Kristine Gill, Naples Daily News

Kristine Gill

Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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Past articles by Kristine:

Author Q&A: Tom Alessi

North Naples resident Tom Alessi drew on his own experience as a New York police officer for his first novel. → Read More

Von Liebig to host art exhibit for visually impaired

Advocates for visually impaired champion accessible art → Read More

Cocktail Culture: Smoke on the Water at Hyatt House

Inspired by the hotel’s waterfront location, this cocktail adds a smoky visual effect to its tasty concoction. → Read More

Smoked cedar and aged bourbon combine for Paradise Wine's most popular cocktail

Watching a bartender craft the most popular drink on Paradise Wine's menu is as enjoyable as the cocktail itself. → Read More

Planned Parenthood volunteers want to help women

Patients seeking abortions every other Monday are escorted by volunteers who shield their faces with big umbrellas and offer the respite of small talk. → Read More

Seven ways to ice a drink at the Continental

There's more to ice than meets the eye at The Continental in downtown Naples. → Read More

From vows to linens: SWFL couples are customizing wedding ceremonies and receptions

It used to be you got married in the church and partied in the neighboring reception hall. → Read More

Cocktail Culture: All welcome at Sam Snead's Tavern

You don't have to be a member of Lely Resort or their golf courses to snag a seat and a drink at Sam Snead's Tavern. → Read More

Dapper Don: Clothes do make the man says Naples exec

Don Drury owns about 70 suits and 300 ties. → Read More

Naples author William Wells talks about his crime novel

Author William Wells was born in Detroit, Michigan but has lived in Naples with his wife Mary for more than 20 years. The 70-year-old released his new novel "Detective Fiction" on Jan. 31. It was published by The Permanent Press of Sag Harbor, New York. The 224-page work can be purchased at any book store (they will order it for you if it's not in stock) or online through Amazon or… → Read More

Cocktail Culture: Ritz-Carlton Naples lobby bar serves up fresh summer sangria

Fresh fruits and herbs are the only ingredients needed for a fresh summer cocktail and the lobby lounge at Ritz-Carlton → Read More

Shelter dogs are often overlooked because of breed, age or coloring

Kipper the dog has one blue eye and one brown eye. But for six months he's been overlooke at the county shelter. → Read More

Local stationery designer finds business nationally and abroad through Etsy

Lindsey Rubino started her online stationery shop when she and her husband lived in a North Naples cottage on the beach. → Read More

Naples women react to Hillary Clinton's historic nomination

Naples' women have differing generational perspectives on Clinton's historic nomination → Read More

Twice-widowed retirees find love again in Bentley Village

It might have been when Gene, the building representative for their shared wing at Bentley Village, made it a point to introduce himself to Shirley, a new resident. → Read More

Bar Lurcat's white grapefruit cosmo zesty

The hottest summer drink on Bar Lurcat's menu is the perfect blend of bitter and sweet. → Read More

Cocktail Culture: Strawberry watermelon basil chiller

The key to a perfect Strawberry Watermelon Basil Chiller is in the straining. When you're using fresh fruits such as watermelon and strawberries with lots of little seeds, a mesh strainer makes sure the drink comes out smooth and perfectly blended. "You don't want all that," bartender Luigi Cancellaro said, showing a pink mixture of seeds at the bottom of the strainer. The drink is the newest on… → Read More

Naples man writes bioterrorism thriller about fictional local hero

A Naples man with a medical background came up with the idea for a book where terrorists use the smallpox virus to attack America. → Read More

Lemurs named Fred and George through zoo contest

Community votes to name critically-endangered red lemurs at Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens → Read More

Your Daily Scoop for July 13, 2016

Habitat for Humanity faces criticism from residents over proposed neighborhoods. Plus Estero and Bonita Springs look to set their tax rates. → Read More