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How’s your family doing?

These past few weeks of social distancing have been rough on many as we collectively navigate the unique challenges of working from home, daddy daycare and the...

LT. JG GABRIELLE TROISE U.S. COAST GUARD

We at Keys Weekly have for a long time considered how to best honor the men and women serving in the military. With the help and advice...

Sinatra vocalist Tony Sands never tires of his playlist

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Tony Sands admits he doesn’t have Frank Sinatra’s famous blue eyes, “Unfortunately, I have green eyes, but hopefully my vocals make up for that,” said Sands, who...

McPherson readies for principal role at Key West High School

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Christina McPherson hadn’t intended to teach when she was a student at Florida State University, and she certainly hadn’t planned on being principal of an elementary, middle...

Rotary Prez ready to serve

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He’s a third-generation Rotarian and makes a damn good Bloody Mary. Haven’t tried one of Joe Roth’s concoctions? Well, you better do so while out shopping at this...

Former Weekly staffer publishes second novel

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Hays Blinckmann is super happy she’s making people cry.  “I know it sounds weird, but I love it. It means people are connecting to this story,” she said,...

Profile of a helper: Davis takes reins of Parks & Rec

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It’s been a few months since Anthony Paul Davis (call him Paul), took over the reins of the City of Marathon’s Parks and Recreation Department. But this...
Gary Dunn

CHATTIN’ WITH THE CHAMP

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It’s just past 1 p.m. on a Tuesday. At the OceanView Inn and Sports Pub, I have the chance to meet up with two-time Super Bowl champion...

Clayton Lopez recalls segregation in Key West

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City Commissioner Clayton Lopez was in middle school when Monroe County schools integrated. He finished sixth grade at the all-black Frederick Douglass School and then started seventh...

Ross to retire from MARC after Master Chefs’ Classic

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He calls it a “Key West retirement.” “I’m retiring from my first full-time job, but keeping my second full-time job,” Gordon Ross said, laughing last week over lunch...