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


Saturday, November 28, 2020

Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends November 30, 2020

 

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
NOVEMBER 30, 2020

We start off each Issue with our Lead Tease Photos (Each Photo will Represent a Feature in this Issue). Above : This Week's Journey Around the World in Photographs Features : LAGOA, PORTUGAL. Below This Week in the November 30, 2020 Issue : Zazoo Iconic Art & Photographic Gallery Presents Limited Edition Marilyn Monroe Photographs, KWBG ( The KW Business Guild) Photos from the Last Mixer at The Reach + Info. about the last event of the Year 12/2, Part 5 Jay Leno's Garage Featuring 120 Classic Automobiles (Pictured below 1963 Chrysler Turbine and a 1962 Maserati 3500 GT), CFK (The College of the Florida Keys) Extends Tuition Deadline to Alleviate Financial Stress, Art from Wyland, Encore of the Cutest Animal Video ( The 5 GroundHogs), Fringe Theater, Roberta DePiero Takes Us on her Many Photographic Journeys Around Town, Daaisha Cochran at the Radio Station + Shares a Few Photos from the 2020 KWFF, The Christmas Comedy Show Under the Stars at the Studios of Key West (RoofTop) 12/4, Bill and Linda Klipp Photographic Journeys around the Country, Sarah and Mark (Shade Ceremics & Shutter Photography) Send Holiday Greetings and Tell us about their On-Line Order / CurbSide Delivery System + Holiday Gifts, WWW.ABSOLUTELYAMAZINGEBOOKS.COM Sooooooo Useful during the Pamdemic with Hundreds of Titles to choose from, Jill and Sean Update Us on The Farmers and Artisan Markets, + This Issue has the November TDC (The Tourist Council) On-Line "Keys Traveler" and Additional Updates to their Website (Pictured Below for TDC Stephen Fink : Steward /Photographer of the Underwater World).


The Next Batch of Photos Representing Many of the Features in this November 30th. 2020 Issue : Photos from the 60s / 70s Part 1, GingerBread Square Gallery "Small Works" Exhibition, Annnual Keys Choral Holiday Event VIRTUAL Starting 12/13 for 14 Days "Cocktails & Carols", "World Review" You Tube Content Provider Shares "American Graffiti : Then and Now", Depung Gomang Monk Sacred Arts Tour, Performers & Story Tellers : Ellen Cherry and Larry Baeder, Lothar Speer and The Key West Art Center Present "Figure Drawing Classes" 4 Sessions in December, "Isolated Island The Key West Covid-19 Spring" 352 Page Coffee Table Book, The 38th Annual Nation of the Conch Republic Independence Celebration (CRIC) Raising the Colors at Mallory Square + The Official Dedication to Dr. John "Jack" Norris for his Outstanding Medical Services to the Keys, Anna Sweet Gallery Sale : WWW.ANNASWEET.COM ,Todd German Once again sends some Great Photos, Jag Gallery, World Renowned Concert Pianist Svetlana Smolina Performs an Awesome Outdoor Concert, KWBG Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony 12/2, The Key West Theater and WaterFront Playhouse both have Important Notices, THIS JUST IN : TSKW HOLIDAY ON-LINE ARTISAN MARKET (Links in their Usual Weekly Section), THIS JUST IN : Steven Quartly at The Key West Gallery 12/3-6 & 2/11-14/2021, THIS JUST IN :Due to a very positive response, and a strong popular demand for more viewing time, the Red Barn Theatre will be extending the online streaming run of the hilarious five-woman play, LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE for an additional week, ending at 11:59 pm, Saturday, December 5th. Plus Many Additional Features in this November 30th. 2020 Issue. Thanks for Reading Ed Krane & ALL our Associate / Executive Editors.
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"Between Two Palms" Dec. 2 Paula Vogel
KW HOLIDAY MOVIE CHALLENGE . All Entries in by 12/3 & Below "Write for All" By B. Lucy Stevens in December
Dr. John "Jack" Norris Receives a Special Commendation from The Conch Republic
PLUS BELOW It's the Annual : 38th Anniversary of the Conch Republic Independence Celebration

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
November 30, 2020, going out to 7812 Weekly.


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, Key West Recovers, & 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. Much of the Material could be weeks/months old..but is Valuable Reference Material.
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. EDITOR'S NOTE : There was a recent article on Oct. 22 about Covid-19 Exposure & CDC Updated Suggestions. If you go to the end of this Issue I have Inserted the Article. I JUST ADDED This Really INFORMATIVE Material about Covid-19 (11/21/2020) ALSO AT THE VERY BOTTOM
FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH : MONROE COUNTY COVID-19 Call Cnter 24/7 1866-779-6121 and/or E-Mail COVID-19@FLHEALTH.GOV




WE ALWAYS START OUR ISSUES OFF WITH EXTREMELY IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION and Updates from The City, The County, MCSO, KWPD, & OCI (One Clean Island), Key West Recovers & Others

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
Nadine Orr Grossman Wears Many Hats ; and she and staff (Lindsey-Trevor-and many additional Volunteers & Contributing Companies) for the newley formed KEY WEST RECOVERS has complied many Links /Assistance and Each week growing. Here is just a few PRIMARY / IMPORTANT LINKS that gives a wealth of Information : Nadine Tells Us "Inserted is our resource sheet – it’s a great start for Free & Low Cost resources. Visit KeysHelp.org for the United Way & FKOC’s application for assistance and their Resource guide or the City’s Web Page
info@keyshelp.org for human service needs. nadene@wevegotthekeys.com to reach me –for general and business questions." Additional Info. for . "We've Got the Keys" Further Down in this Issue. Once again please click the Above Links for an amazing amount of of useful Information.
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WWW.AFSP.ORG/KEYWEST Suicide Prevention Information Key West "Out of the Darkness" Contact Commissioner Mayor Lou Hoover
HERE IS A CDC SUICIDE INFORMATION & PREVENTION LINK
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STEPHANIE LEONE RIVAS OF (OCI) ONE CLEAN ISLAND ; She has done amazing Interviews using questions that she and staff gathers ; as well as making it extremely easy for her readers to send in questions before the interviews.. Stephanie also Posts a Large Amount & Extremely Important Information on her / OCI Facebook Sites.
Stephanie and the Staff Just Posted on their Facebook a Look Back at the Last Few Months of Posts-Videos-Tags, Charts and so Much Great Information..Thanks OCI for all the Great Work You Do.

This Recent KWBG Mixer was held at : This was at the Four Marlins - The Reach Key West 1435 Simonton St, Key West, FL 33040. (305) 293-6250,
Photos by Dorian Patton and Peter Arnow
MORE NETWORK PARTY PHOTOS FROM DORIAN PATTON AND PETER ARNOW FROM THE REACH UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE ; AS WELL AS OUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED FEATURE FROM KWBG + INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR FINAL 2020 EVENT ON 12/2. Thanks KWBG for ALL the Amazing Work You do; and your commitment to this City and ALL the Residents.
1207 Duval Street 305-296-8900
 SMALL WORKS EXHIBITION NOVEMBER 23-DECEMBER 7
One of the Few Galleries that has an Annual Small Works Exhibition ; consisting of many different Local Artisans. The 12 Jpegs that Adele sent are from Different Artists and is just a small sampling of the Work Hanging. Adele also mentioned to me last night that the Exhibition will Probably Hang until end of December and then starting in January 2021 their Annual every 2 WEEKS of Their Featured Artists Exhibitions that Hang Year Round
(Usually 2 Artists per Show / Exhibition).
Part 2 of 2 in this Issue of the Small Works Exhibition at the GingerBread Square Gallery Up Shortly
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Here are a few Photos from DAAISHA COCHRAN One of the Lead Helpers from The City of Key West for the 2020 KWFF. Daaisha and GianCarlo Espinosa (CG Served as OFFICIAL KWFF Staff for Editing and Video/Photographic Exports) will provide The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends additional Photo and Video Links for the December 7th Issue.. For the 9th Straight Year The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends were Honored to be a Top Level Sponsor.
ONCE AGAIN ; THE DECEMBER 7TH ISSUE WILL HAVE MANY ADDITIONAL VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM DAAISHA COCHRAN AND GIANCARLO ESPINSOSA
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This Week's Journey Around the World in Photographs Features Lagoa Portugal
According to some historical sources, the earliest settlement in the area occurred along the edges of small lakes or marshes (Portuguese: lagoa), which were drained in order to create a fertile land.There are many pre-historic vestiges of the early settlements, including menhirs (standing stones), funerary necropoles and artifacts that date a human presence to remote history. The entire region of the Algarve was conquered by the Arabs when they moved into the Iberian peninsula in the 8th century.
When the area was later reconquered in the mid-12th century by Christian forces from the north, it was integrated into the fledgling Kingdom of Portugal. Muslim influence in Lagoa was profound, from the rich patrimony left behind, not only in neighboring Silves (then taifa capital), but also in Lagoa where commerce thrived.
During the 14th century, a favorable confluence of conditions allowed Lagoa to develop rapidly.[5] Yet, the events of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake left little marks from this period: the reconstruction wiped away many of its classic architecture (there are a rare few of this period, including the churches of Estômbar and Porches.[5]
The coastal zone was, for centuries, attacked by pirates and corsairs, and those responsible for public security erected various defensive structures along the coast, such as the fortresses of Nossa Senhora da Rocha, Carvoeiro and São João de Ferragudo, in addition to the lookouts and redoubts, such as the tower of Lapa or Marinha.
For a long period, Lagoa was governed within the municipality of Silves. On the 16 January 1773, a foral (charter) was issued King Joseph I, incorporating the municipality of Lagoa, after its principal settlement (Lagoa) was elevated to the status of town (Portuguese: vila).
The local natural resources contributed to the current economic structure of the municipality, with agriculture (especially fruit and wine production), fishing, light industry and, later, tourism influencing the activities of the region. The fishing industry (in the communities of FerragudoBenagilCarvoeiro and Senhora da Rocha), vineyards, and the traditional products of irrigated agriculture were the principal sources of wealth for the area until the 1970s. Driven by the abundance of fish, the canning and conserve industry at the beginning of the 20th century was responsible for an economic boom, that brought a general prosperity and wealth to the region.
WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339

Below Quartly Titles (All Original Oil on Canvas) are
Emerald Tones 24 X 12
Fall in Paris 20 X 10
Into The Light II 20 X 16
Did I Wake You 24 X 16
Paris in Blue 20 X 10
UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE : MANY EVENTS AND ARTIST APPEARANCES FROM THE KEY WEST GALLERY
Celebrate the holidays with these great color Marilyn Monroe gift suggestions or to treat yourself...
 
' Aloha Marilyn ' 
 
Limited edition print on metal. Signed by the artist KAI, who is related to 
 the world famous singer Don Ho. Edition of only 150 pieces.
Measures approx. 16" x 32". Gallery Price $1800
© KAI
 
' Sexy Marilyn ' 

Original Acrylic on Canvas.Hand signed by the artist, Allison Lefcort.
Measures approx. 30 " x 30 " gallery wrapped. Gallery Price $6270
© Allison Lefcort

' Marilyn Hooker ' 

American Actress, Model and Singer Marilyn Monroe sits on the backlots of 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles, California - April 1956.
 
A fine art print on photographic paper in an edition of only 50 prints.
Signed on the reverse of the photograph, by the photographer's son Joshua Greene. Measures approx. 24 1/2" x 29" framed.
Gallery Price $6900
Photograph By Milton H Greene ©2018 archiveimages
' Marilyn Monroe - Playboy Magazine ' 

Few photographs have gone beyond simply recording history and have actually played a role in shaping it.
One such photo, created in 1949, showed a young actress alluringly posed, totally nude, on a red velvet background. The image, shocking for its time -- an image of raw sex appeal -- was, nevertheless, also an image of tastefulness and sophistication. Photographer Tom Kelley, Sr. couldn't know the photo would become history and help define sexuality for a generation. 
The actress' name was Marilyn Monroe.

Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee Print on Aurora Museum Luster
Paper in an edition of 104 prints.  
Signed by the legendary photographer's son Tom Kelley Jr.

Measures approx. 44 1/2" x 52 7/8" framed -  Gallery Price $9795
Measures approx. 30" x 36" framed - Gallery Price $2950

 ©Tom Kelley
' Marilyn Monroe - Pose #2 ' 

Few photographs have gone beyond simply recording history and have actually played a role in shaping it.
One such photo, created in 1949, showed a young actress alluringly posed, totally nude, on a red velvet background. The image, shocking for its time -- an image of raw sex appeal -- was, nevertheless, also an image of tastefulness and sophistication. Photographer Tom Kelley, Sr. couldn't know the photo would become history and help define sexuality for a generation. 
The actress' name was Marilyn Monroe.

Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee Print on Aurora Museum Luster
Paper in an edition of 104 prints.  
Signed by the legendary photographer's son Tom Kelley Jr.

Measures approx. 44 1/2" x 52 7/8" framed -  Gallery Price $9795
Measures approx. 30" x 36" framed - Gallery Price $2950

 ©Tom Kelley
' Original Marilyn Monroe Productions Check ' 

Hand signed check dated June 26, 1961 from Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc., payable to Marilyn Monroe. The check has been endorsed on the reverse by Marilyn Monroe.



Marilyn's autographs have been authenticated by PSA DNA. 
We also provide the bank ledger showing the check 
clearing Marilyn Monroe Productions the bank account. 

Beautifully framed with Edition #19/25 of the
 Douglas Kirkland fine art photograph of Marilyn Monroe posing naked in bed on the evening of November 17th,1961. 
The photograph is hand-signed by the photographer, 
Douglas Kirkland.

Marilyn signed check framed with fine art
photographic print measures approx. 31 5/8" x 31". 
Gallery Price  $16,895

 ©Douglas Kirkland
' Dream Girl ' 

Limited Edition Print on Canvas. 
Hand signed by the Artist, Don Oriolo.
Edition of only 10 prints.

Measures approx. 40" x 42" gallery wrapped.
Gallery price $1895

© The Don Oriolo Collection, Inc.
MAKE SURE TO SEE PART 2 OF THIS FEATURE FOR SOME ADDITIONAL MARILYN MONROE CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHS CLOSER TO THE END OF THIS ISSUE IN THE REGUALR ZAZOO WEEKLY SECTION.

Great gifts for someone special or to treat yourself these magnificent Marilyn Monroe Photographs - please call me at 305-294-8925 or email me at James@zazooartgallery.com to order your selection(s) today and ensure delivery for the holidays.

Best regards,James Curken, Managing Art Consultant
Zazoo Fine Art Gallery, 622 Duval Street, Key West, FL. 33040
Ph. 305.294.8925
WWW.SOSFOUNDATION.ORG 305-292-3013 SUPPORT@SOSFOUNDATION.ORG

TODD GERMAN Travels A Lot ; especially after the Elections and Hometown Key West Season are Over. Once again a Big Thanks to Todd and His Staff at Hometown and Joyce Griffin and Her Staff at the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections Office. Below are a few of Todd's Photos. His Facebook Page is always filled with Great Photos of his Travels
We Start Part 1 of a few Parts of Classic Photos from the 60s and 70s. Important Note Usually these Photopgraphic Features are from the Hundreds of the WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM Catalog. This Muti-Part Photographic Feature is Not.

Natalie Wood looks like a goddess 
Here's another picture featuring the timeless beauty of Natalie Wood. The legendary actress was just a teenager when she propelled to fame, thanks to her films such as Rebel Without a Cause and West Side Story. However, in the 1970s, Wood stepped out of the limelight to build a family. When she had her first child, Wood decided to turn down some huge roles. The alluring talent was in an on-and-off relationship with actor Robert Wagner until she died in 1981. 
John Candy in curlers with his daughter Jennifer (1983). 
Comedy legend John Candy loved making films, but he definitely loved spending time with his family more. In his downtime, the Hollywood actor would play his two children, Chris and Jen. John Candy played many iconic characters, but according to his daughter, he preferred his saucy SCTV anything-salesman role, "He loved Johnny LaRue. That character was smarmy, but he was lovable. And I think that’s one of the things that was at the core of all of our dad’s characters, a likability."
John Travolta and Sylvester Stallone leaving Studio 54 (1983) 
Wondering how these two different actors became friends? Well, thanks to the film Staying Alive, the two worked together with Sylvester Stallone directing and John Travolta starring.  To prepare Travolta for his role, Stallone put him in workout circuit that turned Travolta from a skinny hunk to a superhuman muscleman. In an interview with People Magazine, Stallone said,"People like Sly can look at a body like clay and mold it. I never thought of designing a body. I just thought, ‘Diet, run, lose it and you’ll look good.’ I didn’t think of shaping the shoulder, the triceps, the waist."
Sissy Spacek showcases her natural beauty (1970) 
Sissy Spacek's iconic look landed her a few roles, but her talent made supporters stay. The young beauty's journey to success started in 1966. She was just 17 years old when she moved to New York City, hoping to secure a record deal. She would carry her twelve-string guitar around the city and played for whoever would listen. Luck found Spacek in a form of a talent manager who pursue being an actress instead of singer-songwriter. After signing up for classes at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, she rose to fame.
Adrienne Barbeau is cradled by the Swamp Thing (1982) 
Here is Adrienne Barbeau showing us she can look good in anything. The legendary actress starred as Alice Cable in the 1982 film Swamp Thing. Her character builds a weird friendship with the DC comics creature "Swamp Thing." When asked what made her decide to do the film, she said, "It was whimsical and charming and lovely. I didn't see it as a horror film... It's Beauty and the Beast — it's more of a fantasy or fairy tale maybe in my mind."
Girls in groovy street fashion (1969)
 
Let's talk fashion. In the 1960s, fashion was all about what others were wearing. It could be a fringed dress and a headband, or blue jeans and a vest. Men and women both wore fringes through dresses, jackets, and even pants. In this photo, the two women have a different style but both so fashionable and chic. The girl on the left is sporting a short velvet pantsuit, while the one on the right is wearing a Native American-inspired fringed dress.

MORE PHOTOS FROM PART 1 UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE
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ENCORE PRESENTATION

Surreally magnificent Tippet Rise Festival, an idyllic creative atmosphere for the passionate Scriabin Fantasy in B minor FULL PERFORMANCE
https://www.facebook.com/svetlanasmolina.piano/videos/10164192672485391/ (Short 4 Minute Video; Slightly Less Clear then the 8 Minute Video Below)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLq5XJcr4kc&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR18TEEFJ0ngh4VyLHt1PPcxIy3qBsITF0TRkJ-x8soXNP65kfj2BvFAtCc
HAPPY HOLIDAYS SVETLANA ; THANKS FOR THE FRIENDSHIP and ALL THE GREAT ENTERTAINMENT ALONG WITH THE SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA YOU PROVIDE KEY WEST & FT. LAUDERDALE
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Jill and Sean send Holiday Greetings and Tell Us :
Key West Artisan Market Scheduled to Start Sunday Cancelled Until Further Notice..ALSO PLEASE READ FOR TRUMAN WATERFRONT FARMERS MARKET Change in Days /Hours tyo Accommodate for Holiday Shopping
 
Per the City of Key West: “With due regard to the safe and healthy environment in Key West, the City has cancelled the Holiday Parade and all special events on City property through December 31st due to the concerns regarding the COVID-19 increase in cases in Key West and Monroe County.” This includes the Key West Artisan Market which was scheduled to start this Sunday, November 22 at Indigenous Park. After months of delay by Monroe County for permits at the Higgs beach location next to the dog park, the City had reached out to organizers to offer the new location in the parking lot of the Wildlife Bird Sanctuary as an alternative. The City Commission passed the resolution unanimously at the November 17 meeting. In the few days since, the Commission passed a strengthened face covering mandate at an emergency meeting and have been working on other measures to help lower potential COVID exposure.
 
"We are devastated for our artists, vendors and mom and pop businesses who have worked hard to beef up inventory to meet the demands of this popular market," organizer Sean Krikorian said. "Many of them have had very limited opportunity to make any income during the seven months of being shut down. But at the same time we stand behind the City's decision to keep our community safe and appreciate all they are doing to move Key West in a better direction." Krikorian acknowledged. 

For now, the Key West Truman Waterfront Farmers Market will be allowed to continue as it is considered an essential service by the state of Florida. With Thanksgiving on Thursday, the Market will move to Friday and operate from 10 am to 6 pm. The Market hopes to move to Wednesday the week of Christmas and New Year to avoid conflicting with Christmas and New Years eve.
 
"Safety for our guests and participants at all the Markets is our highest priority," Krikorian stated. “We will continue to work with the City to develop protocols that hopefully will allow us to continue operating the Farmers Market and open the Artisan Market soon."

Contact: Sean Krikorian
Event Organizer, Daily Plan-it
T: 305-731-3885
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American Graffiti made in 1973 . The You Tube Content Provider "WORLD REVIEW" Produced a Then and Now Feature ; Here it is in Two Parts in this Issue. "Have a Popsicle"
SUZANNE SOMMERS as Blonde in T-BIRD
MANUEL DADILLA JR as one of The Hoods (Carlos),
BO HOPKINS The Main Hood Joe
HARRISON FORD as Bob Falfa
LYNN MARIE STEWART as Bobbie (Like anyone remembers her Characters name) She was in the car with Dreyfuss Sister)
KATHLEEN QUINLAN as Peg
JOE SPANO as Vic ( Taunts Terry & Debbie at the Drive In Restaurant)
RON HOWARD as Steve
RICHARD DREYFUSS as Curt
DEBRALEE SCOTT as Bob Falfa's Girlfriend
PART 2 OF 2 "AMERICAN GRAFFITI THEN AND NOW UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE From You Tube Content Provider "WORLD REVIEW"
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Fran Decker sends Holiday Greetings and Tells Us about an Annual Holiday Event She has Particpated in for Decades

Have you known I sing in a choral group and always wished you could hear our concerts but live far away?
Well this year you can! 
You can now get your tickets to our virtual concert, featuring choral numbers, Christmas Carols, piano duets, comedy, a drink demo and a solo by me! It’s a concert your whole family will enjoy.
It premieres Dec 13 but you can watch it anytime for two weeks afterwards. 
And if you live in the Keys, you can pick up a goody bag on Dec 12 with sweet and savory snacks and a drink mix to enjoy while you watch.
This is our only fundraiser for the year, so please support the Keys Choral Arts! Thank you! Fran


SHADE & SHUTTER GALLERY. 1102 White Street WWW.SHADEANDSHUTTERKEYWEST.COM ,

Making your shopping easier with curbside pickup
It seems that lots of things have been difficult this year, but your shopping does not have to be. You can make easy shopping choices by buying beautiful items from good local businesses that work hard to make your community a better place. And now we are making an additional delivery option available to make it even easier for those of you in Key West.
Curbside pickup is now available as a FREE shipping option in our online store. After choosing your favorite ceramics or photos, just select Curbside pickup. You can drop by the gallery during our regular business hours, and either come to the door or call us and we will bring your order out to you. There’s usually plenty of free parking near our gallery. If you can not make it to the gallery, just give us a call and we will deliver your order anywhere in Key West. If it’s a photo, Sarah will even mount it on the wall for you.
For those of you outside Key West, we still offer $10 flat rate shipping for orders up to $150 and FREE shipping for orders over $150. We can ship directly to your home or to another recipient anywhere in the USA. We do our best to ship orders within a day of receiving the order. We ship by USPS Priority Mail so that your items get to you quickly, usually within a few days. Due to high shipping volumes at this time of year, we urge you to place your orders 2 weeks before you need them.
We wish everyone peace. Click this Link or go to Website to Order On-LIne


DE LA GALLERY 419 Duval St. 305-395-2210


BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL
This is the opportunity you have been waiting for all year! Happening now until December 1st.
Take advantage of a 27% concession towards your favorite Black and White artwork.
Use code “BLACK27” at checkout or contact us directly.
If you have been thinking about collecting your favorite artwork, now it’s the time! Do not hesitate, this is a once a year promotion
HIT BELOW for Black Friday Specials
WE NOW CONTINUE Roberta DePiero's Journeys around KW & Stock Island Shooting ALL THE GREAT SITES + Updates us on the Covid Coffee Table Book

HERE IS AN UPDATE FROM ROBERTA DEPIERO ON THE COFFEE TABLE BOOK "KW Covid-19 Cofee Table Book Spring of 2020"; Then
WE Start a New Journey Around Town.....
Just heard from the printer.... they have finished printing the pages and he said it looks gorgeous. Next stop, binding, trimming, cover... then shipping to Key West. We are so excited that the Key West Garden Club will be able to host our launch party for Isolated Island: The Key West COVID-19 Spring of 2020! Tentative date is Tuesday December 1 from 3 to 6 pm to pick up pre-ordered books and to buy any books. Only 240 books left and supporting Sister Season Fund. Much additional Info about the Book ; Further Down in this Issue.

 There will be one limited edition run, print only, no digital sales.
 
Contributing photographers: Liz Acar, Peter Arnow, Susan Bailey, Michael Blades, Lynne Bentley-Kemp, Joe & Ozlem Berg, Larry Blackburn, Kyle Campbell, Jeffrey Cardenas, Alyson Crean, Roberta DePiero, Ralph DePalma, Heather D. Dow, Todd Andrew Feit, Tony Gregory, C.J. Groth, Jay W. Hall, Mark Hedden, Martha Hubbard, Bill Klipp, Linda Klipp, Corey Malcom, Andy Newman, Rob O'Neal, Steve Panariello, Carol Tedesco, Sharon Wells.

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 with Roberta's Photographic Journeys Around Key West

Roberta Comments "We finally made it to the Key West Botanical Gardens to see the scarecrows! They are up until November 30".
It's hard to believe a year ago, Carolyn Daly and I had just gotten home from a one week Caribbean Cruise with the Young Living Beauty School. We visited St. Thomas, St. Johns and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Just a few of the shots I took... Enjoy from one Island to another... HERE ARE JUST 3 PHOTOS from this Series and we'll continue in the December 7th Issue with Additional Photos that Roberta & Carolyn took.

We Continue Next Week with Roberta and Carolyn's Carribean Cruise Vacation Photos in the December 7th. Issue
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GAL PAL DAASHIA COCHRAN WEARS Many Hats here in The Keys. One Recently Disc Jockey at Radio WGAY 105.7 Tues., Thur., & Fridays 4-7PM...Of course ; She is Live Streaming on her Facebook from the Radio Station https://www.facebook.com/Daashia1 also WWW.KEYSPARTYSTATION.COM



Here are a few Brief Look Ins to 3 of Daashia Cochran's Recent Radio Shows

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We now Continue with Part 2 of 2 in this Issue of the SMALL WORKS EXHIBITION ; Just spoke with Adele and this Exhibition will probably hang until the end of December and starting January they have their every two week Reception / New Exhibition usually until the end of March and Usually Involve Two of their Year Round Hanging Artists

1207 Duval Street 305-296-8900
 SMALL WORKS EXHIBITION NOVEMBER 23-DECEMBER 7
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Drepung Gomang Sacred Arts Tour Benefit. 
Connect with Drepung Gomang monks
and find some joy in the midst of the health crisis!. 
Sunday, December 6, 4:00 – 5:30pm EST on Zoom
 
Join Drepung Gomang friends and family from across the United States for this virtual fundraiser featuring Minyak Rinpoche and the 2020 Sacred Arts Tour monks. Event Tickets Now Available at a level that works for you: $25, $50, $75, $100.  Register HERE, at DrepungGomangUSA.org under events/classes, or call 502-614-5616.  Sign up by November 29 to ensure receiving your Sacred Arts Tour Benefit Celebration Packet. You will not want to miss out on these fun gifts for use during the festivities. 
Please share this email or our Facebook post https://www.facebook.com/events/416314043112725 with friends and supporters!.  All proceeds provide food, healthcare, and education at Drepung Gomang Monastery in India. Your help makes a significant difference during this challenging pandemic.  
Sponsored by Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion in Louisville, Kentucky, the North American Seat of Drepung Gomang Monastery and host of the Monastery’s Sacred Arts Tours. 
Anne Walter, Director. Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion
North American Seat of Drepung Gomang Monastery, National Coordinator, Sacred Arts Tour Groups, 411 N. Hubbards Lane  Louisville, KY 40207   
Center (502) 614-5616 / Mobile (502) 619-1652. www.DrepungGomangUSA.org
BIG NEWS! We have worked for months on a COVID plan that would allow us to present theater "live" while ensuring the health and well-being of everyone involved. Our board members agreed that a space we could "control" was a must. We are excited to announce that Fringe will be renting the first floor at the Armory, located at 600 White Street, from the Historic Florida Keys Foundation. This is a big move for us -- in more ways than one. But we believe it's the right move since it lets us present our 2020-21 Main Stage season in a space that accommodates social distancing and all the other appropriate health protocols. We've got lots more great news to announce about our season. We're going to be trying a lot of things, and we hope that you will be there with us ... in whatever way makes you comfortable! 'Fringe at the Armory' will remain Key West's community-focused theater. Now more than ever! www.fringetheater.org.. Here are a few Photos that Daaisha Cochran Took
623 Duval St. 305-292-4998
This Week we'll Feature a Tease for Wyland's Works and the December 7th Issue will Feature 12 more of his works; and the Dec. 14th Issue will Feature another one of the Wyland Gallery's Year Round Hanging Artist
THE DECEMBER 7TH ISSUE WILL FEATURE ABOUT 12 OF WYLAND'S WORKS THAT ARE ALWAYS IN THE KEY WEST AND SARASOTA GALLERIES. THE WORKS INVOLVE PAINTINGS / BRONZE / & LUCITES. Of course click this Link https://www.wylandgalleriesofthefloridakeys.com/gallery-artists/wyland/ to see Many of the Works ; and of course BEST going to the Galleries in Person.......HOWEVER IF YOU CAN'T; Our Magazine and their Website will serve to have you enjoy Wyland's Works. The 3 Below are a Tease for the December 7th Issue and will show in Order "Painting : Blue Moon Tranquility", "Bronze : Marlin", & "Lucite : Clown Fish Best"
319 Duval Street 305-296-9911 Bob Bowersox Publicity Director Direct # 302-540-6102

Due to a very positive response, and a strong popular demand for more viewing time, the Red Barn Theatre will be extending the online streaming run of the hilarious five-woman play, LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE for an additional week, ending at 11:59 pm, Saturday, December 5th..

NOW STREAMING THROUGH SATURDAY DEC 5
A brand new, all Key West production of Nora and Delia Ephron's hilarious LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE Tickets Only $10
Starring five of Key West's best actresses: Amber McDonald Good, Melody G. Moore, Peggy Montgomery, Barbara Mundy, and Susannah Wells. It is directed by Carole MacCartee and produced by Bob Bowersox, who has devised a clever way of using the Zoom interface as the world of the play. STREAMING NOVEMBER 24 THROUGH 28 ONLY! Get your tix now! https://redbarntheatre.com
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HERE IS ONE OF THE CUTEST ANIMAL VIDEOS YOU PROBABLY HAVE SEEN. A Homeowner and gardener had a few different animals help themselves to his Gradens and then he he set up a camera and 1 Groundhog Showed Up, then a 2nd , and then they had 3 Babies. Hereis the Facebook URL Video Link, then a Few still pics I took from Video Below ....MUST SEE , and share the URL Link.......

 
Guy Builds Veggie Garden For Family Of Groundhogs
Guy plants a whole a garden for the groundhog who keeps stealing his veggies — and can't believe it when he brings his whole family over
Here is the Link to Homeowners Facebook Site ; where he has many other Really Cute Animal Videos
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ELLEN CHERRY Has Always been one of our Favorite Entertainers. Ellen is Truely A Multi--Media Entertainer that is an Old Soul and so In Tune with the Universe and HumanKind (Although the "Kind" Becomes more and more Questionable as Years Go by.) ELLEN CHERRY has been an Enetrtainment Fixture at the WWW.TSKW.ORG (The Studios of Key West). Here is her Facbook Page; she does Frequent Live Streaming. https://www.facebook.com/ellencherrymusic


Kristen Livengood, Public Information Officer, Monroe County
Email: Livengood-Kristen@monroecounty-fl.govPhone/Text: 305-680-8226,  
Twitter: @monroecounty
Instagram: @monroecountybocc
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This Recent KWBG Mixer was held at : This was at the Four Marlins - The Reach Key West 1435 Simonton St, Key West, FL 33040. (305) 293-6250,
Photos by Dorian Patton and Peter Arnow
We Now Start Part 5 of Probably 8 Weeks of showing an AMAZING 120+ Collection of Classic Cars Owned by Jay Leno "Jay Leno's Garage". He also had a CNBC TV Show Featuring his 120 Classic Cars WWW.LENOSGARAGE.COM
64. 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside
Model Year: 1963
Original Value: $2,136*
Current Value: $15,000*

Leno’s unique 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside pickup truck looks almost cartoonish, with bright red and white paint and a long bed. The Rampside was novel because its cargo bed opened from the side, in addition to the back, a feature that has not taken off with current pickups.
The Rampside was plagued by the same problems as the Corvair, which one car magazine called a near “stake to the heart” for Chevy. The Rampside failed to take off with buyers (minus Jay Leno, who owns it for the antique value). This pickup truck weighed 4,700 pounds and could tow 1,500 pounds.  
65. 1991 GMC Syclone
Model Year: 1991
Original Value: $18,700*
Current Value: $5,810*
In 1991, Jay Leno bought this GMC Syclone pickup as his daily driver. He used it as his daily driver for several years after purchasing the sporty pickup brand-new. The ’91 Syclone held the distinction of being the fastest-accelerating vehicle in America when it was introduced (non-production vehicles aside).
The Syclone came with a 4.3-liter V6 engine which Leno had turbocharged. While a pickup with a turbo-engine isn’t news today, in the early nineties, it was a rarity. GMC was out at the forefront of pickup truck technology. Though Leno retired it as his daily driver, he still is fond of it.   
 
66. 1963 Chrysler Turbine Car
Model Year: 1963
Original Value: $50,000-$55,000*
Current Value: $415,000*
If you’ve ever seen James May’s Cars to the People, you might have caught the Chrysler Turbine Car, as Leno introduced it on the show some years back. The Turbine car was unique because it was somewhat of an amalgamation. The body was made by Ghia, an Italian design studio. The interior was done by Chrysler in Detroit.
The Turbine was powered by an A-831 airplane engine. This engine was advantageous because it required less maintenance, could use a variety of different fuels and lasted longer than a car engine. However, the car was also unwieldy, loud, and a gas-guzzler, so Chrysler scrapped production plans in 1979.


 
67. Maserati 3500 GT
Model Year: 1962
Original Value: $25,000 ($11,400 in 1962)*
Current Value: $269,000
This was somewhat of an accidental purchase on Leno’s part. Leno was on the hunt for an Aston Martin DB5 when he stumbled upon this Maserati 3500 GT. This GT had been stored for two decades and had 100,000 miles on it. It needed a lot of mechanical work, but Leno was taken with the beautiful paint job and body, so he bought it for $25K. His mechanics restored it, putting in a new fuel injection system, throttle, and other parts. Leno kept it authentic for the most part, but he had to replace the shocks and radiator completely. 
 
68. 1962 Daimler SP250
Model Year: 1962
Original Value: $3,750*
Current Value: $56,500*
Jay Leno’s 1962 Daimler SP250 was previously owned by Bob Brzozowski, who had pretty much forgotten that he had it. He stored it outside in his backyard, where it sat in the snow and rain for four decades. Somehow, Leno stumbled upon it and purchased the beater. He restored the Daimler. His first ride in the SP250 didn’t exactly go smoothly. He chose to film it, which ended up being a bad idea when the engine nearly kicked out. He made it home, traveling extremely slowly. The Daimler kept its 2.5-liter V8 Hemi, but it needed a lot more work before hitting the road.

 
69. 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint
Model Year: 1963
Original Value: $1,974*
Current Value: $33,000*
Sold to Leno by Bring a Trailer less than twenty-four hours after it came on the market, this 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint is an example of the comedian’s wide-ranging taste in cars. Leno fell in love with the Falcon Sprint when he worked as a lot boy at a Ford dealership (before he became famous). He described the Sprint as “big engine, small car.” Under the hood is a 2.6-liter Ford V8 engine. The performance car had been updated before Leno bought it. It got a new 289 V8 engine that got 360 horsepower. It also got a Monte Carlo brace for better balance. 

70. 1935 Delahaye 135 S
Model Year: 1935
Original Value: $5,000*
Current Value: $6.6 million*
The 1935 Delahaye 135 S is one of the more antique cars in Leno’s garage. It is one of just fourteen ever made. The car was built in 1935 and sold a year later, and it was supposed to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans (raced by its owner, Pierre Louis Dreyfus, AKA Helde). However, social unrest led to the race’s cancellation that year. It would later change hands to Madame Germaine Rouault, who registered it in France. She had her friend, Louis Gerard, race it in Britain. Leno bought his from a private owner, years down the road.

WE CONTINUE WITH PART 5 OF "JAY LENO'S GARAGE" UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE
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1075 Duval Street Court (Right off Simonton St. Before CVS Plaza Possible New Address 589 Virginia St. 305-407-6202
WWW.JAGGALLERY.ART INFO@JAGGALLERY.ART JULIETGREY@gMAIL.COM

We are installing a group show until our Cell Phone Exhibit opens on October 30th. Visit us to see work by: Sharon McGauley, Carol Munder, Rick Worth, John Martini, Susan Sugar, Lincoln Perry, AD Tinkham, Letty Nowak, Cathy Rose, Charlie Meyers, & Joe Skoby. #localartist #localartist #keyweatart #keyweatartist #keywestgallery #keywestgalleries #jaggallery

WWW.WATERFRONTPLAYHOUSE.ORG 407 Wall St. 305-394-7445. Go to their website to see Updates

WE'RE TAKING A BREAK TO INSURE YOUR SAFETY
A message from Managing Artistic Director Tom Thayer.

With the number of COVID cases rising rapidly, we have decided to take a break from the season. Our Waterfront Welcome Back Revue has been cancelled, Every Brilliant Thing, the marvelous new play starring Arthur Crocker has been postponed and our beloved revival of The Rocky Horror Show has been postponed.

Please follow our website for updates to our schedule and please, MASK UP!

Tom Thayer, Managing Artistic Director, Waterfront Playhouse, 305-294-5015
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HOLIDAY SALE 70% OFF + 20% SITE WIDE USE CODE : BLACKFRIDAY2020
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Dear Friends of the Coffee Butler Amphitheater As You May of Heard, The City of Key West has Cancelled All Special Events on City Propertythrough Dec 31, 2020 Due to Concerns Regarding the Rise Covid-19 Cases. This Includes the Remining Sunset Series; as well as the Bill Blues Most Exceptional Fundraiser & 38 Special. We are Working Hard to Re-Schedule. Ticket Holders will be contacted on How to Proceed with Your Tickets Very Soon. We Appreciate Your Patience. Key West Theater and Coffee Butler / KW Amphitheater.


POSTPONED:

11/21 Sunset Series at the Amp: The Happy Dog 
11/28 Sunset Series at the Amp: Havana Nights with Rolando Rojas & the All Star Band
12/04 Bill Blue's Most Exceptional Benefit Concert
12/05 Sunset Series at the Amp: Coffee Butler & Friends w/ Kristen McNamara
12/11 38 Special
12/12 Sunset Series at the Amp: The Raw Dawggs w/ Turner Harrison

For questions, please reach out to us via email at  boxoffice@thekeywesttheater.com
WWW.KEYSUNITEDWAY.ORG 305-735-1929 Greetings from Rebecca Zehr
MONROE COUNTY – United Way of Collier and the Keys is launching a virtual Remote Crisis Case Management System to help residents of Collier and Monroe Counties cope with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Working with the Florida Keys Outreach Coalition, UWCK is excited to announce KeysHelp.org, an innovative way to assist neighbors in need. DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINTS ; PLEASE GO TO THE NOV. 2 ISSUE FOR COMPLETE PRESS RELEASE INFOR. & THEIR WEBSITE https://conta.cc/2HVCpQZ

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Part 2 of 2 American Graffitti Now (2019) and Then (1973) from You-Tube Content Provider "World Review"

WOLFMAN JACK as The Disc Jockey
MACKENZIE PHILLIPS as Carol the 12 YO Riding with PAUL LeMAT
CANDY CLARK (Every Boys & Some Girls Desire ; she was certainly mine) as Debbie
CINDY WILLIAMS as Laurie
CHARLES MARTIN SMITH as Terry
PAUL LeMAT as John
Thank You 'WORLD REVIEW for Providing this for Us. Go on You Tube to see their other Features
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Photos by: Bill Klipp
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Key West Wanderings – Weather Alert

Part Two of Two : Key West Wanderings – Farmers Market Day
Every Thursday afternoon at the Truman Waterfront the Key West Farmer’s Market. Lots of fresh fruit, veggies, cheeses, breads, baked goods, crafts and more. Stroll along the waterfront and pick up some fresh goodies. Editor's Note on 11/21 Due to Info that Jill and Sean Just sent over ; check the days and hours of the Holiday Schedule ..In fact I have a Feature in this Issue with the Updates on the Farmers Market and the Closing of The Artisan Market ( Make sure to read that)


Photos by: Bill & Linda Klipp
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