The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends March 2, 2020
The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends
March 2, 2020
Above Photo by Michael Blades
Every Month (TSKW) The Studios of KW does their Residents on the Porch. The three this Month are so Interesting and additional details on them are also inc. in the Multiple Features / Sections from TSKW
6-7PM Old Town City Hall. Michael Tougias "U-Boats So Close to Home".
$5 KWAHS Members & $10 Non. Go to one of the KWAHS Section for Detailed Info. From Cricket DesMarais & Carol Tedesco
Next KWAHS "Distinguished Speaker Series" March 5
"Photos of the Week" by Executive Contributing Editor" Peter Arnow ( Idents and Additional Photos Below)
Michael Marrero & Julio Trinidad
Lisa D. Watson
Above 4 are the 3 March Exhibitions at TSKW (The Studios of Key West) that Have Receptions on Thurs. March 5 and run through March 26. The 4th Above is "Repair" A Two Man Play Sneak Preview Reading Event from Michael Marrero & Julio Trinidad with Interface with Audiences. (Much Additional Info. and Direct Links to ALL Events on the TSKW Website)
CoffeeMill's March 7 "Garden Party for Dance" to help fund the Young Dance Collective & upcoming Swan Lake performance
Part 3 : The 2020 Anne McKee Artists Fund Fine Art Auction was so Far The Best in Excitement / Diversity of Art , Entertainment and of course Well Deserved Income for Our Local Artists and for the Fund. As Usual The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends has a Multi Part / Week Post Feature Showing Close Ups of ALL 51 pieces in the Auction-Many Artists Standing in Front of their Work (During the Cocktail Networking), and Of Course the Actual Auction which was Brilliantly run by Auctioneer Stephanie Kaple and Mc'd by Roberta DePietro and Of Course All the McKee Staff and Volunteers.
We Start the On-Line Photographic Exhibition "LA During the 1920's & 1930's"
Photos & Articles by Alyson Crean
Encore Feature : The City of KW Honors Retiring Fire Dept. Chief Michael Davila in the Weekly City of KW Section & Simonton St. Paving PLUS New This Week
Key West Mayor Teri Johnston, Naval Hospital Branch Health Clinic Commander Valerie Littlefield, and Commissioner Clayton Lopez Honoring Black History Month