Quartz & Clover owner Whitney is an area native who moved to California and came back -- but time on the other coast gave her a new love of good vibes and bohemian style. Only, when she got back to her hometown, she realized there wasn't anything like that here. So, what's a girl … Continue reading Quartz + Clover = good vibes in downtown Fort Myers
Balinese death masks. Didgeridoos. LED lights. Aliens. Glow in the dark paint. There’s no other way to say this… but it’s a compliment: Didges Christ Super Drum is Southwest Florida’s weirdest band, and this is a show you don’t want to miss. The Sarasota-based band returns to Cape Coral this Friday, Oct. 27, and will be … Continue reading Freaky Friday: Didges Christ Super Drum to play in Cape Coral
Pimento cheese is the new quinoa and West Asheville is the new Asheville.
The long-awaited Six Fingers Studios is slated to open near the end of October. The new studio, which began construction in 2015, stemmed from Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center’s Director Jim Griffith’s passion for music. ‘It’s part of what (Griffith has) always imagined for the art center - that it would be a … Continue reading Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center unveils new recording studio
Ah, Florida fall. Still about 90 degrees, still sunny, not a chill in the air at all despite the proliferation of pumpkin spice flavored everything. Still, fall means it’s time to remember that you might have some German ancestry back there somewhere — or just voice your love of beer and pretzels. Prost! Oktoberfest season … Continue reading Raise your steins: a Fort Myers, Cape Coral Oktoberfest roundup
McGregor-based shop offers a spiritual journey and plenty of energized baubles and trinkets Offering an eclectic collection of spiritual books, candles, gifts and classes, the Curious Cauldron is one of the newest shops on McGregor Boulevard (13141 McGregor Blvd #7), sure to bring a smile upon entering. Owner Maria Solana has sensed other-worldly beings and … Continue reading Witch you were here!
Returning to "normalcy" post-Irma Now that most Southwest Floridans have returned to some state of "normalcy" after Hurricane Irma left a trail of destruction and debris behind a couple weeks ago, it's time we get down to brass tacks about ensuring your home is safe for living. You've taken down the shutters, cleared the yard … Continue reading All cleaned up
The 2017 Island Hopper Songwriter Festival is underway in Lee County. Artists from around the country have ventured to Sanibel, Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach to perform for the nine-day event. It kicked off last weekend with the first round of performers in Sanibel and Captiva; this week, downtown Fort Myers, and rounding off this … Continue reading Q&A: Audrey Spillman, singer-songwriter at the Island Hopper festival
There’s breakfast. There’s breakfast for lunch. And then, there’s brunch. It’s become common to call your first meal on Sunday after a night out on the town “brunch.” But if you’re just eating pancakes and eggs, you’re still eating breakfast food. Cue Cork Soaker’s beautiful brunch menu, done right. By night, Cork Soaker’s Deck and … Continue reading Get in loser, we’re going to brunch
10th annual Peace Day in the Park doubles as food drive for A.C.T. and recent hurricane victims Unifying the community in a way few events can, the 10th annual Peace Day in the Park gathering takes place along the lawn of the Alliance for the Arts campus, 10091 McGregor Blvd., Sunday, Sept. 24, from 10 … Continue reading It’s Peace Day in the Park Sunday