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Faces on Faith: Those who made a difference are still there

November 15, 2017 “This feeling of being loved and supported by the universe in general and by certain recognizable spirits in particular is bliss…The spirit of our helpers incarnates in us, making us more ourselves... more »»

Rotary Happenings: Cowboy Poetry highlight of Rotary meeting

November 15, 2017 Its been declared by our Sanibel-Captiva Rotary President Holli Martin, “that this Rotary year 2017-18, San-Cap Rotarians are going to have fun. more »»

City of Sanibel Vegetation Committee: Preventative pruning keeps homes and property borders from serious damage during severe storms

November 15, 2017 Nature doesn’t usually require pruning, individuals do it to keep their yard attractive and health. more »»

Shell Shocked: Boyhood friends

November 15, 2017 Once a year I get together with two boyhood friends. These are guys I’ve known since I was five-years-old. more »»

Living Sanibel: Venice Area Audubon Society Rookery

November 15, 2017 Considered one of Venice’s best-kept secrets, the Venice Area Audubon Society’s Rookery, or VAAS Rookery, is a very small island in the middle of an equally small lak. more »»

In the Garden: Lily of the Nile

November 15, 2017 The agapathus africanus, commonly called Lily of the Nile is native to South Africa. The name agapanthus is derived from the Greek word agape, meaning love, and anothos meaning flowe. more »»

Center Stage: Theatre Conspiracy’s ‘Seven Guitars’ impressive

November 15, 2017 August Wilson’s “Seven Guitars” is a tragi/comedy and the seventh of this author’s “American Century Cycle, which charts the African-American experience through each decade of the 20th century. more »»

Poetic License: Chanson Chartreuse

November 15, 2017 (A La Doctor Seuss) I cannot wear or drink chartreuse Because I’m gander and not goose, As color it is too abstruse Not green nor yellow is chartreuse. more »»

Shell Shocked: The birds and the bees

November 8, 2017 A dad is squirming and sweating. He’s dreaded this moment for a long time but knew that someday he’d have to deal with it. His son is seated across the kitchen table also squirming and sweating. more »»

In the Garden: Spider plant: Great house plant

November 8, 2017 The house plant Chlorophytum comosum, also known as the spider plant, is a highly durable and trusted indoor and outdoor species for south Florida. more »»

Rotary Happenings: ‘Classification Talks’ highlight of Rotary meeting

November 8, 2017 About a month ago, Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club President Holli Martin introduced a new featured part of our monthly club assemblies, classification talks. more »»

Faces on Faith: Will we accept God’s challenge?

November 8, 2017 The increasing frequency and ferocity of hurricanes, tornadoes, wild fires and other natural disasters should convince all of us that we are not taking care of our environment as we should. more »»

Jacquemontia: the perfect native wildflower

November 8, 2017 The delicate-looking, but sturdy vine Jacquemontia pentanthos is about as close to the perfect plant as it comes. It is one of the showiest flowering vines suitable for cultivation in south Florida. more »»

Shell Shocked: Life without controversy is a wasted life

November 1, 2017 There’s so much controversy going on in the White House that I kind of wish I had more controversy in my own life. more »»

In the Garden: Blooming grass

November 1, 2017 Fun, whimsical, and versatile only begin to describe a Floridian plant known as mushily grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris), with its long green stalks and fluffy blooms making their showcase amongst... more »»

Living Sanibel: Take a morning stroll though the pines at Lemon Bay Park

November 1, 2017 The people of Sarasota County exhibited some real foresight in 1986 when they purchased the first 48 acres of Lemon Bay Park as part of a $20 million county bond referendu. more »»

Poetic License: In memoriam: Neil Glaser

November 1, 2017 November snow The first to fall is the first to go. Earth’s wears its mantle damp and chill — Patina of November sno. more »»

Faces on Faith: Sacred moments in the ocean

November 1, 2017 Thomas Merton wrote often about being “touched by God” — those moments in life when we experience a “vivid awareness of the infinite Being. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Henshaw shares experience of Sept. 11

November 1, 2017 Some of the best assets our island communities have are the people that reside on Sanibel and Captiva. more »»

Shell Shocked: You can’t handle the truth

October 26, 2017 Will I be given twenty lashes at "Ding" Darling before being sent to CROW for rehab if I were to use a tired old cliché here – truth is stranger than fiction? Well, give me those lashes because I’m... more »»



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