December 8, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

PINK TRIANGLE

Christopher Peterson: The one and only EYECON

Sometime in the early 2000s I was visiting a Canadian cousin and was invited to attend a poetry conference in Ottawa, the capital. 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 www.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

Comedy Key West’s weekly comedy show

Every Thursday at 8 p.m., the Bottlecap’s Blue Room on Simonton Strett is home to Key West’s only weekly comedy show. More...

MUSIC SCENE

Bill Blue: The king of crazy town

There are a number of musicians in Key West I’ve written about. With some, I went in knowing it wasn’t about what I put into the story that would matter as much as what I left out, because their lives and careers were (and are) extensive. More...

DRAG LIFE

Elle Taylor stuns on stage at Aqua Nightclub

When I was a teenager, I used to come to Key West frequently on vacation. I always marveled at the women lined up selling the drag shows outside the 801 Bourbon Bar. They were gorgeous and I was envious beyond belief. More...

It’s a most wonderful time of the year — for movies

Ah, the holiday season. Rudolph, Frosty, Hanukkah candles and Oscar contenders filling movie theaters in what is always the best movie-going time of the year. Here’s a look at what’s coming to theaters between now and the start of 2017. 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 the museum — never a More...

BARTENDER OF THE WEEK

Chegui’s revolución

Chegui’s father was from Argentina. He admired the rebel guerrilla fighter Che Guevara so much that he named his son after him, combining both the first and last names together: Cheguevara Andre, better known around town simply as Chegui. 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

Charming home in the Meadows

1408 Petronia St. – $925,000

This historic three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is bursting with artistic flair and Key West character. Situated in the coveted Meadows neighborhood, the home is fenced for privacy. More...

Top of the line condo

713 Emma St. #4 – $949,000

Built in 2005, this stylish three-bedroom and 2½-bathroom condominium is situated in a secured and private courtyard setting. More...

What To Do Where To Go

KEY WEST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS Holiday Shopping at Isle Cook With Gilded Peach Inspired Studio Dec. 8, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Isle Cook Key West 218 Whitehead St. More...

Key West Dining

Wine dinner on tap at Isle Cook Key West

Friday, Dec. 9, 5:300 p.m. Chef Martha Hubbard Ferrari-Carano Wine Dinner $90 per person. Optional wine pairing $20 per person. This paired wine dinner with Gretchen Erpenbach from Ferrari-Carano Vineyards features: More...

The Square Grouper Bar and Grill and My New Joint

The Square Grouper Bar and Grill on Cudjoe Key is known for its fresh local seafood, fresh produce and fresh herbs along with an enticing atmosphere and a wonderful staff.  It offers a unique concept of small plates from the ocean and the earth More...