This is what micro-schooling looks like at the Keys Weekly office

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I have already issued one unexcused absence. Max Childress, the 12-year-old son of Patti Childress, a Keys Weekly sales executive, decided not to come to the office...

WILD THINGS: THE ART OF BLENDING IN

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The wind made it difficult to think. Tilt your head the wrong way and your hat would fly off and tumbleweed down the beach. It didn’t matter...

OPINION: A TARNISHED WIN FOR THE PORT OF KEY WEST

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Dear Editor, For the first time in a long time, something remarkable happened in Key West this week. After 17 months, a cruise ship entered Key West Harbor....

OPINION: WHAT’S AT STAKE IN THE CRUISE SHIP REFERENDA

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Last May, 2,500 Key West voters petitioned the City of Key West to force a long-overdue referendum on cruise ships. Those opposed to this grassroots effort immediately sued...

Plastic debris is choking the ocean

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As we celebrate Earth Day, please be more careful with plastic bags and foam cups. And be sure to not let helium balloons loose.  The photographs I took...

OPINION – What The Fish? A look into what you are actually eating

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You are walking through the aisles of Whole Foods looking for something nice and fresh to cook for dinner. As you head toward the back of the...

GIVING MAKES THIS ‘THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR’

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2020 has been bad. Really bad. So bad that we’re collectively and insanely tired of hearing about just how bad it has been and unfortunately, still is....

SETTING GOALS: HOW TO STAY ON TRACK

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It’s time for a bit of a mid-year check. It’s mid-year. Can you believe it? A lot is going on, too many things to list. And then you...

$159M investment: Marathon, it’s kinda a big deal

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Irma, COVID-19, dengue fever, murder hornets, and whatever else comes our way has nothing on what’s happening in our islands of Marathon. Marathon has been growing and...

WILD THINGS: THE SUBTLE GENIUS OF SWALLOW-TAILED KITES

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The kite shot out from nowhere, just above the road, doing something of a bootlegger turn, its face angled one way, its body sliding another. Its wings were...
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