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Gulf & Main: September/October 2017 Issue

Aug 28, 2017 05:46PM ● By Kevin
This month, we celebrate man's unlimited capacity for creative expression. They say that art is in the eye of the beholder, and we aim to give you "an eyeful" of it - painting, architecture, dance, music and more. Plus, we explore design trends as well as fashion. If creativity is your thing, this issue will both satisfy and inspire.

Read some of our top stories below.

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SoCo Cool Artists Carve a Neighborhood Niche South of Colonial - Aug 28 2017 0505PM

SoCo Cool! Artists Carve a Neighborhood Niche South of Colonial

Climbing aboard the branding strategy of previously neglected U.S. neighborhoods rich in culture, the SoCo Cultural District launched in October 2016. Read More » 


Some 4000 ballplayers age 35 and up arrive in Southwest Florida in October Photo courtesy of Roy Hobbs BaseballGreg Wagner Photography

Roy Hobbs World Series: Lee County’s No. 1 Amateur Event, Returns in October

The Roy Hobbs World Series has been held in Lee County since 1993, growing from 54 teams to more than 240. Read More » 


Photo courtesy of Little Palm Island

Little Palm Island: Just South of Miami, a Semi-deserted Isle, a No Cellphone Zone

While brochures and T-shirts worn by some staff (130 full-time) urge guests to “Get Lost,” the only type of lost you are on this South Seas-style resort island is a state of mind. Read More » 


Gin is Hot Again the Latest Spirit to Make a Splash - Aug 28 2017 0534PM

Gin is Hot Again: the Latest Spirit to Make a Splash

Gin is distilled from a number of grains that are often fermented first, then redistilled infusing botanicals, most notably juniper. Read More » 


Galleries Galore Art Scene is Crucial Aspect of Local Economy - Aug 28 2017 0541PM

Galleries Galore: Art Scene is Crucial Aspect of Local Economy

Fort Myers is a good place to be rejuvenated with its diverse range of galleries and visual artists in all mediums, classical and visionary. Read More » 


Art Gallery Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at FSW State College

Florida’s Creative Class: Their Work Helps Drive the Economy, Thousands of Jobs at Stake

In Lee County alone, the creative class produces $140 million in annual activity—supporting thousands of jobs and generating some $18.8 million in government revenues. Read More »