HERE ARE THE TEASE PHOTOS THAT START OFF EVERY ISSUE. They Represent Many of the Recurring Weekly Features and Material from the Hundreds of Local Groups that Contribute Material the Past 9 Years
Above "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS" ( This Week) Two Subjects : 1) Neist Point Lighthouse on the Isle of Skye, Scotland & 2) Osorno Volcano Rising Above Llanquihue Lake in Southern Chile. Also Above : Pt. 4 of 4 WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM Featuring "56 RARE AND GROOVY PHOTOS" by Groovy Editor Harmon Leon
ALL BELOW ARE PHOTOS REPRESENTING FEATURES IN THIS APRIL 5TH. 2021 ISSUE: STARTING WITH Part 3 of 6 : "QUESTIONABLE AIRPLANES THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER LEFT THE GROUND" by WWW.DEFINITIONS.ORG & Editor TYMBER ALDAINE
Our Weekly Photographic Feature from ROBERTA DePIERO
POPULAR WRITER / EDITOR CAROL TEDESCO ON KOTS
KOTS 1 featured in Carol Tedesco's Article
KOTS 2 : Featured in Carol Tedeso's Article. Yes That is our GQ MCSO Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay
Our Weekly Photographic Feature from BILL AND LINDA KLIPP : This Week Featuring Two Award Winning Photographs from Bill Klipp and additional Photos from their Key West Wanderings & The Swayzees at Viva Saloon and Agentinian Steakhouse PLUS a Few of Their Thousands of Wildlife Photos.
DR. JOHN "JACK" NORRIS & HIS DAILY VIDEOS ; HELPING US UNDERSTAND THIS COVID-19 CRISIS
BILL BLUE BENEFIT APRIL 17 5-9PM
OUR WEEKLY MONROE COUNTY SECTIONS From Monroe County : Features 3 ENCORE Articles from Last Week. Very Valuable Information. This Week The Monroe Co. Library System, Resident Re-Entry Auto Stickers for Emergency Exits Returns & Updated Important Material Covering Covid-19 Shots.
THE SALLY BINARD EXHIBITION AT HELEN & BEN'S : HARRISON GALLERY . This issue we add in a few additional newer works from Sally inc."Eliminality" Oil & Earthenware Clay on Wood 48 X 36 X 2
REEF RELIEF has their Annual Summer Coral Camp , Camp Sponsorship, & Their Annual Key Largo to KW Challenge
FKSPCA LATEST BATCH OF ADOPTIONS (Encore from 3/29). The April 12th Issue will have 6 additional NEW Adoptions. Of course go to their Website and Facebook site as well as in Person to see what Adorable Friends you can Make.
CFK graduates 75th Law Enforcement Academy
The College of the Florida Keys (CFK) held a graduation ceremony for Basic Law Enforcement Academy #75, completed through its Institute for Public Safety, on March 26 at its Upper Keys Center in Tavernier. A total of 10 cadets successfully completed the 770-hour training program. Upon passing the state certification exam, each will be eligible to become a Florida Law Enforcement Officer.
The Guild Hall in East Hampton, LI , NY Send Regards and Lots of Info. about so many Arts-Literary-& Music Events
OLGA MANOSALVAS IS ONE OF THE APRIL EXHIBITIONS AT WWW.TSKW.ORG
PART 1 OF A NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
THE KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL AND THEIR SUNDAY MOVIES AT THE PERRY HOTEL. NEXT 4/11 THE SHAPE OF WATER FROM GUILLERMO del TORO
NASA Ambassador Kevin Gallagher will talk about the Mars Perseverance Rover on Tuesday, April 13th at 10am in a virtual presentation for the Monroe County Public Library system.
The Key West Theater's "Stand Up for a Cause" 4/18
The TSKW (THE STUDIOS OF KEY WEST) and Their APRIL EXHIBITIONS (Pictured Below) "PISCES" by KYLA PISCOPINK.
Kate Miano's The Gardens Resort : Complete April and May Sunday "Jazz in the Gardens" Schedule. This Sunday 4/4/ is Peter Diamond & Friends
Pt. 2 from WWW.UPBEATNEWS.COM "BIG TIME CELEBRITIES THAT DON'T GET HIRED ANYMORE". Stacey Dash
Owner of the Zazoo Memorabilia Art and Photographs Group Don Oriolo's Latest Batch of Felix the Cat Offerings. A MUST VISIT GALLERY. Hundreds of Exceptional Photos and Art on the Walls.. You can spend an entire afternoon with Managers /Consultants Jason and James; and I often Do
Hello Everyone ; Due to An Extremely Busy Week it was Impossible to Spend the Usual Time on Editing This April 5, 2021 Issue (Although Still Much Time Was Spent). I have Inserted as usual some very Interesting Photographic Features Along with 5 Weeks / Issues of ART Provided by the 2019 Studios of Key West Mango Madness. Rarely do I ever show Art Items without giving the Artist's Name, Dimensions and Medium; but Once again due to Extreme Time Constraints : I was UNABLE to Spend Time in Looking Up the Artists in this Group Show. Just the same As Usual We Appreciate the Amazing Amount of Art and Venues in The Keys and this Publication of 9 Years Always Features their Artistic Efforts. Lastly our Weekly "CRISIS INFORMATION CENTER" and "Important Contact Listings and Websites" can be found by simply clicking the URL Link to the March 15, 2021 Issue Below. Thanks for Reading and Have an Outstanding Week. Ed https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx
Plus Just a few More NEW Features in This Issue : The City of Key West & Dee Dee Green Solid Waste Coordinator and Many CLEAN-UP Events ,Key West Business Guild "Pride Follies" and Upcoming Luncheon & Mixer. Once again go to the March 15th Issue for the Crisis Info. Center Section for a Wealth of Covid-19 Material-Contact #s-Links, Our Listing of Important Keys People + You find Hundreds of Websites we used in the Past 9 Years. Also in this Issue a Link to the The South Florida Symphony Orchestra COMPLIMENTARY : 30 Minute Video of a Live Performance at the Miami Beach BandShell Performing "Peter and the Wolf " with Music by Sergei Prokofiev. Great Stuff (Especially for the Kids). GingerBread Square Gallery April 5 Reception for the Bill Farnsworth & Anastashia Dukhanina Exhibition. 4/13 Monroe Library has an Event Presentation of the Rover Mars Landing. Additional Great Art and Photographic Features PLUS 60 Art Gallery Websites & HUNDREDS OF Websites and the many regular weekly sections from the Many Organizations in town that shared Info. with us Prior to the Abbreviated March 22, 2021 Issue https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx(Case in Point ; The March 15 Issue has schedules for The Key West Gallery and Wyland & Most of the Galleries ). Here is Last Week's March 29, 2021 Constant Contact Link https://conta.cc/31qs1qM
Our First Section in "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS has Two Different Subjects for this April 5, 2021 Issue : 1) Neist Point Lighthouse on the Isle of Skye, Scotland & 2) Osorno Volcano Rising Above Llanquihue Lake in Southern Chile.
Neist Point Lighthouse is perched on the farthest reach of Scotland's rugged Duirinish peninsula and marks the most westerly point on the Isle of Skye. First lit in 1909, the beacon has been automated since 1990, and the outbuildings, once home to lighthouse keepers, are now privately owned. In our image we're looking across the expanse of the Little Minch, a channel of water separating the Isle of Skye from the land mass we see on the horizon—the Outer Hebrides islands.
We Continue with "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AROUND THE WORLD " with Osorno Volcano Rising Above Llanquihue Lake in Southern Chile; Up shortly in this April 5, 2021 Issue Up Shortly
The March 29 "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS" had some interesting Surfing and Penquin Photos from The Phillip Island in Australia ; Click the entire Issue URL Link to the Photos https://conta.cc/31qs1qM
THE 2019 "MANGO MADNESS" FROM THE STUDIOS OF KEY WEST (3 Sections in this April 5th. Issue)
We Start Part 2 of 5 with "QUESTIONABLE AIRPLANES THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER LEFT THE GROUND" by WWW.DEFINITIONS.ORG . The Editor from Definitions for this Feature is Tymber Aldaine
The NB-36 Convair Crusader was meant to be a bomber aircraft with a nuclear reactor mounted at the tip of its tail. The whole plane was designed to test the feasibility of an aircraft that is powered by nuclear power. There were safety features installed such as lead to cover the nuclear reactor, which was meant to protect the crew. The flight proved to be a success; however, President Eisenhower discontinued due to public concern.
Short history lesson: Belphegor is the name of a demon god that tricks people into making useless inventions. This history lesson will prove to be significant with this aircraft. The Belphegor aircraft promised to be Poland’s answer to its dry farmlands as it was built to crop dust over the area’s vast farmlands. It was a costly project that did not live up to its name because the aircraft was so ugly, heavy, and slow.
Sometimes the design and promise of an aircraft are better than the actual aircraft itself. The Yakovlev Yak-38 was meant to be a military supersonic jet that can navigate as precisely as a helicopter with cool jet boosters for vertical take-off and landing. However, this Russian aircraft proved to be useless when it came to military purposes because it consumed so much fuel that it can only be used within a 200-mile Radius
If there were ever a plane with the worst flight track record, it would be the Sikorsky S-76. This aircraft has been involved in multiple aircraft disasters starting with a mechanical failure in the North Sea, which killed five people and left six stranded. Another incident was the crash in the Baltic Sea, killing all 14 on board. In 2015, the aircraft crashed in an Indonesian tree, and in 2020, Kobe Bryant was killed in a fatal air crash.
The Lockheed Martin was supposed to be the presidential helicopter. However, because it was too expensive to maintain due to its fuel consumption, President Barack Obama decided to discontinue the program. It was later replaced with a more cost-effective presidential helicopter program, the Lockheed.
The Bell aircraft was designed to be the fastest aircraft in the world back in the ’40s! The rocket plane hit a whopping record of over 1000 mph, making it the quickest human-crewed supersonic flight. However, it reached a devastating end in October 1947 when the quietness and calmness of the Mojave Desert were interrupted with a loud boom as the Bell aircraft hit at a Mach 1.06 speed; this broke the sound barrier.
We Continue with More "QUESTIONABLE AIRPLANES THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER LEFT THE GROUND" Part 3 by WWW.DEFINITIONS.ORG in the April 12th Issue. Of Course ; If you want to see ALL 30 Photos before the next few Issues : Click PLANES
Above : Collectibles is a series of 9 paintings by Dmitri Cavander based on his lost collection of baseball cards. It's an interesting story. And with the new baseball season starting this month, it seemed like a great time to exhibit this work again.
Author and Journalist Libby Copeland will discuss “The Cultural Phenomenon of Home DNA Testing” on Tuesday, April 6 at 6PM in a virtual event presented by the Key West Library and Books & Books at the Studios. Copeland is the author of the 2020 book, “The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are,” and an award-winning journalist who has written for the Washington Post, New York magazine, the New York Times, the Atlantic, and many other publications. Visit keyslibraries.org or call 305-292-3595 to register.
Allison Rich and Michael Nelson send regards and Tells us about another Library Event
ALSO "ROVER : MARS LANDING :
Mars Rover Presentation
NASA Ambassador Kevin Gallagher will talk about the Mars Perseverance Rover on Tuesday, April 13th at 10am in a virtual presentation for the Monroe County Public Library system. Gallagher has a degree in chemical engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and has served as President of his local astronomy club in New Jersey. This event is free and open to everyone and a recording of the event will be available afterwards.. Registration for the event can be done at Keyslibraries.org or by calling your local branch.
"50 of the WORST Cars that Should Never Have Been Made" and "Between Two Palms with Jonathan Freeman Hosted by Murphy Davis" Up Next ; BUT FIRST The World's ANNUAL EARTH DAY APRIL 22 and Our Local Efforts to make a Local IMPACT.
Below : #10 Worst Car1958 Zundapp Janus
Below : Murphy Davis Hosting Broadway Celebrity Jonathan Freeman
51st EARTH DAY JAM with That Hippie Band
Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson saw the ravages of the 1969 Santa Barbara, California oil spill. He saw the Cuyahoga River catch fire from pollutants in downtown Cleveland. The LA smog was so bad you could no longer see the famous Hollywood sign. He founded the first Earth Day April 22, 1970, and 20 million mostly young Americans took to the streets to protest for a cleaner environment.
Fast forward 51 years later, Earth Day will be celebrated by over a billion people in 192 countries on every continent. The planet still needs our help more than ever, and we all still need this magical music era.
The 50th Earth Day in 2020 was the cleanest ever after the Covid locked down of the planet. Emissions were down as much as 45%. People in India could see the Himalayas for the first time, NASA satellites documented changes worldwide, the Grand Canal of Venice was crystal clear.
Join us Thursday April 22nd for a special celebration of this glorious 51st Earth Day, with a fugitive band of Hippies from 60s that have been hanging out performing in Key West. They all use to have long hair, smoked weed, and could play any 60s song that anyone could remember.
Gary Hempsey and “That Hippie Band”, will help you remember all those songs from the Age of Aquarius. The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Rolling Stones, Jefferson Starship, and some Crosby, Stills, & Nash will be rediscovered.
The 2019 Earth Day Jam was a huge success, this year will be even better. So come on people now, smile on your brother, and enjoy all this wonderful music once again. It will be like Woodstock without the mud.
Wear your coolest Hippie clothes (oxymoron intended) and join the glorious celebration of the 51st Earth Day with Gary Hempsey and That Hippie Band will be tuned up ready to go. Reef Relief will be on display along with the Conch Republic Marine Army, and the Key West Parrot Heads will all help us celebrate.
This is a Rams Head Production at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, 2021. Doors open at 5:00pm, music and fun begins at 6:00pm.
THE BROADCAST OF THE MARCH 31, 2021 "BETWEEN TWO PALMS" Hosted by MURPHY DAVIS and Featuring JONATHAN FREEMAN ; Up Shortly
WE NOW START PART 1 OF A NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
TransAm Type K
The TransAm Type K was a Pontiac concept car that got a lot of thumbs up from the public. It featured in a two-part episode of The Rockford Files. It appeared destined to hit the American roads soon as a trendy family car, and GM certainly intended to do just that. When all was said and done, though, the estimates showed that the project was far too ambitious for the intended price. To turn a profit, Pontiac would have had to price the Type K at $25,000, which would have bought two Corvettes.
1982 Cadillac Cimarron
The Cimarron was GM's attempt to introduce the massive Cadillacs to the smaller car range, yet it failed because the car was so bad. Unpopularly based on the GM J platform, it performed terribly and is one of Cadillac's worst failures. In fact, the brand was almost discontinued because of how badly it failed. As Elliot puts it, the Cimarron "appealed neither to Cadillac's loyal followers, who appreciated powerful V8s and Cadillac's domestic luxury edge, nor to buyers who favored Europe's luxury brands, whose cars out-handled and out-classed the Cimarron in every way."
Chrysler Imperial LeBaron Two-Door Hardtop
The Imperial was once a respected car, but by the end of the '60s, it wasn't very highly regarded. When 1971 rolled around, the LeBaron was the only one still around. By that time, it looked trashy, even back then, and has the distinction of having one of the longest fenders in two-door history. The interior of the "luxury" vehicle was nothing to write home about and looked cheap. Production ended in 1975, although Chrysler tried to resurrect the model in 1980. That didn't work because the engine was terrible.
There's a reason why French car manufacturers abandoned the U.S. long ago, and the Renault Dauphine is exactly the sort of engineering failure that gives the country such a bad name. It would shake and the engine was weak. In addition, it was extremely unsafe. That being said, it was an instant hit when it was released because of the low cost and nimbleness, despite having terrible acceleration and a two-tone horn. Soon enough, drivers also realized it rusted extremely fast and sales plummeted.
1971 Chevy Vega
The Chevy Vega was released in the early '70s to high acclaim. The inline, four-cylinder design of the aluminum alloy engine was praised by Motor Trend, which named it car of the year in 1971. But soon after buying one of these, it was clear you had a lemon on your hands.
The Michelin PLR
This car was built by Michelin, which at the time owned Citroën. You won't see this car anywhere but France, where it is now used for various shows as a novelty. This 10-tire monstrosity is a bit of a Citroën Frankenstein, as it's made of a who's who of random parts on hand, mostly from the DS Safari. It weighs 10 tons, so it's remarkable that the top speed is 111 miles per hour. That's due in no small part to the two Chevrolet 5.7- liter V8s.
1958 Zundapp Janus
Zundapp Janus was a failed attempt by a decent motorcycle company at crossing over into cars, and for that reason remains the company's only foray into that market. You can understand why it was named after the Roman god with two faces, one facing forward and the other facing back, because the car looked the same on both ends. You had a 50-50 chance of guessing which direction a parked Janus was pointing from the outside. It had a rear door and front door as well but these features didn't help it sell.
April 12th. Issue has : PART 2 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
Guild Hall 90th Season to feature Salman Rushdie, F. Murray Abraham, ABT, Susan Lucci, Joy Behar, Tony-winners Susan Stroman, Michael Cerveris, Mercedes Ruehl, Bill Irwin, artists Julian Schnabel, Laurie Anderson, Alexis Rockman, Robert Longo & more
Below was greatly reduced in editing due to Space Constraints. Please go to their website and Facebook Sites
EAST HAMPTON, NY (April 2, 2021) —Historic Hamptons arts institution Guild Hall (158 Main Street, East Hampton, GuildHall.org) is pleased to announce the artists and events for its landmark 90th season which begins end of May and will feature author Salman Rushdie, American Ballet Theatre, actor and director John Slattery, Emmy-winners Susan Lucci & Joy Behar, 5-time Tony-winner Susan Stroman, Oscar/Tony-winner Mercedes Ruehl, Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham, Tony-winners Michael Cerveris, Joanna Gleason, Bill Irwin & Cherry Jones, poet Cornelius Eady, artists Julian Schnabel and Laurie Anderson, plus exhibitions with new works from acclaimed American artists Alexis Rockman (Shipwrecks; June 12-July 26) and Robert Longo (A House Divided; Aug 7-Oct 17). This fall at the Academy of the Arts Dinner (Nov 8) at Cipriani Midtown, Guild Hall will include a special 90th anniversary-inspired revue.
The first main season event in May will be a virtual poetry performance, Reawakenings, premiering online May 23 at 8pm with Rushdie, Lucci, Abraham, Cerveris, Gleason, Irwin, Jones, Eady, plus Tony-nominees Karen Akers, Tony Roberts & Michael Stuhlbarg, as well as Austin Pendleton, Chris Sarandon, Barbara Feldon & Lynnette R. Freeman. Directed by Paul Hecht, it will feature the cast each performing a favorite poem uniquely/visually paired with a piece of art from Guild Hall’s permanent collection. Additionally, a public work, Full of Noises: a Village Soundwalk has been commissioned in honor of the 90th anniversary, linking the gifts of founder Mary Woodhouse to East Hampton, composed and narrated by sound artist Viv Corringham.
In June, Guild Hall will begin its outdoor Play in the Garden theater series with live performances at 8pm for a limited audience/Lawn Circle seats (to also be livestreamed/made available online). The series will showcase works of Edward Albee, Kurt Vonnegut, Wendy Wasserstein and Tom Wolfe (Albee was Artistic Director of Guild Hall’s theater in the 70s, Vonnegut, Wasserstein & Wolfe were also involved with Guild Hall during their careers & all four are members of Guild Hall’s Academy of the Arts). The series will kick off with a Weekend of Wasserstein June 4-5 (a mini-fest of Wendy’s plays, two distinctive evenings filled with smart & shining treats from the voice of one of America’s most beloved playwrights, $100 per Lawn Circle which seats 1-2 people). June 11 will be a staged reading of Happy Birthday, Wanda June by Kurt Vonnegut (his first play which premiered in 1970 and was adapted into a film in 1971; capturing his brilliantly distinct perspective, it’s a darkly humorous, searing examination of the excesses of capitalism, patriotism & American culture in the post-Vietnam War era, $50 per Lawn Circle). The series will continue with Michael Urie and his partner Ryan Spahn starring in Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story July 8-11 ($100 per Lawn Circle), A Night with the Wolfe July 23 celebrating Tom Wolfe, also affectionately known as the Man in the White Suit (the evening will showcase his wit & cultural insights and will include excerpts from his novels, short works, articles & interviews, all told by performers each costumed in Wolfe’s iconic white suit, $100 per Lawn Circle). 5-time Tony-winner and Academy of the Arts member Susan Stroman will direct three unique live theater events Aug 27-29, and Labor Day Weekend Sep 3-4 will be the premiere of new play Crisis in Queens by Academy member Joy Behar ($200 per Lawn Circle). Sep 16-18 will be Temptation and Other Tales: An Evening of One-Acts, written and directed by Lyle Kessler, starring Richard Kind, Raye & Sawyer Spielberg, and Margaret Ladd ($100 per Lawn Circle).
NANCE FRANK CURATOR AND OWNER OF GALLERY ON GREENE PRESENT THE LATEST EXHIBITION FROM WB THOMPSON.
“Act as though what you do makes a difference. It does“. William James American Philosopher.
Bill Thompson paints as though he lives this quote every time he begins a new work. It is what he lives for along with his wife and children, of course. He will leave his exuberant mark on the world of art. This Feature being in the Past 2 Issues has been edited to Space Constraints.
CDC protocols will be respected. Two days of private one hour viewings available by appointment.
For more information: 305-304-2323. The March 22 Issue had many additional Paintings from WB Thompson https://conta.cc/3r8NIpw
Of Course ; Go to the Gallery on Greene Site and visit Nance in Person to see ALL Her Amazing Art
Ready for Open Mic?
Let’s meet in-person this coming Sunday
Sunday, April 4, 7 PM
“outside” at Andy's Cabana (across from Blue Heaven)
Bring an original poem to read or just come to listen
if you’re not ready for in-person there are more options:
or hold a small group meeting of a few poet friends in your yard
or set up a Zoom meeting
Our History: The Key West Poetry Guild has met (in some form or other) the first Sunday of almost every month for over 40 years. We carry on the spirit of the Island of the Arts and Robert Frost's Sunday Salon's at the then-home of Jesse Newton Porter on Caroline St, Key West.
RESERVE CLICK THIS LINK for Luncheon on April 7 Noon at Marriott Beachside 3841 N. Roosevelt. Next Mixer 4/14 at NAIL BAR Duval Square ( I think start time is 5PM)
Together we can continue to celebrate diversity, equality & inclusion through the Key West Business Guild – a not for profit organization dedicated to promoting LGBTQ+ travel to Key West through marketing and the promotion of special events; to support gay-owned, gay-managed, and gay-friendly businesses; to strengthen the Gay community’s position within the local community by supporting relevant LGBTQ+ issues. Attached you will find that we have created a 6-tiered rainbow sponsorship level for your contribution. Your support is more than appreciated. Happy PRIDE! Click SPONSORSHIP to see the 6 Levels of Involvement
We are halfway through meeting our goal for the Key West AIDS Memorial bench! Will you help us get there?
Tickets are available at the visitors center - 808 Duval st., at our April Luncheon & Mixer, and our May luncheon. The raffle will take place at that luncheon. You do not have to be present to win.
Please donate what you can, because every little bit helps to reach our goal of sponsoring this fundamental organization - Key West AIDS Memorial.
Like This Issue ; Many of the Upcoming Issues will be much shorter then Usual Due to my Time Constraints in upcoming Weeks ; Many of the Weekly Regular Features will be left out ; so I am calling your attention to View the Last Full Issue of recurring Weekly Features in March 15 https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx
Some of the Recurring Weekly Features are
Our "CRISIS INFO. CTR." ( which has a Large Amount of Contact Info. and Links pertaining to Covid-19 Material ). March 15th.Issue also has the Usual Lead Section with Very Important Contact Info. for "Local Decision Makers & Staff ". Other Recurring Weekly Features : Dr. John "Jack" Norris & his Medical Info. Videos, Anne McKee 2021 Grant Applications, May Sands Montessori School Applications, Info. From The City of KW & Monroe Co., Mallory Square Improvement Workshops, Zazoo Memorabillia, Links to WWW.THEBLUEPAPER.COM , WWW.KONKLIFE.COM ,
Featuring Key West musicians:Barry Cuda, Mick Kilgos, Kim Jade Fry,
Dani Hoy, Chris Rehm, CW Colt, Adrienne Z, Claire Finley, Gabriel Wright,
Ray West, Tony Baltimore, Tony Roberts, Claire Finley, Joey Marchiano,
Kenny Fradley, Larry Baeder, Jersey Slim, Dora Gholson, Francois Gehin,
Ray Spence, The Happy Dog, Jesse Wagner, Gary Hempsey, Ericson Holt,
Juliana MacDowell, Jeff Clark, Randy Morrow, Claire Finley, Mike Ault,
Tommy Tangie, Turner Harrison, Bill Hoebee- Wail 995/MC
After a bout of cancer, Key West’s Bill Blue is finally on the mend.This concert is dedicated to helping him get on his feet financially after his illness. Bill’s record label, Conch Town Music, gained permission from the City of Key West to use the Coffee Butler Amphitheatre at the Truman Waterfront for a fundraiser concert on Saturday, April 17, 2021.
Renowned in recent years for his Sunday Soundchecks at the Green Parrot and successful concerts at the Key West Theater, Blue has been a fixture of Key West music for more than forty years. He earned his chops with blues legend Arthur ‘Big Boy” Crudup, who wrote “That’s All Right Mama,” made famous by Elvis Presley. After touring with Crudup and opening for Bonnie Raitt, Blue went on his own and finally settled in Key West in the 1980’s. Regular performers at Sloppy Joe’s and the Full Moon Saloon, Bill and his band were the first to play music for John Vagnoni at The Green Parrot.
Blue hadn’t recorded in 25 years when he released the CD “Mojolation” in 2013, followed by “The King of Crazy Town” in 2020.
Always willing to play benefits and lend a hand to his fellow Key Westers, Blue was honored by the City of Key West in 2013 for his service to the community. October 13th was declared “Bill Blue Day.”
This concert is also a community effort. Musicians are donating their time. Ram’s Head Group is donating their ticketing platform and production assistance. And 100% of ticket sales and sponsor donations are going directly to Bill Blue thanks to Conch Town Music.
Please join us in helping our old friend, Bill Blue. Buy a ticket today!
Brooke, The Michaels, Stephen, Miranda All send regards. Miranda fills us in on a New Series the Key West Fim Festival Just Started. So Keep Posted with the People and Groups Involved for Additional Information; and to get on Miranda's and KWFF Mailing List; Reach out to Her at INFO@KWFILMFEST.COM
Selected Sundays at The Perry Hotel, presented by the Key West Film Festival and Visualize Entertainment.
NEXT EVENT IS APRIL 11 AT 7PM and The Guillermo del Toro Film "THE SHAPE OF WATER" will be Featured. One of the KWFF Spotlight Films a Few Year ago shown on the Very Large Screen at the INSTITUTO SAN CARLOS
All COVID guidelines will be enforced and the The Perry's expansive outdoor venue allows plenty of space for social distancing, and easy access to their dockside bar, The Barrel House, and food delivery from
MORE FROM "BETWEEN TWO PALMS" and Host MURPHY DAVIS and Guest JONATHAN FREEMAN UP SHORTLY. Now a Feature Provided by Carol Tedesco about KOTS
On Thursday, Sandra Mitchell, left, along with other Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter (KOTS) clients, received gifts of dental hygiene kits donated by Dr. Carter Weber of Southernmost Smiles Dental Practice along with “goody bag care kits” gifted by young Keys Vineyard Church members, distributed by KOTS shelter supervisor Moises Delgado, center, and Elicia Pintabona, founder and president of CRA, the nonprofit organization that manages KOTS, right. “The 100 dental hygiene packs donated by Dr. Weber are such a welcome blessing,” said Pintabona, “as it’s normally very difficult for our homeless clients to obtain any kind of dental care. “And of course the delightful gift bags containing hand-made cards, bottled water, bandaids, gummy snacks and lip balm brought delight to our client’s hearts.” Pintabona says that anyone interested in making donations to KOTS should email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the organizations website at keyscra.org. (Photo Carol Tedesco)
MCSO Sheriff Rick Ramsay, center, interacts with, left to right, Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter (KOTS) clients Michael Cope and Chris Morgan, shelter supervisor Moises Delgado, and shelter manager Jay Vanderhoof on Thursday, near one of three bike racks recently donated to the shelter by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. “The bike racks have made a tremendous difference in our ability to maintain a safe and organized area for clients to park their bikes,” said Elicia Pintabona, founder and president of CRA, the nonprofit organization that manages KOTS. “Sheriff Ramsey saw our need and took action to fill it, and for that we are so very grateful.” Anyone interested in supporting KOTS with a donation should email Pintabona at email@example.com or visit the organizations website at keyscra.org. (Photo Carol Tedesco)
HERE IS A TREMENDOUS TREAT ; PLEASE FINISH THE REST OF THIS APRIL 5 ISSUE AND THEN COME BACK TO THIS 30 MINUTE FACEBOOK VIDEO OF THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AT THE BANDSHELL IN NORTH MIAMI. Maestra Alfonso, Pres. Lorber, Caroline and the entire Orchestra Encourage you to copy this URL and send to Friends that have Kids ; they will love it.....We're Live! (Now Taped Video to show You) Rhythm Foundation and City of Miami Beach Government Arts in the Park Series Present:
This is how we "texted" back in the day, hoping not to get caught by the teacher!
Ha! Old-timey days. Long before we all had iPhones, the only way to send a message to your friends was to pass them a note. The only problem was, if the teacher caught you passing a note, chances are they would make you read the note to the whole class. Certainly embarrassing if the note was about a boy you liked - or how much of an alcoholic your father was.
One secret spy way to pass a note was to write a note on a piece of paper small enough to fit inside the cap of a pen. Then roll up the paper and place it inside of the pen. Then have your friend ask to borrow your pen. Vola! Note safely delivered.
A group of young hippies hitchhiking to Berkeley, 1960s.
Ah yes, the carefree days of the 60s - when hippies could gleefully hitchhike on the roads of America - without fear of being butchered by some crazed serial killer or the Manson Family. Hitchhiking was once a key means of transportation for young people in the United States. It played an important role in Jack Kerouac's novel, On the Road." It used to be very normal to see someone sticking their thumb out on the side of the road - waiting for someone to pick them up. It was a lifestyle that dated back to the Depression era.
Nowadays, we don't really see too much hitchhiking - the closest thing we have is Uber Pool.
Who had a Spirograph set growing up in the '70s?
This was a very trippy art toy - that allowed kids to make their very own psychedelic designs. Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that was developed by British engineer Denys Fisher who first exhibited it at the 1965 Nuremberg International Toy Fair. With a simple pen or pencil, it produces a variety of mathematical roulette curves. The trademark was sold to Hasbro Inc. The Spirograph was named Toy of the Year in 1967.
Drawing toys with gears have been around for some time. The Marvelous Wondergraph was first advertised in the Sears catalog in 1908.
A young Valerie Bertinelli in the 1970s.
Before she was Mrs. Eddie Van Halen, Valerie Bertinelli was a young child star who got her star on the TV sitcom, One Day at a Time. The show debuted in late 1975, when Bertinelli was 15-years old, and ran until 1984. Something kind of creepy, when Bertinelli was 16, she dated 27-year old Paul Shaffer - former musical director of David Letterman's band. I guess you could say it was a different era. Or creepy in any era.
She was also said to be romantically linked to Steven Spielberg. But the man who grabbed Bertinell's heart was Eddie Van Halen - who she met backstage at a Van Halen concert in 1980. They were married the following year - though he couple divorced in 2007. Bertinelli cited one reason was Van Halen's refusal to quit smoking despite being diagnosed with oral cancer and losing one-third of his tongue in the treatment process.
An 18 year-old Bruce Lee with his master, Ip Man, in 1958.
Bruce Lee was such a badass. Not only did he change the face of cinema by becoming an international star, but he also changed the face of martial arts - and introduced the world to Jeet Kune Do - which he founded. He was also a man who could rock the yellow jumpsuit as he did in the 1973 movie, Game of Death.
But every star has to learn from someone; Ip Man was a Cantonese martial artist and a master teacher of Wing Chun - who taught Lee his bag of tricks. Sadly Ip died in 1972 from throat cancer, only seven months before the death of his prized student.
Anthony Michael Hall in The Breakfast Club, 1985.
Oh yes! Anthony Michael Hall as the brainy geek in the 1985 movie, The Breakfast Club. The film is one of John Hughes' best - as we spend a Saturday afternoon in detention with five teens in a suburban Chicago high school. Sure the movie kind of played the students as stereotypes - but it did so in such a great humorous and warmhearted way; as we meet the jock, the geek, the stoner, the outcast, and the princess.
During production, teenage Hall hit a growth spurt - and was shorter than costar Judd Nelson at the start of production; but by the end was actually taller than him.
Since Many of the Upcoming Issues will be much shorter then Usual Due to my Time Constraints in upcoming Weeks ; Many of the Weekly Regular Features will be left out ; so I am calling your attention to the Last Full Issue of recurring Weekly Features March 15 https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx
Tiffany, Tammy, Anima, Jane and the entire Crew at the FKSPCA WWW.FKSPCA.ORG Send Regards and remind you to check out their ADOPTION area on their website https://fkspca.org/adopt/. They sent over 6 MORE Animals for Adoption ..Check out the last batch of adoptions & The $36K Grant from PETSMART CHARITIES from the February 15 Issue https://conta.cc/3jZQgEN
HERE ARE THE MOST RECENT BATCH OF ADOPTIONS SENT OVER MARCH 25
John Henry is a 4 year old, male, mixed breed.
Andy is a 2 year old, male, shepherd mix.
Shortcake is a 7 year old, male, domestic medium hair mix.
Nia is a 3 year old, female, domestic shorthair.
Dimple is a 3 ½ year old, female, domestic shorthair.
Leo is a 2 ½ year old, male, American rabbit.
The Florida Keys SPCA is dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of all animals through compassionate care, adoption, education, population control and humane law enforcement.
The FKSPCA is a 501(c)(3) corporation. Tax ID# 65-0891564
WE WILL FEATURE 6 NEW ADDITIONAL ADOPTIONS IN THE APRIL 12 ISSUE
HELEN, BEN AND COLE HARRISON SEND REGARDS; AND TELL US
Key West's very own Sally Binard debuted her latest show, "None of The Above", at The Studios of Key West this past January. Now, we at Harrison Gallery are beyond pleased to host select pieces from her collection.
A poignant excerpt from Sally's recent interview with Mark Hedden of Keys Weekly:
“I just learned so much from the other artists and saw the power of what they – and now I can include myself – were doing. It was a conversation that was not just about hanging a pretty picture on the wall. And that’s just when I was hooked on art being something bigger than aesthetics and pretty stuff, and about the function that we can play in social change or environmental change.”
To view more of Sally's work visit our website or come by Harrison Gallery at 825 White Street.
1. “Reclamation” (Oil, acrylic, and hardrive screws on hurricane wood debris) 15" x 48" x 2"
2. “Liminality” (Oil and earthenware clay on wood) 48" x 36" x 2”
3. “Papaya Halves” (Ceramic clay)
4. “Between Two Mountains” (Oil, earthenware clay,and gold leaf on clay) 36" x 16" x 2”
WE CONTINUE WITH THE 2019 MANGO MADNESS FROM THE STUDIOS OF KEY WEST. ALSO UP IN 3 FEATURES A NEW FEATURE FROM WWW.UPBEATNEWS.COM PART 2 "BIG TIME CELEBRITIES THAT DON'T GET HIRED ANYMORE"
MORE 2019 "MANGO MADNESS" UP SHORTLY
NOW OUR WEEKLY "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AROUND KEY WEST" by ROBERTA DePIERO (Two sections in this April 5, 2021 Issue)
Pt 1 of 2 in this Issue from Roberta DePiero and her Weekly "Around the Keys in Photographs"
MORE FROM ROBERTA DePIERO UP SHORTLY IN THIS ISSUE
The crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter William Trump conducted their first cleanup Thursday after adopting Trumbo Road.
Dee Dee Green, Key West’s solid waste coordinator met them with grabbers, gloves and buckets. The strip of road between the Coast Guard gate and Caroline Street looks brand new, thanks to these great volunteers!
The City of Key West and the City Commission want to hear your vision of ways to improve the North Roosevelt Blvd corridor. The community – property owners, business owners, residents and visitors – are urged to participate to help envision the island’s future.
The City is reviewing all potential options and opportunities, such as increasing landscaping, increasing buffers between commercial and residential, incentivizing smaller and more inviting signage, placing parking behind commercial uses, and more.
This this survey will record the public’s opinion on how to improve this crucial corridor and how to forge a path forward for the City and North Roosevelt Blvd.
DON'T TRY TO CLICK BELOW ; : THE ARTICLE ABOVE WILL GIVE YOU THE SITE TO GIVE YOUR FEEDBACK
The City of Key West and Waste Management want to remind local businesses to recycle cardboard and do it properly.
Cardboard from commercial entities must be contained, whether its bundled with string or flattened and placed in a box. Unsecured flattened boxes are a trip hazard, especially in the Duval Street corridor. Stacked and flattened boxes, if unsecured, can be as slippery as ice for a pedestrian.
According to Waste Management District Manager Greg Sullivan, commercial entities must have a commercial recycling account in order to recycle their cardboard. He noted that commercial recycling rates cost less than trash rates, so an account actually saves businesses money.
To set up a commercial recycling account contact Waste Management at 305-296-8297.
Cardboard is one of the easiest materials to recycle. So save money and the planet by safely containing and recycling your boxes.
Above is Dee Dee Green : The City of Key West's Solid Waste Coordinator. She and staff and friends are so Active in Clean Up Efforts and the Proper Routines of Disposing The Smallest to Large Amounts of Big Ticket Garbage Items. Her Facebook is https://www.facebook.com/dee.green.923
Here are our planned Plogging Cleanups for April! You can also add a few extra locations.
Saturday April 3rd 9:00am-10:00am Mangrove Cleanup at 16th Terrace and Donald Street.
Saturday April 17th 930am-1030am Conch Republic Conchy Beach Cleanup. Higgs Beach in front of Salute! On The Beach.
Friday April 23rd 9:00am-11:00am Earth Day Cleanup, The US1/N. Roosevelt Triangle, Cow Key Bridge and Rivera Bridge Earth Day Great American Cleanup
To sign up for an monthly email browse to City website Notify Me and choose, Keep Key West Beautiful.
The Monroe County Public Library System will begin reopening to in-person visits on a staggered schedule while continuing to fill vacancies in the Marathon, Islamorada, and Key Largo branches that resulted from cutbacks during the height of COVID-19.
The Key West and Big Pine Key branches will reopen Monday, March 22, Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Islamorada will reopen 3 days a week starting Tuesday, April 6 on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The branch will return to a full schedule upon filling open vacancies.
Key Largo is scheduled to begin a whole-building recarpeting project this week to repair Hurricane Irma damage that should take approximately 30 days to complete. The funding was just secured for the project; therefore, it could not have been completed sooner. The branch will reopen 3 days a week at the completion of the project and will return to a full schedule upon filling open vacancies.
The Marathon branch is in the midst of a major move into the new facility. The former branch facility will remain closed to the public at this time but will host a “Goodbye Week” April 26-30 welcoming the public to say goodbye to the old facility. During Goodbye Week, please consider helping library staff move by checking out up to 50 items from the collection and returning them to the NEW building when it opens in June.
Curbside services will continue to be available 6 days a week at all branches.
Services available during in-branch visits:
Browse books, audiobooks, & DVDs, Computers will be available for one-hour appointments each day, which can be reserved in the library. Reference and computer assistance from library staff. Printers and copiers. Book drops for the return of all library material. Curbside checkout and printing will remain available at all five branches
We continue to follow Monroe County’s COVID 19 guidelines for your safety.
A facial covering is required and must be worn while inside any branch, Maintain social distancing, Limited building occupancy to allow for social distancing, Regular sanitization of the public spaces
Visit www.keyslibraries.org, call your local branch, or follow your favorite branch on social media for updates, a complete list of our virtual library events, online resources, and more.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to relax, the Monroe County Public Library System will add to the available services and spaces.
REMINDER: REENTRY STICKER VEHICLE WINDSHIELD DECALS ARE AVAILABLE FOR MONROE COUNTY RESIDENTS
MONROE COUNTY, FL – Monroe County residents can pick up one reentry sticker for each registered vehicle by providing proof of residency at a Monroe County Tax Collector’s office. Proof of residency includes a Florida Driver’s License and vehicle registration, or a property bill with an out-of-county vehicle registration for out-of-county residents who own a home in Monroe County. These stickers make reentry easier if checkpoints are required to assure safe re-entry into the Keys following a destructive storm that causes a public safety issue.
The new system is barcoded with color-coded stickers for zone-by-zone reentry. Lower Keys residents from the south end of the 7 Mile Bridge to Stock Island (MM 40 to MM 4) will be dark pink, Middle Keys residents from the south end of the Long Key Bridge to the north end of the 7 Mile Bridge (MM 64 to MM 47) are aqua, and Upper Keys residents from the county line including Ocean Reef to the north end of the Long Key Bridge (MM 113 to MM 64) will have a purple decal. The City of Key West requires its own sticker, which is white. If City of Key West residents already have a City of Key West reentry decal, they do not need to pick up a new one.
WHERE TO GET REENTRY STICKERS
Residents from Ocean Reef to Stock Island: Stickers are available at the Monroe County Tax Collector’s office locations from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Tax Collector Locations:
Key West - 1200 Truman Ave, Ste 101, or the DMV at 3304 N. Roosevelt Blvd
Marathon - 3015 Overseas Hwy
NEW LOCATION: Big Pine Key – 247 Key Deer Blvd (Tuesday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.)
Plantation Key - 88800 Overseas Hwy
Key Largo - 101487 Overseas Hwy
Residents who live in Ocean Reef: Stickers are available at Ocean Reef Public Safety, 110 Anchor Dr., Key Largo.
Residents in Key West: STICKERS ARE THE SAME, IF YOU ALREADY HAVE THIS STICKER YOU DO NOT NEED A NEW ONE. If you do not already have a reentry sticker, they are available at Key West City Hall, 1300 White St., or the Key West Police Department, 1604 North Roosevelt Blvd, and the tax collector’s main office at 1200 Truman Ave, Ste 101. The hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Stickers will be available throughout the year, but do not wait until a storm is approaching to pick up a sticker. There are plenty of stickers, so no need to rush over, but add it to your list in for next time you are running errands. Stickers will not be available once a state of emergency is declared in Monroe County, which occurs several days before a storm is forecast to strike. For more information on reentry after a storm, visit www.monroecountyem.com/reentrystickers.
COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATES & PARTNERSHIP FOR MULTIPLE VACCINATION EVENTS
MONROE COUNTY, FL – Monroe County Emergency Management, Walgreens, the City of Islamorada, and the Florida Department of Health in Monroe County held three vaccination events in partnership on Wednesday, March 25. The vaccination events took place at Bernstein Park on Stock Island, Big Pine Park on Big Pine Key, and Founders Park in Islamorada. At the three events, approximately 800 residents were vaccinated who were registered on the myvaccine.fl.gov Sharecare system.
For more information or to sign up for the vaccine through the Florida Department of Health, visit myvaccine.fl.gov. Once pre-registered, you will be notified when appointments become available.
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility
Yesterday, Governor DeSantis announced new eligibility guidelines for COVID-19 vaccinations in Florida.
Beginning on Monday, March 29, all individuals 40 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning on Monday, April 5, all individuals 18 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Department of Health is still prioritizing healthcare workers with direct patient contact to get vaccinated. Monroe County residents who are healthcare workers with direct patient contact can email firstname.lastname@example.org, indicate they are a healthcare worker in Monroe County, and provide the name of the healthcare facility.
Residents who have registered on Sharecare can update their information at the Vaccine Assistant at vaccine.healthsecurity.sharecare.com/vaccine. By doing so, the resident stays in control of their contact information, and will get all communication from Sharecare going forward. Making any changes will not affect their place in line.
Those who have registered and are waiting on a phone call for an appointment should answer unknown numbers. When answering, the phone system representative will announce themselves as “The Monroe County First Dose Scheduling Line.”
For anyone who does not have access to the internet to register, they may call the toll-free line for Monroe County at 866-201-7069 or for TTY (Text Telephone Relay) at 833-990-2908. For additional assistance, please call the Monroe County helpline at 833-540-2081 or Regional helpline at 833-540-2046.
Many Additional Features from Monroe County can Always Be Found on their Website and Facebook Pages. Marathon Public Library Below
BERNSTEIN PARK VACCINATIONS
UP NEXT OUR WEEKLY FEATURE FROM BILL AND LINDA KLIPP "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND THE KEYS" BUT FIRST PART 2 FROM WWW.UPBEATNEWS.COM "BIG TIME CELEBRITIES THAT DON'T GET HIRED ANYMORE"
Cee-Lo Green became an extremely popular name after his pop hit “F*** You" flooded radio stations. He had previously gained fame under the moniker Gnarles Barkley (alongside producer Danger Mouse) but decided to drop the act. He got really popular and stayed relevant, even landing a seat as a judge on The Voice. He seemed like a nice guy yet a little stern at times, but that was far from the truth. Cee-Lo ended up sending out a homophobic Tweet in 2011 to a record producer who critiqued a song of his. He lost his seat on The Voice and eventually ran into some trouble with the law. He's taken a back seat in the music world but is still trying his best to become relevant once again.
The most tragic "blacklist" is when an actor no longer has the star quality they used to have. This is currently what's happening with Elisha Cuthbert, who is famous for her roles in 24, House of Wax, and Girl Next Door. Her role as Kim Bauer on 24 was ranked first in Entertainment Weekley's poll titled '20 Most Annoying Characters Ever.' Her last movie role was in 2017. She played Mary in Goon: Last of the Enforcers. Her only role right now is in Netflix's Ranch. Her only role in 2020 was on Canada's Drag Race.
Kirk Cameron successfully finished up his role on Growing Pains and garnered thousands of fans. It didn't take long for him to decide to become a mouthpiece for American Christians. Sadly, he chose a more volatile path than most would have and used his platform to voice hateful militant opinions under the guise of Christianity. Cameron never failed to tell any media outlet that interviewed him of his disdain for "sinners," which always included homosexuals and women. Naturally, Cameron hasn't found a job in Hollywood and will most likely stay on the blacklist.
No one will forget Roseanne Barr's fall from grace. She had an extremely popular show that was a revamp of the original show that got her popular. The public loved it, but Roseanne had to go and ruin it by tweeting out racist things about Barrack Obama's former Senior Advisor. To make it worse, she fought people on whether or not she was acting racist and then continued to say more racist things. ABC swiftly canceled her season and revamped the show without her. She's been blacklisted ever since
This Issue April 5 , 2021 will have 3 more Celebs Up Shortly and then Part 3 will be in the April 12th Issue . WWW.UPBEATNEWS.COM "BIG TIME CELEBRITIES THAT DON'T GET HIRED ANYMORE"
NOW PART 1 OF 2 IN THIS ISSUE FROM BILL AND LINDA KLIPP "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND THE KEYS"
Photographic Wanderings – International Color Awards
Winners for the 14th Annual International Color Awards were announced at a prestigious online Winners & Nominee Photoshow streamed live last Saturday. My “Great Blue Heron Sunset” image was honored with a 3rd Place Honor of Distinction Award in the Wildlife Category. In addition my Leaping Polar Bear image was nominated to the finals although it did not win.
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 / Mayoral Meetings and Monroe County Meetings. He is one of the LEADING Voices of Reason. Thank You. Please GO TO HIS FACEBOOK PAGE TO SEE HIS LATEST VIDEOS FOR UPDATED COVID-19 INFORMATION
Dr. John "Jack" Norris Receives an Honor from The Conch Nation
Dr. Norris Receiving an Honor during the Conch Republic Nation's Annual Independence Celebration at Mallory Square
WE CONTINUE WITH THE WWW.TSKW.ORG NATIONAL CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED "BETWEEN TWO PLAMS" THE THREE CALL IN GUESTS ARE ERVIN TUMM, KAI SIMICIL SWANTON and good friend of Murphy and Jonathan and has Performed with Jonathan Many Times : MARY TESTA
WE START WITH THE SECTION 2's OF 2 IN THIS ISSUE : First "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS"
A Few Weeks Ago in the March 22nd. Issue we Featured the Kogelberg Mountains from Kogel Bay, South Africa. Click the March 22 Issue to see those Photos : https://conta.cc/3r8NIpw
Last Week the March 29 Issue had The Phliip Island in Austrailia : Their Famous Penquins and Surfing ; go to the March 29 Link to see Pics https://conta.cc/31qs1qM
Osorno Volcano rising above Llanquihue Lake in southern Chile
At roughly 330 square miles, Llanquihue is Chile’s second-largest lake, and its wide expanse is an appropriate match for what rises majestically above its shores. Osorno Volcano is one of the titans of the Chilean Andes, and a true icon of its country. This active volcano is frequently compared to Japan’s Mount Fuji due to its similar conical shape and snow cap. Unlike Fuji, however, Osorno retains its dusting of white year-round. Although it tops out at ‘only’ about 8,700 feet high in elevation—in contrast to Fuji’s more than 12,000 feet—Osorno’s peak is draped in glaciers, and catches the abundant moisture funneled into this coastal region by maritime rainfall patterns.
Osorno Volcano is a 2,652-metre tall conical stratovolcano lying between Osorno Province and Llanquihue Province, in Los Lagos Region of Chile. It stands on the southeastern shore of Llanquihue Lake, and also towers over Todos los Santos Lake. Osorno is considered a symbol of the local landscape, and is noted for its similar appearance to Mount Fuji.
THE APRIL 12 ISSUE WILL HAVE PART 2 OFOsorno Volcano rising above Llanquihue Lake in southern Chile
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