Women’s March on Duval

Women’s March on Duval

Peaceful march for human rights Rhetoric was the catchphrase last political season and many politicians relied on negative and insulting speech as a means to an end. There was a noticeable lack of manners among  politicians, the media and the general public. It was a war of words where no one was left unscathed or […]

One Woman, One Play

One Woman, One Play

“Throw Me Up On The Burnpile” at The Key West Theater “Mesmerizing” aptly describes the new play “Throw Me Up on The Burnpile,” at The Key West Theater until Jan 14. Audiences are captivated for quite a few reasons. It could be the quirky story of a fourth-grade girl describing her rather odd family life […]

Revisionist Art: Concert & Book Signing at TSKW

Revisionist Art: Concert & Book Signing at TSKW

Amanda Palmer, Jason Webley and Jherek Bischoff at The Studios Book signing to follow at Books & Books It’s hard to exactly pinpoint entertainer Amanda Palmer, simpler to check the box “all of the above.” Singer, songwriter, playwright, pianist, street performer, author and popular blogger, Palmer excels at being a Jack of all trades. She […]

For The Diva In Us All

For The Diva In Us All

The Muriels of Key West Fact: not everyone can sparkle. But those who do, those who can light up the night like a glitter bomb, well, those are the Muriels. They are Key West’s own trio of pure extravagant, lip-syncing, dancing, entertainment joy. Not everyone may know the Muriels, they don’t just hang out on […]

Mangoes is Back

Mangoes is Back

Restaurant reinvents its former self Have you seen Mangoes lately? Have you eaten at Mangoes lately? Mangoes is back, better, and ready to win Key West’s foodie heart all over again. Here’s the skinny: businessman Daniel Dingeman bought Mangoes from beloved restauranteur Amy Culver in 2006 and leased it for 10 years to local restauranteur […]