Walk on the Wild Side

Walk on the Wild Side

Spicy fashion show boosts Sister Season Fund Ever wonder what happens when your local bartender falls, breaks a leg, and can’t work for a couple weeks while recuperating? Sister Season Fund probably stepped up and helped with rent and utilities. Giving more than $300,000 to local service industry workers in Key West, Sister Season Fund […]

KCB celebrates 60

KCB celebrates 60

Key Colony Beach Day takes place Sunday The City of Key Colony Beach celebrates its 60th birthday as a city at the annual Key Colony Beach Day being held Sunday, March 5. Hosted by the Key Colony Beach Community Association, more than 70 vendors will be in attendance with wares varying from artwork to the […]

Concert: Howie plays yacht club

Concert: Howie plays yacht club

Concert money equals scholarships, sailing programs Howard Livingston is known for “Living on Key West Time,” but on Thursday, March 2, he will be living on Marathon time. In the annual fundraising concert, Livingston will play acoustics with bandmates Rick Cleaver and Tim Alpine of the Mile Marker 24 Band at Marathon Yacht Club. “Marathon […]

The science of making chocolate

The science of making chocolate

Key Largo Chocolates holds delicious classes Messed up Valentine’s Day? There is still hope for you in the form of locally made chocolates at Key Largo Chocolates. When Kristie and Bob Thomas’ daughter’s nuptials were on the horizon, Kristie jumped on the opportunity to take a cake-making course for the occasion. “The cake was so […]

Fantasy Fest welcomes We’ve Got The Keys

Fantasy Fest welcomes We’ve Got The Keys

New company takes over for 2017 event Nadene Grossman Orr, owner of We’ve Got The Keys, is no stranger to hard work, event planning, or Fantasy Fest. So, when Linda O’Brien of Market Share, the company that previously ran Fantasy Fest, retired in December, Grossman Orr and her team – including art guru Marky Pierson […]

La Te Da by the Sea

La Te Da by the Sea

Grassy Key motels have new owners Christopher Rounds and Patrick Hegarty are no strangers to remodels. The duo completely flipped the $2.5 million investment of Key West’s La Te Da three years ago, which went from an abused historic business, to one of Key West’s most sophisticated small resorts, complete with restaurant, piano bar, and […]

#FishForJose: Spanish Fly lives on

#FishForJose: Spanish Fly lives on

Foundation and daughter carry on Wejebe’s legacy “The show must go on,” Krissy Wejebe-Moloney said, while nine months pregnant and planning the annual three-day fundraiser in her father’s memory. Her father, Jose Wejebe, was a beloved Lower Keys fishing guide who hosted the “Spanish Fly” fishing show and was killed in April 2012 in a […]