Looking Back: Gulfshore Life

Gulfshore Life magazine shows sportscaster Joe Klimas, right, interviewing today’s Naples Mayor Bill Barnett at a pro tennis event.

Gulfshore Life magazine shows sportscaster Joe Klimas, right, interviewing today’s Naples Mayor Bill Barnett at a pro tennis event.

Also from Gulfshore Life magazine: One ad is for a restaurant that has given way to condos on Bonita Beach.

Also from Gulfshore Life magazine: One ad is for a restaurant that has given way to condos on Bonita Beach.

Gulfshore Life magazine is still around after 37 years. Its covers in the early days, such as this one from January 1979, featured nature scenes; these days the focus is on the rich and famous.

Gulfshore Life magazine is still around after 37 years. Its covers in the early days, such as this one from January 1979, featured nature scenes; these days the focus is on the rich and famous.

Gulfshore Life magazine is still around after 37 years. Its covers in the early days, such as this one from January 1979, featured nature scenes; these days the focus is on the rich and famous. Shown on this page are two items from the old edition. One is for a restaurant that has given way to condos on Bonita Beach; the other shows sportscaster Joe Klimas, right, interviewing today’s Naples Mayor Bill Barnett at a pro tennis event. Readers with memorabilia to share are encouraged to call the Perspective editor at 263-4773.

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