The Last Issue of May 9; had Roberta DePiero's Weekly Feature "Photographic Journeys Around Key West & The Keys" and Featured the Current Mayoral Exhibition at the Monroe County Library at 700 Fleming Street. Click the May 9th. URL Link to that Issue : MAY 9 2022 THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
A Popular Weekly Feature 'PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEYS AROUND THE KEYS WITH ROBERTA DePIERO
Here is something really interesting to see at the Monroe County Library at 700 Flemming Street : An Exhibition on the Key West Mayors by Betty J. Darst Shot by Roberta
Click the Blue Link Below to see ALL of the Photos of the Mayors from the
May 9th. Issue :
MAY 9 2022 THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE AND FRIENDS
The Next Feature after this "JAG" feature will be Roberta's DePiero's Visit to the 2022 12th Annual Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
WWW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty Nowak's "JAG" 1075 Duval Square (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.
KALINE CARTER RETURNS TO JAG GALLERY 5/14-5/31
EDITOR's NOTE : A Sincere WELCOME to the New Gallery Manager : Chas Hickey. In the 3 Weeks he has been at the Gallery ; we have Had 2 Lengthy Discussions on ART. The Conversation was Very Interesting / Informative. Stop by the Gallery and say Hello to Letty and Chas. Ed
JAG Gallery welcomes the return of painter Kaline Carter for a solo exhibition with works from his popular KEY WEST HOMES series of clean, straight lined, minimal compositions.
Kaline often thinks of the color of the sky wherever he paints. “The color of the sky in Key West is very different from a place like Palm Springs—there is more water, more density in the color of Key West, so I try to replicate that in my work. I have had a little more fun adding some more intricate details into my Key West paintings lately—more challenging characteristics, like a bannister or a fence. These details have provided me a great challenge.”
Parsons trained, Carter slipped away from painting for many years until, as an advertising rep for SOUTHWEST ART magazine he met Texas artist Ann Crouch who lured him back to the easel. Heavily influenced by artists like Agnes Martin, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, and others, Carter developed the process and technique creating a signature style for which he is known today.
Here are first batch of many Photographs that Roberta DePiero took on her recent visit to the THE 12TH ANNUAL KEY WEST ART GARDEN from THE KEY WEST TROPICAL FOREST & BOTANICAL GARDEN 5210 COLLEGE ROAD, KW, FL. 33040 305-296-1504 WWW.KEYWEST.GARDEN
1) MANTA BY TIM MARSHALL CURTIS
2) GOAT BY OVELO WOOD
3) COUPLE BY JIM RACCHI
4) BLOOMING BY JACKIE SANCHEZ
5) MERMAID SPIRIT
Up Shortly More "Photographic Journeys Around Key West and The Keys" From Executive Contributing Editor : ROBERTA DePIERO
Long-term recovery will be the focus of the annual Hurricane Preparedness Workshop for the Florida Keys Tourism Industry set to begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 26.
The free three-hour virtual event is being organized by the Monroe County Tourist Development Council in partnership with the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and Key West.
Ken Graham, National Hurricane Center Director - Keynote presenter will discuss recent hurricane activity highlighting several "gotchas." He'll also share details on a new Hurricane and Ocean Testbed research facility that has debuted at NHC.
Kevin Guthrie, Florida's Emergency Management Director - planned state efforts to aid the Keys after a storm
Shannon Weiner, Monroe County Emergency Management Director - local plans to aid long-term recovery as well as a review of the county's planned protective actions and new re-entry guidelines
Jon Rizzo, Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the Florida Keys National Weather Service Office - local office interfaces with the NHC and how the Keys weather office supports recovery efforts
Clint Barras, VP Two Oceans Digital, TDC Web Provider - details on TDC's emergency accommodations website module
Andy Newman, Newman PR, TDC Media Relations Director - discuss TDC's communications programs to keep visitors safe and help restore tourism flow following a storm
Final Panel - Discussion regarding Keys infrastructure recovery featuring officials from the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative, Keys Energy Services, Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority, Florida Department of Transportation and Monroe County Airports
Click the RED URL LINK TO REGISTER
Today most of the Van Eno's works remain in private collections. His first painting to be offered at auction was "Bathers" at Hindman, Chicago in 2014.
We are so lucky to have this very special, and mysterious, piece of Van's in the gallery.
Van is remembered as a private, yet generous and enormously talented man who came to the fore in the Key West art scene during the 1970s. He had arrived by way of New York City, having previously studied in Germany and England during the post-war period. Over these years, Van started painting in the style of ancient Flemish tapestries, eventually applying this to Biblical themes and all the major Greco-Roman myths.
Before he passed away of AIDS in 1986 at the age of 39, Van did wonderful things for the Key West community, designing countless theater backdrops, costumes, and promotional materials for events.
We are also very excited to present two new paintings by Melinda K. Hall.
Melinda is a mastermind of creativity who uses her own set of rules to produce a visual journal. Humor, metaphor, playfulness, color and text are her artistic tools of the trade. Be sure to take note of the "troller" and "tiller" details depicted above in her painting, HOUSE BOAT.
In her imaginative oil paintings, there is almost always more than meets the eye. Every work is a sophisticated, yet delightfully childlike exploration of life.
We Continue with the 2022 ANNUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL CEREMONY
We Continue with the 2022 ANNUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL CEREMONY; Up Shortly
We Now start from the Popular You-Tube Content Provider "VINTAGE TODAY" Part 1 of "EACH OF THESE 71 RARE PHOTOS HAS A UNIQUE STORY TO TELL" and then to Follow A Look at some NEW Vintage Photographic Features that will be Featured in the Next Few Issues
Mehmed VI, Last Reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Exits the Dolmababachce Palace in Istanbul Following the Abolition of the Monarchy, November 1922
Here One Goes by Now Part of the Royal Family Named "GREY"
A Campaign Worker Stands in the Kitchen Pantry of LA's Ambassador Hotel on the Spot where Senator Robert F. Kennedy Fell, In the Early Morning Hours of June 5th. 1968.
A South Korean Soldier Forcibly cuts a Young Man's Hair in Front of others during a Nationwide Crackdown on Men with Long Hair and women wearing short Skirts in South Korea 1970.
U.S.Air Force Servicemen at a base in Vietnam in April 1954, working to a Supply French Forces Against against the Vietnamese
Workers from the YESCO sign Company Install Vegas Vic in Downtown Las Vegas 1951
Black Shirts March on Rome. Benito Mussolini, Italo Balbo(Second from the Left) and Emilio De Bono (Third from the Left).Marching in the Front Roe-October 1922
More of Part 1 from the Popular You-Tube Content Provider "VINTAGE TODAY" Part 1 of "EACH OF THESE 71 RARE PHOTOS HAS A UNIQUE STORY TO TELL" Up Shortly
Here are a few NEW VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURES starting in the Next Few Issues ; and then to follow in this Issue (May 23rd.) a NEW PHOTPGRAPHIC FEATURE "THE NATURAL WORLD FULL OF BEAUTY"
These Two Below are from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "PAPERJAM" and is called "EXTRAORDINARY HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHS MOST OVER 100 YEARS AGO"
Maypole Dance at The Friendly Charity Event
These Two Below are from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY" and is called "40 RARELY SEEN POWERFUL AND AMAZING HISTORICAL PHOTOS"
1) 19 Year Old Russian Girl Signing Up to Fight Nazis in the 1940s
2) U.S. Marines on Patrol South Vietnam December 1969
ALSO IN THE NEXT ISSUE A PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATURE "TRUE LOVE and COMPASION" and "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE IN EACH U.S. STATE" by "TRAVEL & LEISURE" Editor ANNE OLIVIA BAUSO ( & Although the First Photo is from ALABAMA) and is Hardly A Most Beautiful Place Photo; I'm going by the Alphabetical Order Sent Over.
We Continue with the 2022 Annual LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL CEREMONY. Event Covered & Photographed by our Executive Contributing Editor : Roberta DePiero. Below with Key West Commissioner Clayton Lopez is Former KWPD Chief Donnie Lee. Next Photo is Roberta with NEWLY Appointed Monroe County Commissioner Jim Scholl and Mike Home. Next Photo is Roberta DePiero with Key West Commissioner Gregory Davila. Then Commissioner Scholl reading the County Proclamation. Then the Stone for the Very First Officer Fallen in 1903 Frank Adams
The ANNUAL LAW EFORCEMENT MEMORIALCEREMONY Continues Shortly
We Now Start a New Photographic Feature. The natural world is full of beauty, wonder, and mystery. Nature has the power to create life and the power to take it away. As this collection of photographs show, the natural world is full of surprises that can be destructive and deadly or amazing and inspiring.
As these images were collected on the world wide web, some may be post-edited or altered. User discretion is advised.
In this now-famous photo snapped by Jean Guichard in 1989, a massive wave is nearly engulfing the Phares dans la Tempete, la Jument, a lighthouse on the northwest coast of France, near Brittany, that ironically translates to “Lighthouse in a storm.” During this storm, the lighthouse keeper, Theodore Malgorne, may look like he is calmly watching the monster waves, but he is actually awaiting rescue. Malgorne has a few colleagues tucked safely in the lighthouse, out of harm’s way. Although it looks like the wall of water is powerful enough to destroy the lighthouse, the structure received little damage and is still standing today.
A woman went camping 30 years ago and heard strange noises in the middle of the night so she stuck her camera outside the tent and snapped this photo. Wikipedia says that raccoons are solitary mammals who mostly keep to themselves. This photo begs to differ! It looks like a raccoon rave is going on at this campsite. Raccoons are nocturnal so they do spend most of their waking hours in the darkness. They are omnivores and opportunistic eaters. For that reason, they are generally considered to be a nuisance animal that will tear up trash cans and gardens. Campers need to take extra care to secure their food. Raccoons have tiny little hands, but they are extremely dexterous and can open coolers and boxes. The woman who took this photo outside her tent probably didn’t have her food secured.
A woman gets her photo taken with a tornado in the background, 1989. This girl, reported to be Audra Thomas of Beaver City, Nebraska, looks calm and cool while an F-1 tornado swirls behind her. Being a Nebraska girl, we are assuming that Audra is no stranger to tornado activity. The twister looks like it is bearing down on her but it is actually about a mile away. The funnel cloud is heading toward her family farm, shown in the background, and is destroyed a barn there. The National Weather Service frowns upon people taking selfies with twisters for safety reasons. We may look at this photo and think, “I’ll bet her mother was mad when she saw what her daughter was doing”, but it was Audra’s mother, Marrilee, that took the pic.
J4 This little piggy did not make it to the market.
FREEDOM! Let’s call this pig Wilbur, after the pig in “Charlotte’s Web” that was also desperate to avoid the slaughterhouse. Well, Wilber seemed to have taken advantage of an over-crowded livestock truck, reportedly heading to market, to plan his escape. We are not sure of the outcome of this incident, but we hope this little piggy learned to tuck and roll or he may have ended up a tenderized ham on the freeway.
This photo is a fake. It was created for a political ad when Teddy Roosevelt was running for the presidency for the Progressive Party, whose mascot was the moose. During this election, Roosevelt was running against Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic candidate, and William Howard Taft, the Republican incumbent. The photography firm of Underwood and Underwood carefully cut a photograph of Roosevelt on a horse and superimposed it on the image of a moose crossing a river. This image appeared in the September 8, 1912, edition of the New York Tribune.
A Close Up Look at a Mother Wolf Spider Carrying Her Young
Most spiders wrap their eggs in an egg sack them leave their young to hatch and fend for themselves. But not the wolf spider. This amazing arachnid gets props for being the spider world’s mother of the year. The wolf spider is the only spider species in the world that carries her eggs around with her, fastened to her abdomen in a silky bundle. When the eggs hatch in 9 to 27 days, depending on temperature, the spiderlings cling to their mother’s back until they are big enough to hunt for their own food. This close-up pic shows the darling babies being carried by their doting mother.
A Creepy Aquarium Sculpture At Oregon Undersea Gardens.
Imagine the excitement of going for your first scuba dive. Most people envision exploring some beautiful coral reefs and maybe even petting a friendly turtle. Never in a million years do you want to be this guy. Thick tentacles wrap around you that gives you the creeps like nothing you ever even imagined in the worst horror movie you watched growing up. Mama angry octopus versus scuba diver, there is no question who wins that one...
Sailors have been reporting mermaid sighting for hundreds of years. Clearly, most of them were seeing something out in the waters, but it probably wasn’t a sexy, seductive human-fish hybrid. Perhaps some of the sightings could be attributed to beluga whales, a native of the Arctic waters. This whale species has adapted to include several unique anatomical and physiological traits that separate it from other whales, including its white coloring and missing dorsal fin. But the odd, knee-like formations that resemble human knees is probably why it has been mistaken for a sea siren. !
I'm Stuck : A Baby Elephant in a Manhole
What an adorably clumsy baby elephant! Despite their massive size, baby elephants take a long time to reach adulthood so they have years of youthful antics to look forward to. Elephants take their time to grow and mature emotionally and may be between 15 and 20 years old before they cross over into adulthood. That’s about as long as it takes a human baby to become a mature adult. Elephants also have the longest pregnancy of all mammals. Elephant mothers carry their young for more than a year and a half before giving birth.
The only known photograph of the giant 28ft crocodile that was killed in Queensland, Australia, in 1957.
This 28-foot crocodile was shot and killed in Queensland in 1957 by a female croc hunter! Krystina Pawlowski was a Polish immigrant who moved to Australia and earned a reputation as an accomplished crocodile hunter. The local media loved the pretty blonde who wore outback khakis and bright, red lipstick. Krystina Pawlowski gained national attention when she shot and killed this monster crocodile with a single shot, earning her the nickname One Shot. The massive size of this crocodile attracted world-wide attention. A beast of this size is uncommon in Queensland. In fact, this kill earned Pawlowski a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
A Natural World of Beauty in 60 Photographs Part 2 in the June 6th. Issue
We Continue with the 2022 ANNUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER MEMORIAL CEREMONY
1) Our Executive Contributing Editor Roberta DePiero Taking the Photographs This Year; Pictured with Julie Moore Cuneo
2) Key West Commissioner Mary Lou Hoover and Charlie Waite
3) Dorian Patton and George Fernandez
We Continue with the 2022 Annual Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Ceremony; Up Shortly
GOV. RON DESANTIS APPOINTS JIM SCHOLL TO THE MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MONROE COUNTY, FL – Today, Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed James “Jim” Scholl to the vacant District 3 seat of the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners. The seat was vacated in December 2021 by Eddie Martinez. He will join Mayor David Rice, Mayor Pro Tem Craig Cates, Michelle Coldiron, and Holly Merrill Raschein on the commission.
“I am thankful for the Governor’s support and the support of those who recommended me for the position,” said Scholl. “I am looking forward to working with the other commissioners for the betterment of Monroe County.”
Scholl, of Key West, served as the City of Key West City Manager from 2007 to 2012 and 2014 to 2019. Scholl is a United States Navy Veteran who was the Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station Key West from 2003 to 2006. He is currently a member of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Key West, Key West Military Affairs Committee and serves as President of the Board of Directors for Sigsbee Charter School. He is a graduate of Leadership Monroe Class XV. Scholl has a bachelor’s degree in zoology from Miami University (Ohio) and a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Navy War College.
Kristen Livengood, Public Information Officer
MONROE COUNTY FIRE RESCUE HELPS WITH DOGS ACCIDENTALLY LOCKED IN CAR
BIG PINE KEY, FL – Billie Nichols, resident of Big Pine Key, extended her gratitude to Monroe County Fire Rescue Station 13’s C shift crew for responding to her unique emergency situation last Thursday. She was pet sitting her daughter’s dogs, Bubba, 14, and Bella, 12, and while loading them in her car, one of them inadvertently locked the car doors.
“The crew was very professional, friendly, and eager to assist,” she said.
In coordination with MCSO and Anchor Towing, their quick action allowed the dogs to be rescued within minutes. Leaving animals or children in a car for any length of time can lead to a serious situation.
Pictured: Volunteer Firefighter Powers, left, MCSO Deputy Stulken, Firefighter Hill, Firefighter Callahan, Lt. Millan, Firefighter Miranda, and Marc with Anchor Towing.
COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS VARIOUS POSSIBLE REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS WITH THE CITY OF KEY WEST
KEY WEST, FL – The Monroe County Board of County Commissioners discussed various possible real estate transactions with the City of Key West. County properties discussed included Bayshore Manor and Higgs Beach Park. City properties discussed were the diesel plant at Truman Waterfront and the HAWK missile site near the airport.
DIESEL PLANT FOR SENIOR CENTER
After researching the feasibility of the County to create a senior center at the diesel plant at Truman Waterfront, the County found the cost to repurpose the facility estimated to exceed $12 million. Assistant County Administrator Kevin Wilson recommended finding a smaller area in a more easily accessible location for less money the County could utilize. The commissioners agreed that the diesel plant is not the right place for a senior or community center. Staff will research other areas for a facility.
BAYSHORE MANOR FOR TEMPORARY KOTS LOCATION OR SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Bayshore Manor on Stock Island was discussed as a temporary Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter (KOTS) location for Key West homeless or as a new home for the Supervisor of Elections offices. The current KOTS location at the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is in the design phase to be rebuilt into a permanent facility, but a temporary location is needed during demolition and construction. Presently, Monroe County Supervisor of Elections Joyce Griffin uses Bayshore Manor to house her voting election equipment. The Monroe County Board of County Commissioners are responsible for the constitutional officer’s buildings, including the Supervisor of Elections. Griffin said that she has outgrown the offices on Whitehead Street in Key West and wants to move her entire office to Bayshore Manor for more space closer to the population centers she is trying to reach for early voting. The commissioners agreed it would be a better place for the elections office. Once the elections office moves to Bayshore Manor, the Monroe County Attorney’s office will likely move into the Whitehead Street location and will no longer have to rent space.
The commissioners and staff agreed to work together with the City of Key West to find an alternative solution for the temporary KOTS location.
HIGGS BEACH & HAWK MISSILE SITE
The Monroe County Board of County Commissioners agreed to move forward with discussing trading the Monroe County-owned Higgs Beach in Key West for the City of Key West-owned HAWK missile site near Key West airport. The airport needs the HAWK missile site to perform mitigation airport renovations that would include open space.
Public Information Officer
Key West Police Department
The Key West Ambassadors Academy graduated its 36th class during last week’s City Commission meeting. Seventeen enthusiastic citizens participated in the class. They join more than 600 citizens who now have a better insight to the workings of City government. Each class of the Key West Ambassadors Academy has been a special blend of dedicated, involved citizens.
During the City Commission meeting, City Manager Patti McLauchlin congratulated Class 36, noting the dedication it takes to volunteer their time for 12 weeks of delving into the inner workings of city government.
“The Ambassadors play an important role in helping us better understand and serve the community,” she told them. “I look forward to seeing you as you stay involved in your City government. Thank you, again, for your dedication.”
Two current city leaders -- Commissioners Clayton Lopez and Sam Kauffman – were elected after finishing this program. Other alumni have served as commissioners as well as sitting on a variety of other City boards.
The Key West Ambassadors Academy was established in 2003 by then City Manager Julio Avael. Class 37 is slated to begin in mid-July. Applications will be available the first week in June.
In the photo: front row: Tunie Hamlen, Christine Cordone Smith, Darlene Thomas, Brice Cook, Tyler Sheff, Kawana Staffney, Hannah Edwards, Trisha Delaney, Kevin Theriault. Back row: Mike deBettencourt, Jim Marquardt, Brandon Jones, Lou Delaney, and Phil Cook. Not shown: Ken Bruner, Colleen Mahoney, and Mike Tierney.
The City of Key West's website is full of fabulous maps that let the community do everything from track transient rental units to see what roadwork is in the pipeline. There is even a map that allows you to research who is buried in a particular plot at the Key West Cemetery.
Just go to www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov<http://www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov> and click on the drop down menu of City Departments. There you'll see a link for the Geographic Information (GIS) Systems.
The latest addition to this valuable site are maps showing the location of legal transient rentals and a map of rental units.
Transient rentals are defined as any unit group of units, dwelling, building, or group of buildings within a single complex of buildings rented for a period or periods of less than 30 days or one calendar month, or is advertised as a place rented to transients, regardless of the occurrence of an actual rental. Currently there are 850 of these licenses.
Non-transient rentals are defined as any unit, group of units, dwelling, building, or group of buildings within a single complex of buildings that are rented for a period of more than 30 days or one calendar month or is advertised as a place rented for more than 30 days or one calendar month, regardless of the occurrence of an actual rental. There are currently 2,508 of these licenses.
The transient rental map is a good tool for resident who wonder whether a house that seems to be renting for less than a month is a legally licensed transient rental.
If you find that the location is not legal, you are urged to call Code Compliance at 305-809-3737.
In the photo: Leylah Rodriguez, Jacob Clegg, Alejandro Lopez, Michael Cates, Thomas Highsmith, Michael Balbuena, Camren Watson, Ja'Khai Blake, Jenkavia Harper, Jason Yarbrough, Jeremiah Osborne, Rocco Twyman, Lt. Tim Anson, and Anginio Valdez.!
Fourteen Key West High School students this week graduated the Key West Fire Department's Firefighters Academy. Proud families, members of the Key West Fire Department, and City officials were on hand during the ceremony to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of these students who have invested two years of training for their future careers as first responders.
These students earned certifications in Firefighter I, Emergency Medical Responder, and Hazmat Awareness.
Lt Tim Anson, who leads the academy, praised the group for the tenacity it requires to finish the academy, noting that they would do their grueling physical training in the early hours before heading off to a full day of high school.
City Manager Patti McLauchlin thanked the students for their community spirit and presented each graduate with a City challenge coin.
The two-year fire academy trains future firefighters while they're attending their final two years of high school and provides them, upon completion, the equivalent training of a Certified Firefighter I, which puts them halfway through the training required to become a Key West Firefighter.
Mayor Teri Johnston and the City Commission, during a recent commission meeting, proclaimed the week of May 16th through the 22nd as National Emergency Medical Services Week.
The official theme for the 2022 National Emergency Medical Services Week is EMS Strong: Beyond the Call.
"Emergency medical services provide vital lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week," reads the proclamation, "dramatically improving the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury."
The designation is a way of reaching out and thanking all of those first responders who ensure that the community has the best and fastest medical emergency response possible each and every day.
623 Duval St. 305-292-4998
One of our Recent Issues Had a Feature on Michael "CHEVAL" Visiting Wyland Gallery in Key West. Click this April 18th. Issue Link to see Many of His Works and Of Course He Hangs Year Round with a Very Large area at Wyland
This Feature was shot by Executive Contributing Editor Daashia Cochran
5210 COLLEGE ROAD
"A MAZE" by SUSANN D'ANTONIO
"BUOY MAN" by The Oppeza Family
"GRAST" by by Jackie Sanchez
"VESSEL SERIES FAULTLINE" by Lauren McAloon
"PICTURE THAT" by Bob and Susann D'Antonio
MORE 2022 ART GARDEN UP SHORTLY IN THIS MAY 23RD. ISSUE and here is information on their Next Native Plant Sale
The plant Nursery at the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden will be holding its monthly native plant sale from 9am to noon Saturday, May 21 2022. Master Gardeners will have a Help Desk to answer any plant questions.
There are 165 species of native plants available including Cuban palms, Tomato and Pepper plants. The Garden’s inventory totals more than 2,000 plants which attract birds, butterflies and other pollinators in 1-gallon to 15-gallon pots. Key West Botanical Garden members receive a 15% discount. The Garden is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation and all proceeds directly benefit the Garden’s conservation program.
The Garden is located at 5210 College Road on Stock Island. For more information call 305-296-1504 or visit www.keywest.garden.
Your copy should address 3 key questions: Who am I writing for? (Audience) Why should they care? (Benefit) What do I want them to do here? (Call-to-Action)
Create a great offer by adding words like "free" "personalized" "complimentary" or "customized." A sense of urgency often helps readers take an action, so think about inserting phrases like "for a limited time only" or "only 7 remaining"!
HERE ARE 6 ADOPTEES THAT WERE SENT A FEW WEEKS AGO; A LITTLE FURTHER DOWN IN THIS ISSUE ARE 6 ADOPTEES THAT WERE SENT OVER MOST RECENTLY ( LAST WEEK)
5711 College Rd.
The Most Recent Adoptees
Marlin is a 1-½-year-old, male, Large Mixed Breed.
Ted Danson is an adolescent, male, Small Mixed Breed.
Wednesday is a 4-½-year-old, female, Domestic Shorthair.
Baguette is an 8-month-old, male, Domestic Shorthair.
Arlo is a 5-year-old, male, Domestic Shorthair.
Midnight is a 5-month-old, female, Domestic Rabbit.
We Have a Few More FKSPCA Adoptee Sections in This Issue from a Few Weeks ago Up Shortly
631 Greene St. 305-294-3100
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton , Long Island, New York
Having spent much time in The Hamptons during many past Summers. Having Many Artist and Gallery Owner Friends in The Hamptons and Long Island New York; I have 400 ACTIVE Long Island names on my Database. The Southampton Arts Center is very similar to the TSKW, KWAHS, & Florida Keys Council of the Arts. Below is their Most Recent Members Info. Release.
Then on Tuesday, May 31 at 6 PM, tune in for a conversation to internationally renowned artist Shimon Attie as they discuss the exhibition in light of technology’s expressive potential for re-imagining relationships between space, time, place, memory and identity.
Register for any of our May Tech Tuesday virtual events at southamptonartscenter.org/talks
We are offering an amazing Hand Enhanced Fine Art Print by Artist Steven Holland ~ hand signed by the
' The Great One ' Wayne Gretzky
Edition of only 99 fine art prints
hand signed by Wayne Gretzky and
the Artist Stephen Holland.
We have Edition # 64 / 99 currently in the gallery.
Framed Size is approx. 38 " x 52 1/2 ".
Limited time special - only one available!
Special price is only $9,000.00.
Includes a certificate of authenticity. Wayne Douglas Gretzky (born January 26, 1961) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player and
former head coach. He played 20 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for four teams from 1979 to 1999. Nicknamed ' The Great One ', he has been called ' the greatest hockey player ever ' by many sportswriters, players,
and the league itself. Gretzky is the leading scorer in NHL history, with more goals and assists than any other player. He is the only NHL player to total over 200 points in one season - a feat he accomplished four times. In addition, Gretzky tallied over 100 points in 16 professional seasons, 14 of them consecutive. At the time of his retirement in 1999, he held 61 NHL records: 40 regular season records,
15 playoff records, and 6 All-star records. The NHL retired his jersey number 99 league-wide, making him the only player to receive such an honor.
We are pleased to share two fantastic photos
hand-signed by the first TV Movie Spider-man
' SPIDER-MAN STRIKES BACK - SPIDEY SHOOTING HIS WEB '
Photograph of original lobby card hand-signed by
Nicholas Hammond who played Peter Parker/Spider-man.
The signature has been James Spence authenticated.
Framed in black lacquer measuring
approx. 15 5/8" x 13 3/4".
Gallery price $695.
' SPIDER-MAN STRIKES BACK - SPIDEY ON THE LEDGE '
Photograph of original lobby card hand-signed by Nicholas Hammond who played Peter Parker/Spider-man.
The signature has been James Spence authenticated.
Framed in black lacquer measuring
approx. 15 5/8" x 13 3/4".
Gallery price $695.
A FEW MORE ITEMS FROM ZAZOO UP SHORTLY
WWW.KWAHS.ORG 281 Front St. 305-295-6616
The Custom House, LightHouse Keepers Quarters (on Whitehead St.) , East Fort Martello Tower/Museum, Tennessee Williams Museum on Truman Ave.
The May 2022 KEYS TRAVELER IS OUT ; Along with the other May TDC Material
Go to the Last Few Sections in this May 23rd. Issue to see the Tourist Development Council's May Activities + The May 2022 "KEYS TRAVELER" WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM
WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339
We now continue with Part 1 of a Feature Called "EACH OF THESE 71 RARE PHOTOS HAS A UNIQUE STORY TO TELL" from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "VINTAGE TODAY"
Troops Parade in front of the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph 100th. Year Anniversary of Napoleonic Battles of Aspen & Wagram Vienna 1913
Tsar Nicholas II ona Balcony of the Winter Palace Declaring War on Germany 1914
Soviet Pair Skaters and Couple Ludmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov 1965
Photograph of Kaiser Wilheim II Talking to a Worker at the Krupp Factory November 1918
Margaret Mitchell with her Book "Gone with the Wind" 1936
Soviet and American soldiers share a Dance Upon their meet Up at the River Elbe near Torgau, Saxony Germany. April 26th. 1945
Kaiser Wilheim II in a Russian Uniform right before his Meeting with the Tsa 1913
The June 6th 2022 Issue will have Part 2 from Popular You Tube Content Producer / Provider "Vintage Today" called "EACH OF THESE 71 RARE PHOTOS HAS A UNIQUE STORY TO TELL"
WW.LETTYNOWAK.COM Letty Nowak's "JAG" 1075 Duval Square (Where Doug Mayberry Realty was) Off of Simonton.
The May 9th. Issue will had a Large Feature about B.LUCY STEVENS and her Exhibition at JAG GALLERY last Month. Here is the May 9th. URL ISSUE LINK : https://conta.cc/38aho24
Post a Comment