April 19, 2007 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

Technology has taken old format to the next level

(and the 3-D glasses are a lot cooler, too!)

To begin with, the glasses are cooler. Maybe not quite $100 Ray-Bans, but compared with the old 3-D movie glasses made of cheap cardboard with red and blue lenses, they might as well be. More...

Evans still a legend

Actress on stage with former TV nemesis

Linda Evans knows her way around a movie set and feels perfectly at home acting in front of TV cameras. But perform on stage for live theater? No thanks. More...

Dominican trip captures poverty on film

Student photos on display at FGCU library

A group of Florida Gulf Coast University students returned from a recent trip to the Dominican Republic with a new sense of appreciation for the poor and huge stack of photos. More...

Metro Parkway expansion on fast track

Hospital will pay to expedite road widening

A 1.2-mile stretch of Metro Parkway - across from Lee Memorial Health System's new Gulf Coast Hospital in south Fort Myers - will be widened to six lanes years ahead of schedule, thanks to a loan from a hospital partner. More...

Status quo for hospital services until 2009

Lee Memorial working on future plan

Medical services in Lee County in 2009 - when Lee Memorial Health System opens it's Metro Parkway campus - won't look much different than today. More...

Business News

Colonial corridor big for car shoppers

Back in the late-1990s, Fort Myers Toyota had to make a decision. Move its dealership from its aging Fowler Street building to U.S. 41 along with most of the other Fort Myers car dealers, or find a better spot. More...

Real Estate News

Vibrant village sets pace in downtown

Residential/retail development underway in River District

Workmen are busy pouring concrete and erecting steel at one of the gems of the River District now redeveloping in downtown Fort Myers. More...

Bell Tower Park nearly done

The Residences at Bell Tower Park is nearing completion. More...