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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 […]

KEY WEST HAPPY HOUR GUIDE

22&Co 504 Angela St. Open-6 p.m. 2-for-1 beer, wine and well drinks Manic Monday, half-price all drinks all day www.22andco.com Alonzo’s Oyster Bar 700 Front St. 4-7 p.m. half-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 $5 tasting […]

THE KEY WEST GALLERY GUIDE

Places to see fine art and meet fine artists like a local


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, […]

Waterfront Playhouse presents Joan Didion play


The award-winning Waterfront Playhouse will present Joan Didion’s “The Year of Magical Thinking” for two performances only, on Sept. 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. Didion is an American writer who engaged audiences in the realities of the counterculture of the 1960s and the Hollywood lifestyle. “The Year of Magical Thinking,” starring Leslie Greene, is a one-woman show that recounts […]

Places to see fine art and meet fine artists like a local

THE KEY WEST GALLERY GUIDE


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, […]

Places to see fine art like a local

THE KEY WEST GALLERY GUIDE


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, […]

‘Dreaming’ at Jag Gallery

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Jag Gallery offers an invitation to spend time with their new show, “Dreaming,” featuring two of Key West’s most beloved artists, Susan Sugar and Cathy Rose. Over twenty years ago Cathy, a potter, and Susan, a fledgling painter, crossed paths with Diane Zolotow of Lucky Street Gallery. She gave them their first shows, and a foundation from which they have […]

Theaters to open at 50 percent capacity, still fresh streamers premiere online

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With the approval of Gov. Ron DeSantis, Florida theaters have been given a green light to reopen, initially at a 50 percent capacity. Just when all will open is still shaking out for us to see. Theater owners are still figuring out what that will look like, from seating to serving to sanitization requirements. How many moviegoers theaters will attract […]

Munder and Martini: ‘New Now’ at Jag Gallery

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Jag Gallery is proud to present “New Now,” new photogravure works by Carol Munder and new sculptures and monoprints by John Martini, on display until June 20. Martini is known for his iconic bright-colored steel sculptures that one can see all around Key West, not to mention nationwide and in Europe as well. Those same colors saturate his monoprints, a […]


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