Fort Myers News

LIVING WELL | The Anatomy of Joint Pain

by Darin Stokke, DC Joint pain is one of the most common symptoms people experience. Remedies and treatments are as varied as the sources that promote them. Most common treatments only address the symptoms of pain without addressing the actual cause of the joint pain. We are conditioned to believe that all pain is something to be avoided at all costs rather than something to be valued. As a result, we look to control the Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Summer Diaper and Toy Drive

Donation drive to raise awareness and items for child victims of abuse in Southwest Florida Erickson’s Drying Systems invites the community to join their inaugural “Summer Diaper and Toy Drive” to benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida (CAC), as well as Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. (ACT). Through August, Erickson’s Drying Systems will collect diapers, new stuffed animals, and monetary donations to provide both practical and compassionate resources to child victims of neglect Read more…

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The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel Seeks New Resident Artist

Three-month residency grants $5,000 stipend [av_dropcap1]C[/av_dropcap1]alling all photographers, videographers and creative types with a passion for visual storytelling: Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB) is seeking candidates for its third-quarter 2017 Resident Artist Program. This initiative gives aspiring and/or established photographers and videographers an opportunity to further develop their work and connect with the people and nature of Lee County. What will the next Resident Artist do? Convey a sense of place, such as Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

It’s All About the FOOD!

by Susan Barnett [av_dropcap1]B[/av_dropcap1]roccoli Salad is a time-tested favorite. In this recipe I take a few shortcuts. I use bacon bits and premade coleslaw dressing. You can certainly cook and chop bacon and make your own salad dressing if you’re a purist a heart. Enjoy! Broccoli Salad Ingredients 1 large bunch of broccoli – about 3-4 stalks 1/2 red onion chopped 1/3 cup – bacon bits or 6-8 slices of crisp bacon chopped 1 cup Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

Benefits of Buying Meat from a Butcher

provided by Xpress Meat Market Have you ever felt lost in a sea of pre-sliced and packaged meats when going to a supermarket, not finding the exact cut or size you wanted, asked for help from an inexperienced worker being paid minimum wage to stack pre-packaged and frozen meats only to have them look back at you with a clueless look? Next time go to a butcher shop and experience the difference. Butcher shops have Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

From Corporate Employees to Visionary Entrepreneurs

Creative Duo Start Unique Online Menswear Company by Yvette Schultz [av_dropcap1]G[/av_dropcap1]eoff Argue and Tom Severini hit it off immediately when they first met at New York City’s Parsons School of Design. Geoff, a fashion design major, was known for going against the grain and pushing limits of design and authority and inviting others to do their best work. Tom, a graphic design and branding specialist, liked that about him, and as their friendship grew they Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

The “Third Draft” is Creating a New Entrepreneur

A Lee County resident is dusting off the book-bags and going back to school! Local entrepreneur, Jim Griffiths, stated “As a society, we’ve been taught to put a round peg in a round hole for decades. Jobs come with instructions while entrepreneurism requires creative thinking. Business classes are available for kids and adults, but few offer thinking skills. If younger people don’t learn to think like an entrepreneur, starting a business or even maintaining a Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

Green Things….

Free Backyard Farming Workshops every Saturday Morning in June & July Workshop will offer planning solutions for potential future food shortages The Alliance for the Arts GreenMarket will host free backyard farming workshops every Saturday morning in June and July at 10:30 a.m. at 10091 McGregor Blvd. Fort Myers. Workshops will cover topics about food security, backyard vegetable gardening, beekeeping, raising livestock for eggs and meat, permaculture, brewing and distilling and food preservation. This year’s Read more…

By paradesign, ago
Fort Myers News

Grow Your Own Mosquito Repellent

by Adrienne Diaz Warm weather brings out the big three of the biting bug world: mosquitoes, ticks, and fire ants. Instead of using toxic DEET to protect yourself, wouldn’t it be great to use leaves gathered from your own edible landscaping yard to help you out? Beautyberry, not just pretty. Chemical compounds in Beautyberry leaves are natural insect repellents. Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana), a deciduous shrub is best known for its bracelet-like clusters of showy purple Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Food Waste is Money Down the Drain

by Nathaniel Sillin [av_image src=’https://thecorridorpaper.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/FoodWste.jpg’ attachment=’812′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’][/av_image] [av_dropcap1]H[/av_dropcap1]ow many times have you gone to pour milk in your coffee, only to see that the date on the carton was yesterday? Some people will instinctively throw it away, but chances are that’s not what the label is intended to convey. It’s likely a marker for when the food might taste its best, not if Read more…

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