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Gulf & Main Magazine

Catch a Match - Future looks bright for FGCU tennis

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

Getting ready for spring conference play, the men’s and women’s tennis teams are on the heels of their best season in university history in 2014-2015.

Show and Sell - boat show sales ripple into Southwest Florida

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

Two-hundred-foot yachts sit chockablock along the Intracoastal, casting shadows on mere 150-footers, while the crew cast a discerning eye, lowering the passerelles for potential buyers.

The Bourbon Boom and its Florida connections

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

The U.S. is in the midst of a so-called bourbon renaissance.

Renaissance Beauty - Artist Lia Martino depicts a fusion of art, fashion and style

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

A powerhouse of beauty, liberated self-expression and style, Lia Martino’s impressive resume encompasses exciting careers and entrepreneurships and, most importantly, great success.

ArtFest Fort Myers Returns in February

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

Clear some calendar time for the 16th anniversary ArtFest Fort Myers, a juried exhibit featuring fine art from world and US artists.

Amour Tour - South Florida’s Key West perfect Valentine’s Day getaway

Jan 01, 2016 ● By Kevin

Key West has been a favorite destination for centuries. But the popular south Florida town isn’t just about partying on Duval Street.

Easy Riding - A visit to Six Bends Harley-Davidson encompasses more than beautiful motorcycles

Sep 23, 2015 ● By Kevin

You really don’t have to be a motorcycle enthusiast to appreciate the quality workmanship put into these Hogs and the tender loving care the owners bestow on them.

Staying Fit in the Florida Heat - Eat a little fruit, exercise with care and cool off properly

Sep 23, 2015 ● By Kevin

Fruit contains natural sugars, so it is important to educate yourself about which ones to add to a healthy diet, because sugar is still sugar, and should be consumed in small quantities.

Photo Finish - Former fashion photographer helped morph Fort Myers business district

Sep 23, 2015 ● By Kevin

There are few spaces similar to the Franklin Shops in downtown Fort Myers. A converted warehouse at First Street and Broadway, the modern occupants have kept the space open, airy and bright.

The Miami Design District - Fashion partners with the worlds of art and architecture to create a neighborhood bursting with innovation

Sep 23, 2015 ● By Kevin

It wasn’t too long ago that the Miami Design District, was a hub of showrooms for working interior designers; then the wave of restaurateurs moving to the mainland added the dining aspect.

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