January 12, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

PINK TRIANGLE

Tea dance at LaTeDa is steeped in Key West tradition

The image of Key West as a wild and woolly, all-inclusive, good-time town has been built upon a number of institutions, past and present. Consider the many events and people who have contributed to this image. 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

MUSIC SCENE

Folk-rock troubadour Jonathan Edwards comes to Key West for some ‘Sunshine’

Allow me to get some great song lyrics stuck in your head:  “Sunshine go away today, I don’t feel much like dancing. More...

‘Burnpile’ stuns audiences at the Key West Theater

Reviews have been flooding in about “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up,” the season opener at the Key West Theater, and to say they are overwhelmingly positive would be an understatement.  More...

KEY WEST GALLERY GUIDE

For a comprehensive guide and map to Key West’s finest art galleries, visit www.keysarts.com/artist_ connections/gallery_ guide.pdf  SPECIAL EVENTS THIS WEEK  Art@830 Gallery   More...

Bite into the Bayview Park Seafood Festival

Wild chickens of Key West can take the weekend off. The weekend of Jan. 14-15 is all about local seafood, as the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association returns with its 12th annual Seafood Festival at Bayview Park. More...

BARTENDER OF THE WEEK

Samantha Lowry: Larger than life

After traveling the world — Germany, Rome, Mexico, Scotland, Spain, Greece, St. John — Samantha Lowry is finally settling down. Kind of. 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...

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

Renovation project Old Town

816 Ashe St. — $895,000

This historic 1,568-square-foot, three-bedroom/ one bath gem has been in the same family since it was built in 1923. It features Dade County pine walls, heart pine floors, a first-floor master bedroom, and an attached laundry room and workshop. More...

1407 White St. — $599,950

This charming 616-square-foot, two-bedroom/ one bath Conch cottage with high ceilings, wood floors and granite tile counters was built in 1943 and offers the perfect combination of indoor and outdoor living space. More...

What To Do Where To Go

KEY WEST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS Dave Mason:Alone Together AgainJan. 12, 8 p.m.The Key West Theater512 Eaton St.Tickets available at www.thekeywesttheater.com Pilar Rum Happy HourJan 12, 5-6:30 p.m.Tattoos and Scars512 Greene St. More...

Key West Dining

Experience the fruits of winter and get hooked on the catch

Friday, Jan. 13 at 5:30 p.m. Chef Martha Hubbard Les Fruits d’Hiver $85 per person Paired wine option – A.Q. More...