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Chalk festival set for next week – Fans encouraged to watch...

The imagination of Key West’s artist community may not be as broad as the Universe, but it’s large and diverse and comes in a...

Gravy Flavored Kisses is a ‘head-on collision of blues and rock

The best description of our style has been “a head-on collision of blues and rock n’ roll.”

Life’s details interest short story writer

“When I came here, I didn’t know about The Studios of Key West or its programs,” Whyman said from the kitchen of her residency’s bungalow. “Friends had told me about the island and were always talking about the artistic community.”

Rusty Lemmon

No idea. But I’d have to be doing something. But I don’t know what. Man, do I sound like an idiot right now?

Vanessa McCaffrey is an actor for all stages

Oh yes! There have been changes,” she said. “The season for theater used to be December to May. Now, the Key West theater only slows down in the summer, but Theater XP, Bob Bowersox’s creation, keeps live theater active all summer.

Bill Lorraine explores the art of sculpture

The Key West artist is branching out from his piano playing and composing interests with new medium Bill Lorraine has to be in the running...

Key West journalist publishes novel of short stories – The tales...

John and I share a similar background in journalism and writing, and a certain sense of humor often seen between siblings and understood by...

Blues and cigars on the menu at the 90 Mile Lounge

Mark Miclette and his wife Holly have tried a few businesses ventures in Key West but eventually sold their interest in them so they...

Babineau tells a long, strange tale – Key West author describes...

Brooke Babineau’s book, “Below Mile Zero,” is about the Key West he lived in during the 1980s. He has written screenplays and poems, too,...

Popular author releases new book – John Leslie of ‘Gideon...

I immediately fell in love with the place, which at that time maintained a raffish quality that appealed to me. Although I still had a contract to complete in Saudi Arabia, I knew I’d return to Key West. I did. And a few years after I’d been living here, I had the opportunity to go to Iran where I worked and was caught up in the events that led to the overthrow of the Shah in 1979. I still call Key West home and spend six to seven months a year here.