About STEPHANIE BORDEN
BiographyStephanie Borden holds a bachelor of arts degree in mass communications from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota and has completed training as a family mediator at the University of South Florida and Harvard Law School. She has worked as a licensed private investigator intern and has taught workshops on aging-in-place and consumer fraud protection for the Renaissance Academy of Florida Gulf Coast University.
Last surviving FBI agent at JFK autopsy dies in Fort Myers
Published 04/18/2012 at 8:26 p.m.
He was the last surviving FBI agent to attend the autopsy of President John F. Kennedy. But, as family and friends say, James Sibert was much more than that.
Naples resident John Pollok has defended the Mafia's best known, and he's sharing stories
Published 03/12/2012 at 2 p.m.
Former mob attorney John Pollok will lead a two-part series entitle, "All about the Mob," at FGCU beginning March 15.
Fort Myers woman to be ordained Catholic priest; church leaders warn of consequences to her 'immortal soul'
Published 01/20/2012 at 10:14 p.m.
As your Bishop, I urge you to refrain from participating in what will be an invalid attempt at ordination, Bishop Frank J. Dewane wrote. This opportunity is taken to inform you that, should you proceed
Florida Rep turns holiday classic into a staged radio play, with a new layer of story
Published 12/15/2011 at 4 a.m.
Florida Repertory Theatre took the unusual challenge of staging a play about a radio production that is a play within: "It's a Wonderful Life."
Ave Maria director at helm of idependent chorale
Published 12/08/2011 at 4 a.m.
Ave Maria music director takes on rebuilding of symphonic chorale.
From origami to your ears: Sophisticated acoustics help busy new FGCU hall create dynamic sound
Published 11/17/2011 at 4 a.m.
Four hundred years after the debut of traditional Japanese origami, the intricate art of paper-folding has blended with the science of sound in the U. Tobe Recital Hall on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University. The results have indirectly ...
Forever family: Parents who lose babies at birth find solace in farewell memorials provided through portraits taken by Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep volunteers
Published 10/23/2011 at 6 a.m.
When most of us think of framing our family photographs, we're debating wood or crystal, silver or gold. But the photographs of some local families are framed first by the loving arms of grieving parents whose newborn babies died too ...
Newly public sulphur pools in San Carlos attract health seekers
Published 10/03/2011 at 1:51 p.m.
Prospectors drilling for oil in San Carlos Park back in the 1960s didn’t hit black gold. But some people see the warm sulphur springs they discovered as even more valuable because of its reported health benefits. Boring 1,000 feet straight ...
‘Cultural creatives’ center closing; lacks people, money
Published 09/23/2011 at 3:42 p.m.
Because she believes in miracles, the Rev. Heidi Peck hopes what’s billed as Sunday’s final service at the Center for Spiritual Living Naples won’t be a swan song, but the rebirth of a phoenix, the bird fabled for rising from ...
FGCU students race through 24-hour contest to create art — and win $500
Updated 09/16/2011 at 10 a.m.
College students typically won’t give up sleep without good reason. But the lure of three $500 prizes was enough to keep some of them awake all night last Friday, working to win Florida Gulf Coast University’s fifth annual 24-Hour Festival.<
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