THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS JANUARY 30, 2023
THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS
JANUARY 30, 2023PART 1
Hello Everyone ; the 2023 Magazines will Now have 2 Parts Due to the Amount of Information that I Gladly Insert into the Issues. Part 2 will not have any duplication of Material; just additional material from the Organizations that send material and Events We Cover. Our New 2 Part Format is done to insure that ALL the Material will download successfully.The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends ("Friends being the Many Associate / Executive Contributing Editors) that send me Material & Cover Events. Our Readership has an Active Database of 7890+.
Just 1 of the Hundreds of Memorabilia Items at the ZAZOO GALLERY
A Large Feature from The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
Over 50: 8 to 22 Minute Videos from ED'S AUTO REVIEWS and we have ALL the URL Links to Watch Them. Even if you are not a fan of the Automobile ; Ed's Videos are so Interesting..
A Few Weeks Ago "Artist of the Stars" Adam Scott Rote was in town with Gal Pal Priscilia Presley ; and Two Special Events including a VIP Party at the Gallery that ASR Hangs Year Round "KEY WEST GALLERY" 601 Duval St. This Weekend ; another Great Artist ALEXEI BUTIRSKIY was at the KWG ; where he Hangs Year Round ( The Feb. 13 Issue will have Photos of his Visit). Plus 3 More Favorites Bill and Deb Mack and Gary Welton were in town; and we have photos.
We start 2 NEW Vintage Photographic Features :Both by You-Tube Popular Content Provider "RARE HISTORY" called "40 ASTONISHING HISTORICAL PHOTOS CAUGHT ON CAMERA" and 'THIS IS 45 SPECIAL HISTORICAL PHOTOS THAT WILL LEAVE YOU AMAZED" Below Is : The British CONCORD Fleet at Heathrow Airport Jan. 21, 1986
FKSPCA ADORABLE ADOPTEES
"A Berlin Train Running on Partially collapsed Tunnels Sept. 1945" from the NEW "This Is 45 Special Historical Photos that will leave you Amazed"
Everyone's Good Friend and Great Artist Michael Palmer was in town last week for an Exhibition at the GINGERBREAD SQUARE GALLERY and Parts 1 and 2 of these January 30, 2023 has Photos and some of Michael's Paintings . Next Exhibition is Jan. 30 Opening Night for Pam Folsom and Christo Calivas 5 to 7:30PM
"WALK ON WHITE" Next February 16. Photos of the January Walk on White will be in the Feb. 13 Magazine
Chas Hickey and Paul Blundell at JAG GALLERY have "Gallery Chat".
Go to the Jag Gallery Website for Information about their next Exhibition and their next Gallery Chat WWW.JAGGALLERY.ART. These 2 January 30, 2023 Issues have photos from the Tory Mata, Paul Blundell and Walter Horak
The Studios of Key West WWW.TSKW.ORG has a Play to go to in Person on Feb 8- 11 and Feb. 15-18 at 8PM.
IN THESE 2 PARTS OF THE JANUARY 30 ISSUE ; WE PROBABLY HAVE ABOUT 40 FEATURES. ENJOY. ED
"MUSINGS ON COLOR AND FORM #6" by Kim Di Donato 19 X 25 Murrell Acrylic Collage. "TRANSFORMATIONS"The Winter Members Exhibition at The Studios of Key West. Although this Exhibition just Finished a few weeks ago; I wanted to make sure that we showed You ALL the Works. Over 100 Works of Art. We will show the Final Batch of "TRANSFORMERS in these January 30 Issues (Part 1 and Part 2)
Below what started out in March 2020 as "Our Crisis Center" of Important Contacts. I still leave this Feature Inserted as a Handy Resource.
EDITOR'S NOTE : Every Issue Contains Hundreds of URL Links. Although I properly Insert the URL Link; A few times the Connection to the Site Fails. When that Happens Simply Copy and Paste the URL Link into your Web Browser. Thanks for Reading. Ed
A 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 and now Featuring the 3rd. & 4th. in a Series of Covid Booster Shots (Extremely Effective). 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 Two Booster Shots for the latest Omicron Strains can be Given with this Year's Flu Shot. Although there is talk about a Third Booster ; it is not out Yet.
The TRIO of Bill and Deb Mack and Gary Welton at The KEY WEST GALLERY on 601 Duval Street is Up Shortly.
The 2022 Winter Members Show at the Studios of Key West "TRANSFORMATIONS" that ended a few weeks ago. They had OVER 100 Works of Art. Here are THE LAST 20 Works of Art : 10 IN PART 1 OF JANUARY 30, 2023 HERE AND 10 IN PART 2 OF THIS JANUARY 30. 2023 ISSUE
76) "LATE AFTERNOON" by CHRISTOPHER SANTORO Digital Painting on Acid Free paper Paper, and Archival Inks 19 X 26
77) "PULSE" by JACKIE SANCHEZ Welded Steel ( Painted) 12 X 48
78) "SOUTHERN MOST ROOSTER" by J.W. SHERRINGTON Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 30
79) "FLEUR DE-LIS by VIVIAN SEGEL Mixed Media Collage 12 X 12
80) "eMeRGe by JAMeS LeOSHeRIDAN Photography on Gallery Quality Canvas 36 X 24
81) "RUTILANT SUNSER" by SHERRY SWEET T Acrylic and Resin on Wood 12 X 24
82) "CHRYSALID" by EMMA STARR 35 MM Disposable Camera, Archival Print 12 X 16
83)"Tulip Ceremony" by KATLIN SPAIN Original Oil Painting on Premium Luxre Paper Custom Framed in a red Glazed Wood Frame 24 X 30
84)"First Flight" Neil Smets Mixed Media 14 X 14
Click these links for ALL the Works in "TRANSFORMATIONS"
66) " HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE" by Alisa Mealor Acrylic on Wood 8 X 12 $2600
67) "VIEW BENEATH THE SEA" by Gail Palmer Metal, Beads, & Resin 12 X 12 $175
68) "PABLO'S TRANSFORMATION" by Jon O'Halloran Wood Blocks, Linoleum, Tiles from Picaso's Studio from 1957-1963 $650
David Crosby ; Up Shortly
My good friend Bob sent us about 20 Funny Pictures. Every Year he sends about 12 E-Mails with really Funny Stuff. Here are a few More in Both Parts of these January 30, 2023 Issues. To see last Issue's "Funny Stuff" click these Links
is known World Wide for having amazing Artisans. 3 of them are Bill and Debra Mack and Gary Welton. This Trio Hangs in large Spaces Year Round and comes to the Gallery 4 Times a Year. It was Great seeing them last week. Here are a few Photos I took.
David Crosby, the legendary singer-songwriter and founding member of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, has died, a source close to the musician confirmed Thursday. He was 81. The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee died after a long illness, his wife said in a statement to Variety.
"He was lovingly surrounded by his wife and soulmate Jan and son Django," she told the outlet. "Although he is no longer here with us, his humanity and kind soul will continue to guide and inspire us. His legacy will continue to live on through his legendary music." In a Facebook post, former bandmate Graham Nash recalled the focus on their sometimes-volatile relationship — Crosby lashed out at him publicly as recently as two years ago in an interview with the Guardian — but said that the "pure joy" of making music with Crosby was what mattered most.
"David was fearless in life and in music," Nash said. "He leaves behind a tremendous void as far as sheer personality and talent in this world. He spoke his mind, his heart, and his passion through his beautiful music and leaves an incredible legacy. These are the things that matter most." Crosby’s final release, “Live at the Capitol Theater,” came out last month. In an interview with the site ultimateclassicrock.com, he described the performance captured in the recording as “magical.” Crosby, who was born in Los Angeles, joined the Byrds in 1964, scoring their first hit with Bob Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man." Crosby, Stills & Nash — later known as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young when joined by musician Neil Young — were founded the following year and released a series of hits with "Marrakesh Express," "Just a Song Before I Go," "Woodstock" and others. The band's album, "Looking Forward," was released in 1999. Crosby was inducted to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice — once in 1991 with the Byrds and again six years later with Crosby, Stills & Nash. In last month's interview, he said that he was no longer touring because of tendonitis in both hands. PHOTO BELOW
Crosby, Stills and Nash posing backstage at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco on November 23 1991 (L-R): David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash. (Clayton Call / Redferns file).
The Next Walk on White is February 16, 2023 and the February 13, 2023 Issue will have Photos from the January Walk on White. Here are a few Tease Photographs from the January "WALK". WWW.WALKONWHITEKEYWEST.COM
An ALLISON ZUCKER-PERELMAN Promotion :561-715-9525 Allison@RelevantCommunications.Net .. Go to Part 2 of the January 30, 2023 Issue for Greater Detailed Information on the event below
More Information on the South Florid Symphony Orchestra Concert in Part 2 of this January 30, 2023 ( Which Hopefully will go out in time for you to see this Excellent Event)
FRINGE THEATER WWW.FRINGETHEATER.ORG 305-731-0581
FEB 15-25, 2023 by Ben Harrison "EL ISLENO 1921"
Ben Harrison’s New Musical Showcases an All-Star Band
It’s December 1921 and business has never been better at The Red Rooster Tea & Coffee shop, Key West’s local speakeasy and sporting house. Love, Lust, Ragtime and Jazz fill the air until a fated night with a mackerel sky.
El Isleño 1921: The Untold Key West Story, which opens at the Fringe Theater next month, is the legend of Manuel Cabeza (El Isleño) reimagined by musician/playwright Ben Harrison. With opening night already sold out, Fringe Theater is looking at a booming two week run of this roaring ragtime musical production, February 15-25th at 600 White Street.
It all began when Ben volunteered to be a Friends of the Cemetery tour guide. His assignment one chilly Sunday in January 2019 was El Isleño’s grave:
R.I.P. Manuel “El Isleño” Cabezas, born New Years Day 1887; died Christmas Day 1921.
Ben, who has lived and performed in Key West since the 70s, has a fondness for storytelling and a keen interest in the history of the island. Through research in the archives of the Monroe County Library and conversations with master local historian, Tom Hambright, Ben discovered the story of that one fateful night on the eve of Christmas Eve in Bahama Village in 1921.
By 2021, exactly one hundred years after the original events took place, the project of creating the musical was well underway.
“I was excited about writing music from this era because it is filled with enthusiasm, movement, and life’s promise. On the other hand, writing songs for a moment this intense was like going from light to dark and back again,” says Ben, “The rough and tumble history of the island in 1921—this was like putting a human puzzle together—riveting. It’s taking the available facts and walking the streets of Key West in the character’s shoes.”
The large all-local cast will share the stage with a live band that incorporates piano, traditional Afro/Cuban drums, guitar, upright bass, trombone, and flugelhorn. Local musicians, Michael Robinson (Musical Director/Piano), Larry Baeder (Guitar) and Paulie Walterson (Percussion), will be joined by accomplished New York City jazz bassist, Santi Debriano, and Grammy award winning trombonist, Xito Lovell. Together, they are the Red Rooster Ragtime Band.
In fact, the local members of the Red Rooster Ragtime Band regularly meet each Monday and have been doing so for months. “We musical compadres believe what we are doing is more than just reliving the past. To get ready for the show, we sing and play the songs of the character’s lives determined to tell their —untold—story to the best of our abilities. I care about these characters. I want to do them justice,” says Ben.
On the topic of his musical compadres, Ben states, “Michael has the patience and ability to work with my strengths and do what I can’t— arrange and expand the music. Paulie’s groove shapes the songs. He knows the musical history and persuasions of Key West percussion, which has a lot to do with the Afro/Cuban rhythms. Larry is a serious musical historian and period player.”
El Isleño: The Untold Key West Story is Ben Harrison’s third fully-produced musical based on Key West history. Its story of mystery, grit, tragedy, and redemption makes this show a must see!
Tickets are $35 and $50 and are available at fringetheater.org or by calling the Fringe Theater Box Office at 305-731-0581. Seating is limited, so audience members are encouraged to get their tickets early.
Everyone's Good Friend Michael Palmer was in town to Kick Off the 2023 GingerBread Square Gallery Season. Photos from the event are here in Part 1 and in Part 2 of Our January 30, 2023 Issues.
ALSO Opening Event for the Pam Folsom and Christo Calivas on Monday January 30, 2023 5-7 FLYER BELOW after the Michael Palmer Feature
Many additional Paintings from Michael Palmer and GingerBread Square Gallery in Part 2 of this January 30, 2023 Issue
SHOSTAKOVICH SYMPHONY NO. 9
GOTTSCH WORLD PREMIERE
GREAT OPERA ARIAS BY PUCCINI & VERDI
Tues., Jan. 24 | New World Center, Miami Beach
Wed., Jan. 25 | The Parker, Ft. Lauderdale
Sat., Jan. 28 | Tennessee Williams Theatre at The College of the Florida Keys
A musical adventure awaits as South Florida Symphony's Maestra Sebrina Alfonso conducts Shostakovich's neo-classical Ninth Symphony; the World Premiere of Composer-in-Residence John Gottsch’s Ocklawaha -- inspired by Florida's rich history and wild nature; plus, arias from some of the greatest operas of all time including Puccini’s La Bohèmeand Madama Butterfly, Verdi’s La Traviata and Rigoletto, and more.-- featuring soprano Catalina Cuervo and tenor Adam Diegel.
Experience the thrill, joy and passion of live classical music from just $15*!
WORLD REKNOWNED CONCERT PIANIST SVETLANA SMOLINA playing with Violinist Albert Markov
SVETLANA VIDEO LINK BELOW
A Concert with Violin Great : Albert Markov ; and of course World Renowned Concert Pianist SVETLANA SMOLINA
MINIMALISM OBSERVED, Jag Gallery’s new exhibit, opened on Friday, January 13th, welcomes two artists, both familiar to the local art community, for their formal Jag debuts. Tory Mata and P. A. Blundell’s expressions in mixed media utilizing materials of all sorts deliver simple, yet complex executions, delicate and soothingly appealing as they are commanding.
Tory Mata, seen in group and solo shows in Key West is a two-time recipient of the Anne McKee Artist Grant and recently the prestigious Artist’s Grant from the South Florida Cultural Consortium for Monroe County explores, in her new body of work, the subtle nature of awareness and the unifying balance of opposing beings to captivating effect.
Blundell, who shares his time between Key West and Ontario returned in November with a small trove of assemblage; sculptural works of found objects, masterly constructed during the summer from gatherings of last season’s explorations throughout the lower keys.
Also on view will be new works in bronze from award winning sculptor Walter Horak.
A gallery reception to to meet the artists, Friday, January 13th from 5-7 is free and open to the public.
Jag Gallery, recognized as one of the region’s finest, exhibits work of contemporary art from some of Key West’s most noted artists and others nationwide, is located at the Simonton Street entrance to Duval Square, 1075 Duval Street C 23 with ample, free parking is open daily. For hours and additional information call 305.407.6202 or email email@example.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram
JENN AND MICHAEL FROM STONE SOUP GALLERY Came to the Opening Exhibition Event at Jag Gallery. Next Three Photos Below Works from Tory Mata : A Wall from Tory Mata, "Passages Series : A Path Diverged" Clay and Mixed Media on Panel 60 X 48 (Diptych), "Imperfect Vessell" Porcelain 32 X 10 X 8
1) "KINGSTON TRIO" by JOHN MARTINI Polychrome Steel 46 X 18 X 19 and Stand 17 X 17
2) More from Tory Mata
3) We Continue in Part 2 of this January 30, 2023 Issue with the Paul Blundell Exhibition
Tory Mata was the Guest Speaker at the last JAG GALLERY "Gallery Chat".
MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SPEAKER SERIES MONDAY JANUARY 30 6 TO 7PM DR. DOUG MADER 700 FLEMMING STREET OUTDOORS IN THE PALM GARDEN
The Vet at Noah’s Ark: Stories of Survival from an Inner-City Animal Hospital follows Dr. Doug Mader and his staff over the course of a year at his inner-city Los Angeles veterinary hospital, where Dr. Mader treats not only dogs and cats, but also emus, skunks,snakes, foxes, monkeys, and a host of other exotic animals. The book is a heartfelt, sometimes hilarious, always suspenseful tale of the human-animal bond.
Dr. Doug Mader is a triple board-certified veterinary specialist and has been a veterinarian for over three decades. He is an internationally recognized speaker, has written three best-selling medical textbooks and numerous book chapters and scientific publications, and has had long standing pet columns in the Long Beach Press Telegram, Reptiles magazine, and the Key West Citizen. Dr. Mader is the recipient of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Award, the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Achievement Award, and the Fred L. Frye Lifetime Achievement Award for Veterinary Medicine,and is a seven-time winner of the North American Veterinary Community Speaker of the Year award and a four-time winner of the Western Veterinary Conference Educator of the Year award. He is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine in the UK. Dr. Mader practiced in California for many years, but today lives and works in the Florida Keys.
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christina Joy January 24, 2023 School Development Director Office: 305-293-1400 ext. 53428 Cell: 305-240-1324 firstname.lastname@example.org Roaring ‘20’s Gala Feb 4th to Support Key West’s Only Tuition Free Montessori School KEY WEST, FL - May Sands Montessori School, Key West’s ONLY Tuition Free Montessori School, is holding its Roaring’20s Gala on Saturday, February 4, 2023 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm at The Key West Woman’s Club at 319 Duval Street in downtown Key West. During this 4-hour extravaganza, prohibition ends at the door! All guests will enjoy an exquisite buffet of hors d'oeuvres, libations, a silent auction, live auction (including desserts), musical entertainment by DJ Jimmy Jamz and the vocal stylings of local celebrity and chanteuse, Bria Ansara. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.maysandsmontessori.com/gala. General admission tickets are $80 and include a welcome mimosa and a free drink from the bar. VIP tickets are $125 and include unlimited alcohol. 1920’s attire is encouraged, but not required. If you have never been to this historic location now is your chance! The Key West Woman’s Club (KWWC) is a volunteer service organization founded in 1915. They assist Key West and Monroe County non-profits with ongoing contributions from fundraising by its memberships. This iconic building is one of the few privately owned mansions remaining on Duval St. Located in the heart of Key West, May Sands Montessori School serves students in grades VPK8 th. As a Monroe County public charter school, May Sands Montessori School has been providing tuition-free, high quality Montessori education to residents of the lower keys for almost 25 years. The Montessori method involves multi-grade classrooms and a rich, extensive curriculum implemented with hands-on materials and cross-discipline learning. Because of the child-centered, resource intensive nature of their programming, funding received from the Monroe County School District covers only approximately 80% of the school’s annual budget, necessitating additional fundraising. May Sands Montessori School will continue to thrive and grow through the collective support of its staff, its families, and the community at large.
Choreography KYLA PISCOPINK / Musical Direction DANA P. ROWE
WED-SAT FEB 8-11 & 15-18, 8PM
$80 front row, $60, $50 mbrs. Click here for tickets: tskw.org
A funny and heartfelt new musical in which a trio of leading ladies plays over 20 roles in delightful scenes and songs about today’s every woman, Jane, learning to run in her big girl shoes. From secret desires to manic disorders, See Jane Run! takes a bold, honest, and revealing look at what’s working, what’s not, and what now?!?
Cast & Creatives, left to right: Lauren Thompson (WOMAN TWO), Maribeth Graham (WOMAN ONE), Krysten Cummings (WOMAN THREE), Murphy Davis (DIRECTOR), Kyla Piscopink (choreography), Dana P. Rowe (MUSICAL DIRECTION)
GO TO PART 2 OF 2 FROM JANUARY 30, 2023 ISSUES TO SEE ALL OF THE FEBRUARY EXHIBITIONS AND REMEMBER THAT "FIRST THURSDAY" is February 2nd. Celebrating the 4 February Exhibitions
There is no denying that the marine environment of the Florida Keys is special. We admire its sparkling turquoise color and refreshing temperatures. We are entranced by the diversity of life within it. We savor the seafood harvested from it and are grateful that the coral reef helps protect the island chain. Protecting it is a responsibility we all share.
Today, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary faces increasing challenges from natural and human-caused stressors. We invite you to work with us to address these challenges and protect this unique ecosystem for future generations.
This Issue Part 1 & Part 2 of the January 30, 2023 will have a Large Feature that we'll have in the Magazine for a few weeks with 75 Photos from the NOAA National Marine Sancturies . The 75 are from a Photo Contest and Exhibition. Here is the link from NOAA / Eco Discovery Center and the National Marine Sanctuaries to see all 75 along with a brief description of where taken and what the subjects are :
PIGEON KEY, FL – Monroe County Pro Tem Holly Merrill Raschein attended the Florida Keys Council of the Arts annual meeting held Thursday on Pigeon Key. Merrill Raschein is the Board of County Commissioners liaison for the council. The membership meeting included unveiling “Culture,” an annual magazine placed in the hotel rooms and other locations for visitors to learn about cultural events and activities throughout the Florida Keys. Monroe County Mayor Craig Cates does the welcome message in the magazine.
In addition to the magazine’s calendar of cultural events, two local writers have featured stories. Jill Zima Borski chronicles “200 Years of the Florida Keys” in her piece, and historian Brad Bertelli exposes “The Florida Keys: Historic Lighthouses, Island Wonders, and Natural Beauty.” Each spoke at the membership meeting. The county is celebrating the 200-year anniversary of Monroe County this year, and the Florida Keys Council of the Arts is helping celebrate by including bicentennial themes in its annual events.
The 2023 “Connections Project” is also celebrating 200 Years of the Florida Keys. The project will include 300 unique art pieces on 6x8 canvases that will travel from Key Largo to Key West from Feb. 7 to April 20. Receptions will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. at the following locations and are open to the public:
Baker’s Cay Resort, Key Largo, Tuesday, Feb. 7
Royal Furniture Showroom, Marathon, March 2
Artists in Paradise Gallery, Big Pine Key, March 24
Key West Library at 700 Flemming Street and Michael Nelson have 'CAFE CON LIBROS" Tuesday Mornings. Also The Monroe County Library System has their Popular Series at the KW Library 700 Flemming"Guest Author" Schedule Up Shortly
January 31 "When the Time Comes " by Kristina Neilhouse
February 2 Annette Holmstrom and Brenda Sowers "What About Your Bookshelf says about You" / "Book Collecting and the Joy of Reading"
February 16 "Escape from Ukraine by Ward Anderson.
March 16 "A Promise Kept 1934-1946 by Lew Weinstein
Raw Elements Mineral Sunscreen Dispenser Installed at the Marker Key West Harbor Resort
Reef Relief is excited to announce the installation of two Raw Elements Mineral Sunscreen Dispensers at the Marker Key West Resort. These are the first two public, 100% ‘reef friendly’ dispensers in Florida. This project is a part of Reef Relief’s safe sunscreen campaign to encourage people to use mineral sunscreen.
The dispensers allow guests to have free access to sun protection that is safe to apply to skin, and keeps the environment safe from unnecessary chemicals. Chemicals such as oxybenzone and octinoxate have proven to cause genetic damage to coral and marine animals, increase the severity of coral bleaching and cause hormone disruption in humans.
The Marker Key West Harbor Resort is located in Old Town Key West and has two pools on the property, both with a touch-free, mineral sunscreen dispenser. The dispensers come from Raw Elements, an FDA-approved, non-GMO verified and cruelty-free certified brand. They create SPF products with certified organic ingredients and prioritize protecting our skin and our reefs.
For more information about Reef Relief’s safe sunscreen campaign, visit reefrelief.org or email email@example.com.
The REEF RELIEF January Newletter has so many Interesting Sections; and I Insert them in Part 2 of the Jauary 30, 2023 Issue
We start a New Vintage Photographic Feature called "40 ASTONISHING HISTORICAL PHOTOS CAUGHT ON CAMERA" by Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY"
Girls from Roosevelt High school in LA, California Train in Marksmanship with the HS Victory Corps 1942
Sally Field as Gidget 1966
a 16 YO Arnold Schwarzenegger at His First Body Building Competition.
The British Concord Fleet at London Heathrow Airport Jan. 21,1986
Slot Machine Selling Warm Sausages on a railroad station in Germany1931
Gene Cernan smiling for the camera with his suit caked in Luna Dust December 13
Marilyn Monroe Working Out at the Bel Air Hotel 1952
Lynda Carter in London during the MISS WORLD 1972 Pageant.
1962 Operations in Holland giving Directions to Callers Who Would Inquire about Driving Directions Before They Left their Home on a Trip. We start Part 11.
Next Issue February 13, 2023 will have more of "40 ASTONISHING HISTORICAL PHOTOS CAUGHT ON CAMERA" by Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY". The January 30, 2023 Part 2 Issue will have a NEW Vintage Photographic Feature called "THIS IS 45 SPECIAL HISTORICAL PHOTOS THAT WILL LEAVE YOU AMAZED" by Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY"
The last few Years we have been Featuring ED'S AUTO REVIEW. It's Amazingly Brilliant and Entertaining. Closer to the end of this Issue ; is every URL Link to his Videos. Shown below are a few Photos from one of his most recent and entertaining videos "A Rare Look Into GM Heritage Center & Renaissance Game Center; Hit this URL Link for the Video :
Many additional Items of the Close to 1000 in their Gallery ; are shown in Our Magazine in Parts 1 and Parts 2 of these January 30, 2023 Issues.
We are pleased to share an original concert used
PINK FLOYD poster framed with a
Plus, our last available Baron Wolman photograph
of early Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett.
Showcase pieces for any collector or rock and roll fan!
PINK FLOYD - ' Dark Side Tour ' (1972)
with Signed Autograph Paper
Original first printing poster for the Rainbow Theatre
in London “ Dark Side of the Moon ” Concerts.
Feb 17th , Feb 18th & 19th, 1972.
This poster is in very good condition
for being 50 years old and has been
professionally linen-backed to help preserve it.
The poster is over 50 years old!
Framed with 5” x 7” sheet hand-signed by
David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Nick Mason,
and the late Richard Wright. The Waters, Wright and Gilmour signatures were obtained in 1974 in Liverpool, UK. The Nick Mason signature was
added in 2019 in Los Angeles CA. Richard Wright signed over his first signature from a
The signatures have been Beckett
authenticated and encapsulated.
Measures approx. 24" x 41 1/8"
in a black lacquer frame.
Gallery price $14,995.
Pink Floyd were an English rock band formed in London in 1965. Gaining a following as a psychedelic pop group, they were distinguished for their extended compositions, sonic experimentation, philosophical lyrics and elaborate live shows,
and became a leading band of the progressive rock genre.
English rock band Pink Floyd photographed at the
Casa Madrona Hotel, Sausalito, CA., November 1967.
(L-R) Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Roger Waters
and Syd Barret.
We have edition #20/150 hand-signed by the photographer, the late Baron Wolman.
In response to community requests, and to ensure pedestrian safety on the busy Eaton Street, the City of Key West has improved center line markings and signage in the area of Elizabeth, Margaret, and William streets.
Eaton Street is a county road, so our engineering and community services departments met with the county to ensure there were no objections.
Given the green light, the improvements were made.
“We are happy to do all we can to improve the safety of our residents and visitors,” said City Manager Patti McLaughlin. “This part of Old Town is quite congested, and we need to remind people to yield to pedestrians.”
The City of Key West will be hosting a parade reenacting an historical march from the 1890s, kicking off Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park's Annual Civil War Heritage Days event.
The parade begins at 4 p.m. on Friday, February 3rd. It starts with a memorial service at the historic Clinton Square at the foot of Whitehead Street.
From there, the park anticipates over 100 reenactors to march a route that will take them past the Mel Fisher Museum, down a block of Front to Duval, then up to Southard Street where they will continue until reaching Fort Zachary Taylor.
This will be the 32nd celebration of Civil War Heritage Week in which visitors to the state park will be greeted by volunteers reenacting the Union soldiers who occupied the fort during the Civil War.
Mayor Teri Johnston and the Key West City Commission have proclaimed January Key to Be the Change Mentoring Month. But for the many mentors in the community, every month is mentoring month.
First established in 2014, Keys to Be the Change provides programs, education, awareness and opportunities that empower children, youth and adults to improve health, wellness and skills for success in school and in life. Mentors play a vital role by providing crucial emotional and social support to our children and youth as they grow and develop into our next generation of future citizens and leaders.
The program collaborates with the City of Key West, the Key West Police Department, JIATFS (Joint Interagency Task Force South which includes personnel from the US Coast Guard, Army, Airforce and Marines) as well as numerous community members
"The organization recognizes that mentoring results in less truancy," reads the proclamation, "higher rates of graduation, fosters better attitudes regarding law enforcement and encourages bonding with school as well as community."
"Our kids are so lucky," said Keys to Be the Change Executive Director Heidi Golightly, "that we have these people in our back yard. They have jumped in to help our high risk youth."
She noted the youth leaders of the organization, noting that they were a testament to the success of Key to Be the Change.
In the photo: Mayor Teri Johnston and the City Commission were joined by Keys to Be the Change Executive Director Heidi Golightly and dozens of mentors at the dais.
HISTORIC KEY WEST CEMETERY STROLL, FEBRAURY 12, 2023
The second Cemetery Stroll to be offered at the Historic Key West Cemetery this season will take place on Sunday February 12th, 2023. During the stroll, small groups of visitors will be escorted to gravesites where interpreters will tell the stories of the deceased in brief monologues. The groups are scheduled for departures at 9:30, 9:50, and 10:10 am. Reservations are necessary, and can be made by calling or texting (305) 304-1453 or by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Among the gravesites we plan to visit are those of Carrie Pierce, William Kerr, Charles Dupont, John Bartlum, the Dade Lodge Plot, and the monument Los Martires De Cuba.
The tour will take approximately 90 minutes. Participants should wear comfortable shoes and plan to walk over a mile on uneven ground. Bottled water will be provided.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn first-hand about some of the fascinating people who have given Key West its colorful and significant character. Space is limited for the tours and pre-registration is required. A donation of $20 (cash or check) per person to the Historic Florida Keys Foundation is recommended, with all proceeds devoted to cemetery restoration. Participants may enter the cemetery by either the Windsor Street or Frances Street gate and go to the registration table on Palm Avenue.
The last stroll of the season will feature other gravesites and take place on March 5th.
The cemetery strolls are sponsored by the City of Key West and the Historic Florida Keys Foundation.
City Manager Patti McLauchlin named Lead Maintenance Worker Christopher Coleman Employee of the Quarter.
"Christopher is the epitome of a hard, hard worker," McLauchlin said. "Anything he's asked to do, he does it well and he does it fast."
Coleman joined Community Services in May of 2019 and worked his way up to his current position.
McLauchlin noted that she really got to know him when the pandemic hit. Coleman's role was to keep the surfaces and microphones sterile during City meetings. She noted that, no matter how long the meetings lasted, Coleman maintained a smiling, positive attitude.
"Christopher is a great example to other employees of the City," she said.
Lynn Goldsmith's imagery is in numerous collections: The Smithsonian, The Polaroid Collection, The Kodak Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the permanent collection of Museum Folkwang. She is a multi-awarded portrait photographer whose work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, Elle, Interview, The New Yorker, etc. Her subjects have varied from entertainment personalities to sports stars, from film directors to authors, from the extra-ordinary to the ordinary man on the street. Her forty years of photography have not only been an investigation into the nature of the human spirit, but also into the natural wonders of our planet.
Considered to be one of the best albums of all times. ' Purple Rain ' is highly regarded as Prince's Magnum Opus.
The ' Purple Rain ' original poster with the flower border is very difficult to find. The promotional poster was created for advertising and display in record stores, and never available for sale. This incredibly rare promo poster is in very good condition and has been linen-backed to help preserve it.
As Our Regular readers know Bill and Linda Klipp Travel the World and take Hundreds of Thousands of Photographs. Their FaceBook Pages will have Multiple Postings a day from Current Locations to past Photo shoots using their amazing extensive photo catalog. Bill and Linda have been so gracious in sharing with my 7890+ Readers just a few of their Facebook Postings. Go to the above URL Links to see so many additional Photographs of theirs. Below is AFRICA WANDERINGS BIRDER'S DELIGHT
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While the big mammals of Africa often get the most exposure traveling through East and Southern Africa is a Birder’s Delight.
The Last Stand Annual Meeting will bring together a powerhouse of 6 local storytellers all on one stage at Hugh’s View Roof Terrace at the Studios of Key West.
“Through the Eyes of Story Tellers: What Makes the Keys Unique and Worth Protecting” panel discussion will be emceed by Gwen Filosa, a Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter who covers the Keys for Miami’s NPR station, WLRN.
Panelists will feature:
Rita Troxel, who moved to Key West in 1974, and wrote Home at the End of the World, a collection of Key West tales from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s.
Lucy Burdette aka Roberta Isleib, author of 21 books including A Dish To Die For, her latest in the Key West mystery series.
Hayes Blinckmann author, journalist and artist, currently teaching a writing course at The Studios of Key West and publishing her latest book, Here, Kitty.
Linda Grist Cunningham, editor of the Key West Island News whose columns appear in the Keys Citizen.
Nancy Klingener, who arrived in Key West in 1991 and is the Community Affairs Manager for the Monroe County Public Library and has worked for the WLRN News, the Key West Citizen and Solares Hill.
This unique event is open to Last Stand members only, so be sure to renew your 2023 Membership today! We encourage new members to join, so feel free to share this email with friends!
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WANNA PLAY AROUND?!
Keys Community Concert Band is looking for musicians for Pops in the Park concerts. If you play (or used to play) a band instrument, please consider joining this fun and active group on Mondays 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Key Largo School at mm 105-oceanside. No auditions, but you need to be able to read music. If you have not done that for a while, we will help you remember and if you need an instrument, we can supply one. Rehearsals began Nov. 7th for our once-a-month concert series (Nov through April). For more information, please call 305-394-1123.
Alaen's Feature will be in Part 2 of January 16, 2023. Alaen has Two Exhibitions currently on Display : Many Cuban / Latin American Artisans at ART BY PASTA in Islamorada. The Other in Marathon and Features Carlos Guzman