Communications Specialist, WGCU Public Media, the PBS/NPR affiliate in Southwest Florida.
Former Editor of Expressions magazine for WGCU Public Media (until magazine was eliminated in a cost-cutting measure).
Freelance writer specializing in travel and personality profiles; public relations professional.
Journalist with weekly and daily newspaper experience including at the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Times-Picayune of New Orleans, and most recently The News-Press in Fort Myers, Fla.
Mental health and addiction recovery advocate, speaker and writer.
Marketing flyer for Summer Meetup for Progressive Women
Marketing flyer for Toast to Tenacity celebration of women's suffrage
Is 70 the new 50? Certainly not, concludes septuagenarian Michael V. Martin, in his second year as Florida Gulf Coast University president. And that's a good thing.
Most people are taughtto look at an issue from all sides. It's clear that in her career choices, Jennifer Hecker took that to heart. Now executive director of the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program, Hecker has been involved in the environmental field from all angles.
Fossilized choppers prove hard to find
A search for youth in the country's oldest city
Sponge diving caused a Greek migration to U.S. shores
Yuletide's the rule in this little Michigan town
Daytripping in the Everglades
Rancho Margot ecolodge near Arenal
A visit to a sanctuary for chimpanzees and orangutans
Travel enticement based on Randy Wayne White's novel, "Mangrove Lightning"
Local content related to national PBS offerings
About kayak tours
One of Mark Loren's numerous donations to local charity events has been "A Day with the Jeweler" in the workroom of his Fort Myers gallery. Winning bidders later enter a cathedral of quirk that must surprise them, not to mention the jewelry art lions whose accolades have made him an industry celebrity.
To cancer patients, "metastasis" is a very bad word. To cancer businesses, metastasis is essential to survival. Mounting costs of practice and uneven insurance reimbursement rates mean that small cancer practices have had to grow and spread with the aggressiveness of the errant cells they treat-or, conversely, risk obliteration.
Lucia Sherman didn't know Harley-Davidson from Hot Wheels when she answered an ad for a job as executive assistant to Scott Fischer seven years ago. But she knew he was CEO of Scott Fischer Enterprises and that's why she showed up shaken, despite being dressed in a "red power suit."
First Seminole Church of Immokalee is Not for Native Americans Only
As medicine and its demands on professionals change, Florida SouthWestern State College is positioning itself as a leader in health careers.
"Street Chicks" reach out with mentoring, TV program, books and more to keep kids safe.
Cottage industry: Millennials stage music on Florida porch
Column: Trying out OrangeTheory Fitness
News feature about courtesy in crowded planes
Cape Coral Coconut Festival features music and more
Feature story and first-person column
Vegetables and fruits are showing up in some surprising colors.
Jane Bond-Rostron has moxie. Chutzpah. Nerve. Guts: No, that's too distasteful to describe a broker associate for Premier Sotheby's International Realty and a high-end interior designer, who first was a flight attendant and then an agent in the New York entertainment swirl.
War games in the woods are Christian outreach to teens
Young filmmakers win top prize at inaugural Bonita Springs festival
Future Bonita Springs high school looking for a site As the Lee County School District mulls over the selection of a site for a new high school in South Lee County to relieve overcrowding and plan for enrollment growth, a few things are fairly certain: * It will be in Bonita Springs, not Estero.