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KEY WEST HAPPY HOUR GUIDE

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

22&Co 504 Angela St. Open-6 p.m. 2-for-1 beer, wine and well drinks Manic Monday, 1/2 price all drinks all day www.22andco.com Alonzo’s Oyster Bar 700 Front St. 4-7 p.m. 1/2 price well drinks, beer, wines by the glass www.alonzoysterbar.com Aqua 711 Duval St. 2-6 p.m. $5 well drinks, $3.75 domestic beers www.aquakeywest.com Bagatelle 115 Duval St. 4-6 p.m. half-price drinks […]

Key West Museums

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Key West’s subtropical climate means the island is typically blanketed in a viscous humidity that makes a short walk to the mailbox feel like wading through tapioca pudding. Luckily, Key West is chock full of fascinating museums where both kids and adults can attempt to stave off the cognitive slump that begins to take hold when the temperature hits 88 […]

NEWS OF THE WEIRD

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Bright ideas ¦ Two passengers traveling together on an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Miami on Oct. 30 were removed before taking off after one of the women attempted to sneak from coach into first class and hide in the footwell of her friend’s seat, Fox News reported. The flight had already been delayed because of a catering issue, […]

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Sunset Pier — Music and more. 0 Duval St., Key West. Info: 305-296-7701. Sunset Series at the Amp — Coffee Butler Amphitheater, Truman Waterfront Park, 21 E. Quay Road, Key West. Limited capacity audiences are welcomed back to the Coffee Butler Amphitheater series featuring live music, local artisans, food vendors and a Key West sunset. The series will continue every […]

Places to see fine art like a local

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Key West is an artist’s utopia. Vibrant colors, stunning landscapes, dynamic wildlife and a culture that embraces art in all its incarnations are just a few of the infinite reasons why creators of all types flock to the island seeking inspiration. And though you can hardly walk a block down Duval Street without stumbling over an artisan peddling crafts streetside, […]

What’s fresh in theaters and on demand

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Who has figured out streaming yet? Not me. And just how many SVODs (Subscription Video On Demand) channels do you actually need to subscribe to before you can watch all that you really want to? You would think Netflix, Apple TV+, Prime, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+ and Peacock should just about have you covered, right? While this may make you […]

Wendy Zintsmaster offers full service Keys real estate experience

By Florida Weekly Staff | November 19, 2020

Though Wendy Zintsmaster is an expert when it comes to the Florida Keys real estate market, her now 20-year long career began as somewhat of a happy accident. After graduating from Indiana University with a degree in business and merchandising, she took her first job in the buying department at Burdine’s department store in Miami. “Truth be told, my boyfriend […]

Images of an ISOLATED ISLAND

By Florida Weekly Staff | October 15, 2020

ALTHOUGH WE’VE ALL LAMENTED THAT each month since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis has felt like a year unto itself (and the sum of those months an eternity), it somehow feels disorienting to think that we’ve already been living in this dystopian, nonfictional universe for upward of six months — half of the year gone, lost to Zoom […]

Three MARC House events celebrate autumn

By Florida Weekly Staff | October 15, 2020

Key West may not experience the characteristically chilly weather that signals the beginning of fall across the country, but there is one event we can rely on annually to herald the beginning of pumpkin spice season: the Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens ReMARCable Pumpkin Patch. Now in its 12th year, the patch will be open and chock full of gourds […]

New art in public places

By Florida Weekly Staff | October 15, 2020

Left: Key West philanthropist John Padget and the late Jacob Dekker provided a new sculpture at the Truman Waterfront Park. “Wave Henge,” by  Damon Hamm and Jeff Sundheim, is one of 11 installations throughout the Keys, donated by Mr. Padget and Mr. Dekker and coordinated by The Florida Keys Art in Public Places projects. The sculpture is a sundial which, […]