Lower Keys

Checking in at EYW

Checking in at EYW

What’s happening at The Key West Airport Donald DeGraw Director Of Key West Airports has a lot of pride in the vast improvements at the Key West International airport, and deservedly so. Key West may have the smallest runway in the country for commercial airlines (4,801 feet to be exact) but EYW does big business, […]

‘Blackbird’ an emotional showcase

‘Blackbird’ an emotional showcase

Lolita later Mike Mulligan is the oldest working actor in Key West and, at 70, doesn’t just choose any role. When he read the script for “Blackbird,” by David Harrower, the veteran actor knew the play was special. The play presents a variety of challenges and ultimate theater for actor and audiences alike. The setting […]

Opinion: The People’s Amphitheater

Opinion: The People’s Amphitheater

The idea of an amphitheater as a component of the Truman Waterfront Park has been in place since the original Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRACC) Plan approved in 1998. On May 1, 1999 (Resolution 99-151) the city voted to apply to the U.S. Department of Interior for a public benefit conveyance, which included backup […]

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 […]

Book Signing: ‘The Skinny Years’

Book Signing: ‘The Skinny Years’

Cuba to South Florida story based on local’s ‘Fat’ life Raul Ramos y Sanchez opens his newest novel, “The Skinny Years,” with a picture of pre-Castro Cuba in the late 1950s. What follows is a trip down South Florida’s nostalgia lane tracing Victor “Skinny” Delgado’s life growing up as an immigrant. It details both the […]

Bowersox to teach screenwriting

Bowersox to teach screenwriting

Course at TSKW starts in January Ever watched a movie and thought, “I can write a better movie than that!”? Well, why not give it a shot? All you need is a little expert guidance, right? You can get it from Key West screenwriter and playwright Bob Bowersox, who will once again be offering his […]

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Need a good laugh? It’s a must see Einstein and Picasso walk into a Parisian bar… It could have happened, but probably didn’t. Nevertheless, this hilarious Red Barn Theatre play illustrates the hilarity that might have ensued.  Imagine it is 1904, or somewhere around then. A young Albert Einstein, played by Marc Crown, has recently […]

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