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Naples Illustrated November 2018

An expertly curated, luxuriously produced compendium of all things Naples, Naples Illustrated brings to life personalities and takes you inside the exclusive homes, parties and interests of the world’s most affluent and influential people.

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fall into art

It seems no matter what form it takes, art indelibly feeds the creative soul. In this Culture Issue, we are diving into the heart of our arts community to explore the local scene from several points of view as we head into fall. Art supporters and collectors abound in Naples. In “Artistic Escape,” starting on page 62, we are graciously welcomed into the home of philanthropists Rick and Katrina Kash as they share their passion for collecting exquisite glass sculptures and other pieces of fine art. Their devotion and advocacy is exemplary of our small town’s commitment and fervent effort to enriching the local cultural landscape. This thirst for growth and reinvention extends to arts organizations. Damage sustained during Hurricane Irma forced the closure of The Baker Museum in September 2017, leading…

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in focus

NI’S SUPER MEN CELEBRATION WHAT: Naples Illustrated’s Seventh Annual Super Men Celebration WHO: Honoring the five Super Men featured in the September issue—Jeffrey Binder, Jim Bloom, Tim Cartwright, Patrick O’Connor, and Joel Waltzer WHERE: Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee The event, hosted by Seminole Casino Hotel, included a watch donation by Tourneau to each Super Man’s favorite charity…

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sea change

Each year, billions of pounds of pollution enter our oceans, but one Oregon-based artist has developed an innovative way of turning plastic trash into treasured art. Angela Haseltine Pozzi combined her artistic talent with a passion for the environment to launch Washed Ashore. The nonprofit raises awareness about ocean pollution by showcasing its art across the country. Pozzi’s unique animal sculptures are made of litter that has washed up on the beaches. The “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” exhibit will be at the Naples Zoo from November 17 through April 21, 2019, and the artist will make an appearance as part of a lecture series on November 15. Here, Pozzi shares more about her mission in an edited interview with NI. NI: What inspired you to start a nonprofit? Pozzi:…

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off to the races

Whether you run, walk, or cycle, there are several fun ways to work off a Thanksgiving feast. Mingle with fellow cyclists the Sunday after Thanksgiving at the annual Florida Community Bank Iron Joe Turkey Ride (naplespathways.org). Weekend warriors can join the 5-mile family ride, while avid cyclists may opt for the 20-, 30-, or 62-mile challenge. Costs range from $20 to $55, with proceeds benefiting Naples Pathways Coalition. Prefer to get a workout in before the year’s most indulgent meal? Sign up for the Gulf Coast Runners Thanksgiving Day 5K (gcrunner.org), starting at 7:30 a.m., on November 22 at Cambier Park. The family-friendly event also includes a 1K and a 100-yard dash for kids, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m., respectively. On the same morning, the Village Shops on Venetian…

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stephen bogart

Growing up, Stephen Bogart long eschewed the spotlight that followed the children of iconic movie stars. Despite being the son of the legendary Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, he just wanted to be a “regular” person. “You want people to see you as you are, as opposed to how they think you might be because of your name, your job, or whatever it is,” Bogart says. After decades of soul-searching, he ultimately found his way. Now 69, Bogart resides in Naples with his wife, Carla. He has three grown children—Richard, Jamie, and Brooke—from a previous marriage, as well as a grandson born earlier this spring. Two years ago, he launched a line of Bogart Spirits and already its Bogart’s Irish Whiskey won “Best in Class” and “Gold” in the 2018 Whiskies of…

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let it ride

1. Rediscover Old Naples with a guided tour. After a leisurely ride set against lush landscapes, landmarks, and Gulf vistas, it’s easy to see why Naples is considered the nation’s happiest place to live. Find your reminder as you cycle through Old Naples with Naples Bicycle Tours. In over two hours you’ll cover about 10 miles of paradise, including the landmark Naples Pier and a stop at the Naples City Dock for a leg-stretching walk. The tour is designed for all levels, and kids ages 12 and older are welcomed to join. While there are no promises, gator sightings are said to be pretty common—with the tour group always observing from a safe distance. (naplesbicycletours.com) 2. Tour Marco Island on a beach cruiser. Plan a trip to our beautiful neighboring island…