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Naples Illustrated

Naples Illustrated September 2016

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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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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fall into season

Each year, the “season” in Naples seems to start a bit earlier. It certainly appears we are steadily shifting to a more year–round season. Of course, part of that shift is a result of more young couples with school-aged children planting roots in the area— and they return to our little slice of paradise earlier than what’s been customary for the start of the school year. This month, we celebrate those youngsters heading back to class with our first-ever kids’ fashion feature. Turn to page 66; you won’t want to miss these Neapolitan children styled in back-to-school cool. While September signals the official end of summer, thankfully our coastal town also offers endless beach days all year long. For those of us who cannot get enough of our sun, sand, and surf,…

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naplesillustrated.com

SWEET SEPTEMBER There are many tasty reasons for foodies to celebrate this month. Not only is it National Honey Month, it’s also the beginning of mullet season. Pick up some of the sticky golden syrup, break out your fishing rod, and use the last of your summer mangoes to create this sweet and spicy dish courtesy of Chef Justin Timineri from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. VISIT NAPLESILLUSTRATED.COM/HONEY RECIPES FOR MORE RECIPES WITH HINTS OF HONEY. Ingredients (serves 4) ¼ cup honey ¼ cup rice wine vinegar 2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard ¼ tsp. hot pepper sauce 1 tbsp. diced jalapeñ ½ cup pureed mango 4 mullet fillets (6 oz. each) Parsley sprigs for garnish Preheat grill to medium-hot. Combine all ingredients except fish fillets in a small bowl. Reserve 1/2 cup of sauce to serve with…

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q&a a novel approach

Naples resident Nathan Hill, an acclaimed short-story writer and English professor, just released his first novel, The Nix (Knopf, 2016). Its protagonist, Samuel Andresen-Anderson, is a professor and struggling writer. His mother, who abandoned him when he was a child, appears decades later in the news for committing a seemingly politically motivated crime—pelting the ultra-right-wing governor of Wyoming with a fistful of stones. The plot revolves around Samuel’s mission to uncover secrets of the past to find out who his mother really is and help her out of trouble. It’s an epic tale crisscrossing many decades. Even before its release, the book raked in glittering accolades from the likes of Kirkus and Publishers Weekly. It even elicited praise from the great author John Irving, who said it’s “a mother-son psychodrama…

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tribute to a naples classic

The Dock at Crayton Cove (dockcraytoncove.com) celebrated its fortieth anniversary this year and hosted the final Great Dock Canoe Race in May. The milestone was the perfect time for Debby DePasquale, wife of The Dock founder Vin DePasquale, to publish a book: The Dock at Crayton Cove, Everybody’s Kitchen (2016, Mascot Books). “When we would get together with friends, they were always curious about the restaurant and why Vin chose Naples,” says DePasquale. “Finally, I told him, ‘We need to write down your story.’” With recipes and photographs, the book illustrates the history of The Dock and how it has changed over the years. Proceeds from sales benefit The David Christian DePasquale ’92 Memorial Scholarship Fund at The Culinary Institute of America, founded to honor Vin’s late son. The book…

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serving art

THE UNITED ARTS COUNCIL OF COLLIER COUNTY HAS A NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH A LONG HISTORY IN NONPROFITS. MARCIA CLARK FIRST VOLUNTEERED AT UAC AFTER MOVING TO NAPLES A LITTLE MORE THAN A YEAR AGO. THE PITTSBURGH NATIVE HAS BEEN INVOLVED WITH NONPROFITS SINCE THE 1980S, WHEN SHE FOUNDED THE MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. “WHAT YOU LOVE WHEN YOU’RE YOUNG SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO WHAT YOU DO AS AN ADULT,” SAYS CLARK. “I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS IN FOURTH OR FIFTH GRADE, I WENT AROUND THE BLOCK COLLECTING DONATIONS FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS.” SHE PLANS ON CONTINUING SOME UAC EVENTS, SUCH AS THE STARS IN THE ARTS AWARD, BUT IS ALSO PUSHING FOR FUNDING FOR ART CLASSES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ONE OF HER GOALS IS TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON…

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bridging history

The architect responsible for bringing a touch of tiki culture to numerous buildings on Marco Island has been honored for his contributions to the island’s development. In a celebration in May, the Smokehouse Bay Bridge was renamed the Herbert R. Savage Bridge after the man who brought a taste of Polynesia to Marco. Attendees from the Marco Island Historical Society and Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala joined Savage and his wife, Emily, in singing “God Bless America,” followed by cake decorated with an image of the Savages and the bridge.…