Harriet Howard Heithaus, Naples Daily News

Harriet Howard Heithaus

Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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Farewell, thunder on Immokalee Road. Sunday last run for Naples Daily News press with move to Sarasota

The final papers will be rumbled off the press at the Naples Daily News. The Daily News print editions are moving to presses in sister Sarasota. → Read More

Art Aid gives Collier's justice system a splash of committed color

Art Aid Naples 2020 is the second fundraiser to help Legal Aid of Collier County, the safety net for those needing help to navigate the court system. → Read More

Bag it, but not bigly: Artis—Naples limiting purse size Feb. 1

Collier County's major performance and art venue will limit the size and style of bags that come into any of its interior spaces, beginning Feb. 1. → Read More

Naples Philharmonic concertmasters' 'classical clash' a duel of duets, and both win

Glenn Basham and Emerson become "dueling concertmasters" for the First United Church of Christ music series Sunday in a fun "battle of the bows." → Read More

Ginsburg, Scalia make for unique, funny opera in Naples

The opera is paired with the Gilbert & Sullivan one-act sendup of the justice system, "Trial by Jury," in the Wang Opera Center. → Read More

Persistent foremoms made it possible for women to vote, and Naples is resurrecting one

Carrie Chapman Catt founded the League of Women Voters, and Naples will party on the 100th year since she embarked the goal of enfranchising women. → Read More

New year, new art: Clyde's Cuba, womens' art exhibitions fill the walls in Collier County

It's the new year, and you want a wider personal horizon. Two exhibitions up now in Collier County will fill that need. → Read More

Gulfshore Opera's gets character-and-story-driven 'Amahl' right

'Amahl' is he kind of work, especially in a production like Gulfshore Opera's, that impresses with how well music can be written in service of a story, and what good intergenerational opera should be. → Read More

The other St. Petersburg: Russian rendezvous put 2019 over the top for Naples artists

Two Naples artists, a musician and painter, had one of their most memorable years ever in the original St. Petersburg — in Russia. → Read More

Notre Dame organist who was playing when fire broke out to perform in Naples

All of the money collected in a freewill offering at a Vanderbilt Presbyterian concert Sunday will go to the rebuilding of the famous cathedral. → Read More

Tom Horton flew deadly missions in a balsa wood plane, and at 99 has a medal to show for it

Horton flew three generations of the World War II wooden aircraft, the de Havilland Mosquito, in 111 missions over Germany. Nearly 80 years, his native country bestowed its service medal on him. → Read More

Gulfshore Opera brings 'Amahl' tale of poverty and miracles from a Christmas visit

Six Gulfshore Opera performances of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" bring three wise men, who, like their characters , must travel a lot. → Read More

Opera Naples once again searching for a director

This makes the third director Opera Naples has had since 2013, when Tom Smith, who served in that position for two years from 2011 to 2013, departed. → Read More

She hates me! She loves me? Naples Players wrap holiday musical riff around favorite story

The Naples Players have gone to extremes to make their production of "She Loves Me" perfect for the holidays. The only question: Is there a Claus attached? → Read More

The gates that identified Artis—Naples' museum, and their creator, both get new roles

Just as his Naples sculpture changes perspective, so will its creator, Albert Paley, who is shutting down the fabrication portion of his Rochester, New York, studio. → Read More

The Parker family keeps the Naples Salvation Army musical with its kettle concert

Kelly and Steve Parker and their children bring a brass-and-wind ensemble to the Salvation Army kettle of more than 100 years of music experience. → Read More

A true toll: Naples church goes back for its future with bronze bells

The electronic system had foibles that all of Port Royal was subjected to. Once a coffin was being carried out of a funeral service, and taps was mistakenly pushed. → Read More

Rare Rolls-Royce among sexy cars at Rookery Bay car show

Please don't drool on the finish: Collectors will bring more than 40 rare vehicles to a Classic Car Show this weekend. → Read More

You saw it here first: Naples, Bonita give new plays their first stages

Southwest Florida can experience theater's most contemporary insights, and even see how plays bake into a finished product, in two new-play fests. → Read More

Choose your Erik: Gypsy Rose Lee's son. Otto Preminger's son. 'Everglades' film extra

If there's a man with a mind-boggling life story, it's Erik Preminger, the son of burlesque legend Gypsy Rose Lee and film director Otto Preminger. → Read More