Baby Boomer Sex
BOOMERS IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION
Florida once maintained the now-unlikely title of second-largest producer of beef cows in the nation, the same nation where 76 million children were born between 1946 and 1964 — the so-called baby boomers.
For the boomers who now range in age from 46 to 64, “let’s talk” has become a mantra of personal relations. Full Story
Commissioner supports fix and release program
Despite the best efforts, county animal shelters are often forced to euthanize many animals. They don’t have space for thousands of strays, including
. the feral cats they take in every year. Full Story
Foreigners buying Florida
Almost 25 percent of foreign buyers seek homes in the Sunshine State
A perfect economic storm — spawned by a strong Euro, a weak dollar and a depressed American housing market — has made Southwest Florida an enticing location for foreign investors interested in purchasing real estate. Full Story
Florida’s consumer confidence entrenched at a low level
With no clear signs the nation is either on the road to economic recovery or entering another recession, Florida’s consumer confidence remained stagnant, inching up only one point to 67 in August, according to a new University of Florida survey. Full Story
Beautiful Rooms for Beautiful Music
Faculty, students sing praises of new home for FGCU’s Bower School of Music
STEPPING ONSTAGE IN THE RECITAL HALL IN THE brand new home of the Bower School of Music at Florida Gulf Coast University is like entering a sacred space.
You just intuitively know in your soul that beautiful music will be created here.
The floor is made of light bamboo. Full Story
Gallery Walk theme honors the sea
This month’s Gallery Walk in Punta Gorda carries the theme, “Sea you in September,” celebrating lives well lived on the waterfront. Full Story