KEY WEST SNAPS

Each year Key West guesthouses, businesses and private homes compete for cash prizes in the Reddy Ice Fantasy Façade Competition. This year, the Key West Chamber of Commerce contributed $2,000 in prize money that will be shared among the 2021 winners. The grand prize of $500 to The Duval House, 815 Duval St., for “Casa de Spider” (pictured). PHOTO BY MICHAEL BLADES

Each year Key West guesthouses, businesses and private homes compete for cash prizes in the Reddy Ice Fantasy Façade Competition. This year, the Key West Chamber of Commerce contributed $2,000 in prize money that will be shared among the 2021 winners. The grand prize of $500 to The Duval House, 815 Duval St., for “Casa de Spider” (pictured). PHOTO BY MICHAEL BLADES

Children dance in a circle around Evelyn Summer of Key West at a free open-air concert event on the newly elevated and landscaped parade grounds adjoining Fort East Martello, which featured artist G. Love, founder and frontman of the band G. Love & Special Sauce, accompanied by skate rock musician Chuck Treece on drums. PHOTO BY CAROL TEDESCO

Children dance in a circle around Evelyn Summer of Key West at a free open-air concert event on the newly elevated and landscaped parade grounds adjoining Fort East Martello, which featured artist G. Love, founder and frontman of the band G. Love & Special Sauce, accompanied by skate rock musician Chuck Treece on drums. PHOTO BY CAROL TEDESCO

The Key West Business Guild recently welcomed new members: Dianne DiBlasi of Duetto’s Pizza and Gelato, Beth Bates of Web Strategies Internet Solutions, John Picco of Edward Jones and Jamie Caballero of Key West Vacation Properties & Realty, with KWBG Board President — Chuck Licis-Masson. Not pictured: Rick Savage of Florida Keys Sandbar Adventures, Scott Taylor of Kaya Island Eats, Michael Griswold of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and Joseph Land of Coastlove COURTESY PHOTO

The Key West Business Guild recently welcomed new members: Dianne DiBlasi of Duetto’s Pizza and Gelato, Beth Bates of Web Strategies Internet Solutions, John Picco of Edward Jones and Jamie Caballero of Key West Vacation Properties & Realty, with KWBG Board President — Chuck Licis-Masson. Not pictured: Rick Savage of Florida Keys Sandbar Adventures, Scott Taylor of Kaya Island Eats, Michael Griswold of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and Joseph Land of Coastlove COURTESY PHOTO

Key West Mayor Teri Johnston (center) and Monroe County Mayor Michelle Coldiron (right) brandish massive scissor sets as they prepare for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Fort East Martello, which celebrated the public reopening of its parade grounds following an extensive Monroe County restoration and enhancement project. PHOTO BY CAROL TEDESCO

Key West Mayor Teri Johnston (center) and Monroe County Mayor Michelle Coldiron (right) brandish massive scissor sets as they prepare for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Fort East Martello, which celebrated the public reopening of its parade grounds following an extensive Monroe County restoration and enhancement project. PHOTO BY CAROL TEDESCO

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