It’s Never Too Late

Born on Jan. 28, 1926—the same year as Marilyn Monroe and Hugh Hefner—Frances Keogh has had a zest for living life to its fullest since she was very young.

Congratulations, Kim!

When we contacted Kimberly Duis to tell her she had won the Cape Coral Lifestyle makeover contest, she was ecstatic! "I've never won anything", she exclaimed. Originally from a town called Benton Harbor, Michigan, she has lived in Cape Coral for seven years. Duis has three adult children and three grandchildren; Karter, Kasen, and Kourtney, all under age five! She…

Senior Rightsizing

“Compassion and Integrity is key,” states Sami Gravedoni. She owns Sami-MED (Moving Easily Done) Services and helps seniors in Southwest Florida downsize, de-clutter, organize and move. She is a Senior Move Manager ® and keeps her client’s desires foremost in her priorities.

Mighty Mikey

You wouldn’t expect a mom who had lost a child to smile so much. You wouldn’t expect conversations with a parent who no longer could hold her boy to revolve around “parties” and “dancing” and “singing.” But that’s exactly the kind of conversation you will have with Chrissie Lograno-Weinstein, whose 9-year-old son, Michael, passed away May 13, 2015 after fighting…

Window Treatment Style Guide

Whether you are a full-time Southwest Florida resident or one of our many “snow-birds,” choosing the right window treatment to fit your Florida lifestyle can be a daunting task. Not to worry! Here are 5 window treatments that will provide beauty and function to your Florida home.

For The Love Of Chocolate

While his love of chocolate is what first inspired Norman Love to become a chocolatier, it’s his love for family that inspired him to establish roots in Southwest Florida. Many people are surprised to hear Norman Love say that he never intended to open a chocolate company, as he was only “dabbling” in chocolates to earn some extra money after…

Angels Among Us

They live among us and accomplish great deeds. Their fundraising supports the City of Cape Coral, Parks & Recreation Department’s Special Populations program and increases community awareness about the needs of individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities.