Elevated Home close to Key West


For sale in Big Coppitt Key
$549,000




Large Corner Lot
mature trees
1200sf one level
Sunset views over the water
covered parking for 4 cars
close to everything
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
surounded by privacy trees
Around the corner from boat ramp


Monday, September 14, 2020

Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends September 14, 2020

 

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

We start off each Issue with our Lead Tease Photos (Each Photo will Represent Just a Few of the Features in this Issue). Above : Iguazu Falls & then a Photo Feature of Iguazu Falls in This IssueThis Week in the September 14th. 2020 Issue : Pt. 2 WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM "42 Unbelivable Retro Photos (Below Princess Grace Kelly), Pt 6 of 6 "Animal Moms & Animals with Special Traits" and Pt. 5 "52 Vintage Photos of Florida in the 1920s; Provided by the Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today", & Johnny White from WWW.MILEZEROKEYWEST.COM Treats us to a few of the Thousands of Photos on his Website.
The Next Batch of Photos Representing Many of the Features in this Issue September 14, 2020 Issue : Pt. 3 of 4 "RESTOMOD" Very Expensive Classic Cars (Below is the Ares Pantera "Detomaso Pantera" using a Lamborghini Huracan, Zazoo Fine Art & Classic Photographs Features Dr. Suess, Pt. 5 "Amamzing Vintage Photograpohs of Life in America during 1900s & 1910 Provided by Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today", The South Florida Symphony Orchestra has a LIVE On-Line Concert from HUIFANG CHEN and KATARINA NAZAROVA (Live 9/13 & Rerun Video on 9/14) Bill and Linda Klipp's Weekly "Americana" Photographs (This week Featuring Montana & Yellowstone Nat. Park). What is so Great about their Photos is the fact that it shows A LIFE THAT WE ONCE ENJOYED just a 1/2 Year ago; and brings tears to my eyes in the HOPE that we can Resume a LIFE WHERE WE CAN TRAVEL as well as Go out to the Mailbox. Thank You again Bill and Linda.


The Next Batch of Photos Representing some of the Features in this September 14th 2020 Issue : Pt. 6 of 6 "48 Funny Vintage Photos" from the You-Tube Provider "Yesterday / Today", Lothar Speer has through The Key West Art Center Two Days of On-Line Classes 9/15 & 9/16 for "Figure Drawing Workshop" (Lothar Treats Us to some of his works), Dr. Jack Norris of The Lower Keys Medical Center gives us MANY of his Brilliant Insightful Brief Videos (Including mentioning "Sturgis"; I then do a Rare Editorial and a CALL FOR ACTION TARGETED TO HARLEY DAVIDSON), Pt. 4 Birds of the Keys, Our Weekly Photographic Journey Around Town with Roberta DePiero + A Coffee Table Book "Isolated Island", Simonton Street "Looking Good" Featured in Our Weekly City of KW Section from Alyson Crean + Encores of Swearing In-KWPD Sgt. Brenda Sellers-National Suicide Prevention Week, KW Tropical Forest & Botanical Gardens Receives an Award, SOS Foundation "Helps make Greeting Cards for Seniors" . Also in this September 14th.. Issue : Monroe County Fire Rescue Attends Annual Required Aircraft Fire Rescue Drills, Skipper Kripitz and Friends Play around Town ( If you are a Performer and like to tell our readers about your Live or On-Line Performances ; Reach out to me; E-Mail at the Very End of this Issue), + Nance Frank Owner of Gallery on Greene promotes James Kerr-Silvia Rivero & Michael Harrell.

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
September 14th. 2020 ; going out to 7800 Weekly.

NEW FORMAT

The Weekly "CRISIS INFORMATION CENTER" Feature has Grown Large in Order to keep you Well Informed from
The City of KW , Monroe County, KWPD, One Clean Island (OCI), MCSO, CDC, SOS, & Other Very Important Local & National Organizations. This Info. will now APPEAR Every Week as a PART 2 LINK at the Very End of Each Part 1 Issue.
Every Part 1 will contain VERY IMPORTANT LINKS at the Beginning of Each Issue (to give you Easy to Find Info. in One Place).
ALSO IN PART 2 : Extensive Listings of Many Websites from Local Organizations that have Contributed Features the Last 8 Years + Most of the Art Gallery Websites + Many Local Entertainment Videos + Classic Music Videos.

KEY WEST EDITOR OF THE KEY WEST WEEKLY MANDY MILES
Alyson Crean
Communications Manager
City of Key West
Work: 305-809-1058
Cell: 305-797-0417

Jason & Kate Kohler Owners of The Weekly WWW.KEYSWEEKLY.COM 305-743-0844 Jason@Keysweekly.com
Guy DeBoer Sailor Extraordinaire and Owner & Editor of the Konk Publications WWW.KONKLIFE.COM 305-296-1630 Info@Konklife.com
Although with our recent change in Bringing you many Local Pandemic Videos in Part 2 of my Magazine. I needed to insert the USUAL BRILLIANT COMMENTARY VIDEOS FROM DR. JOHN NORRIS here . Hit this Video Link from him talking about KW and the Pandemic ; as well as his comments on the STURGIS Motorcycle Rally and the Problems that these Motorcycle Rallys and other Large Public Events are creating in just a few weeks after they are over.

I POSTED ON MY FACEBOOK a Conversation I had with Harley Davidson and CALL FOR ACTION on their Part..I have Inserted this in the Magazine. Due to the Lenght of the Post ; Please enjoy some of our Lead Features First and then soon after will be the POST.
WE CAN SAVE THE WORLD; SERIOUSLY WITH A FEW CALLS TO HARLEY DAVIDSON.. Ed Krane
STEPHANIE LEONE RIVAS OF ONE CLEAN ISLAND Sends Regards ; Go to her Facebook Site ; Stephanie and OCI have so many extensive articles on the Pandemic

DUE EXTREME TIME CONSTRAINTS THIS WEEK : MANY NEWER FEATURES WERE PUSHED BACK TO SEPT. 21..
SEPT 14 HAS WAY MORE THEN USUAL ENCORE FEATURES ( WHICH IS FINE SINCE THEY ARE CERTAINLY GOOD READING A SECOND TIME /OR NEW TO YOU IF YOU DID NOT READ SEPT. 7). I DO HAVE ALL 8 OF OUR CURRENT WEEKLY ON-LINE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS WITH ALL NEW MATERIAL. OF COURSE, I DO HAVE SOME NEW FEATURES IN THIS ISSUE; JUST NOT AS MANY AS USUAL.


WE START OUR SEPTEMBER 14TH. ISSUE WITH A Few Photos from IGUAZU FALLS

Iguazú Falls or Iguaçu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. Together, they make up the largest waterfall in the world. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu.
https://iguazufalls.com/national-park/
A Few More Photos from Iguazu Falls Up Shortly

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WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
https://www.facebook.com/thekeywestgallery/
Sharon@KeywestGallery.com and 305-292-9339
 


Here are 2 photographic Teases for what is to come up shortly. We start Part 2 in this series for a WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM Feature "
"42 Unbelievable Retro Photos"
Written by Harmon Leon
After these Two below we'll have 7 Additional Up Shortly amd then Many additional Photos in this Feature ofr the next few Issues.
Twain, aka Samuel Clemens, had a great fondness for canines. In fact, dogs inspired his work. One of Twain’s rare attempts at poetry took on the subject of his recently deceased dog named Burns: “She lived a quiet harmless life in Hartford far from madding strife.”
Twain used dogs as his muse up until the end. Weeks before he died, Twain wrote about approaching heaven’s gate: “Leave your dog outside. Heaven goes by favor. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in.” This is not to say that Twain didn't like cats. He once wrote about felines: “The only creature in heaven or earth or anywhere that don’t have to obey somebody or other, including the angels.”
It was August 13th, 1961. This image captures an East German soldier helping a child cross the newly erected Berlin Wall, which was built on that day. As chaos erupted, people began fleeing and this small boy got left behind. Judging by the fearful look on this soldier's face, all holy hell must of let loose once the wall started going up. The soldier still helped the boy get passed the barbwire, despite being given orders by the East German government not to let anyone pass. It's been reported that this solider was later reprimanded by a superior officer. Descriptions for the photo have the eerie message: “No one knows what became of him.”

WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty's Gallery "JAG" 1075 Duval Square (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.
305-407-6202
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Part 6 of "Interesting Animals" will be in the middle of this issue. The First 5 Parts were called "Animal Mothers" but the last few Photos in the Series were not Mother and Child ; just Interesting Animals.

Please Find Part 1 and Part 2, 3, 4 & 5 in the past Five Issues. Aug. 10 https://conta.cc/3a8EN0o and AUG 17
and here is Part 4 in Aug. 31 https://conta.cc/31DuSxe
Then to follow Part 5 of our Photo Feature "52 Vintage Photos of Florida in the 1920s, then to follow some amazing Classic Cars, and then Of course More Art and Classic Photos Pt. 5 "50 Amazing Vintage Photos Life in America 1900s and 1910s", Pt. 6 "48 Classic Funny Photos", then Up Shortly Pt.2 Info about Lothar Speer's On-Line "Figure Drawing Workshop" and some of his work. Three of the Vintage / Classic Photo Features are from the Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today"


What Have I done?
A large part of parenthood is learning new ways to handle the exhaustion. While as humans we can hire nannies or get a babysitter for a night, our feline friends don't have the same privilege. Since those in the animal kingdom can't just leave their kids with a sitter while they meet up with their friends for a drink, they have to resort to other ways to work through their tiredness. Perhaps this tired mom of several kittens is focusing on what life was like before motherhood. Back when her life was carefree and naps were plentiful. Compared to what her life has become, surely she looks back at that time as the glory days. Surely the sight of her beautiful furry babies will remind her of the joys of motherhood though!
WE CONTINUE WITH PART 5 OF 6 "ANIMAL MOMS" UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE
WE START PART 6 OF "ANIMAL MOMS" in the September 14th. Issue

WE NOW CONTINUE WITH BOTH PART 5 of the CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS BOTH FROM EXCELLENT YOU-TUBE CONTENT PROVIDER "YESTERDAY /TODAY" the one Immediately below is called "52 VINTAGE PHOTOS OF LIFE IN FLORIDA DURINGTHE 1920s". Shortly Up Part 5 of '50 AMAZINGVINTAGE PHOTOS FROM THE 1900's and 1910's Vol. 3", and Pt. 6 of "48 Funny Vintage Photos" also from "Yesterday / Today"
PART 5

Up Shortly TWO More"Yesterday / Today" On-Line Photographic Exhibitions ( On You-Tube they have like 100,000 Entertining Photographs. One is called Part 5 "50 AMAZING VINTAGE PHOTOS FROM 1900's AND 1910's Vol. 3". Pt. 6 "48 Vintage FunnyPhotographs"
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Part 3
WWW.BRAKEFORIT.COM This Company Sponsored a Feature of 30 Photos from Cars that are : RESTOMOD . Here are just 6 Photos ; the remaining 25 Photos will be in the September 14 and 21st. Issues.

If you’re into vintage-looking cars, but you still want all of the power and flourishes of modern design, look no further than “restomodding.” The term “restomod” is just the combination of restoration and modification. People take old cars and deck them out with all of the latest and greatest gadgets in the automotive industry.
This is the best way to combine classic style and modern performance. They may have had the aesthetics down pat in the past, but modern-age cars can’t be beat when it comes to mechanics.
The Cars Below :
16) ARES PANTERA "DETOMASO PANTERA" USING A LAMBORGHINI HURACAN
17) EAGLE LOW DRAG 1962 GT JAGUAR E-TYPE
18) DODGE CHARGER HELLEPHANT 1969 SUPER CHARGE CONCEPT
19) ICON 4 X4 DERELICT SERIES 1958 SILVER CLOUD ROLSS-ROYCE LS7-V8 550 HORSEPOWER
20) JOHN SARKISTAN MERCDES-BENZ 300SL GULLWING
21 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LAGUNA 775 USING A 1973 CHEVELLE
22) THORNLEY KELHAM LANCIA B20GT

OUR GOOD FRIEND NANCE FRANK OWNER OF GALLERY ON GREENE HAS A LARGE FEATURE IN THIS ISSUE UP SHORTLY FEATURING JAMES KERR, SILVIA RIVERO & MICHAEL HARRELL (Just 3 of the Hundreds of Year Round Hanging Artists). .

WWW.GALLERYONGREENE.COM 606 Greene St.


WEST MARTELLO TOWER AND BOTANICAL GARDENS 1100 ATLANTIC BLVD.
KEYWESTGARDENCLUB@GMAIL.COM
WWW.KEYWESTGARDENCLUB.COM 305-294-3210 OPENED IN 1862
They are now OPEN ONLY Sat & Sun 9:30a-12:30p, and wisely require MASKS even though you are outside ( AND ASK PLEASE NO GROUPS OVER 10)
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ROBERTA DEPIERO Almost Everyday will travel (Journey) around Key West / Stock Island . I want to Thank You Roberta for providing amazing images ; especially to those like myself that are in Total Lockdown ISO.

AUGUST 3, 2020 https://conta.cc/3gyhuj0
AUGUST 10, 2020 https://conta.cc/3a8EN0o
AUGUST 17, 2020 https://conta.cc/2DVYRqV
AUGUST 24, 2020 https://conta.cc/2Qebi47
AUGUST 31, 2020 https://conta.cc/31DuSxe
SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 https://conta.cc/2F19sSk

BEFORE WE SHOW YOU THIS WEEK'S PHOTOS FROM ROBERTA ; HERE IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT A FUNDRAISING COFFEE TABLE BOOK

10 Anne McKee Grant Recipients represented in 
Isolated Island:
The Key West COVID-19 Spring of 2020
A fundraising photography coffee table book
The Anne McKee Artist Fund of the Florida Keys is proud to announce that 10 of our previous grant recipients and two current board members are participating in this fundraising project for Sister Season Fund, Inc. 

Contributing photographers/previous grant recipients: Lynne Bentley-Kemp, Larry Blackburn, Ralph DePalma,  Todd Andrew Feit, Tony Gregory, C.J. Groth, Mark Hedden, Martha Hubbard, Rob O’Neal, Carol Tedesco, and Sharon Wells. Board Members: Roberta DePiero and Eric Grahl.
The Awesome Foundation Key West chapter recently presented a $1000.00 grant to Roberta DePiero and Carol Tedesco to support publishing of a limited edition commemorative photo-book of images shot by 26 area photographers during the “COVID-19 Spring,” taken when the Keys underwent an unprecedented months-long shutdown. Which is why all proceeds from the sales of this book go to Key West’s Sister Season Fund, which is dedicated to helping all of the many people working in tourist related industries, including entertainment, hospitality, lodging, and some retail and guest services.
 
With a forward written by local arts advocate Rosi Ware, the book is anticipated to be in print and available some time in September. Anyone wishing to contribute to the printing cost and/or wishing to place advance orders, please contact Roberta DePiero at roberta@keywestplaybills.com.

All of the artists featured in this book gave their work for free, to help their fellow community members be able to stay in our small piece of Paradise – “One Human Family” Indeed!


Congratulations! 
Roberta DePiero
Anne Mckee Artists Fund of Floirda Treasurer
Two below flyers can be found on Roberta DePiero's Facebook PageFacebook


WE NOW CONTINUE from Past Issues Roberta DePiero's Journeys around KW & Stock Island to Photograph ALL THE GREAT SITES. Here are the Captions / Descriptions of Images that Roberta writes with the inclusion of her Photos on Facebook

For some reason, this old rusty tie up for big ships ( I think it is called a dolphin) caught my eye against the closed umbrellas at Margaritaville.
 

Need a Permit?
 

This rusty old salt smoking his pipe looks like he has a fresh coat of paint! KW Shipwreck Museum
 

This figurehead is carved in the likeness of Jenny Find - "The most Popular woman in the world at this moment--perhaps the most popular that there ever was" according to the New York Herald, Sept 6, 1850. You'll have to read the sign as the Key West Shipwreck Museum to find out more!
 

I kept thinking this was a REAL guy sitting there.... He also has a new coat of paint. Looks dashing, don't you think?
 

If you stop in here to learn about the Shipwreck industry in Key West helping to make Key West the most richest city in the States maybe even the world, make sure you look for the two videos with Reef Perkins in it

More Photos Up Shortly from Roberta DePiero

42 Unbelievable Retro Photos
Written by Harmon Leon
 Part Two; Part one in the Sept 7 Issue

A party pooper picketing Spring break at Daytona Beach in the 1980s. Spring break in Daytona Beach, during the 1980s, was a wild time. That's why it was almost essential to have someone inform college students of the day that they were sinners and heading to hell. Spring Break has always been know as a debauch right of passage. And Daytona Beach has always been Ground Zero for this seasonal hedonism. This annual event began back in the 1930s when schools and universities became to take an academic vacation period. The first documented excursion was in 1935, when a swimming coach at Colgate University brought his team to Ft. Lauderdale during spring break to train. And what is the natural thing students like to do when they are on break from school? The answer: PARTY!
On August 5, 1966, marks the groundbreaking for the construction of the World Trade Center. When the WTC twin towers were completed, the total costs to the Port Authority was $900 million. The first tenants started moving into the North Tower on December 15, 1970. The South Tower started accepting occupants on January 1972. It wasn't until 1979, when the World Trade Center was completely sold out. The Twin Towers were built on a site in Manhattan called, Radio Row. It was a warehouse district that consisted of several blocks of electronics stores - and was said to be the origin of the electronic component distribution business. Controversy erupted when this area was torn down to make way for the World Trade Center. And you know the rest about bad karma..
Who can forget Cindy Morgan in the role of Lacey Underall in the 1980 film comedy, Caddyshack? She played the femme fatale to Chevy Chase's Ty Webb. Morgan said that the oil massage scene with Chase was totally improvised. When she exclaimed "You're crazy!" - that was her genuine reaction to Chase's oiling antics. But there was life outside of Caddyshack for Morgan. She got her start as a TV weather woman and then began modeling at auto shows. This led her to become the Irish Spring girl in 1978. Wilson also appeared in the 1982 movie, Tron, which was the first computer-generated film.

Heather Thomas is an actress best known for her role of Jody Banks on the TV series, The Fall Guy. The show starred Lee Majors and ran on ABC from 1981 to 1986. Thomas first TV gig was on an NBC Saturday morning show called: Talking with a Giant. She was 14-years old at the time and was one of the hosts. The premise was, she'd interviewed celebrities. Just before landing on the Fall Guy - Thomas costarred in the 1982 movie, Zapped. The movie not only featured Scott Baio but also Willie Ames - as high school students with telekinetic powers. Here's a photo of Thomas from a wet appearance on Battle of the Network Stars from back in 1983. She looks pensive about the water.
What would 1970s women-in-prison and blaxploitation films be without the queen of the genre, Pam Grier? Her roles in such movies as The Big Bird Cage, Coffy, Foxy Brown, and Sheba, Baby - led to her starring in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 film, Jackie Brown. The movie was a nod to the genre. Grier, who grew up in Denver, got her big break after she moved to Los Angeles in 1967 and took a job as a receptionist at American International Pictures. It was from this gig where she was discovered by director Jack Hill - who cast Grier in her first women-in-prison film, The Big Doll House.
How many hipsters in Williamsburg would trade their curly mustaches for a bike like this? Benjamin Bowden created the prototype of the 'Bowden Spacelander' back in 1946. But strangely, it didn't go into production until 1960. Only 522 of these two-wheeled-beauties were manufactured. It sold for a retail price of $89.50 - in 1960 dollars. Today, a Bowden Spacelander in mint condition would cost you somewhere around the range of $15,000.
According to the Brooklyn Museum website:
"The Spacelander is a marvel of postwar biomorphic design. Its curving lines and amoeba-like voids represent the mutation of the prewar streamlined style into a new expression based on organic, rather than machine-made, forms."
The name Buffalo Bill Cody goes hand-in-hand with myths about the old West. But did you know that this all-American hero was actually part Canadian? Yes, his father was born and raised near the city of Mississauga in Ontario - and Cody spent some time living there as a youth. Buffalo Bill became a Pony Express rider by the age of 14 and served on the Union side of the Civil War from 1863 to 1865. He also served as a civilian scout for the US Army during the Indian Wars and receive the Medal of Honor in 1872. As Buffalo Bill's legend began to spread he started performing in Buffalo Bill's Wild West. In 1883, the Wild West show began to tour not only in the U.S., but also in Britain and around Europe. I can easily see Jeff Bridges playing Buffalo Bill in the film adaptation.
ENCORE FROM LAST WEEK
AS DISCUSSED IN THE OPENING "A CALL TO ACTION" ..Many Calls to Harley Davidson need to be made PLEASE READ WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP SAVE ALL OF US. Thanks Ed

Here is my Update to my Facebook Harley Davidson..and Sturgis Post as my Positive Reaction to Dr. Jack Norris ALWAYS Insightful and Voice of Reason Facebook Video Post on 8/25 that talks about Sturgis and the Intentional NO WEARING MASKS theme of the event. Only a few weeks later many of the attendees are sick and spreading the Virus ( and this is just a few weeks after the event).. I called Harley Davidosn and Politely Explained in detail what Harley Davidson and the other Motorcycle Mfg should Do..It seemed that the LIVE Person at HD was very in tune to what I was saying and I genuinely believe that Rich will tell the Powers that be at HD..he was typing everything I said and I will Open my 9/7 Magazine Issue with the chat and Info for my 7800 Readers to get Involved ; and my PLEA FOR everyone to contact Harley .. I will also call the NYT Editorial Desk today and discuss the conversation I had with HD and Possible help from NYT. Here is the Info CALLED to HD at 800-258-2464 hit 3 , and then either 3 again or 7 ( hopefully you will be connected to the Event / Everything Else Dept. and talk to Rich or another Live Person..You can mention my case #4159203...Tell HD that they should IMMEDIATELY not in 2 weeks or a month..do a National Campaign to get ALL motorcylists not just HD Owners ; to stop this INSANE Behavior as demonstrated in Sturgis .. I explained that HD (Politely) has an Obligation to Save the World , and get the message out that "wouldn't it be COOL to have at their Rallys the attitude that you need to wear masks" In fact I mentioned to HD that they should MFG Masks with HD Logo on it ; and put something simple; like do the right thing or save the world instead of SPREADING this Disease....My Phone number is 954-448-4324 if anyone would like to add on to this idea; Everyone in this group should IMMEDIATELY Contact HD ; and explain they need to act NOW before it's too late...also they gave me an address to write to (they did not have an E-Mail Handy ; but perhaps their is one)...HARLEY DAVIDSON CUSTOMER CARE 3700 WEST JUNEAU AVE. MILWAUKEE . WISCONSIN, 53208.. I am going to tag..Lothar Speer and John Martini on this to get more visibility . I will also copy and paste this and put into my personal FB Acct.. Cheers; Ed Krane
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SOS FOUNDATION, WWW.SOSFOUNDATION.ORG 305-292-3013 305-699-6543


We cook meals for 230 seniors in Key West, and we’d love your help making cards for them! Starting Monday, August 31st, we will have this card collection box located inside the breezeway at the Community Kitchen (1020 United St). If you’re looking for an activity for your kids, homemade cards would really make a senior’s day. We would prefer 1/2 size sheets of paper (or a full-size folded in half). Photos are fine to include, just no food please!
*We will quarantine the cards before delivering.
KAREN WRAY at Collections Gallery sends her regards and this photo below representing 3 of the artist at Collections :

Boza's Comparsa by Enrique delValle, Cuban Mahogany Hogfish by Brad Gruss, Cuban Joy Ride by Wilfredo Fernandez - always part of our ever changing exhibition!

Collections, Key West Gallery
Open by appt., give a call, we’re typically just down the dock!
305-923-4778  6810 Front St, Stock Island
PARTIAL ENCORE FROM LAST WEEK with many additional Hu Jun Di Paintings Featured in the Sept 7 Issue. THE SEPTEMBER 21ST ISSUE WILL HAVE 2 OR 3 DIFFERENT ARTISTS
WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
Sharon@KeywestGallery.com and 305-292-9339

We Continue with our Multi-Part / Week Feature of the Artists that Hang Year Round at the Gallery. This week Featuring
HU JUN DI ( Of course go to the Gallery Website to ALL the works)
The 4 Below are :

Hu Jun Di
Morning
Original Oil on Canvas
78 x 39 in
$49,995
 
Opera
Original Oil on Canvas
59 x 21 in
$124,995
 

Original
Original Oil on Canvas
157 x 80 in
Inquire for Pricing
 
Solitude
Hand Embellished Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
54 x 27 in
Inquire for Pricing




More from the Artists of the Key West Gallery in the September 21st. Issue Up Shortly WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
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LOTHAR SPEER Sept 15&16 ZOOM figure drawing workshop. THIS: culinary metaphor (First Drawing) as a little primer for my upcoming Sept 15&16 ZOOM figure drawing workshop through the #keywestartcenter To sign up you can simply call them at (305)294-1241. Lothar Speer Updates Us " there’s still a few spots left in my upcoming national ZOOM figure drawing workshop in Sept 15 & 16, 2020, from 1-4 PM! Only $ 130 for 6 hrs of instruction. My qualification: Natl Academy, Vienna, A/ BFA, Loyola U, ILL/ MFA, PAFA, PA. To sign up you can simply call the tel number in the registration form (305)294-1241.
A few More Drawings and Detailed Info. on Lothar and the Class Up Shortly
Website for Lothar WWW.RENPROJECT.COM
The August 31st. Issue had a few Additional Photos of Lothar Speer's Figure Drawing ; Here is the Link
https://conta.cc/31DuSxe PS : Debra Moore ; Curator at The Key West ArtCenter Sends Regards and Reminds Us : That they are OPEN.
WWW.KEYWESTARTCENTER.COM 301 FRONT ST. 305-294-1241
Starting Next week The September 21st. Issue and perhaps 4 weeks / issuesto follow will have Many Paintings from Many of their Year Round Artists that hang.


Key West Business Guild
 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603
WWW.GAYKEYWESTFL.COM 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603. 
Kevin@GayKeyWest.com
More from them Further Down
HERE ARE A FEW LINKS TO SOME OF THEIR RECENT E-CAMPAIGNS
Friday Blast-  https://conta.cc/3aH6NbQ
Sep. Luncheon- https://conta.cc/3gdt6XC
County Update- https://conta.cc/3aFGiU9

 ADDITIONAL INFO FROM WKBG TO FOLLOW SHORTLY

 
THE GUILD HALL ART GALLERY ON DUVAL
Guild Hall Gallery 614 Duval St. 305-296-6076



PART 6 of 6 from You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today" 48 FUNNY VINTAGE PHOTOS VOL. 2. I suggest you go on You Tube and subscribe to Yeterday / Today ; they provide amazing Content
Content Provider "Yesterday / Today" :Thanks for Supplying 6 Parts of very interesting "42 Funny Vintage Photos"..The September 21st Issue will have a New Vintage Classic Photographic Exhibition from one of the GREAT You Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today"

ENCORE FEATURE FROM IMPROMPTU CLASSICAL CONCERTS OF KEY WEST
Info@keywestimpromptu.org

Dear Subscribers and Friends of Impromptu Classical Concerts,

Our 2021 season is approaching, and as the Impromptu Board seeks the proper response to the Covid19 epidemic, we are reaching out to those closest to us to ask your opinion about the upcoming season. We, of course, want very much to have the wonderful performers we have scheduled to join us, but we recognize that our season may simply be impossible. Among other concerns, there would be no intermissions. The health and safety of all concerned is our top priority.

We value your opinion on this, and we hope you will take the time to complete the short survey at the link which follows.

Thank you very much for your support and your help in this very difficult time!

George Korn, President




PART 5 OF "50 AMAMAZING VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1900' TO 1910's and PART 6 is in the September 21st. Issue. Our 3 Vintage Photo Features are Provided by Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today" 

NOW THE TOURIST COUNCIL OF THE FLORIDA KEYS : EVERY MONTH THEY PRODUCE THE ON-LINE "THE KEYS TRAVELER" Filled with very informative Features. They have an Extensive Website filled with Feature Articles, Photographs, & Videos. Their website gets updated evey month.



As well as human visitors who come to the Florida Keys for rest and renewal, marine creatures in need come calling, too. Some arrive with health problems, while others are injured, orphaned or lost.
Throughout the island chain, ailing sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and whales encounter a willing and dedicated group of professionals and volunteers ready to lend a helping hand. Even during the global coronavirus crisis, the Keys' nature and wildlife rehabilitation centers have continued rescuing and rehabilitating wild creatures requiring care.
In recent months, a number of rehabilitated turtles and manatees have been released back into their ocean home off the Keys — including one rare turtle that's a contestant in an international ocean-going "race."
CUBAN CULTURE & HERITAGE ENRICH KW https://fla-keys.com/news/article/10842/
DIVERS CAN TAKE A BITE OUT OF LIONFISH AT DERBY https://fla-keys.com/news/article/10841/
JESSICA ANN CECIL STEWARD OF MARINE LIFE THROUGH ART https://fla-keys.com/news/article/10839/
LATE SUMMER CORAL SPAWN REPRESENTS CIRCLE OF LIFE FOR FLORIDAKEYS RESIDENTS
MIKE GOLDBERG STWARD OF ISLAMORADAS CORAL REEF https://fla-keys.com/news/article/10847/
EXPLORE CREATIVITY WITH TWO MIDDLE KEYS ART EMPORIUMS
WE CONTINUE WITH IGUAZU FALLS
https://iguazufalls.com/national-park/
In the Next Few Issues : Yosemite National Park, Grand Tetons National Park Wyoming, Kyoto Japan (Ninomaru Gardens),Coastline at Palamos Spain, & Cameron Highlands in Pahang Malaysia

Great Features, Photos of the Day, Hundreds of Photo Galleries, and Extensive Special Events Sections.
Of course go his site to see this Entertaining and Very Informative Website
Every Week Johnny White Covers Event and inserts about 12-40 Photos from each event in His On-Line Magazine; and Johnny Shares some with us.
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WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
A Few Weeks ago Adam Scott Rote had an Exhibition that Involved Two Different Series : World Famous "The American Ruins Series" and then the Brand New "Provocative & Sensual Exhibition". If you click the August 17th Link https://conta.cc/2DVYRqV and the August 10th Link ;https://conta.cc/3a8EN0o you will see both our Adam Scott Rote Features. These Two Issues also have 3 or 4 of the Gallery's Artists. The last 4 Issues and perhaps 4 more Issues continues Featuring Most of the Artists at The Key West Art Gallery. Of course go directly to their website to see ALL their artists and Exhibitions.. Also a little Further Down is a complete List of Kellie's Special Events.
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Montana Wandering -- Dink Tribute Road Trip

Bill and Linda Write "Yesterday we fired up the Como Se-Llama (48’ Chevy) and The Shadow (49’ Chrysler) for a Dink Tribute Road Trip to the Livingston Valley Lodge & Grill where we celebrated Ken & Mike’s Birthdays. All went well till The Shadow’s headlights quit on the way home and we had to return in the dark navigating with a flashlight. Another great memory to add to the many Dink has given all of us.
Farewell my friend, “See you on the Next Reel

Photos by: Bill Klipp
Check out our online Photo Website at: http://www.WildlifePhotos.me
©All Contents All Rights Reserved Bill Klipp 2020
WE CONTINUE PART 6 OF 6 "ANIMAL MOMS & ANIMAL RARE TRAITS"
This adorable kitty's name is Sam, and as you can see from his photo, he has quite a unique look. Not only do his eyebrows give him a permanently puzzled expression, but they've earned him internet fame as well. Born in 2012, Sam has more than 237,000 Instagram followers and nearly half a million fans on his Facebook page, Sam Has Eyebrows. According to his profile, Sam loves tomatoes and hiding from his humans. While he's known for having one of the most innocent faces in the world, he tends to get into a bit of mischief from time to time. But with those eyebrows, how could his humans ever get upset? Imagine he trashes the room and then he looks at you with those eyes. You probably couldn't help but laugh!
Freckly Face
There's nothing more adorable than a child's sun-kissed cheeks. There's something child-like and playful about freckles that most animals can't pull off. This dog, however, certainly looks like ginger if I've ever seen one! You can't look into his eyes without falling in love. A combination of a Pitbull and an American Cattle Dog, he gets his reddish spots from the latter of the two. His freckled body downplays his toned physique, making him less intimidating than most Pitbull mixes. How could anyone look into those adorable eyes and not want to give them a scratch?
That Smile
As parents, the first time our child flashes a smile is one of the most memorable moments of our lives. Who knew something as basic as a tiny grin could melt our hearts and change our lives forever? When this little guy was found on the street, he was taken to a local animal shelter where he melted the hearts of all who met him. It's not quite clear if he was born with a beaming smile or a conveniently placed mustache, but there's no doubt that this puppy will have no trouble finding a home. How could anyone resist? Between his wagging tail, brisk stance, and puppy dog eyes, this pup takes adorable to a whole new level. There's no doubt he's charming everyone he meets to this day.
An Underwater Beauty
Parents love their kids unconditionally, despite any differences. In the animal kingdom, differences are celebrated and often cherished. Contrary to how it appears, this turtle is not an albino but leucistic. Leucism is a condition where animals sometimes experience in which a limited amount of pigmentation is lost. It causes them to have a variety of colors and patterns in their fur, shell, and skin. Unlike those who suffer from albinism, leucism doesn't cause a lack of pigment in the eyes. Coming across an animal in the wild with this condition is rare, and often considered good luck.
Cookies And Cream
As parents, we all think our children are just perfect the way they are. While no one is perfect, this pup certainly comes close! This cookies and cream looking puppy is a "Dapple Doxie," - a nickname dog lovers use to describe spotted Dachshunds. More than just adorable, he's photogenic as well!
This dog's beautifully patterned fur may come from either his mom or dad, as at least one parent must be spotted in order for the gene to be passed on. Only a cold-hearted individual could ignore this adorable pup's longing expression and fluffy ears. He deserves all of the pets and cuddles in the world!
Grumpy Cat
Kids tend to have their moments when they're angry and frustrated over seemingly nothing. Our friends in the animal kingdom are no different! While it's all in his unique facial hair, this kitty gives Grumpy Cat a run for his money. It makes you wonder how his fur parents could ever know when he's happy, or even satisfied. With an upturned mustache that would make most human men envious, this cat comes off as displeased with just about everything. Despite the love, affection, food, and shelter he receives from his owners, there's just no pleasing him! We may think it's hilarious, but any parent knows that laughing at a grumpy child will only make things worse.

Sealing A Kiss
Just like humans, animals also show affection to their loved ones with a kiss. Take these sea lions for example. This new momma adores her newborn and shows her affection without any reservations. While to us it's simply adorable, this sea lion is demonstrating the love she has for her pup by kissing her square on the mouth. Every parent can agree that the first time they laid eyes on their child they couldn't resist giving them a ton of hugs and kisses. This just happens to be how most animals react towards a loved one and is universal within the animal kingdom. According to Winnie the Pooh Bear, sometimes the smallest things take the most space in our hearts!

Alaen Ledesma Fernandez
Curator, Art Manager Special Events for Cuban Arts, Art Dealer . Key West. Florida.
Due to Time / Space Constraints this Issue will skip material from Alaen; perhaps the September 21st. Issue will have a few of the Latin Artists he Represents. The August 31st Issue had BEATRIZ SALA SANTACANA ; here is the Link https://conta.cc/31DuSxe
ANNA SWEET EXHIBITION NOW AT EFFUSION ART GALLERY KW If you go to the July 27th Issue ; you'll see the Two Section Feature on Anna Sweet https://conta.cc/2ZZDMEE

EFFUSION GALLERY 701 Duval St.
305-735-4345 WWW.EFFUSION.COM

Key West FL 33040
EffusionKeyWest@Gmail.com
305.735.4345

Effusion Gallery is happy to offer two unique collections from artist Anna Sweet. 

Anna's 'Babes' collection feature underwater photographs that reveal the sensuality and elegance of women throughout the most exotic waters of the world. All pieces are limited edition, available in multiple sizes and are enhanced with mineral and resin elements.

Inspired by real life beaches, her 'Waves' collection feature several mediums that come together creating an almost photorealistic view of the sea from above. Each piece is made by hand, customizable and one of a kind. Go to the August 3rd Issue to see the Entire Extensive Feature on Anna Sweet at Effusion https://conta.cc/3gyhuj0



The Key West Wildlife Center . Tom and Staff do an Amazing Job. WWW.KEYWESTWILDLIFECENTER.ORG 305-292-1008 1801 White Street ( 1 block from the Beach and Aids Pier) https://www.facebook.com/KeyWestWildlifeCenter

.11) Sandpiper
12) Snowey Egret
13) Famosa Slough Egret
14) Redish Egret
Here are the Links to the past 3 Issues to see more Floridian Birds
Here is the Link to the August 24th Issue :https://conta.cc/2Qebi47 and August 31st. https://conta.cc/31DuSxe and Sept 7
to see the few Bird Photographs we had in that Issue. Perhaps we can have Mark Hedden to do a Feature for us with the Thousands of Bird Photographs he has Photographed ; especially since he is the Local Audubon Person ( I believe President).

WWW.KEYSFURNITURE.COM 3326 NORTH ROOSEVELT BLVD.
KEY WEST 3326 NORTH ROOSEVELT BLVD 305-295-6401
MARATHON 6001 OS HWY 305-204-6792
KEY LARGO 98950 OS HWY. 305-504-5364
As my regular readers know I try when possible to acknowledge Christopher Elwell for the amazing work he does with many non profits here in the Keys for Decades. He truly is one of the GREAT people in the Keys in our Lifetime. He Donates Hundreds of Thousands of $ and much of his time to the LEGITIMATE Non-Profit Organizations.. Christopher Posts on His Facebook Pages that his stores have Opened. Thanks Christopher; We are so Grateful to You, Royal, and Your Royal Furniture Stores. Important Note in this September 14th.Issue..if you go to the Royal and Christopher Elwell Facebook Pages you will see some Inventory Sales; of course go in person to their Retail Units as Well.


WWW.KWLS.ORG https://www.facebook.com/KeyWestLiterarySeminar 717 Love Lane , 33040. 305-293-9291 mail@kwls.org
WWW.PLAYINGFORCHANGE.COM : ALL of the Tunes are MUST LISTEN TO. Go to their Website for the Complete Listing. The Last 5 Issues we Featured much of their catalogue
WE CONTINUE WITH ROBERTA DEPIERO'S PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEYS



Cool door
 

So when Duval Street and a couple side streets were being repaved this past May and June, looks like a dog got into the hot asphalt and left his prints all along one stretch of sidewalk.. Wonder how long these will be there. And where were his owner's footprints?
 

Found on a light post. Unique sticker for sure.
 

Through a fence, I spotted this rooster.... 
 

his has a name like a brassa orchid. There must have been about 25 blooms on this plant wrapped around a tree.
 

I have my eyes on you...
 



OUTSTANDING JOB as usual; Thanks Roberta DePiero..More of your Journeys around town next week.


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Donate now link
https://www.southfloridasymphony.org/donate/



Sunday, September 13, 2020 | 7:30 PM on Facebook + southfloridasymphony.org 
Replay on Monday, September 14, 2020 | 7:30 pm on YouTube 
LIVESTREAM CONCERT | Huifang Chen and Katarina Nazarova, violin 
Join SFSO violinists Huifang Chen and Katarina Nazarova for an inspiring evening of music as they make their duet debut on the Intermission Music Series. 


About South Florida Symphony Orchestra
South Florida Symphony Orchestra, founded by Maestra Sebrina María Alfonso 23 years ago, provides exciting and enriching cultural experiences through Masterworks concerts with internationally renowned guest soloists in Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Key West. Guided by the belief that music is pivotal to community engagement, SFSO also brings vibrancy and strengthens public commitment to the arts through its transformative outreach and educational programming, including Symphony in the Schools for culturally underserved students.

After impressive career successes, Maestra Alfonso returned “home” to Key West, Florida, in 1997 to make a dream come true: bringing orchestral music, with all its associated educational and cultural benefits, to the southernmost island in the continental United States. In late 1998, with huge community support, the Key West Symphony made its debut. Subsequently renamed, the South Florida Symphony Orchestra (SFSO) is the only professional orchestra that performs full seasons in Key West, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

Award-winning Maestra Alfonso has established herself as a dynamic musical force. She is one of the few female conductors in the world. Her creativity has established SFSO as a leader in innovative collaborations, which are evolving the classical music art form and attracting new audiences.



We are so excited to announce that the libraries are offering curbside pickup. It's a work in progress so we'll be in touch if anything changes. Thanks!  For immediate release :
Library Curbside Pickup
The Key West Library at 700 Fleming St is offering curbside pickup of library materials Monday-Friday 9:30am-5pm and Saturday 10am-5pm.  To reserve library items, visit www.keyslibraries.org to search our catalog and our online electronic resources.  To make an appointment for pickup, or for more information, give us a call at 305-292-3595. 


Allison Rich, . Library Technician. Monroe County Public Library
700 Fleming Street, Key West, FL 33040. 305-292-3595
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Our Good friend Author Rodney Ross gives us some great extensive info on how Fantasy Fest will in fact survive (Some Adjustments Made to Carry On in 2020) Rodney can be reached day and night 305-304-5994. Their Store front Location ( where they do Testing) 1434 Kennedy Dr. 305-296-6196.. THIS LONGER FEATURE FROM RODNEY CAN BE FOUND IN THE AUGUST 3RD ISSUE https://conta.cc/3gyhuj0


Rodney's Feature starts with this Paragraph : "The cancellation of the 2020 Fantasy Fest has only empowered the fundraising of AH of Monroe County, Inc., which has announced a special ‘Community Wins’ initiative to replace the annual Royal King & Queen Campaign".  MORE IN THE FEATURE Hit the 8/3 Issue Link and go this Area.
WOW CHECK THIS OUT : A chance to see the hit plays you may have missed when they had their stellar runs over the last 8 years. Proceeds support the actors and crew of each play. A great way to see some terrific theater AND support our local artists! Visit theatrexp.org for more info and access.


WWW.GALLERYONGREENE.COM  606 Greene St.

I will be featuring some of the MANY Artists that Hang Year Round at Nance's Gallery in the next few issues.

WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
Look at the EXTENT that Nance Frank is Insuring that her CONTROLLED AND SAFE OPENING WILL BE
Yes, we are open to 4 people at a time, then cleansing the gallery. Also open by appointment/locked doors for clients who make a reservation of 45 minutes. We also deliver on approval. They look at the website, we bring the art to their home and the next day we come back and charge them or take the art back to the gallery and clean it. We have repainted the gallery, ionize it nighty and disinfect the doors after each customer.



Here are the Last 24 Issue Links to go back after reading this September 14th Issue. March 30th https://conta.cc/2WYr9bA ;April 6th. Issue https://conta.cc/2RaOLWK& April 13th. https://conta.cc/34zaVb0  and April 20th, 2020 https://conta.cc/2wQ83Kd and April 27 https://conta.cc/2Y2SKJv


IMPORTANT NOTE AT THE VERY END OF THIS PART 1 IS A CONSTANT CONTACT PART 2 URL LINK That Contains the WEEKLY CRISIS INFOMATION CENTER Section. ALSO in Pt. 2 : I have an Extensive Section of Photos on the Art Galleries along with the Names/Addresses & Websites/FB URLs of the Galleries, Museums, & a Few Other Arts & Entertainment Environments.. Then I have a Very Extensive Listing (with Website Links-Ph. #s, & FB Urls) of other Organizations that I've Featured in the Past 8 Years. These Two EXTENSIVE FEATURES ALONG WITH THE CRISIS INFORMATION CENTER ARE IN PART 2 ; and simply click the PART 2 LINK at the very end of this Part 1. The Part 2 LINK will ALWAYS BE at the END of Every New Part 1 ISSUE.
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DEBORAH MOORE CURATOR OF THE KEY WEST ART GALLERY
WWW.KEYWESTARTCENTER.COM 301 Front St. 305-294-1241
They are now Open Everyday from 10a-5pm

IMPORTANT NOTE : Plesae look at the LOTHAR SPEER MATERIAL BELOW ; ALSO Deborah Moore sends regardsShe also sent over many JPEGS of a few of their Artists that Hang Year Round. Starting in the September 21st. Issue we'll have a few weeks of Featuring their Artists/ Deborah Also tells us that they are OPEN 10A-5PM.
FIGURE DRAWING
Lothar Speer
Via Zoom
September 15 and 16, 2020
1:00-4:00 PM
AFTER READING THIS GO TO HIS FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ON-LINE CLASS SIGN UP AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
 
The Key West Art Center is happy to have Lothar Speer return as our figure drawing instructor, this time on Zoom as our inaugural virtual art instructor. Lothar studied at The National Academy of The Fine Arts, Vienna, where he received The Johannes Fueger Medal, a European distinction in the field of figure drawing. He received his BFA from Chicago's Loyola University and his MFA from Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. His work was shown internationally as well as in the Rotunda of the Capitol Building in Washington and the Governors' Offices of Illinois and Pennsylvania.
 
His teaching is based on the classical drawing curriculum of The French Academy in Paris from the 19th century which aims at visual acuity and a methodical drawing process that delivers results. It promotes a simple and powerful way of constructing a drawing by measuring, applying angles, negative and positive shapes, and the proportionality of shapes, while expressing the rhythm, weight and flow of form. Although this is not an anatomy course per se, as a former instructor of Anatomy for Artists, Lothar will be glad to share his anatomical knowledge of the human figure when the occasion arises.
 
This workshop is an introduction to this powerful tradition for artists of all levels. Lothar has been teaching the figure for over three decades and delights in adjusting his feedback to each student's level and needs. He considers figure drawing the royal road to learning how to draw anything. The principles learned here are universal and can be applied to any subject matter and develop skill which is the prerequisite for powerful personal artistic expression.
 
COST
$130.00 payable to Key West Art Center, (305) 294-1241 (closed Mondays and Tuesdays).
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United & White St.

ALYSON CREAN CITY OF KEY WEST COMMUNICATIONS
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Now that the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority has finished replacing infrastructure on the upper end of Simonton Street, the City has milled and paved the street. Motorists are enjoying the new smooth roadway from Southard south. This week should see the paving of the block between Southard and Fleming. The project also includes sidewalk improvements for ADA accessibility.
The FKAA is continuing its work on the lower end of Simonton, and the City will be following their work and paving the rest of the street as they finish up. The entire street is expected to be finished in December.
Much of downtown, including Duval Street, were milled and paved while the city was closed to tourists. Other areas, including several roads in need of repair in New Town, have also been repaved. Next up: Whitehead Street.
 
In the photo below: Simonton Street from Southard south sports a fresh, smooth mill and pave.


WE RAN THESE THREE FEATURES BELOW IN THE SEPT. 7TH ISSUE ; SO WILL LEAVE A FEW LINES BELOW AND THEN HIT THE LINK TO SEE PHOTOS AND THE REST OF THE FEATURES in the Sept 7 Issue

Mayor Teri Johnston and Commissioners Jimmy Weekley and Billy Wardlow were virtually sworn in at tonight's commission meeting by City Clerk Cheri Smith. Congratulations to each of you!

ALSO
The Key West City Commission, during its virtual meeting Tuesday honored retiring police officer Brenda Sellers for her 23 years of service to the community. The next morning, on her last day in uniform, Chief Sean Brandenburg promoted her to Sergeant.
ALSO

Mayor Teri Johnston and the entire City Commission have proclaimed the week of September 6th through the 12th as National Suicide Prevention Week.



More from the City of Key West, Monroe Co, KWPD, MCSO ,OCI, SOS & Many other important material in the CRISIS INFORMATION SECTION IN PART 2
THE LATEST CITY OF KEY WEST 30 SECOND VIDEO ABOUT WEARING MASKS; VERY ENTERTAINING

ALSO MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT their other Mask Video "Mask Up Key West" in the Crisis Information Center.


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NEIL CHAMBERLAIN OWNER PUBLISHER / EDITOR OF "Q-MAGAZINE" sends regards and tells us "Q Magazine misses you all but wants you to know that we are all OK and we hope that you are as well. We will greet you with open arms when it's safe for us to open up. In the mean time, feel free to view our magazine online at www.qkeywest.com Neil@Qkeywest.com 305-396-8227
KEY WEST Q PRINTING We offer a full range of printing services. Please check out our website at www.qprintingkw.com We have other items not listed on our website. If you don't see what you're looking for, call us at 305-396-8227 or email us at info@qprintingkw.com


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A Message from Michael Nelson and Allison Rich at the KW Public Library
Online Book Club Fridays!! Our main focus is on New Adult Literature. "New Adult" literature are books that are Young Adult books with slightly more mature themes and content or Adult books that can be enjoyed by teens. It's great for YA readers and non-YA readers alike to explore the genre and discuss them online.

And what's this? A link to all of our selections so far for the New Adult Book Club? Say whaaaaatttt?!?!?!?

Read a book, and then pop into the event discussion on Fridays and give us your thoughts! It's ok if you've just started it or have finished your third! We want to hear from you. Let's talk about books! :)



WWW.WATERFRONTPLAYHOUSE.ORG 407 Wall St. 305-394-7445. Go to their website to see the events they have planned as well as the Plays.

SEAN AND JILL Send Regards and Tell Us "As of Sat. 8/8 the Farmers Market at Truman Waterfront will CONTINUE UNTIL(with the New Hrs) ATLEAST TO THE END OF SEPTEMBER. Good Going Sean, Jill and ALL the Vendors that are enjoying the Beautiful View and the Networking with their fellow Conchs and Of course Supplying Many Necessities and Luxuries (Like Food and Clothing WHICH is a NEW Luxury..Duuuuuuh)." 3pm to Sunset on Thursdays.. Go to the August 24th Issue Link for the complete Article : https://conta.cc/2Qebi47

and of course their Facebook Page

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/kwfarmersmarket

WWW.THEKEYWESTTHEATER.COM 305-985-0433 512 Eaton St.
...Once again ; please go directly to the Key West Theaters Website and Facbook to find out exactly their Updated Schedule.


DON'T SEE YOUR SHOW HERE? Bear with us!  We are currently working on rescheduling multiple shows and will continue to announce them as they are confirmed. Please hold onto your ticket until a new date is announced. We will email ticket holders directly with options on how to proceed with your tickets. Thank you for your continued understanding and patience. We look forward to seeing you all soon! -Key West Theater & Rams Head Team 
The Really nice Outdoor Restaurant and Club on Whitehead Street (Formally Blue Macaw) Rams Head South is Now Open : ramsheadsouthernmost.com
The May 11th Issue ; has a nice letter from the Owners

An Amazing On-Line and Hardcopy Selection of Books; many from Keys Authors
Thank You Kevin and Staff for Providing US with an awesome Group; Now more then ever providing GREAT Info to the Entire Population. Your Chamber Like Org. is Amazing Providing Great Mixers and Luncheons and Support.

Key West Business Guild
 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603
WWW.GAYKEYWESTFL.COM 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603. 
Kevin@GayKeyWest.com



EDITOR'S NOTE : As Most of my readers know the KWBG has an extremely large following /Support and Membership from the "Straight" Communities; and is Extremely Receptive in welcoming ALL to their events REGARDLESS of Membership....Just one of the many attributes that KWBG has over other like Organizations. Lastly by Joining the KWBG your Business (if it's not a Personal Membership) gets placed EVERY WEEK in their Extremely Informative Weekly E-Mail Campaigns. So your Yearly Dues Pays for itself ONLY AFTER ONE WEEK. Ed Krane

ALSO EVERY WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY THE KWBG will send out a Very Informative E-Mail Campaign telling us about things happening in town; as well as Advertising Materials from the Members (FREE) These E-Mail Campaigns will also tell us about Many Events & Specials in the Clubs and Restaurants.



HERE IS A LIST OF THEIR CO-FOUNDERS AND WRITERS

One of the Popular Groovy History Editors Lyra Radford

Lyra spends her days exploring all shades of history. In her writing, she covers topics ranging from the 'groovy' to the downright strange. She enjoys books, movies, and strong coffee. She also fancies herself the world's greatest air hockey player. She learned the ins and outs of writing and producing film/television at Palm Beach State and The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She is currently enrolled at Arizona State University studying psychology and writing. Her work has been featured by some of the most prolific sites on the web and she is the author of the travel guide "Two-Days Exploring Haunted Key West".

ONE OF THE POPULAR GROOVY HISTORY EDITORS JACOB SHELTON
Jacob Shelton is a Los Angeles based writer. For some reason this was the most difficult thing he’s written all day, and here’s the kicker – his girlfriend wrote the funny part of that last sentence. As for the rest of the bio? That’s pure Jacob, baby. He’s obsessed with the ways in which singular, transgressive acts have shaped the broader strokes of history, and he believes in alternate dimensions, which means that he’s great at a dinner party. When he’s not writing about culture, pop or otherwise, he’s adding to his found photograph collection and eavesdropping on strangers in public.

Rebeka Knott (3rd Photo Down) is another one of their Frquent Writers
Writer of this Feature and many other GROOVY HISTORY Features
Rebeka grew up in the 1960’s & 1970’s and has always subscribed to the theory that a positive attitude will take you far! She is a wife and mother of 3 with a fun-loving spirit, believing that family and relationships are invaluable.
A New Feature from WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM started in our Magazine Sept. 7 and is Called "42 UNBELIEVABLE RETRO PHOTOS"; and can be found Further Up
Key West Botanical Garden Society, Inc.
5210 College Road, Key West, Florida 33040, (305) 296-1504
(305) 296-2242

 
Face masks are required and social distancing protocol will be strictly followed.  The Garden is located at 5210 College Road on Stock Island. For more information call 305-296-1504 or visit www.keywest.garden. Photo of Jamaican Caper by Audrey Thompson

WWW.KEYWEST.GARDEN  5210 College Rd. 305-296-1505

ENCORE FEATURE

Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
Awarded Level II Accreditation by ArbNet Accreditation Program
 
KEY WEST, Florida Keys, FL, September, 2020 – The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden has been awarded a Level II Accreditation by The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum, for achieving particular standards of professional practices deemed important for arboreta and botanic gardens. The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program is the only global initiative to officially recognize arboreta at various levels of development, capacity, and professionalism. The Key West Tropical Forest is also now recognized as an accredited arboretum in the Morton Register of Arboreta, a database of the world’s gardens dedicated to woody plants.
 
Upon learning of the award, Mary Chandler, a member of the Garden’s Collection Committee said, “The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is honored to take a place in ArbNet’s accreditation program. Our conservation of Florida Keys and West Indies trees is strengthened by this association with the global community”.
 
Established in 1936, the 15-acre Garden showcases the historical significance of flora that are native to South Florida, Cuba and the Caribbean and emphasizes the cultivation of threatened and endangered species of the Florida Keys. As one of the world’s few “hot spots” it encourages the study of this unique collection and provides educational programs for all age groups including a Living Lab for grade school students and a Speaker Series and Docent Guided Tours for adults. The Garden showcases a rare Cuban Palm Exhibit, three fresh water ponds and includes a collection of 85-year old Legacy Trees planted when the Garden was created. Research into endangered plants has been partially funded through the State of Florida “Endangered Plant Advisory Council” resulting in a Demonstration Cactus Barren and a Nursery with over 1,500 plants of 150 different species. The Nursery provides plants for the community and diversity outplanting in the Keys.
 
ArbNet is an interactive, collaborative, international community of arboreta. ArbNet facilitates the sharing of knowledge, experience and other resources to help arboreta meet their institutional goals. The accreditation program, sponsored and coordinated by The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois in cooperation with American Public Gardens Association and Botanic Gardens Conservation International, is the only global initiative to officially recognize arboreta based on a set of professional standards. More information is available at www.arbnet.org.



ALSO LOOK AT BELOW
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“Scarecrows in the Forest”
SEPT 1 TO NOVEMBER 30
 Go to there website or any of the past 4 Issues for details ; always lots of fun to travel around the gardens and look at the SCARECROWS

For Immediate Release: “Scarecrows in the Forest” Registration Extended
 
Key West, Florida Sept 4, 2020– The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden kicks off its second annual Scarecrows in the Forest event with a call to students, community amateur artists, not-for-profits and business/creative professionals to create their own scarecrows for display in the Garden. Cash prizes will be awarded with ‘Best in Show’ chosen by garden visitors.
 
Show off your scary design skills and enter the “Scarecrows in the Garden” artist design contest.  All Scarecrow entries will be on display from September 1st through November 30, 2020. Scarecrow creators are encouraged to use natural or recycled materials.
 
There will be 3 entry categories: 1) School age individuals or groups; 2) Not-for-profit groups and 3) Business/Creative Professionals & amateur individuals. Cash prizes will be awarded of $100, $50 and $25 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each category. A Best in Show $100 prize will be chosen by Garden visitors.   Details, Tips for Making Scarecrows and a Registration Form are available on the Garden’s website -  www.keywest.garden or by contacting Misha McRAE at: mmcrae@keywest.garden or calling 305-296-1501.
 
The Garden is located at 5210 College Road, on Stock Island, Key West, Florida.




Owner & Editor of Konk Life Guy DeBour WWW.KONKLIFE.COM sends regards and makes this announcement and has a Special Offer. Go to his website or write him. KONKNEWSEDITOR@GMAIL.COM
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MAC STONE A BRILLIANT NATURE PHOTOGRAPHER WWW.MACSTONEPHOTO.COM
Here is Just one of Many Books that Mac has Published https://www.macstonephoto.com/everglades-book
From Lucy Carleton Key West Dance "Regrads to ALL. Our New Location is at 804 White Street in the CoffeeMill Dance Annex. At the moment our Salsa Classes are at Capacity due to the Social Distancing. I Will Leave word with Ed and the Other Social Medias when I will take more attendees into the Class. I'll also let him know about any additional classes. Have a Great Rest of Your Summer." Lucy


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Lucy Carleton,  dance instructor 
CoffeeMill Annex Dance Studio
804 White St Key West FL 33040
305.296.6348 land line | 305.745.5578 text
Instagram: lucydancekeywest
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WWW.MONROECOUNTY-FL.GOV 1100 SIMONTON STREET 305-294-4641 Public Information Officer KRISTEN LIVENGOOD Kristen@Monroecounty-fl.gov

 MONROE COUNTY FIRE RESCUE ATTENDS ANNUAL REQUIRED AIRCRAFT FIRE RESCUE DRILLS.  
MONROE COUNTY, FL – Monroe County Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) firefighters from Key West International Airport recently attended the annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-required training at the Fire Academy of the South in Jacksonville, Fla. Fire Academy of the South is the only FAA-approved training facility in Florida. It is a national standard that any firefighter who is stationed at a commercial airport is required to participate in live aircraft fire drills and scenarios each year. Photo by Monroe County Fire Rescue. Key West International Airport firefighters David Hannert, Michael Bland, and Sergio Tellez joined Battalion Chief Cab Bentley and Captain Richard Cletta at the annual required training to participate in live aircraft fire drills.

Kristen Livengood, Public Information Officer
Mary Moeller, MCFR Public Information Officer Assistant

 
Website: monroecounty-fl.gov
Twitter: @monroecounty
Instagram: @monroecountybocc
 

Naja and Arnaud and their entire staff does a GREAT COMPREHENSIVE job in their covering Monroe County with Articles/Photographs/& Videos that you can always enjoy (everyday Just like KonkLife and The Weekly) Log on to see the Latest News. Many of the Blue Paper Links can be found in the "CRISIS INFORMATION " section in PART 2 ; SIMPLY CLICK THE LINK at the bottom of this magazine to take you to my PART 2. Arnaud Girard has an amazing selection of Cartoons he has Drawn over the Years. Here is the Link to their Cartoon Section in their Newspaper https://thebluepaper.com/cartoons/


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The Custom House, LightHouse Keepers Quarters (on Whitehead St.) , East Fort Martello Tower/Museum, Tennessee Williams Museum on Truman Ave.
WWW.KEYSWEEKLY.COM and https://www.facebook.com/theweekly/
The Editor of the Key West The Weekly Mandy Miles; along with Britt Myers and Jason Koler (Owner & Publisher) ALL send regards. I asked them to send me Information; so our readers can continue to expand the information Resources they receive ; from the Daily Sources Including WWW.THEBLUEPAPER.COM and WWW.KONKLIFE.COM

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WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339

This Sept 14 Issue due to Time Constraints DID NOT Feature any Additional Artists that Hang Year Round ( except for a few works from HU JUN DI that we Featured Last Week). The Sept 21 Issue Will continue Featuring their Artists.


Upcoming Events at Key West Gallery
and With Key West Gallery in the USA and Internationally


Virtual Shows are Ongoing at www.keywestgallery.com
Peter Max
Bill Mack
Thomas Arvid
PINO
The Frogman
Chris Barela
Adam Scott Rote
MARIO



Thomas Arvid VIP Cabin Studio Event in Marietta, GA
September 18-20, 2020
Fine art and wine experience at Arvid's Cabin studio with wine dinner, artwork releases, luncheon on Arvid's floating studio. You'll enjoy the largest selection of Arvid originals available for purchase anywhere in the world.
For Details and then RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com
RSVP Required

Live The Fantasy 2020 First Reveal Hollywood Collaboration
Film Composer Danny Elfman
Featuring American Realist Painter Adam Scott Rote
Friday, October 16 - Wednesday, October 21, 2020
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com

Thursday, October 22 - Sunday, October 25, 2020
Welcome and meet renowned artists Bill Mack and Gary Welton. New original artwork and limited editions available for purchase.
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com

Meet Thomas Arvid at KWG
Friday, December 18- Sunday, December 20, 2020
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com

Meet the Artist Alexei Butirskiy at KWG
Friday, December 11 - Sunday, December 13, 2020
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com

The Nightmare Before Christmas Exhibition
Featuring American Realist Painter Adam Scott Rote
Thursday, December 24 - Monday, December 29, 2020
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com

New Year's Eve in Paradise with  Bill Mack and Gary Welton at KWG
Thursday, December 31, 2020 - Saturday, January 2, 2021
Welcome and meet renowned artists Bill Mack and Gary Welton. New original artwork and limited editions available for purchase.
RSVP 305-292-9339 or sharon@keywestgallery.com
Key West Gallery
601 Duval Street
Key West, FL 33040
305-292-9339 • info@keywestgallery.com


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Key West Gallery

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601 Duval Street | Key West, FL 33040


THIS LINK TAKES YOU DIRECTLY TO THE KEY WEST GALLERY WEBSITE FOR CURRENT PETER MAX OFFERINGS (ABOUT 30)


A SHOUT OUT TO JAY AND BARBARA and all my friends at Wyland WWW.WYLANDGALLERIESOFTHEFLORIDAKEYS.COM
623 Duval St. 305-292-4998
OF COURSE ; DUE TO THE CRISIS Their Visiting Artists that so Brilliantly Entertain all Year Schedules May and Probably will change HOWEVER here is the Link to the Wyland Key West Gallery Schedule
WWW.GARDENSHOTEL.COM 526 Angela St. 305-294-2661
World Reknowned for their Complimentary Sunday Afternoon of Extremely Talented Ensembles that could play in large Jazz Clubs in any Primary Market
WWW.GARDENSHOTEL.COM 526 Angela St. 305-294-2661. Per Jim here is the Latest The Resort is Open ; and Bobby Green Plays in the Cabaret on Sat and Sunday 5-7pm. Jim also tells me that Bobby Plays the Organ on Sundays at Basilica of Saint Mary of the Sea
Cabaret Weekends Bobby Green at the piano (Sat & Sun.), 5 – 7pm!
StayCation!
FRIDAY cabaret at the Wine Bar . Featuring the Classic Guitar of Mateo
 Now you can enjoy a StayCation @ The Gardens Hotel!
 Call or Email for great rates: 305-294-2661



I'M SURE JIM AND KATE WILL EXTEND THIS SPECIAL FOR YOU
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A MESSAGE FROM Roberta DePiero from Key West Playbills
Roberta, Peter , & Reef Send regards and Roberta gives this Update. ALL Information about our Playbills will be Immediately Updated when additional Information from the Organizations and Venues become Available; and wishes everyone to be Safe.
NEXT WWW.TSKW.ORG THE STUDIOS OF KEY WEST but First Info from Everyones good Friend Gracy

WWW.DOITKEYWEST.COM 305-440-0529 2011 Flagler Ave. 
GRACY@KEYSDIGINET.COM Gracy Lozano Byrne
The below Site has Past and Current Issues of The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends
& Here is her Realty Company Info.

INFO@KEYSINTERNET.COM Gracy Lozano
NEXT WEEK IN THE JUNE 29th ISSUE ; GRACY HAS A FEW NEW LISTINGS
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CLICK THEIR WEBSITE ABOVE for On-Line Classes, Exhibitions Past & Present, Resident Artists Past and Present, & ALL other Interesting Information
Mango Madness Members' Show

ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS OF THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS 2020!
 
Thanks to everyone who came to the show and voted for their favorite piece. Hundreds of votes were cast. And the winners are (pictured above/below)... 
1st Place
Mango Tango by Christopher Santoro (Print on Moab Entrada rag paper with archival inks)
 
2nd Place
Lightning Bolt by Tim Marshall Curtis (Fabricated aluminum)

3rd place
Hanging Out by Helen Rebane (Magnetic glass, fabric assemblage) 
Serendipity by Rita Troxel (Acrylic) 
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BY FAR ONE OF THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN TOWN ; Thanks Michael and Heather & Staff

I believe they are OPEN and selling Homemade Pasta Sauces and their Usual Gourmet Food..Here is a FB Shout out from Heather and Michael : "Homemade Pasta & Sauces; located in the heart of old town Key West; abundant servings and low prices; seafood; Excellent Wine and Beer offerings; winner of Wine Spectator Award of Excellence"
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The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends uses Constant Contact for our Database Management and Production. It's amazingly Easy and the Customer Support is second to none (With a Tie with Dell). WWW.CONSTANTCONTACT.COM 866-289-2101 WWW.DELL.COM . Also a Shout out to
WWW.KEYSTECHNOLOGY.NET 916A Kennedy Dr. 305-296-8775. They Do Excellent Work.

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WWW.SOUTHFLORIDASYMPHONY.ORG  954-522-8445
  https://www.facebook.com/southfloridasymphony/
WWW.KEYSMOSQUITO.ORG 305-292-7190

Dengue can present as a severe flu-like illness with severe muscle aches and pain, fever and sometimes a rash. Usually, there are no respiratory symptoms. Symptoms of Dengue will appear within 14 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue fever is not contagious but is transmitted by the bite of an infected Aedes aegypti mosquito.
The emergence of these Dengue cases reinforces the importance for the public to prevent insect bites and to take basic precautions to help limit exposure. These measures include intact windows and screens and the use of air conditioning, keeping the area around your residence free from containers that collect water, wearing protective clothing and the appropriate use of insect repellents.
For more information, visit www.floridahealth.gov/dengue or www.keysmosquito.org. If you
are experiencing any symptoms or have additional questions, please call DOH-Monroe at
305-293-7500 and choose option 3. The last few Issues has a Larger Feature on Dengue Fever go to the August 10th Issue to see : https://conta.cc/3a8EN0o
SKIPPER KRIPITZ SENDS REGARDS AND TELLS US ABOUT "WATCH PARTIES" & Gigs. https://www.facebook.com/skipper.kripitz

EDITOR'S NOTE : We'll have additional Info on the gigs from Skipper and Friends Next Week. Any Local Musician that would like to share events and Info. simply write me a few lines EK10@Aol.com

Vivajazz on EVERY weekend- @ Viva’s. 903 Duval (****ALL SHOWS @7:30 - 10:30pm):

 I do continue to play every Sat & Sun. @7:30-10:30 @ Viva’s. 903 Duval. (Complaints form the neighboring Wicker House has resulted in code violations/ fines, & now we are forced to play at ridiculously low volumes. Nobody can hear us, & we make little tips…Uggh.)
But it’s all I have. Mostly, I feature Travis Irwin, newcomer to Keys from Portala , NM, on vocals , gtr. mandolin , & fiddle) with me, on Rav Vast tongue drums, & on drumset, ….or the CRZBs, with Claire Finley, bass, Chris Burchard, gtr., Rob Di Stasi, vocals & keybds, & me, drums. 


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5901 College Rd.

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