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A new exhibit which chronicles the wartime escape of the husband and wife team who brought Curious George to life comes to the Holocaust Museum and Education Center of SW Florida in Naples Thursday, February 3, and runs through March 10. 2011.Valarie Edwards Reports.
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A different take on Naples history was recently published in the form of a memoir titled “The East Side of the River” by Jessie Allen Chesser. Chesser was born in East Naples in 1935. She’s descended from pioneers who farmed and fished in Belle Meade, now part of greater Naples. Her book is dotted with family photos from the turn of the last century, up to the mid 1950’s when Jesse was a popular athlete at Naples High School. She says despite social divisions, Naples was a fun place to grow up – the kind of place where the girl scout troop camped out on the beach.
Friday, 23 April 2010 11:50
Yesterday, reporter Katie Pankow brought you the story of the beginnings of a unique settlement in Estero, Florida in the late 1800's. Her story “Living Inside: Koreshan Unity” continues today, as part of a series called "Florida: Heaven on Earth?" airing on Thursday & Friday mornings for the several weeks.
Thursday, 22 April 2010 08:50
In the late 1800s, Estero, Florida was home to a thriving and revolutionary community of people who believed they lived inside the earth. These were the Koreshans. Katie Pankow has more about this unique chapter in Southwest Florida history, in the first in a series of reports called “Florida: Heaven on Earth?”