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February 2017

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Dining Review: Teatro

Teatro’s celebrity chef serves up creative Mediterranean cuisine in a venue connected to a new arts center in Bonita Springs.

Feel Good: A Bike Ride to Help Your Brain

Realty Check: What Your Money Will Buy

Find out how much you have to fork over to buy one of Southwest Florida's fanciest homes.

Design Trends: In the Details

While simplicity still rules, new designs demonstrate a return to understated detailed and delicate ornamentation.

Jerry Sanford, the Man Who Makes Things Happen

Whether it’s for the needs of seniors, retired firefighters, grandchildren, war veterans or others, Jerry Sanford appears without fanfare to offer a helping hand.

Looking for Hope in Dunbar

A year with young people in the troubled Fort Myers neighborhood as they struggle to better their lives.

Home of the Month: The South Also Rises

Fort Myers homeowner/architect Greg Gersdorf brings Southern charm and stately details to St. Charles Harbour.

Best Bite: Jarret d’Agneau with Flageolet Ragout at The French

The Fun and Serious Sides of CNBC anchor Tyler Mathisen

Mathisen has served as host for the Imagine Solutions conference since 2011.

The Future of the Everglades Wonder Gardens

A Toast to Everglades Wonder Gardens Founder Lester Piper

Everglades Wonder Gardens: Old Joe Speaks

Old Joe, at 15.5 feet, came to the Everglades Wonder Gardens in the ’30s or ’40s and, now dead and stuffed, shares tales of its colorful past.

Inside the Process of Wine Expert Victor Valdivia

The head sommelier at Grey Oaks Country Club is on a quest to earn the rare honor of master sommelier.

Ms. Adventure: Trapped, Lost and Discovered by American Indians

A little past life regression through hypnosis reveals truths as current as today.

Nature at Night

What a different look and feel you get when exploring the Southwest Florida wilderness after dark.

The Look: Adding Panache

Independent Bookstores Still Thriving in Southwest Florida

Even in this digital age, a half-dozen or so independent bookstores here are doing just fine with their personal, homey touches.

Just Behave: Sounding Off

Advice from our etiquette expert

Going Places: Flagler Museum in Palm Beach

Despite its grand look and feel, the Flagler Museum makes people feel right at home.

Bottoms Up: Coquito Mojito at Big Blue Brewing

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