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Gulf & Main: March/April 2018 Issue


The ocean, the Gulf, rivers and lakes-this is where we long to be, or at least to be near. We'll bring you all things water related, from boating to fishing to seafood. So plan on curling up with our March/April issue and letting thoughts of ocean breezes inspire you.

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Youngsters gain selfconfidence along with experiencing the joy and the thrill of the open seas by participating in Edison Sailing Center courses Photo by Brian Stromlund

Devoted to Each Other— and Edison Sailing Center

Ross and Stephanie Webb remain dedicated to "bringing sailing to SWFL’s young people." Read More » 


Photo courtesy of Shelby Russell

SWFL Rowing Keeps Growing

All welcome at Caloosa Coast Rowing Club and Rowing Association of Naples. Read More » 


Whats SUP Try Standup Paddleboarding With Kids - Feb 26 2018 0800AM

What’s SUP? Try Standup Paddleboarding With Kids

Popularly known as SUP, standup paddleboarding is a great activity for children and adults alike. Read More » 


Weeki Wachee mermaids are also very accomplished out of the water Katie who is from Brooksville is fluent in German Photo courtesy of Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

Weeki Wachee Mermaids Still Mesmerize 70 Years On

The lovely mermaids dazzle audiences every day of the year at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park in Spring Hill, about 50 miles north of Tampa. Read More » 


The day dawns at the BabcockWebb Wildlife Management Area Photo by William R Cox

Babcock/Webb Wildlife Management Area: an outstanding local resource for outdoor recreation

Today the Babcock/Webb WMA encompasses 67,758 acres. This large property is a mosaic of many different native habitats, including the 395-acre Webb Lake and six artificial ponds. Read More » 


Artwork courtesy of Florida Repertory Theatre

Florida Rep, Broadway Palm and Other Area Troupes Choose to Challenge

While Cabaret has a decidedly somber ending that was unable to undo history, artists at Florida Repertory Theatre in Fort Myers hope their production of the musical makes people stay alert. Read More »