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How Gloria Jordan de Cabral Became Fort Myers Restaurant Royalty

Colorful, driven and beloved, the chef has won many followers to her restaurant and tours of her native Cuba.

Kristen Coury: The Force Behind the Drama

How the Gulfshore Playhouse founder is leading the way to fresh initiatives and a bold new theater space.

Season Preview 2018: People to Watch

An alert on those aiming to step things up in the year ahead

Men & Women of the Year 2018

We honor eight individuals who have served the community with such distinction.

Collaboratory Opens in Fort Myers

The Southwest Florida Community Foundation's new headquarters was designed for community use.

Sandi Moran: A Life at Full Force

Mother to more than her biological family, winner of dance competitions, award-winning Broadway producer, successful philanthropist … Sandi Moran is a force wherever she alights.

One-on-One: CEO of the Edison & Ford Winter Estates Michael Flanders

"Obviously, what is lacking is the philanthropy."

Seeding Is Believing: How the Naples Botanical Garden Flourished After Irma

We followed the garden's recovery for a year after the hurricane's devastation.

Judge Judy and Scout: A Very Special Courtship

How and why a Shih Tzu has become such a treasure in Judge Judy Sheindlin’s life.

How Everglades City Survived Hurricane Irma

The will of the residents and the kindness of so many strangers helped this oft-forgotten community recover.

FGCU President Mike Martin Tells All About His First Year

Between an $8 million budget cut and Hurricane Irma, Martin had his work cut out for him his rookie year.

Hurricane Stories: Daniels vs. the Surge

Fishing guide Kent Daniels stayed put during the storm—and doesn't regret a thing.
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