Tales of how Southwest Florida came together before, during and after Hurricane Irma.
Gulfshore Life’s editors explore Southwest Florida
After Irma, Naples has been pretty bleak. We salute these restaurants that are opening or have opened their doors for gatherings that were strictly on the house.
After getting hit hard by Irma, the Naples hot spot is slowly recovering.
Will those concert tickets hold up? Can you still plan to attend that exhibit? Is your child’s art class still taking place? Find out here.
Ways the community has stepped up to help those in need in the wake of Hurricane Irma
One of our senior editors evacuated Naples before Hurricane Irma—and hasn't quite made it home yet.
Communities both well-known and all but forgotten continue cleanup efforts.
Our visit Thursday revealed many helping hands, but much more to be done.
Get a glimpse inside the organization's recent operations in response to the natural disaster.
Our senior writer visits the flooded community with help from a friend.
More than 150 members showed up to help on Tuesday.
The University of Florida football star lifted the spirits of volunteers with Next Level Church.
Tell us how you made it through one of the biggest storms to hit Southwest Florida.
Storm-bound or fearful for the recovery time after the hurricane might slam into our shores? Here's how to stock your pantry for success.
The storm could be heading toward Florida. Here's how locals are preparing.
Say hola to a Mexican restaurant and privet to a European market—and other dining changes you may not have noticed.
Celebrity chef Roy Yamaguchi (the Roy in Roy’s) will be cooking at his Bonita Springs restaurant in September.