Waterfront Playhouse’s “Forever Plaid”

Waterfront Playhouse’s “Forever Plaid”

Musical Splendor The Waterfront’s season is drawing to a close and they are going out a bang with their latest production “Forever Plaid”. It’s a joyous singing comedy packed with harmonious vocals and sly humor. Step back in time to 1964 and meet the “Plaids” a quartet of rambunctious, over zealous singers, who miraculously have […]

Jamie Duncan picks up Key West 

Jamie Duncan picks up Key West 

Keeping it clean Every day at 4 a.m., Waste Management’s fleet hits the streets, making Keys life a little cleaner and safer, thanks to men like Jamie Duncan. A born and bred Conch, Duncan loves being a garbage man. This is his town and he is going to take care of it. With a broad […]

Man On The Run

Man On The Run

New book chronicles life as a fugitive This is one of those crazy, jaw-dropping, page-turning stories that can make a reader whisper an expletive by page 3. Key West resident Dan “Tito” Davis and Peter Conti, Hollywood screenwriter, wrote a helluva story about Tito’s life drug trafficking and running from the FBI for 13 years. […]

Checking in at EYW

Checking in at EYW

What’s happening at The Key West Airport Donald DeGraw Director Of Key West Airports has a lot of pride in the vast improvements at the Key West International airport, and deservedly so. Key West may have the smallest runway in the country for commercial airlines (4,801 feet to be exact) but EYW does big business, […]

New species: Not at a snail’s pace

New species: Not at a snail’s pace

New species grows attached to USS Vandenberg Build it, and they will come. Who knew “they” wasn’t exclusive to scuba divers but a brand new snail species? Say hello to the Thylacodes Vandyensis, the latest edition to the non-native Keys’ species. Recognize the name? This gatstropoda vermatidae or a worm snail was discovered and only […]