOTH SALES CENTERS NOW OPEN from $259,990 What buyers wantLOCATION QUALITY VALUEGrand Opening of Black Bear Ridge Saturday and Sunday, April 16th-17th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Single family homes from $329,990.Located on Vanderbilt Beach Road, east of I-75 and west of 951 north on Buckstone.3 decorated models now open Grand Opening of 3 Decorated Models at Black Bear Ridge This Weekend!Join us this weekend as we unveil three gorgeous designer decorated models at Black Bear Ridge. Come see the level of detail and quality of construction that youll nd only in a Stock community. Black Bear Ridge offers spacious homes ranging in size from 2,062 to 3,172 square feet under air. Both single-story and two-story designs with courtyards are available, with two to ve bedroom options and up to three and one-half baths. While youre in the area, be sure to also visit Secoya Reserve. In North Naples, only Stock gives you brand new construction with more value, more features and more choices than any other homebuilder. On-site sales centers open daily.

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A NEW COLLECTION OF EXCELLENCE. A TRUE TRIBUTE TO NAPLES. $$ Airport Pulling Road, north of Golden Gate Parkway in the heart of Naples. Naples premier address can now be yours with new villa designs from the $ 900 s. Villas of Estuary Priced at $1,699,000 furniture neg. MORE THAN 20 MOVE-IN READY HOMES AVAILABLE TO TOURGREY OAKS IS OFFERED BY GREY OAKS REALTY, INC., A LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER. PRICES, FEATURES AND AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. The Estates Priced at $1,699,000 PRICE ADJUSTED Terra Verde Priced at $849,000 Priced at $1,375,000La Residence NEW LISTING

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Danielle N. Smith, PA www.peakrlty.com151 Shorecrest Ct. | Marco Island Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with great room, study, formal dining room, screened lanai and 80 of water frontage. 1025 5th St. South | Old Naples New 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with gourmet kitchen, elevator, granite countertops, New Price: $874,500 $769,000 New Price: $2,640,000 $2,299,000950 8th St. South | Old Naples New fully furnished home with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, spiral staircase, gourmet New Price: $2,750,000 $2,499,000768 Bluebonnet Ct. | Marco Island Newly constructed 3 bedroom + study, 2 bath and 2-car garage home with canal acNew Price: $907,500 $799,000 OPEN HOUSES Friday-Sunday from 1-4pm DRASTICALLY REDUCED NEW HOME PRICES Completely Furnished Water Frontage!755 Southern Pines Dr. | Naples 4 bedroom, 3 bath Park Shore home with 2 separate living rooms, large bedrooms, newer roof, pool & fenced-in backyard. List Price: $525,000 13 Sabre Lane, Naples | Port Royal Charming Bermuda style range home for rent with 2 bedrooms, 4 baths, den, 2-car garage, private pool and beach access. Rental Price: $6,500/month Visit your new house today!www.OpenHouseSWFL.comThe rst stop to nding your new house!OpenHouse Southwest Florida lists the open houses for any given day in Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero. Customize your search by choosing location, living area, price range and more, quickly and easily.We make nding your new home easy!The Of cial Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero REALTORS Website Mary H. Raymond(239) 269-6105 www.maryraymond.com maryraymond@comcast.net LECIEL VENETIAN TOWERViews that you cant forget!! This fantastic 2+den, 3 baths, and 2 car garage is perfect for your enjoyment in Naples. Amenities galore! Price Reduced for contract now.Now $1,750,000 ALVAOn Caloosahatchee River with dock and two lovely porches. 4+den, 3 baths and built in 2002. Horse stable in community. Everything at your ngertips.Now $649,999 PERDIDO KEYFantastic condo on the beach in the Panhandle. Use for your enjoyment and has a great rental history. Owner offering free trip to Italy to buyer. Dont miss out! $249,000 PARK SHORE RESORTGreat 2/2 condo with resort style living. One unit on 1st and one on 2nd oor. Keep for yourself or rent too. All remodeled for your pleasure. Reduced to $179,500 GULF COAST INNThis condo/hotel has been updated to the 9s. Granite counter and furniture is included. Owner offering nancing, too!!! Dont miss this chance. Asking $80,000 Pristine Turnkey 2/2 in Cypress Trace. Priced for quick sale. Sarah Hoag, CRS, GRI, RealtorAmerivest Realty | 500 5th Ave. South | Naples,FL www.sarahhoag.com | 239-293-5652GOLFERS DELIGHT $119,900 A REAL GEM $99,900 GREAT VALUE $124,900 JUST FOR YOU $139,900 FOXFIRE VERANDAH $265,000 NEW TO MARKET $149,900Beautiful turnkey furnished 2BR 2BA unit with water views in Fox re CC. New roof, new A/C, electric hurricane shutters. 27 holes championship golf included.Call Sarah Today! TASTEFULLY ELEGANT $314,900 Elegant 3 BR 2 BA pool home located in Fox re CC. New roof, newer A/C, kitchen. Family room off kitchen. 27 holes championship golf & own your own golf cart! Fox re rst oor 2BR, 2BA turnkey furnished golf condo. New hot water heater, newer appliances, golf included. Gated community, close to downtown 5th Avenue. Dont miss this 2 BR 2 BA townhouse with new kitchen (2009), new half-bath (2009), crown molding, ceramic tile ooring. Riviera golf course across the street. Second oor golf view condo has it all! New A/C, appliances, kitchen counters, tile oor. Hurricane sliders. 27 holes golf included Top oor 2BR 2BA Countryside end unit. New A/C and new kitchen appliances. Golf course views. Call today for an appointment. Rare top oor end unit, 2 BR plus den. New A/C, new guest bath vanity, new washer & dryer, Hurricane shutters, one car garage. Own your own golf cart! 27 holes championship golf included.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB30 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 41 41 41Bonita Springs Bonita SpringsNaplesImmokalee RoadLivingston RoadBonita Beach Road3 Oaks PkwyCoconut RdOld U.S. 41Old U.S. 41Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Blvd. Davis BlvdCollier Blvd Collier Blvd Airport Pullimg RdGulf Shore Blvd.Park Shore Dr. Rattlesnake Hammock Road Goodlette Frank RoadVanderbilt Beach Road Radio Road Marco Island Florida Weeklys Open Houses Open Houses are Sunday 1-4, unless otherwise markedCourt $1,175,000 Pr emier SIR Harriet Harnar 273-5443 30 PARK SHORE ESPLANADE CLUB 4551 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #1701 $1,195,000 Pr emier SIR Phy llis ODonnell 269-6161 31 BONITA BAY AZURE 4931 Bonita Bay Blvd. #303 $1,250,000 Pr emier SIR Cathy/Jim McC ormick 850-4278 32 PARK SHORE MERIDIAN CLUB 4901 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #1004 $1,275,000 Pr emier SIR Michael Lawler 571-3939 33 SOUTHPORT 41 Southport Cove $1,299,000 201 San Mateo Drive $1,495,000 218 San Mateo Drive $1,695,000 213 San Mateo Drive $1,895,000 64 Southport Cove $2,295,000 206 San Mateo Drive $2,459,000 Doug Grant 239-8600005, The Grant Group/Coldwell Banker 34 BAYFRONT GARDENS 211 Bayfront Drive $1,495,000 Doug Grant 239-860-0005, The Grant Group/ Coldwell Banker 35 ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS 1485 Anhing a Pointe From $1,499,000 Pr emier SIR C all 239-261-3148 Mon. Sat. 9-5 and Sun. 11-5 36 VANDERBILT BEACH BEACHMOOR 9051 Gulfshore Drive #PH-3 $1,499,000 Pr emier SIR St acie Ricci 777-5983 37 MOORINGS 540 Ketch Drive $1,595,000 Pr emier SIR Vir ginia/Randy Wilson 450-9091 38 PELICAN BAY PELICAN BAY WOODS 725 Teal Court $1,695,000 Pr emier SIR A drienne Young 825-5369 REDUCED39 GREY OAKS ESTUARY 1528 Marsh Wren Lane $1,799,000 Pr emier SIR J eri Richey 269-2203 40 OLD NAPLES 877 7th Street South $1,799,000 Premier SIR Marty/Debbi McDermott 564-4231 41 BAREFOOT VILLAS 135 Barefoot Circle $1,895,000 Doug Grant 239-860-0005, The Grant Group/ Coldwell Banker 42 PELICAN BAY ST. RAPHAEL 7117 Pelican Bay Blvd. #1105 $1,945,000 Pr emier SIR J ean Tarkenton 595-0544.43 ROYAL HARBOR 2192 Kingfish Road $1,995,000 Premier SIR Is abelle Edwards 564-4080 >$2,000,00044 OLD NAPLES 1025 5th St. South $2,299,000 Peak Realty Partners 213-0900 45 OLD NAPLES 188 North Lake Drive $2,350,000 Premier SIR Trey Wilson 595-4444 46 OLD NAPLES 266 Central Avenue $2,495,000 Premier SIR Carolyn Weinand 269-5678 47 AQUALANE SHORE 2201 Forrest Lane $2,499,000 David William Auston 239-273-1376, Amerivest Realty 48 OLD NAPLES 950 8th St. South $2,499,000 Peak Realty Partners Monica Fracci-Small 440-823-500649 VANDERBILT BEACH MORAYA BAY 11125 Gulfshore Drive From $2,500,000 Premier SIR Call 239-5145050 Mon. Sat. 10-5 and Sun. 12-5 50 COTTAGES AT BAREFOOT BEACH 265 Shell Drive $2,795,000 Doug Grant 239-860-0005, The Grant Group/Coldwell Banker >$3,000,00051 MOORINGS 3139 Leeward Lane $3,490,000 Premier SIR Dave/Ann R enner 7845552 >$6,000,00052 PORT ROYAL 3999 Rum Row $6,950,000 Premier SIR Celine Van Arsdale 404-9917 53 GREY OAKS ESTUARY 1275 Osprey Trail $6,975,000 Premier SIR Call 239-261-3148 >$10,000,00054 BAREFOOT BEACH 110 Guadeloupe Drive $10,999,999 Loretta Young 239-450-5022, The Grant Group/Coldwell Banker>$200,0001 VILLAGE WALK 3250 Village Walk Circle Ste #101 low $200,000s to mid $400,000s Illustrated Properties Real Estate, Inc. Call 239-5 96-2520 Mon. Fri. 11-4 and Sat. Sun. 11-4 2 BONITA BAY GREENBRIAR 4120 Bayhead Drive #105 $249,000 Carol Wood/Claire McMahon 822-3709 Premier Sothebys International Realty NEW LISTING 3 BONITA BAY HARBOR LANDING 4511 Riverwatch Drive #101 $278,000 Premier SIR Linda Sonders 860-0119 4 MOORINGS YACHT HARBOR 2500 Gulf Shore Blvd N, #N-2 $295,000 Larry Bresnahan 239-250-4452, Coldwell Banker >$300,0005 BANYAN WOODS 5004 Rustic Oaks Circle, #102 $344,900 Judy Price 239-595-5000, Coldwell Banker 6 GARDEN BEACH BUNGALOWS NORTH NAPLES 692 94th Avenue $359,000 613 109th Avenue $459,000 628 106th Avenue $679,000 Kennedy Details Barb Kennedy 239.594.9689 Sunday 1 to 4 Broker Protected 7 MOORINGS COQUINA CLUB 3200 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #406 $399,000 Premier SIR Meghan Reed 825-0736 >$400,0008 THE STRADA AT MERCATO Located just North of Vanderbilt Beach Rd on US 41 From $400s Premier SIR Call 239-5949400 Mon. Sat. 10-8 and Sun. 12-8 9 LEMURIA 7172 Lemuria Circle #1602 Prices from the mid $400s. Premier SIR Tom Gasbarro 404-4883. Open Mon. Fri. 10-4 and Sat. Sun. 1-4 10 PARK SHORE VENETIAN COVE CLUB 3500 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #304 $450,000 Premier SIR Pat Duggan 216-1980 11 PARK SHORE PARK SHORE LANDINGS 305 Park Shore Drive #213 $499,000 Premier SIR Larry Roorda 860-2534 >$500,00012 PARK SHORE 755 Southern Pines Dr. $525,000 Peak Realty Partners Amelia Thompson 450-0852 13 THE CROSSINGS MILL RUN 1913 Manchester Circle $549,000 Premier SIR Amy Kodak 487-0027 14 BONITA BAY ESPERIA AND TAVIRA 26951 Country Club Drive New construction from the mid $500s. Premier SIR Call 239.495.1105 Mon. Sat. 10-5 and Sun. 12-5 15 MEDITERRA 29140 Brendisi Way, #201 $599,900 David William Auston 239-273-1376, Amerivest Realty >$600,00016 PARK SHORE ALLEGRO 4031 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. #3D $685,000 Premier SIR Bernie Garabed 571-2466 17 WYNDEMERE LODGINGS 161 Edgemere Way South $689,000 Premier SIR Kathryn Hurvitz 659-5126 18 BANYAN WOODS 4896 Rustic Oaks Circle $699,000 Premier SIR Linda Ohler 649-8026>$700,00019 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE 280 Grande Way Starting in the $700s. Premier SIR Call 239-594-1700 Mon. Sat. 10-5 and Sun. 12-5 20 BAREFOOT BEACH CLUB 262 Barefoot Beach #605 $749,000 265 Barefoot Beach #604 $1,195,000 261 Barefoot Beach Blvd. #304 $1,649,000 Doug Grant 239-8600005 The Grant Group/Coldwell Banker 21 PELICAN ISLE YACHT CLUB CONDOS 435 Dockside Drive $749,000 to $1,499,000 Bridgette Foster 239-253-8001 Amerivest Realty22 BONITA BAY ESPERIA SOUTH 4951 Bonita Bay Blvd. #601 $795,000 Pr emier SIR Carol J ohnson/Ginger Lickley 948-4000 23 MARCO ISLAND 768 Bluebonnet Ct. $799,000 Peak Realty Partners John Schultz 239-961-4951 >$900,00024 VANDERBILT BEACH SEAWATCH 9362 Gulfshore Drive, #703 $949,999 Barry Brown 239-598-2257, Coldwell Banker 25 VANDERBILT BEACH ESTATES 213 Channel Drive $999,900 Premier SIR Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 287-7921 26 OLDE NAPLES 510 2nd Street South, #102 $999,999 Barry Brown 239-598-2257, Coldwell Banker >$1,000,00027 AQUA 13675 Vanderbit Drive (take Wiggins Pass Road to Vanderbilt Drive) Priced from the low $1,000,000s Premier SIR Call 239-591-2727 Open Mon. 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Heres to the Wine TastersAnother successful fundraiser, and more great events around town. C29, 31 & 33 Artists Among UsMeet expressionist painter Mally Khorasantchi. C9 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYARTS & ENTERTAINMENTA GUIDE TO THE NAPLES ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SCENE CSECTIONWEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011A new ThornJames W. Halls reluctant hero returns in Silencer. C25 BROUGHT TO YOU BY: InsideHigh-Rises at Bonita Bay 495-1105 Estuary at Grey Oaks 261-3148 The Strada at Mercato 594-9400 The Village261-6161 The Gallery659-0099 Old Naples434-2424 North Naples594-9494 Promenade948-4000 Fifth Avenue643-3445 Marco Island642-2222 Rentals262-4242 ERIC RIEMENSCHNEIDER WAS ONLY 9 OR 10 when he saw the giant faces. His mother took him to the Akron Art Institute to see an exhibit of Chuck Close paintings and Duane Hanson sculptures. It was a Chuck Close portrait of a lady, and (it was so big) you could see the pores on her face, he recalls. The piece was like 10 feet high And Duane Hanson (with his lifesized sculpture of) a chubby lady in curlers in the mumu. These people were scattered all around the gallery. It was the coolest thing Id ever seen in my life. In retrospect, he realizes it was a pivotal moment for him. In my journey in art, that was one of those moments that changed me, he says. Now Mr. Riemenschneider is celebrating another milestone: his one-man One thing that quickly becomes apparent in listening to Yannis new CD, The Truth of Touch, is that with several songs, this isnt the same lush and pastoral music that prompted many to call him an originator of new age music. Voyager, Flash of Color and especially Vertigo display a new rhythmic heft that Yanni, who performs at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, has rarely brought to his music. Yes, its very dominant, he says. The rhythmic content of the album is definitely more assertive, a little more Westernized than I normally do. I just felt like it. It was time. I just wanted to kick some butt. Can you print that? Just did, actually. But dont panic, Yanni fans. Kicking butt Yanni-style is a far kinder and gentler proposition than kicking butt in a Metallica sort of way. Consider it moreWhen Yanni kicks butt, its kinder, gentler... one face at a time PAINTING AMERICABY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ oridaweekly.com RIEMENSCHNEIDER SEE YANNI, C20 SEE AMERICA, B4 BY ALAN SCULLEY____________________Special to Florida WeeklyCOURTESY PHOTOYanni newThorn

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC2 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 (239) 263-8881 320 13th Ave. South, Naples, FL 34102Clara Williams Company Magnetic Necklaces Enjoy Patio Dining for Breakfast and Lunch.1209 3rd Street South(Behind Concierge Gazebo)(239) 261-2253 Daily 8:00am 5:00pm Breakfast & Lunch: Mon-Fri All-Day Weekend Brunch Happy Hour 3 5pmwww.janesnaples.com The sassy advice columnist at online site The Rumpus recently responded to a request from a young reader. What would you tell your 20-something self if you could talk to her now? she asked. Stop worrying about whether youre fat, the columnist wrote. Youre not fat. Or rather, youre sometimes a little bit fat, but who (cares)? There is nothing more boring and fruitless than a woman lamenting the fact that her stomach is round. Feed yourself. Literally. The sort of people worthy of your love will love you more for this, sweet pea. Like most people, I have hordes of complexes, but my body has stayed out of my realm of worries. There is such complexity to the female form, such variation of height, size and constitution that it seems like wasted effort to worry about what we might or might not have. Plus, my body has been the same for years. Sure, I put on a pound or two in my freshman year of college a minor version of the freshman 15 and Ive lost a few pounds dur-Working on my jaay fond SANDY DAYS, SALTY NIGHTS artisHENDERSON sandydays@floridaweekly.com Its because Im getting fat, I joked. He nodded, very serious. You are, he said. But it looks nice on you...ing moments of crisis, regular gym attendance or my brief vegetarian phase, but on the whole, my body has remained unchanged. All this to say I was surprised by a certain roundness that came over me during a recent stint abroad. I had been sick for weeks, wracked with the kind of intestinal troubles that turn a persons guts inside out. Id come off these episodes weak and emaciated, as if I had squandered all of my body fat reserves. Then, between bouts of fever and vomiting, Id eat. Rice. Bread. Sticks of butter. I ate chicken cooked in palm oil and sandwiches slathered with mayonnaise. When my friends worried about our rich diet, I waved off their concerns. My body never changes, I said. But then my system adjusted to the local environment. I stopped spending my nights hunched over the toilet bowl. I still ate. After three months, I developed a fine, round posterior. A jaay fond in local parlance. A big booty. I noticed a thickness not just in my butt, but everywhere. My arms felt heavier. My bosom took on a certain weight. My belly curved out in a way it hadnt before, and I could pinch the fat around my waist in solid handfuls.In the midst of this sudden corpulence, I made plans to see a former colleague. I found a pair of trousers in the back of my closet, pants I had not worn for months. I managed to hike them up my thighs, and it took a lot of tugging to get them over the hump of my backside. But a 3-inch gap stretched across my stomach, and I knew the butt on would never reach the buttonhole on the other side of my wide, white belly. I put on a dress instead.My colleague smiled when he saw me. You look good, he said. He squeezed my elbow. Better than before. Its because Im getting fat, I joked. He nodded, very serious. You are, he said. But it looks nice on you.Well. At least theres that. Heres to the jaay fond lovers of the world. e ague. I f ound f trousers in of my clos t s t r r I man ik e t h em h i gh s, an d lot o f t ug g et them over p of my bac ka 3-inc h g ap d across m y and I knew tt on w ou ld a c h t h e b u to n t he o t he r my wide, l ly. I put on a t ea d. l e ag ue smi l e d s aw m e Y o u d he said. He d m y e lb ow. h an before. c ause Im g et I j oked o dded, very You ar e, Bu t it l oo ks ou. At l e a st h at He re s aay fon d of th e

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC4 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 show of oil paintings at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in downtown Fort Myers. Titled America and touted as a collection of large-scale portraits that depict the beauty and complexity of the everyday man, the exhibit runs through April 23.A people personI always loved people, he says. There was something about faces, drawing faces. In school, hed draw portraits of his teachers and classmates in the margins of his notes. But it took Mr. Riemenschneider a while to find his way to art. Right after high school, he studied premed, but then dropped out of college. It wasnt until he was 30 years old, with a wife, a baby and another on the way, that he decided to study art. He went to the Ringling College of Art & Design in Sarasota and graduated with a BFA in illustration. I was a non-traditional student, he says. I was paying my own way. I had my eyes open. I was there to sponge up as much information as I could. There was a variety of ages in the classes, he says, but there was one constant: Everyone was there for the same reason: be as creative as they could be, and bring everything they had every day. Shawn Barber, one of his professors, did a series of realistic portraits of tattoo artists and moved out to Los Angeles. I look at him as a mentor, Mr. Riemenschneider says. I didnt copy his style, but his work ethic. He would come in the next day with this completed painting that he hadnt started until the end of the (previous) school day. I realized that I had that same ability to just commit to the work and do what I know and not question it. When he decided to go to art school, he applied for and won a Robert Rauschenberg Scholarship from BIG ARTS on Sanibel Island. Years before, as a waiter at the Captiva Art Caf, he had met the acclaimed artist. He was just a regular dude. He was a genius, he says about Mr. Rauschenberg. It was a little bit like meeting the Wizard of Oz from behind the curtain. It demystified the whole world of art to me, and made it very approachable. I think just seeing that he used the same wood, the same paint that I could buy, a lot of the same stuff, made me think: Oh, so I just have to do it. My wife Katie kicked my butt and said, Go to Ringling and follow your dreams. After graduating, he did graphic design for a few years before he started painting portraits. I know all these characters, and I mean that in the best way, he says. People with personality. Not pretty, perfect people. Theyre comfortable in their own skin. People that arent in magazines or on the covers. I think theyre cool because of whats inside them, and some of it comes out in their expressions. So he did a portrait of Jose, who cleans classrooms at Lexington Middle School, where Mr. Riemenschneider teaches art. (Last year he was named Teacher of the Year in Lee County, received an Angel of the Arts Award for Teacher of the Year, and was a Golden Apple Teacher of Distinction.) Sometimes Jose would stop by his classroom and watch him paint after school, until it dawned on Mr. Riemenschneider: I need to paint him! He calls the work My Friend, because thats what Jose always calls him. Then theres Sheldon, whose wife is the Riemenschneiders postal carrier. Sheldon came to the house to buy their refrigerator. My wife saw him and said, My husbands going to want to paint you. He said, Thats cool. Sheldon shows a man in a steelblue shirt and a long, white beard that reaches to the middle of his chest. That beard has a personality all its own, Mr. Riemenschneider says. Its not Santa. Its just cool. Hes painted old friends, students, people hes run into and finds interesting. Hes painted Jupiter One, a band from Brooklyn. Humphrey, the man with brown cap, green hoodie, earrings and a cigarette tucked behind one ear, is the roommate of a friend from Ringling.No jokeMr. Riemenschneider started out painting landscapes. But then he realized that peoples faces are landscapes. Im looking for these organic shapes, to make it not only dimensional, a topography, but more of a landscape of an actual face, he says. I have to create that landscape in the face, the cool, organic shapes. I have to look for the patterns in the face that make it more fun for me to paint, so its not just a flat thing. The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is an ideal place for his work, because the large space allows viewers to look at the paintings close up but also across a large expanse. There arent many spaces in our town like that, he says. I wanted to get into a space that would be comparable to a metropolitan gallery. On opening night, which was April Fools Day, he set up a telescope and focused it on a postage-sized self portrait hanging above the entrance of the art center. It was my own little joke, he says. Ive got all these huge portraits, and mines the size of a postage stamp! The first viewers were also the recipients of a practical joke: Mr. Riemenschneider had put graphite on the perimeter of the eyepiece.More than one showAmerica contains a show within a show; in the back room, Mr. Riemenschneider has assembled seven mixedmedia pieces in a mini-show he calls America Eats. Some of the pieces are a commentary on our fast food society. Theyre intriguing, but its the portraits in the main exhibit that captivate, that hold your gaze, staring right back at you. Some of the heads even seem to have a slight aura around them. The next step: showing abroad, something Mr. Riemenschneider is working on with friends in Germany and Holland. America in Europe makes a lot more sense than America in America, he says. Im gonna keep painting as long as Im alive, he asserts. Im putting myself out there. Cool stuff happens. You just have to show up. AMERICAFrom page C1 >>America: Portraits by Eric Riemenschneider >> When: through April 23 >> Where: The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, 2301 First St., Fort Myers >> Cost: $5 suggested donation >> Info: (239) 337-1933 or www.sbdac.com in the know >> No Snitches, 36-by-80 inches This is see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil; or I didnt hear nothing, I didnt see nothing, Im not saying nothing. Its the rst painting of the series. It set it all in motion. I felt great about it and then had to do more. They were three students who gave me a rash: Don, Gabriel and Dion. They were as thick as thieves. They would come in and sleep I made them draw, in spite of themselves. I managed to get under their skin and get them infected with art, and they turned out being my best students I nally told them I wanted to paint them. I said, All right, Dion, Don and Gabe, were going to do that whole see no evil thing. It was totally random, but they just instinctively did what was their character. Don is the pretty boy; he covered up his eyes. Gabriel never talked at all, or if he did, it was a whisper; he covered up his ears. And Dion, with his hand over his mouth, he always had the scoop on everyone. He was the player. It was priceless. They all graduated from high school. They all kept in contact with me. Dion is into designing T-shirts. >> Annie, 36-by-36 inches I spent hours working on this face. Its the pose in The Scream by Edvard Munch. On opening night of the show, so many people were getting their photo taken standing next to this one, in the same pose, doing the scream. Annie is one of my students. Shes an original. She doesnt care what anyone thinks. Thats tough in middle school. She has a great personality, is super outgoing. >> Bobby, 80-by-72 inches I met him randomly, at a gas station. He had this beautiful hair that was wild and big and uffy. His hair had more personality than you could put on paper It was more of a fate thing. It was just me seizing the moment. Im thankful for my iPhone, because I have my portfolio on it in high de nition. I said to him, This sounds crazy, but Im a painter, I want to paint you. Dont freak out, look. And I started ipping through some of my pieces. Then I had him. He knew I wasnt some crazy dude hitting on him. And now were friends. He didnt see the painting until the opening. He teared up. He had no idea it was going to be 7 feet tall. It would make anybody stop, to see themselves like that. It was awesome.

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Rabbit Hole By The Naples Players in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community Theatre through April 23. 263-7990 or www.naplesplayers.org. Rumors By The Naples Players at the Sugden Community Theatre April 20-May 15 at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or www.naplesplayers.org. King O the Moon By Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers, through April 24. 332-4488 or www.floridarep. org. Suit My Heart By Florida Gulf Coast University Theatre Lab and Footsteps to the Future through April 17 in the Theatre Lab at FGCU. 590-7268. Symphony Final Performance The Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra presents MasterWorks #5, the last performance of its 2010-11 50th Anniversary Season, at 8 p.m. April 16 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. Maestro Michael Hall discusses the program at 7 p.m. 418-1500 or www. swflso.org. Pops Sounds The Naples Philharmonic Orchestra performs Pops No. 4: Viva Italia! at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts through April 17. 597-1900. Thursday, April 14 Art & Dance Visit artist studios, participate in or watch dance instruction and enjoy live entertainment from 5-8 p.m. at The Promenade at Bonita Bay. 261-6161. Tango Time Tango with the stars of Opera Naples at Loft 59 nightclub beginning at 7 p.m. $45 single, $75 couple. 514-7464 or www.OperaNaples. org. A Stand-Up Guy Comedian Ralphie May takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 481-4849 or www. bbmannpah.com. More Laughs Mike Vecchione performs tonight through Sunday at the Off The Hook Comedy Club on Marco Island. 389-6900. Country Music Miranda Lambert performs with Justin Moore and Josh Kelley at 7:30 p.m. at Germain Arena. (800) 745-3000. Thursdays on Third Enjoy music and more from 6-9 p.m. throughout the Third Street South Shopping District. 261-8936. Evening on Fifth The Fifth Avenue area comes alive with music from 6:30-9:30 p.m. 435-3742. Friday, April 15 Art Scholars The opening reception and awards presentation for the 40th annual Jade N. Riedel Scholarship Competition begins at 5:30 p.m. at The von Liebig Art Center. 262-6517 or www.naplesart.org. Student Musicians The Naples Music Club showcases its scholarship winners in the final program of the 2011 Fifth Third Bank Erich Kunzel Community Concert Series at 7 p.m. in the auditorium at Edison State CollegeCollier Campus. $10 adults, $5 students. www.BayshoreCAPA.org. Sunset Jazz Jazz violinist Doug Cameron performs with David Johnson, Bill Peterson and Jim Gasior at the Alliance of the Arts in Fort Myers at 8 tonight and Saturday. $20. 936-2787 or www.artinlee.org. Saturday, April 16 Eggsactly! Waterside Shops hosts an egg hunt and morning of fun with the Easter Bunny from 9-11 a.m. www.watersideshops.com. Pet Blessings Rev. Richard Rogers conducts a blessing of the animals from 9-11 a.m. at Unity of Naples, 2000 Unity Way. Bring your pet in a carrier or on a leash, or bring a picture of your pet. 775-3009, ext. 111. Harvest Time The Immokalee Harvest Festival starts at 10:30 a.m. and includes a parade and lots of food, entertainment and fun. 657-3237 or ecoc@comcast.net. Shirley Street 16 Visit the galleries and meet the artists at 5760 and 5850 Shirley St. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Sunday. 249-2205. See story on page C12. Psychic Fair Island Dance Academy on Marco Island hosts a psychic fair from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with minireadings, healing sessions, vendors and more. 949-3387. Comedy Night Bubba & Belles Hillbilly Wedding, a comedy dinner/ dance to benefit the Wishing Well Foundation, starts at 6:30 p.m. in the parish hall at San Marco Catholic Church on Marco Island. $35 in advance, $45 at the door. 293-8089. World Of Art The Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs presents Arts Worldwide from noon-4 p.m. at The Promenade at Bonita Bay. Enjoy a day of art and culture from around the world. 495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org. Sunday, April 17 Paddle On The sixth annual Paradise Coast Paddlers Club Kayak Festival takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Isles of Capri. 262-6149 or www. paradisecoastpaddlers.com. All That Jazz The Naples Botanical Garden presents The Lew Delgatto-Dan Miller Quartet from 2-4 p.m. 643-7275 or www.naplesgarden.org. Complete Oratio The Bach Ensemble performs Handels Messiah at 3 p.m. at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Marco Island. $25. www.thebachensemble.org. COURTESY PHOTOSweet Art Gallery hosts the opening reception for Pets in Paradise from 6-9 p.m. Friday, April 15. Included in the new exhibit are Madelon Gorskys Lover Boy, above left, and Moon Over Heart, right. Well-behaved canine companions are welcome to accompany their owners. Adoptable pets from Brookes Legacy Animal Rescue will be on hand, as will representatives from Camp Bow Wow, doggie fashions from Kiwi Couture and treats from Top Dog Kitchen. Sweet Art Gallery is at 2054 Trade Center Way, North Naples. Call 597-2110 or visit www. thesweetartgallery.com. Marquis Bench in cedar wood by Chad Jensen of Naples is among 44 pieces by 26 artists juried into the inaugural Naples International Contemporary Crafts Exhibition on display through June 15 at Longstreth Goldberg Art, 5640 Taylor Road. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and also by appointment. 514-2773 or www.plgart.com.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC8 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 NAPLES | 8860 TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH 239.596.6662 Make your EASTER RESERVATIONS Today! Easter April 24 Administrative Professionals Week April 24-30 Nurse Appreciation Week May 6-12 Mothers Day May 8 Graduations Communions Its Springtime...Youve got some celebrating to do NEW Baked Ziti! Mr. Parrishs Rudy is idealistic, loving, conflicted. It takes a long time to build up to it, but his closing monologue a state of the family speech to an empty chair symbolizing their late father is funny and poignant.The entire play takes place in the Pazinskis backyard. And set designer Robert Wolin has given us a highly realistic one. Beyond a fence is the rest of the neighborhood the nosey neighbors house and, almost in dead center, the dome and stained-glass windows of the Catholic church, which stands as a silent sentinel and overshadows everything this family does.King O the Moon has moments of humor and moments of sweetness and, though set in upstate New York, should appeal to Southwest Floridas many Midwestern transplants and snowbirds. It portrays a family in transition living in a nation in transition. It also demonstrates that sometimes, when you reach for the moon, you dont have to settle for stars. Sometimes you can grasp the very thing you want. Son Rudy (Jason Parrish), whos studying t o be a priest (he made a deathbed pr omise to his dad), has gone AWOL from seminary and arrives home after participating in his first anti-war demonstration. Meanwhile, his brother, Eddie (Jacob Womack), whos just gone through boot camp, is about to be shipped out to Vietnam. Eddies pregnant wife, Maureen (Rachel Lomax), was formerly one of the neighborhoods easy girls, which upsets Rudy and Eddies sister, Annie (Claire K. Guy), whos having marital problems. The fourth sibling is Georgie (Adam Jones), whos developmentally challenged. Everyone looks after him. Their mother, Ellen (Carrie Lund) watches over them all with patience and exasperated love. And, unknown to the kids, she and her late husbands best friend, Walter (Mark Chambers), who works in the family tavern, have been dating. He wants to marry her. Theres lot going on, but its easy to follow, because Mr. Dudzick breaks up the action into short scenes and doesnt get too deep. This isnt All My Sons. It also isnt August: Osage County, which was the Reps previous offering. Both are family dramas, but the plays couldnt be more unalike in tone and approach. King O the Moon is more light-hearted fare, simple and sweet. Mr. Dudzick has been called the Catholic Neil Simon, and I could agree with that assessment if the lines were consistently funny. This script has some great ARTS COMMENTARY Before King O the Moon starts every night at Florida Repertory Theatre, Bob Dylans The Times They Are A Changin begins to play. Director Robert Cacioppo couldnt have picked a more appropriate song, because King O the Moon is a play about transition societal, religious, familial and personal. Its set in July 1969, just when astronauts are about to land on the moon for the first time and the countrys youth are still being shipped off to Vietnam to die. This Tom Dudzick play is a sequel to his Over the Tavern and part of a planned trilogy focusing on the Pazinski family in Buffalo, N.Y. The first in the series has played at the Florida Rep in an earlier season, but its not necessary to have seen it in order to appreciate the second; its self-contained. You dont have to be Catholic, either, like the Pazinskis, though I suspect if you are, it might deepen your appreciation and understanding of the play. t t a f h j nancySTETSON nstetson@floridaweekly.com King O the Moon deftly performed Connick Jr. at the top of his craftones, but on opening night there were stretches where the action and the humor lagged, and times when it was only mildly amusing. Sometimes, it seems, the cast is better than the play. The plot at times strains credulity, and at others is a bit sit-com-y. Ms. Lund is perfect as the mom. The anchor of the family and the anchor of the play, she can get a laugh with just one word, and her courting scenes with Mr. Chambers are some of the best. Mr. Chambers Walter is bumbling, charming and earnest, and the actor makes him not only likeable, but believable. Mr. Womack portrays his soldier-to-be with perfect military rigidity; hes supposed to be in advertising, but he seems to depend more upon his muscles than his wit or brain. He and Maureen are perfectly suited for each other: Shes a dim bulb, too, but shows a lot more sass. Mr. Womacks best scene comes when he realizes what going off to Vietnam will truly mean, and that he might not return. Ms. Guy seems to have the most thankless role, as not only is her character in a state of perpetual disapproval, but shes forced by costume designer Robert Malcolm to wear some of the ugliest, dowdiest dresses that ever existed in the s. (This is upstate New York; no go-go boots or mini-skirts here.)Mr. Joness role as Georgie seems the most risky. It could turn into an off-putting caricature, but the actor makes his character a sweet, expressive young man. (His impersonation of their late father is hilarious.)If I were instructing fledgling singers and musicians, Id take them to a Harry Connick Jr. concert, because his performances are a master class in how it should be done. King O the Moon>>When: through April 24 >>Where: Florida Repertory Theatre, 2267 First St., Fort Myers >>Cost: $19-$44 >>Info: 332-4488 or www.boxof ce@ oridarep.org in the know Ive seen him a number of times now, and he never fails to impress. His recent show at Sarasotas Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall just underscored what I already know: The man is a consummate performer, at the top of his craft. Backed by a 12-piece orchestra as well as a bassist and drummer, he opened with The Way You Look Tonight, one of the standards he performed on Broadway last summer (15 sold-out shows at the Neil Simon Theatre). Its a beautiful place(pause)on the inside, he said of the venue. I never saw a place like this purple paint! The audience laughed. I never know what Im going to play, he told them. Probably no Black Sabbath. Maybe some Deep Purple, he joked, taking another jab at the Van Wezels purple exterior. He delivered a tender version of the Beatles And I Love Her, then went to the piano and started talking about great New Orleans pianists such as Jelly Roll Morton and Professor Longhair, demonstrating their piano styles. Thats how Fess would play, he declared, then showed how others would add their own variation and flavor. His attire a dark suit with a white button-down shirt open at the collar is a perfect metaphor for his shows, which are always professional but also very informal. When guest trombonist Lucien Barbarin came out to play, the two jammed on How Come You Do Me Like You Do? with Mr. Connick hamming it up, serenading Mr. Barbarin. He even picked up a trumpet and played. The two danced about the stage with glee, at one point even stepping across the front of the stage, their backs to the audience, wiggling their posteriors, to the great joy of the crowd. When guest trumpeter Wendell Brunious joined them, all three took turns soloing on The Sheik of Araby. At one point, Mr. Connick encouraged the crowd to chant without your pants on after each line. The concert had transformed into a giant New Orleans party, with dancing, singing and ad libbing. This is how they do in New Orleans, Mr. Connick said. It was an exhilarating, joyful, triumphant night, and even though Mr. Connick came out for an encore, performing Mardi Gras in New Orleans, you couldnt help but wish for more. app e d o t h t e understandin g of the p la y. a s i COURTESY PHOTOHarry Connick Jr.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC12 WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 NAPLES 11965 Collier Blvd. #1 (239) 352-1242 BONITA 26801 S. Tamiami Tail (239) 948-9700www.senortequilasnaples.comFamily Owned & Operated with 21 Years ExperienceFresh Food Prepared Daily Authentic Mexican Food.LIVEEntertainment! BUY ONELunch or Dinner Entre and get the SECOND FREEWith the purchase of 2 Drinks. Bonita Location Only. HAPPYHOURWeekdays 3-7pm Large Variety of Tequilas Best Mexican Restaurant in Town! CHARTER SIGHTSEEING BOATMaritime Lady www.naplesboatcharters.net | 239-593-7475 Naples Boat Charters | Captain Jim Albert Dolphin Watches, Sunsets, Trips to Marco Island for Lunch, Port Royal Homes & Yacht Tours, Waterfront Property Tours for Agents & Buyers The next open house and gallery tour of the Shirley Street 16 takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 16-17, at 5760 and 5850 Shirley St. off Pine Ridge Road in North Naples. Among the participating artists are painter Joan Osborn-Dunkle and potter Annabelle Johnson. A Naples resident for 15 years, Ms. Osborn-Dunkle has taught art for 30 years and works in various mediums, including acrylic, collage, watercolor and pastel. Her pieces often include found objects that pay homage to the process of time and reveal a fundamental link to the past, present and future of our lives by their honesty, simplicity and beauty. She works daily, year round, at The Kelley | Dunkle Studio, 5760 Shirley Street. A self-taught potter, Ms. Johnson moved to Naples with her husband more than 20 years ago. Although she had been fascinated with pottery her entire life, it was in Naples that she met a mentor who inspired her to take risks with her work and convinced her that she could make a career from her artistic endeavors. Now her work can be found in several galleries around the country. Ms. Johnson works primarily with functional white or terracotta earthenware. Brightly colored glazes applied to her wares are all custom made in her Naples studio. The local environment is evident throughout her work with dragonflies, geckos, fish and the occasional Labrador retriever decorating every piece. Annabelle Johnson Pottery is at 5850 Shirley St. Ms. Johnson can be found every Saturday morning at the Third Street Farmers Market in Old Naples, and her custom works are available in the gift shop at The Ritz-Carlton, Naples. Other participating artists in the Shirley Street 16 are: Cynthia and Steve Adams, Karen Barrow, Eric and Jessica Crabtree, Susan Doerflinger, Nancy Hall, Sandra Jackoboice, Alice Jacobs, Shirley Kelley, Carol Lader, Lynn Loscutoff, Patty Mayhew, Deborah Martin, Susan Alexander Shipman, Gerry Crow Roeder and Tammra Sigler. Meet them all and learn about their work at the open house this weekend. Artists of the Shirley Street 16 welcome visitors to gallery tourCOURTESY PHOTOS Left: Annabelle Johnson Right: Joan OsbornDunkle

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC20 WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Naples Daily News naplesnews.comBonita Daily News BonitaNews.com choice CHAMPION2010southwest orida THE MERCATO 9114 Strada Place | Naples (239) 591-2299www.McCormickandSchmicks.com East er BrunchSunday, April 24 Featuring our Chefs Benedicts, Omelets and Baked French Toast Starting at $10.95 Childrens Brunch Plate $4.95Make Your Brunch or Dinner Reservation Today THE ENGLISH PUBNaples Oldest Authentic British Tavern EST. 1969EASTER SUNDAY1 through 7 Fabulous Dinner Specials All Appropriate Side Make Your Reservation Now! To Celebrate The Royal Wedding Friday April 29th You Are Cordially Invited of a gentle bruise instead of a full-on boot impression. And Truth of Touch is still very identifiable as Yanni. The albums more delicate tracks include the title song as well as Cant Wait (one of three vocal tunes on the otherwise instrumental CD) and Guilty Pleasure. And even the punchier songs remain melodically rich and bathed in the blend of synthesizers, piano and orchestral-type tones that are Yanni trademarks. I think Truth of Touch is going to surprise people, he says. It still sounds like Yanni and the record is me, but its not typical Yanni. I think I gave it a different life, a different soul, a different spirit the same heart, the same soul, but a little older. The direction the new CD took was not something Yanni predetermined. In fact, as much as any of the albums he has released in his 25-year career, Truth of Touch happened spontaneously, taking shape almost before the artist realized he was making a new CD. Hed been working non-stop, in the studio every day between tours, for four years, when, All of a sudden there was a six-month period where things just went to a standstill, he says. I didnt know what to do with myself. Then one night I thought why dont I just go and play some music like the old days, when Id just walk into the studio, dim the lights a bit and just think think of music, feel it I went in there and I was so full of things to say, from so many years of traveling and so many new experiences in life. With no concept or direction to follow, he says he found himself going with whatever inspiration surfaced at the moment. I was having fun with sound design, coming up with new sounds, he says. YANNIFrom page C1 arks of u r y s. ke i s al it fnt t, a e t t e d , t he says

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 C21 Naples Daily News naplesnews.comBonita Daily News BonitaNews.com choice CHAMPION2010southwest orida He continued to write (he says he has about 300 unreleased songs written) and eventually saw a group of songs that seemed to form the core of a new CD. Along the way, he did something he has only done occasionally over the years: collaborate with an outside writer on songs. Producer/songwriter Miklos Malek, who has worked with Jennifer Lopez, Faith Evans, Jessica Andrews and Donna Summer, among others, is credited on five of the 15 songs on Truth of Touch. Yanni and Mr. Malek connected through Yannis producer, Ric Wake. Miklos is a great composer, Yanni says, adding the two never even got together in the same place as they worked on the CD. He was working in Los Angeles. I would send him ideas and he would work on them and send some of his ideas back. Pleased with the results, Yanni now looks forward to more collaboration with Mr. Malek. He had some really nice ideas. With Truth of Touch now out, Yanni is back on tour. Based on shows he played in Latin America earlier this year, he believes hes hit a new peak with the mostly instrumental act. I have a couple of vocal pieces, he says, but theyre surprises. I think its the best orchestra Ive ever had. And this is the best tour, the best concert Ive ever put together, because the choice of material goes from the very beginning of my career all the way to the latest album. Its all of the highlights of what I think people have enjoyed, plus a few good surprises. EEKLY WEEK OF APRIL 1420 2011 C21 wr it e b out o ngs u ally that co r e d i d o n l y o ver r ate it e r i ter h as if er ns a n d o n g on o n n ni o n n is e at y s, v er the same place as b est concertI veeverputtogether,becausethe Yanni>>When: 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 19 >>Where: The Philharmonic Center for the Arts >>Tickets: Sold out at press time. Call for last-minute availability >>Info: 597-1900 in the know

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC22 A&E WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 Airport Rd Naples, FL (239) 596-8840 Gulf Coast Town Center Ft Myers, FL (239) 466-8642 Coastland Mall Naples, FL (239) 352-8642 Text CBAKE to 97063 to receive more special offers & promos! Proudly hosts itsSECOND ANNUALEast er Eg g HuntApril 24th 11:00am-1:00pm We will have prizes and candy for kids under 12. FOUNTAIN PARK LOCATION PALM SUNDAY9:45 a.m. Childrens Palm Processional Jesus Entry into Jerusalem Drama & Live Donkey Outside in the Garden MAUNDY THURSDAYNoon Communion Service 6 p.m. Seder/Last Supper Meal & Communion Service GOOD FRIDAY 7 p.m. Contemporary Communion Service EASTER SERVICES7 a.m. Sunrise Communion Service North Naples United Methodist Church 6000 Goodlette Road N. North Naples United Methodist Church Deceptive advertising has been a problem for centuries. The cures of Victorian times were promoted with posters, trade cards, almanacs, recipe books, calendars and other testimonials. One of the prominent makers of cures, remedies and hair and skin products was James C. Ayer & Co. From 1838-1841, Mr. Ayer worked in an apothecary shop in Connecticut. He studied the Harvard College suggested curriculum for chemistry and also studied medicine with a doctor. He bought the drugstore, sold his own remedies and eventually owned multiple stores, factories and other investments that made him a wealthy man. He died in 1878, and and 1886 his family sold the business to Sterling Products. One of his most famous products, Ayers Hair Vigor, was advertised as a coloring and dressing that could prevent and cures hair loss and restore gray hair to its natural vitality and color. Restoring was really dying, but this was just a tiny exaggeration compared with the claims for other Ayers products. One said it restored your health after a malaria attack. Another promised a youthful appearance. An Ayers hair product was still for sale in the 1930s. The colorful Ayers bottles, posters and printed material with unusual graphics are popular with todays collectors. Q: In 1980 I paid $500 for a hand-carved and inlaid coffee table that was a floor sample in an interior design companys Cincinnati showroom. The name John Widdicomb is stamped on the underside of the tabletop. Can you tell me what the tables market value is today? A: John Widdicomb Co. was in business in Grand Rapids, Mich., from 1897 until 2002, when the company closed and its name was sold to L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc., of Manlius, N.Y. Stickley now sells a John Widdicomb Collection of traditional pieces. John Widdicomb Co. was known for its high-end designs, which might include your table. Pieces were marked in various ways through the years, but the simple mark John Widdicomb was used from the mid-1950s until the mid-1970s. If your table is in good shape, it could sell for $500 or more. Q: We have a quilt that has been handed down in our family. Its made of 36 small flannel flags of countries around the world surrounding a larger 48-star American flag. I think the small flags, each about 5 by 8 inches, were some kind of product premium. Can you tell me more?A: Little national flags made of flannelElixirs pretty promotions continue to move productKOVELS: ANTIQUES p terryKOVEL news@floridaweekly.com

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BuyticketsnowatThePhil.org,call(239)597-1900orvisitourBoxOfficeat5833PelicanBayBoulevard,NaplesMonday-Saturday,10a.m.-5p.m.;Sunday,noon-5p.m.Friday,April22,8p.m. Saturday,April23,2&8p.m. PHILHARMONICCENTERfortheARTS ANO HOLDS BARREDSMASHHIT! ANO HOLDS B A RREDSMASHHIT!THENEW YORKER www.montypythonsspamalot.com AMADPLEASURE OFASHOW! Sublimesillinessstillreigns!-JohnHeilpern,TheNewYorkObserver FUNNIER THANEVER-HedyWeiss,ChicagoSun-Times ONLYAT THEPHIL INNAPLES! ONLYAT THE PHIL IN NAPLES! Startingat$79 Naples Emporium 3905 Radio Road (239) 261-3334 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 C23 Champagne Tasting! Wednesday. 4/27/11, 5:30-7:30pm Champagne Tasting, chocolates, appetizers, live music! 3 Champagne Tasting $35 Advance/$45 Door 6 Champagne Tasting $60 Advance/$70 Door Details/Online Tickets: ww.ShulasNaplesEvents.EventBrite.com Text SHULAS EVENTS to 97063 for event updates and a FREE APPETIZER! SHULAS EVENTS! KOVELS: ANTIQUES were tobacco inserts first used in 1912. It was in July of that year that the American flag started to be made with 48 stars and it stayed that way until Alaska was admitted to the U nion in 1959. C ollectors often refer to the flannel tobacco premiums as blankets. The flags were either wrapped around the tobacco package or inserted in a little envelope inside the package. They came in several sizes and were intended to be used for sewing into bedspreads and pillowcases. So its not surprising that one of your relatives used them to make a quilt. Collectors of old tobacco inserts want unsewn single flags. But some collectors like quilts made from the flags. We have seen quilts like yours sell for as little as $10 and as much as $650. Price depends on condition, size and where the quilt is offered for sale. Q: I buy junk jewelry from thrift stores and usually take pieces apart to make my own designs. I dont want to take something apart thats valuable, though. So how do I know if a piece is valuable?A: What you find in a thrift store may indeed be junk. But it also could be vintage costume jewelry. First get a magnifying glass and check out the backs and clasps of any jewelry you find. Any piece with a mark should not be taken apart, at least not until you check who made it. Once you can make out the mark, check the Internet or books on costume jewelry to learn who used the mark. The Kovels have written two special reports on identifying good costume jewelry. They are available via the Store link at Kovels.com. Costume jewelry is very popular today, so you want to take care of any good pieces you find. Many marked pieces can sell for hundreds of dollars each. Tip: When regluing loose rungs or parts of chairs, remove old glue with vinegar. Drip it into any holes with a small oil can. Terry Kovel answers as many questions as possible through the column. By sending a letter with a question, you give full permission for use in the column or any other Kovel forum. Names, addresses or e-mail addresses will not be published. We cannot guarantee the return of any photograph, but if a stamped envelope is included, we will try. The volume of mail makes personal answers or appraisals impossible. Write to Kovels, (Florida Weekly), King Features Syndicate, 300 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019 s f e v e i y an M se la COURTESY PHOTOThe woman pictured on this poster has hair that is several feet long. No doubt it is the result of using Ayers Hair Vigor. The poster, 15 by 12 inches, has a few tackholes and scuffs but is estimated to sell at auction for $1,500 to $2,000.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA & E TW0 C25ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTSave the Date Society Cuisine WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 RadiesseCOMBAT PREMATURE AGING SKIN Look Your Personal Best Voted Southwest Floridas Best Steakhouse. 403 Bayfront Place Downtown Naples239-435-9353www.stoneyssteakhouse.com MOND AY & FRIDAY Great Seafood Night Live Maine Lobster 1 1/2 lbsIncludes salad & potatoWEDNESDAY Great Steak Night/12 oz. USD A Pr ime NY Strip Includes salad & potatoIncludes salad & potatoTUESDAY & THURSDAY The One & Only Great Prime Rib Night Includes salad & potato $2995 $2495 $2595 1/2 Price Complete Lounge Bar Menu 5-6:00 2 for 1 Wells & House Wines EVERYDAY Live MusicWednesday thru SundayMake Your Easter Reservations Now! Sundance Orchids and Bromeliads489-123416095 S. Pebble Lane, Fort MyersDirections: 2 lights south of Gladiolus on 41. Turn east on Briarcliff Rd. Go 1.5 miles to a right on S. Pebble Lane. Greenhouse is 1/2 mile on left. www.sundanceorchids.com Bromeliads can change the whole look of your landscape. 1000s to choose from. Full sun or partial shade. Prices starting as low as $10 Before. Aer. Forces large and small are at work, each hungry to prevail. One piece of the action has to do with the Faust brothers, Moses and Jonah. These men, who buy and sell serial killer memorabilia, also do odd jobs for Browning Hammond. They are the ones whove kidnapped Thorn and have him confined in what seems to be a sinkhole within which a prison has been fashioned. The thought processes of these moral cripples are exquisitely realized by their creator. Clearly, someone thinks Thorns plans to take valuable lands off the development table must be stopped or at least delayed. Earls death and Thorns disappearance are parts of the same case. The episodes in Silencer that describe Thorns confinement, escape and frenzied journey through the Central Florida wilderness are magnificent. Mr. Hall provides perfect-pitch sensory renditions of the unique terrain and of Thorns physical, mental and emotional ordeal. Three forceful women are integrated into this plot, and each is carefully and memorably drawn. Readers familiar with Rusty Stabler, Thorns girlfriend and now the director of his real estate ventures, will know her better and admire her more; Claire, Browning wife, shows moral backbone as she turns into an accomplice in the attempts to end Brownings selfish, destructive behavior; and Anne Donaldson, FDLE agent, shows her nononsense professionalism in whats little more than a walk-on part.There is a fourth important female: a heroic horse named Big Girl. As always, Mr. Hall proves himself a master of scene-setting and character development. He also knows, how to structure plot and set the pace for maximum suspense. Though Thorn is not always center stage in this novel, there is plenty of him to endure and adore. Silencer, now out in paperback, is a totally engaging romp by the master of Florida noir. Mr. Hall brilliantly imagines the ways in which natural, economic and cultural history affect the shadow-filled, vulnerable present. Keep up with the author at www. jameswhall.com. n e R fr to t t C s There is a fo u Silencer, by by James W. Hall. Minotaur Books. 288 pages. $24.99 hardback; $14.99 paperback. James W. Halls recurring character, Thorn, is among my favorite reluctant heroes. Now in his 11th outing, Thorn (dont you love guys with one name?) forsakes his usual association with the Florida Keys and runs into new kinds of trouble as a landholder with the goal of saving an enormous tract in south-central Florida from development.Well, no, the set-up is not as simple as that. Thorn has inherited an extensive patch of real estate east of Sarasota that he has agreed to sell to a state program called Forever Florida. With the money this brings, he hopes to obtain the historic Coquina Ranch holdings from Earl Hammond Jr. and take them off the development table as well. Earl, the aging head of a Florida dynasty, does not see either of his two sons as proper stewards and is favorable to Thorns proposal. The younger son, Browning, is already exploiting one corner of the immense property with an ugly business in which the bored and wealthy can huntto-kill exotic animals Browning brings in from around the world. He has associated himself with too many low-lifes, among them Antwan Shelton, a flashy ex-football star whos now a smooth but shady pitchman and dealmaker. The older son, Frisco, long ago separated himself from the family enterprise; he is a Miami policeman assigned and devoted to the mounted police command and its steeds. At a gathering at the ranch, everyone is seemingly surprised when a long-time loyal employee, Gustavo Pinto, points a gun at Earl. Mayhem breaks out as Brownings wife, the lovely Claire, senses that something is wrong and also grabs a firearm. But she hesitates just long enough before shooting at Gustavo for Earl to be murdered. What is Gustavos motive? Why is Floridas Gov. Sanchez visiting that day? And why is our hero Thorn kidnapped soon after? As one might expect, behind the bedlam are issues involving the land: its value, its history, its exploitation, its conservation. FLORIDA WRITERS Silencers puts a new Thorn in James W. Halls crown philJASON pkjason@comcast.net HALL

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WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 C27 1/2 PRICED WINE LISTbottles up to $100expires 4/21/11 BUY ONE GET ONEpurchase one dish, get the second freegood for lunch or dinner = or lesser value +18% gratuity before discountexpires 4/21/11must present coupon at time of purchase. cannot be combined with any other coupon or offer2455 vanerbilt beach road naples 34109 239.254.0050 BEST HAPPY HOUR IN TOWNALL drinks 1/2 price 4-8 NIGHTLY Full rack of ribs with 2 sides for $12.95 with the purchase of any beverage. Offer expires 4/15/11 O.B.'s Cornerstone {formally Norm's}239.417.12165047 Tamiami Trail East (Village Falls Plaza) LIVE MUSIC SEVERAL NIGHTS A WEEKCALL FOR INFO! HAPPY HOUR 11-7 MON-SAT DAILY SPECIALSMonday 1/2 PRICE PIZZATuesday PEROGIES $7.95 WITH KOLBASSA $10.95Wednesday BURGER SPECIALSThursday 25 DRAFT BEERS WITH A MEAL-LIMIT 3LIVE MUSIC WITH ROBIN & DEANFriday ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT FISH FRY $8.95 Reservations required. Call 239-321-7430 or email: museuminfo@cityftmyers.com Ascent of Man Presentation with Adrian Kerr Wednesday, April 20th at 6 pm at SWFL Museum of History Investigate some of the most famous milestones in mankinds History with returning author, Adrian Kerr. Supporting the Museums Darwin & Dinosaurs exhibit, Kerrs multi-media presentation includes The Ladder of Creation based on the Darwin and Wallace theori es. Tickets are $15 and include Museum admission and the Darwin & Dinosaurs exhibit. April 15th BLUE BUTTERFLY BALLApril 18th ANNUAL TASTE OF KEY WESTApril 22nd 29TH ANNUAL CONCH REPUBLIC INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONApril 27th 16TH ANNUAL SONG WRITERS FESTIVALApril 30th 2011 DIAMOND GALA OF THE FLORIDAY KEYS DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER $ 5 OFFFull Fare Roundtrip AdultCannot be combined with other offers. 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 8 8 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K K K K K K W W W W W W E E E E E E 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 9 9 9 9 9 ww ww w w. se se k ak ak ey ey we we t st st ex ex pr pr es es s s. co co m m facebook.com/KeyWestExpress twitter.com/KeyWestExpress youtube.com/KeyWestExpress Reasons to VISIT KEY WEST Barristers Bash will benefit Legal Aid ServiceThe Legal Aid Service of Collier County holds its third annual Barristers Bash beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the Hilton Naples. The evening celebrates those who assist the underprivileged in gaining access to justice. This years honorees are: Beverly Brennan, Esq., The Hon. Janeice T. Martin Equal Justice Award; Cheffy Passidomo, P.A., Law Firm of the Year; Carlo Zampogna, Esq., Attorney of the Year; Jennifer Tears, Esq., Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award; and Brandy Woodson, Volunteer of the Year. Tickets for cocktail hour, dinner and the awards ceremony are $75 per person. Silent and live auctions will be part of the evening to help raise funds for Legal Aid Service of Collier County. The private, nonprofit law firm is headquartered in Naples and has an outreach office in Immokalee. RSVP by calling 298-8143 or e-mailing ana.legalaid@gmail.com.Supper club fun for Guadalupe Center9MEN, a fundraiser for the Guadalupe Center, takes place at M Waterfront Grille on Thursday evening, May 5. The restaurant in the Village on Venetian Bay will revert to the supper-clubs of the s, complete with Rob Roys, Steak Diane and tableside Bananas Foster. Tickets are $125 per person. Visit www. guadalupecenter.org/239MEN.Saddle up for derby partyNaples Equestrian Challenge holds a Kentucky Derby Party from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at Noodles Italian Caf & Sushi Bar. The fun includes a mint julep and a buffet dinner for $25 per person in advance and $35 at the door. A cash bar will be available. Prizes will be awarded for Best Hat (ladies) and Craziest Pants (men). Owners Box sponsorships are available from $500 to $2,500 and include priority seating and random assignment of a horse with prizes for win/place/show. For more information, call 596-2988 or visit www.naplesequestrianchallenge. org. Mark your calendar, save your appetiteThe 28th annual Taste of Collier takes place from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 1, at Bayfront. Admission is $5 per person, with children 5 and younger admitted free. Tasting portions from area restaurants will be $3 to $5 each. For more information, call 272-1907. SAVE THE DATE

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC28 WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 BARBECUE IS WHAT WE DO LET US DO IT FOR YOU!In Lee & Collier Counties Call our Catering Manager at (239) 209-0940 Catering Services from 25 5,000 www.ribcity.com 0 0 0 0 Our Award Winning Baby Back Ribs, Chicken, Pork and Beef accompanied by our homemade Cole Slaw and Baked Beans can be brought to your event by our mobile char-grill. 239.303.5829 866.344.5083 The Naples Players KidzAct troupe of young thespians presents Shakespeares timeless tragedy, Hamlet, at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, on the outdoor stage at Sugden Community Theatre. Megan McCombs directs the production with assistance from John McKerrow. Tickets for $10 can be purchased at the box office or by calling 263-7990 or visiting www.naplesplayers.org. Seating is limited to the first 100 people. Area youth ages 12-22 are invited to be a p art of Oper a Naples annual summer production of Gilbert and Sullivans humorous operetta, The Mikado. Over nine days in June, aspiring performers will participate in voice, drama, and choreography rehearsals as they become trained in authentic Gilbert & Sullivan humor, dialogue and musical interpretation. No experience is necessary to join the fun, which culminates in two performances in which every registrant performs. Rehearsals will take place all day Friday and Saturday, June 17-18, and Monday through Friday, June 20-24, at the Opera Naples Center, 2408 Linwood Ave. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers and at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 26, in the G&L Theater at the Community School of Naples. Pamela Leighton-Bilik of Washington, D.C., creator director of International Youth Gilbert & Sullivan and artistic director of the G&S Youth Company, directs the Opera Naples summer program. Robin Shuford Frank, ON director of educational outreach, is the musical director. For more information, call 514-7464 or visit www.operanaples.org. KidzAct presents Hamlet on the outdoor stageOrchestral musicians who are in middle or high school are invited to audition for the Philharmonic Youth Orchestra on April 25-28 at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts. Directed by Charles Gottschalk, the youth orchestra rehearses weekly on Sunday afternoons. Annual tuition is $250 and the refundable music deposit is $35. Some scholarships are available. For more information about audition excerpts and other requirements, call 254-2612 or visit www. thephil.org/orchestra/Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Tune up to try out for youth orchestraKids can get a taste of opera this summer

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WINE BEER TASTINGS $5 OFF Cheers for Charity with the Wine Tasters of Naples Going Incognito for the Naples Museum of Art FLORIDA WEEKLY SOCIETY We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com.NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-21, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C29 1. Taryn Cafiero, Bob Dratler and Sue Lavine 2. Diana Johnson, Carol Carter, Michele Woodman and Linda Hansen 3. Dan Leaman, Neftali Espinosa, Peter Mills, Debi Foss, Brad Heiges, Cindy Lightner and Dave Freitag 4. Christopher Sheppard and Carmen Rutledge Caroline Stuart-Jervis, Myra Janco Daniels and Richard TookeOlga Hirshhorn COURTESY PHOTOS JAMES SAMBORSKI / COURTESY PHOTOS 12 34

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C31 The Magnolia Ball for NCH at The Ritz-Carlton Golf ResortFLORIDA WEEKLY SOCIETY We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com. 1. Sue Dalton, Jackie Bearse, Chad Kimball, Patty Baker, Nora Kolmer and Christine Flynn 2. Jay and Patty Baker 3. Simone and Scott Lutgert 4. Jackie and and Dick Bearse 5. Chad Kimball with Mosey and Don Gunther 6. Joe and Dee Zednik COURTESY PHOTOS 1 34 5 6 2

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C33 Wanderlust raises $260,000 for FGCU Resort & Hospitality Management programFLORIDA WEEKLY SOCIETY We take more society and networking photos at area events than we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. oridaweekly.com and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ oridaweekly.com. 1. Kirsten Ferrara, Shirlene Elkins and Donna Solimene 2. Fred Hirschovits, Tamara Pigott and Brian Holly 3. Patsy Carbone and Mike Watkins in the Sugden Hall wine lab 4. Wanderlust co-chairs Ron Albeit and Brian Holly 5. Sandy Stilwell, John Naylor and Jack Wert 6. Norman and Mary Love SEAN HARMAN AND DAWN DINARDO / COURTESY PHOTOS 1 4 5 6 2 3

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC34 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 BOAT RENTALS 239-530-5134 RATES: Key to ratings Superb Noteworthy Good Fair Poor Here are some capsule summaries of previous reviews: Caf Normandie, 3448 Marinatown Lane, North Fort Myers; 995-3100 3756 Tamiami Trail N.; 261-0977. This low-key outpost along U.S. 41 manages to provide delightful French fare and a casual, laid-back hospitality, compliments of owner Benoit Legris. The wine list is brief but well chosen, a snapshot of vintages that please the owner. You cant go wrong with mussels in Normandie cream sauce or the well-executed escargots de Bourgogne. Roasted duck with spicy peach sauce was a glorious variation on duck lorange, and the shrimp and sea scallops au gratin were simple yet elegant. Dinner concluded with a classic raspberry tart and whisper-thin crepe Suzette, both of which were flawless. The service, Old World atmosphere and moderate prices all enhanced a wonderful meal. Beer and wine served. Food: Service: Atmosphere: Reviewed December 2010 IM Tapas, 965 Fourth Ave. N., Naples; 403-8272 Small plates they may be, but the dishes that emerge from the kitchen here are packed with flavor and style. Each looks like a work of art and possesses big, fresh flavors that reveal the passionate dedication of its inspired creators, chefs Isabel Polo Pozo and Mary Shipman, both of whom are well-versed in this vibrant Spanish cuisine. A polished staff and stylish dining room add to the warmth and conviviality of a meal at this little off-the-beaten-path gem. If theres a less-than-wondrous dish on the menu, I havent found it yet, despite several visits. Among my favorites are chorizo in cider, beets Napoleon, garlic-laced white anchovies, diver scallops on octopus slivers, spinach wilted a la Catalana, wild bonito with pomegranate seeds and pomegranate foam, and a plate of stellar artisanal cheeses. Its situated a few miles north of the citys tonier dining areas, but it surpasses many of the more high profile establishments in both cuisine and style. Beer and wine. Food: Service: Atmosphere: Reviewed November 2010 Martin Fierro Restaurant & Steak House, 6002 Radio Road; 6595996This Argentinean-style steak house is tucked into a small strip center on Radio Road, but carnivores will be well rewarded for taking the time to find it. The house specialty is parrillada, or a meat platter containing a cornucopia of animal flesh served on an open grill over smoldering wood chips. Although fairly meat focused, the kitchen conjures up excellent ceviche. A grilled salmon entre delivered to a nearby table looked so good I was sorry I hadnt ordered it. Appetizers of steamed mussels and veal tongue vinaigrette were also delicious. There are no fancy trappings here, no leather booths or tuxedoed servers. Prices are modest and vegetables accompany entrees without an added charge. For dessert, dulce de leche crepes came filled with rich, gooey caramel cream topped with generous mounds of real whipped cream. Service is leisurely but hospitable. Beer and wine served.Food: Service: Atmosphere: Reviewed February 2011 Ridgway Bar & Grill, Third Street South and 13th Avenue South; 262-5500 Chef Tony Ridgway and his business partner, wine expert Sukie Honeycutt, have been integral members of the Naples dining scene for more than two decades, and they still deliver inventive food and intriguing wines with gracious hospitality. The menu features top-drawer ingredients crab cakes full of big chunks of crab, shaved slices of grana padano atop a well-balanced Caesar, fresh Florida seafood and a house-made apple galette with cinnamon ice cream that caused sighs of contentment from all at our table. Whether its comfort fare, such as a Bell & Evans herb-roasted chicken, or something more contemporary, like the grilled red snapper with mango salsa and potato and artichoke gratin, its perfectly prepared and purposefully plated. The staff is as polished and appealing as the menu. Full bar.Food: Service: Atmosphere: Reviewed July 2009 Sophias Ristorante Italiano, 3545 Pine Ridge Road, Naples; 597-0744 This classic and classy establishment serves ultra-fresh, well-executed Italian dishes along with house-made breads and desserts. From the warm bread with olive oil and tender-crisp broccoli rabe with spicy homemade sausage and crisp polenta to the vivid red tuna carpaccio with caper berries to the huge and delicious zuppe di pesce, to desserts of tiramisu and sfogliatelle, this was an exceptionally good meal. Service was also excellent, including table checks by owner Jay Cherr, one of which included a visit with 1-year-old daughter, Sophia, on whom he and wife/co-owner Camille clearly dote. The ambience is lovely as well, reminiscent of trattorias found in Italy. Beer and wine served. Food: Service: Atmosphere: Reviewed August 2010 PAST REPASTS h ouse is n Radio r ewardh e house p l atter m al f lesh o ldering f ocused, c evic h e. ed to a s sorry I s teamed t te n o r s e o e y n erous e rvice wit h spicy p olenta to cio with c a d e l icious z of tiramis u exceptio na also excel le owner Jay a visit wi th on whom h clearl y do t well, remi n Ita l y. Beer a Fo od :

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF APRIL 14-20, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C35 If theres one form of dining we could use more of in this region, its that which marries a great view of the water with food that measures up to the scenery. Given the abundance of water in Southwest Florida, it would seem logical that there would be more than enough such establishments. Having tried a multitude, I have found that the food rarely is as good as the view. Coconut Jacks Waterfront Grille, which opened in February in the vastly remodeled space previously occupied by Vincenzos on the Bay, does a fine job of delivering on all fronts. It skillfully blends appealing waterfront atmosphere, a creative tropical menu and customer comfort at prices that dont make guests feel as if theyve encountered a band of pirates. The first upgrade is the complimentary valet parking, eliminating the need to maneuver through the narrow and challenging parking lot. (Those who wish to park themselves can navigate the west end of the lot.)The change inside is dramatic. The once upscale Italian restaurant that ended its run in sad disrepair has been transformed into a cheerful Caribbean-themed outpost offering a nicely appointed bar, dining room and expansive deck shaded by an authentic chickee hut overlooking the mangrovelined waters off Estero Bay. The island music is not a repetitious loop of reggae tunes. Whats more, I heard not a single Jimmy Buffett tune during our meal. From the hostess to our server to the two staff members who delivered food and made table checks, the service staff was efficient and personable. Friendly without overdoing it, they all worked hard to make sure that patrons were well attended to. Clearly the team of restaurateurs who created this venue Chef Jon Venuto and operating owners Brad Lewis and Melissa Floyd put a lot of thought into what customers want. Besides the option of eating indoors or out, diners can choose from among full entrees, sandwiches and baskets. They can order inexpensive basa or pricier (and, in my opinion, worth the extra money) grouper and can have either served blackened, battered, fried, grilled or barbecued. While the tropical ambience might seem to call for appropriately themed drinks, theres also a respectable wine list that complements entrees such as aged filet mignon, grilled mahi with Caribbean jerk glaze and lobster ravioli with applewood bacon sherry cream sauce. Arriving at about 2:30 p.m., we opted for the more casual fare, which is available for both lunch and dinner. We started with a couple of tropical beverages: the Ultimate mojito ($6.25) and a Sunset Breeze ($6.25). The former was what the name implies: a tall glass filled with Don Q Limon rum, cane sugar, lime and lots of fresh mint. The latter was a lovely scarlet concoction consisting of Mount Gay Calypso rum, passion fruit juice, cranberry juice and grenadine. The combination had a good balance of sweet and tart. From the appetizers, we settled on Cayman calamari ($9.95) and hot voodoo wings ($9.95). Other wing choices include mild, voodoo death, barbecue or sesame teriyaki. The dozen large wings were perfectly cooked, with a crisp exterior covering moist meat. The sauce had a pleasing lipand tongue-tingling heat that was moderated by a cup of blue cheese dressing with celery and carrot sticks. The Cayman calamari ($9.95) featured fried rounds of tender squid atop a lemongarlic-banana pepper sauce. It was a light and refreshing version of this ubiquitous appetizer. Either dish, by the way, was large enough to share. My companion ordered one of the most popular dishes at Coconut Jacks, the mambo mahi tacos ($13.95), which consisted of three soft flour tortillas filled with shredded red cabbage, grilled mahi, tomatoes, cilantro salsa and Key lime aioli, accompanied by jasmine rice and black beans. The tacos had a great mix of textures and the aioli added subtle flavor, although I couldnt detect any cilantro. Cumin and bacon gave the beans lots of flavor and made them a lively counterpoint to the mild tacos. The scallop basket ($17.95) contained a mound of lightly grilled scallops (they are also available fried or blackened) situated on a generous pile of crisp fries. A small cup of well-chilled cole slaw that was both creamy and crunchy, completed the basket. Cocktail and citrus remoulade sauces complemented the juicy scallops.Finally, we shared the coconut sorbet with strawberry-mango salsa ($4.95). The dessert was beautifully plated with the sorbet packed into a coconut shell with whipped cream on top and below (to level the shell), with a side of the fruit mixture that was more compote than salsa. The sorbet was creamy with a fresh coconut flavor that paired well with the not-too-sweet fruit. Coconut Jacks will likely pull in plenty of customers from its view alone. But its the food and hospitality they find inside that will bring them back for more. karenFELDMAN cuisine@floridaweekly.com food & wine CALENDAR Thursday, April 14, 5:30-8 p.m., Decanted: The store holds its first Brew Ha Ha, a beer-based version of its wine throwdown, featuring 20 beers from around the world; $15, 1410 Pine Ridge Road; 434-1814. Reservations required. Friday, April 15, 6-7 p.m., Tonys Off Thir d: Sample the sustainably farmed Napa Valley wines of the Krupp Brothers at this special tasting; $15 ($10 credit toward featured wine purchase), 1300 Third St. S.; 262-7999. Reservations required. Saturday, April 16, noon, Alexander s Restaurant: Chef/owner Alexander Bernard holds a cooking class featuring vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free recipes along with a talk on healthy eating by Dr. John Diaz; $50, includes recipes, lunch, beverage, 4077 Tamiami Trail; 262-4999. Reservations required. Saturday, April 16, 3 p.m., Whole F oods: Be on hand for the annual cracking of the giant wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano and sample this acclaimed cheese; free, Mercato; 552-5100. Sunday, April 17, 5-9 p.m., Angelina s Rist orante: Celebrate the restaurants third birthday with a four-course birthday menu for $65 per person (simply ask the server for the special birthday dinner menu); 24041 S. Tamiami Trail, Bonita Spring; 390-3187. Reservations recommended. Monday, April 18, 6 p.m., Real Seafood C ompany: The restaurant hosts Under the Sea: Wine and Seafood Extravaganza, benefitting the mental health and substance abuse programs at the David Lawrence Center; $50, 8960 Fontana Del Sol Way; (888) 456-DINE. Reservations required. Wednesday, April 20, 5:30-8 p.m., Decant ed: The store holds its quarterly Ultimate Wine Throwdown, featuring wines of Oregon; $25, 1410 Pine Ridge Road; 434-1814. Reservations required. Thursday, April 21, 2-3 p.m., Whole Foods: Chef Illansy Ruiz holds a class featuring gluten-free flours and baking ingredients, demonstrating how to make a hearty gluten-free breakfast; $5, Mercato; 882-5100. Reservations required. Register online at www.acteva.com/go/ LifestyleCenter. Monday, April 24, 5-7 p.m., Pure Urb an Oasis: Sample the wines of Tuscan producer Rocca Delle Macie; $10 (can be applied to dinner that evening), Mercato; 514-7873. Reservations preferred.Farmers markets Saturday, 7 a.m.-noon, Pr omenade at Bonita Bay, U.S. 41 and South Bay Drive, Bonita Springs. Saturday, 7:30 a.m.2 p .m., North Naples United Methodist Church, 6000 Goodlette-Frank Road; 398-8623. Saturday, 7:3011:30 a.m., T hird Street South, behind Tommy Bahamas between Third Street and Gordon Drive. Saturday, 8 a.m.1 p .m., North Naples Green Market, Collection at Vanderbilt, northwest corner of Vanderbilt Beach and Airport-Pulling roads; 594-9358. Sunday, 8 a.m.1 p .m., Bank of Naples, 4099 Tamiami Trail; 249-9888. Submit event listings to Cuisine@ floridaweekly.com.FLORIDA WEEKLY CUISINE Coconut Jacks brings shipshape dining to waterfront venue Coconut Jacks Waterfront Grille >> Hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily >> Reservations: No >> Credit cards: All major cards accepted >> Price range: Appetizers, $9.95-$12.95; salads, $6.50-$9.95; sandwiches and baskets, $8.95-$17.95; entrees, $18.95-$49.95 >> Beverages: Full bar >> Seating: At tables or booths indoors, at the bar or on the covered deck >> Specialties of the house: Voodoo wings, lobster and crab cakes, bacon tomato atbread, pork nachos, peel-n-eat shrimp, tequila oysters Rockefeller, sh and chips, scallop or shrimp basket, mambo mahi tacos, grouper sandwich, lobster ravioli, seared blue n tuna, Jacks porterhouse >> Volume: Moderate to high >> Parking: Free lot (with or without complimentary valet); also space at dock for boats >> Web site: www.coconutjacks.comRatings: Food: Service: Atmosphere: 5370 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs; 676-7777 Superb Noteworthy Good Fair Poor In the know Fried calamari comes with a light sauce of lemon, garlic and banana peppers. Hot voodoo chicken wings possess a little zing thats soothed by blue cheese dressing served with celery and carrot sticks. The mambo mahi tacos with black beans and citrus jasmine rice are among the most popular items on Coconut Jacks menu. Plump, juicy scallops, crisp fries and creamy cole slaw combine for a satisfying basket. Simple and elegant, coconut sorbet and strawberry-mango salsa pair perfectly in this refreshing, island-style dessert.KAREN FELDMAN / FLORIDA WEEKLY po rterhous V V l ol u Par mpli bo > W p p y po rt er ho >> V V >> P com for >>