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DJ FIJI brings multicultural experiences from global waters

By Alex Rickert DJ FIJI doesn’t carry himself like a disc jockey who spent the last nine years spinning tracks for thousands of people all over the globe....

20 Questions With Chris Sante

He was drawn into politics when Islamorada was going to be incorporated. The population was split on the idea, and Chris Sante was originally against it due...

Tony Falcone is the Godfather of Fantasy Fest

No one is as cool, creative or as interesting to the history of Key West than Tony Falcone. He would be the last to admit that his...

20 Q’s With Richard Malafy:  Keys Attorney Opens Up on Work Ethic, Fishing and...

Two events in attorney Richard Malafy’s early life would set the course. When he was 12, the family visited Key West for some relaxation and fishing. When...

Youngberg, thankful for help, returns the favor

Suzi Youngberg is too sweet. Sweet like the blackberries she remembers picking with her grandmother when she was little growing up in rural Georgia. She later had...

Local Key West Film Maker’s Journey Offers Hope and Inspiration

After Irma there was a bevy of online videos; the ones that resonated loudly with Keys’ residents were created by Matthew Dockery, a young and talented Key...

The Bee Man – Jason Beeman — banker, Conch — reflects on the life and...

By way of the Bahamas generations ago, Jason Beeman is a born-and-raised sixth-generation Conch. With a deep love of Conch baseball in his veins, he isn’t joking...

Run, Beth, Run – Such a happy way of helping others

Beth Moyes is a Jersey girl with Australian roots, and is known around town as one of the most energetic ladies on the island. Actually, “energetic” is...

Dipre dispels myths, rumors about Crocs

FWC Captain David Dipre is a guardian of natural resources – whether he’s apprehending a lobster poacher, protecting saltwater crocodiles or giving his 17-year-old daughter the keys...

Layton’s Bruce Halle elected unopposed

Bruce Halle lived all over the states as his banking career unfolded — Miami, New York (twice), Phoenix, Maryland (twice) and one four-year stint overseas in Brussels....