Home Arts

Arts

True Love Never Dies

It’s undeniable: Key West just loves a good love story, no matter how bizarre or scandalous, and the true tale of Count von Cosel’s love for Elena...
Key West Photo Fest

Key West’s First Photography Festival

Cool, way cool, über cool, that’s how to describe Key West’s first ever Photography Festival this Feb.8- 11th. Inspired by a festival in Peru that looked like...

Gallery opens tonight in Morada Way

Islamorada artist Sandra Attales is celebrating the Grand Opening of Studio Sesh Arts on Friday, Jan. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. in its new location in...
Waterfront Playhouse

Not Demi Gods, But Men

As the saying goes, history really does repeat itself. How timely and appropriate for the Waterfront Playhouse to stage a full-scale production of “1776” in today’s political...
Pianist

He’s Bach

Ji — pronounced Jee, like gee whiz kid — is a 27-year-old pianist hailed by the Chicago Tribune as “a gifted young pianist who is going places.”...
Author traveling

No Longer On The Run

A lot has happened since last May for a little book called “Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive,” written by local resident Dan...
Artist in Marathon studio

Rocking Rockette to Gallery Goddess

Ganine Derleth can light up just about any room with her smile, but it started lighting up ballrooms at a young age. The artist, who owns Giorgione...
art

Suzanne Holt’s work is popping with color

Suzanne Holt has set about the serious pursuit of discovering her fun side. She fabric-on-canvas game is strong, and her alcohol ink work is on point. And,...

BASKET WEAVER

Basket is an understatement. The easiest way to describe Yvonne Wielhouwer’s work is to call it art. She has one example that incorporates a magnificent horse conch...

‘The Last Five Years’

After Hurricane Irma re-organized Marathon Community Theatre’s 2017-18 season, the first stage piece is ready for this weekend. Kara Pascucci and Devin Clarke will star in “The Last...