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FEATURES THE RIVER WILD The resort collections star in a fashionable tribute to the Everglades and Florida’s primitive landscape. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT ADAMO

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TOWER OF POWER The $1.4 million, Swedish-built Koenigsegg CCXR sets the supercar standard. BY HOWARD WALKER

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STAYING IN THE LOOP A pair of busy realtors keep working while navigating the waterways of the Great Loop. BY KATHY BECKER

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HEAVENLY HOSTS Part of the Naples Winter Wine Festival’s phenomenal success is in the details the night before. BY KATHY BECKER ROBERT ADAMO

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From the Publisher

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From the Editor

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Social Observer

STYLE

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Most Wanted Fur-tastic finds

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Tastemakers Lambertson Truex

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appy New Year. I don’t know exactly why those words fill us with optimism and the promise of a fresh start—as if there’s some magical difference between January and, say, April—but they certainly do, and I’m not about to question anything that prompts us to do better things and establish beneficial new routines. As I’ve said before, I’m an optimist by nature, so anything that puts people in a positive frame of mind is okay by me. Here at Palm Beach Media Group, we have welcomed 2011 with a sense of optimism as well. After the uncertain economy of the past few years, things finally seem to be leveling off and our company remains well poised for whatever the future brings. As a result, our strategic vision is clearer than ever—to continue investing in and producing excellent magazines and websites that are focused on the needs and interests of affluent audiences throughout all of South Florida. In the afterglow of creating and launching several new products in 2010—thanks to the individual and collaborative strengths of our people, some of the best and brightest in the industry—I’m quite pleased with where we are today. Still, we know we cannot rest on our successes. As we enter 2011, I have asked our entire team to continue thinking about ways we can further connect with our readers in deeper, increasingly meaningful ways. It is not a new challenge—it is an ongoing expectation—but the arrival of a new year presents an opportunity to restate it with my continued encouragement. Fortunately, the spirit of innovation is strong at PBMG, manifesting itself in the form of new products and features that serve our readers, and the luxury advertisers who seek to reach them with relevant information about their products and services. No doubt you’ve embraced the new year with a similar mindset. Whether it’s resolving to drop those holiday pounds, vowing to spend more time with the family, or engaging in other activities of equal importance—even if that’s pledging to keep doing whatever you’re already doing right—if changing the calendar is the impetus to make it happen, then we’re right there with you. It’s hard to argue with success. Best wishes for an exceptional 2011.

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FROM THE EDITOR

JUST DO IT here’s always something powerful about starting a new year. Technically, January 1 is just another date on the calendar, but for many it marks a time for reflection and motivation. Some see the day as transformative, providing them the ability to tackle something that seemed impossible December 31. Power real estate couple Chip Harris and Michele Peppe would advise not to reflect too long, but instead to motivate and move ahead. Although their boating trip was several years in the making, they pursued a plan to navigate the waterways of the Eastern United States while still maintaining their business (page 72). Their powerful philosophy: Why wait for the obstacles life will eventually throw at you to pursue your dreams? Kim Pemberton cultivates the power of fine automobiles and collectors as president of the area’s Ferrari Club. Now Pemberton revs up more horsepower as the head of the Koenigsegg headquarters in Naples. These exclusive, lightning-fast supercars have several devotees here (page 66). The Naples Winter Wine Festival has been a philanthropic force in the community, pumping $82.5 million into supporting the area’s children through grants to existing charities and the initiatives identified and created by the festival organizers. Each year, the event’s Meet the Kids Day brings home the message to attendees prior to the auction. Another integral part of the auction’s success, however, is the Friday night Vintner Dinners in the homes of festival trustees. On the surface, the dinners may seem like merely an opportunity to drink fine wine and sample amazing food. These elaborate fetes, though, also are designed to be incredibly special experiences that leave guests with a wonderful affinity for the hosts and their causes, which will translate into generous support the next day. The logistics of the dinners are impressive, starting with at least 180 wineglasses per dinner, down to elaborate themes, decor and invitations (page 78). Organizers believe the unique combination of providing powerful messages and experiences in a festive atmosphere will sustain the festival in its second decade, as it has been such a powerful success during its first. It’s a new year. Seize the day!

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TRENDS CRISP LINEN The typical summer fabric carries through to winter. BY KATHERINE LANDE Christian Louboutin taupe Indianna sling-back pump, Saks Fifth Avenue, Waterside Shops, Naples; linen bag with python trim detail, Prada, Bal Harbour, prada.com; Oscar de la Renta natural and black triple-strap Profilo sandal, Marissa Collections, Naples; linen canvas and leather Margaux bag, Max Mara, Waterside Shops

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YOUTHFUL GLOW The secret to younger looking skin may rest with a healthy lifestyle and a calm spirit, but the right antiaging product doesn’t hurt, either. We have a few favorites: Cellcosmet Precious Mask, a Swiss formula with precious earth and edelweiss extract, to densify and refine skin ($195, Marissa Collections); Dior Capture Totale Refirming Body Concentrate, rich in omega vitamins ($130, Nordstrom); Chanel Sublimage Essential Revitalizing Concentrate with golden flower from the Himalayas ($425, Saks Fifth Avenue); RéVive Intensité Moisture Serum Extreme for a continuous plumping effect ($350, Saks Fifth Avenue); and Guerlain Orchidée Impériale Eye and Lip Cream with tightening agents ($185, Saks Fifth Avenue).


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WELL-WRAPPED Hold off the chill with a mink scarf ($168). Kathryn’s Collection, Naples (239-434-1885)

VESTED INTEREST The Nic + Zoe leather and faux fur vest with removable collar ($278) is perfect for layering. Jami’s, Naples and Bonita Springs (239-262-4299, jamis-jcc.com)

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BAG BOYS For 10 years, handbag aficionados enjoyed the meticulous designs by Richard Lambertson (right) and John Truex under their label Lambertson Truex. After the company closed in 2009, Tiffany & Co. snatched up the duo, hiring them as exclusive design directors for the new Tiffany Leather Goods line. The designs, which launched this fall, feature clean lines, deep

and created with the highest standards. We hope to continue designing handbags that embody these characteristics and expand the company’s business in this new way.

and vivid colors, and wild textures in crocodile, snakeskin, calf and suede. The collection is made up of everyday, evening and clutch

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bags for women; cases, carryalls and totes for men; and gloves,

goal for Tiffany’s first collection?

wallets, organizers and card cases.

TRUEX: We are focused on the current Tiffany client who is looking for fashion and quality. They come to Tiffany for the finest jewelry designs, so it makes sense that they would look to us for the finest leather accessories.

Prior to their eponymous company, Lambertson served as design director of Gucci, CEO of Geoffrey Beene, and creative director and senior vice president of Bergdorf Goodman. Truex was the director of design and sourcing at ck Calvin Klein. Under their label, they shared the 2000 CFDA Accessory Designer of the Year and ACE Best New Accessories Designer honors. —Lola Thélin

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LAMBERTSON: We were interested in exploring inside Tiffany’s jewel box, and what we found was both fascinating and inspirational. The legacy of quality, fine materials and craftsmanship is apparent in Tiffany’s past and present. The leather collection is the latest in that legacy. In addition, we focused on the twenty-first-century woman and how she manages her day. We wanted to make her life fashionable and functional.

bag collection. What was it like to have this opportunity?

LAMBERTSON: Tiffany makes jewelry of lasting style. Our approach is similar in that we strive to design a collection that is both fashionable and enduring. Together we have created accessories with just these qualities. We feel that clients will find them beautiful and timeless. Tiffany established a simple, elegant aesthetic that is timeless, American in character, 32 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED

For more than 10 years, you were your own bosses at Lambertson Truex. What has been the biggest change working for Tiffany?

TRUEX: The biggest change is we are now able to design amazing accessories all day, every day. We have the luxury of arriving in the office in the morning and focusing on any design without interruption. It is rather amazing. What is your favorite design in the 2010 fall collection?

TRUEX: I love the bracelet bag in silk satin. It is available in 36 different colors. For day, I am in love with the small Manhattan satchel for its timeless shape and its effortless ease. Any hints of what to expect for the 2011 spring collection?

LAMBERTSON: The collection captures the newness of spring, which is so much about color. We’ve focused on a spectrum that goes from white to classic neutrals to brights in textures and shapes that are modern yet timeless. What is the perfect bag?

TRUEX: Anything that makes you happy and feel good. ◆


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GREEN WITH ENVY THE VIVID HUE OF EMERALDS POPS IN THESE GLITTERING PIECES. STRONG STATEMENT All eyes will be on you when you wear this stunning Chopard necklace, which features 13 pear-shaped emeralds and 815 diamonds set in 18-karat white gold. Price upon request. Saks Fifth Avenue, Waterside Shops (239-592-5900, chopard.com)

FLOWER POWER It’s easy being green with these floral white gold, diamond pavé and emerald earrings ($14,500). A. Jaron Fine Jewelry, Naples (239-293-2932, ajaron.com)

CUT CLASSIC Emerald-cut emerald ring accented with diamonds ($22,400) makes a classic statement. Carlson’s Fine Jewelry, Naples (239-263-8881)

CRAZY EIGHTS Zig and zag in a diamond and emerald bracelet with nearly 8 carats of each gem ($28,000). Cleopatra’s Barge, Naples (239-261-7952, cleopatrasbarge.com)

IN THE ROUND Light up the night with these emerald and white diamond chandelier earrings by Graff, set in platinum and 18-karat white gold. Price upon request. Saks Fifth Avenue, Waterside Shops (239-592-5900, graffdiamonds.com) 34 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED


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SKIN-SATIONAL THERAPY Beauty expert Linda Roberts, a native of Nashville and part-time Neapolitan, began her first beauty line in 1981 in Nashville. Her retail lines and stores mushroomed to include five stores in Tennessee, a thriving online business and an expanding line of products. The Therapy Systems line has achieved cult-like status, with fans in her home state, in Naples and with many celebrities. If the complexions of Reese Witherspoon, Faith Hill, Nicole Kidman and Ashley Judd are an indication, Therapy Systems’ active products—cleansers, toners, eye creams, renewing and retexturizing treatments and more—deliver real results. Therapy Systems has extended the line with makeup essentials online at thecosmeticmarket.com and therapysystems.com.

WELL TO DO New Year's resolutions often compel us to commit to healthy living—again. This time, make it stick by joining one of NCH Healthcare System’s Wellness Centers. The two Naples locations, the Briggs Center downtown, and the Whitaker Center in North Naples, offer such a broad spectrum of choices—Zumba, spinning, group power, yoga, Pilates and kickboxing, state-of-the-art strength and cardio equipment, swimming, and certified personal trainers—that there’s no excuse to forgo fitness. As part of NCH, the wellness aspects go beyond exercise options, with programs for back problems, post-cardiac rehab, education for osteoporosis, prenatal fitness and specialized plans for the elderly, as well as nutritional guidance from certified dieticians. In the new year, the centers welcome a new class. “In January, we will have group ride training. It’s similar to spinning, but it’s pre-choreographed and nationally tested to be safe and effective,” says NCH Director of Healthcare Beth Jameson.

SHELLAC ATTACK The cure for manicures these days is Shellac, a hybrid between gel and polish that has women comparing notes about how long their manicures last. The soak-off gel, which promises to last up to two weeks without flaking or chipping, became available May 1 and was instantly so popular, the creator, Creative Nail Design, was having as much difficulty keeping up with orders as early testers of the product had getting it to chip. The key is curing each of four coats under ultraviolet light, so the manicure is dry before you leave the salon. No more having someone fish your keys out of your purse post-manicure. Many nail and hair salons offer Shellac, including Get Nailed, Polished, Philip Douglas Salon and others, with a salon finder at cnd.com. Currently 12 shades are available (but can be layered for other shades), with 12 more being introduced in March.

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Kathryn Stockett’s debut novel, The Help, with its absorbing story set in Civil Rightsera Mississippi in the ’60s, took book clubs nationwide by storm. What hooks readers is the way the native Mississippian assumes a unique voice for each of the three main characters. As the guest speaker at The League Club’s luncheon February 11 at the Naples Grande Beach Resort, Stockett will rivet the attention of attendees. The event benefits the group’s Community Trust Fund. The League Club and related organizations have contributed more than $2 million to nonprofit organizations in Southwest Florida. Stockett talked with NI as she shuttled from the airport to her apartment in New York City. —Kat Smith ■ HAVE YOU BEEN TO NAPLES? We have. We’re in New York for 16 years, and that was a great getaway spot for us, because it would be freezing cold, and Naples would be 80 degrees. We’ve stayed at LaPlaya and The Ritz-Carlton. ■ WHY DO YOU THINK THE HELP RESONATES SO STRONGLY? I never thought about that while I was writing it. I sure was surprised myself. From what readers tell me, it takes them back to a time they remember and haven’t thought much about ever since. Or they’ll tell me, “Oh my gosh, I had no idea this was going on. Thanks for showing me a world I didn’t know existed.” ■ AND YOUR NEXT NOVEL? It’s during the Depression, in Mississippi also,

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FLOWER GIRL When Dale Westover entered the realm of motherhood, she felt she needed a hobby that would take her to a quiet place while being able to enjoy the outdoors. Gardening gave her that meditative experience she was hoping for. While renovating her own home in Naples, Westover created peaceful gardens surrounding her property, which led to a passion for nature. Now a master gardener, she owns Your Gifted Gardener, a company that designs and provides proper care for gardens at home or businesses. Westover currently provides services for local downtown businesses, such as Handsome Harry’s, Campiello and Café Lurcat. With more than 15 years of experience, she says “there is no better way to add bursts of color and life to your home and garden than with gorgeous planted containers to enjoy every day.” —Jenna Choate

FIT TO BE TRIED Bob Crosby logged 25 years in the fitness industry, providing 70,000 hours of instruction. Two years ago, he hit a professional mid-life crisis. In the midst of a career sabbatical in Pennsylvania, he created the concept of Bo’s Fitness Boot Camps. The training program incorporates the latest scientific methods for maximum fat loss and lean muscle development. Reinvigorated, he headed back to Naples with big goals and a new attitude. Crosby’s boot camp, which runs Monday to Friday morning at Fleischmann Park, is all about making people fit. While the program firms you up, five percent of Crosby’s after-tax profits fund programs to prevent childhood obesity. Crosby is currently identifying community partners who will engage in this battle and embrace his creed: Fit for living—fit for giving. —Christina Wells

ROLE MODELS Ever since Margaret Cardillo played Audrey Hepburn in a show at Pine Ridge Middle School, she’s been fascinated by the actress. “I found that not only is she lovely to look at, she’s great to learn from,” Cardillo says. “She worked her way up, received her first Oscar for Roman Holiday, and then gave it all away to help children around the world through UNICEF.” Cardillo, a one-time associate editor at Hyperion Books for children, earned a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing as a James A. Michener Fellow at the University of Miami. Inspired by Hepburn’s story, she decided to share it in a children’s book. “I was an avid reader when I was younger, and as an associate editor for children’s books, my love grew exponentially for them,” she says. The beautifully illustrated biography, Just Being Audrey, will be published by HarperCollins this month, and has been chosen as a children’s selection by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. —Jane Luer 42 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED


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To make Strip House Roasted Bacon Salad, Executive Chef John Schenk glazes a slab of medium-smoked Hatfield bacon with a mixture of dark molasses and pure maple syrup. Next he covers the slab with fresh ground black pepper. The bacon is placed on a rack and roasted for more than an hour. After cooling, the bacon is cut into quarter-inch-thick slices and cooked crisp to order. The chef adds Russian dressingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;a combination of mayonnaise, ketchup, chopped capers, dill relish and Tabascoâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to lightly dress the baby arugula. Small disks of red grape tomatoes finish the dish.

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Jane Wood, who opened Jane’s Restaurant off Third Street South in December 2005, has always been about good food, so when she opened The Jolly Cricket (right) in October 2009, she wanted to make sure she served a variety of high-quality dishes beyond typical British pub fare. She calls the cuisine at the Fifth Avenue South restaurant Empire Fusion, taking the best flavors from places where Great Britain has had influence—including the United States with a really great burger. “British Colonial Cuisine covers a vast region, from, of course, New York Times Noted Best of British Fish and Chips, to chicken curry from the Raj era, to Hong Kong spring rolls, to New Zealand lamb, etcetera,” she says. “Even Canadian bacon is covered, as Canada is still part of the British Commonwealth and headed by our queen.” One thing you won’t see Wood adopt is enormous American portions. “It’s so unhealthy,” she says. “That’s not my cup of tea, as we would say.”

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Naples Ice Cream Factory owners Tom and Amy Spinelli set out to create a space where family rules. While mom and dad satisfy sweet cravings, children enjoy treats at kid-size tables and color pictures to decorate the shop’s walls. “We wanted this to be a place where families can come and sit to enjoy their ice cream, instead of just grabbing something to go,” Amy Spinelli says. The only difficult part is choosing a flavor. For indecisive customers, the mini sampler takes that hassle away, offering five small scoops of any flavors piled gently in a crunchy waffle bowl. The Cone-Man, an upside-down ice cream cone in a bowl with whipped cream hair and sugar eyes, adds a sprinkle of whimsy. Naples Ice Cream Factory also delivers tasty fun to you, catering ice cream socials for neighborhood gatherings. —Jenna Choate

BACON AND BEACH The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club will serve Sunday brunch through May 29 in the resort’s Everglades Room (right), which offers views of the Gulf of Mexico. Gordon Banks’ jazz-infused contemporary stylings complement the artistry of Executive Chef Marwan Kassem’s carved meats, chicken and seafood entreés, and vegetarian pasta. A salad bar, fresh fruit, seasonal vegetables and breakfast favorites—including cheese blintzes with fruit sauce, eggs Benedict, pastries, waffles and pancakes—along with an assortment of desserts round out the offerings. “The resort’s Sunday brunch is a tradition for many Neapolitans,” says Jim Anderson, the resort’s food and beverage director. “It really is a great way to spend a Sunday.”

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LOTS OF DISTINCTION THE NAPLES WINTER WINE FESTIVAL BEGINS A NEW DECADE OF EXTRAORDINARY FUNDRAISING. BY MARK SPIVAK

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How can you put a price on perfection? That’s exactly what someone will do at this year’s Naples Winter Wine Festival January 28-30. Bruce and Cynthia Sherman, this year’s festival chairs, have assembled one of the most unusual and distinctive auction lots ever offered: 100 bottles of wine rated 100 points by either Wine Spectator or Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate. “We were fortunate to get remarkable donations from trustees, vintners and attendees,” Bruce Sherman says. “Each bottle is from an impeccable cellar, and, when taken together, they form a range of styles from Bordeaux to Napa and beyond.” The auction lot is a collector’s dream. Bordeaux first growths are well represented by Latour (1961, 1982, 1990, 2000 and 2003), Lafite (1996, 2000 and 2003) and Haut-Brion (1961, 1989 and 2005). Christian Moueix of

Château Pétrus, one of this year’s participating vintners, is offering his 1989, 1990 and 2000. A bottle of 1985 Romanée-Conti is worth more than $10,000 by itself. The New World entries include wines by Harlan Estate, Colgin Cellars, Screaming Eagle, Saxum Vineyards and Shafer Vineyards; Sine Qua Non donated all nine of their 100 point wines to the effort. Best of all, if a bidder fails to land the Perfection Lot, there are 70 other wine, travel and auction lots to choose from. The theme of the eleventh annual festival is “Uncorking a New Decade.” The structure of the weekend is similar to years past. It begins Friday evening with vintner dinners in the homes of the trustees. The auction itself will be held on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples, and guests will return to The Ritz on Sunday for the celebration brunch.


as the beginning in many ways. For him, the highlight is the Meet the Kids day on Friday, before the glittering event even starts, when attendees have the chance to see the effects of their generosity. “Given the economy, the need has never been greater,” he says. “The children need our help more that ever before, and we will rise to meet that challenge.” ◆ The Naples Winter Wine Festival auction's second decade starts with spectacular and singular lots.

As always, the lineup of wine personalities is remarkable. Part-time Neapolitans Grace and Ken Evenstad of Domaine Serene are the honored vintners this year, in recognition of their service to the festival. Along with Moueix, Bordeaux will be represented by Bernard de Laage de Meux from Château Palmer and Alfred Tesseron of Château Pontet-Canet. Marilisa Allegrini and Christina Mariani-May from Castello Banfi will carry the banner from Italy. New World giants include Bond Estates, Araujo Estate, Colgin, Constant Diamond Mountain Vineyard, Grace Family Vineyards and Torbreck. The celebrity chefs are no less impressive, but this year the brigade has been expanded to include emerging chefs from new restaurants. Spago’s Lee Hefter is the chef de cuisine, and he stands at the head of some impressive names: Eli Kaimeh (Per Se, New York), Christopher Lee (Aureole, New York), Tony Mantuano (Spiaggia, Chicago) and Michael Anthony (Gramercy Tavern, New York). They are joined by some of America’s exciting new chefs, such as Gabriel Kreuther (The Modern, New York), Jennifer Jasinski (Rioja, Denver), Michael Tusk (Quince, San Francisco) and Gabriel Rucker (Le Pigeon, Portland, Oregon). For Sherman, the main task as the festival enters its second decade is to find a way to sustain the funding for the 20 charities and more than 100,000 at-risk children who have been the beneficiaries. Even though an amazing $82.5 million was raised in the first 10 years, he sees it

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Raised in Africa, William Jones created Journeys by Design to provide as perfect a vacation as an African safari can be. The first thing I wanted, I told him, was to witness the vast migration on the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania, where each year, more than two million animals follow the rains that nourish the grasses they feed upon. Five minutes after landing on a dirt airstrip, a parade of ungainly wildebeests surges toward us. With horns too small for such large heads, these beasts seem slapped together from spare parts. Soon weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re surrounded by the herdâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;two to three thousand head, our driver estimates.

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Roughing it was never this luxurious (top). Visitors can expect to see a variety of animals, including giraffes and zebras.

We witness beautiful gazelles mingling with the wildebeests. Frisky zebra colts gambol about. Driving six miles to camp takes two hours, as we stop to admire giraffes craning their necks for succulent leaves, as well as elephants, lions, eagles and prairies black with wildebeests. Each day, soulful-eyed dik-diks, the tiniest antelopes, stare at us as we embark on game drives. After dark our butlers, armed with flashlights, escort us to our tents. How they would protect us from a lion attack only they know; thankfully we don’t need to find out. Jones has matched me with my canvas accommodations for this African adventure. Although a tent that folds up to be pitched later somewhere else sounds less than luxurious, this is a special tent. Each night I sleep on fine linens that have 52 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED

been turned down by my personal butler. Roughing it involves listening to the rhythmic sounds of buckets being filled with hot water to shower down on guests in private enclosures under the African sky. On the last evening in the Serengeti, we sit around a crackling fire, listening to tales of stealthy predators, pugnacious buffalos and barrel-shaped hippopotamuses. My lasting image is of the endless plains, blanketed by wildebeests and zebras. My second wish is to visit the Ngorongoro Crater. Jones places me in a huge suite in the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. The pink stucco walls curl around sitting areas with wood-burning fireplaces, past free-standing tubs under domes hung with crystal chandeliers, to a mammoth four-post bed. Large, free-form patios sprawl outdoors. The 100-square-mile volcanic bowl spreads out below, viewed from the lodge’s priceless perch on the rim of the crater. But where are the animals? We see grasslands, sheer walls, Lake Magadi plopped down off-center, but not a sign of life. Only when we descend do we realize how high the lodge sits. On the way down, the driver halts by three stately Masai war-

This month’s Naples Winter Wine Festival auction includes a unique, private, all-inclusive Kenyan safari donated by Journeys by Design. One couple will have their own unforgettable six-night African adventure, visiting three private game reserves where each camp is solar-powered and constructed of thatch and local materials. Created by Tamimi, an eco-tourism adventure company, the excursion will be ultra-luxurious while showcasing the magnificent natural surroundings.

riors arrayed in brilliant robes who agree to be photographed for a fee. Shortly after, we stop again near a large hawk sitting in an acacia tree. Finally, on an immense circular plain, we behold one of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. Vehicles are restricted to park roads. No matter. The nonchalant animals cause traffic jams, as enthralled visitors gape at them from an arm’s length away. Millions of years have passed since the Ngorongoro Crater was formed. In few places do peaks, plains, valleys and lakes coexist in such proximity. The magnificent landscape we see is much the same as the one that Stone Age, Iron Age and pastoral ancestors saw. At this moment, we are the most recent—and most privileged—inhabitants. (journeysbydesign.com) ◆


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You’d buy this car just to hear its bad-to-the-bone exhaust note. Its off-kilter rugga-rugga-rugga cacophony is the sound of Arnold Schwarzenegger gargling with roofing nails, played through the speakers at a Metallica concert. Just gaze at its pipes. Sprouting from beneath that rear bumper is a quartet of chromium-plated Howitzers. Blip the throttle and it’s like Godzilla clearing his throat. Unless rain is pouring down like a summer afternoon deluge, or our mid-August humidity is replicating the steam-room swelter at The Ritz-Carlton spa, you’d never want to drive this car with its top raised. Only with the top down and the windows lowered can you hear this orgy of octaves, this bevy of basso profundo. We could be talking about the latest bad-boy Mustang or tricked-up, big-block Chevy Camaro. But we’re not. This is the Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG, a $139,925 hot rod that’s motivated by a 518-horsepower, V-8 sledgehammer hand-built by the Mercedes in-house tuning wizards at AMG. Think of it as Daniel Craig playing Bond in Casino Royale. On the outside, it’s all Brioni tux elegance and suave, shaken-not-stirred cool. But in a flash, it’s a seismic explosion of raw anger and pugilistic pummeling. 54 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED

Don’t believe me? Try out the car’s so-called Race Start feature— perfect for being first to the door for Saks Fifth Avenue’s Friends and Family discount. Select the manual sport mode for the seven-speed auto transmission. Now slot the lever into drive and hold the brake pedal with your left foot. Floor the accelerator with your right foot, and with the tach needle hovering at the 4,000-rpm mark, simply step off the brake. The SL’s computing brain will then ensure a full afterburner, tire-smokin’, maximum-velocity takeoff, which translates into zero-to-60-mph acceleration in a mere 4.4 seconds. Okay, childish, I know. But for a car that weighs as much as a small pachyderm— 4,468 pounds for those who are counting—that’s explosively fast. You’ll adore this car. It’s fast, it’s furious, but somehow manages to retain an aura of refined elegance. In laid-back, top-down, going-to-the-restaurant mode, it is happy to burble along making few demands on the driver. Pull back on the center console flap and the power hardtop will whirr closed in just 16 seconds. Fritter away an extra two grand, and you can even get the roof with a panoramic glass panel to let in sunbeams. Then the SL becomes just a perfect, car-for-all-seasons, closed coupe.


But winter in Florida is convertible nirvana, for feeling the warm sun on your face and the gentle breeze in your hair. What about last winter’s January/February chill? Don’t worry, the Mercedes has you covered, courtesy of its highly innovative Airscarf feature. At the touch of a button, toasty-warm air flows from vents in the front-seat head restraints, acting like an invisible scarf—cashmere, naturally—around the neck and head. With the top lowered, the side windows raised, the mesh wind-blocker in the locked and upright position, and the Airscarf on full blast, it could be 20 below and driving topless would be a truly delightful experience. While you can get the same open-air delight in a regular $103,475 SL550, the reason you hand over that extra $36,450 is for the excitement of AMG tuning. You get it in the SL63’s fighter-jet exterior styling. On the hood are bigger cooling intakes, and on the sides more dramaticlooking power vents. Contoured side skirts also carry the angry, razor-edged lines of the bolder front bumper to the back, where an AMG rear apron emphasizes the beamy width of the car. Throw in

a set of racy, AMG-designed 19-inch rims, and you have a car that looks all set to run hot laps at Daytona. Drive it like you stole it and, despite its bulk, the car simply shrinks around you. With steering that’s surgically precise and tires that stick like lint to velvet, the SL carves curves as if running on invisible rails. Naturally, when you want it to be, it can

be brutally fast. Come up behind slower traffic on a two-lane country road, see the gap up ahead, click down two gears with the steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and the car rockets past. And there it is again, that truly awesome exhaust that rips and roars even louder as the revs soar. Maybe that’s what the SL in SL63 stands for—Stupendously Loud. Enjoy. ◆

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TOWER OF POWER AT MORE THAN 1,000 HORSEPOWER, THE $1.4 MILLION, SWEDISH-BUILT KOENIGSEGG CCXR SETS THE SUPERCAR STANDARD. BY HOWARD WALKER PHOTOGRAPHY BY GARETH ROCKLIFFE/SODERQUIST PHOTOGRAPHY

An astonishing 1,018—that’s the insane amount of horsepower Koenigsegg CCXR’s twin-supercharged V-8 engine produces. That much muscular power would be mightily impressive if it were motivating a Mack truck or an Amtrak locomotive. But it’s actually powering a twoseat sportscar that tips the scales at a featherlight 2,821 pounds. In human terms, that’s the equivalent of a Bolshoi ballerina. On a crash diet. So what happens when you bolt this dynamic nuclear-like power plant into the equivalent of a Tupperware container on wheels? Simple. You get the kind of acceleration that only fighter pilots experience on full afterburner. Think zero to 60 mph in a sizzling 2.9 seconds. Zero to 120 mph in a blistering 8.9 seconds. And a mind-warping top speed of 259 mph. Just don’t label the sensational $1.4 million Koenigsegg CCXR as a mere supercar. What we have here is the world’s first hyper-car. Koenigs-what, you ask? The CCXR is the wild creation of brilliant Swedish car designer, Christian von Koenigsegg. (For the record, it’s pronounced KOHnig-segg.) We’ll forgive you for not having heard of him. Although Koenigsegg started building his hyper-car in 2002 after six years of development, total worldwide production only recently passed the 80car milestone. While just a handful of cars have found their way into the U.S. market, that could change, now that the

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The Koenigsegg CCXR, a different kind of Swedish supermodel.


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Koenigsegg is legal in 49 states—California certification is on its way—and now that the company has set up its first U.S. sales operation. Interestingly, the headquarters for that operation is in Naples. The man in charge is well-known local car guru, Kim Pemberton. The driving force behind the local Naples Ferrari Club, Pemberton founded the Cars on Fifth show held every February in downtown Naples.

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“Naples makes a perfect location for Koenigsegg North America. There is a strong exotic car community here and a number of very enthusiastic collectors,” Pemberton says. The sensational Koenigsegg CCXR we’re driving is owned by a Naples-based businessman who, believe it or not, also owns a second Koenigsegg, a $2.2 million Trevita that’s one of only three built. The CCXR attracts comparisons with its


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only true rival, the 1,001-hp Bugatti Veyron, which ranges from $1.5 million to $2.4 million. But while the Veyron has similarly staggering performance, it’s more of a luxurious grand tourer, whereas this sexy Swede is more the hard-edged, nimble, agile rocketship. Credit much of its agility and bullet-out-ofa-gun performance to its ultralight, yet incredibly stiff carbon fiber body. It’s a body that defines the word compact. Measuring just 169 inches nose to tail, it’s actually six inches shorter than a Porsche 911. And from ground to the top of its roof, it’s a mere 44 inches. But, boy, is it gorgeous to look at, with its wild, 180-degree helmet and visor-like windshield, its stubby, racecar nose and its long,

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long, sloping roofline. If a car could be mistaken for a fighter jet, this is it. Painted black, with those neon red accents, this is the automotive equivalent of a Stealth Bomber. And climbing aboard involves one of the best party tricks you’ll ever see in a car. Reach into the side intake, press the hidden release button, and watch in amazement as the door pivots away from the body and does a beautiful forward barrel roll ending up vertical. Perform it outside the Starbucks on Fifth Avenue South, and you’re guaranteed to get applause. For a car seemingly not much bigger than a bathtub, it’s exceptionally spacious and comfy inside. Even with the removable top in


place there’s no shortage of headroom, while the body-hugging seat has plenty of rearward travel space for excellent legroom. Press two buttons simultaneously on the car’s funky, Star Trek-worthy circular control pad and the big V-8 churns away behind your right ear before detonating into life. Like a hard-core racecar motor, it chatters and chugs at idle, leaving you in no doubt of the 32 valves and quartet of camshafts working away. If Al Gore were into 250-mph hyper-cars, he’d love the CCXR. That’s because its V-8 is perfectly happy to run on E85 gas (a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline). This capability not only makes its exhaust emissions as clean as those of a four-cylinder economy hatchback, but the cooling properties of ethanol in the engine’s combustion

chamber create a big boost in power from the stock engine’s 806 hp to the CCXR’s extraordinary 1,018 hp. What does all that power feel like? Pull back on the right-side paddle shifter controlling the six-speed manu-matic transmission to slide into first, punch the accelerator, and get ready for liftoff. The lunge away from the line squeezes you hard into the seatback. Then, as the tach needle sweeps past the 4,000-rpm mark, you feel as if the air is being squeezed out of your lungs. Past 6,000 rpm, all hell breaks loose as the V-8 howls and screams like a demon, and you can only hang on for dear life. This is without doubt one of the most exciting, most mind-blowing, most thrilling cars to roll on four wheels. A thousand-plus Swedish horses will do that to a car. ◆ JANUARY 2011 71


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TECHNOLOGY ALLOWS A COUPLE OF BUSY REALTORS TO CONTINUE WORKING WHILE CIRCUMNAVIGATING WATERWAYS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. BY KATHY BECKER

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hip Harris and Michele Peppe have a message for anyone thinking about doing something monumental this new year. “Seize the day,” Harris says. “This isn’t a dress rehearsal,” Peppe says. They practiced what they preach in 2007 when they left their Naples dock to travel 31 months and nearly 7,000 miles on the Great Loop, which circumnavigates Eastern North America, all the while maintaining their busy real estate business. They weren’t on the water all the time for those months; instead they took up to 14 weeks at a time to go about 40 to 50 miles a day during the summer or early fall. At the end of each leg, they would dry-dock the boat until they could pick up where they left off the next year. Harris and Peppe stayed in touch with the business and customers via the Internet, and had staff who stayed behind to handle the business, including two of Harris’s daughters. “We had great staff supporting us,” Harris says. “I don’t think we lost any income, or that our customers were unhappy.” “Many of our customers were thrilled for us,” Peppe says. “We were very hands-on with the business, and it was great networking.” The America’s Great Loop Cruisers’ Association hosts twice-a-year gatherings for boaters who have completed or are contemplating the trip. Among the 200 boaters at a 2009 72 NAPLES ILLUSTRATED


Clockwise, from top left: Sunrise in Picton, Ontario. Ithaka at Mile Zero in Norfolk, Virginia. The St. Louis Arch from the boat. Michele Peppe and Chip Harris with Ithaka in Waterford, New York, on the Erie Canal. The American Great Loop Cruising Association burgee on the boat identified them to other â&#x20AC;&#x153;Loopers.â&#x20AC;? When they completed the trip, they received a burgee of a different color.

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Ithaka at Bobby’s Fish Camp on the Tombigbee River in Alabama; Captain Harris gives thumbs up upon “crossing her wake” in Gordon Pass on the return to Naples.

gathering, Harris and Peppe were the only ones who worked while completing the trip. “We didn’t meet anyone else who did it and worked,” Peppe says. “Most were in their 60s, 70s and 80s, but all with a sense of adventure.” Harris is surprised more people don’t do the loop. “This country is so amazing,” he says. “But people don’t take the time to see it.” A typical day while traveling would start at 5 a.m., with Harris and Peppe working for a couple of hours maintaining the website. Yet they didn’t rush the voyage to keep up with business, and they found time to

The living quarters during the trip; Michele Peppe sorts out the charts as the boat’s first mate.

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meet friends and family as they traveled. “We tried to go slowly and enjoy stops at different cities,” Harris says. Along the Hudson River, they took three weeks to travel 150 miles by water, visiting favorite historical sites. They’re both history buffs. They are both also avid boaters, but the idea for the trip started with Harris. “It was my fault,” he says. “I’ve always been fascinated by travel by boat. It was a Bucket List thing.” Instead of waiting until retiring to pursue their dream, which is the case for most boaters who complete the Loop, they decided to go while they are both young

and healthy, and the route is still open to boaters. “Inland waterways are filling in,” Harris says. “In time, you will not be able to do it.” Still, deciding to go was not a rash decision. They researched different boats before buying their 40-foot Mainship trawler. They named her Ithaka, after the Greek poem by Constantine P. Cavafy: “But don’t in the least hurry the journey. Better it last for years, so that when you reach the island you are old, rich with all you have gained on the way.” Harris got his captain’s license, ensuring he was up to speed on safety and navigation


Entering one of more than 100 locks on the trip. Bottom: The Trent-Severn Waterway in Canada.

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Clockwise, from top left: Ithaka going to drydock after the first leg of the trip. Lighthouse at Barnegat Inlet, New Jersey. Baltimoreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Inner Harbor. Harris looks at the Hudson River Valley. Ithaka going over the road on the train rail.

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Ithaka at anchor in Georgian Bay, Canada.

issues. They took practice trips on their boat for three years to learn the instruments and become comfortable before they began the first leg. “We are goal-oriented, and we’ll do whatever it takes to get there,” Harris says. “We are always thinking ahead,” Peppe says. “The planning is half the fun.” As they prepared, they learned they are compatible boaters. “In life, Chip and I are equals,” Peppe says. “We have such respect for each other. But on a boat, there’s only one captain. The last decision has to be his. You don’t secondguess; you just can’t.” So when they were docking or negotiating one of more than 100 locks on the trip, Peppe would address him as captain to the surprise of friends. “We are great boat mates,” she says. “We lived in 400 square

feet with one head. We’ve got great hand signals and finish each others’ sentences.” Still, Peppe found herself sometimes homesick for children and grandchildren, so she posted a blog (Discovering Ithaka.blogspot.com) of their progress. Highlights included watching fireworks in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, as well as seeing monuments like the St. Louis Arch from the water. They saw the monarch butterfly migration and white pelicans. It was also amazing to travel for hours without seeing another boat, human or building. “In some places there was nothing but God and what He put there,” Harris says. Travel wasn’t always easy. In the harbor in Annapolis, Maryland, they got caught in some small storms that came up quickly and didn’t show on radar. Harris

was able to order Peppe below in time for five to six minutes of 60-mph winds that blew out the zippers and windows of the boat’s cover. Another time, Peppe slipped and fell from the top of the boat to the bottom, breaking several ribs and sending her to the emergency room. When the paper map and the electronic chart did not agree, they had to determine their own course in unfamiliar waters. “There were three or four incidents,” Harris says. “But it’s more dangerous to drive a boat from Keewaydin to Naples on a Sunday afternoon than this trip.” When they returned to Florida waters in late 2009, dolphins began to play in their wake. “It was really cool and spiritual,” Peppe says. “Every day was a new adventure. You can’t help but be happy when you are on a boat.” ◆ JANUARY 2011 77


HEAVENLY

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Clockwise, from top left: The Now & Zen dinner in 2005 at the Shermans’ home, co-hosted with Linda and Jim Malone. Food by Chef David Waltuck of Chanterelle at the Shermans’ 2009 dinner. Decanting wine at the 2007 dinner.

Each year on the night before the Naples Winter Wine Festival charity auction, limousines ferry guests throughout Naples for one of 17 vintner dinners. The parties are private, and sometimes cloaked in mystery until the guests arrive. It would seem the food and wine on the menu would be special enough, with the best vintners and chefs from around the globe paired to create incredible multicourse meals. The trustees of the festival, who host the dinners, open their spectacular homes, but they don’t stop there—they build a memorable experience around a theme, with decor, personal invitations, entertainment and gifts—often year after year. “The dinners are creative, always elegant, always memorable. If they weren’t, people wouldn’t be coming back,” says Cynthia Sherman, who is co-chairing the festival January 28-30 with her husband, Bruce, and hosting

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their sixth vintner dinner. “The whole idea of this is for it to be out-of-this-world special. If people continue to feel this way about the festival, it will keep the enthusiasm going the next day.” It’s that formula—extravagant festivities that result in extravagant generosity—that has Sherman so excited about chairing the first auction of the festival’s second decade, as well as spending months and months planning each dinner she has hosted at her home. “The thing that’s so amazing about the magic is having a fabulous time and giving a lot,” she says. “I love being creative. You want to come up with something that makes you excited. [Trustee] Bob Clifford says if you extend yourself and go out of your way for people, they will extend themselves the next day.” She and Bruce co-hosted a vintner dinner shortly after they became trustees in 2005 in their new home—really new. They moved in the night before the dinner.


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Above left and left: A Native American dancer and decor from the Malones’ Dream Catcher dinner. Above right: Hors d’oeuvres from the Shermans’ 2009 Starry, Starry Night dinner. Above: A tablescape from the Shermans’ 2006 Jestures of Kindness dinner.

Above and right: Italian rose candles and decor, and Sine Qua Non wine from the Shermans’ 2007 Essential Indulgences dinner.

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Above and right: Linda and Jim Malone’s home, decorated for their Dream Catcher dinner.


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“I’ve never done anything of this scale before, and neither has Bruce,” she says. “I had no idea. We didn’t even have mops. I was just so happy to be in. Bruce was really smart to invite the contractor to the dinner so we were sure it was finished.” Under the guidance of Trustee Linda Malone, who has hosted or co-hosted a dinner every year since the festival started, the Shermans were successful, and agreed to host again. “It’s a matter of experience,” Sherman says. “You learn it’s best to dress the tables the night before. I didn’t know you should put paper down in the kitchen to protect the floors.” Malone’s approach is to design the dinners herself, from selecting the theme to writing the description, to researching and locating entertainment. “I try to have a thread of continuity through the whole evening,” she says. “The thread makes people feel comfortable, even if they can’t put their finger on it.” One example is a dinner Malone hosted where Screaming Eagle wine was served. She selected a Native American theme, playing off dream catchers, which are often

Clockwise, from top: The table settings for the 2006 Jestures of Kindness dinner at the Shermans’ home. Screaming Eagle wine that inspired the Dream Catcher theme at the Malones’ dinner. Tablescape for the Now & Zen dinner in 2005.

woven with eagle feathers. In a long, narrow tent, she created a single table for 42 guests under giant, custom dream catchers. She brought in dancers in full tribal regalia, a rescued live eagle named Gracie, and an opera singer who performed songs from Pocahontas. Another theme was Supernovas, with a bubble over the pool projecting scenes from space movies, and a Lucite table with a moonscape underneath. She asked everyone to wear white except the vintner, Ann Colgin, who wore blue. “When a supernova explodes, [it is] blue,” Malone says. “I like getting into it. I feel a huge responsibility to ensure our guests have a marvelous time, and that the experience is very special. You want to leave everyone feeling good about our mission and having fun.” Sherman says despite the planning, she has also learned to accept any glitches with humor. At her second dinner in 2006, themed Jestures of Kindness, planner Matthew Huddleston of 50-Fifty Floral Art dressed a mannequin in a harlequin costume as part of the decor. It was a hit, so Sherman wanted to repeat the element at her next dinner, Essential Indulgences. She asked for a mannequin dressed as Marie Antoinette. Huddleston, who has planned decor for all of JANUARY 2011 81


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Clockwise, from top: Servers, table setting and flowers at the Shermans’ 2007 Essential Indulgences dinner, featuring Chef Daniel Boulud. Food from the 2006 Jestures of Kindness Dinner by Chef Charlie Palmer of Aureole.

the Shermans’ and Malones’ dinners, as well as many others, only had a male mannequin available. No crisis. The figure became Murray Antoinette to the amusement of the guests. Another plan to have large Olympic torches for centerpieces for the Shermans’ 2008 Go for the Gold theme resulted in torches that worked very briefly. “If you wanted to see the flame, you had to stand on the chair,” Sherman says, laughing. Because the wine dinners are five courses, each with a different wine—typically for 18 couples—most regular dinner hosts buy their own Riedel glasses. Any broken glasses or dishes are usually from their own settings. “One year we lost 20 glasses,” Sherman says. “We had a bad dishwasher.” The planning process begins when trustees are assigned a chef and vintner for their dinner, usually sometime during the summer prior to the festival. Themes are also assigned, or trustees can come up with their own. Sherman says once a theme is selected, the next step is

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designing the custom invitation to be sent to each guest. “Invitations create excitement,” Sherman says. “You want it to knock your socks off.” The decor follows. For the Indulgences theme, pink rose candles Sherman found in Italy helped direct the decor. For a Starry, Starry Night theme in 2009, table settings were designed to evoke the van Gogh painting, with blue and yellow lighting creating the mood. “The lighting made the house look like the painting,” Sherman says. “We had artist palettes for name tags. It’s all about the details.” For the Go for the Gold dinner, the Shermans had medals made for each guest. “People go to a lot of trouble for these dinners,” Sherman says. “The trustees take this very seriously. People are doing special things. There are all kinds of personalities for dinners, with a lot of creativity.” The Shermans did not host dinners for two years, instead attending dinners at other trustees’ homes. The dinner they attended at Bob and Joan Cliffords’ home was themed Come Fly with Us, and Sherman says they made their home look like the interior of an airplane. Anne Welsh McNulty and Ann Bain, who co-host a dinner each year, are known for bringing in tribute bands that have guests dancing into the morning. For their dinner this year, the Shermans have selected the theme Decanting the Divine. She wouldn’t reveal too many details, to keep it special for the guests, but she says her furniture will be removed, and the house will look like wine is being poured. Named entertainment will finish off the festivities. “Hosts are very generous, because they appreciate the generosity of those who attend,” Sherman says. “It’s a lot of work, but it’s work that is very worthwhile. You really want people to have fun. You have an abundance of things in your life, and this is the moment you want to give back. If you give wealth, you are doing something wonderful, and if you have fun at the same time as giving, that’s what makes the festival so successful.” ◆


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BOSOM BUDDIES BREAST CANCER SUPPORT Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support offers physical, emotional and educational support for those fighting the disease. Money raised is used to help the uninsured and underinsured of Collier County and Bonita Springs who are undergoing diagnosis and treatment. 239-417-4600 bbbcsi.org

NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN The ninth annual Naples Botanical Garden Trunk Show is February 11-12, showcasing fashion, jewelry and home décor in all price ranges, including botanically inspired signature pieces. Get an early look at the items during the February 10 patron party, featuring live entertainment and dinner by the bite. 4820 Bayshore Drive, Naples 239-643-7275 | naplesgarden.org

THE LEAGUE CLUB The club’s annual fundraising luncheon, set for February 11 at Naples Grande Beach Resort, will feature Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help. Proceeds will be used to support the efforts of non-profit agencies throughout Southwest Florida. Over the years, The League Club has contributed more than $2 million through its Community Trust Fund. 239-353-3100 theleagueclub.org

GARDEN OF HOPE AND COURAGE Ladies of Southwest Florida once again will gather in the Garden of Hope and Courage for the second Little Black Dress Garden Party, scheduled February 22 and presented by PNC Wealth Management. The evening starts with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and surprises, followed by a “dinner in motion.” 239-434-6697 gardenofhopeandcourage.org


NAPLES ILLUSTRATED’S GUIDE TO THE AREA’S TOP MEDICAL ADVISERS

Relevant questions and answers about medical care, procedures and the latest treatment options available in and around Naples.

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE


Dialogue with a Doctor MICHAEL SMITH, M.D. Premiere Radiation Oncology 955 10th Ave. N., Naples (239) 325-1440 premiereradiationoncology.com I HAVE JUST BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH EARLY-STAGE BREAST CANCER. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Two things: First, chances are good your cancer is curable. Second, you must now choose how to treat it. Your choices are mastectomy, with or without reconstruction, or breast conservation to keep your breast. This involves a “package deal” of lumpectomy to remove the tumor, a procedure to check the lymph nodes and radiation to the breast. Most women choose to keep their breast. I’VE CHOSEN TO KEEP MY BREAST. WHAT RADIATION CHOICES DO I HAVE? Many patients get whole breast radiation once a day, five days a week for about six weeks. The treatments are only 10 minutes each. Some patients are candidates for partial breast radiation, which involves placement of a catheter into the tumor cavity. A computer-controlled radioactive pellet is run into the catheter to treat the tumor cavity. These treatments are given twice daily, morning and afternoon, for five days. These treatments last about 10 minutes each. I LIVE HERE. CAN I GET MY CHOICE OF THESE TREATMENTS LOCALLY? Yes, you can. Premiere Radiation Oncology provides every treatment option, so you can receive world-class care here at home.

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE


DIALOGUE WITH A DOCTOR

CHAUNDRE CROSS, M.D.

DAVID K. ORNSTEIN, M.D.

21st Century Oncology 733 4th Ave. N, Naples (239) 434-0166 21stcenturyoncology.com

Advanced Urology & Robotic Surgery 733 Fourth Ave. N, Naples (239) 403-9503 robotic-urology.com

HOW CAN YOU IMPROVE ON RAPIDARC RADIOTHERAPY FOR PROSTATE CANCER? In terms of treating prostate cancer with radiotherapy, the treating physician must account for prostate motion. The only continuous prostate tracking system available is Calypso. Calypso allows continuous tracking of the prostate gland during radiation therapy treatment. That means much less toxicity to normal surrounding tissue, such as the bladder and rectum.

WHAT ARE THE BEST METHODS TO DETECT PROSTATE CANCER, AND WHO NEEDS TO BE CHECKED? Since prostate cancer typically does not cause symptoms until it has grown to an advanced stage, it is important for men over age 50 (40 if they have a family history) to undergo prostate cancer screening with a PSA blood test and a digital rectal examination.

WHAT IS THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE IN RADIATION TREATMENT FOR CANCER? 21st Century Oncology continues to invest in the latest cancer-curing technology available and is the only practice with high-definition RapidArc, Tomotherapy, Trilogy, CyberKnife, Calypso and the revolutionary TrueBeam. TrueBeam enables a radical new approach that expands radiotherapy treatment options for even the most challenging cases. The TrueBeam platform for image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery is the first fully integrated system designed from the ground up to treat a moving target with unprecedented speed and accuracy. It is similar to having a RapidArc and CyberKnife machine all in one.

HOW CAN THE DAVINCI SURGICAL ROBOT BE USED TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR PROSTATE CANCER SURGERY? In the hands of an experienced and skilled robotic surgeon, the DaVinci robot improves surgical precision and accuracy. Therefore, men undergoing robotic surgery for prostate cancer experience less bleeding, reduced post-operative pain, and shorter and more complete recovery than men undergoing traditional open radical prostatectomy.

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE


DIALOGUE WITH A DOCTOR

ALEXIA MARCIANO, M.D. The Centre for Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery 9975 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 1, Naples (239) 513-1117 DO I NEED A “TUMMY TUCK” OR LIPOSUCTION? Abdominoplasty, the formal name for a “tummy tuck,” involves removing skin, tissue and fat from the abdomen, repairs abdominal muscles and leaves a scar across the lower abdomen. It is a much more invasive and complex surgery with a longer, more painful and restricted recovery compared to liposuction. There are many different types of liposuction. Depending which technique is used, liposuction can result in the permanent removal of more fat and greater skin tightening than a tummy tuck without removing skin or requiring stitches. Liposuction patients are back to work and can exercise immediately and rarely need ibuprofen. Liposuction that reshapes the entire body (including the hips, waist, back and thighs) is known as Body Sculpting; a tummy tuck affects only the front of the abdomen.

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE


LUXURY PREVIEW

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Naples Illustrated showcases the area’s luxurious residences on the market


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9779 BENTGRASS BEND • $6,395,000 (F)

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BRIGHTON #1702 • $2,750,000

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BRIGHTON #1704 • $2,695,000

SALERNO #1503 • $1,995,000

1691 PERSIMMON DRIVE • $1,949,000

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TOSCANA #502 • $1,599,000

MARQUESA #403 • $1,500,000

1481 VIA PORTOFINO • $1,450,000

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LUSH TROPICAL LIVING ADDRESS 7084 Verde Way, Naples DEVELOPMENT Isle Verde at Pelican Bay YEAR BUILT 1996 OFFERED AT $1.95 million SIZE 3,622 square feet under air, 4,159 total

SPECIAL FEATURES This home has been lovingly updated and transformed into an exquisite residence for discerning owners. Enter through impressive double entry doors into your private, lush, tropical courtyard. This single-level island villa will enhance your active entertaining lifestyle. All living areas in the main house open onto the pool courtyard and gar-

dens. With a full bath and morning bar, your cabana suite will pamper you and your guests with privacy and convenience. FOR INFORMATION Victoria Harrison, 239-269-5400 VH@victoriaharrison.com Downing-Frye Realty Inc. www.VictoriaHarrison.com


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PARK SHORE - PROVENCE #1003 - Gu lf views, 3BR/4.5BA + den stunningly decorated by Collins & DuPont. Beachfront building, boat dock available. $3,175,000 Otto Becker | 239.250.6808 | otto.becker@sothebysrealty.com

BAY COLONY - BILTMORE #1002 - Enjoy unobstructed Sunrise and Sunset Views from this 3BR-3BA 10th Floor residence including a beach/poolside cabana. $2,849,000 Ann M. Nunes | 239.860.0949 | ann.nunes@sothebysrealty.com

PARK SHORE - LE CIEL VENETIAN TOWER #1205 - Panoramic views of Venetian Bay from the 64ft. lanai of this immaculate, 3BR/3BA. Gated entry, boat dock available. $1,350,000 Otto Becker | 239.250.6808 | otto.becker@sothebysrealty.com

OLD NAPLES - PARKSIDE OFF FIFTH #202 - Sophisticated urban living! High-end quality, uniquely designed one-of-a-kind 3BR/3.5BA + den. Walk to beach. $1,349,000 Richard/Susie Culp | 239.290.2200 | richard.culp@sothebysrealty.com

PARK SHORE - VENETIAN VILLAS #500 - Imagine a picture postcard lifestyle in Naples’ most photographed landmark building. Beautifully renovated. Boat docks. $1,199,000 Patrick O’Donnell | 239.250.3360 | patrick.odonnell@sothebysrealty.com

PELICAN BAY - POINTE I #203 - Completely renovated 2nd floor, 3BR plus den with private elevator, glassed-in lanai and 2-car attached garage. $1,150,000 Richard/Susie Culp | 239.290.2200 | richard.culp@sothebysrealty.com

PINE RIDGE

PARK SHORE - ESPLANADE CLUB #202 - Wonderful Gulf-front 2+den with beachhouse atmosphere. Updated building. Docks for purchase/rent on Venetian Bay. $895,000 Phyllis O’Donnell | 239.269.6161 | phyllis.odonnell@sothebysrealty.com

Totally renovated, stunning 5BR/3BA + family room, 3-car garage estate home! On 1.37 acres, heated pool and spa. $895,000

Bernie Garabed | 239.571.2466 | bernie.garabed@sothebysrealty.com

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CAP FERRAT

#503 GULF & SUNSET VIEWS 4/4 3650 SQ FT! MARBLE FLOORS! VERY SPECIAL! $1,995,000

ST. NICOLE

#505 WIDE GULF, BAY & SUNSET VIEWS! UPGRADES! END UNIT! $799,000

LUGANO

#101 3/2 VALUE! LAKE VIEWS IN 3 DIRECTIONS, TOTALLY RENOVATED! $659,000

PINECREST

817 BENTWOOD DR. PRIVATE POOL HOME! DESIGNER TILE. REMODELED! $849,000

CRESCENT

8464 ABBINGTON CIR. OVER 2400 SQ FT 3/2/DEN/PLUS POWDER ROOM. BRIGHT SE GOLF COURSE VIEWS! $795,000

GULFSIDE

#702 2/2 GULF VIEW VALUE! DIRECTLY ON THE SAND! HEAR THE WAVES! $599,000

ST. PIERRE

ST. RAPHAEL

#804 THROUGH VIEWS FROM GULF TO GOLF COURSE! CHARMING! $660,000

#1709 GULF SUNSETS; 10 FT CEILINGS,UPGRADED CORNER UNIT $2,095,000

ST. KITTS

TIERRA MAR VILLA

#901 CONTEMPORARY RENOVATIONS! GULF & SUNSETS! 3/2.5 $965,000

ST. PIERRE

#1501 GULF VIEWS FROM END UNIT! 3/3 REAL VALUE! 2 TERRACES. $949,000

BREAKWATER

#202 2/2 +DEN TREEHOUSE GREEN VIEWS! VAULTED CEILINGS! $475,000

ST. LAURENT

#704 BRIGHT GULF VIEWS FROM SW END UNIT. UPGRADES! WOW! $995,000

BAYPOINT AT VANDERBILT

#604 BAY VIEWS &TOP FLOOR TURNKEY AND ALL NEW! 3/2 + DOCK! $699,000

#572 SW LAKE VIEWS FROM SPACIOUS PRIVATE VILLA/ POOL. $1,095,000

ST. KITTS

#1601 3/2.5 AMAZING GULF VIEWS! REMODELED & FURNISHED! $995,000

ST. PIERRE

ST. RAPHAEL

#905 GULF & SUNSET VIEWS 4/4 RESORT COMPLEX! STUNNING! $1,995,000

ST. KITTS

#502 WATER VIEWS! BEST BUY IN PRICE RANGE BY FAR. 2/2 $439,000

HYDE PARK

A #206 3/2.5/DEN GOLF & LAKE VIEWS! RARE! SUNNY & INVITING DECOR! $695,000

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CAP FERRAT

#904 GULF VIEWS, SUNSETS 4/4 ENSUITE. UPGRADES GALORE! STONE FLOORS! $2,695,000

ST. NICOLE

#1103 LOVELY BAY & GULF VIEWS! WELL PRICED! READY TO GO! FURNISHED! $569,000

ST. KITTS

#1403 2/2 GULF VIEWS & REMODELED! EASY BEACH ACCESS! $599,000

DORCHESTER

#1801 SENSATIONAL GULF AND SUNSET VIEWS! 3/3 2300 SQ FT $1,050,000

708 PITCH APPLE LANE LAKE VIEWS! UNIQUE HOME 3/3.5 + LOFT! $1,399,000

#1404 GULF VIEWS! PRISTINE CONDITION 2/2/POWDER ROOM! $649,000

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A #106 SUNNY LAKE & GOLF COURSE VIEWS! 3/2.5 +DEN. OVER 2300 SQ FT! $599,000

LARGE SPACIOUS CORNER 3 BEDROOM HOME IN LUXURY HIGH RISE. LIVES LIKE A VILLA. VOLUME CEILINGS. $739,000

GREAT LOCATION! HUGE POOL! 3/3/OFFICE&DEN! TWO CAR GARAGE! $849,000

#101 3/3.5 + OFFICE & DOCK! WOW! SHORT SALE STEAL! 10 FT CEILINGS! $699,000

#101 TROPICAL GREEN VIEWS! LARGE HOME! 3/2.5. TWO DOGS OKAY! CLOSE TO TENNIS $569,000

ST. LAURENT

#904 WONDERFUL GULF/SUNSET VIEWS. RARE 3/3 SW SIDE END UNIT! $1,135,000

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2009 Choice Winner Voted Best Realtor in Naples

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JACK’S RIVER BAR

Jack’s Club, located at Naples Harbour. Plenty of dockage, great food, an outside tiki bar and wonderful weekend entertainment! To come by boat go under the bridge at Tin City past Bayfront, continue seven minutes and we’ll be on the right. Become a member at Jack’s Club! 475 North Road, Naples 239-213-1441, Fax: 239-213-1320 www.jacksriverbarnaples.com

HB’S ON THE GULF

THE NAPLES BEACH HOTEL & GOLF CLUB HB’s On the Gulf is Naples’ only beachfront restaurant. This six-time winner of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence serves fresh regional seafood, great steaks and daily specials for lunch and dinner. HB’s is located next to the Sunset Beach Bar, named the “Best Beachfront Bar in Naples” by Travel Channel. 851 Gulf Shore Boulevard North, Naples 239-435-4347 www.naplesbeachhotel.com

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Saturday, February 19, 2011 The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club Cocktails 6-7pm, Dinner 7pm and Dancing to Cahlua and Cream Grand Prize Drawing and an Innovative “Save a Life” Auction Block Party tickets $200 per person Presenting Patrons Vince and Pat Foglia Event Chair Sponsor GATES Construction We gratefully acknowledge the following sponsors and underwriters for their support:

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Friend AmeriCare Home Health Services / Cummings and Lockwood LLC The Concierge Medical Practices of Lenholt & Schlossberg / Lowry Hill / Moorings Park / Roetzel & Andress LPA Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. / 21st Century Oncology / Your Home Watch Professional™

Supporter ASG / Banyan Brown Solutions, Inc. / John and Linda Cardillo / Gulfshore Insurance / Key Bank Scott Madwar, M.D. / NDIC / Platinum Total Fabricare / Porter Wright Morris and Arthur, Inc. Preferred Travel of Naples, Inc. / Urish Popeck & Co. of Florida LLC

Won’t you be our Neighbor? For more information, please call the Neighborhood Health Clinic at 239.261.6600 x16 or email: info@neighborhoodhealthclinic.org

All proceeds benefit the patients of the Neighborhood Health Clinic which provides quality medical care to low-income working, but uninsured, adults in Collier County by a volunteer professional staff.


MIROMAR DESIGN CENTER PRESENTS

THE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS AND GET INSPIRATION FOR YOUR HOME! The inaugural Distinguished Speaker Series kicks off its 2011 line-up with the “Who’s Who” of interior design and architecture from around the country. Open to the public and free of charge, the series features some of the most important voices in design today. Many are among the elite Architectural Digest magazine’s “Top 100 list of Architects and Designers.”

MARK YOUR CALENDARS Melissa Galt

Jennifer Post

Galt Interiors, Atlanta “Designing a Signature Life”

Jennifer Post Design Inc., New York “Elegance! Elegance! Elegance!”

SATURDAY, JANUARY 22 at 2 p.m.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24 at 2 p.m.

It’s not just about designing home interiors; Melissa explains that a life well-lived includes relationships, cooking, travel, entertaining and passions. Melissa takes her inspiration from her great grandfather, America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. She will share simple steps to find your dreams and live by design. Book signing to follow. RSVP by Monday, January 17

An Architectural Digest “Top 100 List” designer, Jennifer Post is known for her elegantly minimal approach to design, creating clean, sophisticated modern interiors using light and volume like artists’ tools. Her client list includes celebrities Matt Lauer, Jennifer Lopez, Simon Cowell and more. RSVP by Friday, February 18

David Easton

Alexa Hampton

David Easton, Inc., New York “Timeless Elegance”

Mark Hampton LLC, New York “Decades of Design with Mark Hampton”

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3 at 2 p.m. A look back at some of his favorite projects… and a brief glimpse into the future. Named to Architectural Digest’s “Top 100 List” and inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 1992, David Easton is considered to be one the world’s most sought-after interior designers. Book signing to follow. RSVP by Monday, January 31

Deborah Burnett Design Service Inc., Nashville “Sleep, Weight Loss & Enhanced Memory: Who Knew Light Bulbs and Paint Colors Could Do So Much?”

THURSDAY, MARCH 17 at 2 p.m. Now one of America’s most influential designers herself, Alexa Hampton provides a tour of stunning residences from her own portfolio. Listed as an Architectural Digest “Top 100” designer, Alexa has worked on the cast of PBS’ “This Old House” and “Find.” Book signing to follow. RSVP by Friday, March 11

All speaker presentations are FREE and open to the public. Seating is limited.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17 at 2 p.m. Deborah Burnett is a nationally recognized health and wellness design authority specializing in how color, light, sound and daylight affect sleep, weight loss and memory. RSVP by Friday, February 11

Kindly RSVP to guarantee your seat. Call (239) 390-8207 or register on-line at www.MiromarDesignCenter.com.

Mon. - Fri.: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Sat.: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Trade showroom hours vary on Saturdays. Please call for specific showroom hours. (239) 390-5111 • Located at 10800 Corkscrew Rd., I-75, Exit 123 in Estero, between Naples & Fort Myers across from Miromar Outlets


Education: Richard Barth KIPP Foundation Jon Chapman EverFi Tom Davidson EverFi Mike Feinberg KIPP Foundation Chuck Harris SeaChange Jack Hidary National Lab Day Wendy Kopp Teach for America

Arts: Joseph Polisi The Juilliard School David Wish Little Kids Rock

Insight: Mike Gunton “Planet Earth” Roger Martin Rotman School of Mgmt. Gerard Senehi Mentalist Oliver Steeds Discovery Channel Charity Tillemann-Dick Soprano

Medicine: Margaret Anderson Faster Cures David Ewing Duncan UC Berkeley Juan Enriquez Harvard Life Science Project Daniel Kraft Stanford Institute Henry McCance Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Rudolph Tanzi Harvard Medical School Spencer Wells National Geographic

Economy: Merrill Goozner The Financial Times Tyler Mathisen CNBC Liz Peek The Financial Times Eric Pianin The Financial Times Eric Schurenberg Moneywatch.com

Leadership: Maddy Dychtwald Author Somaly Mam Activist Anne Mosle Aspen Institute Ann Veneman UNICEF

Social Entrepreneurship: John Danner Christa Gannon Paul Rieckhoff JB Schramm Partial speaker list Subject to change

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CHANGE Spend two days with 40 great thinkers and 500 like-minded members. Join renowned experts in Genomics, Education, Energy, Economics, The Arts, Women and Leadership, Understanding Islam and Social Entrepreneurism at the second annual Imagine Solutions Conference. You’ll experience eye-opening ideas, true inspiration and several a-ha moments.

MARCH 21-22, 2011 The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples Attendance is limited. To register: www.ImagineSolutionsConference.com Or call: 239.216.4228


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Multiple Grammy Award winner Michael Bolton’s international tour brings him to The Philharmonic Center, Naples, this month. The crooner has sold an incredible 53 million albums and had chart-topping singles during the past two decades. Just added to the singer’s honors: People magazine’s 2010 sexiest men listing. The versatile performer has appeared with music stars as diverse as Luciano Pavarotti and Ray Charles. The show is January 27. (thephil.org) JANUARY 2011 139


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JANUARY 2011 BEAUTIFUL BY NATURE Celebrate the area’s unique natural treasures at the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve’s Seventh Annual Southwest Florida Nature Festival January 14-16. It offers a wide range of activities at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center, with programs on local wildlife, live birds of prey, a touch tank, guided walks on the new observation bridge and Snail Trail, and other family activities, as well as the regular exhibits and art gallery. A special keynote presentation on Friday kicks off the festivities. Acclaimed naturalist and artist John James Audubon (portrayed by Brian “Fox” Ellis) will travel to the past with tales of adventures while birding in Florida. Other presentations on local wildlife will cover natural history and issue-based topics, from butterfly gardening to pythons. Another highlight is a series of exclusive guided field trips not generally available to the public. Registration is required to participate in the excursions around the region, including Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary backcountry, Bird Rookery Swamp, and the Panther and Ten Thousand Islands national wildlife refuges. For details and to register for events, visit rookerybay.org.

Brian “Fox” Ellis as John James Audubon

LIFE IN PASTEL

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Aficionados of beautiful pastel artwork have much to celebrate. The Southwest Florida Pastel Society hosts an Artists’ Studio Tour January 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Six studios will be open in Bonita Springs and Naples to display the spaces in which artists pursue the creative process. Participating artists are Sandy Jackoboice, Alice Fjelstul, Donna Elliott, Tanya Trinkaus Glass, Karen Stone and Lynne B. Wilcox, president of the society. Tickets are $10; for purchase information, call 239-331-6644. SWFPS is a nonprofit organization that supports educational opportunities for adults and youths in Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties. Proceeds from the Artist Studio Tour will help fund education efforts. In addition, Karen Stone, previously ensconced in Art Gallery Old Naples, and Lynne Wilcox have joined forces to open Art Gallery Old Naples 2 in Crayton Cove at 1187 Eighth Street South. The artists will hold an opening reception January 15 at 6 p.m. in the new gallery. For more information: 239-775-5000.


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Aura Fine Art Gallery, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Grand Opening Reception, Jan. 13; 239-527-3386.

Lifestyle diva Melissa Galt of Galt Interiors, Atlanta, has great design talent and star power in her DNA. She is the daughter of Academy Awardwinning actress Anne Baxter and great-granddaughter of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as goddaughter of costume designer Edith Head. Galt, who helps clients design lifestyles, will speak as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series at Miromar Design Center. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Five Simple Secrets To Make More With Fewer Clients,â&#x20AC;? January 21, is open to creative professionals who love what they do, but hate to market. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Designing a Signature Life,â&#x20AC;? January 22, is open to the public. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not just about designing home interiors; Galt will cover how a life welllived includes relationships, cooking, travel, entertaining and passions. A book signing will follow this presentation. RSVP by January 17, 239-390-8207.

Bayfront, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Naples Bay Art Walk, Jan. 15-16; 239-825-4677. Bayshore Gateway Triangleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Bayshore Cultural Art Festival, Jan. 29-30; 239-877-1722, colliercra.com Center for the Arts of Bonita Springsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Raku and You, Jan. 4; Alla Prima, Alla Fun!, Jan. 4; Art Focus and Faculty and Student Exhibitions Open Reception and Open House, Jan. 7; Art Walk at the Promenade at Bonita Bay, Jan. 27; 239-4958989. Center for the Arts, Marco Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Seaside Stories, Jan. 4-20; Fine Art & Craft Fair, Jan. 22-23; Wet Paint Live Auction, Jan. 27; 239-394-4221.

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Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Clam Pass Walk, Jan. 3-April 30; Sweet Liberty Sailing Adventure, Jan. 6-23; Tiger Tail Beach Walks, Jan. 10-April 9; 239403-4216. Florida West Arts, Bonita Springsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Photography Show by Charles Fritsch and Cynthia Walpole, Jan. 6- Feb. 30; 239948-4427. Gardner Colby Gallery, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Kevin Sloan: Cabinet of Curiosities, one-man show, opens Jan. 20; 239-403-7787. PATTY & JAY BAKER NAPLES MUSEUM OF ARTâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;STEVEN ASSAEL: ILLUSIONS OF REALITY, THROUGH JAN. 9

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;John Falato and â&#x20AC;&#x153;The American Landscape,â&#x20AC;? Jan. 3-29; Bob Kane Retrospective, Jan. 30-Feb. 11; 239-261-2637. Museum of the Everglades, Everglades

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City—Murder and Mayhem: Life and Times of EJ Watson, Jan. 1-29; 239-6950008. Naples Art Association at the von Liebig Art Center, Naples—Naples Collects 2011, through Jan. 9; Portraying Peace: An NAA Members’ Exhibition, through Jan. 9; Members’ Gallery Small Works Show, through Jan. 11; Mathias J. Alten: Discovery of an American Impressionist, Jan. 22-31; Terry Krumm: Abstract Expressionism, Jan. 22-31; 239262-6517. Naples Artcrafters—Outdoor show, Jan. 8, Cambier Park; 239-352-3036. Naples Depot Museum—Grand reopening, Jan. 7; Folk and Art event, Jan. 8-9; 239-252-8476.

Naples Historical Society—Tours of Palm Cottage, Tuesdays-Saturdays; Naples Historic District Walking Tours, Wednesdays; Garden Side Chickee Chat with Vernon Peeples, Jan. 28; 239-261-8164. Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art—Three Visions in Glass, Cristiano Bianchin, Yoichi Ohira and Laura de Santillana, through Jan. 15; The View Project photography exhibit, through March 13; Louise Nevelson: Dawn’s Forest, through June 30; The Mouse House: Olga Hirshhorn Collection, through June 30; Works by Robert Rauschenberg, Jan. 12-March 20; Sordid and Sacred: The Beggars In Rembrandt’s Etchings, Jan. 22-March 27; Paintings and Drawings of Lynn Davison, Jan. 22-March 27; 239-597-1900.

TOP TABLES The most memorable table conversations usually surround a fascinating companion, and Barbara DuFrane and her committee have gathered 20 of the area’s most interesting people to the table to benefit the Children’s Hospital. The idea for Table Talk, a fundraiser in its second year, is simple. Invite some of the area’s most interesting guests to lunch to have casual, intimate conversations with people at their table. This year’s event January 31 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point includes artists, chefs, entrepreneurs, politicians, a historian, a newspaper columnist and others. For information, 239-938-5272.

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Research Reserve, Naples—Painting Annual Exhibition, through Jan. 31; Art Class: Drawing Realistic Portraits with Lee Hammond, Jan. 19; Cultural History Walk, Jan. 1-31; 239-417-6310. Rosen Gallery & Studios, Naples—Taste of Raku, Jan. 6; Art studio tours, Jan. 1-31; 239-821-1061.

Sweet Art Gallery, Naples—Thirty Something exhibition, Jan. 14; All That Jazz, Jan. 28; 239-597-2110. Up Art & Design Gallery, Naples— Little Works, through Jan. 6; Contemporary Artists and Designers, Jan. 10-31; 239-263-3898.

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Art festival season’s in full swing. A relative newcomer, Art on the Lake at Miromar Lakes, January 23, features watercolors, bronze and glass sculpture, nature and pet photography, paintings, jewelry, wood turning and other media. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, and shuttle service will be provided from parking locations. Visitors can register to win a round of golf at Miromar Lakes Golf Club or lunch for two on the waterfront at the awardwinning Miromar Lakes Beach Club. An additional lure of this show is that it offers a rare opportunity for the public to see the Miromar Lakes community and the gorgeous Beach Clubhouse. For more information, visit MiromarLakes.com. Eden Autism Services’ fourteenth annual Naples Invitational Art Fest at Fleischmann Park, January 29-30, is a top-ranking juried show with artists from around the United States and Canada. It features fine art, museum-quality fine crafts, food from local vendors, and unique “Art for Autism” silent auction filled with works donated by artists in the show for the benefit of scholarships for school families; 239-992-4680. Other noteworthy outdoor shows this month include the Naples Art Association at the von Liebig Art Center and Downtown Association New Year’s Weekend Art Festival on Fifth Avenue South, January 1-2, naplesart.org; Bonita Springs National Art Festival, January 15-16, artcenterbonita.org; and Marco Island Foundation for the Arts’ Left Bank Art Fest at the Esplanade, January 15, marcoarts.org.


Underground Art Wednesday—Studio and gallery tour, North Naples Arts Alliance, Jan. 5; 239-821-1061.

CHILDREN/TEENS Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naples—Natural Café Puppet Show, Jan. 8; Venomous Snake Show, Jan. 15; Gopher Tortoise Talk & Trail Walk, Jan. 22; Loggerhead Sea Turtle, Jan. 29; 239262-0304.

lecture and Cuban food and drinks, Jan. 18; Mediterranean Wine Dinner, with Executive Chef Kristina San Filippo, Jan. 21, FineMark National Bank & Trust, Brooks Town Center, Bonita Springs; 239-495-8989. Center for the Arts, Marco Island— Farmers market, Wednesday mornings, through April 14, Veterans Community

Park, Marco Island. Fifth Avenue South, Naples—Evening on Fifth, shopping and live entertainment, Jan. 13; Chalk It Up on Fifth, Jan. 29; 239435-3742. Marissa Collections, Naples—Rena Lange Spring, Jan. 11-12; Bochic Jewelry

Naples Botanical Garden—Story Time in the Garden, Saturdays and Sundays; 239643-7275. Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art—Make and Take Workshop: Combines and Collages, Jan. 12; 239-597-1900.

FILM Cambier Park, Naples—Outdoor Family Movie Night, Jan. 22; 239-213-3058. Center for the Arts, Bonita Springs— Art in Cinema 1, Surviving Picasso, film, dinner and discussion, Jan. 5; Film for Film Lovers: Italian for Beginners, Jan. 10, Run Lola Run, Jan. 24, Promenade at Bonita Bay; 239495-8989. Italian Cultural Society—Tiger in the Snow, Jan. 4; Johnny Stacchino, Jan. 18, Norris Center, Naples; 239-434-3323. Naples Historical Society, Palm Cottage Theater—Naples Oral Histories: Dr. Hugh Cort III, Jan. 4-8; George Vega, Jan. 11-15; Gale R. Guild, Jan. 18-22; John Beriault, Jan. 25-29; 239-261-8164.

FOOD, WINE & FASHION Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs— Affairs of the Arts: That Madeira Era, an evening of history and fine wines and foods in the elegance of the late eighteenth century, with Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and others from that era, Jan. 15, at a private home in Bonita Bay; Art & Architecture of Havana, virtual tour,

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show with personal appearance, Jan. 13-15; Oscar de la Renta Spring, Jan. 20-21; 239687-1148. Mercato, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;First Fridays Concert, Jan. 7; Sur La Table Cooking Demonstration, Jan. 8; Fire and Fashion: North Naples Fire Fighters, Jan. 21; mercatoshops.com. North Naples Farmers Marketâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Sundays, Bank of Naples Center; 239-3700512. Saks Fifth Avenue, Waterside Shops, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Cosmetics: Guerlain Spa, Jan. 7, 28; Dior artist, Jan. 11; Chantecaille spa, Jan. 12, 26, 27; Chanel artist, Jan. 12, 20; Jo Malone and La Mer expert, Jan. 14, 15; La Mer spa, LancĂ´me artist Jan. 14; Chanel spa, Jan. 14, 27; Cle du Peau spa, Jan. 17; La

Prairie winter spa, Jan. 18, 19; Sisley Mega spa, Jan. 20, 21; Laura Mercier beauty team, Jan. 21, 22; Armani spa, Jan. 22; YSL artist, Jan. 28, 29. Designer trunk shows: Naeem Khan, Jan. 6, 7; Akris, Jan. 11, 12; Tom & Linda Platt, Jan 13; Carolina Herrera, Jan. 18; Carmen Marc Valvo, Jan. 20; Escada, Jan. 25. Jewelry: Roberto Coin, Jan. 6, 7; Pomellato, Jan. 12; Stephen Webster, Jan. 20; Buccellati, Jan. 26, 27; Nini personal appearance, Jan. 29; 239-592-5900.

Village Nights, shopping, dining and live music, Jan. 6; 239-261-6100.

MUSIC The Bach Ensembleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Bach Festival Concert, Jan. 23, First Presbyterian Church, Bonita Springs; 239-732-1055. Bonita Springs Concert Bandâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Free concert at the bandshell, Jan. 23, Riverside Park, Bonita Springs; 239-405-3320.

Third Street South, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Open Air Market, street closed from Broad Avenue to 13th Avenue South, Jan. 1, 15; Farmers market, Jan. 8, 22, 29, parking lot behind Tommy Bahama; Thursdays on Third, Jan. 6, 13, 20; Pets on Third, Jan. 23; 239-4346533.

Cambier Park, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Big Band Concert, Jan. 2; Music Makers Big Show Band, Jan. 9; Naples Concert Band, Jan. 16; Naples Daily News Jazz Band, Jan. 23; Naples Jazz Orchestra, Jan. 24; Southwest Florida Big Band Concert, Jan. 28; Gulf Coast Big Band, Jan. 30; 239-263-9521.

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Springs—Live! At the Promenade: musical performance by International recording artist Mark Barrios, Jan. 13; Weintraub Duo, Music from Mozart to Broadway, Jan. 20; 239-495-8989. Classic Chamber Concerts—Art of the Quintet with Ilya Itin, Jan. 17; Art of the Quartet, Jan. 24; 239-434-8505. Moorings Presbyterian Church, Naples—Hyacinth Series: organist Diane Bish, Jan. 9; Puccini’s Gloria Mass with Orchestra, Jan. 23; Saint Olaf College Band, Jan. 30; 239-261-1487.

THE PHILHARMONIC CENTER FOR THE ARTS, NAPLES—SPEAKER SERIES, STEVE FORBES, JAN. 24; 239-5971900

Naples Botanical Garden—Jazz in the Garden, Jan. 16; 239-643-7275. Norris Center, Naples—Bluegrass: Lou Reid and Carolina, Jan. 15; Roy Bookbinder,

Jan. 22; 239-213-3058. The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples—An Evening with Patti Lupone, Jan. 4; Jazz: Randy Becker, Jan. 6; A Third Beethoven, Jan. 6-8; Victoria Clark, Jan. 7-8; Sci-Fi Spectacular, Jan. 18-23; Mark Nadler: In a Nutshell 2, Jan. 19-20; Human Nature: Ultimate Celebration of Motown, Jan. 23; Bronx Wanderers, Jan. 25; Julie Budd: Showstoppers, Jan. 26-27; Michael Bolton, Jan. 27; Kenny Loggins, Jan. 29; Ten Tenors: Power of 10, Jan. 30; Beethoven’s Serioso Quartet, Jan. 30; Neville Brothers with Dr. John and the Lower 911, Jan. 31; 239-597-1900. Southwest Florida Harp Chapter— Harps in Sync! ensemble group performance, The United Church of Marco Island, Jan. 28; swflaharp.org.

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SPEAKERS/SEMINARS Collier County Audubon—Elusive Crested Carcara, with Dr. Jerry Jackson, Jan. 11, Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naples; 239-643-7822. Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naples—Fossil dig with Dr. Gary Schmelz, Jan. 15; Gators in the Glade with Ian Bartoszek, Jan. 20; 239-262-0304. Gulfshore Playhouse—Playing With Shakespeare, writer, actress Janina Birtolo in an interactive discussion and reading of the ways Shakespeare has been adapted and spun off into other types of plays and movies, Jan. 15, 22, 29, Norris Center, Naples; gulfshoreplayhouse.org. Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series—Private cocktail

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reception, remarks by Frank Abagnale, dinner and Q&A, Jan. 18, sponsored by Naples Illustrated, The Ritz-Carlton, Naples; 239-596-6524. The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples—Speaker Series, Steve Forbes, Jan. 24; 239-597-1900. Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Naples—Lunch and Learn Lecture, expert discussing an environmental topic, Jan. 5; 239-417-6310.

THE PHILHARMONIC CENTER FOR THE ARTS, NAPLES—TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, JAN. 9; 239-597-1900

SPECIAL EVENTS

the past 10 years, cocktails, dinner and entertainment, Saint Ann Jubilee Center, Naples; 239-262-4110.

9—Saint Ann School Foundation, benefit celebrating 10 years of partnering with Saks Fifth Avenue for the Annual Fashion Show, with a retrospective Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Presentation featuring clothing from the designers of

13—Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Naples, an evening with Audubon on the Marco Princess; rookerybay.org


14—David Lawrence Foundation, Come and travel to India - The Land of Mystery, cocktail reception, dinner and music by Powerhouse, Naples Yacht Club; 239-3541416. 15—Florida Gulf Coast University Foundation, The President’s Celebration, fine dining and entertainment, benefits scholarships for deserving students, The Ritz-Carlton, Naples; 239-590-1067. 15—YMCA of the Palms, 2011 Sneaker Ball, unique event where guests dress casually from head to sneakers to benefit underprivileged children and families, Greater Naples YMCA; 239-597-3148. 17—Martin Luther King Jr. Parade and Celebration, presented by Collier County Chapter of NAACP, Third Street South to

Fifth Avenue South, Naples; 239-455-2886. 17—Friends of the Library of Collier County, 2011 Nick Linn Lecture Series, author lectures with lunch, featuring writer Adriana Trigiani, Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club; 239-262-8135. 19—Guadalupe Center, A Taste of Spain, evening of Spanish culture and cuisine to benefit the educational programs at the Guadalupe Center, Naples Yacht Club; 239657-7711. 20—A Taste of Shula’s, interactive dinner benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County, Shula’s, Hilton Naples; 239-430-4999. 26—Ave Maria University, Third Annual Spring Luncheon and Style Show, to

benefit the Ave Maria University Student Financial Aid Fund, Ave Maria University Student Ballroom; 239-250-3537. 27-30—Marine Industries Association of Collier County, Naples Boat, Car & RV Show, in the lot at Goodlette-Frank Road and U.S. 41; 239-682-0900. 28-30—Naples Children & Education Foundation, Naples Winter Wine Festival, the most successful charity wine auction in the country celebrates “Uncorking a new Decade,” The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples; 239-514-2239. 29—Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, Gala “Cabaret 2011,” cocktail reception, unique cabaret performers, dinner, dancing, live and silent auctions, Bonita Bay Club; 239-495-8989.

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Anthony Kearns The Irish Tenors

Audrey Elizabeth Luna Soprano Metropolitan Opera

A love story of gigantic proportion, Donizetti transforms Luciaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s love into madness through the beauty of his music, now sparkling, now sentimental, ďŹ nally tragic.

29â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Fifth Annual Empty Bowls, for a suggested $10 donation, patrons receive a handcrafted bowl by a school student or local potter, soup and bread, sponsored by Panera Bread and other local restaurants, silent auction, pottery demonstrations and music, benefits Harry Chapin Food Bank, Cambier Park, Naples; 239-334-7007.

SPORTS 16â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Naples Daily News Half Marathon, Cambier Park; napleshalfmarathon.net.

Miromar Design Center, Estero Saturday, January 15, 7:30PM Opening Night Champagne Reception - All tickets $145

Sunday, January 16, 4:30PM Tickets $95, $75, $50, $25 Franz Vote Conductor Metropolitan Opera

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Many thanks to Moran Edwards Asset Mgmt. Group of Wells Fargo for underwriting this production and to our other Corporate Sponsors: MorganStanley SmithBarney, Wells Fargo Advisors, and Media Sponsors: Florida Weekly, ABC-7, Naples Illustrated & NBC-2

16â&#x20AC;&#x201D;CurePSP - Foundation for PSP|CBD and Related Brain Diseases, Naples PSP Awareness Walk, Naples Tennis & Resort Club, lunch, T-shirts and prizes, in support of families affected by PSP, CBD and related brain diseases; 410-785-7004. 22â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida Inc., WINK News Feeds Families Hunger Walk, Miromar Outlets, Estero; 239-334-7007. 23â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Naples Pathways Coalition, Bike Ride and Brunch, Lowdermilk Park, Naples; 239-810-5949. 29â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Run for the Paws, 5K race to benefit

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29â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Lake Park Elementary PTO Walkathon, Lake Park Elementary School, Naples; 239-377-7200.

THEATER/DANCE

Marco Playersâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Seascape, Jan. 5-23; 239642-7270. Naples Playersâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Sylvia, Jan. 12-31, Sugden Community Theatre; 239-263-7990. Norris Center, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;One Man Show: Bugles in the Afternoon, Jan. 13; Naples City Improv, Jan. 14; One Man Show: Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Real Thing,â&#x20AC;? Jan. 20; Love Letters, Jan. 31; 239-2133058.

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Gulfshore Playhouseâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Unnecessary Farce, Jan. 28-31, Norris Center, Naples; 239-261-7529.

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Opera Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Lucia di Lammermoor, opening night includes black-tie reception, Jan. 15-16, Miromar Design Center, Estero; operanaples.com. The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naplesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;9 to 5: The Musical, Jan. 1, 2; Rita Rudner, Jan. 5; Dreamgirls, Jan. 11-16; Bill Cosby, Jan. 17; Marc Salem: Mind Games, Jan. 21-22; Miami City Ballet, Jan. 25-26; 102 years of Broadway, Jan. 28; I Love you, Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Perfect, Now Change, Jan. 31; 239-597-1900. TheatreZoneâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;No, No, Nanette, Jan. 6-16, G&L Theatre, Community School, Naples; 1-800-966-3352. Win tickets to No, No, Nanette at naplesillustrated.com.

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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY It’s a Naples first—the Bucket List Bash on March 12 is a unique evening of fine dining and entertainment. The event, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, includes an auction of once-in-a-lifetime experiences likely to be found on your “bucket list”—the list of things you’ll want to do during your lifetime. Proceeds benefit the many services provided by the American Cancer Society. 239-261-0337, ext. 3857 cancer.org

THE WISHING WELL FOUNDATION Nordstrom will host Passion for Fashion & Beauty on January 15. An informal fashion presentation features current trends; guests will enjoy complimentary makeovers, auctions, raffles, fruit and cupcakes from Sassycakes. Discover the latest hair extension trends for fullness or highlights from Colour U Salon. Event proceeds will benefit The Wishing Well Foundation. 239-213-0397 wishingwellfoundation.com Event supporters Christina Iacovino, Claudine and Collette Wetzel

YOUTH HAVEN Collier County’s only emergency shelter and counseling resource for abused and neglected children brings the real-life heroes of the hit movie The Blind Side to Naples. Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy will speak at Youth Haven’s Home, Hope and Healing Luncheon, set for March 10 at Naples Grande Beach Resort. 239-687-5153 youthhaven.net


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BIRTHDAY PARTY What: Heidi Farrugiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 40th birthday party Hostesses: Mary Susan Clinton, Barb Crown, Shirlene Elkins and Donna Solimene 1. Shannon Pertchik, Wanda Zaiser, Jane Elliot, Barbara Crown, Sandi Moran 2. Linda Malone, Terry Edwards 3. Yasmin Pappenfuss, Heidi Farrugia, Cheryl Newberry 4. Retta Singer, Marie Andrews, Denise Cobb, Mary Susan Clinton

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NAPLES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL What: Celebrity Martini Glass Auction, created by Brenda Melton Venue: Saks Fifth Avenue Auctioneer: Kathleen Pica, Auctions Neapolitan 1. Maida Sperandeo, Marie Christine, Mindy Carlson 2. Julie Principato, Joanne Walsh 3. Paul Arsenault, Donna Solimene, Dan Doerr 4. Marsha Murphy, George Keys, Brenda Melton, Bob Morantz

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OUT AND ABOUT 1. Mary Love, Melanie Greenen, Norman Love, Keegan Gerhard at a sponsorship event for the 2011 Cattle Barons’ Ball at Norman Love Confections, featuring Gerhard of The Food Network. 2. Renee Gaddis, Leanna Varner, Jenny Craft, Cyndie Mansell Grimes at the Norman Love Confections preview of the Cattle Baron’s Ball to be held January 22 at Robb & Stucky Corporate Headquarters. 3. Michelle Jay, Rachelle Garcon, Deb Cecere, Marcia Jaquith at the Physician Led Access Network (PLAN) of Collier County appreciation event at the Naples Yacht Club. 4. Executive Director Deb Cecere announced that PLAN will receive more than $3.5 million in donated physician services in 2010, the highest rate of annual participation since the agency’s inception in 2003. 5. Village School student artists Emme Warburton, Anna Hiller, Alyssa Weardon, Debbie Alford, Emily Kate Ferguson and Emily Couts, who created a mural for the Conservancy Nature Center’s Nature Zone. 6. Wilson and Jo Anna Bradshaw, Norm and Nancy Vester at a Low Country Boil to unveil the Neptune sculpture at the Florida Gulf Coast University Norm and Nancy Vester Marine and Environmental Science Research Field Station in Bonita Springs.

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GIVING BACK

SUPERNOVA SUPPORT BY CHRISTINA WELLS

Elizabeth Star approaches philanthropy with an entrepreneurial spirit. Her charitable endeavors are fueled by a desire to build and transform. Star and her family have long been active with the Duke University School of Law. In 2004, their contribution funded a significant expansion of the school, which included creation of the Star Commons, an area now central to university and law school life. In addition, the family has endowed two scholarships and a faculty chair. “Education and achievement are very important to us,” Star says. “Those values influence our charitable giving. We have always sought to facilitate the kind of change that transforms lives.” Star pursues philanthropy with a singleminded and hands-on focus. She looks to step in where she feels she can make the biggest impact. She has been a board member for the Naples branch of the EnglishSpeaking Union, and twice served as chair for The Community School of Naples Angel Ball. For the past six years, Star has served on the board of the David Lawrence Center’s foundation. She refers to the center as her passion. “Through David Lawrence, I can help people who have nowhere else to turn,” she says. “When people suffer from mental illness or substance abuse, they often come to us at their most desperate and vulnerable point in life.” Star supports the Naples Botanical Garden, Youth Haven and The Shelter for Abused Women & Children. She may soon expand her efforts to additional philanthropic endeavors. “I am looking at other charitable opportunities, perhaps something with an international focus,” she says. “For me, the two most gratifying aspects of philanthropy are creating who are unable to help themselves. Making that kind of difference is the ultimate.” ◆

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