Key West

February is “Know Your Fisherman” month

February is “Know Your Fisherman” month

Who caught it?   Fresh yellowtail or frozen tilapia? Key West Pink or farm raised shrimp from China? It can be easier, and cheaper, for restaurants to bait and switch (forgive the pun) a seafood dinner. Menus up and down the Keys tout local cuisine with marketing words such as “local” or “fresh” next to […]

Key West: Still Lucky after 35 years

Key West: Still Lucky after 35 years

New owners set gallery opening party  In today’s online world of digital imagery overload, are art galleries still relevant? Absolutely. The new owners of Lucky Street Gallery, Betty Gay and Jon McIntosh are poised to prove it. Gay, a photographer and installation artist, and McIntosh, an illustrator, painter and graphic designer, are focusing their knowledge […]

Rock and Roast combines favorites

Rock and Roast combines favorites

Local Music and Cuban Cookout highlight event There’s something about a perfectly seasoned pig that’s been roasting all day in the La Caja box. There’s also something to be said for 15 boxes of them cooking on the back property of St. Mary’s Basilica school grounds. (And, 10 donated kegs of cold Islamorada Beer Company […]

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