July 21, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Pulitzer winner ‘Water by the Spoonful’ at the Red Barn Theatre

What does it take to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama? Certainly a powerful story, told with heart and an understanding of the human condition. More...

Its namesake never saw it, but Audubon House still worth a look

It’s midway through the tour of Key West’s stunningly pretty Audubon House and Tropical Gardens that the truth comes out: John James Audubon — famed naturalist painter, whose lifelike paintings of bird portraits line the walls of th More...

SHOT IN KEY WEST

Got a great Key West photo? Share it with everyone. Send your images to okillian@floridaweekly.com. Tell us where you’re from and where you shot the photo. More...

Map It Out

Getting around Key West

1. Southernmost Point The corner of South Street and Whitehead Street southernmostpointwebcam.com The city of Key West erected this now-famous concrete buoy in 1983 to denote the southernmost point in the continental United States. More...

Arts and Entertainment News

Good times in the Conch Republic

Here are three attractions for the whole family that capture Key West’s artistic inclinations, diverse history and whimsical beauty. Mallory Square More...

KEY WEST GALLERY GUIDE

For a comprehensive guide and map to Key West’s finest art galleries visit keysarts.com/artist_ connections/gallery_ guide.pdf SPECIAL EVENTS THIS WEEK More...

Hemingway’s Key West legacy and six-toed cats

The crown jewel of Key West’s rich literary legacy, which has attracted writers such as Tennessee Williams, Ralph Ellison, Robert Frost and Carson McCullers, is Ernest Hemingway’s old home at 907 Whitehead Street. More...

Florida Weekly earns top honors in state journalism awards

Florida Weekly took home three journalism awards at the 2016 Society of Professional Journalists Sunshine State Awards ceremony held July 9 in Miami. More...

PINK TRIANGLE

RV Beaumont — In Drag Memoriam

Timothy Earl Swain II, aka RV Beaumont, Sept. 23, 1963 – Oct. 13, 2010 On Friday, Oct. More...

‘One Night Stand’ at The Studios of Key West promises night of theatrical magic

Talk about sleepless nights. That’s what five playwrights will have when they gather later this month to write 10-minute plays that will be performed for an audience the following evening at The Studios of Key West. More...

BARTENDER OF THE WEEK

Christopher Aiello content to let the world come to him in Key West

The BottleCap Bar, nestled a block away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Duval Street, has been serving libations to tourists and locals in one form or another since 1934. More...

Off Off Duval

An insider’s look at Key West

The most traveled and visible street in Key West is only the beginning, the surface, of what the town has to offer. More...

Real Estate News

Buying and selling elegant million-dollar estates

Driving through Old Town, what is visible from the street is often lush, visually impenetrable landscaping behind a white picket fence or else a tall, weathered wooden wall (the latter probably in Bahama Village). More...

What To Do Where To Go

KEY WEST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS Hemingway DaysThrough July 24Complete schedule of events atfla-keys.com ‘Water by the Spoonful’July 21-24, 8 p.m.Red Barn Theatre Summer Stage319 Duval St., #2Keywestsummerstage.comTickets at (305) 540-6102 More...

Key West Dining

SUMMER 2016 KEY WEST RESTAURANT SPECIALS

  Antonia’s Italian Restaurant 615 Duval St. Specials and $10 pastas every day Closed Mondays Antoniaskeywest.com   Azur 425 Grinnell St. 50 percent off all food 5:30-7 p.m. daily Must be seated by 7 p.m. More...

The Lost Kitchen Supper Club

Well-known conch chef Martin Liz and restaurant owner Bobby Mongelli are teaming up to bring both the Supper Club and pop-up dining experience to Key West and Stock Island. More...