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Brigid’s Crossing

Brigid’s Crossing

Nestled on six acres in a quiet community in Naples is a unique, nonprofit cat rescue and holistic sanctuary called Brigid’s Crossing.

February 2011
The Joy of Jaboticaba

The Joy of Jaboticaba

Frank DeNardis is on a mission to educate and inform Southwest Floridians about the joys of growing tropical fruit in their own backyard. One fruit tree that DeNardis is particularly excited about is the jaboticaba.

January 2011
Gliding on Water

Gliding on Water

Men, women and children from 5 to 65 are enjoying the resurgent sport of paddleboarding.

January 2011
The Brody Project

The Brody Project

Harnessing the human-animal bond and its therapeutic applications is a passion that energizes, excites and inspires Karen Lasker, director of The Brody Project for Animal Assisted Therapy.

January 2011
Open Wide for Better Health

Open Wide for Better Health

Growing numbers of dental patients are exploring safe and healthy treatment options and protocols with holistic dentists such as Dr. William E. Lovett, before taking a deep breath and opening wide.

January 2011
Trim Wellness Cafe

Trim Wellness Cafe

Dr. Brent Agin has created a unique venue for delivering his prescriptions for prevention and optimal health to hundreds of individuals: Trim Wellness Café.

January 2011
The Healing Power of Pan Gu Shengong

The Healing Power of Pan Gu Shengong

Master Ou will present a workshop on Pan Gu Shengong (PGSG), a mystical qigong that is designed to absorb the essence of qi (energy) from the universe in order to purify the soul, strengthen the life force and bring better health to the body.

December 2010
Florida Avocados

Florida Avocados

With its dense, creamy texture and sweet, buttery, slightly nutty taste, it’s no wonder the Florida avocado is often considered a luxurious, indulgent treat.

December 2010
Two-Wheeled Wonders

Two-Wheeled Wonders

A burgeoning number of individuals, both local and nationwide, are not only enjoying recreational riding through a park or on a trail, exploring local “contours,” but also group road rides on urban streets and practice rides to train for more strenuous trips that require building stamina and leg muscles.

December 2010
Clotheslines Make a Comeback

Clotheslines Make a Comeback

Today, eco-minded individuals are trying to build awareness of Florida’s existing Right to Dry law, which guarantees that sunshine state residents have the option to dry their clothes on outdoor clotheslines, rather than being held hostage by a clothes dryer.

November 2010
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