Summer Smackdown at The Key West Theater

Summer Smackdown at The Key West Theater

Get ready to rumble In the corner, weighing in at a delicate 11 stone plus brain matter, it’s local actor extraordinaire Pony Charvet metamorphosing Aesop Fables. And in the other corner is Lazy Dog High Priestess Kathy Gilmour performing un-purified comedy. Get ready to ruuuuuuuumble. Welcome to the ultimate creative smackdown. Whichever artist can awe […]

LoveGrub opens in Key West

LoveGrub opens in Key West

Health food evolution Remember when “eating healthy” meant rice cakes, cottage cheese and grapefruit? Chef Laura Massey obliterates the bland from nutritious with organic, healthy food so good, it is actually hard to stop eating. Massey is all about health but even more so about flavor. So chuck the dry white fish and steamed veggies […]

Liz Young: Work of art

Liz Young: Work of art

Young’s accomplishments are everywhere There are certain people who make the world brighter, prettier and rarely share in the spotlight. That’s Elizabeth (or just Liz) Young’s role in Key West as executive director of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts since 2008. Placing beautiful art in public places, bringing artists into the community and […]

No bite = no malaria

No bite = no malaria

Local Rotarian helps The Mosquitero project   Mosquitos are a worldwide problem and some nations do not have the means or the science to fight them effectively like the Keys. Thanks to the Rotary Club’s Mosquitero Project, volunteers are going global with a uniquely designed net to help stave off the devastating effects such as […]

‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ still resonates

‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ still resonates

‘Society in miniature’ The littlest theater in Key West is delightfully not daunted by a big production. Hard to imagine taking on the literary giant “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” by Ken Kesey on such a small stage, but Bob Bowersox and his TheatreXP have done it with aplomb and zeal. Director Patrick New […]

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