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


Sunday, October 11, 2020

Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends October 12, 2020

 

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 12, 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 : Bill and Linda Klipp's Weekly Photographic Journey Around The Country (This Week the 23rd Annual Paddle Classic at Higgs Beach); also above A Photographic Exhibition from Yosemite National Park with the Feature to follow shortly Below. This Week in the October 12th. 2020 Issue : Our Continued Weekly Feature from The Key West Gallery & ALL their Artists that Hang Year Round (Below : Bimini Island by Tripp Harrison. Hand-Embellished, Signed and Numbered, Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas. 20 x 40 in.), , Pt. 2"49 Most Powerful & Rare Historical Photos Vol. 40" from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Perfect Life", Our Weekly "The City of Key West" Section with a few Articles Inc. A Special Feature on Alyson Crean's First 12 Years, Then Below we Have Our Weekly Feature from WWW.TSKW.ORG and Info. on "The Smallest Parade in the Universe" Oct. 24 by Gordon Ross & the Next Edition of "Two Palms" on 10/14 Featuring Tom Kitt, TDC (Tourist Developement Council has their "October Keys Traveler" On-Line Magazine, Then Roberta DePiero's Weekly Photographic Feature around Town ( Pictured Below with Key West PlayBills Partner Peter Arnow), The City of KW comes out with the 2020 Old Town Parking Pass, Our Good Friend & Curator Extraodinaire Alean Ledesma Fernandez brings us some of his Latin Artists (Below :"How Can I Save You" by Carlos Guzman 52 X 45 Acrylic on Canvas), + Many Additional Features inc. The Sat. Oct 17 Native Plant Sale from the KW Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden, and Take Stock in Children.
The Next Batch of Photos Representing Many of the Features in this Issue October 12, 2020 Issue : Pt. 1 from WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM "Photographs You'll Not Find in Books , "The Key West Covid-19 Spring of 2020 Large Photo Book", Much Going on at The Studios of KW Inc. Pt. 2 The Marc House Art Exhibiton at WWW.TSKW.ORG Featuring Marc Members Oct. 1 to Oct.29 (Below :SOLD. Billy Henderson.Ocean Colors. Canvas. 8 x 6. $30) , Updated Info. from Alyson Crean & The City of KW on the Upcoming Oct. 20th. Commision Meeting + the Opening of the New "COMMUNITY SERVICES" Building on Northside Blvd. Hosting on 10/14 Commissioner Sam Kaufman's Dist. #2 Town Meeting 5:30-7:30pm + "Kids Masquerade Party Produced by the "Mom and Pop Business Organization" on Oct 31 5-8pm at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater + The City Honors "Fire Prevetion Week" & Gives away 1500 FREE Smoke Detectors. Also Featured in this Oct. 12 Issue : Dr. Jack Norris of The Lower Keys Medical Center gives us MANY of his Brilliant Insightful Brief Videos, The Last HomeTown Key West Q & A was on Oct. 5 at 5:30p + We have the Video URL LINKS for the Entire HomeTown KW 9/21 & 10/5 Q & As, Kristen Livengood from Monroe County gives us Information. Plus Many Aditional Additional Features Including the Complete Schedule of the Sunset Series at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater. + (ENCORE) Our Good Friend Michael Palmer Tells The Soprafina Gallery on Thayer St. in Boston about Our Magazine and Owner Frank Sent Us Material about their Latest Exhibition Featuring Christopher Chippendale (Below : "Reprise of Nanies Place" Oil on Linen 38 X 31), + Of Course Many Additional Features Inc.: Gallery on Greene's Many Artists inc. New Works from James Kerr, Alfred Crimi, Silvia Rivero, Henry LaCagnina, Michael Harrell,Mike Rooney, Harriett Frank, Priscilla Coote, Michael Marrero, Peter Vey, & Andy Thurber + Raffle for Frankie Winner.



THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
October 12, 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
United & White St.

ALYSON CREAN CITY OF KEY WEST COMMUNICATIONS


Probably the most important fixture in a home is a fully functioning smoke detector. On Thursday, Key West Fire Chief Alan Averette and members of the department were thrilled to receive a donation of 150 smoke alarms from Margaritaville Resort, presenting by General Manager Diane Schmidt.
The smoke alarms are free and available to any household that does not have smoke alarms. They are available at Fire Station #1 on North Roosevelt Blvd.
“We are so grateful for this donation,” said Capt. Jason Barroso. “This has become a generous tradition that helps prevent fires in the community. We want to thank Ms. Schmidt as well as Andy Strunk with Strunk Ace Hardware who has, for many years, donated smoke detector during Fire Prevention Month.”
The Key West Fire Department is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) ¬ the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years to promote this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Serve up Fire Safety in the Kitchen,” reminding us to stay alert and use caution when cooking to reduce the risk of kitchen fires.
The theme reminds the community to stay in the kitchen while frying food on the stovetop, keep a three-foot kid-free zone around cooking areas,, and keep anything that might catch fire away from stovetops.
At this week’s City Commission meeting, Mayor Teri Johnston and the City Commission proclaimed October 4th through the 10th as Fire Prevention Week.
The Key West Fire Department considers all of the month of October as Fire Prevention Month, and is hosting a series of events in support of this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, including visits of fire personnel and apparatus to schools for life safety education, as well as visits to the fire stations by day care facilities. These visits will be conducted using CDC Covid-19 safety guidelines.
NFPA statistics show that home fires killed 2,630 people in the U.S. in 2017, and fire department responded to 357,000 home fires that year.
Fire Marshal Danny Blanco notes that, although people feel safest in their home, it is also the place people are at greatest risk to fire, with four out of five U.S. fire deaths occurring at home. That over-confidence contributes to a complacency that can cost a life.
“Working in the fire service for many years, we know that people often make choices in fire situations that jeopardize their safety or even cost them their lives,” said Blanco. “We need to do a better job of teaching people about the potentially life-saving difference that just taking care in the kitchen can make.”

MORE FROM ALYSON CREAN AND THE CITY OF KEY WEST IN THEIR USUAL WEEKLY AREAS, Inc. Alyson Crean Celebrating 12 Years with the City.

BELOW IS MAYOR TERI JOHNSTON's Latest Weekly Video Link
533 Eaton St. 305-296-0458


Over the past several months, MARC clients have had to take extra safety precautions and self-isolate to protect their health. During that difficult time, many have found art-making to be a perfect outlet. This collection of paintings and sculptures by MARC clients shows the highs, lows and in-between felt by this community during a most unusual time.

Part 2 of 2
MARC IN THE TIME OF COVID
ONLINE GALLERY
 
65% of art sales go directly to The Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens, a non-profit agency serving differently-abled adults.
Work can be purchased online, or you can do it the old fashioned way by giving us a call at 305-296-0458.
For additional information on any purchase you make, please read more HERE AT THIS LINK

FIRST 6 WORKS OF ART FROM THE MARC ARTISTS
1) Ben Neff. Butterfly. Wood. $20
2) Ben Neff. Mountains for Days. Canvas. 8 x 10″. $40
3) Billy Henderson. Blue Skies. Paper. 18 x 12″. $30
4_ Billy Henderson. Candy Corn. Earrings. $12
 
5) Billy Henderson. Jade Dreams. Necklace. $15
 
6) Billy Moore. Abstract Art. Canvas. 8 x 10″. $40



ALSO YOU CAN VIEW ALL THE WORKS ON LINE ; HIT THIS LINK : VIEW GALLERY EXHIBITION ON-LINE Exhibition runs Oct 1 to Oct 29

Come in and see us!
Gallery Hours : Tue-Sat, 12pm-4pm 

Or to schedule a private reception for up to 10 guests, please email info@tskw.org.
MORE FROM THE MARC ARTISTS IN THE OCT. 19TH. ISSUE
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Part 2 "49 MOST POWERFUL & RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS (VOL 40) from POPULAR YOU TUBE CONTENT PROVIDER "PERFECT LIFE". After this section.. Part 3 of the "49 MOST POWERFUL & RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS (VOL 40) will be in the Oct. 19th. Issue

WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
Sharon@KeywestGallery.com and 305-292-9339

Javier Mulio, Inquire for Pricing


Known for realistic, exquisite reproductions of still life images, it is no coincidence that Javier Mulio is simply known as Javier among his international list of collectors. Hailing from the artistically popular Alcoy (Alicante) Spain, Javier was born December 24, 1957 and was inspired by the artists around him at an early age. He started painting at fourteen and quickly began formal training four years later.
From 1962 to 1971, Javier studied at the Virgen de los Lirios in his hometown and remained there while he received a Fourth Degree Certificate. He also studied at the School of Mila Gomez between 1973 and 1976. His personal style and technique blend his interests in photography with the styles he learned under the Classic Master Zurbaran and instructor Mila Gomez.
Javier credits his admiration and studies of Salvador Dali with inspiring him to explore the possibilities of art. Javier discovered great passion and success in depicting his favorite still life subjects – flowers and fruit. His style lends perception, elegance and simplicity to the objects he portrays. By identifying the beauty and small details of the world around him, a magnificent still life takes form in Javier’s paintings. Upon completing his education, Javier began painting professionally and has since become internationally recognized for the realistic, small details he captures in his still life images.
His works are included in private collections throughout Japan, Saudi Arabia, Jakarta, Bahrain, Holland and the United States. Collectors include a Saudi Arabian Prince, and many other important aristocrats and business people throughout the world. Javier’s style has met with great success, including international exhibitions at the Galeria Sanchez, Granada, Spain in 1982; Galeria Aquado, Logrono, Spain in 1995 and Galeria Soria, Chateauroux, France in 1996. In 1997 his work became available in the United States, where he has enjoyed further recognition at national art shows including the New York Artexpo, International Atlanta Art Buyers Caravan and numerous One Man Shows across the United States.

 
INQUIRY FOR PRICING
A Toast to Love. Original Oil, 12 x 8 in

Always a Classic, Original Oil Painting, 14 x 11 in
 
Born in the USA. Original Oil Painting. 13 x 7 in

Refined Beauty. Original Oil on Board. 11 x 14 in
 
The Buck Stops Here. Original Oil Painting. 12 x 8 in.
 
Unforgettable. Original Oil Painting. 11.80 x 7.90 in



UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE MORE FROM THE KEY WEST GALLERY WITH ARTIST TRIPP HARRISON : BELOW "Adirondack Chairs"
Hand-Embellished, Signed and Numbered, Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
18 x 20 in
$950
Our good friend Carol Tedesco writes "Hello friends - please share! Back in May, Roberta DePiero approached me about collaborating on a photo-book commemorating the Key West COVID-19 Spring of 2020. She'd noticed that I and a number of other photographers had been out shooting during what is surely one of the most unique and surreal times in our local history - the "COVID-19 Spring," which we defined as running from March 1, when Florida's first COVID-19 cases were announced, to June 1, the day after the upper Keys checkpoint was dismantled. Seeded with a $1000 grant from the Awesome Foundation Key West and additional donations from individuals and business to help cover the printing expense, this soon-to-be released, beautiful, 352 page, numbered/LIMITED EDITION book - produced as a fundraiser for Sister Season Fund - showcases some 350 images of our island home as experienced by more than 25 photographers. Order now at www.keywestauthors.com. Special pre-printing price $49; price as of November 1 will be $74.99.
*Everyone involved in the creation of this book has donated their time and/or talents so that all proceeds can benefit Sister Season Fund and their crucial COVID-19 relief efforts on behalf of those in tourist-rated industries."
THE KEY WEST COVID-19 SPRING OF 2020 LARGE PHOTO BOOK
WWW.KEYWESTARTCENTER.COM 301 Front St. 305-294-1241

We Continue Next Week (Oct. 19) with our Weekly Feature from the Artists of the Key West Art Center. Thanks Deborah Moore.
WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM Next but First : ENTIRE EVENT VIDEO FROM THE URL VIDEO LINK OF THE THIS PAST 9/21 PRESENTATION OF THE 2020 CANDIDATES Q & A ; SIMPLY CLICK THIS GREEN LINK ; Then 10/5 Further Down


On Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:30 pm, candidates in the County Commission District 1 (Cates and Mannix), County Commission District 3 (Carruthers and Martinez), Key West City Commission Seat 6 races were asked about issues, candidate contrast and platform questions by four distinguished panelists. There was also a segment on the Key West Cruise Ship Referendums.
 
The panelists for the September 21, 2020 Q&A Forum were: Joe Moore, News Director, Florida Keys Media; Richard Tamborrino, Editor Key West Citizen; Mandy Miles, Editor Key West Weekly and Stephanie Kaple, ED Florida Keys Outreach Coalition.
The Sept 21st Q & A Featured President Todd German as the Moderator and as Usual was Brilliant.
Streamed Live from the Studios of Key West, this Hometown! Candidate Forum features was :
Key West Commission Seat 6 featuring Lopez and Barnett
County Commission District 5 featuring Forster and Peixoto
County Commission District 3 featuring Carruthers and Martinez
County Commission District 1 featuring Cates and Mannix
Key West Cruise Ship Referendums

HERE IS THE URL VIDEO LINK TO THE ENTIRE OCT. 5 HOMETOWN KEY WEST Q & A


OCTOBER 5, 2020


FEATURED RACES on OCTOBER 5, 2020 Q & A

U.S. Representative

State Senate

State Representative

State Attorney

NOTE: This is NOT the order of races for the night of the event.

HOMETOWN CANDIDATE FORUM 10/5/2020
 

Before you vote! Pour your favorite beverage, download Hometown’s 2020 Election Guide, and watch the local candidates go one-on-one from the comfort of your home, office, or other properly distanced environment ( with the Entire Oct. 5th Q & A Link a few lines above)
 
The panelists for the October 5, 2020 Q&A Forum were: Tim O’Hara, Reporter, Key West Citizen; Kim Works, Pirate Radio; Gwen Filosa, Reporter, Miami Herald and Mandy Miles, Editor Keys Weekly.

Hometown reminds all citizens that Informed Voters Promote Good Government! 



We start Part 1 WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM
Rare Photos You'll Never Find In History Books


The history books tend to leave out a lot of pictures. Particularly ones like what we're about to show you in this gallery. They capture moments with some of the most iconic faces in history. Here are the rare pictures you won't find in any history book. 

Written by Kennita Leon Rose

Kennita's funky style of writing has only blossomed since she discovered her passion for reading. In her downtime, she loves chillaxing with her friends and letting loose. This grown-up flower child, who hails from the Caribbean, can definitely hang with us any time.



Prince Rogers Nelson aka Prince
was known for his expression of erotic sexual fantasies. The release of his first two (2) albums in 1978 and 1979 respectively, gained him his first top 20 pop hit. His fame grew as his music continued to get top spots on Billboard charts. On April 21, 2016 Prince was found dead at his home in Minnesota, the cause of death was due to a drug overdose.
Despite being emotionally scarred by her parent’s muddled divorce, Diana managed to regain a happy childhood. She studied abroad at Boarding School and thereafter proceeded to a public high school. 
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno 1970’s 
These two famous bodybuilders pose for a picture after a body building competition. They became lifelong friends who trained together for competitions. Lou has graced the film industry in a number of movies, including Lego Marvel’s Avengers.

Atoy Wilson the first black ice skater to become a star with the Ice Follies in 1978.
Atoy Wilson, at 13 was the first African-American to make it to the U.S Skating Championships and to also break through racial barriers. He retired at the top of his game and is now a production accountant for the television industry.



George Clooney in a promo shoot for The Facts of Life-1979
Appearing as a handy- man on the sit com The Facts of Life, his career evolved as an actor and he went into screen writing and producing. He was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Imgar Bergman on the set of Jaws (1975)
Imgar, a brilliant filmmaker is seen with the famous shark from the Jaws movie. He never really retired and kept making films, he died on an island in Sweden at the age of 85, the cause of death is still unknown.
We Have additional "UNBELIEVABLE VINTAGE ADVERTISEMENTS" FROM WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM in this Issue Further Down

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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Alaen Ledesma Fernandez
Curator, Art Manager Special Events for Cuban Arts, Art Dealer . Key West. Florida. Alean also helps Letty Nowak at Jag Gallery
This Issue will have a few of the Latin Artists he Represents : Jesus Nodarse, Carlos Guzman , Carlos Joao Alvarez. We start with Jesus Nodarse (Mixed Media on Canvas or Cardboard)

Here are Three from Carlos Joao Alvarez." Acrylic on Canvas
Carlos Guzman : "Desire For Freedom" 18 X 12 Acrylic on Canvas and "How Can I Save You" 52 X 45 Acrylic on Canvas.
Part 1 "24 Rare & Mind Blowing Historical Photos" from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "World of Pics"
More "24 Rare & Mind Blowing Historical Photos" from World of Pics in the October 19th Issue. Not sure how Historical Many of these Photos are ; still interesting Enough.
1102 White Street 305-767-3769
sarah@shadeandshutterkeywest.com



New mod pottery!
Mark has been creating many new items with fun mid-century modern glaze designs. We've given these new designs the name Mod, which joins our Fleming, Duval, Mallory, and Key West lines. Mark's mod pottery is distinguished by colorful designs and patterns that are reminiscent of the 1960's. The pieces are made of durable stoneware, and they are safe in the microwave and dishwasher.

Mark started working on mod pieces because he loves patterns and he wanted to offer something in addition to his more organic, rustic ceramics. While the technique for applying the patterns is very time-intensive, the pandemic has offered him the opportunity to slow down and take time to explore this creative avenue. 

We hope that you can check out the new pieces at our gallery or online! Mark is making new unique pieces every day.
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Last Week we had Classic PROTOTYPE CARS. Click the Oct. 5 Issue to see ALL 16 Prototype Automobiles



DELAHAYE 235 COUPE PAR SAOUTCHIK 1952
SAAB 906 TUEBO 1981
GHIA STREAMLINE X GILDA 1955
SPOHN CONVERTIBLE 1957
SIATA BERLINA PROTOTYPE 1953
DR. JOHN "JACK" NORRIS has been one of the LEADERS in Helping out The Keys Understand what has been going on with this Pandemic; and also makes Frequent Appearances at the Key West Bi Monthly Commission / Mayor Meetings and Monroe County Meetings. He is one of the LEADING Voices of Reason. Thank You. Here are the URL Links to his Most Recent Facebook Posts / Videos.. IN CASE YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE with Clicking these Direct Links ; just copy and paste in your Facebook Browser.or Simply go to his Facebook Page and look for his recent Posts.

SEPT 23 https://www.facebook.com/457840690999073/videos/786249272192187 (YOU MAY NEED TO Insert this URL in Your Browser)
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ENCORE FEATURE
As I mentioned in the Lead Tease Photos : Our Good Friend Michael Palmer ( Hangs in the GingerBread Gallery in Key West) and always comes in the Top 3 Highest Priced Auction Pieces in Our Yearly Anne McKeee Artists Fund Auction. Michael gave Frank at Soprafina Gallery our Magazine Information and I Received a Nice E-mail from their Gallery in Boston . Thanks Michael ; see you around town when this Pandemic is Over.

SOPRAFINA GALLERY
55 Thayer Street
Boston, MA 02118
617.728.0770
We are pleased to present 

Living on Earth  

a solo exhibition of new paintings by

Christopher Chippendale

The exhibition dates are October 2 - 31

Christopher will be at the gallery on Saturday, October 3rd, from 2 to 4 PM

Please see our website for gallery hours and details regarding current
visiting practices.

Christopher Chippendale
Artist will be at the gallery on October 3rd, 17th and the 31st
from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The exhibition dates are October 2nd to October 31st
We'll be open Thursdays to Saturdays from noon to 5
or by appointment
Masks required and no more than 5 visitors at a time
We will adhere to all safety protocols
We'll post updates as circumstances change
Thank you

CLICK WEBSITE FOR CHRISTOPHER'S BIO AND ADDITIONAL INFO. ON GALLERY AND EXHIBITION
WWW.SOPRAFINA.COM
                          
 1) ORIOLE PATH (OIL ON LINEN) 18 X 14
2) WEEKS BRIDGE (POIL ON PANEL) 16 X 20
3) LIVING ON EARTH (OIL ON LINEN) 31 X 24
4) THE SKY BETWEEN (OIL ON LINEN) 40 X 28
5) ELIOT HOUSE (OIL ON LINEN)   48 X 24
6) Vuillard in the Study. oil on linen. 27" x 22", 2011
7) NORTHWEST HARBOUR (OIL ON LINEN) 18 X 18                    
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WWW.YOSEMITE.ORG

Yosemite National Park is in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s famed for its giant, ancient sequoia trees, and for Tunnel View, the iconic vista of towering Bridalveil Fall and the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome. In Yosemite Village are shops, restaurants, lodging, the Yosemite Museum and the Ansel Adams Gallery, with prints of the photographer’s renowned black-and-white landscapes of the area.
WE CONTINUE NEXT WEEK WITH OF OUR MULTI-PART SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL AREAS AROUND THE WORLD.
OUR GOOD FRIEND NANCE FRANK OWNER OF GALLERY ON GREENE
and Friends Helped Long Time Gallery on Greene Associate Frankie Endeco with a Raffle for a Large Peter Vey Painting ; Below is the drawing and winner Chuck Hurley ( Who Purchased many Tickets to help Frankie)
WWW.GALLERYONGREENE.COM 606 Greene St.
 https://www.facebook.com/nance.frank.3
https://www.facebook.com/The-Gallery-On-Greene-174703195932962/ 305-294-1669 .

MORE FROM GALLERY ON GREENE UP SHORTLY


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
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 https://conta.cc/2FvzXiF
SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 https://conta.cc/2RJ2GU8
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020 https://conta.cc/3i6V2xF
OCTOBER 5, 2020 https://conta.cc/3ir5ekz

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

EDITED FOR SPACE CONSTRAINTS
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. Go to this Facebook site to have complete information about this Coffee Table Photo Book with images from 26 Local Photographers.

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.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON "ISOLTAED ISLAND"
https://www.facebook.com/roberta.depiero

Anyone wishing to place advance orders, please contact Roberta DePiero at roberta@keywestplaybills.com.



WE NOW CONTINUE 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


A few of Roberta's Photos are taken at the Key West Harbor Yacht Club with Cosuin Michael Pietras Holding up a Glass of Port




We Continue with Part 1 WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM
Rare Photos You'll Never Find In History Books
Written by Kennita Leon Rose
The history books tend to leave out a lot of pictures. Particularly ones like what we're about to show you in this gallery. They capture moments with some of the most iconic faces in history. Here are the rare pictures you won't find in any history book. 
John F. Kennedy in Dallas, 1963
While riding through a presidential motorcade along with his wife Jacqueline and Texas Governor’s wife Nellie, John F. Kennedy was assassinated, he was shot in the head. He was one of the best Presidents in US history. 


 
Marlon Brando applying his own makeup for On the Waterfront (1954)
Known for the taxicab scene, Brando is pictured here applying his own makeup to achieve a realistic feel to the art of his role. In July 2004, it was confirmed that Brando died due to respiratory failure caused from pulmonary fibrosis (scarring of the lungs).



Gene Wilder about to lick it on the set of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 1971.
Gene Wilder was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for best actor for his role as Willy Wonka, in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. He went on to win a Prime time Emmy Award for outstanding guest actor. He died in August 2016 of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.


 
President Johnson taking his Oath of Office on Air Force One, 1963
President Johnson is seen here taking his oath onboard the Air Force One, in a cramped room where for the first and only time, inauguration was done on an air craft and was ministered by a woman. He died of a heart attack after he left the presidential office.

  
Robin Williams and Raquel Welch on the set of Mork and Mindy, 1979
Robin Williams’s role in Mork and Mindy was what gave him his rise in comedy. He also did stand-up comedy and film acting. He later committed suicide by hanging himself at his home.
Sean Connery and Ursula Andress on the set of the first James Bond Film Dr. No 1963
Sean Connery is the first actor to play the character of James Bond; he went on to star in the other six James Bond films. He is now retired from acting after receiving a lifetime achievement award.
The October 19th Issue will have Many Additional Photos of "RARE PHOTOS YOU'LL NOT FIND IN BOOKS from WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM
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