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Naples civic leader and philanthropist Alan Korest has been named Hodges University Humanitarian of the Year for 2016. Chosen unanimously by the selection committee comprised of past award winners, Mr. Korest joins a distinguished fraternity of Collier County citizens who have had a profound, positive impact of the quality of life in our community, Phil Memoli, vice president of university advancement at Hodges U., said. The award will be presented at the 20th annual Humanitarian of the Year Luncheon on Tuesday, March 22, at the Naples Grande. Born in Illinois and raised in Detroit, Mr. Korest was the first RTISTS OPEN UP THE WORLD TO US, SHOW US WE WHO ARE and who were not and who we wish to be. They reveal our darkest impulses and most casual whims and the complicated world we live in. They point out the things we might miss, things that words cant always describe. Their work can delight and disturb, offend and intrigue, inspire and deeply annoy, bore and excite and enrage, sometimes all at once. In some cases, a certain work can even change us, dismantle who we thought we were or thought we knew about ourselves or the world and reassemble us in the form of an artists vision. Korest named Hodges U. Humanitarian of the Year SEE HUMANITARIAN, A21 BY EVAN WILLIAMSewilliams@ oridaweekly.com 10 local visual artists you just have to check outASEE ART WATCH, A8 Francesco GilliaMyra RobertsAndy HowlDanielle BranchaudMarcus Jansen Dana RoesMichelle Tricca JAMA Barbara AlbinHelenGerro www.FloridaWeekly.com PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 Vol. VIII, No. 13 FREEWEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Download our FREE App todayAvailable on the iTunes and Android App Store. OPINION A4 ROOTED IN NAPLES A6 NEWS OF THE WEIRD A18 PETS OF THE WEEK A26 BUSINESS MEETINGS B6 NETWORKING B7 HOUSE HUNTING B8 OPEN HOUSE MAP B18 BOOK REVIEW C5 PUZZLES C12 ANTIQUES C16 CLUB NOTES C22 INSIDE Pieces of CamelotKennedy estate items going up for bid in Palm Beach. C1 Not quite a boomTaking stock of the real estate market. B1 LUXE LIVINGNAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYTHE NAPLES LUXURY HOME REDEFINED JANUARY 2016 Designer Q&ACathleen B. Swift reigns supreme with her clients. 3 MakeoverDe-Tuscanizing an older home before it goes on the market. 6 Travel TimeDiscovering eateries and architecture in New Orleans. 17 approach Virtual tours, up-to-the-minute styles set the pace for J Mark showroom PAGE 10 A modernArts visionariesHarmon-Meek Gallery presents its annual awards, and more to-dos around town. C30-31 SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________KOREST

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA2 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 matterbrothersfurniture.comMonday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pmNaples, Ft. Myers, Sarasota, Tarpon Springs and Pinellas Park Availabl a Ma e Bo erb Furnitur! COMMENTARY Letters to Bill Murray (from the Ted Cruz diaries)Dear Bill, I know Ive said this before, but I think we have a lot in common. Have you noticed how much I look like you, Bill? Im good at jokes, too. I say funny things in front of people all the time. But they dont laugh. What am I going to do to make them laugh? Please help, Teddy Cruz Dear Teddy, Who are you again? Oh wait, yeah. Youre that wannabe comedian from Texas. What funny things? Dont give up your day job just yet. Bill Dear Bill, Like it or not, youre my role model. And, ah, Id like you to take a paternity test, I think you might be my old man, too. But never mind that now. Im having a crisis of confidence. I cant make them laugh. I need your help. Yours literally and figuratively, Ted Dear Ted, I repeat: What funny things? I am not your father that is not funny, Ted, thats just, well, man, stupid. I am not your brother, either. I am probably not even a member of the same species as you. Funny. You mean like that time you said, Ive spent the last month in Washington, D.C., and its terrific to be back in America? Look, Ted, theres this thing called geography. Or that time you said, When my father came over here penniless with $100 sewn into his underwear? Thats not funny, either, Ted, its just bad math. They dont teach geography or math at Princeton? And then you added, thank God some well-meaning liberal didnt put his arm around him and say, Let me take care of you. Teddy, look. I know you dont like gay marriage or co-habitation between unmarried men and women or liberals who have sex, even though my species we call ourselves human beings, by the way has been doing it for four million years. OK, fine. But if youre going to make jokes about liberal homosexual sugar daddies who put their arms around men with money in their underwear, like your father, and turn them into gays so they could never father the likes of you, thats not how you do it. And let me just repeat: I AM NOT YOUR FATHER. I dont keep money in my underwear. Never have. Underwear is for keeping other things. Usually jewels. Not money. I use a bank for that. Love you, stay in Texas, permanently, Bill Dear Bill, Aw, lighten up, daddy-o. How about that time when Obummer started talking about raising minimum wage? And I said, I think the minimum wage consistently hurts the most vulnerable? You know that was funny, Bill. Or that time when Pope Francis said we should abolish the death penalty and I pulled that great joke out of my hat? Im standing there looking pitiful, like you, and Im keeping a straight face and arching my brows like a homeless little dog, the way you do, and Im looking the camera right in the eye, and I say, I believe the death penalty is a recognition of the preciousness of human life!? It was genius, Bill, genius! The death penalty is a recognition of the preciousness of human life. Man, that was good. But they thought I was serious. What am I going to do, papa Bill? Yours in the family way (your family way),Ted Ted, Youre right, that was funny. Real funny. F-U-N-N-Y funny. Go away, Teddy. Forever. Bill P.S. Remember that thing you said once, My touchstone for every question is the Constitution? No, Teddy. Just, No. What happens when your wife asks you what you want to do tonight? Gotta touch the Constitution, baby. Or she asks what you want to eat? The Constitution, sweet cheeks. Are you a freak, Ted? Or maybe youre just sentimental, a dreamscaper. Heres what I told Rolling Stone about that: Sentimentality to me is a symbol that weve left the planet. OK, bye-bye. Let me know when you come back because youre no longer here. You left. It reminds me of being at a funeral, like my dad dies and the grief is just overpowering. And all anyone can say to you is, Well, hes probably up there in heaven, bowling with Uncle George. Its like, Yeah, thats probably it. Hes up there bowling with Uncle George. Hes dead. Hes gone. What am I going to do? Talk to ME. Dont make up your own dreamscape. Stay here with me, will you? Dont go away. Thats how to be funny, Teddy. Or real. With thanks to Andy Borowitz and The New Yorker magazine for style pointers, and to Nash Williams for noticing the Cruz-Murray connection. j p b a e t a roger WILLIAMSrwilliams@floridaweekly.com MURRAY CRUZ

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA4 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 PublisherShelley Hobbsshobbs@floridaweekly.comEditorCindy Piercecpierce@floridaweekly.com Reporters & ColumnistsEric Bretan Karen Feldman Artis Henderson Jerry Greenfield Lindsey Nesmith Athena Ponushis Nancy Stetson Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren Tim Gibbons Bernadette La Paglia Vandy Major Charlie McDonald Bob Raymond Ivan Seligman Stephen WrightCopy EditorCathy CottrillPresentation EditorEric Raddatzeraddatz@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersChris Andruskiewicz Hannah Arnone Alisa Bowman Amy Grau Paul Heinrich Meg Roloff Circulation ManagerCameo Hinman chinman@floridaweekly.comCirculationDavid Anderson Paul Neumann Greg TretwoldAccount ExecutivesNicole Ryan nryan@floridaweekly.com Cori Higgins chiggins@floridaweekly.com Adam Schonberg aschonberg@floridaweekly.com Mary Wolleon mwolleon@floridaweekly.comSales and Marketing AssistantAja GarrisonBusiness Office ManagerKelli CaricoPublished by Florida Media Group LLCPason Gaddis pgaddis@floridaweekly.com Jeffrey Cull jcull@floridaweekly.com Jim Dickerson jdickerson@floridaweekly.com Naples Florida Weekly 9051 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 202 Naples, Florida 34108 Phone 239.325.1960 Fax: 239.325.1964 Subscriptions:Copyright: The contents of the Florida Weekly are copyright 2013 by Florida Media Group, LLC. No portion may be reproduced without the express written consent of Florida Media Group, LLC.Call 239.325.1960 or visit us on the web at www.floridaweekly.com and click on subscribe today.One-year mailed subscriptions: $31.95 in-county$52.95 in-state $59.95 out-of-state The wildlife refuge putschThe Malheur National Wildlife Refuge hasnt heretofore been known as a locus of government tyranny or much of anything else. Saying that the refuge, established in 1908 by Theodore Roosevelt, is in the middle of nowhere makes it sound too centrally located. It is in southeastern Oregon, about 30 miles from the nearest town of Burns, population 2,722. Now the Bundy family notorious for its standoff with the feds at the familys Nevada ranch last year and sundry anti-government protesters have occupied the refuge and pronounced it the staging ground for an offensive against an oppressive federal government. Ammon Bundy vows to stay in the wildlife preserve for years. What brought the Bundys to Oregon is the case of the Hammonds, ranchers who were subjected to what appears to be a vindictive and unnecessary federal prosecution. The case deserves attention and protest, but the Bundys and their allies have brought discredit to the cause with their unlawful occupation of Malheur. Dwight and Steven Hammond of Harney County were convicted a couple of years ago for lighting two fires on their ranch (for entirely innocent reasons, they maintained) that spread onto federal property, causing negligible damage. The second fire burned all of an acre of public land. For this, they were, amazingly enough, prosecuted under an anti-terrorism statue and sent to jail. They served brief sentences that were less than whats required under the mandatory minimum because the trial judge thought five years for each of them would be wildly disproportionate. Nonetheless, the government appealed the sentences, and now the Hammonds the father, Dwight, is 73, and his son, Steven, 46 will serve roughly another four years in prison each. The Oregon Farm Bureau, not hitherto known for its terroristic sympathies, has taken up their case. The prosecution of the Hammonds comes against the backdrop of federal highhandedness and hostility to private economic activity allegedly in the area around the Malheur refuge specifically and certainly in the West generally. A protest in favor of the family over the weekend drew hundreds, who peaceably assembled, made their point and dispersed. The Bundys then split off to take over the (unstaffed) headquarters at the wildlife refuge. The Hammonds say the occupiers dont speak for them, and efforts to recruit the locals to join the takeover have been notably unsuccessful. More sinister is the talk from Ryan Bundy, another of the familys brothers, of potentially resisting by force if law enforcement tries to remove them. One hopes that this is self-dramatizing bluster, which is an occupational hazard of the kind of people who establish revolutionary enclaves. Last year, the Bundy ranch protesters were riven by rumors of imminent government drone attacks having evidently mistaken southeastern Nevada for the badlands of Yemen. The federal governments overweening policies in the West, and the related injustice apparently done to the Hammonds, are serious matters. The proper remedy in a free society of laws is, as always, to be found in peaceful agitation and persuasion, and ultimately the ballot box. Play-acting a revolution will only bring derision and should anyone take it too seriously, much worse. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. OPINION t n y r t p rich LOWRYSpecial to Florida Weekly The fire next timeIt is a relief to find cause for celebration this early in 2016. A cloud of unease followed us into the New Year, stoked by the rhetoric of fear, anger and bigotry that has weaponized the politics of the 2016 presidential campaign. Courageous voices of right and reason are their antidote. Visionary leaders of sound intellect, acting in good faith and goodwill, in pursuit of justice are proven to be, time and again, on the right side of history. Thus it is the civil rights legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is honored annually with a national celebration and federal holiday. Thousands of hours of community service are contributed in his memory on the third Monday in January. King paid the ultimate price for his passion for justice. He died in 1968, a victim of an assassins bullet, shot while standing and surveying the evening air on a balcony outside his second floor hotel room. Almost two decades passed before the legislation proposing the holiday was approved by Congress. The bills success followed an intensive lobbying effort by a national coalition supported by hundreds of thousands of people and thousands of organizations nationwide. Federal lawmakers passed the legislation with bipartisan support and the bill was signed by President Ronald Reagan in November, 1983. Nowadays, it would be hard to imagine the bills success, so poisonous is the political climate in Washington and the aversion to compromise that has become an article of faith among the ideologues dominant in Congress. The right wing zealots would accuse even President Reagan of betraying true conservative values, and tar the federal governments support of the holiday an intrusion on states rights. As it was, it took until the year 2000 before all 50 states also designated the federal holiday as a state holiday, South Carolina being the last holdout. In fact, several states found it a bridge-too-far to officially sanction the day to honor King. Instead, they created a multiple choice, holiday mash-up. Residents can exercise their preferences among several state options as reasons to celebrate. The alternatives include Robert E. Lees birthday, various dates of historical significance to the Confederacy or civil or human rights in general the homogenization or neutrality offered in the same spirit as the kindred clueless who transpose Black Lives Matter into All Lives Matter, thereby missing the point entirely. On the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, at the time King and civil rights activists were building the movement to challenge the racial status quo of segregation and inequality, James Baldwin published his bestseller, Fire the Next Time. It is an explosive revelation about the black experience in America. Baldwin wrote about growing up in Harlem, describing in powerful, emotional detail the de-humanizing effect of racism on his life and its horrific consequences for all African-Americans. The book is structured as a letter to Baldwins 15-year-old nephew. He counsels his young nephew about how to make it in the world he has been born into, a white world that unequivocally despises black people. Writes Baldwin, The brutality with which Negroes are treated in this country simply cannot be overstated, however unwilling white men may be to hear it. He expressed hope his nephew could build a better life but warned of the devastation and growing despair among black Americans if left unchecked by racial justice and equality of opportunity. The books title forewarns as much, taken from a slave song recreated from a biblical prophecy: God gave Noah the rainbow sign, No more water, the fire next time! Political pundits today are quick to say the anger, fear and vitriol being spewed so vociferously and with such stunning popularity is unprecedented in American politics but that isnt so. Snakes have always been in democracys Garden of Eden. The malevolent and cynical know how to wield prejudice to mobilize a path to power. They blame, seek a target and name the other that is to be feared and despised. They stir the discontent that smolders, burning embers in wait of a caustic breath, and then provoke the heat into flame. The flame grows in magnitude. It becomes a firestorm of hateful-filled attitudes and behaviors that threatens to reduce everything in its path to ash. We like to think we are mostly better than that, and then we get surprised by our own susceptibility to craven thoughts. A demagogue says bad is good and we believe them, if only to justify our premeditation of and desire to sin. Racial, ethnic, and cultural identity is becoming, in the words of The New York Times journalist Eduardo Porter, a main driver of political choice in American politics. It is a dangerous road we take that divides the nation against itself. Said Kings widow of her husbands legacy, As a nation chooses its heroes and heroines, a nation interprets its history and shapes its destiny. I am left wondering: Will the choices Americans make in 2016 be the fire next time? Next: Between the World and Me. Leslie Lilly is a native Floridian. Her professional career spans more than 25 years leading major philanthropic institutions in the South and Appalachia. She writes frequently on issues of politics, public policy and philanthropy, earning national recognition for her leadership in the charitable sector. She resides with her family and pugs in Jupiter. Email her at llilly@floridaweekly.com. s b f C s o leslieLILLYllilly@floridaweekly.com

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New neighbors are moving into beautifully designed villas and apartment residences. A growing community has already made this smart choice. With assurance for tomorrow, we are maximizing today every day eres still time...T btn f rr bt. ROOTED IN NAPLESSculptor is hoping to catch a thiefOn a page taken from a classic art heist novel, thieves were able to abscond with more than $200,000 in bronze sculpture from a local storage facility just before Christmas. Artist Ben Foster had recently arrived from his native Wyoming last month with plans to display and sell his pieces at several events between Naples and Sarasota over the next several weeks. Practically all of his inventory, supplies and transportation were lifted from iStorage at 3836 Tollgate Plaza on Dec. 22. It was pretty devastating, he said. We dont have anything at home we can use (to restock his inventory). Luckily, we had a few pieces coming in from the foundry and a few that were late arriving, but theyre smaller pieces. Devastating indeed. Because so much of our beautiful, Neapolitan life is supplied by hardworking, talented people, its easy to forget how much they have at stake when they stop here. Artists and performers who make a living in a similar fashion to Mr. Foster take up quite a bit of space in our seasonal economy. Think of this years schedules for ArtisNaples or CAPA: Their lineups barely scratch the surface of traveling talent visiting us over the next few months. I like to think artists make a good living touring, but it doesnt come without a huge investment of time, skill, energy, talent and risk lots and lots of risk when they hit the road with their sculptures, instruments, audio/visual equipment, costumes and other highly specific and not terribly replaceable tools of their trade. Mr. Foster specializes in life-sized bronze sculptures of wildlife, with each piece taking up to seven months to complete. By his estimate, it will take at least three years to restock his inventory if the stolen pieces arent recovered. Without inventory to display at the two seasons he participates in (winter here in Southwest Florida and summer in Vail and Aspen, Colo.) his business is in serious jeopardy. According to Mr. Foster, the last time he saw the car hauler he uses to transport about 40 sculptures was Dec. 12, and no one realized it was missing until he returned to the storage facility on Dec. 22 to claim some newly arrived pieces at the front office and retrieve some items from the trailer. He assumed that someone hauled it through a back entrance while he and his family took a brief vacation during the days leading up to Christmas. Collier County Sheriffs Office declined to comment because the investigation is still active, and phone calls to iStorage were not returned. The theft left Mr. Foster scrambling to supply his first show, the Estero Fine Art Show that took place Jan. 2-3. His exhibit tent and display stands, which CCSO valued at about $2,500, were also stolen. Luckily, he had a few late arrivals to sell and some past patrons in the area loaned him their pieces so he could provide examples of his work. The generosity of those who have purchased work from me in previous years and allowed me to display those pieces for the show really made it possible to even be there. We are so grateful for our wonderful collectors, he said. We hope the more people that hear of this, the better our chances are of recovering the artwork. We are still holding out hope for this. Anybody who has information about the theft of Mr. Fosters 40 bronze sculptures, his supplies and the Haulmark trailer is encouraged to contact the sheriffs office by calling 774-4434. To see examples of Mr. Fosters work, visit benfosterbronze.com. Lindsey Nesmith is relieved her work starts anew every week and that it requires only a laptop and a phone. lindseyNESMITHlnesmith@floridaweekly.com COURTESY PHOTOSBronze sculptures by Ben Foster

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Here is a sampling of the work of 11 visual artists we want you to know about, painters, photographers and graphic artists picked by Florida Weekly editors and staff. Their work in one way or another moved us and made us want to look closer. We hope you will feel the same way.Francesco GilliaFrancesco Gillia grew up in Rome surrounded by statues and works that depict the classic human form. They still provide a source of inspiration for his work. That includes a series of realistic, larger than life female nudes he painted for a graduate school thesis in 2012 at Montana State University in Bozeman. As he continued the project, dozens of women who heard about it showed up at his studio asking to pose. Ive never posed before, I hate my body, I want to pose, Mr. Gillia said they told him. I think they saw that its about how beautiful the human body is, rather than stereotypes of female forms in popular culture. He made the nude figures larger than life, he said, in part to make them as big as the statues he loved as a child, to suggest classic beauty in realism, and to make it as if the viewer were a tiny child standing before his or her mother, a symbol of life. The paintings tend to make men uncomfortable, he has found. Usually the women, they get it right away. The men, it takes them a little bit, said Mr. Gillia, 43.He continues to paint and draw inspiration from male and female human forms, and teaches a workshop at Lee County Alliance for the Arts. His work is represented at Sheldon Fine Art gallery in Naples, on Facebook and at francescogillia.com. Myra RobertsMyra Robertss retro postcardpop paintings capture the whimsy of old Florida tourism and vintage imagery. Her oil paintings have sold internationally as well as locally, including to the late great Robert Rauschenberg. In 2006 he bought her portrait of Audrey Hepburn, telling her she had captured Ms. Hepburns spirit. A long-time Sanibel resident, Ms. Roberts, 64, is part nostalgist. But she delves into darker subjects as well. Her latest works of social commentary celebrate the heroes and victims of World War II in styles that include photo transfer, an homage to Mr. Rauschenberg. Some of her most daring pieces explore the famous American auto manufacturer Henry Fords welldocumented but underreported anti-Semitism and his connection to Adolf Hitler, a Ford admirer. Mr. Ford published dozens of newspaper articles disparaging Jews that he later collected into a book. The point is not that we should dismiss his achievements as an auto maker, Ms. Roberts said, but recognize a truth that, at the very least, complicates a man who is widely idolized, especially in Southwest Florida. Mr. Ford railed against Jewish refugees coming to America to escape Hitlers Germany. Its so much like today, Ms. Roberts said. People are being wiped out in Syria, innocent children. I think its important to note that really its the same old same old in a way. As we enjoy our big-screen TVs people dont have shoes to walk on the road because they had to flee their homes. And these are your average doctors, teachers, bakers For her work, Ms. Roberts was recognized by WGCUs 016 Makers: Women Who Make Southwest Florida. A PBS documentary about her life is scheduled to be televised this spring. A current exhibit of her work is on display at the Sanibel Library through Jan. 29.ART WATCHFrom page 1GILLIA ROBERTS Dynamic Male Torso by Francesco Gillia Art by Myra Robertswww.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA8 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016

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Andy HowlWith work that shows influences drawn from such diverse sources as comic books, Japanese myth, Americana and Pop art, Andy Howls work, whether hes tattooing it on skin or creating fine art in multiple mediums, is as evocative as it is fun. My taste is pretty much the same as it was back in art school and even before that, said Mr. Howl, 39. I like a lot of the really old engravers like Gustave Dor and Albrecht Drer. And newer work that has a similar kind of aesthetic, horror comic book artists like Charles Burns and Bernie Wrightson. Few young artists have done more to celebrate the arts in Southwest Florida. He co-founded the popular monthly River District event ArtWalk and founded MusicWalk. A graduate of Savanah College of Art & Design, he has become a champion of mixed media and Low-Brow art, featuring regular exhibits and concerts at HOWL Gallery/Tattoo since he and his wife, Alainna Zwiernik, opened the space in Fort Myers in 2008. In 2013, they moved the hybrid gallery/tattoo shop to a larger space across from the Edison Mall. See his work at andyhowl.com and the gallerys current exhibit, The Devils Reign, on display at HOWL through mid-February. Danielle BranchaudA surrealist painter who studies the landscapes of the mind, Danielle Branchauds sometimes dark and contemplative imagination makes visible an inner universe of metaphor and intuition where anything is possible. Everything I do is inspired by dreams and dreamscapes and introspection, said Ms. Branchaud, 30. Working primarily with acrylics and on medium to large canvases, she is creating a new series of work scheduled to be shown in a solo exhibition at HOWL Gallery from Saturday, April 2, through May. The series, which she calls Psychopomp, sprung from her research into psychologist Carl Jungs archetypes. She has a really good eye, said gallery owner Mr. Howl. With a refined and illustrative sense of form, line and color, her work can at times blend classic human forms with dazzlingly colorful expressionist imagery. Combined with a survey of personal experience, her paintings have created a window through the eyes of the subconscious, into a place that illustrates those basest of instincts and emotions, reads a statement on her website, dbranchaudart.wordpress.com. The nightmarish imagery used to illuminate those unconscious thoughts serve as further exploration into the things that make us human. Ms. Branchauds work may also be found on Facebook, at Art Bar in downtown Fort Myers, and at her studio by appointment. Marcus JansenMarcus Jansens big-canvas urban expressionist landscapes can be intriguing and complicated in their ambiguity. They sometimes also include anchoring images amid the ruins a distant oil derrick, for instance, or Mickey Mouse which suggest that his paintings are not made-up fictions but a form of reportage, commentary and critique on social, political and personal forces that hes wrestling with. A lot of times the paintings will tell me something that I dont know, and those are the ones that I like, he said. I want something that gets me involved. If it gets me involved, itll get you involved.SEE ART WATCH, A10 HOWL BRANCHAUD JANSEN Marcus Jansen Tattoo by Andy Howl Danielle Branchaud Tattoo by Andy Howl Danielle Branchaud NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 NEWS A9

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An example of what might be on his mind as he works: genetically modified food, increasing surveillance due to threats and fear, the militarization of police and the environment. Mr. Jansen often finds American painters work too academic and unwilling to engage social forces. Street art is one antidote to that, he said, with Banksys work being the most well known example. He has also been inspired lately by German painters such as Jonathan Meese. His early inspirations include 1980s New York City graffiti artist West One. I think theres a sense of fear a lot of times with artists and even with myself of putting something out there that wont sell, that might be put down because its not good enough, he said, especially when he was younger (Mr. Jansen was born in 1968) and had not yet shot to the near legendary, international status where he finds himself now. But art has always been something that needs to question as far as Im concerned. And I try to do that as much as I can. Mr. Jansens home studio is on the eastern edge of downtown Fort Myers. Part of the 14,000-square-foot space, Unit A, is also open to the public by appointment. Marcus Jansen DECADE, a book about his life and work was released on Jan. 1, Marcus Jansen DECADE. A new documentary film by John Scoular, Examine and Report, is being released this year as well. Mr. Jansen is embarking on a museum tour that starts this year in Europe and continues in the U.S. in 2017. Dana RoesOften working on big canvases, Dana Roes explores the notion of voids; missing pieces, inaccessible or unknowable spaces, she writes in an artist statement. Put another way, Ms. Roes is an artist who is hard to categorize, following the work where it leads her, whether abstract or photorealistic pieces. One of her most personal works is TH1 from her 2013 series, Threshold. While the painting is of her mothers last breath, it is as intellectual as it is personal. I would hate it to take the spin of being sentimental, she said. Why I painted it? I couldnt tell you. I think I was wrestling with the image and I was trying to understand it, trying to figure it out through my work. And I think I was somewhat haunted by that image and I just wanted to materialize it and understand it a little. Of course I dont understand it any more than when I was experiencing it but I got to be a little more intimate with it. And strangely although its a literal image I think conceptually it had to do with everything that I paint about. Its always that space in between A trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art when she was young moved her to think about becoming an artist. There, she saw Composition VII by Wassily Kandinsky. Which is funny because I dont even care for his work but as a 15-year-old it just spoke to me in ways I didnt even understand, she said. And I spent the next 10 years trying to understand it. Ms. Roes is a professor at Florida SouthWestern State College in Lee County. She has exhibited throughout the United States and in Sweden, Australia, China and Iceland. Her work can be viewed at danaroes.com. Michelle TriccaMichelle Triccas photographs might be taken from the perspective of an outsider, or an insider. She frames documentary-style images with a laid-back, soulful empathy that is both sharply observant and seemingly casual. Some of her best photographs are filled with the sun and sand, bodies and bright colors and lostin-the-moment bliss of the beaches that are so much ART WATCHFrom page 9ROES TRICCA COURTESY PHOTOArt by Dana Roes is on display at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery. www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA10 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Rehab by Michelle Tricca Bunda by Michelle Tricca Merman by Michelle Tricca COURTESY PHOTOS CESAR ALSINA

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a part of her work, which is to say a part of her. Thats just my soul, said Ms. Tricca, 46. I grew up on the beach. I lived on the beach. I lived in Hawaii and worked in the surf industry. One series of pictures, Rehab, was taken in San Diego where she lived with five artist friends, some of whom had met at a drug and alcohol treatment center. As the house photographer, one Wednesday afternoon, she captured candid images of her roommates and some of their work. Another picture and one of her most personal is an image of the curvaceous butt of a professional swimmer. Its titled Bunda, a Brazilian Portuguese word for a womans sexy derriere. She originally used the picture for a T-shirt line. Its celebrating a womans full behind, basically, she said. And the reason I chose to put this on a T-shirt is I have a very curvy booty and I was always teased about it growing up. I grew up very self conscious about my curvy bum. Im so thankful for J. Lo and Beyonc because they made it cool to have a big butt. After moving to Naples to be near her parents she at first struggled with the change from the youth culture and open ocean beaches to which she was accustomed to the senior culture and subdued gulf waters off Southwest Florida. But one day she cracked open a fortune cookie that read, Listen to the wisdom of the old, and was inspired. Her latest project is about our elders and their wisdom. See her work at michelletricca.com. Barbara AlbinBarbara Albin is an intuitive abstract artist who has loved to create art since she received her first box of crayons as as little girl growing up in northern Illinois. To me, art has made me ageless, said Ms. Albin, who lives in Punta Gorda. My son turned 40 and I said, when did you get older than me? Lately she has been inspired by music, recognizing how the sounds of certain classical pieces or chants look visually on canvas. A few years ago I was asked to paint on stage for the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, she explained. When I heard the sounds I tried to visualize what color that is and what motion it looks like. I realized I had done that throughout my whole life but this focused it a little more intensely. She aims to capture the spiritual and mystical in her work, whether of California redwood trees or Florida palms. What Im painting is not necessary what you can see but what you cannot see, she said. Ms. Albin sold her first works at age 17 to Northern Illinois University, attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has been in more than 400 juried and invitational shows during her career. Her work is represented at Arts for Act Gallery in Fort Myers through Feb. 2 at Sea Grape Gallery in Punta Gorda and WildChild Art Gallery in Matlacha. JAMA JAMAs bold geometric forms and rich colors reveal an artist whose obsessions and influences tie together philosophy, art, literature, Cuba and America into a singular, searching vision. Jose Andres Mato Alonso was born in 1974 in Havana, Cuba. Since leaving the country in 2002 to be near his family in Naples, the painter, photographer, sculptor and printmaker has come to terms with what it means to be a Cuban American and to find the thread and harmony between geometric anarchy and order. Answering Florida Weekly questions by email, he wrote, I have discovered abstract forms through geometry that make sense to me because they offer questions about the form of the abstract universe. Aristotle is one of his greatest sources of inspiration, as well as Pythagoras, Einstein and Plato, painters such as Goya, Kandinsky, Rothko, Penck, Lam, Basquiat, and poets including Homer, Shakespeare, Poe, Marti, Paz and Kafka. I think the most challenging aspect of art is that it is never ending, it never ceases to search, he said. And with it every day we learn. He has also continued to learn, over the last decade, what it means to be a Cuban American artist. Ever since I arrived in Miami I have felt very proud of the work done by immigrants who came SEE ART WATCH, A12 COURTESY PHOTOSThe Other Dream by Barbara Albin Pills by JAMA NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 NEWS A11

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before me. I did not fit in the political system of Cuba. This is why I have built my career as an artist in Miami, in exile, and why I have become a Cuban American artist. I am proud of this. Im actually two things: One is in love with Cuba and the other is in love with this country. And another love is the work itself, which ultimately becomes something bigger than artist. The painting process demands its needs, the same way children demand in life, he wrote. Each work of art has a character, an identity, a life, its own ugliness, or its own beauty. I discover this and respect it. Each painting, at its moment, is the most important and no matter its beauty or ugliness what matters is its character. I love American expressionism because of the strong character of its works. You can find his current work on Saatchi Art: saatchiart.com/account/artworks/750645. Helen GerroA fine artist and couture fashion designer based in Punta Gorda, Helen Gerro taps into her vivid imagination for inspiration. I always painted what I wanted to see, not what I saw, said Ms. Gerro, 59. I wasnt a realism painter. I always just paint from my imagination. I dont paint from a life form. And so it came from me all of my paintings pretty much. A self-taught artist, Ms. Gerro started out making clothes that her classmates wanted to buy. Later her sketches of clothing turned into paintings, including watercolors, acrylic and oil on canvas. In the 1980s she lived in Manhattan and sold work to department stores and boutiques, before moving to Florida in 2002 to be closer to relatives. She worked in alterations but after Hurricane Charley in 2004 was moved to get back to the artistic work she loved and started painting jeans, which became one of her most popular items. Then she developed a line of painted dresses as well. Shes working on licensing her artwork to major department stores. Her designs have been featured on runways in Fort Myers, Tampa, Sarasota, Naples, Miami, Minneapolis, Atlanta and New York. You can see her work at the Artisans Atelier in downtown Punta Gorda and gerrocouture.com. Her work will be featured at Sidney & Berne Davis Center at the Art Walks the Runway fashion show on Saturday, Feb. 27. ART WATCHFrom page 11GERRO Visual art and outfits by Helen Gerro www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA12 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016

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(2) Among the activists denouncing a proposed solarpanel farm at a December Woodland (North Carolina) Town Council meeting were a husband and wife certain that vegetation near the panels would die because the panels would (the husband said) suck up all the energy from the sun. His wife (described as a retired science teacher) explained that the solar panels prevent photosynthesis (and also, of course, cause cancer). The council voted a moratorium on the panels.Recent recurring themes Paul Stenstrom of Tarpon Springs, Fla., is among the most recent Americans to have discovered the brightest side of federal bankruptcy law, having lived in his mortgaged home basically free of charge from 2002 until 2013 by using the law to stave off foreclosure. Even though none of his 15 petitions was ever approved, he followed each one immediately with another petition, and it was not until 2013 that one judge finally declared Mr. Stenstrom a serially abusive filer, barring further petitions for two years at which point his bank was able to conclude the foreclosure. Upon expiration of the two-year period in September 2015, Mr. Stenstrom quickly filed another bankruptcy petition to keep from being evicted from the townhouse on whose rent he is four months behind. Bright Ideas: In October, once again, police (this time in Liyang in eastern China) arrested a man whom they accused of stealing womens underwear, prolifically, with a device likened to a fishing rod, enabling him to reach into windows and extract goodies. The suspect, 32, admitted to a three-year scheme, and in his van police found 285 bras and 185 panties. In December, Carlos Aguilera, 27, became the most recent brain-surgery patient to assist doctors by remaining conscious during the 12-hour operation and playing his saxophone to help assure surgeons that their removal of a tumor was not affecting his speech, hearing or movement. The operation, at Spains Malaga Regional Hospital, was supposedly Europes first, but News of the Weird has reported two in the United States, including on a guitar-strumming man in 2013 at UCLA Medical Center. Though New York Citys waiting list for subsidized housing stands at more than 300,000, the agency still has only nominal ability to evict a tenant who once qualified but subsequently became wealthier, and the latest beneficiary of those rules, according to a November WPIX-TV report, is a household that reported earning $497,911 in a recent year. Initially, one housing authority official declared it beneficial that such a mixture of income levels occupy subsidized housing so that struggling families would not have only other struggling families for neighbors but public pressure has made the authority reconsider.Least-competent criminals Nurses aide Candace McCray, 36, is the most recent theft suspect to have worn some of the purloined jewelry when meeting police detectives investigating the theft. An assisted-living resident in Palm Beach Gardens, had described her missing gems, and Ms. McCray was questioned as someone with access to the womans room. Joshua Jording, 26, in Latrobe, Pa., became the most recent burglary suspect caught on surveillance video during the crime wearing a shirt with his name on it (which was later found in Mr. Jordings home, along with a stash from the Dec. 2 burglary). Albert Luna, 19, was arrested in Coachella, Calif., in December and charged with swiping the keys while a Federal Express driver was unloading a package. The driver reported that Mr. Luna later walked away when he could not figure out how to drive the truck. (Bonus: The arrest report noted that during the entire episode, Mr. Luna was naked.) Kyle Blair, 25, was arrested in Surrey, British Columbia, in November when he approached a car at an intersection and attempted to pull the driver out. For one thing, the two men in the car were later described as big, burly guys, but more important, they were plainclothes police officers on a stakeout. Syrian refugees (mostly, Muslims) may pose a humanitarian and political crisis for Germany, but the Virginia Care company of Recklinghausen, Germany, said they are good for its business: sales of fake hymens, for women to convince Muslim grooms to believe they were wedding-night virgins. The non-chaste Virginia Care buyer inserts a packet of two membranes (about $54) that will burst by penetrative sex, releasing blood coloring. (The blood is available either in original dark brownish red, which parents are said to expect, or advanced brighter red, thought to be more satisfying to husbands.) Mendel Epstein (Lakewood, N.J.) is not the only rabbi suspected of being overaggressive as he helps desperate wives obtain religiously proper divorces, but he will be headed to prison for 10 years after a federal court found that he used beatings, stun guns and, once, an electric cattle prod to convince reluctant husbands they should sign the papers. Orthodox Jewish wives cannot remarry properly without obtaining a get, and Rabbi Epstein was apparently very convincing. (According to trial evidence, he used the services of four thugs.) Over the years, Rabbi Epstein confessed in court, I guess I got caught up in my tough-guy image. Another Way to Tell If Youre Really, Really Drunk: Her passengers had run away, leaving Elena Bartman-Wallman, 23, behind the wheel but oblivious on a December afternoon in Aleknagik, Alaska, and her cars tires had started to smoke. She had lodged her foot against the accelerator, facing the wrong way on the road, with her wheels spinning continuously, and by the time police arrived (to discover Ms. Bartman-Wallman passed out), the front tires had melted down to the rims. NEWS OF THE WEIRDBY CHUCK SHEPHERDDISTRIBUTED BY UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATE

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Instead, this is an extreme example of how a uniform corporate design language is more of a factor in luxury vehicles than the older staples such as size, speed or flair. Both of these vehicles are aimed at luxury buyers who dont need to seat more than five people and have the right size to attract urban buyers. The base price gap between the MKC and the MKX is only $5,000 ($33,260 and $38,260, respectively.) This creates a situation where Lincoln is betting it can cover more consumer ground as long as they like the styling. For example, if a buyer comes in looking for an MKC, but then decides she wants more interior room, it will be an easy transition to the MKX. Conversely, if a potential customer cannot afford the payments on a loaded MKX, he might not notice the difference in stepping down to a more reasonable and similar-looking MKC. It gives these two crossovers a cannibalistic attitude within the dealership, but it also means Lincoln has more variety to offer consumers within a price class. The interiors are strikingly similar. They both give the driver the same soft leather wrapped steering wheel with radio and infotainment controls attached. This sits in front of a gauge package that utilizes LED screens to offer info on everything from what song is playing to what set of wheels are being powered if its equipped with optional all-wheel drive. These utilize the same touchscreen HD radio system thats logically divided into setting for audio, Bluetooth phone, climate control and navigation all on the same panel. They even have Lincolns new pushbutton gearshift that moves the transmission selector to a vertical stack on the dash. Some drivers might miss the performance feeling of the usual gearstick, but these are not likely Lincolns traditionally laid-back clientele. Both models also get a similar list of options that make these near-twins distinctive compared to rest of the luxury market. This includes features like a panoramic sunroof, pre-collision warning alarm, and an active park assist system that allows either crossover to parallel park itself. This long option list also creates a large price overlap between the two car lines. It forges an interesting unity where a loaded MKC and more basic MKX may both be within budget, which likely aids in tailoring a vehicle to a customers needs. Where decisions will often be made is on size needs. The larger MKX is 7.5 inches longer and has 6.3 more inches of wheelbase. This translates into 2.8 inches more rear legroom and 12 more cubic feet of cargo space. Another large distinction between the two Lincolns is in the engine bay. The smaller MKC has a choice of naturally aspirated and turbocharged fourcylinder motors. The MKX comes with regular and turbo V6s that offer on average 22 percent more horsepower than its little brothers lineup. Both feel like mature cars on the road, but the lighter MKC feels sprightlier. The MKX has a more authoritative feel from its extra power, which also supports a larger towing capacity. At the end of the day, these cars are too similar not to put them in a headto-head comparison. The MKX has a bit more grunt on the street and a few more luxurious interior appointments to justify the extra initial cost. But these two vehicles, in total, give Lincoln the ability to cut a wide swath allowing young urbanites, upper-middle class families and luxury-minded retirees to dial-in their ideal price and size. Now all Lincoln needs to do is make sure it is betting on the right singular design. BEHIND THE WHEEL mylesKORNBLATTmk@autominded.com

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He has also been involved with The Education Foundation-Champions For Learning, the Florida Gulf Coast University Foundation, the Forum Club (as a co-founder and president), the Collier County Tourist Development Council, Big Cypress Basin, the board of directors at Moorings Park and the Collier County Metropolitan Planning Organization. The Korests envisioned and oversaw the creation of the Bower Chapel at Moorings Park, which was donated to the community by his late father-in-law, Edwin Bower. My father-in-law was the most unselfishly generous person Ive ever met, and he taught me just how important philanthropy is, Mr. Korest said. It is our job to do good and to enjoy doing it while we are here. In 2006, the Korests founded the Bower School of Music (now the Bower School of Music and the Arts) at FGCU, donating $2.5 million to its creation. In less than a decade, students from the school have twice appeared in Carnegie Hall. Hodges U. 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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA24 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Aetna, United Health, BCBS, Medicare, Web TPA, Tri-care, Cigna, Freedom, First Health Multiplan Network, Interplan Network1-800-591-DERM RiverchaseDermatology.comWe Proudly Accept Most Insurance Plans HEALTHY LIVING Pouches use tap water to deactivite medsDisposing of old or no longer needed household and prescription medicines often presents a challenge. Even though numerous locations through Collier County serve as drop-off sites, people must take the meds to those places. Not so anymore, at least for a limited time. Drug Free Collier has been chosen as part of a pilot project of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America for the free distribution of a biodegradable pouch capable of neutralizing old and/ or unwanted household and prescription medicines using only simple tap water. Called Deterra, the pouch is produced by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Drug Free Collier has received 10,000 of the pouches to give to local residents who request them. Medicines found in the home are a leading cause of unintentional deaths and poisonings in Collier County each year, said Melanie Black, DFC executive director. Deterra provides a quick, safe and simple solution to disposing of these drugs for residents unable to travel to one of our drop boxes. Local partners in the Deterra initiative include the Collier County Sheriffs Office, Collier County EMS, North Collier Fire Control and Rescue, Marco Island Fire Rescue; Collier County Solid & Hazardous Waste Management and Straighten Up Inc. Drug deactivation pouches are available at the following locations: Benzer Pharmacy at 13020 Livingston Road and at 3795 U.S. 41 E. Gulf Shore Apothecary at 1400 Gulf Shore Blvd. N. and at 11669 Collier Blvd. Marco Island Fire & Rescue, 1280 San Marco Road. North Collier Fire Control & Rescue, 1885 Veterans Park Drive. Immokalee Fire & Rescue; 502 New Market Road, Immokalee. For more information, including a list of places that serve as drop-off site for expired or no longer needed medicines, call Drug Free Collier at 377-0535, email info@drugfreecollier.org or visit drugfreecollier.org. Brush up on how to instill good dental habits in your kids SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYAs hard as parents try to set the right examples, teach the right lessons and reinforce the right habits to their children, we all manage to, at some point, mess up along the way. While some things in life are complicated and practicing proper parenting can be tricky, imparting the right dental habits to our kids shouldnt be. Even so, dentist Peter Vanstrom says a tradition of bad oral health habits continues to plague many households. For example, many people still believe that hard-bristled toothbrushes are the way to go, and that rigorous brushing is a good method for getting the mouth reliably clean, Dr. Vanstrom said. But thats wrong. Today, were seeing more and more people in their 20s and 30s with receding gums and other problems that could be avoided. A dental consultant for CNN as well as a member of the editorial board for WebMD, Dr. Vanstrom offers these tips for parents to set a good example for their childrens lasting dental health. Ditch hard-bristled toothbrushes. Dont be someone who takes out their aggressions on your teeth while brushing especially if youre an older person. Over time, forceful brushing with hard bristles can accelerate gum recession, which may increase sensitivity. The soft-but-firm is the way to go in a toothbrush. That can be accomplished by using a much higher count of soft bristles. With this kind of brush, you can actually improve gum health by gently messaging them, which stimulates blood flow to the area, Dr. Vanstrom said. Im seeing more patients suffer from gum recession and disease at a younger age, including some in their 20s and 30s. Thats why its important to implement good habits when kids are young. Avoid a negative stigma toward oral hygiene. In many homes, brushing is considered a chore, probably because parents see it that way, Dr. Vanstrom said. An easy way to take the work out of oral hygiene is to have easy-to-use products that feel good. Fun products that are visually stimulating are good for smaller children, who are usually more prone to making a game out of brushing and flossing time. Be mindful of the development of casual bad habits. For many, especially children, its easy to develop bad oral habits such as thumb-sucking, nail-biting, straw-chewing, ice-crunching and teeth-grinding, to name some. And, because theyre not as strong as adults, children may be prone to using their teeth to open plastic bags and such. Of course, the habits of our childhood often stay with us in adulthood, so lead first by example, and make sure your child doesnt pick up these habits on their own or through someone else, Dr. Vanstrom stresses.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA26 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 www.pizzolatolaw.com Barbara M. Pizzolato, Esq. BY KIM CAMPBELL THORNTONUniversal UclickThe holidays are over, youre back at work or school and youre still enthusiastic about your new years resolution to get in better shape. I think most of us commit to some version of that resolution every year: to exercise more, take up a new activity, eat right. Include your pet in that fitness resolution, and youll improve his health, performance and longevity, says veterinary sports medicine specialist Cindy Otto, DVM. My cavalier Harper and I started a little early with this resolution when we attended a working dog fitness class last November, led by Dr. Otto. The exercises we learned are often taught to working dogs and canine athletes to help them stay agile and teach them body awareness, but any pet can benefit. I think pet dogs benefit even more because often theyre bored to tears, theyre fat and they dont have anything to mentally stimulate them, Dr. Otto says. I think the whole process, especially training and working with your dog, changes your relationship. A pet workout isnt that different from one you might do for yourself. It includes a warmup, stretching, balance exercises for core power, strength training and a cool down. You can take a fitness class with your dog or learn some simple strategies to work with him on your own, using equipment you may already have or can build easily. A warmup is as simple as walking your dog around for a few minutes to get the blood flowing (especially if he has been crated for any length of time), some active stretches such as downward dog (a play bow) and a counter stretch such as frog dog for groin muscles. A trick such as wave or high five is a good stretch for limbs and shoulders. Complete the warmup with some sits and downs and a rubdown to get the blood flowing. Balance exercises to build a strong core (think pupilates) include sitting up on the hind legs; walking a plank a board placed atop two balance discs so its a little wobbly when the pet crosses it; or standing on single or multiple balance discs. Core exercises can also be as simple as having your pet stand or walk on a sofa cushion or inflatable bed. Dogs need core strength to keep their spine and pelvis healthy and happy, Dr. Otto says. A lot of dogs end up losing their lives because of hind end weakness. Bad hips and bad backs are big causes of euthanasia. Balance work doesnt take long. Spend three to five minutes daily practicing these exercises with your pet. If your dog has a long back or doesnt have good control, be cautious and go slowly with difficult exercises such as sit pretty. Another important aspect of fitness is whats known as proprioception, or body awareness. Learning to back up, fitting all four feet in a box and spinning in both directions are all skills that can help to build this ability. Exercises for building strength and proprioception include walking up hills or walking sideways up hills. Backing up a hill strengthens the rear end while backing down a hill strengthens the front end. Other good strength exercises are pushups repeated sits and downs rolling over in both directions, crawling and trotting through the rungs of a ladder on the ground. Fit dogs have muscle tone, Dr. Otto says. Just being thin isnt enough. To find a class, do a web search for fitness class for pets. You can find classes for puppies, seniors and people and pets of all fitness levels. Dogs and cats can benefit from core and strength training. PET TALESFitness training for your dog (or cat) includes balance work, stretching, tricks and aerobics Pets of the Week>> Dixie Sugar is a spayed 3-month-old American bulldog mix who loves life and is ready for her forever family.>> Kylo Ren is a neutered 3-month-old terrier mix who is well on his way to learning all the roles and rules a puppy should know.>> Princess Leia is a spayed 3-month-old Manchester terrier mix who is anxious to learn her puppy manners.>> Rey is a spayed 3-monthold Manchester terrier mix who is ready to fall in love with her forever family.To adopt or foster a petThis weeks adoptable pets are from Brookes Legacy Animal Rescue, an allvolunteer, foster home rescue organization. For more information, call 434-7480, email Admin@BrookesLegacyAnimalRescue.org or visit brookeslegacyanimalrescue.com. PROACTIVE. PERSONAL. PERCEPTIVE. PREPARED. (877) 328-40373606 Enterprise Avenue, Suite 200 Naples, FL 34104 SeaCure Advisors LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor Retirement Planning Wealth Management Asset Protection 401k and Other Company Retirement Plans Business Consulting and Planning Tax Planning Portfolio Diversication and Investment Risk Management Financial Planning for Children with Special Needs Estate Planning Financial Security For Your Mature Needs Robert P. Miller, CFPTMRegistered Investment Advisor

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Tooth reshaping and contouring is most oen used on the upper front incisors and canines, but may also be employed to correct bite imbalances involving the molars. Feel free to contact us with any questions about correcting crooked teeth or to schedule a consultation. We believe it is our responsibility to share our acquired knowledge and understanding of oral health with each and every patient. Let us help you smile. is column is brought to you in the interest of better dental health by the oce.George M. Mantikas, DMD, LLC A Practice For Optimal Dental Fitness THE DIVA DIARIESThe holidays are over, but party season is just getting into full swingTheres nothing worse than that super scary moment when you realize that youre failing terribly at your new years resolutions, and its mostly because the holidays are STILL HAPPENING. Seriously, think about it: Well into January, we all have those neighbors who still have inflatable Santas in their yards. And if not lawn dcor, at least we know folks whose trees remain in their living rooms well past Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I get it. Taking Christmas down isnt nearly as festive as putting it up. Decorating the tree is all about Christmas carols, yummy cookies and tasty cocktails. Taking it down means sacrificing a Sunday as you vacuum up pine needles, sad tinsel and attempt to store tangled twinkly lights into Tupperware bins better than you did the year before. Then theres the fact that in Southwest Florida, December runs like a runaway freight train straight into party season. Up North, the holidays mark the end of the sparkle. Up there, when January rolls around, folks put away their garland, their heels and their Spanx. Come the new year, they bring out their blankets, sweaters and flannel jammie pants and happily hibernate until springtime. But here in the bottom half of Florida, Christmas and the new year usher in a busy season of soirees, fundraisers and fancy to-dos. While our Northern friends bundle up in long sleeves until April, we have to contend with trying to achieve Michelle Obama arms in strapless gowns right after weve consumed a ridiculous amount of Christmas cookies and 14 gallons of eggnog. When it comes to new years resolutions eating low carb, drinking a gallon of water a day and completing those 10,000 steps daily on the FitBit we got for Christmas we have zero time between Christmas dinner, New Years Eve cocktails and the black-eyed peas and cornbread of New Years Day before were forced to squeeze into some godforsaken cocktail dress in mid-January. Its not fair. I sometimes think that seasons are for a reason. I think I would do better with my resolutions if in January I were holed up in my house with a fireplace and Netflix, as opposed to flitting from event to event, constantly tempted with brie cheese, pinot grigio and bacon-wrapped asparagus. As it is, Thanksgiving barrels into Christmas, which slams into the new year, which mercilessly smashes head on into party season. Finally, all the glitter will calm down around about May. Just in time for swimsuit season. Sigh. I plan on starting my healthy lifestyle resolutions somewhere around August, when here in Southwest Florida, hopefully, the holidays will finally, blessedly, be over. Ciao for now, my lovelies! Stay tuned for another divalicious diary entry next week t b b S r s stephanieDAVIS sdavis@floridaweekly.com

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BUSINESS & REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES B1SECTIONWEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 INSIDE The Fool knowsExplaining the rule of 72 and mock portfolios. B6 House HuntingLake and golf course views in a Mediterra neighborhood for $4,850,000. B8 Leaving an imprintThe sixth annual Allegra FootPRINT awards. B7 Talk to the experts in Palm Beach or Naples or Fort Myers or even Punta Gorda, and you get variations on a theme. The theme is this: Home prices will continue to rise in 2016, wherever you are. Its a sellers market now, but in Florida a market for rational sellers, not proud sellers for people who will do best by not expecting to get more than the market bears, says Denny Grimes, owner of Denny Grimes & Co, a southwest coast firm. Every property sells now if its priced right, but I see some bubbles forming (in the region) with higher inventory one problematic area BY ROGER WILLIAMSrwilliams@ oridaweekly.com SEE MARKET, B4 The nuanced not-quite boom in Floridas home real estate SELLERS MARKET COURTESY KELLER WILLIAMS PEACE RIVER PARTNERSCOURTESY PHOTOGRIMES My advice for sellers now is that 2016 is probably the right time to sell. Were at a place in the market where things have kind of peaked for a while. Randy Thibault, Land Solutions Naples TOP 1 % Our Experience Counts. Our Expertise Sells. luxeexclusivelyFrom Port Royal to Bonita Beach, The Bua Bell Group serves the Luxury Market. Were Local, Were Global! BuaBellSellsNaples.com | BuaBellGroup@JohnRWood.com Emily K. Bua 239.659.6115 or Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 Pine Ridge $8.980 M 209 Ridge Drive Celebrita at Mediterra $1.899 M 16469 Celebrita Court

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 BUSINESS B3 Get Your Tickets While They Last!January 16, 2016 at 6:00 pm Visit www.cattlebaronslee.com or call 239.936.1113 for more information. TRAILBLAZER SPONSOR MAVERICK SPONSORS HOME ON THE RANGE SPONSOR RUSTLER SPONSORS Single Tickets$350 VIP Couple$1,000 Wrangler Table for 8$3,500Top Rocker Field at Six Bends Harley-DavidsonEVENT CHAIR:State Representative Heather Fitzenhagen FEATURING: mqcaLOOsa atch e cOwBOYS presents The Show www.bobharden.comNews and commentary you can use to help you enjoy life on the Paradise Coast.Streamed live, Monday-Friday, 7-8 a.m. The show is archived for your listening convenience. Brought to you in part by w w w w w w News and c o N n use to hel ca n o n t h e P a r a M Th e B like us on facebook MONEY & INVESTINGChina ushers in a rough start to the yearThe first week of 2016 has not been a pleasant experience for equity or commodity investors, to put it mildly. The first trading day of the year saw the Dow drop 277 points, the next day it rose 10 points, on Wednesday it dove 252 points, on Thursday it plummeted 392 points and on Friday it fell 167 points. So an average index investor has lost over 6 percent of the value of her portfolio in a week. Those investors who have invested heavily in energy, material or international companies have witnessed their portfolios drop in double-digit percentages. The crazy thing about this is that it has occurred in a week where another stellar jobs report came out announcing that the U.S. economy created another 292,000 jobs last month, bringing the total number of jobs created in 2015 to 2.7 million. So why the dismal start to 2016 and what can we expect in the weeks ahead?The reason behind the sour mood on Wall Street can be summed up in one word: China. More specifically, two events recently transpired that have spooked the market. First, the government has allowed the Chinese currency, the yuan, to depreciate significantly against the dollar and other global currencies. In fact, China has spent billions of dollars of its foreign reserves to make sure the depreciation happened. This was unexpected, as China had previously been strengthening its currency for years in order to show that the yuan could be a true reserve currency and to increase consumer consumption within the country. Many analysts have speculated that the government initiated this new policy because the Chinese economy is much weaker than people believe. China would then need a weaker currency to spur its manufacturing and export driven economy by making its goods cheaper for overseas buyers. This is not good for U.S. manufacturers who will have to compete again for even less expensive Chinese goods. And it is not good for U.S. multinational corporations like Apple who look to sell to Chinese consumers as the yuan has less purchasing power, making their goods more costly.The second incident in China recently was the complete meltdown of the Chinese stock market, which turned out to be a result of a mostly a self-inflicted wound. In 2015, the Chinese stock market was one of the most volatile in the world. To combat this volatility, the government initiated circuit breakers at the start of this year to decrease these wild price swings. In simple terms, if the market fell by more than 7 percent, these circuit breakers would kick in and actually stop trading in the market. The thought process was that it would give the market time to catch its breath and when the market would reopen, cooler heads would prevail. Unfortunately, it did the exact opposite. When the market started to fall, people began to worry that the circuit breakers would stop trading and so they immediately sold their shares so as not to be locked out of the market and be unable to sell. This selling caused the markets to fall even further and a vicious cycle ensued, which actually caused the circuit breakers to kick in. This happened again and again until the government, four days after installing the breakers, removed them and suddenly the markets stabilized. So should these two market events in China have caused so much damage to our stocks here in the U.S.? For companies like steel producers and oil explorers or Macau casino operators, a recession in China would be disastrous. There is already too much oil and steel in the global market and too few Chinese highrollers at the Baccarat tables. But for the rest of the U.S. economy, there should be a much lesser impact. Airlines, service companies that focus on domestic clients, restaurants, and companies like Walmart should all benefit from lower oil and commodity prices, low inflation and cheaper Chinese goods. So in a few months, we may all be kicking ourselves for not buying more high quality equities during this dip. But right now it is pretty scary. Happy new year indeed. Eric Bretan, the co-owner of Ricks Estate & Jewelry Buyers in Punta Gorda, was a senior derivatives marketer and investment banker for more than 15 years at several global banks. s o m t u h s ericBRETANestaterick@gmail.com

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB4 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Anna Liu Ken ThomasBob Schoonmaker Bill Hallal Kathy HouckThomas AboodITS NOT HOW WELL THEYLL WORK FOR US. ITS HOW WELL THEYLL WORK FOR YOU. The Huntington Private Client Group continues to grow. Call us to put them to work for your banking business. 239-594-5900Member FDIC. Huntington is are federally registered service marks of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated. Huntington Welcome is a service mark of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated. Huntington Bancshares Incorporated. SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST NAPLES, FL: Plans, organizes, and conducts speech therapy program to facilitate rehabilitation of patients/patients following illness, disease or injury. Please mail resumes to: Heartland Employment Service d/b/a HCR ManorCare, Ms. Emily Croak 333 N. Summit Street Toledo, OH 43604 Ref job #GB470639 in Collier County is near the heart of Naples, with a lot of tear-downs and people rebuilding. Its problematic because some people are using dartboard logic, he explains, a fact that could affect markets almost everywhere. One seller put a home on the market for $2.7 million for a year. He had an offer at $2.6, turned it down, and went shopping for a new agent. Now he wants $3.4, Mr. Grimes says. Thats called dartboard logic. Thats also human nature, observes Randy Thibault, president of Land Solutions, a company devoted to land development, new housing and new sales in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties. Sellers who saw their property values tank five years ago might look at current conditions and assume that the market is booming says Mr. Thibault. That perception might make them too optimistic and they might want more now than the market can bear. My advice for sellers now is that 2016 is probably the right time to sell. Were at a place in the market where things have kind of peaked for a while. For buyers, if they plan on getting in the market and some may have gotten in a little late now is the time. Because, fact: interest rates are going up. Fact: prices of new homes have gone up 50 percent in the last year in some cases because of materials, labor and optimism. Sometimes too much optimism. Realtors have a joke they tell about dartboard logic, Mr. Grimes says. Question: How do you know a seller significantly overpriced their home? Answer: The neighbors agree with the asking price.NuancesIn each market there are nuances factors that suggest national figures for home prices are constructs, not literal representations of markets here.Lee and Collier counties Mr. Grimes comparative analysis of Lee and Collier suggest some significant nuances, and differences, in those markets. Lee County sales were up 11 percent last year, he ways, while Naplesarea sales were up about 3 percent, in part because of price points: Collier has a median sales price of $405,000, which is almost double Lees $211,000 median. The irony is that some buyers who hear about the Naples-Fort Myers area and how nice Naples is fly into the Lee County airport, drive to Naples, then bounce back to Lee to buy a home when they see the prices, he says. In luxury sales, Collier has had a 54 percent increase in sales, while Lees is up 30 percent, Mr. Grimes says. That showed in figures produces at Premier Sothebys International Realty of Naples. All indicators point to sales values steadily increasing across all of our markets, says Judy Green, president and CEO at Premier Sothebys. Well maintain our focus on extraordinary customer service leveraged by high quality listings, while looking for ways to even further use technology to advance our services. At Sothebys, she reports, the average sales price increased 8 percent to about $1.1 million in 2015, and the volume of sales jumped to more than $4 billion, up from $3.4 billion in 2014, in part a result of the companys 20 percent increase in locations, to 34 in Florida and North Carolina. Another key nuance in Lee County and some other areas, meanwhile, may be inventory in November, inventory was down to 4.4 months, says Jason Jakus, president of the Realtors Association of Greater Fort Myers and the Beaches, and owner of NextHome Advisors. A balanced market would be five to seven months of inventory, he explains, and once you get below 5 percent, experts say youre in a sellers market. The average days-on-market of homes in the region was 44 three years ago, which dropped to 34 and is now running about 30, so buyers probably need to be decisive when they see something they like, he advises. There are more financing deals than before, too, Mr. Jakus explains three out of five purchases, which means the homes have to be appraised before the bank provides money, deflecting some dartboard pricing. And the sweet spot for buyers in the region now ranges between $250,00 and $500,000. Three years ago, says Denny Grimes, the median price in Lee was only $128,000, which means half the homes were more expensively valued and half were less. In 2015, the median was $211,000, or 65 percent higher. So we crossed the $200,000 barrier this year. All of which may suggest that home prices in the region will rise more quickly in 2016 than the national average suggests, just as they have been. That would happen in part because of a Lee County bubble a huge rise in home prices shortly before the recession hit that was among the highest in the country. It resulted in a terrible downside four or five years later: a foreclosure rate before 2010 that ranked the highest in the United States, and dropped prices so much that the return to steady growth and profits has required more dramatic jumps, say the experts. Where we were at the peak of the boom (almost a decade ago) was $329,000, recalls Mr. Grimes. So when you talk about the nation, median sales prices have surpassed the peak market of 2005 or 2006. Our values have not, however, and we dont want them to. Ours is a rational market now, recovering from artificially high numbers to artificially low. Id love to see it grow six or seven or eight percent this coming year, but not more than that.Charlotte CountyAlthough Sunshine State numbers are higher than that, about 8 percent, says Tom Weekes, a Realtor and analyst with his wife, Gay Weekes, at Keller Williams Peace River Partners, Charlotte County prices are most likely to reflect the national trend. Our numbers have been pretty consistent for several years, he explains, with sales running from a low of just over 2,000 in 2008 to a high of 4,500 this year, and as a retirement market an influx of baby boomers 62 or older expected to continue through 2023. Mr. Weekes expects prices to continue to go up at just over the national rate. But Charlotte County may be the only market without more significant nuances.Palm Beach In the town of Palm Beach, at the heart of Palm Beach County, national data might as well exist on another planet. The town of Palm Beach operates on its own heartbeat, explains Jeff Cloninger, senior broker associate at Sothebys International. The median sales price in 2014, at $3.475 million, was up 20 percent to $4.2 million for 2015, he says. And in Palm Beach County as a whole there were 12 and 14 percent increases in 2013 and 2014. The county appraisers office was estimating a similar increase by the end of 2015 though those numbers arent tallied yet. Part of what happened in the luxury homes market several years ago was confusion and uncertainty not lack of money, perhaps. There were a lot of frustrated buyers during the bad times, Mr. Cloninger points out, because no one knew which way prices were going. But those buyers who were sitting on their hands then, are out in droves now. Most startling of all, perhaps is that prices in Palm Beach (the town) now exceed those of the Florida boom almost a decade ago, but with one likely difference in the economic climate, he concludes: Prices will rise at a sustainable rate. Not in general the 25 percent appreciation of 2004 or 2005. Now were seeing more thoughtful, judicious study on the part of buyers. MARKETFrom page B1 Randy Thibault, owner of Land Solutions: The main theme we see in 2016 is this: Perception sometimes is not reality. There is a perception of many that the market is on re again, that weve recovered and were in a boom cycle. Thats partly true, but with a caveat: Be rational. There was so much hope for a market uptick in the last 36 months that when we saw double-digit per annum permit increases for multiand single-family new homes ranging from as high as 20 to almost 60 percent, many decided that we could continue that pace. Heres the not-so-good news: Thats what we believed in 2003 to 2004 that there was no limit. If you believe it will keep going up, that well be back to the levels of 2005 in three or four years, thats where trouble begins. But we (at Land Solutions) are excited because we went from only a few thousand permits in Lee, Collier or Charlotte in 2009, to this year. Now, were doing about 12,000, but thats far from the 45,000 we did in 2005. By comparison, in the year 2000 we pulled around 10,000 permits. So in 2015, nally, were back to stability, and thats a great thing. The concern is, when I market that as a new norm, thats where we run into trouble. So I think in 2016 that permits being pulled for new home sales and land sales are going to level off. We predict 13,000 to 14,000 permits this coming year. This is really good news. Because capitalism was going unchecked in 2005. Right now, we need a year to catch up in our market. We have much less labor than we need. Weve pushed the capability of our workforce to build new homes to its maximum now. CLONINGER GREEN

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 BUSINESS B5 Encore Realty, LLC | 2240 Venetian Court, Naples, FL 34109Cell: 239.537.5351 | Encore-Realty.com 40 3rd Street North LISTED AT $4,499,000 3,994 sq. ft. under air; 5,305 sq. ft. total 4 bedrooms + den, 4 full baths, 2 half baths 2 blocks from the beach Beautiful outdoor living area 434 3rd Avenue South LISTED AT $4,550,000 3909 sq. ft. under air: 4971 sq. ft. total 4 bedrooms +Den, 4 full baths 2 half baths 2 Blocks to Downtown 5th Ave South, 4 blocks to beach Luxurious Pool Area with Southern Exposure 444 3rd Avenue South LISTED AT $4,275,000 3664 sq. ft. under air: 4586 sq. ft. total 5 bedrooms + Loft, 6 full baths 2 Blocks to Downtown 5th Ave South, 4 blocks to beach Luxurious Pool Area with Southern Exposure 489 1st Ave South LISTED AT $3,890,000 3347 sq. ft. under air; 3913 total sq. ft. 4 bedrooms + loft, 3 full baths, 1 half bath 4 blocks to the beach and 4 blocks to 5th Ave. S. Western exposure with private pool 2025 Crayton Rd. LISTED AT $3,750,000 4,179 sq. ft. Under Air; 6,270 sq. ft Total 4 Bedrooms + Den + Loft, 4 Full Baths, 2 Half Baths Oversized Corner Lot with Southern Exposure Spacious Outdoor Area 428 Central Avenue LISTED AT $3,890,000 3,506 sq. ft. under air; 4111 sq. ft. total 3 bedrooms + den, 3 full baths, 2 half baths 3.5 blocks from the beach with Southern Exposure Gorgeous private outdoor living area. Dante DiSabatoBroker Associate to a t e 180 Central Avenue LISTED AT $6,499,0005,327 sq. ft. under air; 7,421 sq. ft. total 5 bedrooms + den and ex space, 6 full baths, 1 half bath 3 homes from the beach with Southern exposure Follow me on: *Prices and/or renderings are subject to change without notice.SCORE needs office helpersThe Naples chapter of SCORE, counselors to Americas small businesses, is looking for volunteers to greet clients and answer the telephone at the SCORE office at 900 Goodlette-Frank Road. There are many other administrative tasks including sending out letters of introduction to local businesses and following up by telephone. The SCORE workshop committee is always in need of volunteers to assemble handouts, and brochures need to be distributed to local banks, CPA firms and law firms alerting their clients to the free and confidential business counseling SCORE provides. To learn more about SCORE programs and services, visit naples.score. org. CFA Society Naples hosts 2015 Annual Forecast DinnerThe Chartered Financial Analyst Society Naples will welcome several nationally acclaimed speakers at its 2016 Annual Forecast Dinner set for Thursday, Jan. 28, at The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort. Emmy Award-winning journalist Chad Oliver of NBC2 News will serve as the evenings emcee. The speakers are: Michael Farr, president of Farr, Miller & Washington, LLC Mr. Farr is a paid contributor for CNBC television and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America and The NBC Nightly News as well as on CNN, Bloomberg TV and Reuters. Kenny Polcari, director/vice president at ONeil Securities, Inc. Mr. Polcari represents the interests of domestic and international institutional asset managers who need to access global equity markets. He has more than 30 years of experience on Wall Street and is also a CNBC market analyst. Yasmin Landy, CFA, institutional portfolio manager for Fidelity Management & Research Company Fidelity Management & Research Company is the investment advisor for Fidelitys family of mutual funds.The panel discussion will be moderated by Bob Luck, CFA, director of society advocacy engagement at the CFA Institute.The 2016 Annual Forecast Dinner begins with cocktails and hors doeuvres at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and the presentation at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $65 for CFA Society members and $90 for others. A table for eight is $500. For reservations or more information, email Jenny Lynn Dunn at admin@cfanaples. org.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB6 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 My roots go back to the 1903 purchase of a curtain-rod manufacturing company in Ogdensburg, New York. By 1965, I had bought more than 70 other companies, and in 1999, I made a major acquisition thats reflected in my current name. Today Im a global consumer product and commercial product company, with a market value near $12 billion. My brands include Sharpie, Graco, Calphalon, Irwin, Lenox, Levolor, Paper Mate and Goody, and Im merging with Jarden, which will add brands such as Bicycle playing cards, Mr. Coffee, Coleman, Jostens, Oster, Rawlins, Sunbeam, Seal-a-Meal and Yankee Candle. Who am I? Think you know the answer? Well announce it in next weeks edition. THE MOTLEY FOOLTo Educate, Amuse & Enrich Ask the Fool Fools School My Dumbest Investment The Motley Fool Take Name That Company Last weeks trivia answer Write to Us! Send questions for Ask the Fool, Dumbest (or Smartest) Investments (up to 100 words), and your Trivia entries to Fool@fool.com or via regular mail c/o this newspaper, attn: The Motley Fool. Sorry, we cant provide individual financial advice. Insurance Mistakes to AvoidSpending considerable money on various kinds of insurance is inevitable for most of us, but if were smart about it, we wont spend more or less than necessary. Here are some common insurance mistakes people make: Buying unnecessary insurance: Life insurance is critical if anyone depends on your income, such as kids, a spouse or even parents. It doesnt usually make sense to insure the lives of children, though, or even yourself if youre single and no one depends on your income. Flight insurance is generally unnecessary, too. Air travel is very safe especially compared to traveling by car yet people who dont carry sufficient auto insurance routinely buy flight insurance. Viewing life insurance as a lottery ticket: Another mistake is looking at life insurance as a way for your loved ones to get wildly rich. One rule of thumb is to be insured for five to 10 times your salary. For maximum peace of mind, and perhaps to cover future college expenses, you might consider getting more than that. Discontinuing necessary coverage: Many people, after paying for a policy for years, will stop if they become financially squeezed. This is dangerous, as it leaves them unprotected. Neglecting to get necessary protection: Many people insure against some important risks, but neglect others. For example, dont put off getting life insurance if you need it; most people who die young never expected to. If youre going without health insurance, medical costs could wipe you out. Its often wise to have disability insurance, too, lest you end up unable to work for a short or long while.If you rent your home, its smart to buy renters insurance to cover the value of your personal property. If you have home insurance, depending on where you live, you might want to add flood insurance and earthquake coverage, as well. An umbrella policy offers added protection from lawsuits. Dont short-change yourself on insurance. If a policy is pricey, its probably because you stand a good chance of filing a claim one day. Learn more at fool.com/ insurance and insure.com. Rebalanced Away ProfitsMy dumbest investment was rebalancing my portfolio several times after my Netflix shares soared, without any supporting data to suggest that the stock would trend down. In fact, the reasons I purchased the stock remained consistent. I did this because of all the advice Ive seen about rebalancing that doesnt explain why and when to do it. My portfolio would be three or more times as valuable today had I not rebalanced without supporting data indicating it was a good time to take profits. A.J., onlineThe Fool Responds: There are different schools of thought on this topic. Some will tell you to let your winners run, but if you do so, you run the risk of a strong performer suddenly collapsing. (Netflix dropped 61 percent in 2011, when many investors thought its heyday was over.) A more conservative approach is to rebalance your portfolio whenever one or more holdings come to dominate it perhaps once they represent 10 percent to 20 percent or more of it, or if a class of assets (such as stocks or bonds) has grown or shrunk significantly in your portfolio. You dont need any data suggesting that a given stock will fall though if it has grown well beyond a reasonable valuation, it may well pull back at some point. (The Motley Fool owns shares of and has recommended Netflix.) An Energetic InvestmentThe energy sector has been whacked by low prices for oil and natural gas, and thats presenting some buying opportunities. Consider, for example, Spectra Energy (NYSE: SE), a leading North American pipeline and midstream company. Its operations include more than 22,000 miles of pipelines for natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil; about 300 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage; 4.8 million barrels of crude oil storage; and natural gas gathering, processing and local distribution operations. Spectras stock price has fallen by more than a third over the past year, and that has sent its dividend yield up to a recent 6.5 percent. Some worry that the dividend might get cut, as earnings and free cash flow are depressed, but even slashing it in half would leave a significant yield, and the low-price environment isnt likely to last forever.Spectra sports a large and growing backlog of projects slated to come online through the end of the decade. Better still, much of its revenue comes from collecting fees for moving natural gas through its huge network of pipelines. That fee-based revenue is secured by long-term contracts, which allows for reliable revenue projections and greatly insulates the company from swings in commodity prices. Patient investors should take a closer look at Spectra. (The Motley Fool owns shares of and has recommended Spectra Energy.) You used to know me as Google, but now I have a new name, so that I can encompass Google and many other businesses. Some of my offerings, such as Google Maps, YouTube, Chrome and Android, have more than a billion users. Founded in California in 1998, my search engine was initially called BackRub. I own the Waze and Songza apps, too, and I bought Nest, which makes smart thermostats and more. I employ more than 50,000 people, and my market value recently topped $500 billion. If you give up, my website is at abc.xyz. Who am I? (Answer: Alphabet) The Rule of 72QWhats the Rule of 72? F.S., Shenandoah, IowaAIt helps you estimate how long it will take money to double at various rates of growth. Imagine your investment is earning 4 percent in interest annually. Divide 72 by 4, and youll get 18. That suggests it will take roughly 18 years to double your money. Earning 10 percent annually, youll double your money in about 7.2 years. The rule works well for growth rates up to about 10 percent and pretty well up to 25 percent. It works in reverse, too. If you want to double your moolah in six years, just divide 72 by six, and youll see that youll need an average growth rate of roughly 12 percent. Its even good for inflation. Wondering how long it will take prices to double if inflation is about 3 percent? Divide 72 by 3, and you get 24 years. ***QWhats a mock portfolio? M.R., Bremerton, WashingtonAIts a great way for new investors and others to practice investing. With a mock portfolio, you go through the motions of investing, stopping short of actually plunking down your hard-earned cash. Research companies that interest you, decide which ones youd buy, and then set up a pretend portfolio. You can do so on paper, but its more convenient online, at financial websites that offer portfolio tracking. (You can set up a watch list at my.fool.com/watchlist, too.) Record details such as when you bought the shares and at what price. Then you can follow your performance over time and see if you beat the market. An online portfolio is also a good way to keep track of your watch list of promising stocks. Want more information about stocks? Send us an email to foolnews@fool.com. ng B y e r or n t dy y ate m w s u card s Jo st en beam k ee C a n Think We ll an no edition BUSINESS MEETINGS A Job Search Support Group meets from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Mondays at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. Contact Karen Klukiewicz at kluk77@comcast.net or visit napleschamber.org. Consultants from the Small Business Development Center at Florida Gulf Coast University are available at the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce, 2390 Tamiami Trail N., every Thursday. To make an appointment for a free session, call Suzanne Specht at 745-3704 Business After Hours for members and guests of the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce takes place from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, at Wiebel, Hennells & Carufe, PLLC, 9420 Bonita Beach Road. To RSVP, call 9922943 by Jan. 13. Young Professionals of the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce meet for networking and happy hour from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, at the Prado Stadium 12, 25251 Chamber of Commerce Drive. RSVP by calling 992-2943. Business After Five for members and guests of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce takes place from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at Sandalwood Village, new 55-and-older gated apartment community at 3511 Vanderbilt Beach Road. $10 for chamber members/ $25 for others. Reservations required by noon Jan. 18. Sign up at napleschamber.org/events. The inaugural FastBreak Marketing in the Morning session for members of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce takes place from 7:15-9 a.m. Friday, Jan. 22, in the Leadership Collier Foundation meeting room at chamber headquarters, 2390 Tamiami Trail N. Patterned after the chambers Accelerated Networking luncheon, FastBreak attendees will enjoy a rapid-fire, lead-producing session following a light breakfast. $20, limited to the first 60 registrations. Sign up at napleschamber.org/events. The Public Relations Society of America-Gulf Coast Chapter meets for lunch and a program at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 at Avow Hospice, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane. Guest speakers William Barker, vice president and regional publisher of the Naples Daily News, and Mike Jung, president and publisher of The News-Press Media Group, will discuss The Future of Southwest Floridas Two Largest Daily Newspapers, focusing on the proposed merger of their respective publishing companies and what it means for local readers and advertisers. Cost is $27for PRSA members, $35 for others. Reservations are required by Jan. 22. Call Russell Tuff at 353-1687 or visit gulfcoastprsa.org. The Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Community Business Expo from 3-7 p.m. Thursday, March 10, at The Promenade in Bonita Springs. Admission is free for the public. Sponsors in addition to the chamber and The Promenade are the city of Bonita Springs and Royal Shell Real Estate Rentals & Vacations. For more information, visit bonitaspringschamber.com. Email business meeting announcements to cpierce@floridaweekly.com.

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Sue@SueMyhelic.com SueMyhelic.com Bonita Beach $1,099,000 2BR, 2BA plus 1st oor guest quarters with 1BR, 1BA and kitchenette. Easy to maintain yard with boat dock, pool, and hot tub. Vanderbilt Surf Colony $559,000Sunrise to sunset, this 2BR, 2BA turkey furnished home has spectacular views. Move-In ready. Stonebridge $525,000 Turnkey furnished attached villa, 2BR, 2BA, 2-car garage. Screened lanai, private pool and wooded area off lanai. GOLF EQUITY INCLUDED VIEWS TO SANIBEL STEPS TO THE BEACHREAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY B8 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016Showcase puts five Mediterra models on displayMediterra shows off five luxury homes in a model home showcase from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 16-17 and 23-24. Visitors to the gated community in North Naqples will explore London Bay Homes luxury villa and single-family estate model homes priced from $1 million to more than $3 million, each one paired with luxury automobiles from McLaren Tampa Bay. The showcase provides a rare glimpse inside the 1,700-acre community that won the 2013 Aurora Award for Best Residential Development in the Southeastern United States. Showcase models offer 2,800 to more than 4,400 square feet of living space and feature the latest trends in interior and architectural design by London Bay Homes and the award-winning Romanza Interior Design. The homes incorporate luxury finishes and specialty flooring, ceiling and wall treatments and are designed with multiple alfresco gathering areas for enjoying Floridas outdoor lifestyle. London Bay offers an array of options for buyers to customize their home by extending lanais and garages, adding bedrooms, dens or studies, and selecting indoor and outdoor fireplaces, summer kitchens, loggias, porticos and wine cabinets. Showcase guests will receive a model map and registration form at the gatehouse before beginning their adventure that takes them to three Mediterra neighborhoods. Two models are in the Lucarno neighborhood of maintenance-free villa homes. The four-bedroom, four-bath Capriano, which sold prior to completion, has a SEE SHOWCASE, B17 House Hunting:15318 Corsini WayTodays look and feel is highlighted everywhere in this custom built London Bay estate home in the Il Corsini neighborhood of Mediterra in North Naples. Lake and golf course views abound throughout. Cream-colored custom cabinetry and millwork highlight the kitchen, butlers pantry and workstation. The master suite and oversized office on the main floor both afford maximum privacy, and upstairs offers two guest suites and a gathering room plus a kitchen and balcony. The outdoor living area includes a summer kitchen and bar, fireplace, bocce court and infinity-edge pool. Mediterra golf membership is immediately available. Emily K. Bua and Tade Bua-Bell of John R. Wood Properties have the listing for $4,850,000. For more information or to arrange a showing, call 595-0097 or visit buabellsellsnaples.com. COURTESY PHOTO SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________COURTESY PHOTOThe Capriano is in the Lucarno neighborhood at Mediterra.

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FRANK SAJTAR 239.776.8382 frank.sajtar@sothebysrealty.com franksajtar.premiersothebysrealty.com NELSONS WALK ,, FRANK SAJTARSELLING PORT ROYAL RUM ROW ,b,Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each oce is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity. Property information herein is derived from various s ources including, but not limited to, county records and multiple listing services, and may include approximations. All information is deemed accurate and neither suggests nor infers that Sothebys International Realty participated as either the listing or cooperating agent or broker in the sale or purchase of the properties depicted. b NELSONS WALK t,, GALLEON DRIVE n,,

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IT EASY U YO M A I T H OM WE MA ITEASY Y A K E M E. KE Y l e aSlle Sh layoR 1 9.1 .26 932ls atne R or F 3 3.321 .932: da ir lo F r e t s s E/gsnirp S ation B l p a N sr y e t M ro F dnals a I vit p aC moc. e s10 1 ll Ca11 3 laor C pea C ,o r ,dnals o I craM/se s l I ebina d S n a a lacO : anilora h C troN L/sreihsaC e kaL/e hir ppa S ,sdna hl giH dnal s ,ellivnel e G ka yawax o T To e 1287 OSPREY TRAIL, NAPLES 6+ BR, 7 BA Timeless Quality, Exquisite Decor Show Stopping 2-Story Estate w/Lavish Furnishings $5,700,000 MLS 215063702 The Taranto Team 239.572.3078 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS 1055 7TH AVENUE N., NAPLES A Quaint Mid-Century Remodeled Residence Close Proximity to the Gulf of Mexico $589,000 MLS 215053494 Mark Semeraro 239.370.2455 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM LAKE PARK NAPLES 25941 NESTING CT. #201, BONITA 3 BR, Den, +Bonus Office, Attached 2-Car Garage Glassed Lanai to Enjoy Long Lake & Golf Views $765,000 MLS 215069834 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 13470 VILLA DI PRESERVE LN., ESTERO Awesome Changes to Original Floorplan Totally Updated, Including Impact Windows $469,900 MLS 215056367 Kara Pulcher 239.292.5667 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM PRESERVE AT CORKSCREW 23785 CLEAR SPRING CT. #2305, BONITA 2nd Floor, 2 Bedrooms +Den, 2 Baths Turnkey Furnished w/ Lake & Preserve Views $285,000 MLS 215021902 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM THE BROOKS 14550 DORY LN., FT. MYERS 2-Story Executive Home w/4,000 S.F. Spacious Kitchen w/4 BR, 5 BA + Office $949,000 MLS 215067309 Patti Testa 239.770.5445 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM GULF HARBOUR YACHT & CC 3081 WINDSONG CT. #801, BONITA 1st Floor, 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2-Car Garage Southern Exposure with Lake Views $364,900 MLS 216001068 Cindy Reiff /Cathy Lieberman 239.272.1196 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BRIDGEWATER BAY 830 SAN CARLOS DR., FT. MYERS New Construction 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms $949,000 MLS 215060382 Katie Brady Rigsby 239.770.6061 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM HIDDEN HARBOR ON THE BAY 16540 CELLINI LN., NAPLES Beautiful Lake Front Estate Home 4 Bedrooms, +Den & 4.5 Baths $1,599,000 MLS 215057270 Dru & Greg Martinovich 239.564.5717 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM MEDITERRA 1145 JARDIN DR., NAPLES Custom 2-Story Upgraded Pool Home 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, 2-Car Garage $416,700 MLS 215057458 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM MOON LAKE 26891 WYNDHURST CT. #101, BONITA Water & Golf Views 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms $588,000 MLS Call for Details Rebecca Levitan 239.292.6860 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 9251 SPANISH MOSS WAY, BONITA Outstanding 3 BR + Den, 2 BA Pool Home Golf Course & Lake Views, Southern Exposure $465,000 MLS 216001128 Jim Griffith, Boeglin Team 239.322.2409 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM MARBELLA AT SPANISH WELLS 4809 SHERRY LN., FT. MYERS Palmetto Point, Deep water, Close to Bay & Gulf 4 BR, 4.2 BA w/Den, 4,400 S.F. Living $2,895,000 MLS 215049278 McMurray & Nette 239.850.7888 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM NEW CONSTRUCTION 3220 SANCTUARY POINT, FT. MYERS Beautiful Golf Course View Large Outdoor Kitchen, Entertainment Area $859,900 MLS 215025428 Kevin Welch 239.223.7006 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM VERANDAH 7065 PELICAN BAY BLVD. #7, NAPLES 3 BR, 3 BA w/Private Pool High-rise Amenities $1,345,000 MLS 215061886 Steve Suddeth & Jenn Nicolai 239.784.0693 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM PELICAN BAY 1130 JARDIN DR., NAPLES 2-Story Home with Private Back Yard 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, 2-Car Garage $319,700 MLS 215061225 Liz Appling 239.272.7201 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM MOON LAKE 26660 EGRETS LANDING DR. #101, BONITA Stunning Golf & Preserve Views, 3 BR, 3 BA First Floor Living At Its Best $549,500 MLS 215053643 Dotti Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.272.4946 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 28610 HIGHGATE DR., BONITA Turnkey 2 BR+Den, 2 BA Pool Home Lake, Golf Course and Sunset Views $449,000 MLS 215047300 Jim Griffith, Boeglin Team 239.322.2409 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM LAKE CLUB AT SPANISH WELLS 2840 VALENCIA WAY, FT. MYERS 4 BR, 4.2 BA Mediterranean Style Residence Dramatic Elements, High Volume Ceilings $2,595,000 MLS 213500356 McMurray & Nette 239.850.7888 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT HOME 15880 COUNTRY CT., FT. MYERS Gourmet Kitchen, Billiard Room, Travertine Tile Lighted Tennis Courts, Tiki Bar, & Your Own Private Oasis $725,000 MLS 215062779 The Fischer Group 239.777.7500 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BRIARCLIFF

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1148 WINTERBERRY DR., MARCO 4 BR + Den, 3.5 BA, 3-Car Garage Pool Home Canal View w/Boat Dock & Lift, 10 Min. to Gulf $1,195,000 MLS 215069270 Starr Whiting 239.404.1219 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM MARCO BEACH 26128 FAWNWOOD CT., BONITA 4 BR, 4.5 BA Courtyard Pool Home, Golf Course View Superior Finishes & Intricate Detailing Throughout $2,159,000 MLS 214021549 Connie Lummis, The Lummis Team 239.289.3543 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 10724 BRADBURY WAY, BONITA Executive Series Home w/4BR + Den & 3 Full Baths Wide Lake View yard with Upgraded Landscaping $529,000 MLS 215070573 Jamie Polly 239.850.0487 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM THE PLANTATION 13400 VILLA DI PRESERVE LN., ESTERO 4 BR, 3BA, 3 Car Garage 2,264 S.F. Pool Home $439,900 MLS 215040302 Katie Brady Rigsby 239.770.6061 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM PRESERVE AT CORKSCREW 3914 W. RIVERSIDE DR., FT. MYERS 114 Feet of Seawall & Large Boat Dock Two Story Bud Lawrence Design $2,499,000 MLS 215064418 Patti Testa 239.770.5445 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM RIVERFRONT W/DEEP WATER 12588 SUMMERWOOD DR., FT. MYERS Corner Lot on 1.3 Acres 30 x 40 Detached Garage w/ High Ceilings $725,000 MLS 216000526 Smith Team 239.672.1411 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM SUMMERWOOD 1615 MANCHESTER CT., NAPLES 4 Bedrooms + Den, 3.5 Baths Pool/Spa Home with 3-Car Garage $849,900 MLS 215035409 Ben Maltese 239.273.8700 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM STONEBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB 4441 GREEN HERON CT., BONITA Must See 3 BR +Den, 3 Full BA, + 2 Half BA Wraparound Lake Views, South Exposure w/ Pool $1,970,000 MLS 215018066 Connie Lummis, The Lummis Team 239.289.3543 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 28360 DEL LAGO WAY, BONITA 4 BR, 2BA, 2-Car Garage Lush, Tropical Landscaped Lanai With Spa $527,500 MLS 215068217 Zach Fischer, The Fischer Group 239.777.7500 OPEN 1/16 1-4PM SPANISH WELLS 20171 ROOKERY DR., ESTERO 2 BR + Den, 2 BR, Peaceful Lake View Sunny Lanai w/ Natural Gas Heated Pool $399,000 MLS 215067093 Mike Fagan, The Fagan Team 239.340.5455 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM ROOKERY POINTE 9930 CALOOSA YACHT & RCQT DR., FT. MYERS 3,650 S.F. of Living on Premier Cul-de-Sac Lot 4 BR, 4 BA + Den, Open Floorplan $1,495,000 MLS 215037335 Chad Reedy of McMurray & Nette 239.281.4435 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM CALOOSA YACHT & RACQUET CLUB 536 LIGHTHOUSE WAY, SANIBEL Fantastic Lifestyle, Direct Waterfront Estate 4 BR, 4.5 BA, Grotto Style Screened Pool Area $3,495,000 MLS 2150966 McMurray & Nette 239.850.7888 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM SANIBEL ESTATES 7749 CLASSIC DR., NAPLES Very Private Courtyard Home Unique Custom Pool w/Waterfall Wall $829,000 MLS 215066231 Arlene L. Fishman 239.784.8763 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM LELY RESORT 26120 RED OAK CT., BONITA 3 BR + Den, 4 Full Baths on Quiet Cul-De-Sac Solar Heated Pool/Spa, Outdoor Kitchen $1,350,000 MLS 214059142 Linda Ramsey 239.405.3054 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM BONITA BAY 23130 FOXTAIL CREEK, BONITA Laurel Model 3 Bedrooms + Loft, 3 Full Baths Western Exposure w/ Expansive Course & Lake Views $499,000 MLS 215059277 Corye Reiter, The Lummis Team 239.273.3722 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM THE BROOKS 23830 AMALFI COAST RD. #201, BONITA 3 BR, 2 BA, Sunny Second Floor Condo Beautiful View of Lake and Botanical Island $385,000 MLS 215066328 Ilse Lefas 239.269.4189 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM THE BROOKS 12281 HAMMOCK CREEK WAY, FT. MYERS Peaceful Retreat on Riverfront Preserve Over 4,000 S.F., 3 BR, 3.5 BA Custom Home $999,800 MLS 215015987 Kevin Welch 239.223.7006 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM VERANDAH 1237 ISABEL DR., SANIBEL 5 or 6 BR Suites, 6.1 BA, Fantastic Pool & Spa Area Elevator, Private Gym, Playroom $2,795,000 MLS 2150351 McMurray & Nette 239.850.7888 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM DIRECT CANAL HOME 584 AVELLINO ISLES CIR. #101, NAPLES Newly Decorated Furnished 3 BR, 3.5 BA Condo Amazing Views of Lake & Fairways $685,000 MLS 216000546 Kurt Petersen 239.777.0408 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM VINEYARDS 3561 QUILL LEAF CT., BONITA Spacious 4 BR + Den, 3.5 BA Pool Home Custom Cabinets, Granite Counters, Wood Floors $799,000 MLS 215063630 Meli Chelon-Gumma 239.273.3974 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM PELICAN LANDING 9334 SPANISH MOSS WAY, BONITA Beautiful 4 BR, 2 BA Pool Home Outstanding Lake, Golf Course & Preserve Views $475,000 MLS 215073391 The Boeglin Team 239.287.6414 OPEN 1/16 1-4PM MARBELLA AT SPANISH WELLS 25140 GOLDCREST DR. #612, BONITA Well Maintained 1st Floor Unit 3 BR, 2 BA, Eat-In Kitchen $385,000 MLS 215042840 Larry Bell 239.919.4404 OPEN 1/16 & 1/17 1-4PM PELICAN LANDING 12261 HAMMOCK CREEK WAY, FT. MYERS Riverfront Preserve Lot Amazing Outdoor Living Space $996,700 MLS 215016086 Kevin Welch 239.223.7006 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM VERANDAH 15067 CAPTIVA DR. #B, CAPTIVA Large Bay Front Condo with Dock 3 BR, 3.5 BA Open Inviting Floorplan $1,875,000 MLS 2150721 Sarah Ashton 239.691.4915 OPEN 1/17 1-4PM CAPTIVA BAY VILLAS

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ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIESServing North Naples and the Surrounding Area Joanne CiesielskiNaples Of ce Top Producer239.287.6732jcc115@comcast.netBrian Carey 239.370.8687 Karen Carey 239.216.8826 naplescarey.com OPPORTUNITY North Naples Resort-Style Living! VILLAGE WALK OF NAPLES 3Br, 2.5BA Oakmont with completely remodeled kitchen, custom pool, vacant and ready for a quick closing use it this winter!! $495,000 VILLAGE WALK OF NAPLES Extended 3BR,2.5BA Oakmont oor plan in the original North Naples Village Walk. Clean, Bright, Excellent West side location ready for new owner this Season! $434,900 VILLAGE WALK OF NAPLES 3BR/2.5 BA+den located in cul-de-sac features a oor plan that opens up endless decorating possibilities! Home is move-in ready with freshly painted interior, tile in living areas, newer A/C, wood oors in bedrooms, hurricane shutters and large lanai with lake views! Great buy $425,000 VILLAGE WALK OF NAPLES Turnkey furnished 3BR/2.5 BA plus den Oakmont model with pool; located in the center of the neighborhood. Granite in the kitchen; pool was resurfaced and sunset views! $494,900 ISLAND WALK Aruba townhome with poolfeaturing granite in the kitchen, stainless appliances, new carpet on 2nd oor, 2-car garage, built-in wall unit in family room, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, vacant, clean and ready to go! $320,000 MOVE-IN READY VILLAGE WALK OF NAPLES EXCEPTIONAL VIEW! Popular 2BR/2BA Capri villa with pool and views of 3 bridges. Extended oor plan, granite in kitchen, roll-down shutters, furniture available too! $389,500 15. CBC057242 London Bay Homes. Pricing, features, specifications, products and availability are subject to change without notice. See a sales associate for complete and current information. SOMETHING NEW IN OLD NAPLESNestled in the cultural heart of the city are a few new gems in the making: exquisite London Bay homes, the perfect blend of timeless design in the most desirable location. Move in ready by 2016.Call Toby Cloutier 7 days a week to schedule a private showing at 239-280-7367. TobyCloutier@LondonBay.com LondonBayLiving.com CLAREMONT $7,675,000271 1st Avenue NorthCHELSTON $3,987,585631 Broad CourtANGUILLA541 Neopolitan Lane5,743 Square Feet, 4 Beds, 6 Baths, 2 Half-baths, 3-Car Garage, Two Story 4,227 Square Feet, 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1 Half-bath, 2-Car Garage, Two Story 3,584 Square Feet, 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 3-Car Garage, Single StoryThis beautiful home has a second-oor bonus/recreation room, and a private cabana bedroom with its own lockout balcony. Large windows with transoms allow natural light in to accompany the bright design from Romanza Interior Design. Live blocks from shopping and dining at the picturesque Village of Venetian Bay and the Gulf of Mexico beaches at Clam Pass Park. PRIVATE LABEL LIVING

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13023 White Violet Drive Quail Creek Estates Just Reduced to $2,000,000 The Samuel Team Karyn Samuel 239.537.3732 Rowan Samuel 239.298.3555 www.lovingnaples.comCall The Samuel Team to get your home SOLD!www.lovingnaples.com 3848 Crayton Road Park Shore 516 Neapolitan Lane Park Shore 5800 Waxmyrtle Way Tall Pines 2870 Castillo Court #101 Tiburon 554 Riviera Drive Moorings Listed for $3,795,000 727 Starboard Drive Moorings Just Reduced to $2,575,000 2739 Tiburon Boulevard East #102 Tiburon OPEN HOUSE JAN 17TH 1-4 OPEN HOUSE JAN 17TH 1-4 SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! SOLD!For the above SOLD transactions, the Samuel Team was the listing agent or brought the buyer.60 Seagate Drive #705 Baypointe at Naples Cay Just Listed at $1,900,000 JUST LISTED! JUST REDUCED!12647 Kinross Lane Twin Eagles 6585 Marbella Drive Marbella Lakes 6785 Southern Oak Court Autumn Woods SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! SOLD!

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB16 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 JackiStrategos.com Today! Jacki Strategos GRI, CREN, SRES, e-Pro 239-370-1222JStrategos@att.net Richard DrosteREALTOR239-572-5117rddsmd@comcast.net Great buy. Like new home on corner lot. 3BR/2BA+den. Very open oor plan. Upgraded cabinets plus much more. NEW TO MARKET 1300 AUBURNDALE AVE. $625,000Ready to move in. Excellent condition; on most desired street. Large rooms, 3BR/3BA+den. Spacious lanai. NO CLUB FEES 8865 LELY ISLAND CIRCLE $689,900Uncompromised, expansive view of the Gulf. Great amenities in this gated complex. 2BR/2BA, 1,257 sq. ft. NEW TO MARKET DELA PARK PLACE #204 $645,000 Immaculate unit with private patio. Free standing villa. Spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliancesa must see. AMENITIES GALORE OLE (LELY RESORT) $295,000 Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each oce is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity. Property information herein is derived from various sources including, but not limited to, county records and mult iple listing services, and may include approximations. All information is deemed accurate and neither suggests nor infers that Sothebys International Realty participated as either the listing or coope rating agent or broker in the sale or purchase of the properties depicted.baycolonyexperts.comparkshoreexperts.com BAY COLONY Leah D. Ritchey 239.289.0433 leah.ritchey@sothebysrealty.com Amy Becker 239.272.3229 amy.becker@sothebysrealty.com 9771 Niblick Lane $4,150,000 BAY COLONYSalerno #502$2,149,000 BAY COLONYToscana #203$1,295,000 Toscana #1702 $2,695,000 (FURN.)BAY COLONY BAY COLONYMansion La Palma #103 $989,000 ESTATES AT Newly renovated Jack Nicklaus signature golf course within Naples city limits convenient to both downtown and Mercato. Limited membership of residents allows you to play the course as o en as you like. Amenities include: tness center, four Har-Tru tennis courts, bocce ball, kayaking club and marina with Gulf access. Donald Snyder 239-250-8712Gol ngInNaples.comCall me to learn more about the Bears Paw lifestyle! YOUR SPECIALIST 913 Wildwood Lane2 bedroom/2 bath 1,670 sq. $239,000 $229,000MLS#213509560 Currently Available London Bay Homes expands with new models from Park Shore to Port Royal SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYLondon Bay Homes has expanded its focus toward downtown Naples, with eight single-family model homes under construction or in the planning stages in Park Shore, the Moorings, Old Naples and Port Royal. Were projecting $50 million in sales for just these select homes, said Mark Wilson, company president. Seven additional model homes are under construction or planned in The Estuary at Grey Oaks, Quail West, Talis Park and Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club, and 15 are underway at Mediterra.London Bays Southampton model in downtown Naples sold shortly after its completion in March 2014. As the demand for downtown living intensified, the homebuilder purchased additional homesites. The companys newest model the threebedroom Chelston at 631 Broad Court in Old Naples recently opened for viewing. The three-bedroom Anguilla at 541 Neapolitan Lane in Park Shore will open this season.The two-story Chelston has 4,227 square feet of living area and is priced at $4,325,000. With 3,584 square feet, the Anguilla will have large outdoor spaces, a raised wooden sundeck, pool, spa and garden wall. Scheduled for completion in February, it is priced at $3,575,000. The largest London Bay model currently under construction in downtown Naples is the Claremont at 271 First Ave. N. Its 5,727 square feet includes two kitchens, seven wine refrigerators/beverage centers, three icemakers, a bar at the summer kitchen and an outdoor living room with fireplace it is priced at $7,675,000. Completion is on target for June 2016. Also planned and designed are two Port Royal models the Cayman and Sapphire on Gordon Drive, collectively valued at $25 million, according to Mr. Wilson. London Bay is the exclusive homebuilder in Mirada, a neighborhood of 16 singlefamily estate homes at The Estuary in Grey Oaks. The four-bedroom Chianti model features a third-story observation deck and more than 5,900 square feet of interior living space; another fully furnished model, the two-story Mirella, is planned.Plans are underway for two single-family models on estate sites by London Bay Homes in Quail West. The four-bedroom Brighton has 6,326 square feet of living space, and the Avignon has 5,985 square feet. Both models overlook preserves and the award-winning championship golf course.London Bay also offers single-family villas in its lakefront Portofino neighborhood at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Visitors can explore the fully furnished Carina model; a second version of the Carina is scheduled for completion in March 2016. Additional models underway include the Benita and Cilento. To learn more about London Bay Homes, call 592-1400 or visit londonbay.com. At 271 First Ave. N. in downtown Naples, the Claremont is London Bay Homes largest model currently under construction. With 5,727 square feet, its priced at $7,675,000.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 REAL ESTATE B17 library/retreat, second-floor game room and 4,402 square feet. The model sold on leaseback and is open for viewing through June. Also in Lucarno, the lakefront Eloro has three bedrooms, an oversized great room, study and wine pantry in 3,380 square feet of living space. London Bays customizable floor plans in Lucarno offer two to five bedrooms and range from 2,500 to more than 4,000 square feet of interior living space. The neighborhood is more than 60 percent sold out. In the Serata neighborhood, the fourbedroom, 4-bath Delfina model is a single-family estate home with 4,329 square feet of living space, formal dining and living rooms and expansive outdoor gathering spaces, a covered verandah and a lanai with summer kitchen. The model also has a custom swimming pool, spa and fire pit. The model home showcase also introduces three floor plans available at Cabreo, a neighborhood of maintenance-free villas overlooking lakes and nature preserves. Only 23 villa homesites remain available in the neighborhood, where event guests will be able to explore two furnished models. The Bettina is a three-bedroom, 3-bath home with den, dining room and great room within 3,101 square feet. Interior architectural embellishments include crown molding and columns. The villa offers an open floor plan with relaxing views of Mediterras lakes and nature preserve from the great room, master suite, kitchen and outdoor living space. Just off the foyer, a den provides additional space for an office or library. The 2,810-square-foot Angelica includes designer finishes and stainless steel kitchen appliances selected by Romanza. Homes and homesites in Cabreo are priced from $1 million. The entrance to Mediterra is on Livingston Road, two miles north of Immokalee Road and west of I-75. For more information, call 949-8989 or visit mediterranaples. com. SHOWCASEFrom page 8 COURTESY PHOTOThe four-bedroom, four-bath Capriano features a coastal-inspired interior design conveyed through wood flooring, a vibrant palette of bright blues, greens, yellows and hints of aqua and tangerine, and weathered wood blended with metal, mirrored and silver finishes. The three-bedroom Eloro is in the Lucarno neighborhood. The Delfina features a transitional interior design with turquoise and magenta. Dennis J. CreadonBroker, REALTOR239.307.8498dcreadon@remax.netNEW WATERFRONT & GOLF HOMESstarting from $1.4M The Landings at Bears Paw: the best of both worldsDesigned to embrace the uniqueness of this setting, a total of 23 single-family homes will be built, some along the Gordon River, others fronting the Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course adjacent to a protected preserve area. An unmatched standard of excellence will be reflected in these distinctive British West Indies styled homes. Four fabulous floor plans ranging in size from approximately 2,600 to 3,600 square feet under air, with 3,600 to 4,950 total square feet, will be available in either a single-story or two-story plan. Enjoy gracious living on either one or two levels. One-level plans offer 3 bedrooms or 3 bedrooms plus study/4th bedroom and 2.5 baths. Soaring ceilings highlight the two-story plans featuring 3 or 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Each of the homes will have a private boat dock with access to the Gulf of Mexico. Homes on the Gordon River will have a dock outside their back door; while homes on the golf course will have access to private docks built at the tip of the property. Golfing is a way of life at The Landings at Bears Paw, which includes a special membership to Bears Paw Country Club. This membership provides access to the clubhouse, tennis facilities, fitness facilities, and limited golf. Full golf memberships are available, at an exclusive rate to Landings residents. Additional information available by calling Dennis Creadon, Broker,Realtor with The Re/Max Collection at 239-307-8498. Rendering of Antigua Models front elevation. ADVERTORIAL

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB18 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 41 41 41Bonita Springs Bonita SpringsNaplesImmokalee RoadLivingston RoadBonita Beach Road3 Oaks PkwyCorkscrew Rd Coconut RdOld U.S. 41Old U.S. 41Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Pkwy. 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 Open Houses are Sunday 1-4, unless otherwise marked>$300,000 >$400,000 >$500,000 >$600,000 >$800,000 >$900,000 >$1,000,000 >$2,000,000 >$3,000,000 >$4,000,000 >$5,000,000 >$7,000,000 1*For illustration purposes o 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

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dfDowning-Frye Realty, Inc. JANUARY 14, 2016 downingfrye.com NAPLES 180 Ninth Street South, Naples 34102 800-448-3411BONITA 23421 Walden Center Dr, Bonita Springs 34134 888-777-1193 Horse Creek Estates 467 Saddlebrook Lane 4 Bedrooms, Den, Loft, 5 Baths, 3900 Sq Ft! Stunning Custom & Quality Built Home with high end nishes, impact windows & doors, Wood Floors, Plantation Shutters, and spacious lot with Creek. Cannot be duplicated for this price $774,900. Chris Lecca, 239-776-5423 Estate Home & Guest House 5841 Spanish Oaks Lane off Oakes Blvd.Opportunity of a lifetime home with spacious guest house. Minutes to Mercato, totally fenced, 2.5 acres, Oakes Estates. Main house 3+Den, 3004 SF & Guest house 2BR, 2 Full BA. Soaring ceilings, open plan, super kitchen. MLS #215057076. $959,000.Jeff Helm, 239-601-7875 Ann m. Nunes, 239-860-0949 NAPLESThe Resort Lifestyle You Deserve! Ann Nunes239-860-0949nunes.naples@gmail.com2014 Gold Level AgentBryan Roberts239-860-4776 bryanrobertsrealtor@gmail.com Working Together too Achieve Working Together To Achieve Downing-Frye Realty, Inc.dfNew Client Coordinator OLD NAPLES, NEAR BEACH! 625 7th Ave. N. Brand New Construction. 4 BR + large ofce/ 4.5 baths. Sunny pool, private fenced yard, summer kitchen. Flowing open oor plan. Classic Coastal/Old Florida.$3,390,000.Karen Coney Coplin, 239-777-4093 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-3 pm BERMUDA PARK bonita springs Lovely 1st Floor 2BR/2BA plus Den. This unit has tons of upgrades and very well decorated. This spacious over 1600 sq. ft unit has an oversized screened in lanai and a single car garage. All tile with the exception of the bedrooms which are carpet. Close to Beach, Coconut Point and FGCU. Annual lease. No pets.Brammer Group, 239-253-8820 Shadow Wood Preserve 6960 Lakewood Isle Drive Panoramic views of lake, golf course & nature preserve. This custom estate home is designed to focus on outdoor living.$890,000.MARYANNE KENNEDY, 239-405-0266 SOLD VERONA WALKNEW ON MARKET DiVosta SOLID BUILT Home Poured Concrete Walls 2BR/2BA / 2 Walk in Closets 2 Car Garage / Villa home Vaulted Ceilings / Pool / Water view$339,000.Phil Hall, 239-530-8100 THE COLONY AT PELICAN LANDING Come home to grandeur in this McGarvey estate home situated on an oversized lot in Tuscany Isle in The Colony at Pelican Landing. Stately circle drive and side motor court plus tropical landscaping create great curb appeal. Luxurious marble oors with decorative inserts, intricate detailing in tray ceilings, crown moldings, and custom features throughout. 7080 sq.ft., 4+car garage, 5BR, 6 1/2BA. $3,900,000.THE Barr team, 239-938-5040 Pelican Landing EstateBeautifully updated, bright, open 5 + Bedrooms/ 5 Baths 4,569 sq ft under air/7,485 Total Private acre lot SW exposure Lake & golf course views http://www.tourbuzz.net/424245Priced to sell at $1,379,000.David Brown, 239-272-8736 Fred Alter, 239-269-4123 Fiddlers Creek 9265 Campanile Circle Beautiful single family home on larger home site with picturesque lake view and sunsets. Featuring all the upgrades including volume ceilings, impact glass, custom pool and out door kitchen, power shutters, built in appliances, security system, cabinets, crown molding, shutters, and much more. 3 bedrooms plus den. Compare to anything in this price range. Shows better than new! $573,000.Peter N. Flightner, 239-940-1210 Fiddlers Creek 9134 Cherry Oaks Lane #201 This 3 bedroom plus den features over 3000 sq. ft. and its own private elevator. Every upgrade has been added including cabinets, wood oors, crown moldings, lighting, power storm shutters, tank less hot water, closet systems, and much more! The 1000 yard golf course and lake view has to be seen to be believed! Private cul-de-sac location keeps trafc to a minimum. Shows like new! $559,000.Peter N. Flightner, 239-940-1210 THE VISTAs / PARK SHORE 4651 Gulf Shore Blvd N #202 Panoramic SW Gulf views from this rst class building right on the sand! Outstanding features include granite, Stainless appliances, tile throughout and custom furnishings included. This is the one youve been waiting for! $1,295,000.Kathy Ross, 239-821-8905 REDUCED OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-4 pm OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-4 pm MOORINGS Stunning New Construction Modern Masterpiece! This custom home features 4735 sq. ft. under air, great room concept, 4 bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, ofce, dining room with brick-walled wine room, bonus room, kitchen with double island, top of the line appliances and a wet bar, 2 replaces, 2 laundry rooms, Smart-Home technology, expansive out-door living area, outdoor kitchen, oversize gas heated pool and spa. $3,695,000.Alison Kalb, 239-564-0714 NAPLES LAKES CC 4984 Cerromar Drive Golf Membership incl. Great lake/golf view. Sunny westfacing pool. 20 porcelain tile. 4BR/3BA/3,271sf/3-Car$849,000 (Furn.) Photos at www.GolfHomeGuru.comJoe Morgan, 239-438-6426 GOLF HOME GURU N A G la $8 Imperial Golf EstatesKathy & Bill Hughes, 239-596-4418 Brammer Group, 239-253-8820 Pelican Bay/ Breakwater743 Bentwater Circle, #104 Prime location, end unit, 1811 sq. ft. living space. Updated kitchen with Granite and newer appliances. Extra large tile throughout with the excepton of the bedrooms which are carpet. Plantation shutters on all windows and electric storm shutters. This beautiful unit is being offered Turnkey furnished. Lake and Fountain views. This one wont LAST! Offered at $775,000. Call Larry for appointment.Kathy & Bill Hughes, 239-596-4418 Brammer Group, 239-253-88202045 Prince Drive Magnicent Old Florida Style Home Light and bright. Beautifully appointed with Lake and Golf views. Large Great room, Granite Kitchen with newer appliances. Oversized pool and spa completely caged. Approximately 3.475 sq. ft. Total living area. Easy to see.Offered at $829,000. Call Larry for appointment.

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The 18th annual Wildlife & Wildlands Art Show at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, at the beachfront park in North Naples. More than 20 artists will be on hand with original work from photography to jewelry, ceramics, watercolors, oil paintings and more depicting Old Florida and/or using natural materials. Live music by acoustic guitarist Amber Crowley will fill the air. Food from Jonesez BBQ will be on site for lunch; ice cream from Royal Scoop and popcorn will also be on sale. A portion of sales will go to Friends of Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, the nonprofit organization that supports the park and its rangers in various ways and that promotes public awareness, use and enjoyment of the park. The entrance to the state park is at 11135 Gulf Shore Drive. Admission is $4 for oneperson vehicle, $6 for two to eight people in a vehicle and $2 each for walkers and bicyclists. Admission to the art show is free. For more information, visit delnorwiggins.org. Art on the beach at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY_________________________ A GUIDE TO THE LOCAL ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SCENE WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYARTS & ENTERTAINMENTCSECTION INSIDEBROUGHT TO YOU BY:Marco Island | 239.642.2222 Broad Avenue | 239.434.2424 Fifth Avenue | 239.434.8770 Estuary at Grey Oaks | 239.261.3148 Mystique at Pelican Bay | 239.598.9900 The Village | 239.261.6161 The Gallery in Central Naples | 239.659.0099 Vanderbilt | 239.594.9494 Residences at Mercato | 239.594.9400 Bonita Springs | 239.948.4000 Sanibel Island | 239.472.2735 Rentals | 239.262.4242 Panhandle prisonBook critic Phil Jason says the prolific Michael Lister is at the top of his form. C5 Peruvian perfectionRestaurant critic Karen Feldman finds a lot to love at the new Coastal Peruvian. C35 Actions speak louderFilm reviewer Dan Hudak finds the success of Carol lies in much more than dialogue. C15 Interest high in upcoming auction of pieces from the Kennedys Palm Beach compoundINSIDE: More items going up for bid | C4 AUCTIONWINTER WHITE HOUSEBY LINDSEY NESMITHlnesmith@ oridaweekly.com ANYONE WHO WANTS TO OWN A PIECE OF 1960S Camelot memorabilia from a simple painted wooden stepladder or a wicker hamper to a set of 14 Spanish Baroque-style dining chairs has a chance to do so at auction in Palm Beach later this month. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers is handling the sale of furniture, artwork and other items from the Kennedy familys longtime Palm Beach compound, known as the Winter White House. Included are things that were original to the 1920s Addison Mizner-designed home and others that the Kennedys acquired during their six-decade-long ownership of the property. The auction has been the focus of intense interest among collectors, Leslie Hindman, CEO of the Chicago-based auction house that has satellite offices in Naples and Palm Beach, said. We have interest from all over the world, she said. The preview is not even open yet, but SEE AUCTION, C4 COURTESY PHOTOSBob Davidoffs framed portrait of the Kennedy family taken on Easter Sunday, 1963, in Palm Beach. Estimate: $1,000$2,000.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC2 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 COSMETIC OPEN HOUSEWIN THE MAKEOVER PACKAGE OF A LIFETIME VALUED AT $7000!* 239-449-3499 | www.RiverchaseDermatology.comNorth Naples Location: 1015 Crosspointe Drive *Makeover package winner MUST be present to win.Attendance is complimentary, but RSVP is required. Bring a purse to donate to Dress for Success SW Florida and receive $20 SPA BUCKS! $ Accepted Insurance Providers Aetna, United Health, BCBS, Medicare, Web TPA, Tri-care, Cigna, Freedom, First Health Multiplan Network, Interplan Network1-800-591-DERM RiverchaseDermatology.comWe Proudly Accept Most Insurance Plans SANDY DAYS, SALTY NIGHTSFinding our personWhen I first joined eHarmony, I was surprised at the text messages I would receive. If a particular man and I made it through the gauntlet of back-and-forth questionnaires to the stage where we exchanged phone numbers, it wasnt long before I started getting a Good morning on my phone at the start of the day and a Good night at the end. It surprised me, this quick jump to the things you would roll over and say to the person next to you. I found it unnervingly intimate from someone I barely knew. What were those men trying to do? Then I understood. They were trying to make me their person. Their person? you ask. The person we tell about our day. The person we reach out to when we see something funny or interesting. The person we call when were feeling sad or hurt. In order to make it through this rough and turbulent world with our sanities intact, we all need a person. For a long time, I thought relationships were simply about going through the motions. Some nice man takes me out to dinner a few times, maybe the movies, and somewhere along the line intimacy gets built. How, exactly? I wasnt sure. But it didnt seem to be working for me. As much as I might like some of these men, we never made it past the acquaintance level. Then one morning, standing in my kitchen with my phone in my hand, I realized what it was. I was laughing at something my ex-boyfriend had texted, a funny story about his week. I texted back a tidbit about my life, and we discussed that for a while. With an unsettling twist in my gut it occurred to me that he is my person. He has been my person for a long time, as long as I have been writing this column. Even though we havent officially been together for years, hes still the one I reach out to when Im angry or upset or elated. He helped me navigate the years of mourning that followed my husbands death, and he celebrated my books successes. We broke up because of a complicated mix of factors that revolved around distance and circumstance. Every time I try to start a new relationship with someone else, hes always there on my mind and on my phone. This Christmas, he was in Florida for two weeks. I hadnt seen him in a year. Ill come visit you, he promised. During his stay, we texted. We talked on the phone. But he never gave me a date when he would come here to see me. Finally, when I pushed him, he said he wasnt going to make it. That was the moment I got it, the thing I have been refusing to see for years: He is my person on the phone, yes, but he will never be my person in real life. And I want someone I can touch, not just someone I just text. If Im going to make space for that person, I know now that I will have to let him go. Someday. Artis Henderson is the author of Unremarried Widow published by Simon and Schuster. artis HENDERSONsandydays@floridaweekly.com

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C3 THELARGEST ANTIQUE BOAT SHOWIN SOUTH FLORIDA! antiqueboatshowfortmyers.com SATURDAYJANUARY169 A.M. 5 P.M. SUNDAYJANUARY179 A.M. 3 P.M. LIVE MUSIC VENDORS FREE ADMISSION 2360 WEST 1ST STREET | FORT MYERS, FL | 33901 Call 239.649.2275 for Reservations NaplesPrincessCruises.com 550 Port-O-Call Way, Naples, FL 34102O ering Daily Public CruisesSeabreeze Lunch, Dinner, Hors doeuvres A ernoon and Sunset SightseeingThe Best Events Are on the Water Tuesday, January 19Todays Contemporary Hits in a Rare Public Performance with Brett & Lola of the Foreman 5 ursday, January 28Wine Tasting with Naples Wine Collection from 5:00 pm. to 7:00 p.m.Boat and jet ski rentals also available at the marina! 5 5 Flute and guitar duo next up in CAPA Spectrum Series SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYThe Cultural and Performing Arts Center presents the flute and guitar duo of Wendy Willis and Gerardo Perez in Tango Bravissimo! as the fourth concert in the CAPA Spectrum Series on Friday, Jan. 22, at the David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. The program will encompass 300 years of music, from Beethoven to the sophisticated yet humorous CPE Bach and the spicy tangos of Astor Piazzolla. A native of Michigan, Ms. Willis teaches and performs on both modern and historical flutes and recorders. She has won numerous competitions through the National Flute Association and in 1995 was a semi-finalist in the NFA Baroque Flute Artist Competition. She has performed with orchestras throughout Michigan, Indiana and Florida, including the Naples Philharmonic and the Southwest Florida Symphony, and currently performs locally with the Charlotte Symphony, Gulf Shore Opera, Opera Naples, the Fifth Avenue Chamber Orchestra and Flute Cocktail, among others. Mr. Perez was born in Guantanamo, Cuba, and began his music studies at the age of 8. He has taught guitar as a member of the National School of Music of Havana, the School of Music of Zacatecas's Autonomous University in Mexico, the Conservatoire Milan, the Laredo Institute of Cochabamba in Bolivia and the Miami Conservatory of Music. His students have obtained more than 20 national prizes as well as acceptance in several European and American conservatoires, and Mr. Gerardo has obtained five national prizes in Cuba and others in Poland, Germany, Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, Chile, and France. The CAPA Spectrum Series continues with Rebecca Richardson, Feb. 5; Musica Bella, Feb. 19; and Chrysalis, March 25. The series is sponsored by eBella Magazine, Sudie Geier, Jay and Toshiko Tompkins and Steve and Priscilla Kutler. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for students and children and $40 for VIP seating and meet-the-artist reception. For reservations or more information, call 775-2800 or visit CAPAcenter.org. Tickets are also sold at the door. Wendy Willis Gerardo Perez

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC4 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 we had tons of people asking to come in advance. The preview begins Friday, Jan. 15, at the auction house in Palm Beach. The live auction starts at noon Saturday, Jan. 23. Among the 153 items going up for bid is the Louis XV-style mahogany banquet table where the clan shared family meals; a pair of twin beds shared between John F. Kennedy and his brother Joe Jr., who was eventually supplanted from the presidents bedside by Jacqueline Kennedy; a walnut Savonarola chair Roses father, John Francis Honey Fitz Fitzgerald, claimed during visits to his daughters family; a pair of upholstered armchairs where President-elect John F. Kennedy conducted interviews for his Cabinet; the iconic photograph of John and his family on their way to Easter Mass in Palm Beach; and many, many more tables, chairs, mirrors and decorative items the family used during its most prominent years on the American political stage. Kennedys aside, items with Mr. Mizners touch have their own merit thanks to the designers clout as the most prominent resort architect of the 1920s, particularly in South Florida. He designed and furnished what would become the Winter White House in 1923 for department store magnate Rodman Wanamaker III. Kennedy patriarch Joseph Sr. and his wife, Rose, acquired the house for their permanent residence a decade later for $120,000 with many of the original Mizner furnishings and retained ownership until 1995, when the family trust sold the property and its contents to John K. and Marianne Castle for about $5 million. (The property changed hands again in May 2015, when the Castles sold it for $31 million to Palm Beach socialite Jane Goldman. The couple retained ownership of homes contents, however.) When the Kennedy family bought the home from the Wanamakers, much of its original furnishings were in place, said Corbin Horn, furniture and decorative art specialist at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers. While the Wanamakers had largely conformed to correct period taste to go with the Mediterranean revival style that was so fashionable at the time the home was built, he added, the Kennedys incorporated comfortable furniture in both traditional and modern tastes. The home was a retreat for the entire Kennedy clan where various members could recuperate, restore and play their famous touch-football games beachside. When John F. Kennedy Jr. was elected president, the home became a sort of off-site Oval Office and was renovated to improve security. It was here and using much of the items that are now up for auction that Mr. Kennedy executed many of his presidential duties, such as selecting his Cabinet, writing his inaugural address, conducting press conferences and hosting heads of state. The Kennedys Palm Beach home was where JFK left for war and it was where he recuperated from his wartime ordeals, wrote William Doyle, author of PT 109: An American Epic of War, Survival, and the Destiny of John F. Kennedy, in an email last week. As president, and until the end of his life, (he) often came to these rooms and loggias to enjoy family and spiritual life, and to relax and gain strength as he grappled with titanic issues we still struggle with today: race relations, nuclear dangers, space travel, tensions with Russia, poverty and injustice.What will it bring?Values in the catalog for the upcoming auction top out at around $5,000-$6,000, with the majority of household furniture and accessories hovering around the $500-$1,000 mark. Who knows what things will bring, Ms. Hindman said. Theyre all lovely objects and intrinsically nice pieces (but) the estimates are conservative, as if they didnt belong to the Kennedys, she added. The Los Angeles Times reported in 1996 that Sothebys landmark auction of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis personal effects brought in almost $35 million in four days, more than seven times its original estimate of $4.6 million. A triple-strand of faux pearls belonging to Jacqueline was valued at $700 in the Sothebys catalog but eventually sold for $211,500; a set of President Kennedys golf clubs, which was valued at $700$800, sold for $772,500. Ms. Hindman encourages people who are interested in the upcoming auction to call the Palm Beach auction house to ask questions, request catalogs and condition reports, or to just obtain basic information about how auctions work. A lot of people who are interested in memorabilia dont know how to bid and might be intimidated by auctions, she said. They should know they can call and ask questions. Well answer them. The auction preview begins at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 15, at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers West Palm Beach location, and will continue at specified times through Friday, Jan. 22. Bids can be placed in a variety of methods at the Jan. 23 auction: by telephone, Internet, by leaving a maximum bid with auctioneers or in person. For more information, call 8338053 or visit lesliehindman.com. AUCTIONFrom page 1Left: A pair of William and Mary style walnut benches. One has a John F. Kennedy paper label. Estimate: $400-$600. Center: Th e massage table where John F. Kennedy received therapeutic massages for his back ailments. Estimate: $2,000-$4,000. Right: A pair of Vene tian-style walnut twin beds. Side by side, the beds are where the future president slept alongside his brother, Joe Kennedy Jr., and later next to his wife, Jackie Kennedy, during their Winter White House retreats. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000. The Winter White House auction>> What: A live auction of more than 150 pieces of furniture, artwork and other items from the former Kennedy compound in Palm Beach >> Who: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers >> Where: 1608 South Dixie Highway, Palm Beach >> When: Noon Saturday, Jan. 23 >> Previews: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday, Jan. 1821; and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22 >> Info: (561) 833-8053 or lesliehindman. com Find out what yours is worth A jewelry and timepiece specialist from Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will be in Florida Monday through Wednesday, Jan. 25-27, to conduct appraisals. Call 643-4448 to schedule an appointment. COURTESY PHOTOSFar left: Set of 14 Spanish Baroque-style chairs. Estimate: $3,000 to $5,000. Left: Pair of 24-inch tole and glass hanging lanterns in the Moroccan style. Estimate: $200-$400. Below: A Coromandel eight-panel floor screen. Reportedly, it was owned by Winston Churchills daughter, Lady Mary Soames, who hosted Rose and Joseph Kennedy at her estate. Mrs. Kennedy traded a fur coat for the screen. Estimate: $2,000-$4,000.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C5 FLORIDA WRITERSKing of hearts a calling card for murder in latest John Jordan story Blood Money by Michael Lister. Pulpwood Press. 280 pages. Hardcover, $26.99; trade paperback, $16.99.The eighth entry in the John Jordan Mystery series shows the incredibly talented and prolific author Michael Lister at the top of his form. No one gives us Panhandle Florida like Mr. Lister, and no one handles the prison microcosm with the degree of physical, social and moral authenticity that he is able to convey. In this installment, local politics rears its more than ugly heads, serial suicides (or homicides in disguise) flare up in the Potterville Correction Institution and a prostitute who had serviced a political event is found dead and then her corpse is stolen. Chaplain-investigator John Jordan, son of the police chief, is once again in the middle of several messes. The new warden wants to get rid of him and Jordan himself wonders if the ugliness of his job is overwhelming him. Not only that, but his lover Annas ex-husband is threatening her, and Jordans relationship with Anna is the most important and redeeming relationship in his life. That ugliness at the job includes that fact that a group of PCI inmates have dubbed themselves the Suicide Kings. Take a look: Is the king of hearts wielding a weapon toward himself? Or is he fending off or recovering from an attack? However you read the standard image of this card, its discovery as a signature to several deaths in the prison, slipped into each victim/practitioners pocket, is eerie and shudder producing. In an environment where boredom is in itself deadly, incarcerated men need something to do with their dreams of power and their dreams of ending it all. Mostly, the members of the Suicide Kings manage a series of failed attempts. They have created a situation in which those inside the club or knowledgeable about it can commit a murder and stage it as a suicide. Youll marvel at how the author plays out the hand he has dealt to himself in this morbid but magnetic plot line. Part of the Suicide Kings pact is to buy insurance on each others lives; this adds fascinating dimensions to the investigation and a special overtone to the books title. Indeed, the novel is a trove of facts about suicide in general and its epidemic growth in the prison community. Fortunately, Mr. Lister doesnt break stride as he slides in this astounding information, which is central to the action and themes. We learn, for example, that failed suicides are sometimes failure of will, but often planned as ways of improving the inmates benefits: more time out of his cell, more counseling and medication, etc. Back at PCI, healthcare professionals at the prison are experimenting with hypnotherapy to deal with the inmates various problems. Because of this, they fall under suspicion. Perhaps they are hypnotizing susceptible men into self-murder or just plain murder. But to what advantage? Blood Money is drenched with both blunt and sophisticated awareness of lifes fragility. This awareness, of course, grows largely out of the proximity to danger and death in the prison environment (there are, after all, murderers in there). In addition, the threats by Annas exhusband loom large. But most important is the death of Jordans mother from the slow suicide of alcoholism, cirrhosis eating away at her body her pickled brain and nervous system failing, shutting down. Jordan, the flawed man always aspiring to be a good man, is brought up short when his mothers expected death occurs. He thought he was ready for that day, but he really wasnt. The authors handling of his protagonists attempts to be close to his mother at the end of her long decline is heart-wrenching. In situations like this, every decision we make about how we spend our time comforting a dying parent, getting our work done, fulfilling our needs for romantic intimacy becomes pressured. There is a constant conflict of values. It is in the depth of his characterizations that Mr. Lister reveals the magnitude of his broad, finely tuned sensibilities. While he works a special niche in this series, he never fails to reach out meaningfully and powerfully to universals. While the revelations that come late in the novel about who has done what and why are at once surprising and convincing, what we are offered along the away about our shared human condition brings us the greater rewards of engaging with Michael Listers art. Phil Jason, Ph.D., United States Naval Academy professor emeritus of English, is a poet, critic and freelance writer with 20 books to his credit, including several studies of war literature and a creative writing text. i h h t r i philJASONphiljreviews@gmail.com LISTER

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC6 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOTHEATERSweet Smell of Success By Theatre Zone through Jan. 17 in the G&L Theater at Community School of Naples. (888) 966-3352 or theatrezoneflorida.com. Same Time, Next Year By The Marco Players through Jan. 24 at the Marco Players Theater. 642-7270 or themarcoplayers.com.Informed Consent By Gulfshore Playhouse through Jan. 31 at The Norris Center. (844) 811-4111 or gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Other Desert Cities By The Naples Players through Feb. 7 at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or naplesplayers.org. The Cocktail Hour By Florida Repertory Theatre through Jan. 27 at the Historic Arcade Theatre, downtown Fort Myers. 332-4488 or floridarep.org. KAYAK By Theatre Conspiracy on select dates through Jan. 23 at the Alliance of the Arts, Fort Myers. 936-3239 or theatreconspiracy.org.The Velocity of Autumn By Laboratory Theater of Florida through Jan. 23 at 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers. 218-0481 or laboratorytheaterflorida.com.Showboat Through Feb. 14 at the Broadway Palm Theatre, Fort Myers. 278-4422 or broadwaypalm.com.The Sound of Music Through Jan. 17 At the Barbara B. Mann Peforming Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 481-4849 or bbmannpah.com. THURSDAY1.14Book Signing Naples Historical Society hosts Robert and Carole Leher from 1-3 p.m. signing copies of Naples Beach Homes: The Cottage, Castles and the Families That Built Them. 137 12th Ave. S. 261-8164 or napleshistoricalsociety.org. Listen and Learn The FGCU Renaissance Academy hosts a multimedia presentation about Beethovens Ninth Symphony at 3:30 p.m. at Marco Island Center for the Arts. $20 for members, $25 for others. 1010 Winterberry Drive. 434-4737 or fgcu.edu. Art Reception Thomas Riley Studio hosts an opening reception from 5:30-8 p.m. for an exhibit of works by paper artist Matthew Shlian and metal sculptor Harley Valentine. Free. 26 10th St. S. 529-2633 or thomasrileystudio. com.Forgive or Forget? Local clergy present overviews about how their denominations view forgiveness from 6:30-8 p.m. at North Collier Regional Park. They will answer questions posed by moderator David Prager, a representative from the Simon Weisenthal Center, and the audience. Free, but reservations required. 263-9200 or holocaustmuseumswfl.comComedy Troupe Chicago City Limits performs at 6:30 and 8 p.m. today and Friday, Jan. 15, at ArtisNaples. 5971900 or artisnaples.org. Irish History The Naples St. Patrick Foundation presents a program about the role Irelands national press played during the countrys revolutionary period at 7 p.m. at the Naples Womans Club. $20. 570 Park Ave. 227-5350 or naplesparade.com.Choral Concert Grammy-nominated choral ensemble Seraphic Fire performs at 7:30 p.m. at Moorings Presbyterian Church. $40. 791 Harbor Drive. seraphicfire.org. Operatic Evening Opera Naples presents Donizettis Don Pasquale at 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday, Jan. 16, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $65-99. 2408 Linwood Ave. 963-9050 or operanaples.org. FRIDAY1.15Beachcombing Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park hosts a volunteer-led talk about beach treasures setting out at 9:30 a.m. Free with park entry fee. 5976196 or floridastateparks.org.LEGO Art Naples Botanical Garden hosts 14 larger-than-life Lego sculptures created by artist Sean Kenney today through Sunday, April 10. 643-7275 or naplesgarden.org. Naturally Fun Rookery Bay hosts the 12th annual Southwest Florida Nature Festival all day today through Sunday, Jan 17, with numerous educational exhibits, a marine touch tank, lectures, field trips and more. 300 Tower Road. 530-5940 or rookerybay.org. All Dolled Up Naples Doll Club holds its annual show and sale with more than 50 vendors from noon to 5 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 16, at New Hope Event Center. 7675 Davis Blvd. 530-0100. Star Bright Explore the night sky with high-powered telescopes from 5-8 p.m. at FGCUs Evelyn L. Egan Observatory. $75 includes drinks and hors doeuvres, with proceeds benefit the observatory and FGCU. (888) 809-9809 or fgcu.edu.Gallery Opening Artist Michael Monroe Ethridge hosts a grand opening for his gallery from 5-9 p.m. 5405 Taylor Road. 572-3277.Jazz Things Up Kate Davis and The Ladybugs, a traditional jazz group known for their intricate harmonies and experimental arrangements, performs at 7 p.m. at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, downtown Fort Myers. 333-1933 or sbdac.com. SATURDAY1.16Author Talk Koreshan State Historic Site hosts Lyn Millner as she reads from her new book about the parks founders, The Allure of Immortality: An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet, at 10 a.m. Free. 992-0311 or floridastatepark.org.Bike Ride Big Cypress National Preserve hosts a ride on Fire Prairie Trail, a raised trail over moderate terrain, setting out at 10 a.m. from the park entrance in Ochopee. Free with park admission. Reservations required. 6954758 or nps.gov/bicy. Wild Art Friends of Delnor-Wiggins Pass host the 18th annual Wildlife and Wildlands Art Show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the park. Free with park entry fee. 597-6196 or floridastateparks.org. See story on page C1.Art ALIVE Galleries and studios in the Naples Art District (north of Pine Ridge Road and west of Airport-Pulling Roads) welcome visitors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17. Free. 580-7999. Art Reception Phil Fisher Gallery hosts a meet-and-greet from 6-9 p.m. with local artists Peter Garon and Jan Ellen Atkielski. 810 12th Ave. S. 403-8393 or philfishergallery.com. Samba Fusion The Brazilian jazz ensemble O Som Do performs at 8 p.m. at Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or artcenterbonita.org. SUNDAY1.17Pets on Third Pooches and other pets in the company of their owners strut their stuff from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Third Street South. Pet-centric vendors, veterinarians and other service providers will be on hand. 434-6533 or thirdstreetsouth.com. Sip & Shop Waterside Shops offers $5 bloody Marys and mimosa alongside live entertainment from noon to 3 p.m. Proceeds benefit Jewish Family and Community Services and the Naples Senior Center. watersideshops.com.Free Concert The Naples Concert Band performs from 2-4 p.m. in the bandshell at Cambier Park. 594-5141 or naplesconcertband.com.French Film The FGCU Renaissance Academy screens Ida (France, 2013) at 2 p.m. at the universitys Naples Campus. A young novitiate nun discovers a dark family secret dating back to the Nazi occupation. $5 for members, $7 for others. 1010 Fifth Ave. S. 434-4737 or fgcu.edu. One-Man Show Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs presents Southern Gothic: A One-Man-Show at 3 p.m. Actor Frank Blocker portrays 17 characters from a small town in Mississippi. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or artcenterbonita.org. Bluegrass Larry Cordle and The Trinity River Band perform at 5 and 7:30 p.m. in the Daniels Pavilion at Artis Naples. 597-1900 or artisnaples.org. Stand-Up Classic Bob Newhart works the stage at 7 p.m. at Artis Naples. 597-1900 or artisnaples.org. MONDAY1.18Sunset Yoga Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park hosts yoga instructors from Green Monkey Yoga for an all-levels class from 5-6 p.m. $5, plus park entry fee. Reservations required. 598-1938 or greenmonkey.com.Spanish Film Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs hosts a screening of Belle Epoque (Spain, 1992) at 7 p.m. A young soldier deserts from the army and is hosted by a farmer with four daughters. $10. 495-8989 or artcenterbonita.org. String Concert Armenet String Quartet performs works by Haydn, Brahms and more at 8 p.m. at the Sugden Community Theater. $60. 263-7990 or classicchamberconcerts.com. TUESDAY1.19Divine Diva Opera and Broadway star Renee Fleming performs at 8 p.m. at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or artisnaples.org.Classic Film Mercato presents a free outdoor screening of To Kill A Mockingbird starting at 6:15 p.m. 2801050 or mercatoshops.com. WEDNESDAY1.20Lifelong Learning Learn the essentials of using a digital camera from 9 a.m. to noon at Naples Botanical Garden. $35 for members, $40 for nonmembers. 643-7275 or naplesgarden.org. Local History Naples Historical Society hosts a walking tour of Old Naples setting out at 9:30 a.m. from Historic Palm Cottage. Reservations required. $10 for NHS members, $16 for others. 137 12th Ave. S. 261-8164 or napleshistoricalsociety.org.Art Reception Gardner Colby Gallery hosts a reception with the artists of its newest exhibition, Trois Femmes, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Free, but reservations requested. 386 Broad Ave. S. 4037787 or gardnercolbygallery.com.COMING UPCast-A-Net Learn the basic techniques of cast netting from a park ranger at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at DelnorWiggins Pass State Park. Free with park entry fee. Reservations required. 5976196 or floridastateparks.org. Third Thursday Enjoy live music on Third Street South from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21. 434-6533 or thirdstreetsouth.com. Strings Sing Marco Island Center for the Arts hosts a performance by Serafin String Quartet from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21. $50. 1010 Winterberry Drive. 394-4221 or marcoislandarts.com. Pig Tales Nick Jr.s Peppa Pig delights preschoolers and their parents starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at Germain Arena. $28-48. 9 48-7825 or germainarena.com.Amazing Adventures Rookery Bay hosts former journalist Carl Kelly at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, as he relays a typical day on safari in South Africa. 530-5972 or rookerybay.org. Gulfshore Playhouse presents Informed Consent through Jan. 31 at The Norris Center. The drama by Deborah Zoe Laufer explores the bioethical condundrum between an ambitious geneticist and an isolated Native American tribe. Edward OBlenis, Liz Hayes and Cynthia Bastidas star. Call 261-7529 or visit gulfshoreplayhouse.org.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY www.FloridaWeekly.com WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C7 WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GOStarry Night Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary extends its hours until 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, and offers visitors opportunities to learn about and experience traditional Seminole legends and art through themed activities. Boardwalk tours also available. Regular admission applies. 3489151 or corkscrew.audubon.org. Cool Winter Nights Collier County Sheriffs Office hosts family activities from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, at Immokalee Sports Park. Free. 774-4434 or colliersheriff.org. CAPA Concert The flute and guitar duo Gerardo Perez and Wendy Willis perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $40 for VIP, $30 for adults, $12 for students. 2408 Linwood Ave. 775-2800 or capacenter.org. See story on page C3.Masterworks Naples Philharmonic Chorus women perform A Symphonic Midsummers Night Dream with conductor Hans Graf at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23, at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or artisnaples.org. Chalk it Up Pelican Bay Rotary Club hosts Chalk Art 2016 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, along Fifth Ave. S. Free. info@pelicanbayrotary or pelicanbayrotary.com.Art Fest Naples Fleischmann Park hosts the 19th annual Art Fest Naples from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 23-24. The juried show presents works by 140 artists all media. Proceeds benefit the Special Needs Childrens Fund. 634-2337 or artfestnaples.com.Cultural Concert Pandit Karthik performs a sitar concert at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 23, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $25. 2408 Linwood Ave. 634-6668 or shirleybharath@ragafl.org.Yoga for Scribes Women are invited to stretch and write with yoga teacher Jane Erlbaum and writing coach Chivas Sandage from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at NCD Yoga & Pilates. $50-55. Registration required. writelikeariver@gmail.com. Jazz Concert The Bob Zottola Jazz Trio performs from 4-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at the Marco Island Center for the Arts. $25. 1010 Winterberry Drive. 394-4221 or marcoislandarts.com. Abruzzo Night Naples Italian American Foundation hosts an evening of dinner and music by Dino Valle and The Neapolitans and The Manhattan Connection starting at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Jan. 24. Reservations required by Jan. 22. 7035 Airport-Pulling Road. 597-5210 or niafoundation.org.Ramblin Band Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $28. 2408 Linwood Ave. bluewaterbg@gmail.com or tix.com. Classical Concert The Cleveland Orchestra performs works by Tchaikovsky and Schumann at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at ArtisNaples. 597-1900 or artisnaples.org.Jazz Tunes Jazz saxophonist and clarinetist Ken Peplowski recreates the sounds of Benny Goodman with the Naples Jazz Orchestra at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at Golden Gate High School. $30. 207-8299 or naplesjazzorchestra.org.Reign Supreme Friends of the Library of Collier County hosts Nancy Goldstone for a discussion of her book The Rival Queens at 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 25, at Country Club of Naples. $45 for members, $55 for others. 185 Burning Tree Drive. 262-8135 or collier-friends.org. # PEPPA PIG 1.24 1.17 1.15 Catch the pooch parade at Third Avenue Souths seventh annual Pets on Third from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. thirdstreetsouthNaples Botanical Garden brings back the artist Sean Kenneys LEGO sculptures in an outdoor exhibit that incorporates more than 400,000 bricks in 14 larger-than-life creations. Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks opens Friday and runs through April 10.Preschoolers and their parents can get their fill of Peppa Pig when the Nick Jr. sensation comes to Germain Arena at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21. Broadways tallest tapper Tommy Tune ( at 6-feet 8-inches) brings his dancing, singing and tale-telling talents to town as a benefit for TheatreZone from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, at Quail West Country Club. Cost is $275 per person, $500 per couple. For an additional $150 per person, enjoy a VIP reception with the star. theatrezoneflorida.com

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC8 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Be A Part of the Show! THE NAPLES PLAYERS Tickets: 239-263-7990 or www.naplesplayers.orgThe Naples Players at Sugden Community Theatre 701 5th Ave. South, Naples, FL 34102 TICKETS: ADULTS $35 STUDENTS 21 AND UNDER $10 GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE OTHER DESERT CITIES Every family has their secrets, but what happens when they are on the verge of being revealed to the world?BY JON ROBIN BAITZ JANUARY 13 FEBRUARY 7, 2016WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. THURSDAY SATURDAY 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY 2:00 P.M. IN BLACKBURN HALL Sponsored by: 13 Years Voted Best Live Theatre SWFL CHILDRENS CHARITIES PRESENTS JOIN USFOR A CELEBRATION OF GRACIOUS GIVING WELCOMING HONORED SIGNATURE VINTNER, WILLIAMS SELYEM WINERY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26Chef Vintner DinnersSATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27The Grand Tasting & Live AuctionEnjoy an intimate dining experience featuring the culinary talents of one of our areas greatest chefs and the wines of a renowned vintner. Festivities continue at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club with more exceptional wines, specialty dishes and a unique and luxurious live auction. CONTACT US TODAY TO LEARN MORE, DONATE OR BUY TICKETS!100% of proceeds support the Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida and scholarships to local students pursuing health science degrees at FSW and FGCU.Join us in helping our areas most vulnerable children like Avery who was diagnosed with Leukemia at age four. Today, with the lifesaving care delivered at Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida, Avery is a thriving six year old having won her battle with cancer with unwavering strength, courage and faith. SWFL CHILDRENS CHARITIES | 239.433.4260 | swflwinefest.org SWFL CHILDRENS CHARITIES, INC. IS A 501(C)(3) TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATION. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7252) TOLL FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. FEIN: 26-2302491/FL REG: CH 35035 TITLE SPONSOR Raised and Donated $12.8 Million Over 7 Years For more information visit: www.bouteakbyjackiemorelisse.com 239-949-0998 Miromar Design Center, 10800 Corkscrew Road, Suite 148, EsteroFlorida33928 ADVERTORIALFrom Farm to TableLocal artist creates Eco-Chic FurnitureBouTeak by Jackie Morelisse offers custom built, hand-crafted furniture cultivated from reforestation lumber grown in Pangola, Costa Rica. BoutTeaks stunning furniture designs are created on-site at the companys Finca Pangola reforestation project, where over 700,000 teak and indigenous tropical species of trees have been planted. Local craftsman individually manufacture each piece for BouTeak with unique, artisanal skills that have been passed on through generations. Purchasing a piece of furniture from BouTeak ensures quality. Every step of the production is carefully supervised to provide BouTeaks exclusive ecofriendly excellence. BouTeak by Jackie Morelisse is also a member of the Green Building Council, which prides itself on enabling social and environmental responsibility. Your purchase guarantees the preservation of a critically endangered habitat with an incredible biodiversity. In addition to the furniture, BouTeaks showroom displays many colorful paintings and unique photography created by founders, Jackie and Henk Morelisse. Jackie draws her inspiration for painting from the colorful tropical environments of Costa Rica, Curacao, Brazil and many more. Henk has been a nature enthusiast and avid outdoorsman all his life. Currently, his photography theme is Floridas Everglades. Over time, displays will be rotated to show many new and exciting nature oriented themes. BouTeak is both pleased and excited to have this unique and exceptional artwork on display. WHAT TO DOForeign Film The Italian Cultural Society screens La Ragazza del Lago (Italy, 2007) at 6:45 Monday, Jan. 25, at The Norris Center. A detective from the nearby city is called to solve the mystery of a young woman found dead in a small town in Northern Italy. $5. 4343323 or italianculturalsociety.com. Opera Night Naples Italian American Foundation hosts a performance of Rossinis Barber of Seville by Southwest Florida Italian Opera at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26. $20. 7095 Airport-Pulling Road. 597-5210 or niafoundation.org. Sainted Mother Photographer Marie Constantin discusses her time and work with Mother Teresa at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, at Ave Maria University. Free. 280-2557 or avemaria.edu. Chickee Chat Naples Historical Society presents From Fish to Pheasant with hunters, fishermen and park rangers at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 28, in the garden at Historic Palm Cottage. Bring chairs. Free for NHS members, $5 for others. 261-8164 or napleshistoricalsociety.org.Southern Twang Collier County Fairgrounds presents the Country Jam Music Festival starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, with artists Cole Swindell, Josh Thompson, Craig Wayne Boyd and Barrett Baber. $35-$55. 455-1444 or countryjamflorida.com. Strummin Along Guitarists Richard Smith, Andy Wahlberg and George Worthmore take the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $28. 2408 Linwood Ave. bluewaterbg@gmail.com or tix.com. Light Show Seminole Immokalee Casino hosts a fireworks show, highschool band performances and food trucks from 8-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. Bring a lawn chair. (800) 218-0007 or seminoleimmokaleecasino.com.Piano Concert Manhattan Piano Trio performs works by Tchaikovsky at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, at the Sugden Community Theater. $60. 263-7990 or classicchamberconcerts.com. Vocal Concert Operatic pop group Quattro Divo performs at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. $35-$45. 495-8989 or artcenterbonita.org. Motown Melodies Uptown Express performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at The Norris Center. $22. 2133058 naplesgov.com.Singing Along Vocalist Rebecca Richardson performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. 2408 Linwood Ave. 7752800 or capacenter.org.Comedy Show Tim Walkoe performs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at The Norris Center. 775 Eighth Ave. S. 213-3058 or naplesgov.com. Star Party Explore the night sky with local astronomy groups at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Big Cypress National Preserve. Free with park admission. 33110 Tamiami Trail E., Ochopee. 6951149 or nps.gov/bicy.Choir Concert The 60-person choir at Naples United Church of Christ performs a turtle-themed concert at 2

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C9 Calendar of EventsTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Russia Talia Carner, Hotel Moscow David Greene, Midnight in Siberia www.JewishBookFestival.org MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Family Dr. David Bernstein, Ive Got Some Good News and Some Bad News: YOURE OLD Dani Klein Modisett, Take My Spouse Please TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 ~ 9:00 11:00AMTheme: Food Chef Rossi, The Raging Skillet WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Local Authors B.A. Shapiro, The Muralist Marc Simon, The Leap Year Boy Bob Mandell, Stroke Victor Jerry Greeneld, Secrets of the Wine Whisperer MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29 ~ 6:30 9:00PMTheme: Spirituality Sarah L. Kaufman, The Art of Grace Jay Michaelson, The Gate of Tears TUESDAY, MARCH 1 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Holocaust Daniel M. Cohen, Single Handed Steven Pressman, 50 Children WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Israel Jessamyn T. Hope, Safekeeping Mike Kelly, The Bus on Jaa Road THURSDAY, MARCH 3 ~ 1:00 4:00PMTheme: Fiction Julia Dahl, Run You Down Susan Jane Gilman, The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 ~ 6:30 9:00PMTheme: Memoir Sally Fingerett, The Mental Yentl Dafna Michaelson Jenet, It Takes a Little Crazy To Make a Dierence MONDAY, MARCH 14 ~ 6:30 9:00PMTheme: Inspiration Megan Feldman Bettencourt, Triumph of the Heart Goldie Milgram, New Mitzvah Stories THURSDAY, MARCH 10 ~ 6:30 9:30PMTheme: Powerful Women Lisa Green, On Your Case Julia Pimsleur, Million Dollar Women Presents the First Annual February 18 March 14, 2016 11 events ~ 23 authors All events take place in Naples Womens Cultural AllianceThank You to Our SponsorsFor more information on the 23 authors, their books, tickets, venues and more: www.JewishBookFestival.org These are just a few of the books youll hear about at the Festival: 239.263.4205 WHERE TO GOp.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, as part of the local Turtles on the Town project. Free. 2615469 or naplesucc.org.Meet the Composer Anne McLean performs in a multimedia presentation about Handel from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. $20-$25. 495-8989 or artcenterbonita.org. Jazz Tribute Naples Jazz Orchestra hosts Grammy-nominated composer and trombonist Steve Weist in a send-up to Maynard Ferguson at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at Golden Gate High School. $30. 207-8299 or naplesjazzorchestra.com. Jazz Festival CAPA brings the Dan Heck Trio, Steve Uschers Tropical Jazz Group, Mudbone and The Dan Miller Quintet to the lawn at Mercato from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7. Free. 7752800 or capacenter.org.Foreign Film The Italian Cultural Society hosts a screening of Shun Li and the Poet (Italy, 2011) at 6:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8, at The Norris Center. 755 Eighth Ave. S. 434-3323 or italianculturalsociety.com. Seafood in the Swamp The annual Everglades Seafood Festival takes place Friday through Sunday, Feb. 12-14 in Everglades City. 695-2277 or evergladesseafoodfestival.com.Young Artists Members of the Opera Naples Young Artists Program performs The Four Note Opera at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12-13, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $29-59. 2408 Linwood Ave. 963-9050 or operanaples.org. Field Trip Florida Native Plant Society hosts a field trip to the CREW Cypress Dome off Corkscrew Road from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13. Free or members, $5 for others. 597-7772 or naples.fnpschapters.org. Car Show Kiwanis Club of Marco Island hosts a car show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, at Marco Healthcare Center. $5. kiwanishclubofmarcoisland.com. Lovers Knot Lovers Key State Park hosts its seventh annual Valentines Day Vow Renewal at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. $75 per couple. (708) 3590466 or friendsofloverskey.org. String Recital Musica Bella performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, at The David and Cecile Wang Opera Center. $10-40. 2408 Linwood Ave. 775-2800 or capacenter.org. Queen of Rock n Soul Patti LaBelle performs at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, at Seminole Immokalee Casino. $100. (800) 218-0007 or seminoleimmokaleecasino.com. Email calendar listings and highresolution photos to Lindsey Nesmith at lnesmith@floridaweekly.com. Please send Word or text documents and jpgs with time, date, location, cost and contact information. No pdfs or photos of fliers. Deadline for calendar submissions is noon Monday. No phone calls please.

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC10 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 g NaplesZoo.org I facebook.com/napleszooGet Closer! Closer to Animals. Closer to Nature. Closer to Family.239-262-5409 I 1590 Goodlette Rd. Naples, FL Discover zebras, leopards, lions, ride a camel and hand-feed a girae! Enjoy shows, a wild cruise, meet animal keepers and much more! Cheetahs! NEW! Red Ruffed Lemurs! NEW! el d d d d d d d d d d e! ARTS COMMENTARY The Cocktail Hour charms and entertains at Florida RepIt was Flannery OConnor who famously said, Anyone who survived childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days. Thats certainly true for playwright A.R. Gurney, whos made a successful career out of writing about WASPs and familial conflict, as society changes and the younger generation questions its elders and their ways. Its the world in which he grew up, in Buffalo, N.Y., in the 1930s and 40s. And its true for the main character, John (Brendan Powers), in Florida Repertory Theatres production of Mr. Gurneys 1988 award-winning The Cocktail Hour. Like Mr. Gurney, Johns childhood and upbringing have given him ample literary fodder for his own work. John has returned home to visit his family. Hes written a highly autobiographical play and is looking for their permission to move ahead and try to get it produced. But his parents decline. I just try to show who we are, he says. His father, Bradley (Peter Thomasson), wont even read the play, but refuses to give his blessing, feeling it will just ridicule and humiliate them. His mother, Ann (Carrie Lund), keeps urging John to write a book instead. Books are quieter, she says, claiming that plays are too noisy and vulgar. Theyre both overly concerned what others might think and how their sons play might reflect on them. Politeness and social manners rule this familys interactions, but underneath all the niceties, strong emotions churn. They might be a calm and placid lake on the surface, but underneath the waters are roiling. Johns sister, Nina (Kate Hampton), comes by for dinner, but the meal is delayed and so the cocktail hour lasts longer than 60 minutes. As the drinks flow, passionate emotions start pushing past the polite veneers that tamped them down. John feels hes been overlooked all his life and wonders why hes the odd man out in the family. Nina feels taken for granted. Shes the one whos stayed close to home, taking care of her parents, even though she also has a family of her own. What she really wants to do is move to Cleveland and learn how to train seeing-eye dogs, a desire that horrifies both her parents. A third sibling, a brother, obviously the favored one, is spoken of, but does not make an appearance. This cast makes a believable family. Ms. Lund and Mr. Thomasson have played husband-and-wife in at least two other Florida Rep productions of plays by Mr. Gurney (Black Tie and Indian Blood). Like many long-married couples, they have an easy way about them and, in one scene, while talking about another couple, they complete each others sentences as they comment on how the other couple does the same thing. Mr. Thomassons Bradley is somehow charming while being irritating; he quotes various people from Byron to Emerson, but refuses to let his son look anything up because he doesnt want to be proven wrong. Desperately holding onto the old ways and rituals, he considers the cocktail hour sacred. Any problem, he believes, can be solved by throwing money at it. Its Mr. Thomassons great skill that makes us like his character, though were laughing at him. Ms. Lund is equally as gifted. Shes the queen of the dry delivery, and just her certain intonation of a word or phrase can make an audience laugh uproariously. (In fact, this became a problem on opening night, as some subsequent lines would be lost in the continued laughter.) Her Ann wears her privilege like a tiara. She had me in stitches with the way she airily waves her right hand and requests, Just a splash, her charm bracelet tinkling almost as if shes ringing a little bell to summon a maid. Mr. Powers has the unenviable role of playing the straight man, though as the evening wears on, he becomes increasingly and amusingly unhinged. He and Ms. Hampton also have a lovely scene at the top of Act II, where they sit on the couch together, two siblings laughing and reminiscing about their childhood. And Ms. Hamptons character, initially placid and conventional, proves to have some grit to her. Everyone has beans to spill, says the elegant Ann in the beginning of the play. As the action progresses, we discover exactly what those beans are. The Cocktail Hour is a very clever play; the play we are seeing, in fact, is the play that John has written, which has the very same name. It grows increasingly self-referential, as John declares that he and his mother must have the obligatory mother-and-son scene and that, though there may not be much in terms of a plot, the play needs a kicker with which to end. Set designer Ray Recht provides the family a spacious living room, tastefully designed with elegant understatement. There are four tall white columns, wainscoting, subdued tan and mint colors. The ceilings so tall, the grandfather clock in the corner is dwarfed and easy to overlook. A master of details, Mr. Recht has placed some hunting scenes on the far back wall of the staircase leading upstairs. And the pice de rsistance a painting of a clipper ship stage left, above the white fireplace. Clipper ships are discussed briefly by John and his father (one is even on the label of the Cutty Sark on the bar), a sailing vessel that briefly enjoyed its time of glory but is long gone, much like Bradleys cherished WASP way of life. There are oceans of space between the furniture, echoing the wide divide among all the characters. Director Chris Clavelli does some clever staging, with actors speaking to each other across a wide room, coming together and regrouping in different configurations. At times, John sits alone in front of the fireplace, as if stranded on his own island. At another point, he sits on the floor next to the sofa where his parents are comfortably ensconced, taking a childlike position, subservient to them. The laughs come easy in this production, which possesses both lightness and substance. This gifted cast knows exactly how to deliver the playwrights lines and inhabit his characters. The Cocktail Hour is one of those magical productions where a talented cast and an intuitive director combine with a smart script to provide an entertaining night at the theater. I left with a lightness in my heart and a big smile on my face. nancySTETSONnstetson@floridaweekly.com NICK ADAMS / FLORIDA REPERTORY THEATREPeter Thomasson, Carrie Lund and Brendan Powers in "The Cocktail Hour" by A.R. Gurney. The Cocktail Hour>> Who: Florida Repertory Theatre >> Where: The Historic Arcade Theatre, Fort Myers >> When: Through Jan. 27 >> Cost: $45 and $49 >> Info: 332-4488 or oridarep.org

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C11 SUNDAYJanuary 17th 2016 10-4 pmFREE ADMISSIONMARCO ISLAND 239.948.PUCK FloridaEverblades.comVSTONIGHT, JAN 13 FLEXIBLE TICKET & GIFT PACKAGES STILL AVAILABLE! HOCKEY IN THE NEW YEAR! FRI, JANUARY 15 SAT, JANUARY 16 SAT, J Specials All Night! SWFLS PREMIER DINNER THEATRE 1380 COLONIAL BOULEVARD, FORT MYERS239.319.2343 www.BroadwayPalm.com IN THE OFF BROADWAY PALM CONCERT SERIESNOW FEB 14Come aboard for an original Broadway masterpiece that moves us with its humanity. Set in 1890 to 1927, the production follows a troupe of Mississippi riverboat performers, while illuminating the racial and social changes that were shaping the country.JAN 14 MAR 5A hysterical comedy about an embezzling mayor and two cops trying to catch him in the act! UNNECESSARYFARCE JAN 31 & FEB 13 Performances Only! PAN SEARED GROUPER white wine, spinach, sundried tomato broth with steamed jasmine riceGRILLED GROUPERwarm pearl couscous, roasted brussels sprouts & pomegranate syrupOVEN ROASTED GROUPERwith sweet potato puree and roasted cauliower & creamy leeksCelebrate the return of GROUPER FEST!For a limited time only, treat yourself to one of our specialty grouper entres prepared by Chef Tim Nuckels. WINTER GROUPER simply seasoned and grilled, served on butternut quash risotto with asparagus, topped with brown butter sage sauce BEER BATTERED GROUPER beer batter fried grouper medallions with house-made tartar sauce, served with french friesAll Grouper Fest Entres | $34.95* *Price per entre, tax and gratuity not included. Limited time oer based on availability of menu items. GROUPER FEST 2016 JANUARY 5-31 The Real Seafood Co. Presents 8960 Fontana Del Sol Way, Naples, FL 34109 | RealSeafoodCoNaples.comRESERVATIONS AT (888) 456-3463 PUZZLE ANSWERS

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC12 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 thecafechic.com 239.643.0004The Village on Venetian Bay 4350 Gulf Shore BoulevardOpen Daily 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fine French FoodBreakfast & LunchEnjoy Our New French Crpes Menu! HOROSCOPES KIDLICK QUACK By Linda ThistlePlace a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine.Sponsored By: Moderate Challenging ExpertPuzzle Difficulty this week: SEE ANSWERS, C11SEE ANSWERS, C11CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Despite some anxious moments, you could have good reason to be pleased with how things are turning out. An end-ofthe-week call might hold some interesting information. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A long-overdue expression of appreciation could be offered soon. But admit it: You never really expected it would happen, right? Meanwhile, keep your weekend options open. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Its a good time to dive right into a new challenge, whether its learning a computer app, or how to drive a stick shift, or making a new friend. Whatever it is, good luck. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Single Lambs looking for romance could find Cupid especially accommodating this week. Paired partners also find their relationships benefiting from the chubby cherubs attention. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Keep your keen Bulls eye focused on your target, and shake off any attempt to turn your attention elsewhere. You should get some news later in the week that might answer some questions. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your early enthusiasm for a project might have been somewhat premature. Although you feel positive about it, you might need more information in order to make an informed decision. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Taking on a new responsibility might seem like the politically correct thing to do. But even with the promise of support, was it the wisest? Consider reassessing your upcoming decision. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Apply yourself to completing your task despite all the distractions that might be interfering with your work. Then reward yourself with a weekend of fun shared with people who are close to you. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A business agreement from the past might need to be looked at again. Use this unexpected development to check out other matters related to it. A weekend venture proves to be rewarding. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Dont ignore that uneasy feeling about making a commitment. It could be a case of understandably cold feet, or a warning that something isnt as right as it should be. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A colleague could be more supporting of one of your efforts. But its up to you to make the case for it, and that could mean opening up a secret or two, which might be a problem for you. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Expect some good news about a relative youve been worried about. But dont expect the full story to be told -at least not yet. A workplace matter might face shifting priorities. BORN THIS WEEK: You see the wisdom in honesty, and you help others appreciate your vision. PUZZLES

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C13 Shell Point is a non-profit ministry of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Foundation, Inc. 2016 Shell Point. All rights reserved. ACT-1010-16Shell Point Retirement Community 15101 Shell Point Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33908. Shell Point is located just o Summerlin Road in Fort Myers, 2 miles before the Sanibel Causeway. DUKE ELLINGTONORCHESTRA To purchase tickets visit shellpoint.org/concerts or call (239) 454-2067 Tickets just$35 E llington music changed the world, and so did the debonair genius himself, who did much to break down the color barrier in American society. The Duke Ellington Orchestra has been performing worldwide for the past 88 years under the guidance of three generations of the Ellington family. Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington is regarded as one of the most prolific American composers of the 20th century. His career spanned more than 50 years and included leading his orchestra, composing an inexhaustible songbook, scoring movies, and composing stage musicals and world tours. MONDAY, FEB. 1, 2016 7:30 P.M. Cruise & TravelExpo 2016January 22 & 23, 2016 10am 2pmThe Crowne Plaza Fort Myers at Bell Tower Shops 13051 Bell Tower Dr. Fort Myers, FL FREE ADMISSION! *subject to changeMeet cruise line & travel representatives from:* FL ST#37304 ENTER TO WIN: 3 Nights at Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun with 2 roundtrip tickets on Sun Country Airlines (courtesy of AMResorts, Amstar & Sun Country Airlines) OR $1,500 Gift Certicate for Mayower Tours Completely ll in & cut out registration form and bring to the Cruise Expo Jan 22 or 23 between 10am & 2pm to skip the registration line. Need not be present to win. One entry per person, per day. Must be 21 or older to enter. Valid name, address, phone & e-mail address required to win. Subject to availability. Blackout dates and additional restrictions will apply. Drawing to be held Monday, Jan 25, 2016. Winner will be notied. AAT_CTE16_FM_FW10x7First Name Address City Email PhoneYes, I want to receive information and promotions about travel from All Aboard Travel. (You may unsubscribe at any time.) I am interested in learning more about earning discounted or free travel by being a group leader with All Aboard Travel. Please contact me with more details.Last Name State Zip 1.800.741.1770 | AllAboardTravel.com SPECIAL EXPO ONLY OFFERS PLUS YOU COULD WIN A TRIP!Friday, Jan 22 9:30am Ama Waterways 10:00am Viking Cruises 11:30am Be an All Aboard Travel Group Leader 1:00pm Oceania Cruises 1:30pm Carnival Cruise Line Saturday, Jan 23 9:30am Holland America Line 10:00am Celebrity Cruises 11:30am Be an All Aboard Travel Group Leader 1:00pm Royal Caribbean International 1:30pm American Queen Steamboat Company20 Minute Presentations:* Seating is Limited First Come, First Served(SAT only) (FRI only) (FRI only) (FRI only) CONTRACT BRIDGEFamous handBY STEVE BECKERWe can all take solace from some of the hands played at the highest levels of the game. This deal, for example, took place in the match between Great Britain and the United States in 1955 and demonstrates how far from par the experts can stray, even in a world championship. When the British were North-South, the bidding went as shown. Kenneth Konstam bid one diamond, and Boris Schapiro jump-shifted to two hearts. Schapiro was trying for a slam, of course, and Konstam went along with the idea by leaping to four diamonds to show a respectable opening bid containing a self-sufficient suit. It is not known whether Schapiros four-notrump bid was intended as Blackwood. However Konstam interpreted four notrump, his raise to six indicates he did not treat the bid as asking for aces. Konstam might have felt that a fivediamond response, showing one ace, would not do his hand justice, considering the number of winning tricks he had. At any rate, six notrump became the contract, whereupon the American East cashed the A-K of hearts to defeat the slam. At the other table, the American pair of William Rosen and Milton Ellenby arrived at the same contract! Rosen opened the South hand with three notrump ("gambling"), showing a long solid minor with not much else on the side, and Ellenby raised him to six. Ellenby was hoping there would either be a legitimate play for the slam or that the defense would make the wrong opening lead. The latter wish was granted when the English West led the jack of spades, and Rosen made all 13 tricks. So the American team gained 1,070 points on the deal. Both teams missed the ice-cold six-diamond contract.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC14 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 new yearround service to Cancun, Mexico TENNIS CLUB 475 SEAGATE DRIVE | NAPLES, FL 34103 | NAPLESGRANDE.COM | (866) 543-8993 JOIN A CLUB YOU CAN CALL HOME WITH PRICING FROM $112 PER MONTH + $800 IN ADDED AMENITIES.EXPERT INSTRUCTION FROM PBI15 HAR TRU COURTS 5 LIGHTED FOR EVENING PLAY COVERED PARKING FITNESS CENTER ACCESS GUEST PASSES COMPLIMENTARY MEMBER CLINICS REFERRAL INCENTIVES FILM CAPSULESThe Revenant 1/2(Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will Poulter) Fur trapper Hugh Glass (Mr. DiCaprio) is left for dead by his fellow hunters after hes mauled by a bear. The cinematography is fantastic and Mr. DiCaprio and Mr. Hardy give standout performances, but theres a harsh unpleasantness about it that makes you feel like you need a shower when its over. Rated R.The Hateful Eight 1/2(Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Leigh) Eight scoundrels are trapped inside a Wyoming log cabin during a blizzard, and not all make it out alive. Writer/director Quentin Tarantino (Django Unchained) over writes and under edits, but darn if there isnt something deliciously cinematic about it. Rated R.Joy (Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper) With her personal and professional life a mess, Joy (Ms. Lawrence) invents a Miracle Mop that becomes a huge sensation if her family doesnt screw it up for her. Writer/director David O. Russell (American Hustle) usually imbues his movies with a flair that makes them burst with life and energy, but thats oddly missing here. Rated PG-13.Carol 1/2(Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Kyle Chandler) In the 1950s, Carol (Ms. Blanchett), whos about to divorce her husband (Chandler), finds herself attracted to a department store clerk (Ms. Mara) whos unsure of what she wants. The performances, costume and production design, and musical score make this one of the best films of 2015. Rated R.The Big Short (Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell, Brad Pitt) The mortgage crisis and succeeding 2008 economic collapse are given fresh insight and explained clearly and comically in co-writer and director Adam McKays wonderful adaptation of Michael Lewis book. The performances, humor and spoton script make this an absolute treat; it should be a Best Picture Oscar nominee. Rated R.Sisters 1/2(Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph) Sisters Kate (Ms. Fey) and Maura (Ms. Poehler) throw one last grand party in their old house before their parents sell it. Its not consistently funny, but fans of the co-stars will find it amusing enough. Rated R.In the Heart of the Sea (Chris Hemsworth, Brendan Gleeson, Benjamin Walker) Presented as the story that inspired Moby Dick, a whaling boat captain (Mr. Walker) and his first mate (Mr. Hemsworth) try to keep their men alive after being attacked by a 100-foot sperm whale. The storys flashback structure does it a disservice, and the action is only so-so. Rated PG-13.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C15 PromenadeSpecials.com26795-26851 South Bay Drive, Bonita Springs, FL 34134discounts up to 50% off retail pricing LATEST FILMSCarol1/2Is it worth $10? YesThe way modern pop culture remembers 1950s America as a time of prude women, gallivanting men and cultural norms that belied the naughtiness lying behind closed doors it was clearly a time of intolerance and exclusion. Things had to be a certain orderly way, and if they werent ostracism was the consequence. It is in this backdrop that writer/ director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven) sets Carol, a moving love story thats wonderfully acted by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Ms. Blanchett plays Carol, a loving mother to Rindy (Sadie Heim) but bored housewife to Harge (Kyle Chandler), who shes looking forward to divorcing. Its Christmas season, so Carol ventures into New York City from her spacious New Jersey home to do some shopping. While in a department store she meets Therese (Ms. Mara), a shy, waifish clerk and aspiring photographer. Thereses boyfriend, Richard (Jake Lacy), wants to take her to Europe and marry her, yet she hesitates. Something is not quite right. As she spends time with Carol, she figures out what. Mr. Haynes story is in no rush to get Carol and Therese physically involved, although Carols years-ago fling with her now best friend Abby (Sarah Paulson) clearly suggests what Carol desires. Instead of rushing it, Mr. Haynes and screenwriter Phyllis Nagy have Carol and Therese spend time together. Bond. A simple caress of the shoulder here, a touch on the hand there, and intimacy is established. Eye contact lasts longer than normal, glances turn to glares that would be awkward if they werent so wanted. Soon a deep emotional connection is established without them so much as kissing. The little things tell us everything. The first time we see Carol and Therese together, in the prologue before a flashback tells us how they met, theres an abrupt ending to their meeting. But note how Carol touches Therese on the shoulder as Carol leaves, and Therese closes her eyes and seemingly melts into Carols soft hand. All we need to know is suggested in this otherwise passive moment, and the phenomenal performances from Ms. Mara and Ms. Blanchett allow it all to feel pure. The emotions become more painfully prominent with Carter Burwells musical score, which stays with you. Its notable for how it punctuates otherwise mundane moments to heighten emotions, simultaneously suggesting melancholy and turmoil throughout. It also makes you feel the yearning Carol and Therese have for one another. Its one of the best scores of 2015. The camera work is straightforward, but the costumes and production design are authentic, from the staid, modest attire to the street signs, cars and furniture. Take note of what the women wear: Carol is often seen in lighter colors and sports flowing blonde locks, suggesting a look at me extroversion and comfort in a world that doesnt accept her for what she is and wants. In contrast, Therese wears darker, less flattering clothes, visually bleeding into the background and reflecting her reserved nature by giving the impression that shes completely in the dark about who and what she is. The film is based on the Patricia Highsmith novel The Price of Salt, which she wrote under a pseudonym in 1952 because of its taboo content. Through the eyes of Mr. Haynes, the story transforms into a stellar motion picture that tells its tale more through actions and mannerisms than it does through dialog. Carol is a patient, poetic and beautiful work thats not to be missed. T t b a h d h dan HUDAKpunchdrunkmovies.com >> Novelist Patricia Highsmith renamed the story (originally called The Price of Salt) Carol when it was republished in 1990. AESTHETICPLASTICSURGERY& MED SPAOF NAPLES

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC16 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 January 1 April 30 Classic Sunset Adventure Lunchtime cruise 10 am 1 PMCome aboard the Good Fortune II to enjoy the beauty of Rookery Reservations required. www.conservancy.org/goodfortune 239.403.4236 Gift available!aboard the Good Fortune II ECO Cruises Departure times vary with the sunset. Lunch cost not included in the program fee. Subject to weather conditions and tides. ask about our Friends and Family Cruise and Private Charters Assuage Medical Spa in Naples is the only medical spa in the region to receive SculpSure, which is approved by the FDA as the worlds first non-invasive fat-melting device to treat stubborn fat in just 25 minutes. The versatile, hands-free device features a flexible applicator system using a 1060 nm laser to treat multiple areas of the body without downtime or surgery. 1201 Piper Blvd., Unit 1 Naples, FL 34110 239.333.1450 or AssuageCenters.com KOVEL: ANTIQUESModern sensibilities meet politically incorrect antiques BY TERRY KOVEL AND KIM KOVELTrying to be politically correct in the antiques and collectibles world is becoming more and more difficult. Watch out for endangered species discussions and laws. Are we protecting living elephants by making it illegal to sell any ivory, even carvings or teapot handles, made more than 100 years ago? Watch out for stereotypes. Is it trying to change history to delete vocabulary and cartoonish figurines from 100 years ago? Unflattering depictions of suffragettes or Shylock are tolerated, but a Confederate flag, a Chinese man with a queue or a black child with an alligator or non-PC word embossed on a bank must be omitted in a for sale ad. And which firearms can be legally sold at antiques auctions without special permits? Is a cannon OK? Recently, a life-size iron figure of a woman wearing a painted late-19thcentury carnival costume was sold at auction. She is a shooting-gallery target, part of the history of a past lifestyle. She sold for more than $43,000, even though she had marks from shots and some repairs. Times have changed no shooting gallery would have a human target, but one from the past is an historic artifact. Q: I have two lions from Bennington Vermont ceramics from the year 1849. I'd like to sell them. One of them was damaged, but I can get it fixed and restored. Is it worth it? A: A lot of fake Bennington has been made. The lions should be seen by an expert to determine if they are the original old Bennington or more recent reproductions. Contact a good auction house or antiques shop. Prices for Bennington have dropped in the past five years. It might pay to fix the damaged lion so you can sell them as a pair. A pair is worth more than two singles. Q: I found a Speedball Linoleum Cutter made by Hunt Manufacturing Co. It's in its original box. The blades are in their own little box. It says there are supposed to be five blades, but there are nine. What can you tell me about it, and how much is it worth? A: The company began when C. Howard Hunt started a pen manufacturing company in Camden, New Jersey, in 1899. The company became wellknown when it introduced the Speedball nib, which made lettering faster, in 1913. It began making linoleum cutters and other accessories for block printing in 1936. The company name was changed to Hunt Manufacturing Co. in 1962. It was restructured in 1997 and now makes linoleum cutters and other art products under the name Speedball in Statesville, N.C. New and used linoleum cutters sell online for under $10. Q: I have a bunch of old movie posters that were used outside of theaters. They include Singing in the Rain, Hunt for Red October and several others. Are they worth anything? How would I sell them? A: Movie posters are easy to sell. Some sell for about $25 and many sell for several hundred dollars or more. Contact auction houses or dealers who sell movie memorabilia may want to sell them for you. Q: I have a brass plaque embossed with the dates 801 and 915 above a temple, the words To commemorate the dedication of the House of the Temple Supreme Council A. and A.S.R. of Free Masonry for the Southern Jurisdiction U.S.A., Oct. 18, 1915, and portraits of four men. An eagle and other symbols are also embossed on it. The back of the plaque is embossed with the names of the officers of the Supreme Council. We would like to know the approximate value and any history behind it. A: The initials A. and A.S.R. stand for Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, a Masonic organization founded in 1801. The House of the Temple, the headquarters of the Supreme Council, is located in Washington, DC, and was dedicated in 1915. Your bronze plaque probably was made in quantity so that members could purchase them when the building was dedicated. Information on the actual number made may be available at the headquarters or at the Grand Lodge Scottish Rite Museum in Minneapolis. We haven't seen a commemorative plaque like yours sell. It doesn't have wide appeal, but it does have historic value for Masons or people who are interested in the building. Bronze plaque prices are determined by size and the fame of the artist. Most sell for $30 to $100. Q: My sister and I have been going through the contents of our parents house trying to determine whether to donate, sell, or give away things. There are a number of linens from the 1940s and s, antique lace from the early 1900s, a silk nightgown from the 1940s, and baby clothes from the late 1950s to early 1960s. We feel these arent items for a garage sale, but wonder if you can tell us how to find someone who purchase these types of items. A: Old linens are hard to sell. Look for dealers or shops in your area who specialize in vintage clothes and textiles, but dont expect to get much for them. Usable vintage clothing, like the nightgown or baby clothes, can bring $5-$100 in a shop and much less in a garage sale. Tip: A drawer that is stuck can be helped by heat. Remove any nearby drawers, then aim a blow dryer set on medium at the wood. Once the drawer is opened, rub the runners with paraffin or a candle. Terry Kovel and Kim Kovel answer questions sent to the column. By sending a letter with a question, you give full permission for use in the column or any other Kovel forum. Names, addresses or email addresses will not be published. We cannot guarantee the return of photographs, but if a stamped envelope is included, we will try. The amount of mail makes personal answers or appraisals impossible. Write to Kovels, (Florida Weekly), King Features Syndicate, 300 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019.This cast iron figure of a woman is marked Wurfflein/Philad./Patent. She is a rare, life-size shooting gallery target that is more than 100 years old. Skinner Auctions sold her in March 2015 in Boston for $43,050, eight times the high estimated price.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C17 ROYAL PALM ACADEMYExcellent Catholic Education for Grades PK rough 8 Please Join Us!ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSEWednesday, January 20, 2016 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 16100 Livingston Road, Naples, FL 34110Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to learn about our programs and future plans, the exciting happenings at our school, and hear testimonials from current parents. Prospective families will tour the Royal Palm Academy campus and visit classrooms. The Open House begins at 9:00 a.m. following with light refreshments in the Administrative Conference Room.The mission of Royal Palm Academy is to provide an education of rich academics with Catholic content while teaching the mind, educating the heart, and forming the character of tomorrows leaders. Call Susan OMalley at 239-594-9888 (ext. 241) to register. royalpalmacademy.com Sunday, January 17th PetFest: 10am to 2pm Pet Parade at NoonShop for Pet Specialty Items, Chat with Veterinarians, Commission a Pet Portrait, Watch the Parade & Awards Ceremony!Gather your Best Friends and Come to the 7TH Annual Pets on Third Parade Registration & Details at: thirdstreetsouth.com 239.649.6707 (239) 261-1177 (800) 523-3716www.preferrednaples.comSunTrust Building at Pelican Bay 801 Laurel Oak Drive Suite 300 Wilma Boyd CEO*Fares are cruise only, per person based on double occupancy. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional. Applies to 1st and 2nd guests in a stateroom. Promotions apply to select 2016 and 2017, new bookings only. Subject to change and availability. Offer ends 2/2 9/16 and is capacity controlled. Restrictions apply. Please contact us for complete details. Ships Registry: Netherlands. Book today for best selection and to take advantage of these extraordinary values. Book select 2016-2017 cruises and receive these exceptional offers: Stateroom Upgrades* Up to 10% off select shore excursions when booked before March 15, 2016* PLUS save up to 25% on select Collectors Voyages* ALASKA CRUISESfares from $699*NORTHERN EUROPEfares from $899*CANADA & NEW ENGLANDfares from $899*ALASKA LAND + SEA JOURNEYSfares from $999*MEDITERRANEANfares from $599*CARIBBEANfares from $699* Im always amazed at the memories toys conjure up for so many people. Remember A Christmas Story? All Ralphie wanted was a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time essentially a sundial. For me, Christmas 1972 was a magic year in which I received a Lionel O-gauge locomotive. The joke was that my Grandpa Simmons eyes were bigger than his belly because he had it mounted on a 4-by-8 plywood base that took up the bulk of virtually any room in which it was installed. My parents followed it up the next year with an HO-gauge steam engine that my dad proceeded to mount on an equally large board so much for downsizing! I still have both trains, and the Lionel occasionally chugs its way around the Christmas tree. My mom still has the Madame Alexander bride doll she received for Christmas in 1948. That doll, along with the Nancy Ann Storybook dolls she collected as a child, form the basis of a collection that stands among the finest. She and her pals from the Naples Doll Club gather Jan. 15-16 for their annual doll show, which brings together some of the nations top dealers, and Feb. 13 for the Magic of Dolls show and sale in Fort Myers. Who knows? Maybe you can conjure a little of the magic of your childhood. Heres the skinny: Naples Doll Show noon-5 p.m. Jan. 15 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 16, New Hope Event Center, 7675 Davis Blvd., Naples. Tickets: Friday, $8 adults, $3 children under 12; Saturday, $5 adults, $3 children under 12. Info: 530-0010. Magic of Dolls Show and sale, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 13, Araba Temple, 2010 Hanson St., Fort Myers. Tickets: $4 adults, free for children under 12; 5408628. scott SIMMONS ssimmons@floridaweekly.com COLLECTO R S CO R NER Doll shows conjure the magic of childhood FILE PHOTOMartha Simmons with her Madame Alexander bride doll.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC18 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Art Fest Naples will benefit Special Needs Childrens Fund SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLYArt Fest Naples 2016, a benefit for the Special Needs Childrens Fund, brings 140 fine artists and craftsmen to Fleischmann Park on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 23-24. The juried show features works in all mediums, from paintings and drawings to photography, blown glass, turned wood pieces, sculptures, metal works, ceramics and pottery, fiber art, jewelry and a variety of 2D and 3D mixed media pieces. Admission to the show is free, although donations for the Special Needs Childrens Fund will be welcome at the gate. This years Art Fest Naples sponsors include Arthrex, Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Carter Outdoor, The Naples Daily News, John R. Wood Realtors and Driftwood Garden Center. The Special Needs Childrens Fund improves the lives of children and young adults with physical and developmental disabilities, including autism, in Collier County. In 2015 the fund granted more than $50,000 to individuals, families and charities to help pay for summer camps for children with visual impairment and varying developmental delays and learning challenges. Among other recipients an organization called Kneads, which provides vocational programs to assist individuals with autism in establishing careers as well as activities where they can socialize and develop their interests and hobbies. The fund also supports The Connection Coalition of Southwest Florida, which provide easy access to a continuum of services including education, health services, housing and lifespan options for people with developmental disabilities. For more information, visit artfestnaples.com. Glasswork by Mayauel Ward of Manhattan Beach, Calif. A landscape done in acrylic by Elaine Lanoue of Dallas, Texas, one of the Art Fest Naples artists for 2016.

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Jan 19 Symphonic Folklore from 10am to 11:30am. Before the dawn of written language, history and literature were passed from person to person and generation to generation through music, as well as the spoken word. The Southwest Florida Symphonys Symphonic Folklore concert at Shell Point on February 4 ($25) will present folkinuenced works by Mendelssohn, Copland, and de Falla, which will typify this passing of history and literature. In preparation for this upcoming concert, please join Conductor Nir Kabaretti as he explores the historical context of the pieces: how they were composed, and how they t into the compositional life of the composers. Admission is $10.* Call (239) 489-8472 to reserve your place. Jan 20 & 21 Shell Point Library Book & Media Salefrom 9am to 3pm. The public is invited to Shell Point Librarys most spectacular book sale to date! Purchase gently used books, new releases, coffee table books, and classics as well as DVDs, audio books and CDs, most only $1. Located in the Resident Activity Center on the Island at Shell Point. Cash or check only. Call (239) 454-2290 for more information.Jan 20 & 26 & Feb 2 & 3Learn More About Shell Point Visit Shell Point Retirement Community for a free presentation about our signature Lifestyle with Lifecare, followed by a narrated bus tour that will showcase the communitys resort-style retirement options and amenities. Admission is free. Call (239) 228-4077 or 1-800-780-1131 to reserve your place.Jan 21 The Viking Age and Its Impact on Today from 4:30 to 6pm. The Vikings have received a lot of bad press; our image of them is through the records of coastal villagers and monks who watched in horror as the Viking long ships emerged from the mists of the sea, as warriors rowed toward them with murder and plunder in their eyes. Presented by Professor Adrian Kerr, this program will investigate what made the Vikings leave their homeland and set off on their many dangerous expeditions into the unknown for more than 200 years, and examine the rich inuence these Norseman made on our life today. Admission is $10.* Call (239) 489-8472 to reserve your place.Jan 28 The Lost World of Atlantis Did It Exist? from 4:30 to 6pm. The legend of Atlantis has captured our imagination. If Atlantis did exist, where was it and how was it destroyed? History links the destruction of Atlantis with a likely catastrophic event, circa 1500 BC, one of the earths greatest volcanic eruptions. Professor Adrian Kerr will investigate the recent archaeological discoveries that shed fascinating light on the destruction of Atlantis and other related historical events, including links with Mycenae and the siege of Troy. Admission is $10.* Call (239) 489-8472 to reserve your place. *If you are unable to attend a class that includes a fee, kindly give 24 hours notice to receive a refund. SeriesNew Opportunities at Shell PointThe public is invited and many of these events are Shell Points Life Enrichment Series offers the opportunity to discover new things about yourself and the world you live in. Concerts, presentations, lectures, shows, special events, and more! FREE Jan2016 (239) 228-4077 www.shellpoint.org/events Visit www.shellpoint.org/LES for full listings of this months events! Shell Point is a non-prot ministry of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Foundation Shell Point is located in Fort Myers, 2 miles before the Sanibel Causeway. 2016 Shell Point. All rights reserved. SLS-3061-16 FREE S S o FREE YOU ARE INVITED TOMICHAEL MONROE ETHRIDGES Art Gallery Grand OpeningFriday, January 15, 2016 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. 5405 Taylor Road, Suite 20, Naples, FL 34109(One block off Pine Ridge in the Naples Art & Design District)NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C19 New monologues will open evening of fundraising for Project HELPTickets are on sale now for The Vagina Monologues, the fifth annual fundraiser benefiting Project HELP, the rape and crisis center of Collier County. With a new combination of monologues from the play by Eve Ensler, the evening takes place from 6-8:30 p.m. Sunday, March 6, at the Sugden Community Theatre. It starts with a cocktail reception featuring wine and light hors doeuvres, silent auction, Fund-a-Need opportunities and bucket raffles. Then there will be a pre-show premiere of two monologues written and staged especially for Project HELP: John and Mary Anne McKerrow of Shakespeare in Paradise will present Much Ado about Country Matters, a combination of vagina references from Much Ado about Nothing and Hamlet, while actor and writer Randall Kenneth Jones will perform his original The Vagina MANologue. Also new this year, Project HELP has added a patron party during the cocktail hour that will showcase hors doeuvres donated by Trulucks, a signature drink, interaction with actors and a few surprises. Sponsors include First Florida Integrity Bank and eBella Magazine. General admission tickets for $50 are available by calling the Sugden Community Theatre box office at 263-7990. Patron tickets for $125, which include VIP seating for the performance, are available by calling Project HELP at 649-1404.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC20 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 GIFTS, JEWELRY, CLOTHING & TREATS Est. 2001239-260-1667 ImagineGiftStores.com12022 TAMIAMI TRAIL N., NAPLES, FL SPECIAL PROMOTIONS! Buy one jewelry item and receive 50% OFF the 2nd of equal or lesser value. OPENING GrandPlease join us at ourCelebration January 16-23 Monday-Saturday 10:00am-5:30pm Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm Drawing for hundreds of prizes, wine tasting, treats and moreVoted One of the Best Gi Stores in the U.S. & L VEIS IN THE AIR 475 SEAGATE DRIVE NAPLES, FL 34103 (866) 991-7784 & Impress your valentine with an exclusive 5 course candlelit dinner in the privacy of your own poolside cabana from $1,000++ for two Top it all off with a valentines special from the spaPLEASE VISIT NAPLESGRANDE.COM/VALENTINE FOR MORE INFORMATION. THIS WEEK ON WGCUTVTHURSDAY, JAN. 14, 9 P.M. Doc Martin: Seven Grumpy Seasons Shot on location in the picturesque seaside village of Port Isaac during the filming of Doc Martins highly anticipated seventh season, this is public televisions third behind-the-scenes look at the international hit series. FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 9 P.M. Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song Enjoy an all-star tribute to singer and songwriter Willie Nelson, the 2015 recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Nelsons lyrics give voice to Americas heartland and his music pushes genre boundaries. SATURDAY, JAN. 16, 8 P.M. The Best of WGCU Tune in for your favorites. SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 9 P.M. Masterpiece Downton Abbey, Season 6, Episode 3 A wedding dress drama takes a disastrous turn. The breakfast battle is settled. A handsome volunteer helps Edith meet a deadline. The hospital debate gets nasty. 10 P.M. Mercy Street, Part 1: The New Nurse New England nurse Mary Phinney begins her duties in Mansion House, a hotel turned Union hospital in an occupied Southern town. Mansion House owner James Sr. struggles to preserve the family fortune as daughter Emma secretly searches for her beau. MONDAY, JAN. 18, 9 P.M. Antiques Roadshow, El Paso 1 Highlights include a 19th-century Fiji split whales tooth necklace, Andy Warhols 1966 artists proof of a print of Jacqueline Kennedy and a 1937 first edition copy of The Hobbit with original dust jacket and author J.R.R. Tolkiens signature. TUESDAY, JAN. 19, 9 P.M. American Experience: Bonnie & Clyde Discover the true story of the most famous outlaw couple in U.S. history. Though their exploits were romanticized, the Barrow gang was believed responsible for at least 13 murders, including two policemen, as well as robberies and kidnappings. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 9 P.M. HD Nova: Mystery Beneath the Ice Explore Antarcticas under-ice landscape with a team of scientists as they search for the mystery killer thats decimating the population of delicate shrimplike creatures at the foundation of the Antarctic food chain. The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song: Willie Nelson, Jan. 15

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C21 THE NAPLES PLAYERS AUDITIONS More information under Get Involved at www.naplesplayers.org Auditions held at the Sugden Community Theatre, 701 5th Ave. S., Naples, FL Be a part of the show! January 16 at 2:00 p.m. No appointment necessary. Rehearsals begin February 8 Performances March 23 April 16BY MELANIE MARNICHNEEDED: : 3 Women: (2) ages 25-35 (one actress plays multiple characters), (1) age 50+ 1 Man: age 25-40 (plays multiple characters) Whether you need a car, truck or van, Enterprise is the perfect choice. 1 800 rent-a-car enterprise.com W h Pick-up subject to geographic and other restrictions. 2015 Enterprise Rent-A-Car G00131 8/15 facebook.com/ KeyWestExpress twitter.com/ KeyWestExpress youtube.com/ TheKeyWestExpress 1-800-593-7259 www.keywestexpress.us ROUND TRIP!* R O U N D T R $ 124 R I P R I P P ! P ! ! * * * ! ! P P ! GET AWAY FOR ONLY... *MINIMUM 8 DAY ADVANCE PURCHASE, NON-REFUNDABLE FARE. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER OFFERS. WEEKEND FEE APPLIES TO ANY TRAVEL FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY. EXPIRES JANUARY 31, 2016. ONLINE PURCHASES. 1 8 8 0 1 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 0 twitter fa fa ce ce bo bo ok ok c .c om om / / yo yo ut ut ub ub e START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! GETTING THERE IS HALF THE FUN! WELCOME ABOARD! CELEBRITY EXTRAJoan Allen plays matriarch with star-studded cast BY CINDY ELAVSKYQ: Can you tell me what Joan Allen has been up to lately? She is a great actress and one classy lady. Paul T., via emailA: The wonderful and talented Ms. Allen can next be seen in the new ABC series The Family. It is a dramatic political thriller that centers on a family (headed by matriarch Claire Warren, played by Joan) that is shaken to the core when the presumed dead son, Adam, suddenly returns. After disappearing a decade earlier, Adams homecoming to Red Pines, Maine, is initially met with astonishment and joy, but suspicions soon begin to emerge. Is he really who he says he is? The boys shocking reappearance forces the entire family to reexamine who they are, unearthing longburied secrets, betrayals and heartache. Leading a stellar ensemble cast Rupert Graves, Andrew McCarthy, Zach Gilford, Madeleine Arthur, Margot Bingham, Alison Pill, Rarmian Newton and Liam James Oscar-nominee Joan Allen brings to life Claire Warren, who not only has survived the heartbreaking loss of her son, but has used her resiliency and surrounding adversity in the aftermath of this tragedy to fuel her own political aspirations and rise to power. The Family debuts with a special premiere at 9 p.m. Thursday, March 3, with a second, all-new episode 9 p.m. Sunday, March 6, where it will take over its regular day and time slot. Q: I was so happy to read in your column that Longmire had a fourth season on Netflix and has been renewed for a fifth. However, I dont have a computer and have no way to watch new episodes. Will they be out on DVD anytime soon? Vickie H., Danville, VirginiaA: While Netflix has not announced a release date for season four of the cult-hit Western, I would hope that it eventually will be released on DVD. Netflix original series like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black found their way to DVD, so I am thinking that Longmire will too, especially when you consider what a following it has. As soon as I hear something, Ill let everyone know. Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803; or email her at letters@cindyelavsky.com.ABC/BOB DAMICO Joan Allen

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www.FloridaWeekly.com NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC22 A&E WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 For more information, please contact:Jennifer P. May, Membership Director 239-254-7418 jmay@quailcreekcc.com www.quailcreekcc.com Join today Initiation Fees increase on March 31, 2016Golf Membership to $45,000 Associate Golf to $5,000 36 holes of renovated, championship golf Stunning new indoor & open-air casual dining venue Naples premier tennis program Fully-equipped tness & spa center Preview Golf Memberships available for limited time A DAY ON THE WATER BEGINS AND ENDS Per f ect AT HAMILTON HARBOR YACHT CLUB Exceptional Wateront Dining One-of-a-Kind Concrete Boathouse Relaxed Attire Nautical and Social Events On-Board Catering Customized Boating Services Less than 10 Minutes om Gordon Pass Discounted Fuel On-Site Unlimited In/Out Services 7065 Hamilton Ave. | Naples, FL 34112 Visit HamiltonHarborYachtClub.com239-775-0506 SOCIAL AND SLIP MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE HAPPY HOUR11 A.M. TO 9:30 P.M. DAILYCheck Out Our Happy Hour Menu! LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 7 NIGHTS A WEEK 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M.1/14: Hot Damn 1/15: The Consecutones 1/16: Marco Kiescher 1/17: Manhattan Connection 1/18: Johnny T. 1/19: Nevada Smith 1/20: Steve Fenttiman 4221 East Tamiami Trail, Naples 239.455.5111billssteakandseafood.com Not responsible for typographical errors or changes in entertainment schedule. The Only Naples Restaurant Where Fresh Seafood is Flown in Daily From New England! Northwestern University alumni and friends are invited to lunch and a conversation with Brian Hanson, director of programs, research and strategic planning for the Roberta Buffett Institute for Global Studies, starting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Bonita Bay Club. The institute was created from the $100 million gift from alumna Roberta Buffett Elliott (class of 1954, sister of businessman Warren). Mr. Hansons work focuses on creating a cross-disciplined approach to understanding and teaching global issues, and creating impact around the world. Cost is $40 for Northwestern University Alumni Association of Naples members, $45 for others. For reservations or more information, email nunaples@ hotmail.com. The Friends of St. Patrick, an IrishAmerican social organization formed under the auspices of Naples St. Patrick Foundation, holds its first meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26, at VFW Post 7721, 800 Neffs Way in Naples. After a brief business meeting, attendees will enjoy an old fashioned sing-along and dancing by local Irish musicians. Club spokesman Jimmy McEvoy, a member of the traditional Irish band Wolfhound, says all are welcome. For more information, email naplesirish@ gmail.com or visit naplesparade.com and click on Friends of St. Patrick. Area alumni of Nichols College are invited to celebrate Nichols in Naples starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9, at Grey Oaks Country Club. Reservations are required by Jan. 22 for the evening that will include beer, wine and heavy hors doeuvres. RSVP to the schools office of alumni relations by calling (866) 622-4766 or emailing alumnioffice@nichols.edu. The Yiddish Club of Naples meets at 10 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at Tample Shalom, 4630 Pine Ridge Road, and welcomes anyone who enjoys hearing Yiddish spoken, read or sung. The next meetings are Jan. 19 and Feb. 2. Come schmooze! For more information, email Zane Garfein at zgarfein@ gmail.com. The Naples Alumni Association of Sigma Alpha Epsilon invites all members and SAE brothers to dinner at Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club on Thursday, Jan. 14. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and dinner is at 6:30 p.m. A guest speaker from PAWS Assistance Dogs will discuss the organizations work. Spouses/guests are welcome. For reservations or more information, call Joe Calzone at 248-2205 or email jcalzone@gisco.net. Pilot Club of Naples/Naples Pilot Foundation meets at 6 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month at Perkins on Pine Ridge Road.. The next meeting is Jan. 14. Guests and new members are always welcome. Reservations are not required. Attendees order from the menu and pay for their meals. Pilot International focuses its charitable and educational efforts on brain-related disorders and disabilities, including traumatic brain injuries, dementia and autism. For more information, call Sue Lester 289-8268. The Gulf Coast Orchid Alliance meets Thursday evening, Jan. 14, at Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church. Members are invited to bring orchids from their collections for judging, and an orchid raffle is held. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free, and all are welcome. The alliance welcomes donations of out-of-bloom or unwanted orchids, which members use for educational purposes. Free pick up is available and can be arranged by calling 498-9741. For more information, visit gulfcoastorchidalliance.com. The Naples chapter of PFLAG, Parents Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, a support, education and advocacy group for families with gay or transgender members, meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, at Naples United Church of Christ, 5200 Crayton Road. For more information, call 963-4670 or visit pflagnaples.org. The Naples Digital Photo Clubs series of lectures/workshops continues from 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Jan. 16 and March 19, with programs at Florida SouthWestern State College-Collier. Attendance is free for club members and $30 for others (which includes membership and free admission to future workshops). For more information, call Sonny Saunders at 7770053 or visit dpi-sig.org. Naples Ship Modelers is an informal group dedicated to the hobby of building wooden ship models. Members meet at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Saturdays of every month at the Landmark Naples community in North Naples. The next meetings are Jan. 16 and Feb. 6. For more information, call Dick Ritchie at 594-0868 CLUB NOTES

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C23 Country Party. Rock Show. Floridas Rising Country Superstar Saturday, January 30 2pm 7pm Sunshine State Steak 6th Annual Dinner includes a 16 oz Boneless Ribeye, Salad, Roll, Potato & Drink Live Music by Ben Allen Band, Kids Fun Zone & Silent AuctionTake I-75 to Exit 111, follow signs to Ave Maria T own CenterAveMaria.com Sponsored by Ave Maria Development, Ave Maria Mutual Funds, Lipman Produce, ITEC and the Seminole Immokalee Casino Benefitting Donahue Academy Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at event. For tickets & info call 239-352-3903 or visit www.sssscookoff.com *No purchase necessary. Offer valid for rst-time guests only. Guest must be a Florida resident with a valid ID. Gratuity not included. Prices and programs are subject to change at any time without notice. Bikini services not available for men.DISCOVER FREEDOM! + Stripless Waxing + Berodin Blue Wax + Best in the business! + Wax Packages Available + Luxury Full Body Waxing Facility NOW OPEN! FIRST WAX FREE* FOR THE LADIES *Eyebrow, Underarm, Bikini Line* FOR THE MEN *Ear, Nose, Eyebrow BE OUR GUEST (In the Goodlette Corners Plaza on the corner of Pine Ridge & Goodlette Frank) A NEW LINE OF CAKESBY IN STORE & ONLINEAVAILABLE NOWBy undressing the traditional layer cake, we have exposed its natural beauty and layers of delicious llings!TRY ALL SEVEN AMAZING FLAVORS Chocolate Peanut Butter Coconut Lemon Raspberry Carrot Cake Ultimate Chocolate Banana Vanilla Confetti FORT MYERS 11380 LINDBERGH BLVD 239.561.7215 MIROMAR OUTLETS 10801 CORKSCREW RD STE 516 239.672.8787 NAPLES 3747 TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH 239.687.7215 ARTISAN GELATO 11300 LINDBERGH BLVD 239.288.4333www.NormanLoveConfections.com FAST SHIPPING ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. CLUB NOTESor email dcritchie@comcast.net. The Democratic Womens Club of Collier County welcomes members and guests to its meetings from 10 a.m. to noon on the third Saturday of the month in the Walden Oaks Professional Center, 6710 Lone Oak Blvd. The next meeting is Jan. 16. For more information, email dwcpresident@gmail.com. The Solo Women Travel Group meets at 2 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month at St. John the Evangelist Church in North Naples. All are welcome to share their travel experiences and travel wish list. The next meeting is Jan. 16. For more information, call Barb Garrett at (305) 664-9202. The Naples Press Club holds its first luncheon of the new year from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, at the Hilton Naples. A panel discussion will showcase local opportunities for freelance writing and publishing. Cost is $30 for members, $40 for others. Reservations and menu choices are required and can be made by emailing RSVP@naplespressclub.org. The Naples base of the U.S. Submarine Veterans (USSVI) meets at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of every month at the VFW Post 7721, 800 Neffs Way in Naples. The next meeting is Jan. 18. Membership is open to active duty and retired submariners who have earned the Qualified in Submarines designation. The local USSVI base commander is Jack Hogan of Naples. For more information, visit ussvi.org/base/ naples.asp. The Naples Doll Club meets at 11:30 a.m. on the first and third Wednesday of the month at Mayflower Congregational Church, 2900 County Barn Road in Naples. The next meetings are Jan. 20 and Feb. 3. Meetings and workshops are open to all who love and enjoy the beauty of dolls from antique to contemporary. For more information, call 530-0010 or email wlm34112@gmail.com. The Naples Chapter of the Americans United for Church and State and the ACLU of Florida-Collier Chapter host a presentation by editor and author Rob Boston, director of communications for the national AUCS organization, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples, 6340 Napa Woods Way. All are welcome. Mr. Boston is a nationally recognized authority on issues regarding the intrusions by church and state into individual liberties and institutions. His Naples presentation is titled Are We a Christian Nation? A reception begins at 6:30 p.m., and the program will be followed by a question-and-answer period. $10 donation recommended but not required. Members of the Naples Buckeye s, friends and fans of Ohio State University, can take advantage of early registration for the clubs Signature Event gala set for Saturday, March 19, at Quail West Country Club. Through Jan. 20, dues-paying members pay $175 per person for the evening that includes cocktails, dinner, live and silent auctions and guest speaker OSU President Dr. Michael Drake. After Jan. 20 the price is $200. For reservations or more information, visit naplesbuckeyes.com.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC24 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 Saturday & Sunday JANUARY&AbMbtnPbMbDAILYJuried Fine Art Show to Benet the Special Needs Childrens Fund140 National & Local Artists FLEISCHMANNBLVDbJust South of Coastland Center Mall at Goodlee-Frank RoadFor more information, visit www.artfestnaples.com or call (239) 634-2337 Ezon, Inc. Bring Your Highest Expectations ARTFEST NAPLESat Fleischmann Park In Top 100 Art Shows in the country for 18 years! The only one who wont be at our Open House this season. Come see it all Sunday 1-4pm January 17 Eagle CreekVillas, Condos & Estate Homeswww.JoinEagleCreek.com239.417.6111Golf & Country Club CLUB NOTES Coastal Chess clubs in Naples and Marco Island welcome players of all levels for casual games and occasional tournaments. Marco meetings are from 9 a.m. to noon every Monday at the Lutheran Church, 525 N. Collier. Naples meetings are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday in the clubhouse at Moorings Park, off Goodlette-Frank Road just south of Pine Ridge Road. For more information, call Wade Keller at 3892525, email wk@kellerpublishing.com or visit chess7.net. The Bridge Club of Naples has its home at St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church at the northeast corner of Airport-Pulling and Orange Blossom Roads. Duplicate games begin at 1 p.m. Monday-Thursday throughout the year; novice games are played weekly through April. All games are ACBL sanctioned. For more information, call head teacher and club director Guy Germer at 9104205 or email g uygermer@gmail.com. The Naples Model Yacht Club welcomes all who love to race radiocontrolled model sailboats following the Racing Rules of Sailing that are used by full-scale boats. Membership in the American Model Yacht Association is required. Many club members are former owners of sailboats who still love to race, but dont want the hassle of maintaining a full-sized boat. Club headquarters are at North Collier Regional Park, at the pond just south of Sun n Fun Water Park. The club races five classes, each on its own day of the week. Monthly membership meetings also take place at the pond. For more information, visit naplesmyc.org. Toastmasters International teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of meeting locations. Guests are always welcome. Local Toastmasters chapters, meeting times and locations include: Bonita Toastmasters: 7 p.m. every second and fourth Wednesday at the Bonita Springs Fire Station, 27701 Bonita Grande Drive. For more information, call Laura Arbree at 272-7587. Naples Sunrise Bay Toastmasters: 7:30 a.m. on the first and third Tuesday in Moss Hall at Moorings Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive. Call Barbara Miller at 594-7018 or email barw@msn. com. Naples Toastmasters: 7 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday at Naples General Aviation Center, 200 Aviation Drive N. Call Dorian Ray at 260-4709 or email dorianray11@gmail.com. Toast of the Coast Toastmasters: Noon on the second and fourth Friday at the American Cancer Society, 5020 Tamiami Trail N. Call Marianne Oehser at 434-9900. Naples Advanced Toastmasters: 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday at the Moorings Professional Building, 2335 Tamiami Trail N. Email Christine Cargnoni at ccc@financeinlife.com. This club has prerequisites for membership. Email club news to Cindy Pierce at cpierce@floridaweekly.com.

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His Recovery is Our Concern. CROSSROADS at David Lawrence Center offers a full continuum of co-occurring capable substance abuse services for adults. These services leverage the Southwest Florida-based not-for-prot leading provider of behavioral health services 45-year history of inspiring life-changing wellness. Crossroads is located on the Centers private, tranquil eight-acre campus and includes refreshing gardens, a tness court and screened pool. Crossroads services include a state-of-the-art, 15-bed inpatient detoxication program; a beautifully appointed 18-bed residential treatment program; a exible, intensive outpatient treatment program; and supportive aftercare services. These services holistically address the wellbeing of the entire individual and feature experiential therapies that focus on the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each participant. Become your own miracle by making a commitment to life-lasting wellness and recovery by calling Crossroads today. I could never have gotten clean without Crossroads. I know it saved my life. CLINT6075 BATHEY LANE, NAPLES, FL 34116239-354-1428DONATE ONLINE: CrossroadsNaples.org SERVING NAPLES SINCE 2000 Located in Riverchase PlazaNortheast corner of Immokalee Road & U.S. 41 next to Starbucks Make Your Reservations on OpenTable 239.597.8867CoteDAzurRestaurant.com 2012-2013 AMERICAS TOP 100 RESTAURANT IN A NATIONWIDE SURVEY BY ZAGAT.NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C25 Board the bus for opera in MiamiNaples Opera Society takes care of all the details for road trips to Miami for Florida Grand Opera in 2016. Opera buffs can hop a luxury coach bus in Naples for round-trip transportation, an early dinner in Coral Gables and a preopera lecture before the main performance at 8 p.m. at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts. The bus departs from Crossroads Shopping Center in Naples at 2 p.m. (boarding begins at 1:30 p.m.), after picking up the first passengers in Cape Coral at 11:45 a.m. and stopping in Fort Myers at 12:30 p.m. Heres the seasons lineup of Saturday road trips: Vincenzo Bellini's Norma, Jan. 30 Mieczysaw Weinbergs The Passenger, April 9 Gaetano Donizettis Don Pasquale, May 14 Season tickets for the rear orchestra are $600; mezzanine seats are $500. Single tickets are $165 and $140, respectively. To save your seat, send a check made out to Naples Opera Society to: Ron Bowman, 2485 Crayton Road, Naples FL 34103. For more information, visit naplesoperasociety.org, call Gene Buffo at 4317509 or email ehandjhb@gmail.com.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC26 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 FEB APRIL 2016 SUNDAYS AT 7:30PMSUGDEN COMMUNITY THEATRE 5TH AVE SPresented byFEBRUARY 28 RAISE THE ROOFThe reconstruction of the elaborate roof and painted ceiling of the Gwozdziec Synagogue, destroyed by Nazis in WWII.MARCH 13 DOUGHWhen a luckless bakery owner reluctantly hires a teen Muslim boy as an assistant, an unlikely friendship is formed.MARCH 20 SABENAA comprehensive look at the 1972 Palestinian hijacking of Sabena Flight 571 to Tel Aviv.APRIL 03 THE LAST MENTSCHAn Auschwitz survivor enlists a young Turkish woman to drive him on his quest for proof of his long-lost Jewish identity. NAPLESJEWISHFILMFESTIVAL.ORG | 239-434-1818Subscriptions are sold out! Call now to be wait listed for single lm tickets! TheHolocaust Museum &EDUCATION CENTER OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Jewish Federation OF COLLIER COUNTY Jewish Federation Sponsored by F o r a F R E E P r o g r a m G u i d e o f o f f e r i n g s c a l l 2 3 9 4 2 5 3 2 7 2 o r B r o w s e & R e g i s t e r P r o g r a m s O n l i n e a t R e g i s t e r R A f g c u e d u L e a r n i n g f o r t h e J o y o f L e a r n i n g B e a c t i v e i n f o r m e d a n d e n g a g e d L e c t u r e s S h o r t C o u r s e s D a y T r i p s & S p e c i a l E v e n t s f o r A d u l t s S e n i o r s a n d R e t i r e e s 9 0 0 + O f f e r i n g s N e w P r o g r a m s s t a r t e a c h w e e k T y p i c a l l y $ 2 5 o r l e s s Fresh Produce Local Seafood Specialty Items Local Cuisine Local Arts & Crafts Open to the Public OPEN FRIDAYS Every Friday (Excluding Holidays) 8am-1pm For more information contact Linda at 239-289-3786. From US 41, Go West on Immokalee Road toSaint John the Evangelist Church, 625 111th Avenue North, Naples, FL 34108 NOW OPEN SAVE THE DATE Mary and Carol Higgins Clark, New York Times best-selling authors and mother-daughter duo, have joined the line-up for the 16th annual Florida Celebration of Reading hosted by the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy on Friday, Feb. 5, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs. Mary Higgins Clark is the author of 35 novels and the co-author, with her daughter, of three suspense novels; Carol is the author of the best-selling Regan Reilly mysteries. Additional guest authors are: Drew Daywalt, author of the New York Times best-selling childrens book, The Day the Crayons Quit; and Dana Perino, former White House press secretary for President George W. Bush, a co-host of The Five on Fox News Channel and the author of the New York Times best-seller And the Good News Is ... Since 2001, the Florida Celebration of Reading has raised more than $25 million for programs that help children and their parents improve their literacy skills. Tickets for $250 include the reading program and dinner and are available at barbarbush.org/events. Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida welcomes funny and frank sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, Ph.D., as guest speaker at the 12th annual Choice Affair gala Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. Event chair is Joyce Gerber; honorary co-chairs are Shelby and Iqbal Mamdani, Kathy Ripin and Dr. Leonard Sayles and Bonnie and Fred Yarrington. Dr. Ruth says her experience years ago as a Planned Parenthood employee prompted her to continue her education in human sexuality. In 2013, after decades of giving advice and information to radio, TV and print audiences in the United States and several foreign countries, she received Planned Parenthood Federations Margaret Sanger Award in recognition of her contributions to the reproductive health and rights movement. She was born in Germany in 1928 and has taught at numerous universities and currently teaches at New York University. She is a fellow of several colleges, maintains a private practice and serves as honorary president of the Council on Sexuality and Aging at the National Sexuality Resource Center. Tickets to the Choice Affair evening start at $350 and include cocktails, a silent auction and dinner. For more information, call (941) 365-3913, ext. 1167, or email events@myplannedparenthood. org. The 11th annual YMCA Sneaker Ball takes place Saturday, Feb. 6, in the gymnasium at the Greater Naples YMCA. Co-chairs Patrick Dearborn and Nannette Staropoli have set a sock-hop theme for the evening of chef tasting stations, live entertainment and live and silent auctions. Tickets are $150, $200 or $500 (two Friends of YMCA tickets). All proceeds will benefit the Ys Gaynor Early Leaning Center. For reservations or more information, call 250-1030 or visit greaternaplesymca.org. Friends of Foster Children Forever hosts the inaugural Fostering Change luncheon Monday, Feb. 8, at Kensington Country Club. The event starts at 11 a.m.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC28 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 CHINA BISTRO CHEF OWNED WITH 38 YEARS EXPERIENCE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK MondaySaturday 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.omeinaples.comWE MAKE THE BEST PEKING DUCK! OUR FOOD IS MADE WITH THE FRESHEST INGREDIENTS. FULL BAR & PATIO SEATING. NAPLES CENTRE VILLAGES 6434 Naples Boulevard, Unit 406 Naples, Florida 34109239.631.5633 TO OUR VALUED GUESTS: We have moved. Naples Boulevard is our sole location. We thank you for your loyalty. Please join us at this location. Mark & Mary Cheng PELICAN LAKE Motor Coach Resort RV Show & Open HouseNew Coach Houses January 22, 23 & 24 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.RESORT OPEN HOUSEOutdoor Living at its Finest Discover 19th AnnualRV SHOW Literacy Volunteers of Collier County hosts Between the Covers with Elaine Newton: How to be Your Own Book Critic, a luncheon and program Thursday, Jan. 28, at Stonebridge Country Club. Tickets are $75. For more information, call 262-4448, ext. 301. The United Arts Council of Collier County hosts the 10th annual Stars in the Arts luncheon and awards presentation Wednesday, Feb. 17, at The RitzCarlton Beach Resort. Mally Khorasantchi and Jane Borders are co-chairs. For more information, call 254-8242 or visit collierarts.com. Collier Child Care Resources and Keating Associates host a Red Hot Night prelude to Valentines Day from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Feb. 13, at Naples Luxury Imports, 900 Tamiami Trail N. Tickets for $60 include one cocktail, dessert and dancing to music by Travis Mac. Red, white or black cocktail attire is encouraged. Proceeds will benefit the Naples Children & Education Foundation Early Childhood Development Center, home of CCCRs early childhood education program. CCCR also operates A Step Up child development centers for children of teen parents at Golden Gate and Immokalee high schools. For tickets to Red Hot Night or more information, visit collierchildcare.org. To sign up to help as an event volunteer, call CCCR at 643-3908. The Avow Butterfly Ball takes flight Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. The event is organized by members of the Avow Founding Womens Board. Tickets are $300, with all proceeds benefitting the hospice, palliative care and grief support programs offered by Avow. Sponsorship, underwriting and in-kind donation opportunities are available. For more information call 261-4404. Fun Time Early Childhood Academy holds Fun Time Super Kids: Surfs Up! from 6-9:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. Shirley Hulse is honorary chair; platinum sponsors are Arthrex and Val Trotman. Cocktail hour and a silent auction will be followed by dinner and the grand prize drawing for a piece of David Yurman jewelry donated by Bigham Jewelers. The live auction includes a week aboard the World Residences at Sea cruise ship, a South Pacific cruise for two and a golf package for two with four nights at the Fairmont Scottsdale, Ariz. Tickets are $300 ($500 for patrons, $2,500 for a table for 10). Tickets for the jewelry drawing are $25 (five for $100). For tickets or more information, call 2618284 or visit funtimeacademy.org. The eighth annual Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest takes place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27, 2016, in private homes from Naples to Captiva Island and at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Pitbladdo Holdings LLC is the title sponsor for the festival that benefits Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida as well as the pediatric nursing program at Florida SouthWestern State College and the music therapy program at Florida Gulf Coast University. The 2015 event raised more than SAVE THE DATE

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C29 Try a NEW chocolate Dipped FruitTM box, or add Caramelized Hazelnut bananas or apples to any arrangement. Please call our stores for our exclusive offers! Indulge In a Sweet Treat! Like us facebook, www.facebook.com/EdibleSWFL Say hello (and yum) toCARAMELIZED HAZELNUT! Fort Myers (239)437-8480 North Fort Myers (239)997-3784 Bonita Springs (239)676-9911 Naples (239)643-7070 Restrictions may apply. See store for details. Edible Arrangements, the Fruit Basket Logo, and other marks mentioned herein are registered trademarks of Edible Arrangements, LLC. Edible Arrangements, LLC. All rights reserved. LET US DO THE COOKING!FRESHLY PREPARED COMPLETE DINNERS & CARRYOUT GOURMET CATERING Authentic Italian Specialities To Go239-592-5557 9331 Tamiami Trail North Naples, FL 34108 SauceLady.com STORE HOURS Open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Closed Sunday Dont Miss Our Mile High Lasagna!Gourmet Sauces, Delicious Soups, Meatballs, Gourmet Entrees, Pasta, Fabulous Desserts & More! Cooking Classes Every Saturday Afternoon The Only Naples Restaurant Where Fresh Seafood is Flown in Daily From New England! 4221 East Tamiami Trail, Naples 239.455.5111billssteakandseafood.com Not responsible for typographical errors. Specials good January 10 through January 16. CHEF BILLS SPECIALS SERVED ALL DAY!32 oz. bone-in Tomahawk steak and two 1 lb. Maine lobsters served with chowder, salad, baked potato and veggies.Two 1 lb. Maine lobsters served with chowder, corn on the cob and drawn butter.Two 2 LB Maine lobsters served with chowder, salad, corn on the cob and baked potatoes. CHEF BILLS DINNER SPECIALS Served All Day! Chef Bills FavoritePork Osso Buco with marinara sauce served over fettuccini pasta $3.3 million. For ticket information, call 513-7990 or visit swflwinefest.org. Radio host and FOX News contributor Laura Ingraham will be the keynote speaker at Community Pregnancy Clinics 2016 Life Saver Event taking place Wednesday, March 2, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa. For ticket information, call 262-6381 or visit cpcilifesaver.com. Magic Under the Mangroves, the signature annual gala to benefit the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, takes place Thursday, March 3, at the Conservancy. Visit conservancy.org/magic for details about tickets and reservations. The 2016 Imagination Ball to benefit the American Cancer Society on Marco Island takes place Saturday, March 5, at the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort. Dick and Debra Shanahan are chairing the gala, themed Wash Away Cancer this year, for the fourth year. BMO Private Bank is the presenting sponsor. The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner, dancing and silent and live auctions in a pavilion on the beach. Bill and Karen Young will be presented with the Grado Award in honor of their many years of leadership and service to ACS. For information about tickets or sponsorships, call Nikkie Sardelli at 6428800, ext. 3894, or email nikkie.sardelli@ cancer.org. The second annual Flip Flop Ball to benefit Susan G. Komen Southwest Florida takes place Saturday, March 5, at The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort. For more information, visit komenswfl.org. The Southwest Florida Heart Ball, a benefit for the American Heart Association serving Lee and Collier counties, takes place Saturday, March 5, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa. For tickets or more information, call Kaleigh Rodden at 495-4912 or email kaleigh.rodden@heart.org. The Naples Buckeyes Signature Event, formerly called Buckeyes in Paradise, is set for Saturday, March 19, at Quail West Country Club. The annual event raises funds for scholarships for local honor students attending Ohio State University. This years guest speaker will be Dr. Michael Drake, M.D., the 15th president of OSU. Dr. Allen Weiss, M.D., president and CEO of the NCH Healthcare System, will also attend. Early bird tickets are $175 for Naples Buckeyes members. For more information or to register, visit naplesbuckeyes. com. Literacy Volunteers of Collier County holds a fashion show featuring the latest fashions from Petunias on Thursday, March 10, at Olde Cypress Country Club. For more information, call 262-4448, ext. 301. The annual Pet Lovers Gala to benefit Humane Society Naples takes place Friday, March 11, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort. For information about tickets and sponsorship opportunities, call 643-1555, ext. 18, or email events@hsnaples.org. SAVE THE DATE

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC32 WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 naplesclubsushi.com239.261.43322555 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, FL 34103Not available with other promotions. Offer expires January 21, 2016. HAPPY HOUR 5-7 DINNER FOR 2 $39.95 ROW By Capt. Brien & Crew2500 Vanderbilt Beach Road | Suite 1100 | Naples, FL 34109 239-389-6901 | www.RowSeafood.com Prime Rib with Baked Potato New England Fish n Chips Grilled Salmon over Rice Mussels Marinara over Linguine Smoked Half Chicken with Mashed Potatoes EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY AT ROW(for a limited time) ROW Seafood will feature 5 Entree specials Every Monday and Tuesday for $15 5FOR$15EACH Assorted Flavors of Skinny Sticks (6oz)2 FOR $6.00Must present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 1/21/16. Assorted Flavors of Dannon Yogurt (6oz)2 FOR $1.00Must present coupon. While supplies last. Good through 1/21/16.Santa Cristina Pinot Grigio 750mlFREE WITH$60 GROCERY ORDER Must present coupon. While supplies last. Not valid with tobacco purchases. Good through 1/21/16. For More Information, Call 239.370.6577 or Email culinarytwisted@gmail.com 1585 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL 34119 Matt and Seth Berman, owners of Noodles Italian Caf & Sushi Bar have consistently provided quality food and service in the local area. The Berman brothers have recently started a new venture called Culinary Twisteda premier customized food delivery service company in Southwest Florida, a very smart way to eat. Culinary Twisted combines over 50 years of nutrition experienced master chefs, dieticians and food delivery service. SPECIAL WEEKLY TRIAL PROGRAMGive us a Try!No Commitment 5 Meals Delivered on Monday or Thursday For $60.00Meal Plan Options Also Available & Jewish Deli Fest promises everything just like Grandma used to make BY LINDSEY NESMITHlnesmith@ oridaweekly.comAh, the smell of hot pastrami in the afternoon! Those who suffer over the dearth of New York-style delis in the area, fret not. The Jewish Congregation of Marco Island is ramping up its third annual Jewish Deli Fest to serve matzo balland rugalachstarved locals the nourishment theyve been lacking from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24. To be quite frank, this is based on people telling us especially those from East coast that they sure miss New York deli food, event chair Estie Karpman said. The inaugural fest three years ago quickly ran out of food, with organizers prepared for only about 500 guests. For this years anticipated crowd of more than 2,000, ordering has been streamlined into separate lines for those who want to grab a to-go box and those who want to eat right there. All of the soups, pastries and other specialties are made onsite and preparation has already commenced, in many cases using recipes that go back to the 19th century. The strudel is a 130-year-old recipe, Ms. Karpman said. (The recipes) have been handed down from generation to generation. It's not like commercial food. It's homemade. It's just like grandma used to make. Among the delicacies on offer are corned beef and pastrami sandwiches (with meat sourced from New York), chicken and matzo ball soup, beef and barley soup, rugalach, strudel, babka, loaf cakes, cookies and cheesecakes. Lunch for $12 includes a sandwich, coleslaw, pickles and chips. Pastries are priced from $1-$30 and are sold in single servings, by the half-dozen, dozen or as a whole. For more information, call JCMI at 6490800 or visit marcojcmi.com. Take note: Luckys Market, a Boulder, Co.-based grocery store focused on organic and locally sourced products, opened its second Florida location this week in East Naples. A tasting fair takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, at the store at 3815 Tamiami Trail E. For more information, visit luckysmarket.com. COURTESY PHOTOEstie Karpman, event chair for Jewish Congregation of Marco Islands third annual Jewish Deli Fest, making strudel for the Jan. 24 event.

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NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 14-20, 2016 C33 A S NAPLES Located at the Hilton Naples 5111 Tamiami Trail Northwww.ShulasNaples.comShulas Naples Legendary FeaturesLunch & Happy Hour 11:30am to 6:00pm The House of Blues BurgerCrumbled blue cheese, baby greens, balsamic vinaigrette & red onion jam served on a brioche bun Long Island Steak SandwichLong Island Strip Steak with red onion jam, garlic & herb mayo served on grilled ciabatta bread Served with a choice of steak fries or sweet potato fries $15 per sandwich plus tax & gratuity Experience the Difference Good Taste Makes.MondayThursday 11:30am9:00pm 1427 Pine Ridge Road, #105, Naples True Neapolitan Pizza and Authentic Italian Food WEEKENDHAPPY HOURSaturday & Sunday :00pmEnjoy Half Price on House Wines, Domestic Beers and Select Appetizers! FISHRESTAURANT At FISH, the quality of our food stands for itself! SEAFOOD. SUSHI. STEAK.More than just FISH LUNCH DINNER BAR MENU SUNTHU LUNCH: :AM-PM DINNER: THE VILLAGE ON VENETIAN BAY Gulf Shore Boulevard North, Naples, Florida THE DISHThe Dish: Palermo Pizza The Price: $12 for a 10-inch pie The Place: The Crust 875 Vanderbilt Beach Road The Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. MondayThursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday The Full Menu: thecrustpizza.net The Details: What better time than a rainy, depressing Saturday to execute some Christmas returns? Once the holiday hullabaloo settled down, our kids became murderously bored before school started up again, so we packed ourselves into the car to exchange a few misguided video games and hopefully keep them amused during the home stretch. Cant start a mall excursion on an empty stomach, however, so we stopped at The Crust for some familyfriendly fare. I ordered the Palermo pie, which featured a crispy thin crust loaded with caramelized onions, fresh garlic, gorgonzola, parmesan, provolone and mozzarella. Im ashamed to say I ate the whole thing. One More Thing: Anybody else on the hunt for Mexican Coke? Pop aficionados keep an eye out for it because it still contains real cane sugar, rather than the high-fructose corn syrup brew sold stateside. The Crust sells it for a very fair $2. Lindsey Nesmith lnesmith@floridaweekly.com

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