Harriet Howard Heithaus, Naples Daily News

Harriet Howard Heithaus

Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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Bahamian fundraisers offer donor incentives: art, food, shopping

Three community fundraisers are going on right now to help victims of that Category 5 hurricane that nearly leveled parts of the Bahamas. → Read More

Joining the 'coolest': Naples International Film Festival among top fests

Naples International Film Festival has been named one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World" by Moviemaker magazine, a Bible to the independent film industry. → Read More

Two-legged cat hit the ground scooting to become Naples clinic's mascot

Squish, the two-legged cat, glides around the tile floor of Eastside Animal Clinic like a furry Zamboni machine, maneuvering among staff and incoming patients. → Read More

Naples D-Day contingent veteran dies doing his duty

Naples resident Eugene Roberts leaned strongly into his sense of duty. His firm belief, repeated often, was, "I'm no hero. I was just doing my job." → Read More

Paint we must: Bayshore Arts District follows the rules — but with brushes in hand

There's a moratorium on new murals in the Bayshore Arts District. But it hasn't stopped art from creeping in where it can. → Read More

Southwest Florida's Holocaust museum to open soon in its first true home

After 18 years in two rented storefronts, the Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida now owns its home, in northern Collier County. → Read More

Keeping the face: 'Family Pictures USA' brings Southwest Florida into sharper focus

Collier and Lee counties star in a new PBS series using family albums to detail the landscape of social, political and natural forces around its people. → Read More

Bring your bestseller: Collier book-author fair wants you

The Collier South Regional public library is reprising its Local Author Book Fair Nov. 9, and it's looking for a few good authors now. → Read More

Naples design crawl wants to pair home ambience with those who need it

Naples Design District is holding its first summer walk, which it hopes will bring both the public and interior designers to its home accoutrements. → Read More

Moon men: Years of dreaming, with moonlight in their eyes, for Naples trio

Hearts stopped beating as Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon's surface. That moment connects the lives of three men who live in Southwest Florida. → Read More

Director of Baker Museum in Naples is gone, in final months before it re-opens

In a surprise move, Frank Verpoorten museum director and chief curator for The Baker Museum, is gone, less than four months before it is scheduled to re-open. → Read More

Unsure you're ready to be a dog owner? Try a shelter dog sleepover

"Rescue Recess," a new program at Humane Society Naples, is offering frustrated pet lovers the chance to have their own dog for a day. → Read More

Pursuit of Happiness: A Southwest Florida man's scary journey to a new homeland

At age 45, Diego Grisales was about to learn the capacity of his endurance. He worked two fulltime jobs to earn money in America. → Read More

Pursuit of Happiness: Camaraelle Milord came to the U.S. with a mandate: learn, learn, learn

The 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti was the flashpoint. But Camaraelle Milord and her brother came to the U.S. for another reason as well. → Read More

Paul and Renata Rozmus came from Poland, but bring a world of music to Bonita

Paul and Renata Rozmus came from Poland to the U.S. to play and never left. → Read More

Pursuit of Happiness: After life in Ukraine, Naples artist doesn't take freedom for granted

Kovtunenko was getting a clear and increasingly pointed message from the investors who had backed her: You will help elect our candidate with your coverage. → Read More

'Don't Talk to the Actors' — but The Studio Players plan for you to laugh at them

No character will come away unchanged from "Don't Talk to the Actors." But will the play? → Read More

Naples' new trumpet takes fifth place in brass category of Tchaikovsky Competition

Ansel Owen Norris, assistant principal trumpet at the Naples Philharmonic, took fifth place in the brass category of the famous Tchaikovsky Competition. → Read More

Naples Philharmonic trumpet chasing Tchaikovsky gold

An American is in the finals of the Tchaikovsky Competition's first brass award: Naples Philharmonic assistant first trumpet Ansel Owen Norris. → Read More

Opera Naples ready for a whacky 'Mikado' weekend, then it's down to polishing next season series

Summer is hardly a time to slow down for Opera Naples, which is filling up slots in the Wang Opera Center fast. → Read More