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#Column: Behind the scenes of Fantasy Fest with Bill Murphy

Bill Murphy came to Key West in 2002 and opened his adult-themed store Fairvilla Megastore at 520 Front St. Murphy also has stores in...

Lodging industry undergoing change

Jodi Weinhofer has been at the helm of the Lodging Association of the Florida Key and Key West going on 10 years. While the...

Key West’s comedy scene is growing

After 20 years in the Navy, Victor Lopez retired and put down roots in Key West. “I spent a lot of time on watch,” he...

#Review: Shameless Lounge a blushing success

The Shameless Lounge, 610 Greene St., opened in mid-July and it only took days for the rumors to spread about it’s fabulous food and...

Jeanne Selander – Animal Farm Supervisor

When Jeanne Selander walks into work at the county jail on Stock Island, her “inmates” are happy to see her. “They talk to me,” Selander...

Restauranteurs open second eatery

John and Judy Correa own the successful Café Solé on Southard Street, where Chef Correa offers fine dining during the evenings. So why, with...

International jazz star Howard Alden visits Key West – He’s studied...

Howard Alden has studied with some classic teachers of the jazz and blues world after teaching himself the guitar, and he has played and...

Adam Cooley brings ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ to TSKW

I have heard that Key West is known to have some pretty wild partiers and eccentric personalities so hopefully a show like “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” will be right up their alley.

Visiting aerial artist tells Alzheimer’s story

I don’t think I defy gravity, as much as I partner with it to tell a story. My work integrates circus arts with acting to create stories, text, and characters, which explore the rich interplay of imagination between air and ground.

Annie Miners is living the dream – Actress has a part...

Why a trawler? “I didn’t think I could single-hand a sailboat,” she said. “I wanted to cruise and knew I’d be doing a lot of it alone, so a trawler with engines made sense to me.”