THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS APRIL 18, 2022
THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS
APRIL 18, 2022
Hello Everyone. The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends ("Friends being the Many Associate / Executive Contributing Editors) that send me Material. Our Readership has an Active Database of 7930+. We start every Issue with LEAD TEASE PHOTOS of Features that Appear in this April 18th. Issue. Above : "KEUKENHOF" Amsterdam : AKA "The Garden of Europe". GingerBread Square Gallery has Two Excellent Artists on Exhibition : Bill Farnsworth and Anastasia Dukhanina. In this first Tease Section is an Exceptional work from Bill Farnsworth (Many are Oil on Panel and Oil on Canvas).The City of Key West Honors KWPD Chief Sean Brandenburg + KWPD and KWFD Recognizes National Autism Month, KWFD Volunteering to be at ALL Conch Games to apply Immediate First Aide, The City of KW Celebrates Arbor Day, Peter Arnow Receives an Honor & and Encore Celebration with Kathryn Norris Woman's March Organization With Officer Anna Anglin & KWPD Love Fund. Also Above some of the Lead Features in this April 18, 2022 Issue : Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RECOLLECTION ROAD" & "THE HISTORY OF DUNKIN DONUTS". Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY" & "40 INTERESTING AND AMAZING HISTORICAL PHOTOS YOU MUST SEE". Also above The Tourist Development Council (TDC) & the "April Keys Traveler " On-Line Magazine + Many additional Informative and Interesting Materials. The South Florida Symphony Orchestra under the Guidance of Maestra Sebrina Alfonso and Jaqueline Lorber.
Below our Lead Tease Photos that represent Features in this April 18th. Continues : One of my Favorite Artists "CHEVAL" Michael Cheval Visits the Wyland Gallery in Key West 3 or 4 times a Year; with Large Areas at ALL The Wyland Galleries Year Round. One of our Executive Contributing Editors DAASHIA COCHRAN did a Shoot at Wyland with Michael CHEVAL....The KW Orchid Society has their Monthly meeting at the West Martello Gardens 4/24 1pm. The Two Exhibitions at the Florida Keys Council of the Arts at the Gato Building is "Mavens of Metal and Clay" Featuring 12 Local Women Artisans & KW CELEBRATES 200 PLAY BALL". Another one of my Favorite Artisans is Adam Scott Rote "The Artist of the Stars". ASR makes Frequent Visits to The Key West Gallery at 601 Duval St.; Kellie Of Course Gives ASR a Larger Space Year Round. Adam from 4/22-24 is Appearing in the Luis Sottil Studios of St. Petersburg. The Governor and their Staffs and our Monroe County Commission and their Staffs agree to MANY Arrangements to Fund Many Projects..
A Sneak Preview of our Marlene Koenig Feature in the May 2nd. or May 9th. Issue. Then the College of the Florida Keys has their Annual Spring "Students Art Exhibition" in the College Library with the Kick Off Event April 20 5-7pm; Organized by Kristina Neihouse. A Visit to many of the April Participating Venues for WALK ON WHITE (Next is Always the 3rd Thursday of the Month : April 21 5-8pm) : Most of the Venues : Sarah & Mark at Shade Ceramics & Shutter Photography-Mayanjali Cafe & Juice Bar-Stone Soup Gallery & Framing-Bone Island Framing-Harrison Gallery (Ben and Helen), Coffee Mill Dance Studio & The Studios at The Armory . Roberta DePiero ;Outstanding Job with the CLEAN UPS That you do with Jody Gross and Dee Dee Green and All The Volunteers (More Info. about Upcoming CLEAN UPS /Gatherings in this Issue + Congratulations in being on Page 1 of the CITIZEN NEWSPAPER for ALL the Efforts you and the Group are doing. Peter Max Hanging in The Key West Gallery 601 Duval ( A few of his Paintings) in one of the KWG Sections
Below our Lead Tease Photos that represent Features in this April 18th. Issue. Monroe Co. Fire Dept. & KWPD Supports "AUTISM MONTH" + Plus Alyson Crean has Many other City of Key West Featured Articles. The Monroe County Sheriff's Animal Farm Re-Opened (the 2nd. and 4th. Sundays 1-3PM Next April 24 & May 8th.). "2022 SUMMER MANGO MADNESS" at TSKW June 2-July 28 ( On ALL 3 Floors in ALL their Galleries) TSKW Opens Roof "Hugh's View" for "GLOW HOURS" M & Tues. 6-8PM + So Many Events , On-Line Exhibitions, Classes & Special Activities. Also in this April 18th. Issue at TSKW (Features on ALL their April In-House Exhibitions). ALL Our Theatre Groups are ACTIVE; and we Have the Information. Nance Frank & Her Gallery on Greene has so many Cuban /Latin Artisans Hanging Along with the Exhibition at Gato Carrying over to her Gallery "Key West 200 Celebration Play Ball 200" + Dozens of Outstanding Artists Hanging Year Round. Also In This Issue Features from The Key West Art & Historical Society and Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden.
In this April 18th. Issue : The Second Annual KWBG (Key West Business Guild) "PRIDE" Art Competition & Silent Auction June 1-5 (More events at KWBG in their Section Inc. Special Mixer April 21 at West Martello Gardens and the KW Garden Club (7-9PM)(..Special Guest Performer DEJA). Below the Winter Scene is from ANASTASIA DUKHANINA One of the Two Exhibitions at the GingerBread Square Gallery ; Along with Bill Farnsworth. Peter Arnow receives an Honor from The City of Key West. Extremely Talented / Fun / Informative Writer / Novelist / Editor Mandy Miles from The Weekly Magazines wrote a few days ago: A GREAT ARTICLE on the 2022 Fantasy Fest; Up Shortly in this Issue. The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Gardens "2022 Art Garden" Opening Exhibition Party April 30 1-3PM
Below : Additional Features in this April 18th. Issue : Helen and Ben Harrison Receive Honors. Alaen Ledesma Fernandez Presents Cuban Artist Andy LLanes Bulto + Alaen Tells Us about some of his Upcoming Exhibitions Including the Duval Square / Sotheby's International Realty . Florida Keys Council of the Arts at GATO up until Mid-May "Key West 200 Celebration Play Ball" & "Mavens of Metal and Clay" Below : ("Babe Ruth Show" by Reynerio Tamayo 30 X 40 Acrylic on Canvas) THEN "Big Hobbit" by Cindy Wynn : (Weldable Resources and Steel) . "Letty Nowak's "JAG" Gallery Present B.Lucy Stevens April 15 to May 3. Below the Video for Helen and Ben will have the URL Video Link Later in Their Feature; and not Directly Below...
"Zonta 40th Anniversary Party & Radio Day 4/22 (Zonta of KW : Empowering Women Through Advocacy). Karen Wray from Collections Gallery sends regards & Reminds Us that the Stock Island " Art Stroll" is Sat. 5/14 11am-5p ( Always 2nd Sat. of the Month). An Extensive tour of the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory : WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM + Their Webcam Streaming 24/7. B. LUCY STEVENS at "JAG" Gallery April 15-May 3
In this April 18th. Issue :
The Studios of Key West ( WWW.TSKW.ORG ) tells us about the many Classes Scheduled for April and May (Below : Rick Worth & Lea Moeller) + April TSKW Exhibitions. The South Florida Symphony OrchestraMasterworks V: Beethoven | Copland | Bach
April 27-28, 2022 (NO KW Date; Just FTL and Miami) .Clarinet Concerto Featuring David Shifrin. Jason and James Just received a Pink Floyd Item at Zazoo + Only a Few of the Hundreds of Items in the Gallery Include : The Beatles, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, JFK & Jackie, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Marylin Monroe & so Many Additional Celebrities. FKSPCA Gives us NEW Adoptees ( Below is "Candy Star" a 6 Month Female Domestic Shorthair" & "Clover" a 5YO Female Lop Eared Rabbit). I Have a few More Sections in this Issue from the FKSPCA for recent adoptions. Also in this April 18th. Issue "WWW.HOMETOWNKEYWEST.COM" Links to the Call for Candidates from a few Weeks Ago ( Next Event "Meet the Candidates" June 17 5:30-7PM
AnnaMarie Giordano "Life Drawing Workshops" Tuesdays 11am to 2pm. Anna Sweet Galleries. Zazoo Memorabilia & Tom Brady, and Amanda Johnson Art. Also below Our Weekly Features from Bill / Linda Klipp and Roberta DePiero : Bill / Linda Shot JULIANNA MacDONALD & FRIENDS at Kate Miano's Gardens Resort. Roberta's Feature this Week is from her and Reef Perkins Visiting a New Restaurant on Stock Island "The Docks"
Kate Miano's "Gardens Resort" Continues with Sunday "Jazz in the Garden" ( Next Three : 4/17 "Jody Rae Campbell & Friends + April 24 SKIPPER KRIPITZ AND FRIENDS + May 1 Peter Diamond & Friends JAZZ 5-7:30PM PLUS Entertainment in Kate Milano's d'vine Wine Gallery (6 Nights a Week) + "Discovery Wine Tasting Series". Ed's Automotive Series : Even if you are not an Automotive History Fan; you'll still enjoy these 8 to 14 Minute Video Episodes with Episode 29 Just Released "A STRUGGLE CALLED CADILLAC Pt.1 & 2 + Episode #31 "A FAILURE CALLED EDSEL" + Just Released as Well "IS YOUR CAR TRULY AMERICAN / EUROPEAN/ ASIAN": Just Released as well "EPISODE#33 WHITE STRIPES THE HISTORYOF THE WHITE WALL TIRE". The Key West Gallery has about 25 Peter Max Hanging . ( Kellie usually has about 20-25 Hanging ALL Year Round ; with an even larger MAX Inventory On-Line) . Our Weekly Features from MOTE Marine & Aquarium-REEF RELIEF-& Dr. David Vaughan's PLANT-A-MILLION CORALS. Dr. John "Jack" Norris Local Guru on Covid. Dr. John "Jack" Norris has made a few Hundred Videos on Covid in the Past Two Years. He has Provided Tens of Thousands of Locals Important and so valuable Important Information about this Pandemic. "Pops in the Park" in Islamorada Founders Park MM87 (Next April 23)
Below started out in March 2020 as "Our Crisis Center" of Important Contacts. Of Course ; I leave this Feature Inserted as a Handy Resource.
An Extremely Sincere Thank You from this Magazine and the THOUSANDS that have Expressed to me : How Publix in ALL their Stores were able to Organize the MASSIVE ROLLOUT of the COVID-19 VACCINES. Certainly a Monumental Challenge that was so (& Still Is) SUCCESSFUL . Here in Key West Publix GM Kevin Piper Sr. and Staffs were BRILLIANT in their Coordination of this Unchartered Venture & the Magnitude Involved.
The Custom House, LightHouse Keepers Quarters (on Whitehead St.) , East Fort Martello Tower/Museum, Tennessee Williams Museum on Truman Ave.
From The Executive Staff at KWAHS "Delighted to say that the 5th Annual Conch Revival Picnic was a resounding success! A huge thank you to Great Events Catering and Martha Hubbard for the delicious food, to Brian Roberts Music for the entertainment, to all of our volunteers, and most importantly to the 150 guests!
Can’t wait to do it again next year!"
More from KEUKENHOF in the Next Issue which probably will be pushed back a week from May 2nd to May 9th.
KEY WEST, FL, April 15, 2022— The College of the Florida Keys will showcase the talent and creativity of its students at the annual Student Art Show in the Library Gallery on the Key West Campus. Join art students, art faculty, and art lovers from the entire Keys community to celebrate a year’s worth of art and accomplishment at the opening reception on Wednesday, April 20, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The event, sponsored by the College of The Florida Keys Foundation, is free and open to the public.
A myriad of artwork created by students this past year will be featured, including pottery, photography, and sculptures. Some pieces will be for sale with proceeds going to the student artists as well as the Library Gallery Fund. Several awards will be given for each category, including the prestigious $1,000 “Jay Gogin Excellence in Visual Arts Award,” named after the College of the Florida Keys late Artist in Residence and ceramics instructor. Attendees will be invited to cast votes for the winner of the “People’s Choice” award.
For more information, contact Kristina Neihouse, Director, Learning Resource Center. firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-809-3501
Every day is a reason to celebrate the beauty of the planet throughout the Florida Keys, full of natural wonders set against scenic backdrops of earth, sea and sky. The waters surrounding the island chain, including the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef, are protected by the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
The Keys encompass 10 state parks, two national parks — Dry Tortugas National Park and the Flamingo district of Everglades National Park — and four federally protected havens: National Key Deer, Great White Heron, Key West and Crocodile Lake national wildlife refuges.
Keys visitors and residents can commemorate Earth Day’s significance with outdoor activities experienced only in the Florida Keys before, on or after April 22.
Now Through May 15
Reef Relief, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to improving and protecting the Keys’ coral reef ecosystem, is offering an ultimate virtual road-trip getaway to the Florida Keys with its Key Largo to Key West Challenge. Participants can join to complete a 50-mile, 100-mile or 200-plus mile option with any form of intentional exercise such as running, walking, biking, swimming or paddling. During the challenge, entrants log weekly miles via smartphone, mobile fitness app or on paper to complete the trip. Reef Relief emails participants highlights of what they will encounter along each week’s mileage of their virtual vacation. Log as few or as many miles as preferred, each week. The challenge creates a unique experience by taking participants on a virtual vacation while intentionally exercising. In 2020, the virtual challenge provided an escape from isolation, was voted a top-five Best Virtual Race Experience by BibRave and raised $30,000 for Reef Relief.
Take a Full Moon Kayak Excursion from 6-8 p.m., and watch the sun set and moon rise while paddling along the mangrove shoreline. Proceeds help local wildlife through the Florida Keys Wildlife Society, the official friends group for the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges. The kayak excursion takes place in the waters surrounding the National Key Deer Refuge in Big Pine Key and nearby areas. Beginning at the Old Wooden Bridge Marina, 1791 Bogie Road, Big Pine Key, paddlers kayak across the water to No Name Key and north. Reservations include kayak, gear and experienced guide. A $30 donation supports the Florida Keys Wildlife Society.
Join a Fish Identification Class at 11 a.m. the day before Earth Day at the John Pennekamp Visitor Center and Aquarium Auditorium in Key Largo. The class is to be taught by staff with Key Largo’s Reef Environmental Educational Foundation. Participants learn about REEF as an organization, basic fish identification techniques and how to become involved in citizen science projects. The first undersea park in the United States, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is located at mile marker 102.5. No registration is required; entry to the program is included in paid park admission.
Celebrate Earth Day with the Turtle Hospital by witnessing a planned sea turtle release back to the ocean off Marathon’s Sombrero Beach. A licensed veterinary hospital dedicated to the treatment of sea turtles, the Turtle Hospital is situated at mile marker 48.5 bayside in Marathon. It was opened in 1986 with the goal of healing injured sea turtles and returning them to the wild. Visitors can take guided educational tours of the facility and outdoor rehabilitation area. Follow the hospital’s social media channels (@theturtlehospital) for an announcement of details of the anticipated Earth Day release.
Enjoy a family-friendly evening from 5-8 p.m. at Lagerheads Beach Bar, 0 Simonton St. in Key West, during the Second Annual Luau Fundraiser to benefit Reef Relief coral reef conservation efforts. The event is to feature live music, games, a silent auction and raffle drawings, tropical food and drink specials. Email email@example.com or call 305-294-3100.
During the ninth annual iteration of Key Largo’s Reef Environmental Educational Foundation Lionfish Derby weekend, set for April 22-24, teams of up to four people can dive to capture lionfish and compete for prizes in two divisions — Apex Predators and Reef Defenders. Until 6:15 p.m. Friday, April 22, registration is $100 per team. A Friday captains meeting is mandatory for derby teams, held both virtually and in-person at the REEF campus, mile marker 98.3 in the median of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. Teams are to fish Saturday from sunrise to sundown in Keyswide waters. Sunday is fish drop-off day, with an awards ceremony. Register online at reef.org.
The marine environment surrounding the continental United States’ southernmost island chain is to take center stage Saturday, April 23, during Mote Marine Laboratory’s 10th Ocean Fest: A Community Celebration. Attendees can enjoy live music, environmental art, family-friendly activities and conservation and environmental exhibits. The free-admission event is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Key West’s Truman Waterfront Park, located at the end of Southard Street near the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center. For more information, visit mote.org/oceanfest.
Go to the Last Few Sections in this April 18 Issue to see the Tourist Development Council's April Activities + The April 2022 "KEYS TRAVELER" WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM
Adam Scott Rote News : Thanks to the Disney Boardwalk Team for an incredible Exhibition Last weekend, A new Marilyn Monroe original commission featuring the Hollywood H and round frame is now on my agenda!
A Fantastic co-signing with Anthony Daniels C3PO from Star Wars, limited Uniques on this one, I’ll be finishing up the Co-signed Marvel Punisher Jon Bernthal and will have this at the Disney Exhibition May 6-9th. I’ll be Showcasing at Sottil Galleries in St Petersburg April 22-24th. And Last but not least new upcoming collaborations featuring Rebecca Romijn Marvel’s Mystique, AND Sylvester Stallone ROCKY!!!!!!. Stay tuned for further updates. BIG News Coming Soon
Above : Adam with Jerry Lewis and A photo of Adam with 5 Hugh Stars from about 5 years ago. Below Adam Scott Rote Writes : "What a day to remember, Mr. Lewis was a huge influence in my style of painting growing up. In one of his movies featuring Dean Martin & Shirley Maclaine Dorothy Malone plays an Artist and Dean’s love interest, stretched out all over the studio in Malone’s studio apartment are Vargas paintings that she is pretending to illustrate. Something about those paintings stuck with me, and I got to collaborate and share that with the man that made my childhood a absolute wondrous memory (thanks channel 43 for playing favorites and as always Love to Karen Grace Cadle for being the Legend Whisperer.)". The May 2nd or (pushed back an additional Week : May 9th.) Issue will have more from Adam Scott Rote.
The Following Below is written by Mandy Miles for THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS
No nudity. No Fantasy Zone. Fines for inappropriate body-painting. “Family hours” during which inappropriate costumes are prohibited. More widespread economic benefits to businesses islandwide. Increase the focus on culture, history and natural resources of Key West. Key West’s annual Fantasy Fest is about to change. City leaders decided at a December 2021 Leadership Retreat they want to “transform the event into a positive, clean festival enjoyed by both residents and visitors.”
More recently, at the April 5 city commission meeting, officials authorized City Manager Patti McLauchlin to negotiate a new contract with the Tourist Development Association, which produces Fantasy Fest. (The TDA is the association that produces Fantasy Fest. It is not to be confused with the Monroe County Tourist Development Council, or TDC, a county government agency that uses bed tax dollars collected by hotels and lodging establishments to promote Key West tourism and fund large-scale projects and improvements that will benefit tourism.)The April 5 agenda item initially directed McLauchlin to negotiate a one-year contract with the TDA, but TDA president Steve Robbins, and Key West Chamber of Commerce director Robert Goltz told the commission that events the size and scale of Fantasy Fest require multi-year contracts because producers negotiate multi-year agreements with sponsors. The commission voted unanimously on April 5 to leave the contract length up to McLauchlin.
MANDY Calls our attention to below ; How Cool is This.
John Romano, who specializes in Catasetum orchids and a new speaker to our club will give a talk at 1 pm, Sunday April 24 at the KW Garden Club meeting room W Martello Gardens. Orchids for sale, raffle , show and tell and more are offered. As always the public is welcome . Free parking on site.
Their NEW Exhibition Runs April 15 to May 3rd and Features a Solo Exhibition from B. LUCY STEVENS
"BUS STOP" Above
B. Lucy Stevens - Solo Exhibition - JAG Gallery - 04/15 - 05/03
B. Lucy Stevens has lived in the south of France on a flower farm and on a muddy river in Indonesia. Most of her childhood was spent in the woods of New Hampshire where, she has said, “there was never enough sun. I always drew and made things, but it never crossed my mind to go to art school. I liked to write, too—even back then I was curious to know people’s stories—so I became a newspaper reporter, and later, a writing teacher so I could help other people tell their stories. I was drawing all along, though, in my reporter’s notebooks and on the backs of student papers and finally the need to do this all the time grabbed me and it won’t let me go.”
A self-taught artist, she says, “I paint what I see, what I remember and what I imagine, and it all blends together, like it is in my mind. I crave solitude but fear isolation. There are times I cannot stop painting.”
B. Lucy Stevens is exhibiting a new body of work at the gallery. Of this series she said, “What I realized as I was making these paintings was that I have very little control over what happens on the canvas. People and creatures suddenly appear. If I had a plan when I started to paint, which I don’t, it wouldn’t matter because they do what they want. The way I see it, I’m just here to help bring them into existence. The big blue-headed lady, for instance, where did she come from? And why did I feel compelled to give her a tutu? I don’t know, but what I do know is the more I paint the more I’m learning to trust these people and creatures. If I look closely, if I’m patient, they will show me who they are and what they want. So if a big blue-headed lady wants a tutu, I’ll gladly give it to her!”
This Exhibition is SPECTACULAR ; both Bill Farnsworth and Anastasia Dukhanina are Excellent Artists and the May 2nd. or May 9th. Issue will have many additional Works; but of course You MUST see their Art in Person....
Here are a few from Anastaia Dukhanina. She is involved in different Mediums of Art; and the Exhibition is on until April 27 ; but I'm sure Adele will keep a few of Anastasia's and Bill's Works Hanging Year Round
The Key West Fire Department is wearing blue all month to recognize Nation Autism Awareness Month. The blue shirts bear a large KWFD emblem on the back made up of the colorful puzzle pieces that have come to represent autism awareness.
It's vital for first responders to be well versed in working with autistic individuals in order to provide the highest level of care.
"Probable everyone in this city has a loved one or knows someone whose loved one has this condition," said Fire Chief Alan Averette. "It's important that we, as fire and rescue workers, know the best way to read a situation and provide the best response."
City Manager Patti McLauchlin, during Tuesday's City Commission meeting, honored Police Chief Sean Brandenburg for his 20 years of service to Key West.
Surrounded by colleagues, commissioners, the mayor, and his wife Julie, Chief Brandenburg was presented a 20-year coin and gold watch commemorating his service.
"We thank you, Sean, for all your many years of service," said McLauchlin.
"It's an honor to make this milestone in my career." Said Brandenburg. "I still enjoy going to work every day. The two big reasons for that: The fine men and women of the Key West Police Department, and the community support we get. And by community support I also mean our law enforcement community. Nowhere else do you see city, county, state, federal and the military get along the way we do in Key West."
In presenting the honors, McLauchlin recalled the many contributions and milestones in Chief Brandenburg's career. Hired on April 1st in 2002, "Sean started on the night shift, quickly becoming a K-9 handler. He was paired with his K-9 Wind, who would serve faithfully by his side for the next several years."
In 2005, he was promoted to Sergeant, and, in 2010, Brandenburg and Wind were assigned to the Special Investigations Unit or narcotics unit.
"During his time in narcotics, Sean was the leader of the unit," said McLauchlin, "working closely with our local, state and federal partners, to combat the opioid epidemic that was just beginning to take hold in the US and Florida. In one six-month stint while working with a special task force from the DEA, his unit filed over 250 felony charges against individuals selling drugs in Key West."
Brandenburg was promoted to Lieutenant in 2012. In 2014, he was promoted to Administrative Captain.
While he was Captain, Brandenburg attended the prestigious FBI National Academy, an honor less than one percent of Law Enforcement worldwide are selected to attend.
On December 3, 2018, he was promoted to Police Chief.
"As Chief, he has continued to strive to improve the agency's relationship with the community," McLauchlin noted. "Sean is a member of Rotary, Business Guild, Cooking with Love and Military Affairs Committee, and sits on various boards to include Keys to be the Change, Wesley House, Love Fund, and PAL. Sean is also an enormous supporter of Special Olympics, MARC House, and Autism Society of the Keys, hence the Blue Badge on his chest. Sean has received numerous awards, such as Life Saving, Officer of the Quarter, Unit Award, and the Chief's Commendation, for his work throughout his tenure."
Up Shortly some additional Features from THE CITY OF KEY WEST Including The KWFD and their Volunteering to oversee ALL Athletic Games that Conchs Play in terms of Immediate First Aide. The KWPD /KWFD and National Autism Month. + An Encore Feature with Kathryn Norris and Officer Anna Anglin and The Woman's March and The KWPD Love Fund. + Arbor Day + A few More Features from The City of Key West and Alyson Crean
Next Performance "HOW TO EAT LIKE A CHILD AND OTHER LESSONS IN NOT BEING GROWN UP" April 29-May 1. I have their Entrance Suggestions Below and thought it was worthy of praise.
ALL patrons must show proof of full vaccination or recent negative Covid test status when arriving for the performance. We require masks to enter the theatre and don't allow drinks inside. Red Barn Theatre continues to keep the safety of our audiences, casts, and crews foremost in mind. We are constantly monitoring the CDC Guidelines -- especially for smaller, more confined spaces -- and will adjust these protocols accordingly. At present, the guidelines for Monroe County fall under the "Low Risk" category, but it is still recommended that visitors to smaller spaces continue to wear a mask if visiting for an extended period. This is especially true for immunocompromised persons, persons with any symptoms, or those who have been exposed -- however slightly -- to anyone who has COVID 19. We appreciate your help in our endeavors to provide a safe, comfortable, and entertaining evening of theater at your Red Barn.
We Now Start a NEW Vintage / Classic Photographic Feature from Popular You Tube Content Provider "Rare History" called "40 INTERESTING AND AMAZING HISTORICAL PHOTOS YOU MUST SEE"
The May 2nd. or May 9th. Issue will have Part Two : Of a NEW Vintage / Classic Photographic Feature from Popular You Tube Content Provider "Rare History" called "40 INTERESTING AND AMAZING HISTORICAL PHOTOS YOU MUST SEE"
Alaen is always having Multiple Exhibition in The Keys at the same time. One is from Andy LLanes and One is at Duval Square with Sotheby's International Realty. One of the Photos below is from an ANDY LLANES Exhibition at ARTHAUS BEIRUT
More from Alaen Ledesma Fernandez Up Shortly in this Issue
407 Wall Street Naval Air Station,
4/4-21 "A Comic Masterpiece : A life in the Theatre"
May 8 Ernest Hemingway's "The Fifth Column"
July and August "Frozen Live on Stage"
Click above website to see ALL of the 84th. Season Schedule
Event: Key West Florida Council Mixer
Date: Thursday, April 21st
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Location: Key West Garden Club
(1100 Atlantic Blvd, Key West, FL 33040)
You've been invited!
With special guest performance from our very own, Deja
Two Works of Art Below are from "Mavens of Metal and Clay" "SECTIONS" by Jackie Sanchez (Welded Steel & Paint" and from "Play Ball A Key West Celebration of 200 Years " "GOLD-BYE BIG PAPI" by Reynerio Tamayo (2016 36 X 48 Acrylic on Canvas)
Editor's Note : There will be NO Key West Concert in April; but they will be in FTL and Miami
South Florida Symphony’s season finale concert commences with Mahler’s fourth movement of his Fifth Symphony — a love note to his future wife — and Copland’s Clarinet Concerto, also referred to Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra (with Harp and Piano). Acclaimed soloist, David Shifrin, joins SFSO for this melodious and jazzy 2-movement concerto, which was originally commissioned by renowned jazz clarinetist Benny Goodman. SFSO’s magnificent 2021/22 season culminates with one of Beethoven’s most celebrated works: his monumental Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major. The “Eroica” Symphony represents a turning point not only in Beethoven’s career — but also in the history of music — setting a new symphonic template for future composers to emulate. This is truly a “Sinfonia Eroica,” or heroic symphony.
Tickets from just $15 are on sale now. Student tickets and group rates are also available. Information at 954.522.8445 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By most measures Rick Worth is the most popular artist in Key West, and it’s no wonder; he’s hard working, funny, easygoing, and dripping with talent. With step-by-step instructions, you walk away with a brand new painting each week!. Sponsored by Royal Furniture
Continuous Line Self Portraiture with Ernest Shaw, PEAR
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Moeller’s classes are truly unique. She’s passionate about seeing her students progress with their practice and feel stronger with every session. Moeller encourages her yoga students to try new things and enjoy the journey. Most importantly, each class incorporates a little laughter and light heartedness.
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We close out the season with a celebration of the fruit that brings us joy – like holding sunshine in the palm of your hand – and an annual reminder of why we love our island home. In the same spirit, our summer group exhibition is a celebration of the creativity all around us, as our family of artist members share the fruits of their labors (mango-inspired or otherwise), with something for every taste.
Jazz on the Roof is a series of monthly concerts featuring the critically acclaimed vocalist Libby York and her jazz trio. Working on her forthcoming album, York is known for her subtle and swinging renditions of Great American Songbook classics, as well as bossa nova gems and a few obscure Songbook treasures
David Bowie and Wyland Gallery Up Next but First Jenn and Michael's Contribution to the April Walk on White (April 21)
Thanks Jason and James and of course the Owner of the Zazoo Galleries and famed Cartoon Artist Don Oriolo. As we always do; we have a few Sections from Zazoo in each Issue.... GREAT Memorabilia Up Shortly; Including the Pink Floyd Signed 1972 Poster.
KAREN WRAY sends regards and tells us what she has going on in her Gallery on Stock Island
April 1-10: Reflections of Key West/Florida Past - Signs & Vintage Souvenirs, Enrique delValle. April 10-17: Adornments - Jewelry, Cashmere and Vintage Stationary. April 17-21: FISH, carved, mosaic, wood and glass. April 23-24: Objects de Art - art components for the discerning artist, from the collection of Karen & Jimmy Wray / Key West Woodworks."
The 4 Images Below are :
1) RAKU PINCH POTS by RODDY REED
2) Glass and Wood by Karen Wray
3) RAKU MERENGUE Acrylic : by Will Fernandez
4) DAVINCI /KAYLA LIDIMORE by Jimmy Wray
Stock Island ART WALK / STROLL is always the Second Saturday of Every Month. The Next is Sat. May 14
KAREN WRAY : CURATOR AND OWNER OF COLLECTIONS GALLERY