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Catch a Match - Future looks bright for FGCU tennis

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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