Key West High

Youth football sign ups are going on now – The league has been developing young players since 1942

Youth football sign ups are going on now – The league has been developing young players since 1942

“We teach them the fundamentals, life skills and keep them doing something healthy and productive with their time,” said Key West native and coach of a quarter century Peter Estevez, who started coaching his children and now is coaching his grandchildren. He has seen the Key West Youth Football league grow over the years. Players […]

Restauranteurs open second eatery

Restauranteurs open second eatery

John and Judy Correa own the successful Café Solé on Southard Street, where Chef Correa offers fine dining during the evenings. So why, with 19 years of running the unique eatery, did the couple decide to open Bistro Solé on White Street? “I wanted to offer French food for everyone, at a fair price,” Correa […]

You Don’t Know Jack! – Jack Smith takes us through the soundproof studio into the life of a radio personality

You Don’t Know Jack! – Jack Smith takes us through the soundproof studio into the life of a radio personality

For many Key West residents, their mornings begin with the same routine. Coffee is brewed, an incredible sunrise paints the sky, and the smooth didactic waves of Jack Smith’s voice greet the thousands of listeners who tune into Pirate Radio each morning. Jack Smith is the prodigal son of Key West radio celebrities. He is […]

Mega Conch party this weekend for KWHS scholarship

Mega Conch party this weekend for KWHS scholarship

Key West Rotary Club embraces the flavor of conch at Bayview Park on Saturday, March 1 with the fourth annual Conchfest, a celebration of Conch Heritage. Key Wester Anton Lopez connects the festival to his Bahamian roots. “I am Bahamian and it is a delicacy over there,” said Lopez. “It is a part of me […]

Key West Botanical Garden making Easter educational

Key West Botanical Garden making Easter educational

Migration Mania events begin next weekend Keeping an eye out for migratory species flying and flitting over the Keys may be, well, for the birds for lots of kids. The mention of birding immediately conjures the image of wind-brimmed hats and super-strength binoculars. So three years ago, when Leyla Nedin joined the educational department at […]

Master Chef’s Classic showcases islands’ fine food

Master Chef’s Classic showcases islands’ fine food

Give them good food, good wine, a good cause and beautiful venue, and they will come. This is exactly what happened on Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Westin Resort that hosted the 18th Annual Master Chefs Classic (a culinary tasting and competition) to benefit the Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens (MARC, Inc.). “The support we […]

Ready Your Rosters!

Ready Your Rosters!

3rd Annual Marques Butler Memorial Softball Tournament Jan. 28- 29 The softball diamonds are booked for the last weekend in January in remembrance of Key West High School student Marques Butler. Marques was an outstanding young student /athlete who exemplified the positive traits of fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship. He died tragically in October 2009 […]

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