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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS MAY 17, 2021

THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
MAY 17th. 2021
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) South Island New Zealand + Also Above : One of our Favorite Musicians Kim Jade Frye, Next Above Representating an Extensive Larger Lead Feature Pt. 1"Funny Stuff" & Lastly Above : Salt Island Provisions Gallery Presents "ARBOREAL MUSINGS" by ALISA MEALOR and Her Woodcut RELIEF Paintings; Above "GREEN GODDESS"


BELOW WE CONTINUE WITH OUR LEAD TEASE PHOTOS THAT REPRESENT JUST A FEW OF THE FEATURES IN THIS MAY 17TH. ISSUE ; Starting with MOTE Marine Releasing 7 Sea Turtles
Karen Wray's Latest Exhibition on Stock Island at Her Collections Gallery Featuring the Brillaint Woodworking Art and Large Furniture from Jimmy Wray
LETTY NOWAK'S JAG GALLERY'S LATEST EXHIBITION FEATURING AD TINKHAM and SHARON McCAULEY
Below : DARK COVE BY AD TINKHAM 22 X 30 Oil on Canvass. Below : RACE POINT COAST GUARD STATION by SHARON McGAULEY 9.5 X 11.5 Oil on Board
Part 2 of 3 Issues : The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory.
PART 5 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
The TDC (Tourist Development Council) has out Their May 2021 KEYS TRAVELER On-Line Magazine. As Usual we have the Link below in their Weekly Section from their website WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM Below : One of their Lead Features "Wander The Keys Wide Open Spaces"
The Key West Art & Historical Society WWW.KWAHS.ORG Opened a New Exhibition at The Custom House "ITINERANT PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE 1910s / "Under Construction : Glass Plate Negatives of A.V. Rabenau". More Info Below
Latest Exhibition from Gallery on Greene and Nance Frank: PETER VEY. The Mike Rooney, Mario Sanchez, Priscilla Coote, WB Thompson, Jay Gogin and Mike Marrero Exhibitions are still up as well. 100 of her Year Round Artisans hang Year Round.
ZAZOO FINE ART & MEMORABILIA ON DUVAL JUST PURCHASED A NEW MARILYN MONROE ITEM FOR YOU TO HAVE. SEE JASON AND JAMES
One of the Many perks of being a Member of the Key West Business Guild is for just $25 they send out member's Advertisements to their Database. They also have each week E-Mails that they send out on Every Wednesday and Friday ; these E-mails will contain at NO CHARGE members Advertisements. More Information Below in their Weekly Section. These Two Below were sent out this week. Next Mixer and Luncheon Involve PRIDE KICK OFF; June 2 Noon at Marriott Beachside and Mixer at The Island House also June 2 ( The Only day of the Year that they Allow Women IN)

PART 2 of 2 "THE UNIVERSE IN PHOTOGRAPHS" Below SUN
Our Weekly Photographic Feature from ROBERTA DePIERO : This Week ; We Continue with some very Creative Mailboxes Around Key West and Stock Island
The City of Key West : Just a few of the Extensive and so helpful Weekly Features that Alyson Crean and the City of Key West sends us every week. Chief Brandenburg has Lunch with a Student, Turtles Nesting & Bradley Lariz is Promoted to Lieutenant. The Student has the Red Shorts. PLUS What is a "Cutaway' Vechicle? The City of KW Now Have them : Find Out in this May 17th. Issue
Our Weekly Photographic Feature from BILL AND LINDA KLIPP : at LOST BOY CREATIONS on SOUTHARD STREET : Chicago Mike Beck & Friends Jammin
The Next Two "BETWEEN TWO PALMS" from The Studios of Key West are Wed. May 19 6pm ALYSSA MILANO & May 26 6pm RICHARD KIND. Also in this Issue the WWW.TSKW.ORG Extensive Weekly Feature giving Lots of Links to the May Exhibitions- ALL the Classes and Events - The July "BETWEEN TWO PALMS" Schedule-Special Events & Much More. Keep up the Great Work Studios of Key West
WWW.TSKW.ORG "MANGO MADNESS" + CALL FOR ARTISTS FOR THE 2021 SUMMER MEMBERS EXHIBITION (Details Below in this May 17th Issue)
FINAL CALL
DR. JOHN "JACK" NORRIS & HIS DAILY VIDEOS ; HELPING US UNDERSTAND THIS COVID-19 CRISIS
A Feature from David A. Bader ; One of the Artisans of THE ART GUILD OF THE PURPLE ISLES (UPPER KEYS). We will Feature 10 of His Paintings. DBG@DBGRAPHICS.BIZ . THE ART GUILD OF THE PURPLE ISLES : WWW.AGPI.US
Below : "Evaporating Offering & The Monkey God" 24 X 24 Oil on Canvass. David Receiving an Award at the ART GUILD OF THE PURPLE ISLES Yearly Member Exhibition and Sale
OUR WEEKLY WWW.ABSOLUTELYAMAZINGEBOOKS.COM Feature
OUR WEEKLY MONROE COUNTY SECTIONS From Monroe County : A New Ordinance : "Encouraging Vaccinations & Personal Choice on Facial Coverings" Plus We Re-Visit "County Matters": NACo "I Love My County Because" Student Art Contest , The Monroe Co. Library System, Resident Re-Entry Auto Stickers for Emergency Exit Returns & Updated Important Material Covering Covid-19 Shots. BELOW : From the "COUNTIES MATTER" Event
CFFK TURNED 25 : Major Gala Dec. 2 + starting now until Dec 2 Matching Donations are DOUBLED. More Info in this May 17th. Issue
ENCORE : THE MELINDA K HALL EXHIBITION AT HELEN & BEN'S : HARRISON GALLERY . "THE STOWAWAY" 11 x 13 then "PREFERRED TRANSPORTATION" 11 x 13

REEF RELIEF has their Annual Summer Coral Camp , Camp Sponsorship, & Their Annual Key Largo to KW Challenge
FKSPCA LATEST BATCH OF ADOPTIONS. Of course go to their Website and Facebook site as well as in Person to see what Adorable Friends you can Make. (L) Lola and (R) Glue
The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is Giving Complimentary Admission ALL Summer to Military Families.
A few New Press Releases from Amber at The College of the Florida Keys. PLUS : The College of the Florida Keys is proud to introduce its new mascot, the Tugas, an abbreviation of “Tortugas,” the Spanish word for turtle. The fictional sea turtle sports CFK's colors: an ocean blue body with lateral lightning bolts and a sunset orange shell.
Kate Miano's The Gardens Resort :Season Finale Sunday "Jazz in the Gardens" 5/23 : Jody Rae and Friends + Complete "CABARET" Schedule for the Summer + Kate & Jim's Special Events
Hello Everyone ; Back from a 2 Week Winter / Fall Hiatus. Much Accomplished. Our Last Issue was 2 weeks ago. (April 26, 2021 Here is the Link https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9 ) The Last 5 or so Issues Have been Edited Down due to Space and Time Constraints. The Last Full Issue was March 15 and Contained Our Weekly "CRISIS (Pandemic) INFORMATION CENTER" and "Important Contact Listings and Websites". They still can be found in THIS ISSUE with the Organizations and Health Officials Updating every week by simply clicking the URL Link to the March 15, 2021 Issue Below + Our Weekly Features that are Missing (Ex : Many additional Art Galleries & Local Organizations) also go to Our Last Full Issue March 15 Link (Below) Thanks for Reading and Have an Outstanding Week. Ed https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx

Plus a few More 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 & Mixers. Once again go to the March 15th Issue Link https://conta.cc/2OQTFKx for the Crisis Info. Center Section for a Wealth of Covid-19 Material-Contact #s-Links, Our Listing of Important Keys People + You'll find a Listing of Hundreds of Websites we used in the Past 9 Years; PLUS a Link to 60 Art Gallery Websites.
C.(Christina) J. SLONE
One of the Genuine - Sincere - & Oh So Happy Citizens. Your "Old Soul" will make your Next Transition Easy (Perhaps you will Fly Over to West Martello Gardens and Hang with the Colorful Residents of the Butterfly Garden and Watch the Sunrise with some new Friends. Would be nice to think that your Transitions for a Few Times will be West Martello. Thanks for ALWAYS Making Us Smile.

BUTTERFLIES, LITTLE BIRDS, TWO BIG FLAMINGOES CALLED "BRETT & SCARLETT", TURTLES : UP IN 6 FEATURES. Up in 1 Feature is Part 1 "Very Funny" Photos BUT FIRST Part 2 of 2 ; Our Weekly Feature "Around the World in Photographs" This week Two Features "South Island New Zealand" and "Around the Universe".
PART 2 : In This May 17th. Feature is Called "AROUND THE UNIVERSE IN PHOTOGRAPHS"
Sun
Star
The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. It is a nearly perfect sphere of hot plasma, heated to incandescence by nuclear fusion reactions in its core, radiating the energy mainly as visible light and infrared radiation. It is by far the most important source of energy for life on Earth. Its diameter is about 1.39 million kilometres, or 109 times that of Earth. Its mass is about 330,000 times that of Earth, and accounts for about 99.86% of the total mass of the Solar System. Roughly three quarters of the Sun's mass consists of hydrogen; the rest is mostly helium, with much smaller quantities of heavier elements, including oxygen, carbon, neon, and iron.
Uranus
Planet
Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. Its name is a reference to the Greek god of the sky, Uranus, who, according to Greek mythology, was the grandfather of Zeus and father of Cronus. It has the third-largest planetary radius and fourth-largest planetary mass in the Solar System. Uranus is similar in composition to Neptune, and both have bulk chemical compositions which differ from that of the larger gas giants Jupiter and Saturn. For this reason, scientists often classify Uranus and Neptune as "ice giants" to distinguish them from the other gas giants. Uranus's atmosphere is similar to Jupiter's and Saturn's in its primary composition of hydrogen and helium, but it contains more "ices" such as water, ammonia, and methane, along with traces of other hydrocarbons. It has the coldest planetary atmosphere in the Solar System, with a minimum temperature of 49 K, and has a complex, layered cloud structure with water thought to make up the lowest clouds and methane the uppermost layer of clouds. The interior of Uranus is mainly composed of ices and rock.
Neptune
Planet
Neptune is the eighth and farthest known planet from the Sun in the Solar System. In the Solar System, it is the fourth-largest planet by diameter, the third-most-massive planet, and the densest giant planet. Neptune is 17 times the mass of Earth, slightly more massive than its near-twin Uranus. Neptune is denser and physically smaller than Uranus because its greater mass causes more gravitational compression of its atmosphere. Neptune orbits the Sun once every 164.8 years at an average distance of 30.1 au. It is named after the Roman god of the sea and has the astronomical symbol ♆, a stylised version of the god Neptune's trident.
Moon
Natural Satellite
The Moon is Earth's only proper natural satellite. At one-quarter the diameter of Earth, it is the largest natural satellite in the Solar System relative to the size of its planet, and the fifth largest satellite in the Solar System overall. Orbiting Earth at an average lunar distance of 384,400 km, or about 30 times Earth's diameter, its gravitational influence is the main driver of Earth's tides and slightly lengthens Earth's day. The Moon is classified as a planetary-mass object and a differentiated rocky body, and lacks any significant atmosphere, hydrosphere, or magnetic field. Its surface gravity is about one-sixth of Earth's; Jupiter's moon Io is the only satellite in the Solar System known to have a higher surface gravity and density.
Pluto
Planet
Pluto is a dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune. It was the first and the largest Kuiper belt object to be discovered. After Pluto was discovered in 1930, it was declared to be the ninth planet from the Sun. Beginning in the 1990s, its status as a planet was questioned following the discovery of several objects of similar size in the Kuiper belt, including the dwarf planet Eris. This led the International Astronomical Union in 2006 to formally define the term "planet" — excluding Pluto and reclassifying it as a dwarf planet.
Up Shortly in this Issue : CERES, TITAN, ERIS, ASTEROID BELT, & EUROPA. The April 26th Issue Had MARS, VENUS, MERCURY, JUPITER, SATURN. Click LINK for the Entire April 26 Issue https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9
We start a New Photograohic Feature "FUNNY STUFF" ; Using Materials that my Good Friend Bob has been sending me for Many Years.

Every Year This Mama Duck Brings Her Babies To My House And I Help Her Take Care Of Them This Morning I Opened My Door To 13 New Peeping Fluff Balls
A Beautiful Hummingbird's Nest With A Leaf Roof
Nice Old Next Door Lady Left This Note At My Parents Front Door
MORE FUN / FUNNY PHOTOGRAPHS AND VERBIAGE UP SHORTLY
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Up next the Latest Exhibition from Letty Nowak's Jag Gallery Featuring AD Tinkham & Sharon McGauley but First some Great News from MOTE Marine
Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium releases seven rehabilitated sea turtles
 
Seven green sea turtles are returned to the Atlantic Ocean after care at Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital

Sarasota, Fla.— Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium said a fond farewell to seven juvenile green sea turtles today as they were released in Ormond Beach. 

The seven turtles came to Mote's care after stranding on the east coast of Florida due to cold stress. Cold stress can be potentially fatal as the turtle's body functions slow down, leaving it susceptible to predators and boat strikes, allowing for algae to grow on their backs, and more.

Due to a lack of space at east coast rehabilitation facilities, these turtles came to Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital in early March. A total of 15 sea turtles were transferred on March 9. In extremely critical condition upon arrival, these turtles were almost completely covered in epibiota such as barnacles and algae. 

After being cleared for release, the seven turtles were given a last physical check and implanted with a PIT tag (passive integrated transponder). These small microchips function much like a pet microchip does, so the animals will be able to identified if they strand again. 

The nicknames of the turtles released today were: Apo, Andros, Hana, Osprey, Pulley, Rowley, and Sombrero. Read more about each patient, and the other's remaining in Mote's care, at mote.org/hospital

Late 2020, Mote also received over 20 Kemp's ridley sea turtles as part of a cold stun event in Cape Cod. Read more about the release of nine of them here

Support Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital at mote.org/donate

Activities conducted under FWC Marine Turtle Permit MTP-20-126. 

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Media Contact:
Stephannie Kettle
Public Relations Manager
  • 941-302-4997


WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty's New Gallery "JAG" 1075 Duval Square Suite C-23 (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.


ALL 6 PAINTINGS ARE OIL ON CANVASS
1) RUNNING HOME 32 X 42
2) ROAD TO THE BAY 32 X 42
3) ROUGH DAY 16 X 20
4) BREAKING WAVES 50 X 32
5) IRMA VS THE BAY TOWER 19 X 25.5
6) THE LAST LIGHTHOUSE 12 X 24
MORE AD TINKHAM UP SHORTLY ; AND FOLLOWING "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS" IS THE OTHER ARTIST THAT IS IN THE NEW EXHIBITION AT JAG GALLERY : SHARON McGAULEY
One of Our Recurring Weekly Photographic Features "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS" This Week Featuring South Island , New Zealand

South Island, New Zealand
Island
The South Island, also officially named Te Waipounamu, is the larger of the two major islands of New Zealand in surface area, the other being the smaller but more populous North Island. It is bordered to the north by Cook Strait, to the west by the Tasman Sea, and to the south and east by the Pacific Ocean. The South Island covers 150,437 square kilometres, making it the world's 12th-largest island. At low altitude, it has an oceanic climate.

We Continue with Part 2 "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AROUND THE WORLD " with "South Island New Zealand"; In the May 24th. Issue

The April 26th. Issue had "AROUND THE WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS : CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA". Hit this April 26 Issue Link to see about 16 additional Photos : https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9
WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty's New Gallery "JAG" 1075 Duval Square Suite C-23 (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.


WE NOW CONTINUE WITH THE NEW EXHIBITION AT JAG GALLERY FEATURING AD TINKHAM and SHARON McGAULEY. Here are 6 Paintings from Sharon McGauley

1) don't know the name
2) CONCH HOUSE 14 x 14 Oil on Linen
3) TRIO 14 X 8 Oil on Linen
4) SOMBRERO 8 x 8 Mixed Media on Linen
5) SWIM CLUB 16 X 26 Oil on Board
6) SAFE 12 X 12 Oil on Canvass
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Your Community Foundation hit a major milestone (May 1) when we commemorated 25 years of connecting people, resources and needs through philanthropy throughout the Keys.

'Major Match' Doubles Your Donation;
Mark Your Calendar for Our Gala on Dec. 2nd
As part of our silver jubilee this year, all donors who support the Community Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Fund will have an extraordinary opportunity to double the impact of their contributions to help the Keys’ future. A significant legacy gift from the late Dr. Patricia Major is launching the ‘Major Match’ Campaign to match all gifts to the permanent fund dollar-for-dollar, up to $500,000.

We'll also host a spectacular in-person Silver Anniversary Gala on December 2, 2021, at the Key West Marriott Beachside. Get ready to dance the night away with the Prime Movers! The only way to get tickets to the gala right now is to make a donation to the 25th Anniversary campaign. Find out more here

The generous bequest from Dr. Patricia Major, a physician who lived and worked in Key West for more than 40 years until she passed away in late 2018, will multiply all donations to the 25th Anniversary Fund and ensure the future viability and stability of philanthropy in the Keys. CLICK 25 YEAR VIDEO for Below Video

Due to the Extensive Length of Material that Greg Charleston ( Comminications Mgr.) sent us; I will have the rest of the Material on their 25th Year at the Very End of this Issue
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FINAL CALL

CALL TO ARTISTS
MANGO MADNESS
SUMMER MEMBERS' SHOW
ON VIEW JUN 3 - JUL 15, 2021
Sanger, XOJ, Zabar Project and Zabar Lobby Galleries

Artwork drop off BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:  MAY 20-22 & 25, 12-4PM.


CALL TO ARTISTS
2021 MANGO MADNESS
SUMMER MEMBERS' SHOW
ON VIEW JUNE 3 - JULY 15, 2021
Sanger, XOJ, Zabar Project and Zabar Lobby Galleries

Artwork drop off BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:  MAY 20-22, 12-4PM.The mango is not only a fruit best savored under a tropical sun—it’s also a metaphor for the annual bounty of our island, meant to be shared with friends and neighbors. As such it’s the perfect symbol for our summer members’ exhibition, where everyone in our artistic family is invited to submit work. The results never fail to nourish the soul.

Please note, we will not be accepting any paperwork, fees, or membership payments at drop off. For this reason, your membership must be current and you must pay your exhibit fee online to participate. Click on the checklist below to find out how.


The Last few Issues we have been Featuring a Group of Upper Keys Artists " THE ART GUILD OF THE PURPLE ISLES" WWW.AGPI.US . Each year the Art Guild of the Purple Isles, a group of over 100 Upper Keys artists, puts together a number of exhibitions which are displayed at galleries in the Upper Keys. Our highlighted yearly Exhibition is our Annual Judged Members Show. However, due to the pandemic, this year we opted to produce in its place a non-judged Virtual Show with fewer entries. For additional Information go to WWW.AGPI.US Go to the Last Two Issues ; to see some of The Paintings : April 26 : https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9

AS PROMISHED ; We will now start to Feature over the Next Year ; their Individual Artists ; Starting with the Very Talented and Unique Works of David A. Bader

David or Pamela Bader

HERE ARE THE FIRST 5 PAINTINGS WITH 5 MORE TO FOLLOW IN THIS MAY 17TH. ISSUE

1.   Lady Starr 20” x 24” oil on canvas. $399

2.   Lorelei 50” x 50” oil on canvas in white floater frame with metal plaque. $2,000

3.  Deep Dive 12” x 18” oil on canvas. $399

4.   Flying Boats 30” x 40” oil on gallery-wrapped canvas. $399

5.   Oculus Ibi 8” x 8” oil on gallery-wrapped canvas. SOLD
More from David A Bader in this May 17th. Issue WWW.DBGRAPHICS.BIZ and The Art Guild of the Purple Isles (Upper Keys) WWW.AGPI.US
plus we'll Feature 2 more of their Artists the next two Issue. May 24 Pat Collins and May 31 Jeannine Berscheid
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Emerging
Mark and I got our second shot of the Pfizer vaccine last week, and we are already thinking about where to go to dinner to celebrate when we emerge from our pandemic shell next week. It feels appropriate to emerge now in the spring as everything seems to be reawakening. We hope that all of you are starting to feel that spring is in the air. 
Recently Mark has been busy on dinnerware projects and I have been busy on a book project with some of my former business colleagues. Now that it is time to emerge, we have been thinking about getting people back into the gallery when they comfortable doing so. We’ve missed seeing many of you this past year, especially on our second anniversary of opening the gallery. 
One thing we’d like to do is revitalize Walk on White, traditionally held on the third Thursday of every month, but suspended during the pandemic. We talked to a few other participating entities and sent out a survey earlier this month. Many of you responded and gave us fantastic feedback, for which we are very grateful.
The survey results suggest that about 50% of you would feel comfortable to attend Walk on White starting this summer, and an additional 35% would feel comfortable starting this fall. There were also lots of great suggestions dealing with COVID-19 safety precautions, additional participants, wine & food, demos & displays, music, and advertising. We’ll take all of this into account as we work with the participating entities to renew Walk on White.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone again soon!
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WE NOW START PART 5 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
Ford Model T
The Model T was the first mass-produced vehicle in the U.S. It was also the first vehicle most people could afford, but there's a reason it stopped being produced in 1927. The romance surrounding this vehicle overshadows it's terrible performance on the road. There was no windshield and the engine wasn't very good. The brakes also didn't work very well, which made this an extremely dangerous car. When you compare it to all the other cars that rolled out of factories in later decades, it's a pretty terrible car.
Lotus Elite
Lotus is a British car company that's mostly known for racing cars and sports cars, so when they ventured into making cars for everyday consumers the company had a terrible time making it affordable for customers. Even though it was the most expensive four-cylinder on the market, the company reportedly lost a hundred pounds per model by slashing the price. That's over $2,000 in today's money, adjusted for inflation! Performance-wise, this was a sports car, so it's no wonder they only built just over a thousand of these from 1958 to 1963.
Space Shuttle Convertible
There could only be one Space Shuttle Convertible, as it's truly unique. Built by Norwegian Almar Nordhaug in the Faroe Islands in the 1950s, his work colleagues at the local barrel factory helped him out. It was the first car in the Faroe Islands to have a cassette player and four loudspeakers. It's passed owners several times and gained notoriety for its bizarre design. In 2011, for example, the Faroe Islands put a picture of it on a stamp. The current owner reportedly has plans of restoring it, but we'll have to wait.
Triumph Stag
Triumph Stag was like other British cars of the '70s in that it's sleek design didn't save bad engineering. It was fine to drive when it worked, but it could be absolutely dangerous. The 3.0-liter V8 engine in the Stag was another engine that would explode from overheating. To fix this, a cooling system was installed that would boil over itself if the temperature got too hot. It's no wonder the parent company, British Leyland, was partially nationalized to prevent its collapse.
Scripps-Booth Bi-Autogo
Sure, it might have been Detroit's first V8 engine, but the handling of ridiculous steering on the Bi-Autogo ensured only one of these cars was ever built. The engine itself only produced about 45 horsepower, which did little to propel the three-seater forward that happened to weigh 3,200 pounds. It was carried on two wooden-spoked wheels (the standard from the era) in addition to two pairs of outrigger wheels that retracted. Designed by James Scripps Booth, the one unit that exists is in the care of the Detroit Historical Society.
WE CONTINUE WITH PART 5 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Up Shortly in this Issue . Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020

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WE NOW FINISH PART 2 OF 2 "AROUND THE UNIVERSE IN PHOTOGRAPHS".. To see Part 1 Go to the April 26 Issue https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9
Ceres
Dwarf Planet
Ceres is the smallest recognized dwarf planet, the closest dwarf planet to the Sun, and the largest object in the main asteroid belt that lies between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. With a diameter of 940 km, Ceres is both the largest of the asteroids and the only recognized dwarf planet inside Neptune's orbit. It is the 33rd-largest body in the Solar System.
 

Titan
Moon
Titan is the largest moon of Saturn and the second-largest natural satellite in the Solar System. It is the only moon known to have a dense atmosphere. Titan is the sixth gravitationally rounded moon from Saturn. Frequently described as a planet-like moon, Titan is 50% larger than Earth's moon and 80% more massive. It is the second-largest moon in the Solar System after Jupiter's moon Ganymede, and is larger than the planet Mercury, but only 40% as massive. Discovered in 1655 by the Dutch astronomer Christiaan Huygens, Titan was the first known moon of Saturn, and the sixth known planetary satellite. Titan orbits Saturn at 20 Saturn radii. From Titan's surface, Saturn subtends an arc of 5.09 degrees and would appear 11.4 times larger in the sky than the Moon from Earth.
 
Eris
Dwarf Planet
Eris is the most massive and second-largest known dwarf planet in the Solar System. Eris is a trans-Neptunian object, has a high-eccentricity orbit, and is a member of the scattered disk. Eris was discovered in January 2005 by a Palomar Observatory-based team led by Mike Brown, and its discovery was verified later that year. In September 2006 it was named after the Greco-Roman goddess of strife and discord. Eris is the ninth-most massive known object orbiting the Sun, and the sixteenth-most massive overall in the Solar System. It is also the largest object that has not been visited by a spacecraft. Eris has been measured at 2,326 ± 12 kilometers in diameter. Its mass is 0.27 percent that of the Earth and 127 percent that of dwarf planet Pluto, though Pluto is slightly larger by volume. As Eris orbits the Sun, it completes one rotation every 25.9 hours, making its day length similar to Earth's. However, other sources disagree on the rotation period.
Asteroid Belt

The asteroid belt is a torus-shaped region in the Solar System, located roughly between the orbits of the planets Jupiter and Mars, that is occupied by a great many solid, irregularly shaped bodies, of many sizes but much smaller than planets, called asteroids or minor planets. This asteroid belt is also called the main asteroid belt or main belt to distinguish it from other asteroid populations in the Solar System such as near-Earth asteroids and trojan asteroids.
Europa
Moon
Europa, or Jupiter II, is the smallest of the four Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter, and the sixth-closest to the planet of all the 79 known moons of Jupiter. It is also the sixth-largest moon in the Solar System. Europa was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei and was named after Europa, the Phoenician mother of King Minos of Crete and lover of Zeus.
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 ,
WWW.KEYSWEEKLY.COM , WWW.MILEZEROKEYWEST.COM , WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM WWW.ABSOLUTELYAMAZINGEBOOKS.COM & Just a Few of the Brilliant Writers / Editors Include : Mandy Miles, Jason, Britt , Guy, Gwyn, Sara, Naja, Arnaud, Jim McCarthy, Hays Blinckman.
KIM JADE FRY ; I Love Listening to her whether it's Solo or with a Band....She may stil be at Virgilios Friday and Saturday. https://www.facebook.com/kim.j.fry.9
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WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM 305-296-2988 1316 Duval St.
Info@Keywestbutterfly.com
https://www.facebook.com/TheKeyWestButterflyAndNatureConservatory

We Now Continue with Part 2 of 3 . Part 1 was in the April 26 Issue
and you Must Check out their 24/7 Webcam; An Amazing Experience..Of course ; going in person is like I Imagine what the Garden of Eden would be Like .

 Feel your stress fade away as you enter our magical world of butterflies. Relax and be amazed as you stroll through our tropical paradise. Walk through a magical and inviting environment filled with hundreds of the most beautiful winged creatures in nature. During your breathtaking journey you will experience an impressive collection of flowering plants, colorful birds, cascading waterfalls and trees that set the stage for the "flowers of the sky." Witness a variety of some 50 to 60 butterfly species from around the world, along with over 20 exotic bird species, all under a climate- controlled, glass enclosed habitat.
     In The Learning Center, explore the butterfly anatomy, physiology, life cycle, feeding and migratory world of the Monarch. Also get a rare close up view of a variety of live caterpillars feeding and developing on their host plants. Browse through our unique Gift Shop offering a wide assortment of butterfly and nature related items. Wings of Imagination, the Butterfly Gallery, offers original art work by artist Sam Trophia. The acrylic shadow boxes depict the butterfly's beauty preserved and suspended in art form in a spectrum of colors, shapes and sizes - your perfect piece of art from your vacation in Key West!
Walk Among Hundreds of Living Butterflies and Colorful Birds!
Hit Link to the Right : View Our Live WebCam!
MORE FROM THE KEY WEST BUTTERFLY AND NATURE CONSERVATORY UP SHORTLY. Part 1 was in the Last Issue ; with lots of Photos. Click this URL Link for the April 26th Issue
https://conta.cc/2S1DNX9. Due to traveling and other Pressing Matters we did something that We Only did less then a Handful in the Last 9 years ( We skipped a few Weeks). Of Course after finishing reading this May 17 Issue; go to their Facebook Page for a few Hundred Photos from the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, Go to their Live Webcam & Visit in Person
We Continue with Part 1 of a Few Parts / Weeks : FUNNY STUFF


This Little Dude And I Have Had Breakfast/Lunch Together Everyday For The Last 4 Weeks. I Always Bring Him Something To Eat And He Just Sits
Next To Me For My Entire Break At Work
Quokkas Are The Face Of Happiness
Cheeeese!
Winter, when the trees are bear

Here’s Looking at You
Here’s My Favorite Picture Of Me With A Snuggly Capybara 
The May 24th and May 31st. will have Parts 2 and 3 of "FUNNY STUFF"
Registration now open for CFK Summer Adventure Camps 

Media Contact: Amber Ernst-Leonard, CFK Executive Director of Marketing & Public Relations
305-809-3531 | amber.ernstleonard@cfk.edu  

Registration is open for The College of the Florida Keys’ Summer Adventure Camps. Designed for seven- to 11-year-old children, the one-week sessions provide opportunities to learn, create, and have fun. CFK Summer Adventure Camps run Mondays through Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a 45-minute lunch break. Camps will begin June 7 and run each week through July 30. Interested parents can learn more by visiting the College’s website at cfk.edu/summer-camps or by emailing summercamp@cfk.edu. 
 
CFK 2021 Summer Adventure Camps: 
 
Art Camp - Discover your artistic capabilities while creating paintings, stories, and sculptures! 
  • June 7 - 11, June 21 - June 25, & July 26 - 30 
  • $175 

 Code Breakers I - Discover the basics of computer programming, coding, and design using a Raspberry Pi. 
  • June 14 - 18 & July 12 - 16 
  • $225 
 
Code Breakers II - Discover advanced computer programming, coding, and design using a Raspberry Pi2. Campers must have completed Code Breakers I prior to enrollment. 
  • June 28 - July 2 & July 19 - 23 
  • $225 

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College to hold virtual info session on Construction Apprenticeships 

The College of the Florida Keys (CFK) invites prospective students to learn about its Apprenticeships in Construction Technologies at a virtual information session on Wednesday, May 26 at 5:30 p.m. CFK is offering programs throughout the Keys this upcoming fall semester, which begins August 19. Electrical and Carpentry will be offered in Key West, Plumbing and Carpentry will be offered in the middle Keys, and Electrical and HVAC will be offered in the upper Keys. 
 
The virtual information session will help prospective students learn about the trade professions, career outlooks, and CFK’s tuition-free “earn while you learn” programs. Attendees will receive a code to waive the $30 application fee. Registration for the event is required. Visit the College’s website at CFK.edu/apprentice to learn more and to register. For more information or to schedule a personal information session, contact Marissa Owens, CFK Director of Recruitment, at recruiter@cfk.edu or call 305-809-3207. 
  
About CFK’s Apprenticeships in Construction Technologies: 
CFK’s Apprenticeships in Construction Technologies offer opportunities to help individuals train and advance in high-wage, high-demand construction careers throughout the Florida Keys. In collaboration with local construction businesses, CFK’s apprenticeship programs provide education and training in all aspects of the respective trades—from conceptual to practical skills. Through its “learn while you earn” model, students are employed full-time with a sponsoring employer that is partnered with CFK. They attend classes, which are tuition-free, while developing their skills through on-the-job training with their sponsor. As apprentice students advance through the program, their progress is rewarded with periodic wage increases. Upon successful program completion, an apprentice will be considered a “journey worker” and will receive a four-level certification by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) as well as a nationally recognized Completion of Apprenticeship certificate by the State of Florida.
BELOW :  CFK electrical apprentice Donald Chavez Moreno checks an electrical panel with guidance from Ron Leonard, CFK instructor and Check Electric supervisor.  

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PART 2
The Very Talented and Unique Works of David A. Bader

David or Pamela Bader

HERE ARE 5 MORE PAINTINGS FROM DAVID A BADER. One of the 100+ Upper Keys Artisans that belong to
THE ART GUILD OF THE PURPLE ISLES WWW.AGPI.US


6.   Respicere Post Tergum 8” x 20” oil on canvas. $399

7.   Pectit Sub Sole 18” x 24” oil on gallery-wrapped canvas. $199

8.   Flying Monkey 20” x 16” oil on canvas. $399

9. Evaporating Offering of the Monkey God 24” x 24” oil on canvas. $310

10. Sea Horse Grandeur 8” x 20” acrylic on canvas. $150
 
One of my Favorite Paintings and Featured Last Week as Part of the Group Exhibition "Per Amore Di Myrna by David A. Bader,15” x 30”, Oil on Canvas"
THE NEXT ISSUE ( MAY 24) WILL HAVE A FEATURE FROM ANOTHER PURPLE ISLE ARTIST : PAT COLLINS; Here is a Tease Photo of her Painting "ISLAND SAIL". Then in the May 31st. Issue they Feature Jeannine Berscheid

New Exhibition at the KWAHS (Custom House) & Gallery on Greene But First Lothar Speer Tells Us

Lothar Speer, MFA, instructor at The Studios of Key West and the Key West Art Center, is offering ongoing online ZOOM art instruction for all levels conveying the classical drawing and painting methods, along art historical presentations on technique and famous artist’s lives, and all with plenty of humor, passion and a modern twist.

Lothar studied in Vienna’s National Academy of Fine Art where he received a national award for figure drawing and received his BFA from Chicago’s Loyola University and MFA from Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. His work was shown in galleries and museums here and abroad. For further info please contact him at his cell at (312) 282-316.




Here is a 3 Painting Tease from Nancy Frank's Latest Exhibition Featuring PETER VEY; UP SHORTLY 8 additional Paintings ; better yet go to 606 Greene Street and stop in to say Hi to Nance and at Gallery on Greene
WWW.KWAHS.ORG 281 Front St. 305-295-6616
The Custom House, LightHouse Keepers Quarters (on Whitehead St.) , East Fort Martello Tower/Museum, Tennessee Williams Museum on Truman Ave.

The Key West Art & Historical Society WWW.KWAHS.ORG Opened a New Permanent Exhibition at The Custom House "ITINERANT PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE 1910s / "Under Construction : Glass Plate Negatives of A.V. Rabenau"

The Key West Art & Historical Society is pleased to announce the opening of “Under Construction: Glass Plate Negatives of A.V. Rabenau,” an exhibition of vintage photographs staged in the Bumpus Gallery at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front Street. Curated by Cori Convertito, the exhibition features black and white prints from the original glass plate negatives taken by an itinerant photographer known as A.V. Rabenau.
 
The negatives were acquired by the Key West Art & Historical Society in late 2020 from a private collector. The collection consists of over sixty early 20th century glass plate negatives taken by Rabenau during a visit to the Florida Keys. Little is known of the photographer, but his striking work suggests he was an experienced professional. He visited the Florida Keys during a pivotal time in its history – the construction of the Overseas Railway. The ‘dry plate’ negatives are not dated, but it is probable that he paid a visit to the island chain sometime between 1909 and 1911.
 
“Rabenau was not alone in using glass plate negatives to capture images of railroad construction workers. From about 1870 to 1920, many photographers used fragile glass plates to portray daily life,” says Convertito. “Plates were sold in boxes, factory-coated with a gelatin emulsion of silver bromide, available through mail order or at stores in large villages such as Key West. The photographer loaded one negative at a time into their camera, made the exposure, and stored the negative until he or she developed it in a home darkroom.”
 
Significant portions of Rabenau’s images are staged portraits of the men, women and children living and working on Pigeon Key. Others are portraits of Key West’s residents taken at the time when the photographer established a temporary studio on the island.
 
“The negatives speak to a special time and place in Florida Keys history,” adds Convertito. “Rabenau never published his photographs, meaning the museum’s recently acquired collection brings never-before-seen images to light. You will not find his striking portraits anywhere else. They are a treasure.”
 
“Under Construction: Glass Plate Negatives of A.V. Rabenau” launched with an exhibit opening on April 30. that was open to the public. Social distancing and masks was required in order to adhere to local and CDC guidelines. The exhibition runs until September 2021 and is sponsored by the Helmerich Trust and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs. For more information call Cori Convertito, Ph.D., at 305-295-6616 x112, email her at cconvertitofarrar@kwahs.org, or visit kwahs.org/exhibitions.  Your Museums. Your Community. It Takes an Island. 

IMAGE BELOW : Photograph taken by itinerant photographer A.V. Rabenau of a group of Overseas Railway workers on Pigeon Key in 1910. This image and many others will form part of the Custom House Museum’s upcoming exhibit, “Under Construction: Glass Plate Negatives of A.V. Rabenau” (Photo Credit: Key West Art & Historical Society)
#OTD in 1953 Key West police arrest ten local bar-owners, strippers and B-girls, including Arthur G. Thomas the owner of the Mardi Gras Club who officials charged with allowing nude dancing on the premises.
This is the interior of the Mardi Gras Club during the 1950s.
#keywest #history #WayBackWednesdaysEditor's Note I do believe that "Way Back Wednesdays" is Part of Dr. Convertito's Presentations

305-296-1504 5210 Collge Road

Today, The Key West Botanical Garden Society announces it will honor our nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families this summer with free admission. For 11 years the Garden has participated in the Blue Star Museums program, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in collaboration with Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and museums nationwide. 
 
The Garden will continue to offer the free admission program through Monday, September 6, 2021, Labor Day. This program is available for those currently serving in the United States Military—Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard as well as members of the Reserves, National Guard, U.S. Public Health Commissioned Corps, NOAA Commissioned Corps, and up to five family members. Qualified members must show a Geneva Convention common access card (CAC), DD Form 1173 ID card (dependent ID), or a DD Form 1173-1 ID card for entrance  
 
Rich in biodiversity, the 15-acre garden features two wetland habitats, national and state champion trees, two 1.5-acre butterfly habitats, seasonal flowers, a waterfall wall of tropical plants and two of the last remaining natural freshwater ponds in the Florida Keys. There are 12 self-guided tours which include a Cuban Palm tour and a collection of 9 Cuban Chugs.
 
The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is located at 5210 College Road, on Stock Island, Key West, Florida. For information about visiting the Garden, please visit www.keywest.garden or call 305.296.1504.
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Salt Island Provisions Gallery & General Store  WWW.SALTISLANDPROVISIONS.COM
830 Fleming St. 305-517-6088

SALT Gallery features woodcuts by Alisa Mealor in May 
 
For the month of May, SALT Gallery (830 Fleming St., www.saltislandprovisions.com) will feature “Arboreal Musings,” a new collection of woodcut relief paintings by local artist Alisa Mealor. Each hand carved and painted piece tells a story through wood and the exhibit is sponsored by a grant from the Anne McKee Artists Fund.
            Mealor has been an artist in Key West since 1994. Although she has experimented with various art forms, she is best known as a painter of small works on canvas and as a traditional henna (mehndi) artist. She has sold thousands of original paintings at her sidewalk gallery and continues to evolve, creating new work in new mediums. When she’s not making art, Mealor also facilitates movement and free form dance classes by the sea. 
           From the time Mealor relocated to Key West, the island itself has served as a source of inspiration for her work. “Key West is a wonderfully colorful place and I love color,” she said. “So many inspirations abound — historical, architectural, literary. I am forever inspired by beauty, especially in nature, so Key West has been conducive to my artistic expressions. This town is full of diverse and talented artists, and there is an abundance of opportunities for emerging and experienced artists alike. I’ve been influenced by the free thinking, open energy of this special island. Key West has a way of gently reminding us to lighten up and relax.”
           Mealor created this colorful, whimsical collection in 2020. “There was ample time to reflect on the nature of key west and also time to daydream of faraway places,” she said. “This is a new medium for me. I am learning about woodcut relief art. I am enjoying exploring opportunities to share ideas through this 3-D surface. It requires a lot of patience and planning. It definitely requires a different approach from my previous artwork.”
SALT Gallery features an eclectic collection of local art, local sea salts, jewelry, pottery, wine and Florida Keys honey. Gallery owners Maria Sharpe and Laura Richardson feature a new artist each month at SALT. Mealor’s work will remain on display until the end of May. For more information, call 305-517-6088 or visit www.saltislandprovisions.com.

1) GREEN GODDESS
2) MANGROVE MOMENT

I will ask Laura for some additional works for the May 24th.Issue
ANNA SWEET UP NEXT BUT FIRST AN IMPORTANT GOOD NEWS MESSAGE FROM AIDS HELP MONROE COUNTY
WWW.AHMONROE.ORG 305-296-6196 1434 Kennedy Drive
The Small Print Above : Find Out More Call Christopher Elwell at 305-304-5994 or Christopher@KeysFurniture.com WWW.KEYSFURNITURE.COM . AIDS HELP MONROE COUNTY WWW.AHMONROE.ORG
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Our Weekly Feature from ROBERTA DEPIERO "PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY AROUND THE KEYS" This Week in our May 17th Issue Part 2 "Mailboxes"
The Next Issue Will Have More from Roberta's Journeys Around Town.

We Continue with More from The Key West & Nature Conservatory and The 50 Worst Cars Ever Built but First ANNA SWEET
A Little of what Anna Sweet has been up to since moving her retail Galleries out of Key West and headed wth Family to the other Sunshine State. Part 1 in the April 12th Issue & Part 2 in the April 19th Issue will have Links to her Current Exhibition and On-Line Sale that was Probably Extended. Here are a few Additional Images from a Press Release she Produced. There were more Images on the Release. To get on her mailing List and to see Hundreds of Brilliant Photgraphic Offerings : WWW.ANNASWEET.COM

APRIL 12, 2021 : https://conta.cc/3sgbwbT
APRIL 19, 2021 :https://conta.cc/3ebFZT9
New Release: "Harper" Starting at $630 as a fine art print on paper.
Black Sand Coffee Table $2500 ($1875 during launch week) 
Talia, original underwater photograph available in multiple sizes and finishes. Starting at $630
CLICK BABES TO SEE SO MANY ADDITIONAL "BABE" ART
What else is new?
Attention to detail has always been how I decide to operate. Explore my three dimensional new hand painted waves.
CLICK WAVES TO SEE SO MANY ADDITIONAL "WAVE" ART
VALENTINA - AMETHYST (Below in Red)
The first in a pop art series.
Limited Edition of 250
Metal Print
Metal Prints are made by infusing the image into specially coated aluminum. This results in photo prints so vivid and life-like, they appear to be lit from within. We use .045" thick, recycled aluminum sheets from ChomaLuxe to produce our high definition, vibrant prints that are eco-friendly, too.
Each piece has an inset Frame that is recessed from the edges of the print, so the print appears to float away from the wall. The 3/4" Deep Inset Frame is Silver with a French Cleat or Wire Hanger.
Paper Print - Unframed
Paper prints are presented as a fine art print on Moab Somerset Museum Rag Paper (unframed). Example image is 20x20. Paper prints include white border.
Lead Times
Paper, Framed, and Metal prints have a production time of 2-3 weeks. All originals arrive in my studio within 2-3 weeks and take approximately 1-2 weeks to complete.
**Custom sizes and edits available upon request

For Greater Details on her One of Kind Unique Processes go to WWW.ANNASWEET.COM and of course Many Addition 'BABE" and "WAVE" Creations. VALENTINA -AMETHYST Below
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WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty's New Gallery "JAG" 1075 Duval Square Suite C-23 (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.


WE NOW CONTINUE WITH LETTY NOWAK'S CURRENT "JAG GALLERY'S" LATEST EXHIBITION with AD TINKHAM and SHARON McGAULEY

PART 2 FROM AD TINKHAM
THE FIRST FOUR PAINTINGS ARE OIL ON CANVASS
7) BRIGHT MOUNTAIN 12 X 12
8) WATERSPROUT 18 X 22
9) THROUGH THE GAP 15 X 20
10) DARK LOVE 22 X 30
THE NEXT 3 PAINTINGS ARE OIL ON PANEL
11) FIRS#1 8 X 12
12) FIRS#2 8 X 12
13) BIRCHES 8 X 12

PART 2 FROM SHARON McGAULEY UP SHORTLY
We Now Continue with WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM 305-296-2988 1316 Duval St.
Info@Keywestbutterfly.com
WE CONTINUE WITH OUR 3 PART ISSUE FROM THE KEY WEST BUTTERFLY & NATURE CONSERVATORY with Part 3 in the May 24th. Issue.
WE NOW CONTINUE WITH PART 5 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
1998 Fiat Multipla
The Fiat Multipla has been used for several different vans and minbuses produced by the company over the years, but Americans will think of the 1998 import. Instead of being a hit on the roads like the other models that used this name, the Multipla was a laughingstock in the U.S. It was just plain ugly and looked more like a portable Martian greenhouse than the vehicle of choice for soccer moms. The interior is actually quite well-thought-out, but who would want to enter such a bizarre-looking automobile?
Lamborghini LM002
Lamborghini is another fancy Italian name that isn't associated with bad cars often, yet they made some bad cars. The LM002, known also just as the Lamborghini truck, was built for offroading. It was first developed to be an army truck, but militaries didn't want to buy it so the company looked to civilians. It was even dubbed the "Rambo-Lambo" when it was unveiled in 1986. The luxury just didn't match an off-roading pickup, and the engine was placed in the rear, even more bizarrely. Only 382 of these odd luxury mismatches were built.
Lincoln Blackwood
Pickup trucks just aren't meant to be luxury vehicles, but that hasn't stopped car manufacturers from trying. Besides luxury car makers trying to satisfy a demand that shouldn't be there in the first place, Lincoln has tried its hands with the Blackwood. Although the car scared Cadillac enough to release an Escalade sports utility pickup to compete, the Blackwood's competition outlived the Blackwood. Lincoln had made some stupid choices, like the completely foolish rear-wheel drive in a pickup truck, which makes no sense.
2004 Chevy SSR
The Chevrolet SSR stands for "Super Sport Roadster," but they should really have been hit with a false advertising suit. It's actually a convertible pickup truck, which is an extremely niche market. Very few convertible buyers say, "Hey, this could really use a truck bed!" Likewise, very few pickup truck owners want their car to be a convertible. The SSR's not "super," hardly can be described as "sport," and truth be told is an embarrassment to the roads. Sure, it looks like a hot rod — that doesn't mean its underpowered engine commands the sluggishly heavy body.
Morgan Plus 8 Propane
The Morgan Motor Company from the U.K. is really classy, making cars the same way they looked back in the 1930s. The Plus 8s saved the company, as they sold a lot of models. That being said, the company was slapped with a terrible reality — new emissions controls meant that the car couldn't be sold in the United States. To circumvent this, they ran the car on propane and attached a highly flammable propane tank to the back, where it could easily burst into flame if the car was rear-ended.
The Next Issue (May 24) has PART 6 OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE FROM WWW.THEDADDEST.COM "50 OF THE WORST CARS EVER MADE" Feature Editor OLIVER HAMILTON Published on 4/21/2020
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WE NOW CONTINUE WITH LETTY NOWAK'S CURRENT "JAG GALLERY'S" LATEST EXHIBITION with AD TINKHAM and SHARON McGAULEY

PART 2 SHARON McGAULEY
7) GOING OUT 36 X 36 Oil on Canvass
8) BLUES 18 X 24 Oil on Board
9) TRURO SUNDOWN 32 X 32 Oil on Canvass
10) TRURO DUNE HOUSE 20 X 20 Oil on Linen
11) PURPLE SUITE 40 X 40 Oil on Canvass
12) TALL SHIP 18 X 18 Oil on Board
13) SUMMER RAFT 40 X 46 Oil on Canvass
1207 Duval Street 305-296-8900

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Key West Wanderings – Unexpected Music
Live music in a custom paddle board shop, sometimes you find music in the most unexpected places. Yesterday afternoon Chicago Mike Beck and Friends jammed away at Lost Boy Creations on Southard street.

Photos by: Bill Klipp
Check out our online Photo Website at: http://www.KeyWestWanderings.com
©All Contents All Rights Reserved Bill Klipp 2021



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MORE FROM BILL AND LINDA KLIPP NEXT WEEK
Amanda Johnson
518 Fleming Street 305-414-8396

Below Sunset Island II
24 x 48 x 1.5 Inches
Original Oil On Canvas
Click Here For more Sunset Collection

Check out the Feature we did on Amanda Last Week

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WWW.GALLERYONGREENE.COM 606 Greene St.

Here are a few works from Peter Vey
OF COURSE ; NANCE PROBABLY HAS ATLEAST 100 ARTISTS THAT HANG YEAR ROUND. Some of the more recent Exhibitions have been Jay Gogin, Mike Rooney, Mario Sanchez, Michael Marrero, WB Thompson, & Priscilla Coote.
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J FULTON GADBOIS WWW.JFULTONGADBOIS.COM
ArtKeytect@Gmail.com 208-792-7298 All Works Below are Oil on Canvas.
Check out the Feature we did on this Uniquely Talented Artist a few Weeks ago.

SPACE CITY 24 x 36

REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR NEXT FEATURE IN THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS....Perhaps we can start the 2021 / 2022 Season with a Feature..Have a Great Summer; and thanks for sharing your Really Awesome work with the Readers... AND PLEASE ; Immediately tell me where your Next Exhibition will be ; even if it's out of the Keys or Just On-Line........Cheers; Eddie
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SOPRAFINAGALLERY
55 Thayer Street
Boston, MA 02118
617-728-0770

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. Check out the Exhibition by going to the April 19 Issue. https://conta.cc/3ebFZT9
Have a Great Summer Frank; and thanks for keeping us in tune with the Greater Boston and Providence Artisans

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Author Talk 

Allison Rich : Sr. Library Technician
Michael Nelson and Staffs

Monroe County Public Library. 700 Fleming Street
Key West, FL 33040. 305-292-3595

THE LIBRARY :
Our recordings are available on our YouTube channel after the event  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQtMIWrdawcFzb4oaG-_QQg

PLEASE CHECK EVERY WEEK THEIR SITES FOR ALL THE GREAT EVENTS THAT THE MONROE COUNTY LIBRARIES and Friends of the Library https://www.friendsofthekeywestlibrary.org/ The Last Few weeks I had Extreme Time Constraints and WAS NOT not be able to include many NEW Events & Information. Of course This Issue (May 17) & May 24 and May 31 will have many NEW Event Insertion; especially since KW is Opening Up Again. Of course ; Please keep the Safety Proceedures in Place to help rid of this Pandemic Faster. I will definetly go on my Summer Hiatus Soon ( with Only a few Issues Produced Over the Summer). I did not take a Summer Hiatus in 2020 since Our On-Line Magazine Serves as a Covid-19 On-Line Information Dissemination Publication. So I'll have completed about 85 Straight Weeks of Magazines Before the 2021 Summer Hiatus that I am Definetly Taking. Ed. Well that's not entirely true : I did Skip May 3 and May 10 due to traveling and packing for 5 / 6 months in my Second Home on LI. So I did about 82 Straight Weeks of Publishing.
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The WWW.AGPL.US 55th. Annual Members Virtual Exhibition and Sale

Each year the Art Guild of the Purple Isles, a group of over 100 Upper Keys artists, puts together a number of exhibitions which are displayed at galleries in the Upper Keys. Our highlighted yearly Exhibition is our Annual Judged Members Show. However, due to the pandemic, this year we opted to produce in its place a non-judged Virtual Show with fewer entries. For additional Information go to WWW.AGPI.US.

Our Magazine Did a 2 Part / Week Feature on this Group Show. Now in the Next 3 weeks we will Feature Just just One Artist of Theirs ; starting this week with David A Bader, May 24 is Pat Collins and May 31 is Jeannine Berscheid. Thanks Laura for Your Help in Showing Off the Art in the Upper Keys in Our Magazine.

  Below : Morning Serenade by Gisela Llorens, 24”x18”, Soft Pastel, www.giselallorens.com  
  
An Amazing On-Line and Hardcopy Selection of Books; many from Keys Authors



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WWW.GUILDHALL.ORG 158 MAIN STREET 631-324-0806
INFO@GUILDHALL.ORG

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

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EAST HAMPTON, NY (April) —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).
THE KEY WEST BUSINESS GUILD
305-294-4603 808 Duval St.

Next Mixer and Luncheon Involve PRIDE KICK OFF; June 2 Noon at Marriott Beachside and Mixer at The Island House also June 2 ( The Only day of the Year that they Allow Women IN)

Below reads that PRIDE FOLLIES IS MAY 22, 2021 at The Key West Theater on Eaton St. WWW.KEYSTIX.COM
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
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AS MANY KNOW THAT ONE OF THE MANY PERKS OF BEING A KWBG MEMBER IS THE ABILITY TO HAVE YOUR BUSINESS / ORGANIZATION HAVE A FLYER AD SENT OUT TO ALL THEIR MEMBERS FOR JUST $25. ALSO YOUR AD IS INCLUDED EVERY WEEK IN THEIR EXTENSIVE FRIDAY E-MAIL GIVING YOU ALL THE EVENT INFORMATION. IT IS NO CHARGE EVERY WEEK. KWBG SENT THESE OUT :The Following 2 Flyers were sent out to the KWBG Database


Experience a New Yearlong ‘Taste of Key West 2021 Reimagined’
Foodies can sample tasty temptations and savor subtropical flavors of Key West through a new “Taste of Key West 2021 Reimagined” — a palate-pleasing road map to the island’s food scene, ideal for visitors seeking value-added dining or a unique gift. Participants can purchase the pocket-sized dining cards — priced at $100 each plus tax, with only 350 to be sold — usable for a full year beginning April 19, 2021, to April 18, 2022. 

CLICK THIS LINK FOR DIRECT PURCHASE OF FOOD CARD

Thank you for your support of A.H. Monroe County Inc and enjoy your Taste of Key West!


COLLECTIONS KEY WEST

Open Saturdays & Sundays 12-5 & by appt
Adding new hours so do give us a call!

6810 Front Street  Stock Island
305-923-4778

Authentic Florida Souvenir, Karen Wray. Come check out the New Show!! Friday - Sunday 10-7ish throughout May.


Although it's Doubtful that below 2 pieces are in in Jimmy's New Exhibition; I wanted to add in a few more Examples of his work..I will ask Karen if she has a few pieces I can put into the May 24th Issue..PS : Happy Bithday Ms. Wray; When this Pandemic is over ; let's take the Family out for some fun; my dime...
Click Exhibition MAY EXHIBITION LINK Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWQS0zfquOs

Also click either of next two URL Links E-MAIL LINK to the Studios of Key West one of their Latest E-Mail Campaigns Featuring the May Exhibitions "Wild Observations" by Deborah Mitchell and Letty Nowak in XOJ Gallery, & "Awaken by Kristyn LaMoia.. Vudeo Link to May Exhibitions : https://mailchi.mp/tskw/may-2021-exhibitions-video?e=9
428fbe5ab. Also in the E-Mail Campaign Have a Private Sunday with Friends with the New Private Social Gatherings Available to you and Your Friends at TSKW SUNDAY IN THE GALLERY :

Prefer a more private art-viewing experience? Sundays in the Gallery is your chance to grab a few friends and get up close and personal with our latest exhibitions on a Sunday morning or afternoon. Start with mimosas or a glass of wine on the roof, then walk through the galleries, with a knowledgeable guide. 
ALYSSA MILANO MAY 19
RICHARD KIND MAY 26


BETWEEN TWO PALMS Wed. MAY 19 6PM HOST : MURPHY DAVIS. Sponsored by KW Fine Wines and Camp Northwest Hills
Actress and activist ALYSSA MILANO has been in the spotlight for most of her life. She chooses to shine that spotlight on causes that matter deeply to her. Her advancement of #MeToo sparked a viral movement of women fighting against sexual harassment and assault and she has been involved in TimesUp since its inception. In the wake of the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, Alyssa became one of the founders of NoRA, a coalition dedicated to combating the NRA money in political campaigns so that common sense gun reform can be enacted. For 15 years, she has been a UNICEF National Ambassador. In 2016, she received their Spirit of Compassion Award for her dedication to their mission of advocating for the protection of children’s rights, helping meet their basic needs and expanding their opportunities to reach their full potential. She has lobbied members of Congress for greater rights for immigrants as well as education reform and has been on the forefront of efforts to protect health coverage for all Americans. She continues to use her voice and platform to advocate for social justice, fairness and equality.


BETWEEN TWO PALMS Wed. MAY 26 6PM HOST : MURPHY DAVIS. Sponsored by KW Fine Wines and Camp Northwest Hills
RICHARD KIND has been performing for over 35 years on stage and screen as well as lending his voice to some of the most iconic animated films of the last 20 years. He is recognizable from his starring roles on the TV sitcoms Mad About You, Spin City, Scrubs and Curb Your Enthusiasm and has made guest appearances on over 30 more TV shows. Film roles include A Serious Man, Argo and Hereafterand he has  voiced characters in many Pixar films including A Bug’s Life, Cars, Cars 2, Toy Story 3 and Inside Out. His versatility as a sketch comedy performer was evident as a cast member of Carol Burnett’s  Carol & Company, which ran for two seasons on NBC. Theatre roles have included his originating the part of Addison Mizner in Stephen Sondheim’s Bounce and he has appeared on Broadway many times including starring roles in The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, as Max Bialystock inThe Producers, Sly Fox & The Big Knife for which he won a Drama Desk Award and a Tony nomination.

533 Eaton St. 305-296-0458


MAY 6 -27


For Complete "BETWEEN TWO PALMS" May and June Schedule

WILD OBSERVATIONS by DEBORAH MITCHELL
AWAKEN by KRISTYN LaMOLA
LETTY NOWAK

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INFO@FRINGETHEATER.COM
305-731-0581 REBECCA TOMLINSON MANAGING ARTISTIC DIR.
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KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL SUNDAYS AT PERRY HOTEL
STAY TUNED TO MIRANDA'S NOTICES ON WHAT'S UP NEXT

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. 

PS: KWFF 2021 SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN NOW!!!! SUBMIT HERE
 
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
Salty Oyster Dockside Bar & Grill. Be sure to come early to grab some food and drinks before the movie!
VALENTINA - AMETHYST (Below in Red)
The first in a pop art series.
Limited Edition of 250
Metal Print
Metal Prints are made by infusing the image into specially coated aluminum. This results in photo prints so vivid and life-like, they appear to be lit from within. We use .045" thick, recycled aluminum sheets from ChomaLuxe to produce our high definition, vibrant prints that are eco-friendly, too.
Each piece has an inset Frame that is recessed from the edges of the print, so the print appears to float away from the wall. The 3/4" Deep Inset Frame is Silver with a French Cleat or Wire Hanger.
Paper Print - Unframed
Paper prints are presented as a fine art print on Moab Somerset Museum Rag Paper (unframed). Example image is 20x20. Paper prints include white border.
Lead Times
Paper, Framed, and Metal prints have a production time of 2-3 weeks. All originals arrive in my studio within 2-3 weeks and take approximately 1-2 weeks to complete.
**Custom sizes and edits available upon request

For Greater Details on her One of Kind Unique Processes go to WWW.ANNASWEET.COM and of course Many Addition 'BABE" and "WAVE" Creations. VALENTINA -AMETHYST Below

Thanks to EVERYONE at The South Florida Symphony Orchestra and the Brilliant Performers that Played FTL and Key West. Have an Outstanding Summer. I do believe when the Summer is Over ; that Live Performances will be close to Normal

INFO@SOUTHFLORIDASYMPHONY.ORG
954-522-8445



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:
South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Peter and the Wolf
Music by Sergei Prokofiev
Live from the North Beach Bandshell



The Above Links will get you to the May 2021 On-Line KEYS TRAVELER ; AND THEIR SO WELL DONE WEBSITE. Hopefully the May 24th Issue will have (Like we Insert Every Month) about 12 of their Features.
Be a Ocean Advocate : Florida Keys Reef Etiquette for Divers
Visitors to the Florida Keys can explore an abundant environment filled with hammocks and rainforest areas or stroll along sandy beaches. But the vast openness of the island chain’s natural environment, where seclusion is intrinsic, also offers “unplugged” opportunities for on-the-water relaxation.
Standup paddling, or paddleboarding, combines mind and body relaxation with healthful exercise and a Keys eco-experience. Paddlers can use the board, ranging in length from 12 to 14 feet, for traversing on a “downwinder” (riding the board backed by tradewinds to cover distance) or as a fishing platform when the winds are nonexistent. And few paddling experiences are more quietly enjoyable than isolated tours through backcountry flats and along the clear, shallow fringes of mangrove forests.
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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
Some of the Recouring Weekly Features are : ALL the Theatres and Art Galleries in Town, Friends of the KW Library and the KW Library, The South Fla. Symphony Orchestra WWW.SOUTHFLORIDASYMPHONY.ORG 954-522-8445 , Key West Business Guild WWW.GAYKEYWESTFL.COM , The Studios of Key West WWW.TSKW.ORG , The Key West and Historical Society WWW.KWAHS.ORG , SOS FOUNDATION WWW.SOSFOUNDATION.ORG , Daashia Cochran, a Video Featuring 5 Groundhogs, MCSO WWW.KEYSSO.NET , College of the Florida Keys WWW.CFK.EDU 305-296-9082 5901 College Rd.
WWW.FKSPCA.ORG Info@Fkspca.org
5711 College Rd. KW, Fla., 33040 305-294-4857

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; that due to TIME CONSTRAINTS will appear in the May 24th Issue. ..Check out the last batch of adoptions they sent recently & The $36K Grant from PETSMART CHARITIES from the February 15 Issue https://conta.cc/3jZQgEN

ALSO HERE IS AN EVENT THAT IS VERY COOL; BOW WOW
Saturday, May 29, 2021 at 11 AM EDT – 1 PM EDT
Tickets
trytn.com/ArgoNavis/details/ca6d9b4c-bda8-4d69-91f9-1e3ab04e844a
Public 
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Give your four legged family members a great present! Join us for our second Doggie Day Sail and lunch aboard the only 75 foot luxury sailing yacht in Key West. We'll have special treats and gifts just for your pets and a great alfresco lunch for you. Limited to just 20 guests and 20 well behaved pups. $20 from each reservation will be donated to the Florida Keys SPCA.

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