Home Authors Posts by Hays Blinckmann

Hays Blinckmann

Hays Blinckmann
150 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Hays Blinckmann is an oil painter, author of the novel “In The Salt,” lover of all things German including husband, children and Bundesliga. She spends her free time developing a font for sarcasm, testing foreign wines and failing miserably at home cooking.

A Dog’s Life

I keep looking for him, it’s hard not to when for 17 years he was by my side. He was my Jack Russell, Harlan,...

Revelations in Key West History

“Fascinating” describes local author Arlo Haskell’s new book, “The Jews Of Key West: Smugglers, Cigar Makers and Revolutionaries (1823-1969).” It’s impossible to understand the...
Dance

Prepare to be dazzled

For 20 years, the Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company has been dazzling audiences. And for one night only, dancer and choreographer Daniel Gwirtzman along with...

Turning thumbs green

Need a new garden? Don’t be daunted by the post-Irma landscape; instead, this is an opportunity to re-envision a new, more sustainable backyard. From...

The best bumper stickers for the Keys

Bumper stickers are a timeless tradition —they just really don’t seem to go away — but also a very telling one. That little phrase...
Key West Film Festival's Quincy Perkins

Rothkopf takes Time Out for festival

It almost feels wrong calling Joshua Rothkopf a critic; sounds too negative. Recognize the name? It often flashes across movie trailers with words like...
My Absolute Darling book

‘My Absolute Darling’

“My Absolute Darling,” written by Gabriel Tallent, is a horror story wrapped in exquisite prose and one of the most timely and thought-provoking novels...
Art at Small Works

Key West: Small works tell big stories

Little art works on the wall do not all look the same. Yes, there is a green one and a pink one, a blue...
Healthcare grows in the Keys

Help with Health Insurance in the Keys

Navigating America’s health care system can feel like being out to sea. Every year the rules change but it’s still the same cat and...

Confessions of a bartender

Yes, they do do that! Bartending is a big profession on our little islands. They make the world a better, brighter place come the end...