July 6, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

Nominations open for award from Uncommon Friends

The deadline for nominations for the prestigious Business Ethics Award from the Uncommon Friends Foundation is Sept. 1. More...

This ‘Kid’ knew ‘Buddy’ before he was ‘Bandit’

The first time I set eyes on “Buddy” Reynolds I was walking down the hall at Palm Beach High School (now the Dreyfoos School of the Arts) in West Palm Beach.  More...

Shell creations gained popularity in the 19th century

ANTIQUES

Shell-shaped decorative objects were very popular during the 19th century. More...

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Business News

Loud & clear

Every corporate public relations crisis has a common thread

EVERYWHERE WE TURN LATELY, THERE SEEMS to be a new corporate crisis in the headlines. More...

Studies of Seattle’s minimum wage provides ammo to pro, con arguments

MONEY & INVESTING

Generally, people don’t get too passionate about economic theory. More...

Love your pet? Share a photo and you could win FW contest

We know our readers love their pets — those furry, slithery, slobbery, whiskered, feathered, hoofed, amphibious or otherwise nonhuman companions that help make your lives complete.  Show how much you love them by entering the annual Florid More...

Bayfront volunteers award scholarships

Bayfront Health Port Charlotte’s Volunteer Auxiliary recently awarded $40,000 in scholarships to 15 students seeking careers in the health care industry. This is the 11th year the auxiliary has held its health career scholarship program.  More...

COMMUNITY BRIEFS

Tringali youth basketball clinic to start More...

‘Fabric of Survival’ on exhibit at Holocaust museum

The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida presents a unique photographic exhibit this summer on the theme of Holocaust memory. More...

Real Estate News

House Hunting

2616 Rolling Road, North Port

This four-bedroom home has been lovingly cared for. Double entry doors welcome you into gorgeous views of the pool and pool house. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Music docs

Must-see music documentaries you may have missed

MUSIC AND FILM IS A GREAT MARRIAGE OF media. More...

Frampton’s opening gig for Steve Miller will be 80 minutes with a full band

If you want to see Peter Frampton, it might be wise to see him on his current tour with Steve Miller. If plans hold, he won’t be back on tour in the states for awhile.  More...

A handy, compact guide for the would-be true crimes sleuth

FLORIDA WRITERS

¦ “The New York Crimes, Volume 1: The Fifties & Sixties” by Stephanie Hughes. Stephanie Hughes/Sunshine Sally. 90 pages. Paperback, $7.99. More...