Tears of Laughter – ‘Cry It Out’ full of new-parent insight

The ladies bring down the house in “Cry It Out,” now playing at the Red Barn Theatre. With an immensely talented cast and director, and a well-written,...

PARTY W/ SUSTAINABILITY

There’s never been an Earth Day party like this in the Middle Keys. On Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22, Keys Cable and oTHErside Boardsports are hosting a...

That’s News To Me

His signature sign off from Saturday Night Live’s weekend update – "I'm Kevin Nealon, and that's news to me” – is in the comedic history books, especially...

Three races

When 1,500 runners take off on Saturday, April 14, to run across the 7 Mile Bridge, they may create highlights to rival these. Engagement In 2013, Jeremy Shinn dropped...

New Menu New Venue

The chance at feasting on an eclectic buffet of fresh fish is closing. Monday, April 16 is the deadline for tickets to Blue Water Surrender’s fifth annual...

Taste of Key West

Mallory Square was such a hit last year that Taste of Key West will be back at the “home of the sunset” again on Monday, April 16...

Blonde ambition

Marathon High School students are gearing up for what director Lynn Cox calls “The most ambitious production we’ve ever undertaken.” PG-rated “Legally Blonde,” which shows Friday and Saturday...

Ocean Fest is back!

Mote Marine’s 8th Ocean Fest is this Saturday, April 14, at the new Truman Waterfront, and it should be pretty darn cool. The festival is a full...

Luck be a lady (or 2) – Cranney Sisters spin the wheel again

A major hurricane couldn’t stop Jessica Cranney and Jill Cranney-Gage from raising funds for Take Stock in Children and local scholarships. The two sisters, who have co-chaired...

PLAY BALL – Fourth annual Stiglitz tourney Saturday and Sunday

Marathon’s Sue Rodamer swings for the fences at the 2016 Pops Stiglitz Softball Tournament. The fourth annual coed tournament is this weekend at Marathon Community Park, starting...