ROLLING STONES TRIBUTE BAND TO PLAY FREE KEY WEST CONCERT

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Rolling Stones fans in the Florida Keys should be prepared to “Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out.” Torn & Frayed, an acoustic Rollings Stones tribute band, is coming to Key...

KEY WEST MAY CONSIDER UPGRADES TO ITS MAIN ENTRANCE

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If Duval Street is at the heart of Key West’s tourism economy, North Roosevelt Boulevard is the artery that carries the island’s lifeblood to it. At least one...

TALL BIKER PEDALS TO KEY WEST WHILE DRAWING ATTENTION ON U.S. 1

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Keys Weekly is still awaiting some details about this attention-drawing bicyclist, who pedaled down U.S. 1 on Feb. 20 and then did a victory lap down Key...

KEY WEST WORKS TO REGULATE E-BIKES ON STREETS & SIDEWALKS

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They’re green. They reduce the number of cars on the road and they’re a fitness option. But they’re also fast, cumbersome on sidewalks and all but silent when...

MARATHON ARTIST CREATES FRACTAL, GEOMETRIC ART THAT MESMERIZES

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It is no real mystery that art often provides a connection among science, geometry and math, history and the humanities. And Ecuadorian artist Favio Caraguay, who currently...

GET A HEAD START ON MARCH: SHOW US YOUR BEST INK!

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Our theme for FEBRUARY is LOVE ON THE ROCK. In MARCH, we’re showcasing how we’re ADDICTED TO INK! Lots of us (all of us?) on the rock...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE: 3 MARATHON COUPLES SHARE THEIR VALENTINE’S STORY

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The Marathon Weekly loves to celebrate our love stories. In the following pages, find a collection of couples who are living their best lives together in the...

KEY WEST SPENDS $300K TO RESTORE HISTORIC TELEGRAPH STRUCTURES

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The city of Key West finally is restoring the crumbling and graffiti-covered cable huts at Mallory Square, a project City Manager Greg Veliz called “long overdue.” Officials in...

ART OF DUKE RILEY: BOOZE, PLASTICS & CIGAR-TOTING PIGEONS

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It was windy on Boca Chica Beach and Florida Keys cold. A dark row of clouds looked as if it wanted to make good on a threat,...

STUDENT RETURNS TO SCHOOL FOLLOWING SERIOUS ILLNESS

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A two-week holiday break came and went as students across Monroe County resumed their studies either in the classroom or at home from their laptops. For Zane...