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Mark Loren: The Ultimate Gift

This Mother’s Day kick up your gift giving with memorable custom jewelry that lasts forever.

Unveiling the Mysteries of the Margarita

Like many people, contributor Gina Birch has a love/hate relationship with the margarita.

Fort Myers Brewing Company to Celebrate 5 Years in Business This Month

Fort Myers Brewing Company celebrates its five-year anniversary with a six-day-long party.

Bennett's Fresh Roast Celebrates 10 Years in February

Bennett’s roasts nearly 800 pounds of coffee a month, fries up 15,000 from-scratch hand-cut donuts monthly and serves breakfast and lunch to thousands of hungry guests.

Fort Myers Native Finds Purpose in Delectables in Wake of Uncertain Personal Times

Founded in 2011, the local business' owner bakes a choice of more than 100 flavors of cupcakes from scratch in small batches. Customers can even create their own flavors.

It’s Not Just for Mai-Tais: savvy and sophisticated, rum transcends mixing

Rum is a spirit that has many faces, and while it has a near-permanent place with the party people, it also has a seat at the table filled with people of discerning palates.

Looking for a Dinner Spot on Christmas Eve 2017? These 10 Restaurants are Open

Christmas Eve traditions of elegant and delicious meals are prevalent for many American families. We've got a list of 10 local spots open for folks looking for something to do.

Looking for a Holiday Treat? These 3 Shops are Open Christmas Day 2017

Christmas morning traditions of sweets and treats are prevalent in many American families. We've got a list of three local spots open in case you need to pick something up Christmas morning.

Doc Ford's Stresses Quality and Customer Satisfaction as it Looks Toward Expansion

The restaurant’s Fort Myers Beach location sits on the back of Estero Bay on San Carlos Island. The owners recently reported new locations may be in the future.

Skip One Seafood Owner: Irma Causes Shrimp to Show Up in Droves

Thirty-year owner of Skip One Seafood, Dennis Henderson, reported he unloaded 400,000 pounds of shrimp the week before Thanksgiving and is anticipating more on Christmas.

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