Julie Glenn

Julie Glenn is the host of Gulf Coast Live. She has been working in southwest Florida as a freelance writer since 2007, most recently as a regular columnist for the Naples Daily News. She began her broadcasting career in 1993 as a reporter/anchor/producer for a local CBS affiliate in Quincy, Illinois. After also working for the NBC affiliate, she decided to move to Parma, Italy where she earned her Master’s degree in communication from the University of Gastronomic Sciences. Her undergraduate degree in Mass Communication is from the University of Missouri at Kansas City.

Fluent in Italian, Julie has also worked with Italian wine companies creating and translating web content and marketing materials. Her work has been featured in international, national, and local magazines. She has served as president of the local chapter of Slow Food where she remains on the board. Her interests include cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.

Photo: Jeff Lindsay Images: Alliance for the Arts

Premiering at Fort Myer's Theatre Conspiracy this week is a new play from a familiar playwright: the Civil War-era story of "The Cave" by Cape Coral author and writer Jeff Lindsay.

Photo, image: ACLU of Florida

The American Civil Liberties Union grabbed the world’s attention recently as its attorneys fought against the executive order that has become known as the “travel ban.” Since then, the organization has seen a dramatic increase in donations: $24 million poured in from 350,000 donors in one weekend

Photo: Tareq Salahuddin via Flickr Creative Commons

This week the Lee Health kidney transplant program reopened as the Lee Health Transplant Institute at Gulf Coast Medical Center. One of just nine kidney transplant centers in Florida, and the only one between Tampa and Miami, the center has more than 150 patients waiting to receive a donated kidney.

Photos: Southwest Florida Hackerspace, Flickr Creative Commons

Hackers are convenient villains in movies, TV shows, and other forms of pop culture. But across the country, and in Southwest Florida, groups of hackers and other tech-savvy people are coming together with artists, designers, and specialists to use their hacking powers for good.

Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

A recent real estate study focused on the new-home market in Southwest Florida shows growth in Lee County but a surprising slow-down in Collier County.

Metrostudy crunches construction starts and home sales data every quarter. A report released this month on the fourth quarter of 2016 showed southern Collier County is sitting with hundreds of new homes that are yet to sell.

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