THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS AUGUST 10, 2020
THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
AUGUST 10, 2020
We start off each Issue with our Lead Tease Photos (Each Photo will Represent Just a Few of the Features in this Issue). This Week in the August 10th., 2020 Issue : Pt. 3 of Groovy History's "67 Colorized Photos that Captured Way More Then Expected", MOTE Plants Coral + Re-Vitalizes Large Areas, The Key West Art Gallery starts a Multi-Week Feature Presenting 6 of their Artists Each Week (Below : Myung Mario Jung & D. Arthur), Pt. 1 Animal Mothers (Really Cute Photos), Ralph DePalma "The Soul of Key West : Featuring Clayton Lopez", The Brilliant Art of World - Renowned Adam Scott Rote and "Provocative & Sensuous Fine Art" 8/12-16.
The Next Batch of Photos Representing Many of the Features in this Issue August 10 : Pt. 1 "48 Funny Vintage Photographs" from the Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today", Our Weekly Photographic Journey around Town with Roberta DePiero & Friends, Our Final Chapter of the 2020 WWW.TSKW.ORG Summer Member's Exhibition 2020 Mango Madness (Below by Christopher Santoro "Mango Tango", Bill & Linda Klipp Amamzing Nature Photographs, Fantasy Fest, KW Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden Presents Two Annual Events "KW Art Garden" & "ScareCrow Competition", Last Part of Re-Visiting 2013/2014 through "WEYW-TV's "GOOD MORNING FLORIDA KEYS WITH JENNA STAUFFER", Then Another Feature in this Issue : Johnny White's Mile Zero Key West.
THE NEXT PHOTOS FROM FEATURES IN THIS AUGUST 10th. ISSUE : Letty Nowak's "Jag" Gallery Presents "Portraits", Mike Mongo's "Astronaut Adventures", TSKW Presents the Play "Hatpins" by Karen Leonard 8/18-23 + "Between Two Palms" with Anika Larsen and Marisa Tomei + Screenwriting Workshop, Bahama Village's Arch, and the Complete (No Audio Problems) Video from the July 27 Candidate Q & A, Zazoo Fine Art & Entertainment Photographic Gallery Presents "Jerry Garcia Rock Angel" by Celebrity Artist Joe Petruccio
THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
AUGUST 10th., 2020 ; going out to 7800 Weekly.
The Weekly "CRISIS INFORMATION CENTER" Feature has Grown Large in Order to keep you Well Informed from
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WE START OUR AUGUST 10TH. ISSUE WITH
Letty Nowak and Guest Curator Alaen Ledesma Fernandez Present
Welcome to visit us at JAG Gallery.
“ PORTRAIT Invitational “ ; is Open all day With the artworks of prestigious artists; until 6:00 pm .
We have invited John Martini, Letty Nowak, Eric Anfinson, Sharon McGauley, Carol Munder, Susan Sugar, Adam Russell, Yana Golikova, Charlie J. Meyers, AD Tinkham, Rick Worth, Johnny White, Lincoln Perry , Lucy Stevens, Cathy Rose, Sandra Rodriguez Naranjo and Emmanuel Dias to exhibit in our show , the Portrait Invitational. We are honored and excited to be showing this work through August. Editor's Note : Call the Gallery for hrs for all 7 days.
WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty's Gallery "JAG" 1075 Duval Square (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.
MORE OF "PORTRAITS" in the August 17th Issue. We Now Start Part 1 of "Animal Mothers"
Children are always letting their curiosity get the best of them, but our pets are no better. So, when you have both a cat and a kitten in your home, you can expect that they're going to be up to no goo more often than not. While this kitty may have had good intentions, perhaps reaching for a treat for both her and mom, it's more likely that she's just adding to the chaos. It's like when your kid tries to make you breakfast in bed. Their hearts are always in the right place but they tend to leave us with quite the mess to clean up. Fortunately for this kitten, her mom was around to help her reach those snacks. It's one way parents can bond with their kids!
Look at these two lovebirds! The way they're looking at their offspring with such admiration and pride resembles every new parent as they look upon their newborn in the hospital. Likely these two lovebirds are proud of the results of their combined DNA. When this 50 Shades of Grey ladybird and Tucan Sam male mated, they produced some truly unique birds. As the perfect combination of the two, this look of admiration won't last forever. After several sleepless nights, they'll probably start looking upon their kids with eyes of exhaustive regret.
One of the most difficult parts of being a new parent is waking up every night to feed the baby. While humans are stuck powering through these first few months, mothers of the animal kingdom have figured out a way to multitask so that they don't even have to move when their offspring get hungry. Take this rhino for example. While she's in a deep sleep dreaming about what life was like before she had a kid, her newborn is able to safely feed itself without disturbing mom. This gives a whole new perspective to late-night feedings! If only humans could figure out a way to feed their child without having to wake up.
Whose Baby is This?
Every mother or father has at one time or another called their child by the wrong name. It's only human nature! However, it's not often that parents forget what their children look like and take home a different kid by accident. But that's totally what this kitty mother just did! This cat mistook this owl for one of her kittens, and it took her a while to figure out her mistake. Too long. It wasn't until she started bathing the strange feathered kitten that she even took a second look at her baby. This photo was caught after the cat paused, suddenly realizing this wasn't her child. Hilariously enough, the owl seems to be quite surprised too!
Play Time is Over
Tugging on a child’s ear is a form of discipline as old as time. It causes enough discomfort to get a kid to behave without causing any actual pain, and it seems like humans aren’t the only ones to use this technique. Parents of the animal kingdom will often carry their offspring by the ear when they aren’t behaving. That’s exactly what this mama bear is doing as she carries her child by the ear. While there’s no way of being certain if she’s bringing her furry child out of their cave for some fresh air or back into the cave where it’s safe, this mom definitely has their best interest in mind. It may look harsh, but it doesn’t hurt and it’s actually a common way polar bears carry around their young.
The Joys Of Parenthood
When you become a parent, a lot of things about you are going to change, especially your priorities. You begin to stop spending money on frivolous things to buy cribs, diapers, playpens, baby swings, safety gates, and baby locks. Why? Because parents want to keep their space clean and their kids out of harm's way. When we bring dogs into our homes, we tend to do the same
PART 6 of 6 Since the 2020 Mango Madness Comes Down August 22 and we have 25 Additional Jpegs of the Art ; we are going to Show All 25 in this Issue
2020 MANGO MADNESS started with one of the Best Kick Off Events (PRODUCTION) from Marky and Wonder Dog Productions
The TSKW Sends Regards and Tells us : We’re happy to report over 90 artists shared works for this year’s members show. For the first time ever, we’re delighted to be able to offer all works online. Looking for a specific artist? Artwork is arranged alphabetically by artist last name.
Work can be purchased online, or you can do it the old fashioned way by giving us a call at 305-296-0458.
(You can also see the work in person Wednesdays-Saturdays July 3-August 22, 12noon-4pm and by appointment. Please call us to make an appointment. Masks required. Maximum 10 person capacity. Read more here about our safety protocols.)
CLICK THIS LINK TO SEE THE 1 HR VIDEO KICK OFF EVENT (VERY UNIQUE & ENTERTAINING) which includes a ROOF TOP Message from Jed Dobbs and Eleana Devers. Then Wonder Dog Talent SUS & MORGAN. With Bartender Andy and TSKW's ERIN STOVER-SICKMEN making a Few Stops Around Town Delivering Mango Drinks, and then constant Cut Backs to Sus & Morgan Introducing a Few Works of Art on the First Floor
From Alyson Crean Communications Manager City of Key West
MANY ADDITIONAL FORMAL CITY OF KEY WEST MESSAGES AND NOTICES IN OUR CRISIS INFORMATION CENTER AT THE END OF THIS ISSUE
Vice Mayor Sam Kaufman and Mayor Teri Johnston joined with the entire City Commission to commend the city’s first responders for their dedication during the current health emergency.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the City of Key West has relied upon first responders to protect the well-being of all members of the Key West community,” reads the proclamation. “Members of the Key West Police Department, the Key West Fire Department and Key West Code Compliance Department have provided selfless service in the interests of preserving public health.”
The officials noted that first responders, at substantial personal risk, have diligently worked to crush the curve and to aid individuals and families that are facing health challenges.
“Frontline officers and emergency personnel continue to demonstrate professionalism and dedication,” it reads, “always putting the health and safety of the people of Key West first.”
In the photo: Vice Mayor Sam Kaufman, Fire Chief Alan Averette, Commissioner Clayton Lopez, Police Chief Sean Brandenburg, Code Compliance Director Jim Young, Commissioner Gregory Davila, Mayor Teri Johnston and Commissioner Billy Wardlow are joined by rescue workers, police officers and code compliance officers for the commission’s commendation.
BOARD MEMBER SEATS AVAILABLE
Customer Rep and Roofer Seats Available for Contractors Examining Board
The City of Key West would like to announce that there are two vacancies on the seven-member Contractor’s Examining Board (CEB). These positions are appointed by Mayor Teri Johnston.
The vacant positions on the board are for a consumer representative and a roofer. For additional information and/or to apply, please visit our website at www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov. For more information, call Monroe Holloway III at 305-809-3868.
MORE FROM ALYSON CREAN AND THE CITY OF KEY WEST INCLUDING : Putting Up a SPECTACULAR ARCH at the Entrance of Bahama Village
WEST MARTELLO TOWER AND BOTANICAL GARDENS 1100 ATLANTIC BLVD.
WWW.KEYWESTGARDENCLUB.COM 305-294-3210 OPENED IN 1862
They are now OPEN ONLY Sat & Sun 9:30a-12:30p, and wisely require MASKS even though you are outside ( AND ASK PLEASE NO GROUPS OVER 10)
ROBERTA DEPIERO & Gal Pals Almost Everyday will travel (Journey) around Key West / Stock Island with some friends and sometimes Solo. I want to Thank You Roberta & Friends for providing amazing images ; especially to those like myself that are in Total Lockdown ISO.
Roberta's Comments from her Facebook Posting of these Photos are :
So we are embarking on completing the Key West Historic Marker Tour. There are 120 sites to locate. Here are our first ones. FREE maps available at the USS Ingham Museum.
Stop 27. The Cable Hut at the Southernmost Point corner of South and Whitehead. Call the number to hear more. The Cable Hut. Circa 1917. housed underwater telegraph lines to Havana, first international phone call.
#17. Eduardo Gato Cigar Factory. 1100 Simonton Street. Circa 1871. Call the number to hear more information on this building. Gato Cigar Factory Museum, 1100 Simonton Street, circa 1920. One of the largest hurricane-proof cigar factories, built like a fortress. There is really great information and cigar labels in the lobby. When I moved here in 1991, this was the commissary for the Navy. It now houses a lot of different Monroe county agencies.
#21 Gatoville, 1200 Block of Simonton. This marker is in front of First State Bank. Call the number for more information. So this is in the 1200 block of Simonton Street now. "Gatoville" circa 1890. The first industrial housing community in the U.S. and built for the cigar makers that worked in the Gato Cigar Factory in the next block.
#20 Gato Village Pocket Park. 616 Louisa Street, behind First State Bank. Call the number for more information on this location. Circa 2008. Experience an 1889 Gato cigar maker's cottage and world's largest cigar sculpture.
"Soul of Key West" from a few Years back Featuring Commissioner Clayton Lopez and Christine Cordone Smith. PS : Be Glad to give the name of the Drummer Next Week ( Please Identify)
That was a Quick Tease of Part 1 "48 Funny Vintage Photos" from You Tube Content Provider "Yesterday / Today" . Next Week will have Many Additional Photos as well as the 3 or 4 weeks to follow.
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Summer greetings from Impromptu Concerts wherever you might be. We trust that all are safe. Covid-19 has interrupted all of our lives.
Please be assured that Impromptu is on top of developments in this ongoing saga and is working with all the guidelines to continue our programming as soon as possible.
Leonard Bernstein said “Music . . . can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable.”
In 2018, Impromptu produced a program REMEMBERING LENNY, a celebration of the love affair between Leonard Bernstein and Key West. We invite you to either revisit this exciting evening or view it for the first time on our website: http://www.keywestimpromptu.org.
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The August 3rd Issue had many additionalphotos from the TDC; so go to their website to look at ALL the Pics they have in the August "Keys Traveler" and of course Hundreds of Photos, Videos, and Articles..Here is the Link to August 3rd.
We now continue with our Multi Part / Multi Week Feature Showing a few Works from Many of their Artists
Apollinaire "Woman, Horse and Death"
38 x 28 cm
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38 x 28 cm
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Mao Zedong "The Turtle Mountains"
38 x 28 cm
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Afternoon in the Park
Original Oil Painting
24 x 24 in
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Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
39.50 x 43 in
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Down by the River
Original Oil Painting on Artist Board
24 x 32 in
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Original Oil Painting on Canvas
12 x 36 in
Original Oil Painting on Canvas
8 x 20 in
Pearl of Wisdom
Original Painting on Canvas
16 x 12 in
16 x 16 in
40 x 40 in
12 x 16 in
More from The Key West Art Gallery in the August 17th Issue; Featuring 6 More Artists with 3 to 5 Works Each. Please remember the Adam Scott Rote Exhibition August 12-16 Details Further Down IN THIS Issue. ALSO
HIT THIS LINK TO SEE THE VAST COLLECTION OF PETER MAX THAT THE KEY WEST GALLERY HAS TO OFFER
We continue with Part 3 of Photos from just one of Hundreds of Groovy History Features. This Feature : Called "67 PHOTOS THAT CAPTURED WAY MORE THEN EXPECTED" by Jacob Shelton. Here is the Link to AL 67 Photos with Verbiage in case you can't wait for the next few weeks / Issues.
As a young woman Sally Field’s career was launched into the stratosphere with her role as Gidget in 1965, the surfer babe with a knack for getting into trouble. Field was only 18 when she won the role, impressing the casting director with her spunk and down to Earth honesty. She explained: After the first night of my workshop, a casting guy asked me if I had an agent. I didn't, but I still went in for an interview. The waiting room was filled with girls who looked like movie stars. They all had professional head shots; the only pictures I had were wallet photos of me with my friends. At my screen test, I walked in and said, ‘Which one is the camera?’ The crew members were like, ‘Oh, boy.’ But the casting director said, ‘You're it.’ God was looking out for me. He thought he'd throw me in the ocean and see if I could swim.
Taken by Felice Beato, the original version of this photo was hand colored by the photographer. He preferred to take full-length portraits taken in the studio in order to focus on the traditional costumes and traditions of the culture that fascinated him.
His photos of Japan and Japanese traditions featured vignetting around the edges in order to give them a more painterly quality. The traditional armored costume shown here was worn by the samurai, a soldier of a noble class who carried out the wishes of Japan’s rulers from the 12th century until the 1800s.
It's not exactly clear what the samurai is holding in his hand, but even if its a tickle weapon this guy has enough sharp implements on him that will make you want to keep your distance.
The life of Winston Churchill was sculpted by his dedication to Great Britain and its army. As a member of the 4th Queen's Hussar's Cavalry the young Churchill recognized that he was serving during “the august, unchallenged and tranquil glories of the Victorian Era,” a time when England was totally unchallenged as a military force.
During his time as a member of Hussar’s Cavalry Churchill’s time was divided between a seven month summer training season of training and five months of extended leave.
During a period of leave in 1895 Churchill took off for Cuba in order to have a personal adventure before shipping off to India with the rest of his regiment.
Following their engagement, John F. Kennedy and Jacquelyn Bouvier went on a trip to to the Kennedy family home in Hyannis Port on Cape Cod with a reporter in tow to capture their newly engaged bliss.
An entire issue of Life Magazine was dedicated to their engagement photos. It was published on July 20 with the headline “Senator Kennedy Goes a-Courting.” It’s clear that Jackie loves John in these photos, but she later explained that her love wasn’t meant to be taken as putting him on a pedestal:
Now, I think that I should have known that he was magic all along. I did know it — but I should have guessed that it would be too much to ask to grow old with and see our children grow up together. So now, he is a legend when he would have preferred to be a man.
As strange as it may sound, Civil War veterans were still alive and kicking well into the 20th century. Famously, the last surviving Civil War veteran passed away in 1956, although it’s likely that there were a few more kicking around at the same time.
During the Civil War there young men were conscripted into battle if they could hold a gun and follow orders, which means that some veterans likely had entire adult lives to lead after they served in the bloodiest war fought on American soil. Imagine the kinds of stories that guys like this must have had.
Sophia Loren has been one of the most eye catching actress since her debut in the 1951 film Quo Vadis when she was only 17 years old. Since then she’s appeared in a myriad of roles playing sexy seductresses to comedic foils. In all that time it’s never felt like she’s made a misstep.
When asked if there’s anything she would have done differently with her life, Loren offered this sage advice: In a long, long career like I had—and by the way, I have—it’s very difficult to be able to criticize some of the moments that you do by yourself that you never tell to other people. It’s a very normal thing to do because you cannot every time have a big victory – no, there have been moments, maybe weak moments, where you did something that you are not really very happy about.
We tend to think of Albert Einstein as this vaulted genius who handed down theories and equations from on high, but he was nothing like that. Einstein didn’t see himself as God’s gift to intellect, but as an artist whose medium was science. In 1929 he told the Saturday Evening Post:
I believe in intuitions and inspirations. I sometimes feel that I am right. I do not know that I am… [but] I would have been surprised if I had been wrong… I am enough of the artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.
By combining knowledge, imagination, and inspiration Einstein was able to open himself up to discoveries that many scientists and heavy thinkers would likely ignore.
During the 1970s one of the easiest ways to get around the country was hitchhiking… even if it was a little dangerous. Young people were drawn to the call of the two lane black top and the freedom that came with hopping in a random car and seeing where they ended up.
Some form or another of hitchhiking has existed since travel via cart has been a thing, but during the Great Depression the idea of sticking out your thumb and heading on down the road.
In the ‘70s it made sense to put your life in the hands of a stranger, but as the road grew more dangerous young people stopped hitchhiking and let this mode of travel slip into memory.
Explorations of the Arctic were all the rage at the turn of the century. Explorers were competing with one another to be the first person to reach the South Pole and in 1911 British explorer Robert Falcon Scott set out on the Terra Nova Expedition to make his mark on history.
The party experienced intense blizzards, animals that dropped due to the bone chilling cold, and claims that the men were on nothing more than a “pole hunt.”
On January 16, 1912, after nearly a year of hardship Scott’s team set out across the Great Ice Barrier and journeyed through white nothingness until they reached a flag, they’d been beaten to the poll by Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen by a month.
We tend of think of Charlie Chaplin as his most famous character the Tramp, but he was nothing like the bowler hat wearing, down on his luck man that he portrayed onscreen.
He started his life as a boy in poverty, the son of a failing actress, but he quickly took to the stage and made his way to America from London. It didn’t take long before he was a sensation. While performing in the New York vaudeville world the concept of the Tramp came to him via memories of his father. He explained:
It was just released whole from somewhere deep within my father, it was really my father’s alter ego, the little boy who never grew up: ragged, cold, hungry, but still thumbing his nose at the world.
WWW.GROOVYHISTORY.COM Go to their website and spend Days Looking at Hundreds of Thousands of Photo Features. More Groovy History in the August 17th. Issue and Up Shortly some Info. on Just a few of their Editors / Writers.
THIS ISSUE ENDS OUR MULTI-PART / MULTI WEEK FEATURES on our Daily Morning TV Show ; Good Morning Florida Keys with Jenna Stauffer. Thanks Rick Belizzi and Jenna for Bringing me On Board 2012 to Work for WEYW-TV. Many Great Experiences that Allowed me to become Very Familiar with Key West; since we Produced Hundreds of Segments ( 3 to 4 per 1/2 HR Show for 3 Years)
Here is the Good Morning Florida Keys Entire Show that Featured Elizabeth Young President of The Florida Keys Council of the Arts APPEARANCE 2ND WK OF JAN 03 SHOW #229
HERE ARE A FEW GOOD MORNING FLORIDA KEYS ON WEYW-TV SEGMENTS. There should be Hundreds of You-Tube Segments out there since Jenna and I produced Hundreds of Daily Morning TV Shows. Each Show Having Three to Four Segments.
AUGUST 12-16 ADAM SCOTT ROTE Exhibition "THE PROVOCTIVE & SENSUAL FINE ART of ADAM SCOTT ROTE"
Adam Scott Rote American Ruin Series" Launched Him Into a Decade Long Wildly Succesful Career which has earned him the Distinquished Accolade of Being The Most Callaborated Fine Artist with Academy Award & Legendary Performers Than any Living or Passed Artist in the World
"MILLER'S TALE 2 UNIQUE ON CANVAS 45 X 30 $5,995
"The artist's multi-dimensional paintings allow us to become a participant in places the rest of the world has forgotten. We witness the abandonment of life that once resonated within these structures and ponder his choice of figures and objects.
The detail work is mesmerizing. For some the vintage color palette and subject matter cannot help but trigger bittersweet memories. Still in the end he has created a window for us finding the beauty in the decay, Adam has captured the feeling of standing while watching the light fall onto the past." - Salon Magazine Art Review
These works are in the gallery and can ship out very quickly. We are offering complimentary crating, shipping, and insurance anywhere in the USA that typically is $600-$1,000. We also offer international shipping.
Look for more reveals as he prepares for The Provocative and Sensual Fine Art Exhibition arriving this August.
"CHARLOTTE SOMETIMES" UNIQUE ON CANVAS 37 X 51 $5995
"SALTON SEA" UNIQUE ON CANVAS 38 X 60 $5995
"MILLERS TALE UNIQUE MULTI-PANEL INSTALLATION $7,995
"DREAM A LITTLE DREAM ORIGINAL PAINTING $65,000
"VAGABOND" UNIQUE ON CANVAS 4X x 38
"SOUTHERN CROSS UNIQUE ON CANVAS 48 X 32 $5995
THIS ISSUE HAS MANY SECTIONS FOR THE KEY WEST GALLERY Including THE ADAM SCOTT EXHIBITION, EXTENSIVE LIST OF ARTIST APPEARANCES AND EVENTS, + Featuring the Next Few Weeks Many of ther Year Round Artists Each showing off 3 to 5 works. All will continue shortly.
Delta Wanderings – A GRAND OLD TIME WITH RIVER OTTERS
Delta Wanderings – A grand old time
What a treat last night, we came across a romp of about 8 River Otters as they met up with another romp. We counted 15 Otters in all and watched them as they fed on crayfish while the young pups wrestled and played in the water.
The funny thing was as we watched them a ski boat went by totally oblivious to 8 Otters swimming right next to their boat. People ask how do we find all these critters? It starts with paying attention to your surroundings.
Effusion Gallery is happy to offer two unique collections from artist Anna Sweet.
Anna's 'Babes' collection feature underwater photographs that reveal the sensuality and elegance of women throughout the most exotic waters of the world. All pieces are limited edition, available in multiple sizes and are enhanced with mineral and resin elements.
Inspired by real life beaches, her 'Waves' collection feature several mediums that come together creating an almost photorealistic view of the sea from above. Each piece is made by hand, customizable and one of a kind.