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‘Guys and Doll’ to perform at Players Circle

news@breezenewspapers.com A group of performers from North Carolina will be bringing their talents to North Fort Myers right in time for Valentine’s Day. “Guys and Doll” will take lovers of musicals down memory lane when it comes to the Players Circle Theatre on Feb. 12 to 14 and ...

Green Technologies a family affair

news@breezenewspapers.com If you went to the Fort Myers Home and Remodeling Show recently, you would have seen Reyanna Taylor, who works in sales for Green Technologies of SWFL, promoting her family’s business. For the Taylors, family comes first, which is why nearly everyone works for ...

Vintage Market Days coming back to civic center

news@breezenewspapers.com After being cancelled last year just as it was about to be held, Vintage Market Days are back at the Lee Civic Center this coming weekend, where people can get vintage and vintage-inspired merchandise. The event will be held from Friday to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 ...

Eaglets removed from nest, recovering

news@breezenewspapers.com After a week of bonding and fighting fiercely over food, the two eaglets of Harriet and M15, Southwest Florida’s favorite bald eagles, were removed from their nest on Friday after it was discovered they may have contracted an illness. The Clinic for the ...

District eyes options for high school graduations

news@breezenewspapers.com The Lee County School District is looking at options for graduation this year, including the possibility of stadium graduations at individual high schools as a second plan. Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins said Florida Southwestern State College has committed to ...

Teaching journey brought him back home

news@breezenewspapers.com When Taylor Ashby was a senior at North Fort Myers High School, he said to himself that he was not only going to become an educator, but also return to his alma mater to teach. He achieved that, and last week, in only his sixth year of teaching, he was named a ...

Home Show features nearly 100 vendors

news@breezenewspapers.com Nearly 100 vendors, many of them local, came to the Fort Myers Home and Remodeling Show at the Lee Civic Center, with good crowds throughout the weekend. “We’ve done better than other shows that have been put on. We have about 30 exhibitors who do our show and ...

Danny Sinoff stars in Players Circle residency

news@breezenewspapers.com Danny Sinoff started playing classical piano at age 5 and it didn’t take long for him to graduate beyond Chopsticks. Today, Sinoff is one of the most sought-after musicians in Southwest Florida, playing at bars and nightclubs nearly every day of the week during ...

Gumbofest draws a crowd

news@breezenewspapers.com With the weather warm and sunny, thousands enjoyed Cajun food and Zydeco at the Shell Factory on Sunday for the 19th annual Gumbofest. Several local eateries brought their version of gumbo to go along with the chicken and seafood versions sold by the Southern Grill, ...

All Things Wild Taxidermy open in North Fort Myers

news@breezenewspapers.com You just bagged yourself a 10-point deer and you want the trophy mounted on your wall. Local hunters used to have to go miles to find a taxidermist to do the work needed to “stuff” their animal. Now, they have a place in North Fort Myers, All Things Wild ...