February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

PINK TRIANGLE

Nomadic SUP puts the nature in au naturel

Go paddle boarding in the mangroves around Key West these days and it’s likely that you might catch a glimpse of something a little more risqué than your average starfish or stingray. More...

House and garden tour features five historic Key West homes

Old Island Restoration Foundation presents its House and Garden Tours From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17-18, Key West homes from the 1870s to now will be on display. More...

This week’s entertainment at Schooner Wharf Bar

Here’s a lineup of entertainment coming up at the Schooner Wharf from Thursday, Feb. 16-22.  ¦ Thursdays, Feb. 16 and Feb. 23: Sam Ramos and Chris Case will heat up the Schooner Wharf stage from 6:45- 11 p.m. 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

Rock Solomon: He does it his way

There are singers strumming guitars in nearly every Key West bar, there are actors in various stage productions, there are well-known cabaret and jazz singers accompanied by pianists in the nicer hotels nightly. More...

The Conch Train

Rambling along the streets and through the history of Key West since 1958

On a blustery, partly cloudy Sunday afternoon The Conch Tour Train, Key West’s old-time sightseeing tour, pulled out of the station on Front Street and rambled and jangled along the sometimes bumpy roads of Key West’s historic district. 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   More...

Exploring the history of the USCGC Ingham and her Key West museum

The straits of Florida that stretch between Key West and Cuba were a treacherous place to be in April 1980, but for Cuban refugees brave enough to attempt the crossing from one island to another, fear had become an old friend. More...

BARTENDER OF THE WEEK

Alan Nelson: You can call him Al

There is no better place to watch a Key West sunset than from a seat at the Sunset Pier at Ocean Key Resort, located at 0 Duval Street. More...

Paul Auster and Siri Hustvedt at Books and Books

Bestselling authors Paul Auster and Siri Hustvedt, who have been married since 1981, will discuss their new books, as well as fiction, art, sex and science, at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, at Books & Books @ the Studios, 533 Eaton St. 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

Private Campbell Courtyard cottage

617 Fleming St. No. 9 $780,000

This property is being offered turnkey with its coastal furnishings included. This beautifully renovated two bedroom and two bath cottage showcases fine modern finishes. More...

5031 5th Ave, unit 9 $250,000

Sunset Harbor is a beautiful newly developed gated community of manufactured homes.  More...

What To Do Where To Go

KEY WEST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS “129 Miles from Walmart” New one-act plays by Florida writers Feb. 17, 18, 22 and 23, 8 p.m. The Key West Theater 512 Eaton St. Tickets available at www.thekeywesttheater.com More...

Key West Dining

Kojin: Key West’s cure for what ails ya

It’s a well-known fact in Key West that, at the first sound of a sniffle, it’s imperative to run to Kojin and bury yourself in a Dragon Bowl. More...