The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends
November 25 , 2019

The 8th. 2019 Annual Key West Film Festival Just Ended. Another Spectacular Year.  Our Magazine will have as we do every year since Year 1; Have a 3 or 4 Part / Week Post Event Feature.  Above is "Boys Don't Cry" Film Maker Kimberly Peirce.

Zazoo Art & Photographic Gallery last week had the Fund Raiser for the FKSPCA "Heart for Art"

Pt . 1 of 2 : One of the Two Current Large Exhibitions at TSKW (The Studios of Key West) is Silvia Rodriguez Rivero "Solo Dar Gracias / Just Give Thanks"

Pt. 1 : Photographic Feature for a few Weeks : "Photos from the 1940s"

The Florida Keys Council of the Arts; Opened a Brilliant Exhibition a few Days Ago at Gato "Trees of the Keys". Above Our Good Friend Rachel Feinberg Showing Off Her Area "Tropical Trees" (More Below)

Part 13 The Gold Coast Cruiser's Classic Car Show Featuring 750 Classic Cars on Glen Cove LI NY.

Michael Nelson, Allison Rich, & the Gang at The Key West Library send regards and this Info. about one of the First "Author Talks" at the Library 11/26 (More Below)

World's Aids Day in Key West December 1


WWW.THEBLUEPAPER.COM Every Week we Enjoy Linking their Newspaper with our Magazine. They provide Hundreds of Local Features-Photos & Videos


Just Two of the Many Key West Art Galleries that have Continuous Visiting Artists for Live Painting Demonstrations and Networking

The TDC's ( Tourist Development Council)  On-Line November "Keys Traveler" and other Updates to their November Website (More Below). WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM 

Helen Harrison Welcomes the New Season & Brings in New Works (More Below)


The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends ; Going out to 8130 Weekly. In this Issue November 25, 2019 : Due Time Constraints spending the last 5 Days with the 2019 Key West Film Festival. We'll Skip the Weekly Lead Verbiage. There a few Weekly Features that we'll also skip in this Issue.  Lastly this Issue devotes Major Space to Part 1 of the KWFF; Many of the photographs do not have the Identification of Subjects and Lack Detailed Info. ( Once again Due to Time Constraints & the Possibility of not being around Internet the next 7 Days).  Part 2 of the 2019 KWFF Will contain All the Identification & Detailed Info.. Part 2 (Next Week) will start from the First Day / Night (11/20) Have an Outstanding Week. Thanks for Reading  Ed Krane & Friends ( The Hundreds of Contributing Associate Editors / Organizations)



Florida Keys Council of the Arts: 2020 Members Show "Trees of the Keys"
WWW.KEYSARTS.COM 1110 Simonton St. (Gato Cigar Bld.) 305-295-4369.

Opened a few Days Ago "The Trees of the Keys"

Beryn Harty  Photos on Canvas

Louis A LaFerriere

"Tree Mandala" by Nicholas Bergery

"Irma's Tree" by Betty Powell  Acrylic on Canvas

"Gumbo Limbo Dancer" by Yolander Maloney Acrylic on Canvas


Sponsorship Manager Kim Walsh Setting Up Early Wednesday ( First Day / Night ) of the 2019 KWFF to Hand out Materials & Press / Sponsorship VIP Badges

More from the 2019 Opening Night at The Tropic for the Martin Scorsese World Premier "The Irishman" Up Shortly

More Vintage Photos of the 1940s Next Week

Florida Keys Council of the Arts: 2020 Members Show "Trees of the Keys"
WWW.KEYSARTS.COM 1110 Simonton St. (Gato Cigar Bld.) 305-295-4369.

We Now Continue with The Florida Keys Council of the Arts; Opened a Brilliant Exhibition a few Days Ago at Gato "Trees of the Keys". 

Joanne Hasman

rise Sunset" by Joanne Sloan  Acrylic

"Under The Royal Poinciana Tree" by C.J. Groth Photo Giclee on Canvas
More Up Shortly from "The Trees of the Keys"

Celebration Marking the Close of Hurricane Season Expands Its Program With Events and Fundraising Throughout Bahama Village, December 5-7 

On the first full weekend of December, Coast Projects - along with Key West Art & Historical Society, Green Parrot and Blue Heaven - will host the Third Annual COAST Is Clear Music & Arts Festival throughout Bahama Village. The festival will feature local arts events and music by a top-notch lineup of internationally acclaimed performers including Rayland Baxter, SUSTO and Tim Reynolds to name a few.

The now-annual event was initially conceived in the weeks and months following Hurricane Irma's 2017 path of destruction when festival founders COAST and Green Parrot joined forces to create an event aimed at both lifting spirits and raising funds for storm relief.

According to COAST founder Billy Kearins, "The mission is still the same three years in. I like to think it's just as much about our community celebrating that we made it through the toughest part of the year - you know, the tropical weather and the slow season for the service industry - as it is about raising funds. Because sometimes lifted spirits are worth more than gold-backed dollars." Continuing, "That said, most of the scheduled events will include donation options at the gate and all funds raised will be directed to Key West Cares who have been helping with the Bahamas relief effort since Dorian devastated the islands in September."

Rayland Baxter Pontarelli
Susto Band

On Thursday, December 5th, Green Parrot will be the musical hub with early and late music sets including Dave Matthews Band lead guitarist Tim Reynolds playing at 10pm. On Friday, the focus will shift to Key West Lighthouse for an afternoon arts market and music throughout the evening with Rayland Baxter and his band ending the night with a full 90-minute set. Saturday will feature a larger arts market at Key West Lighthouse, an art walk and an evening of intimate shows at Blue Heaven and Andy's Cabana where Baxter and good friend Justin Osborne of the indie rock band SUSTO will play a full set to a tiny crowd of all-access pass holders.

Full schedule, details and tickets for the festival can be found online at or by visiting the COAST Outpost at 803 Whitehead St.

"Art from the Heart" Fund Raising Event for FKSPCA
WWW.ZAZOOARTGALLERY.COM  622 Duval 305-294-8925

Gallery Managers James and Jason (L & R); With Key West Wyland Gallery Owner Jay in Middle; with Apologies to the Young Lady in the Middle for not having her Name

Above Artist and Zazoo Gallery Owner Don Oriolo ( A Big Supporter of Animals & Wildlife
More from Zazoo from the Art 

Environmental Center & Headquarters 631 Greene St. 305-294-3100 
( A MUST TO VISIT : Next to the Brewery)
PO Box 430 KW, Fla, 33041
Fax : 305-293-9519

The 32nd Annual Reef Relief Meeting Usually Held at the Casa Marina Resort; as usual gave me lots of knowledge on perhaps the most important Topics + As Usual Extremely Entertaining ; Great Job ALL... Here are a few Pics ; and then to be Continued Further Down.  To see Last Week's Complete Feature go to the Nov. 18 Issue

President, Chairman & Ceo Bob Cardenas

NOAA's Beth Devaney & Chris Bergh



Rosalind Brackenbury Event Last Week

533 Eaton Street (Corner Simonton) 305-320-0208

Her Book Reading & Signing Last Week
Go to Last Week's Issue to see the Complete Feature on her Book Signing and Reading  Nov. 18

The Complete Listing of the November and  Most of December Up Shortly from Books and Books
More from 
Zazoo Gallery Managers Jason and James; along with Owner / Artist Don Oriolo Host the FKSPCA with a Fund Raiser "Art from the Heart"

Next Week a Photo Feature from One of the TSKW Current Exhibitions : Lisandra Ramirez and Osmeivy Ortega

"Other Minds" by Osmeivy Ortega
Lisandra Ramirez


More Shortly


825 White St. 305-294-0609
Helen Offers this Link to a Visit to the Gallery and a few of the Works

"Balancing Act"  61 X 8 X 10  Bronze, Hot Patina, & Granite

"The Ant Eater" 34 X 17 X 14 Bamboo, Hickory, Walnut, Bronze Oil, & Wax

"Sky High" 8'8" X 16" X 18"  Palm, Bronze, Dade County Pine, Iron, Granite Oil, & Paint


305-296-0458 533 Eaton St.


WWW.FKSPCA.ORG 5230 College Rd. 305-296-1504


World Aid's Day December 1 at The Aids Memorial / Edward B. Knight Pier

We have 10 new names to add to the Memorial in 2019.
Please join the Board of Directors of the Friends of the AIDS Memorial and the Key West Community as we remember those who we have loved and lost. We commemorate World AIDS Day every December 1st, beginning with a candlelight walk from Key West City Hall to the Edward B. Knight Pier. The names of those whom we are adding in 2019 will be read aloud, as well as the full list of names will be ready by both the marchers and attendees waiting at the Memorial. There is no cost to attend. Those wishing to be in the Candlelight Walk can meet at the compass rose in front of Key West City Hall on White St at 4:30PM. The walking group will join the seated attendees at the Memorial at approximately 5PM. Click FB Link Below for More Information


 November 20-24, 2019

Lets take a few lines from the Tropic we Used in the Nov. 18 Issue to Describe Just a few of 120 Films & Events
Carla : Marketing Dir. &  One of the Staff Manager of The Tropic Cinema sends regards ( Also on Behalf of Michael) and tells us just a few Highlights from the 2019 KWFF (Nov. 20-24) 
We are thrilled to be kicking off the Key West Film Festival on Wednesday, November 20 with the Opening Night Film: Martin Scorsese's " The Irishman ," introduced by critics K. Austin Collins of Vanity Fair and Jen Yamato of The Los Angeles Times.

More highlights include:
A 40th Anniversary screening of " Alien ," with Golden Key Winner Tom Skerritt
A 20th Anniversary screening of " Boys Don't Cry ," with Golden Key Award Director Kimberly Peirce
A 10th Anniversary screening of " A Single Man ," with Golden Key Costume Designer Arianne Phillips
Feature Screenings of " Marriage Story ," " Just Mercy " and Closing Night Film " Waves ," with director Trey Edward Shults
Tons of filmmaker appearances, Florida exclusives and local and international features and shorts.

Here is the Opening Night Screening of "The Irishman" by Martin Scorsese

Founder & CEO of the KWFF Brooke Christian Kicking off the 5 Day Festival

KWFF Program Director Michael Tuckman Introducing Austin Collins from Vanity Fair and Jen Yamato Los Angeles Times
Taking a 4 JPEG Break from KWFF for the TSKW Exhibition "Solo Dar Gracias / Just Give Thanks" by Silvia Rodriguez Rivero.  I will have about 10 More from The Exhibition in Next Week's Issue.  This is 1 of 2 Current Exhibitions at TSKW; (Other Two are Lisandra Ramirez & Osmeivy Ortega). I will have the Titles for these 4 below and the others from Ms. Rivero next week.  They are Mostly Acrylic on Canvas for Silvia Rodriguez Rivero

The Annual "TSKW Artisan Holiday Market" Nov.
30 9a-2p
The Annual "TSKW Winter's Member Exhibition : Outside the Line" Dec. 5-26
"Listen" by Adam Russell"

KWFF Program Director Michael Tuckman Introducing the Q&A for "The Irishman"

More from the 2019 KWFF Up Shortly


Part 13
Pres. Don

Tom Skerritt & Kimberly Peirce Up Shortly "Golden Key Award Recipients



MCSO Animal Farm 5501 College Rd. 305-293-7300

"Parade of Paws" at Higgs Beach Sat 12/14 10am
"Christmas  on the  Farm"  Dec 15 at the MCSO Animal Farm


Once again ; Due to Time Constraints in Order to get the Nov. 25 Issue Out due to the Possibility of not being around Easy Access Internet for 10 Days; and to catch a Plane in a few Hrs..I'm not going to go into any Details for the rest of the Photos from KWFF.  Part 2 of the 2019 KWFF (Next Week & a Few Weeks After Pts. 3 & 4) will from Start to Finish give you many Pics and will give detailed Info. and Identification.

Here is the Opening Night Red Carpet Party

Many Additional Red Carpet Party Pics Next Issue

More Up Shortly

Part 13

More Up Shortly


More Up Shortly

281 Front St. 305-295-6616


The Next Few Artists Scheduled to Appear in Key West

David Miller:  November 29 -30 & Dec 1

Stephen Muldoon: 28-29-30-31. Show times Friday & Saturday 12pm-3pm and 7pm-10pm, Sunday 11am-4pm


National Book Award Finalist Kali Fajardo-Anstine - Nov. 26th at 6PM

Kali Fajardo-Anstine is the author of the short story collection, Sabrina & Corina, a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award in Fiction. Fajardo-Anstine is also a former resident of Key West and her fiction has appeared in The American Scholar, Boston Review, The Idaho Review, Southwestern American Literature, and elsewhere. She has an MFA from the University of Wyoming and lives in Colorado.
A signing will follow the talk and Books & Books at the Studios of Key West will  be on hand for those interested in purchasing a copy of Sabrina & Corina.  This free event is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Key West Library.

Monroe County Public Library
700 Fleming Street
Key West, FL  33040


1100 Atlantic Blvd.  305-294-3210, 914-393-2358


WWW.TSKW.ORG 305-296-0458 533 Eaton St.
To see ALL the Current and Future Exhibitions at TSKW Click Exhibition Link from their Website


 Here is the Exhibition Page on the KWAHS Website that will give you all the Current & Year Round Exhibitions 
Upcoming Exhibitions
The 4 Listed Right Now
"Literary History of Key West" Nov. 1-Feb 9, 2020
"Key West Collects : Our Community Treasures" Nov. 22 - Jan. 5, 2020
"From a Woman's Hand" Jan. 17- March 22
"Sanford Birdsey A Retrospective" Feb. 21 - April 22, 2020

More from KWAHS Up Shortly

Open Forum on Wednesday December 4th, 6pm at Metropolitan Community Church, 1215 Petronia St. Key West
Last Stand Board is hosting an open discussion forum on alternatives proposed in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary "Restoration Blueprint." This important document will update rules for and management of the waters surrounding Key West and the Florida Keys from Ocean Reef to the Dry Tortugas.
The board is formulating a response to the proposals and we want to hear from you about what is important to change or to keep the same.
We need your expertise to help us make a thoughtful, science-based reply.
Annual Meeting Thursday January 30th, 6pm at Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center
The 2020 Annual Meeting will feature Jon Rizzo of the National Weather Service. His talk will review the 2019 storm season and give us better insights to hurricane forecasting. We will also wrap up the 2019 year with a review of Last Stand activities and election of new board members.


Saturday Night 2019 KWFF Awards Ceremony Party at TSKW

Saturday Night 2019 Awards Ceremony at TSKW

One of the Many Films Screening on the Last Day Sunday : Here is a New Group of Shorts Category This Year that we Love since The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friend ( The "Friends" are the Hundreds of Associate Contributing Editors / Organization) is Top Heavy with Eco-Nature-Animal-Conservation Features.  The New Event / Category of Short Films :"Environmental Docs & Animation"
Our Next Issue will have Part 2 of the 2019 KWFF and Will Start with the First Day  (Nov. 20, 2019) and will contain Detailed Info. & Identifications.


 WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM 900 Southard Street 305-294-2469
MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and  Michael send Regards and tells us :
Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to localsEditor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room.  ( More Below)










Email to become a vendor or register here ==>
Keep up the Great Job Jill and Sean. Next December 1, 15, & 29

And Every Thursday at The Truman Waterfront Park is Key West Farmers Market 10am-2:30pm

WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM 305-296-2988  1316 Duval St.


Ever Saturday Morning 10am is Discovery Saturdays for the entire Family

33 East Quay Rd. 305-809-4750


Hosting the 2019 Key West Film Fest



The Key West Gallery


Meet the Artists D. Arthur and Lisa Wilson
Friday, November 29, 2019 at 10:00 PM EST
Sunday, December 1, 2019 at 10:00 PM EST

Watch D. Arthur Wilson paint and sculpt in the gallery and meet the artists while viewing their newest originals and limited editions. Meet the Artists Friday 11am-2pm and 7-10pm Saturday 11am- 4pm and 7-10pm Sunday 12noon- 6pm RSVP today 305- 292-9339 or
Key West Gallery
"Soul Mates" by D. Arthur 30 X 20 Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
"Ancient Jubilation" by Lisa Wilson  21CM X 48 CM  Original on Glass

Meet Alexei Butirskiy Appearance and Show at Key West Gallery
Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 10:00 AM EST
Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 10:00 PM EST

Key West Gallery will host Alexei Butirskiy & the Worlds Largest  Collection of his Original paintings & Limited Edition pieces. Butirskiy will be here for a showing of his artwork Dec. 12-15, 2019 at Key West Gallery & will paint live so clients will be able to witness how he builds one of his masterpieces. RSVP today or 305-292-9339
Key West Gallery

Meet Adam Scott Rote
Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 10:00 AM EST
Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 10:00 PM EST

Meet the Artist 11am-2pm and 7-10pm Daily. Adam Rote will unveil his newest original and limited edition paintings as he paints live in the gallery. Enjoy show specials and personalized dedications on all new artwork purchases.
Key West Gallery

Friday, December 27, 2019 at 10:00 AM EST
Sunday, December 29, 2019 at 12:00 AM EST

Welcome and meet renowned artists Bill Mack and Gary Welton December 27- 29 RSVP requested New original artwork and limited editions available for purchase. Click title to RSVP today /305- 292-9339/
Key West Gallery
Bill Mack
Gary Welton

Thanks Key West Gallery for bringing into Key West Amazingly Talented Artists. What a Treat Visiting Your Gallery


524 Front St. 305-292-0448

In the Next Few Issues we'll do a Photo Feature Tour of Fairvilla


5201 College Rd.  

KEY WEST, Florida Keys - The Key West Botanical Garden Society, a 501 (c)3 non-profit corporation, is recruiting for 5 seats on its Board of Directors for the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden.  The Garden is an endangered ecosystem and is the only frost-free tropical humid forest and botanical garden in the continental United States.
Applications are now open for consideration with two-year terms starting in January, 2020.  The Board specifically seeks a Treasurer/Bookkeeper.  Other areas of expertise that are particularly relevant to the board include, but are not limited to:  Accounting, Law, IT, Education, Engineering, Public Relations and Fundraising.   We need you to serve -  to share your expertise, and contribute.  Board responsibilities include monthly board meetings and participation in committee work.
The Key West Botanical Garden Society was formed in 1988 taking over stewardship of the Garden which had been created in 1935 through WPA funding.  The Garden's mission is to preserve, develop, expand and maintain the historic Garden as an arboretum, botanical garden, wildlife refuge and educational center.
Send letter of interest to Key West Botanical Garden, 5210 College Road, Key West, FL  33040 or email:  Website:

Misha McCrae Sends Regards and Tells Us :
Show off your scary design skills and enter the "Scarecrows in the Garden" artist design contest.   All Scarecrow entries will be on display for two months from October through November 30, 2019 and the use of natural materials is highly encouraged.
3 Categories for Entries : Amateur, Creative Professional, & Business

3428 N. Roosevelt Ave.

5525 College Rd. 305-296-2424

Please take a look at this 2.5 Minute Video of Our Sheriff; Hit SHERIFF Link. Next Issue : More Great Deeds that Sheriff Ramsay and the MCSO Troops Perform.


WWW.REDBARNTHEATRE.COM 319 Duval St. 305-296-9911

First Play of the 2019 / 2020 Season

Dec 10, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020

Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed. Adapted by Nia Vardalos.

Directed By: Joy Hawkins

A struggling writer takes over as an online advice columnist who admits she doesn't have all the answers but mines her own mistakes to empathically respond to dilemmas that are at the heart of being human. The play was based on the best-selling book by Cheryl Strayed of "Wild" fame (a book and movie starring Reese Witherspoon) and was originally directed by Thomas Kail, the director of Hamilton. Tiny Beautiful Things is a luminous play about reaching when you're stuck, healing when you're broken and finding the courage and humor to take on the questions which sometimes have no answers.


5901 College Rd. 305-296-9081


Environmental Center & Headquarters 631 Greene St. 305-294-3100 
( A MUST TO VISIT : Next to the Brewery)
PO Box 430 KW, Fla, 33041
Fax : 305-293-9519

Once Again ; Last Week's Issue had a Lead Feature on the 32nd Annual Reef Relief Members Meeting at The Casa Marina. Click the Nov. 18 Issue to Read the Feature

Mill McCleary Executive Program Director and Bob Cardenas Giving Awards to these 3 Interns : Harley Murray, Baylie Brewer, & Kateryn Noss




Here is another Truly Deserving Organization to Help
Direct Donate Link Below
24215 Carribean Dr. W., SummerLand Key, Fl. 33042.  Keep up the Outstanding Work Dr. David Vaughan and Staff.




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Tickets Now on sale for all 6 concerts

November 21, 2019 
A potpourri with all 10 SCMS artists offering a taste of the new season and featuring composers Bononcini, Handel, Leoncavallo, Schubert, Saint-Saëns and Sondheim.December 19, 2019 :
Get in the spirit as our artists present an evening of seasonal music. The event will be held in St. Paul's sanctuary which highlights the church's acoustics and magnificent pipe organ. January 16, 2020 :
Vocalists Barbara Staffen, John Baird, and Dean Warden perform Monteverdi, Schubert, Copeland and Weill. February 20, 2020 : Four-hand piano pieces by Dvořak, Chaminade, and Jongen with Ann McFarland and Tim Peterson. March 19, 2020 : An evening of Strings with Irie Monte, Pavla Houdkova and Mark Simcox performing Beethoven and Mozart accompanied by Tim Peterson. April 16, 2020 :  Enjoy 
Dvořak performed by Irie Monte, Pavla Houdkova, and Mark Simcox accompanied by Ann McFarland plus Bach sung by John Baird accompanied by Tim Peterson and Donna DeForrest


WWW.TSKW.ORG 305-296-0458 533 Eaton St.

Here are 4 More events from TSKW
Nov. 7-28 "Lisandra Ramirez & Osmeivy Ortega"

Nov.7-28 "Solo Dar Gracias : Just Give Thanks" by Silvia Rodriguez Rivero

Nov. 15-19 Havana's 500th Year Anniversary
Dec 5-26 (with Reception 12/5 (6-8pm) Outside the Lines : Winter's Members Exhibition

November 7-28 (Reception 11/7) Click Link
Lisandra Ramirez and Osmeivy Ortega

November 7-28 (Reception 11/7) Click Link


AnnaMarie Giordano has Life Drawing Workshops at the KWAHS (East Martello Tower / Museum Every Tuesday. Tuesday at 11a-2p.  She is accepting Additional Models. and 609-844-3474 to Reach Out to AnnaMarie



Florida Keys Council of the Arts Request for Grant Proposals, Deadline November 30
The Florida Keys Council of the Arts is seeking Monroe County artists of all genres (visual, music, dance, literary, etc.) to apply for two grant opportunities. The deadline for Artist in Schools and Special Project grants is November 30 at 5pm. Applications are accepted online, and can be found at 
The Artists in Schools Grant program invites teaching artists in the performing, visual, literary or historical arts into the classroom. Teachers and teaching artists are encouraged to collaborate on creative projects together to enhance the existing curriculum  or to teach a new topic integrating the arts. All Monroe County public and private schools, as well as other organizations that serve children ages 5-18, are eligible to be partners for the teaching artist. This application is for the spring 2020 semester. Artists in Schools grants are up to $2,000.
Special Project Grant is intended for arts organizations or individual artists in Monroe County. The grant is to provide short-term support to vital, creative projects that do not fit into the other grant categories. Special project funding is limited to once in three years, up to $2,000 per request.   
Contact information:
Please call the Florida Keys Council of the Arts for suggestions and assistance at 305-295-4369 or by email to The Florida Keys Council of the Arts is the leading arts and cultural organization in the Florida Keys. As the non-profit local arts agency in Monroe County it connects audiences from around the world to galleries, theaters, museums, festivals, dance, music and more from Key Largo to Key West. FKCA makes grants, supports Art in Public Places, and promotes the destination for its rich and diverse history in art and culture. The Arts Council provides services to visual and performing artists, arts organizations, students and the public, striving to instill a passion for and participation in the arts.



This Excellent On-Line Newspaper / Magazine has Hundreds of Local News Features-Photos-Videos and Fantastic Investigative Reporting.  Go to their Above Website to see ALL The Updated Features.


The 2020 local elections in Monroe County include State Senate, State and U.S. Representatives, three County Commission seats, Clerk of Courts, Sheriff, Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections, Tax Collector, State Attorney, Public Defender and four judgeships. City of Key West Mayor and three Key West City Commission seats, two Monroe County School Board and two Florida Keys Mosquito Control District seats will also be on the 2020 ballot. Lastly, we will also be voting on the second KEYS Energy Lower Keys representative. (LINK to FULL LIST)  
Support Good Government! Go to, or email for more information on the election


WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM 900 Southard Street 305-294-2469

MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and Michael send Regards and tells us :
"Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to locals.  Editor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room."  ( More Below)

Mark Yeoman Art Work in the Main Dinning Room

Here is the Menu Link 


United & White St.

The Key West Police Department is reminding bicyclists that front and back bicycle lights are mandatory. Riding without the requisite white front light and red rear light is not only dangerous, but can bring the riders fines of nearly $70.
As the seasonal population of Key West is growing, so have the number of complaints regarding bikes with no lights. Police are increasing efforts to stop, warn, and ticket these illegal riders.
Recent studies have shown that Key West, when compared to cities of equal size, ranks #4 for bicycle injuries and #4 for incidents involving pedestrians. Over the past several years, Key West has dropped in ranking from #1 to #4 for bicycle injuries -with the help of FDOT grants that help us dedicate officers for education and enforcement.
Ideally, the goal of these efforts is to educate motorists as well as cyclist and pedestrians. The goal of the enforcement is to change behaviors. Anyone driving a vehicle needs to be aware of cyclists and respect their right to share the road. Motorists must be aware of and yield to pedestrians in the crosswalks. Pedestrians must use crosswalks and be sure they are visible to drivers when walking at night. Cyclists need to obey the rules of the road. The goal of these efforts is to make a real reductions in injuries and fatalities by changing behaviors.



Thank you for helping us support Monroe County students! 
or Mail check to United Way PO Box 2143 KW 33045

WWW.FKSPCA.ORG 5230 College Rd. 305-296-1504


Click any of the Orange Links to be Taken to the Different Areas on their Website
Key West Sunset Dinner Cruise. Dine in A/C Large Main Cabin. View Famous KW Sunset from Upper Deck. On-Line Special "Dinner Cruise" Not $69 ONLY $59. Adults $59, Children 12 & Under $39.95, & Children 5 & Younger FREE. Includes Tropical Food Buffet with Upper Deck Free Margaritas, Rum Runners, Well Mixed Drinks (Premium Mixed Drinks Extra Cash Bar). Also FREE Champagne & Soft Drinks

Mall on Duval :  The First Weekend of Every Month Non Profit Organizations are Featured

A Photo from the Grand Opening Event


Thanks Emily Berg for Sharing This Information with Our Readers

Books and Books at TSKW (Corner Simonton and Eaton)

Literary Reading and Book signing Schedule

Literary Reading and Book signing
Stephen Chbosky - Imaginary Friend
Emily Berg -
Books & Books @ the Studios of Key West - 533 Eaton St, Key West 33040
Monday, November 25th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Stephen Chbosky, best selling author of the hit THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWERwill read from his new adult novel IMAGINARY FRIEND with a book signing to follow. 

Next Week's Issue will have Photos of the Books and Authors for the December Literary Readings and Signings 

Literary Reading and Book signing
Emily Berg -
Books & Books @ the Studios of Key West - 533 Eaton St, Key West 33040
Friday, December 6th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Bestselling author Jami  Attenberg returns to Books and Books for a reading and signing of her new novel ALL THIS COULD BE YOURS. Think the drama of Big Little Lies set in the heat of a New Orleans summer.

Literary Reading and Book signing
Ayse Papatya Bucak - THE TROJAN WAR MUSEUM
Emily Berg -
Books & Books @ the Studios of Key West - 533 Eaton St, Key West 33040
Tuesday, December 10th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Pushcart Prize-winning author and former Studios of Key West artist in residence Ayse Papatya Buck returns to the island with her debut story collection of spectacular imaginative range and lyricism THE TROJAN WAR MUSEUM. Reading with book signing to follow.

L iterary Reading and Book signing
Emily Berg -
Books & Books @ the Studios of Key West - 533 Eaton St, Key West 33040
Friday, December 13th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Renowned artist and Key West favorite Roberta B. Marks, will give a presentation of work featured in the new anthology book Works and Worlds. Book signing to follow.

L iterary Reading and Book signing
Emily Berg -
Books & Books @ the Studios of Key West - 533 Eaton St, Key West 33040
Wednesday, December 18th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Phyllis Rose, literary critic and biographer will appear at Books and Books to read from and discuss her latest book - a biography of photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Book signing to follow.

Here is some Information that we've been Featuring the Last Few Weeks that was sent over from the KWFF and Team of Associates.  I have included it here Post Event since it gives some great Information; and we will Feature Kimberly Peirce and Tom Skerritt in the 2nd Part of the Post Event Features.

Key West Film Festival to honor "Boys Don't Cry" filmmaker Kimberly Peirce and MASH & "Alien" actor Tom Skerritt with prestigious Golden Key Awards at Eighth Annual Festival

Key West Film Festival announced that "Boys Don't Cry" filmmaker Kimberly Peirce and "Alien" actor Tom Skerritt will receive prestigious Golden Key Awards at this year's festival, running November 20-24, 2019 at the Tropic Cinema, 416 Eaton Street.
Peirce, a writer, director, and Florida native who attended high school in Miami, will be honored on the 20th anniversary of the release of the groundbreaking film "Boys Don't Cry," which she co-wrote and directed.  The festival will screen the film on Friday, November 22, with Peirce joining Film at Lincoln Center Deputy Director Eugene Hernandez for a pre-screening discussion.
Two-time Golden Globe nominee and "Picket Fences" Best Actor Award winner Skerritt, who has appeared in more than 40 films including "Top Gun" with former Key West resident Kelly McGillis, will be interviewed by Rolling Stone's David Fear at a Thursday, November 21 40th anniversary screening of the seminal sci-fi film "Alien," in which Skerritt played the part of Captain Arthur Dallas. "Alien" will be preceded by a screening of the award-winning short film "The Phantom 52," which premiered at Sundance 2019 and stars Skerritt. Director Geoff Marslett will also be in attendance.
"We are beyond thrilled and humbled to be able to honor both Kimberly and Tom on major anniversaries of two films that broke boundaries and rules for their genre and paved the way for so many future voices to express their creativity," says Key West Film Festival Director of Programming Michael Tuckman.
Skerritt and Peirce join the Festival's past Golden Key Award winners Burt Reynolds, Marisa Tomei, Paul Verhoeven, Alan Cumming, Harmony Korine, Lois Smith, Mariel Hemingway, and many other celebrated actors and filmmakers. Now in its 8th year, the much-noted Festival is a showcase for dozens of cinematic offerings while highlighting visiting filmmakers, actors, directors, and industry leaders through discussions and workshops, with access to some of the biggest names in the film business. Red carpet events, parties and award ceremonies round out a world-class festival experience 'Where Passion Meets Paradise.'
VIP and All-Access Pass festival-goers can join the honorees in viewing and discussing their classic films. Limited one-day passes are pending seat availability for these events. The complete 2019 line-up of films will be officially unveiled to the public on Tuesday, October 29 during a Festival kick-off party held at Mangoes Restaurant, 700 Duval Street, from 7:30pm - 9:00pm.  Admission is free.
Stay abreast of Key West Film Festival announcements by signing up for their e-blasts at, where event passes, including VIP, All-Access, and Auteur options, are now available. For more information, visit or contact Carla Turner, Tropic Cinema Marketing Director at


NOW is the largest organization of feminist grass-roots activists in the US. NOW has hundreds of chapters and hundreds of thousands of members and activists in all 50 states. Since its founding 1966, NOW's purpose is to take action through intersectional grassroots activism, to promote feminist ideals, lead societal change, eliminate discrimination, and achieve and protect the equal rights of all women and girls in all aspects of social, political, and economic life. 
Key West NOW meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm at Shanna Key and we welcome your presence.


Monday-Wednesday-Friday 7:45 AM 
(weather permitting). 
An invigorating blend of stretches, dance, Pilates and yoga for the body, mind and spirit for Individuals and Couples. Towels, Mats, Weights, Music & Instruction for ONLY $15.  526 Angela Street at The Gardens Hotel ( Corner Simonton and Angela). 305-294-3381.  Ask for Concierge as well if you don't see the Group in the Gardens.

WWW.DANCEKEYWEST.ORG Offices & Studios in the Key West Theater 2nd Fl. 512 Eaton St. Kyla Piscopink, Cricket Desmarais, and Kristen Huffman

 One of the ways to Support Dance Key West is of course Make a Donation to this Truly Deserving Non Profit; and Another Way is "Wine Bingo for Dance Key West" at Vinos 810 Duval St.. Contact Vinos and Dance Key West for their upcoming Events

717 Love Lane


 Key West Farmers Market at Truman Waterfront 10a-2pm
On July 16 the Key West City Council approved a weekly Farmers Market at Truman Waterfront. The decision came after new organizers came forward to fill the void left by the abrupt departure of the Green Market at Bayview Park. Jill Snodgrass and Sean Krikorian, owners of the event firm Daily Plan-it, already organize the popular seasonal Key West Artisan Market at Higgs Beach so it was a natural fit. "We feature many of the same vendors who came to us expressing a need and desire to continue serving the people of Key West," Krikorian explained. "Many of them participate in a market almost every day somewhere in the keys, so missing an option on Thursdays left a void for them as well as the patrons."  The Truman Waterfront Advisory Board reached out to encourage selection of that recently renovated area as the new location and both vendors and organizers agreed it is a perfect choice.
The new event  began August 1 and continue every Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm. The show will feature produce sold by the Homestead farmer who grows it, Rosie, the famous cheese lady, orchids and native plants, pickles, honey, handcrafted items and other specialties. Organizers are applying to make the show EBT/SNAP friendly so affordable fresh food will be available to more people. Working locals are urged to take advantage of the many prepared items and stop at the market during their lunch break to enjoy a seaside picnic while they shop. Parking is plentiful and free with a resident parking permit. Visitors are encouraged to use the free pink Duval Loop Bus which stops close by. The new splash park and tours of the Ingham are also available in the park.
"When the Green Market closed many locals were very vocal about wanting a farmers market option in their backyard." Krikorian said, "We hope everyone shows up to support this and helps make sure its sustainable."
For more information or to participate, contact Sean K at 305.731.3385 or visit facebook kwfarmersmarket
The Last Few Issues of The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends
APRIL 1 2019
APRIL 8 2019
APRIL 15 2019
April 29 2019
May 27 (Last Issue of the 2018 / 2019) Season
Special Edition Summer Issue #1 June 24
Special Edition Summer Issue#2 July 15, 2019
Special Edition Summer Issue#3 Aug. 5, 2019
Special Edition Summer Issue#4 Aug. 19, 2019
FIRST ISSUE OF THE 2019 / 2010 Season  Sept. 9
SECOND ISSUE OF THE 2019 / 2010 Season Sept. 23
September 30, 2019
Oct. 7, 2019
Oct. 14, 2019
Oct. 21, 2019
Oct. 28, 2019
Nov. 3, 2018


From the Key West Business Guild
 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603
WWW.GAYKEYWESTFL.COM  808 Duval St. 305-294-4603.
Dec. Mixer is at Alonzo's Oyster Bar 12/11. Their Dec. Luncheon at Marriott Beachside is 12/4 & is the Annual Meeting & Awards  Below Click Link to Reserve for Luncheon  Click RESERVE 

Great Job on your Weekly Friday E-Mail Campaigns ; and ALL the Member's Businesses Special Event Flyers & Materials
Please call the Chamber for Pricing and to Reserve an Ad Spot


DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS ; Next Week we'll Continue
 "Photos of the Week" from Executive Contributing Editor Peter Arnow

Peter Arnow's Photos can also be found Most Every Day in WWW.KONKLIFE.COM

WWW.THEMERUNS.COM 305-747-8563

 11/28 9am Turkey Trot, Duck Key Benefits Local Law Enforcement. 11/30 8am Hog Trot 5K Key West Benefits KWHS Track and Cross Country. 
12/30 6pm illuminated 5K Key West Benefits MCBA Scholarship and Take Stock In Children
RACES 2020 
2/9 8am Red Hot Run 5K Key West Benefits Anchors Aweigh. 2/23 8am FINtastic 5K Key West Benefits Gerald Adams Elementary.  3/2 8am Sombrero 5K/10/15K Marathon. Benefits KAIR , 
4/23 7pm Duval Mile 1mile Key West Benefits KWHS Track and Cross Country. 4/27 8am Mariners March 5K Key West Benefits Basilica School. 5/4 8am Tutu 10K and Relay Key West Benefits KWHS. 6/29 8am PAL 5K Key West Benefits Police Athletic League. 7/4 8am Rotary 4th of July 5K Key West Benefits Rotary of Key West.  9/5 8am Heroes Salute 5K Duck Key Benefits Monroe FD. 9/19 8am One Human Race 5K Key West Benefits May Sands Montessori School. 10/3 8am Red Shirt Run 5K Key West Benefits AH Monroe. 10/26 6pm Heroes and Villains 5K Key West Benefits KWHS. 11/7 8am Zonta ABC 5K Key West Benefits Women's Health Mammograms.  11/8 or 15th (DATE TBD) 8am Childrens School 5K Key West Benefits The Children's School.  11/15 or 22nd 7:30am Mariners Hospital 5K/10K Islamorada Benefits The Center for Excellence in Nursing 11/26. 9am Turkey Trot Duck Key Benefits Local Law Enforcement. 11/28 8am Hog Trot 5K Key West Benefits KWHS Track and Cross Country.  12/30 6pm illuminated 5K Key West Benefits MCBA Scholarship and Take Stock In Children
Beth Moyes
President Theme Runs Inc.
Zombie Bike Ride Artist Coordinator
Fantasy Fest Parade Coordinator
(305) 747-8563
1277 1st St. Suite 1
Key West FL 33040


Next Week's Issue will have a few of their Most Recent Photo Galleries ; However Why Wait? Hit Above Link & Go to Their Website.


WWW.KEYWEST.GARDEN  305-296-1504
5201 College Rd.  

The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden on Stock Island is seeking volunteers to help with the Nursery, Garden and general office help.  No experience necessary and training is provided.  Volunteer hours apply toward Community Service for students, City, County & State Programs. For more information contact the Garden office at (305) 296-1504, email or go online to to sign up.  
The Garden is located at 5210 College Road, on Stock Island, Key West, Florida.  For information about visiting the Garden, please visit  or call 305.296.1504.


WWW.MARCHOUSE.ORG  305-296-9556


Q-Magazine from Neil Chamberlain 
WWW.QKEYWEST.COM 305-396-8227


 The Tennessee Williams Museum Exhibit 513 Truman Ave. 305-204-4527

The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends uses Constant Contact for our Database Management and Production. It's amazingly Easy and the Customer Support is second to none (With a Tie with Dell). WWW.CONSTANTCONTACT.COM 866-289-2101


Rebecca Tomlinson (Artistic Managing Director  305-587-8961)   Tickets at


WWW.INSTITUTOSANCARLOS.ORG 516 Duval St. 305-294-3887 




Click this  LINK1 for their Facebook Page


Please go to their Facebook Pages and Website for Event Listings as well as Great Features

Here is a Video Link about "Car Free Key West & One Spot that they just added more Bike Racks

-------------------------------------   305-766-9727 Peter Arnow 305-923-9645

The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends are in Many of the Playbills Every Year.  Target Market Visibility to an UPSCALE Disposable Income Demographic.

Roberta and Peter Say Reserve Early

To be seen in any of the 2019-20 Cultural Arts Publications

Deadlines: ( I left in Past Deadlines so you can see for next year or perhaps they have extended some of the Deadlines)
October 18 for  Red Barn Theatre, Key West Theater, Fringe Theatre, Waterfront Playhouse and South Florida Symphony, November 1 for Tennessee Williams Theatre and Truman Foundation, November 15 for Impromptu Concerts, Anne McKee Art Auction Program, February 15 for Key West Songwriter's Festival, May 1 for PrideFest Key West 2020,  Mystery Fest Key West, Key West Summer Stage 2020, May 15  for Key West International Guitar Festival, June 1 for Tropical Heat 2020, July 1  for WomenFest 2020



407 Wall St. 305-294-5015


WWW.FKSPCA.ORG 5230 College Rd. 305-296-1504


WWW.DOITKEYWEST.COM 305-440-0529 2011 Flagler Ave. 
Gracy sends regards and tells us : This website was created to make easier to event goers to find times and dates. Companies can save time and always have updated/available events available to them and their customers. They don't have to search every local news paper to find what they need. They have ready and combined information on one calendar. It's also online and therefore very convenient. Most people are digital nowadays. Another selling point is that the calendar of events will provide useful information that can be used for scheduling. Any company who is having a special event can look at the global calendar and avoid clashing times/dates with other organizations. This also allows them to attract more people to their events by scheduling their own events when other organizations aren't scheduled. 

 305-293-7500  1100 Simonton St. 33040

Please go to their Website for the Most Accurate / Updated Schedule Including Additions
          December 1st - Max Weinberg's Jukebox - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    December 5th - Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     December 7th  - Paula Poundstone - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,      December 11th - A Peter White Christmas feat. Euge Groove, Vincent Ingala & Lindsey Webster - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   December 15th - Bret Michaels - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm, Sinbad - January 14th - Shows at 6:30pm & 9:00pm,    Tommy Castro - January 17th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    Tommy Emmanuel - February 15th & 16th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     Judy Collins - February 17th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    February 22nd - Tom Papa - Show 7pm/Doors 6pm,   February 25th - John Lodge - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,      February 27th - Beginnings: A Tribute to the Music of Chicago - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     February 29th - Firefall - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm, March 1st - John Tesh - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   March 16th & 17th -Get The Led Out- Show 8pm/Doors 7pm.
 RamsHead Productions Temptations April 5, 2020; and also Kool and the Gang with the Village People Feb. 21, 2020
Sugar Rum Cherry : A Burlesque NutCracker
December 19, 20 & 21.  Go to their website for Detailed Info.
March 12 & 13

DOORS 7:00P // SHOW 8:00P
The Kingston Trio began with Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane and Dave Guard in 1955... Home base: San Francisco. The three founded what turned out to be the most influential music band to emerge from the 1950s, only to be outdone by The Beatles. With talent and tenacity, they rose to become the undisputed kings of an acoustic musical genre that exploded onto the American scene, and still exists today!

10,000 MANIACS
DOORS 7:00P // SHOW 8:00P
The band has covered plenty of ground in its 35-plus years, from cult-herodom to international stardom, to their current status as a cornerstone alternative band. But the sound and spirit of 10,000 Maniacs remains consistent. The live shows embrace their entire catalogue, and the lineup is still anchored by four of the six original members.


SHOWS AT 6:30PM & 9:30PM

Kevin Nealon sets himself apart from other comedic performers with his unique sense of humor, dry wit and likeable demeanor. Nealon is best known for his nine-year stint as a cast member of NBC's Saturday Night Live, and has received critical acclaim for his role in the Showtime series, Weeds.



Hit the Blue Links for the Interface to Various Areas on their Site
Key West Sunset Dinner Cruise. Dine in A/C Large Main Cabin. View Famous KW Sunset from Upper Deck. On-Line Special Not $69 ONLY $59. Adults $59, Children 12 & Under $39.95, & Children 5 & Younger FREE. Includes Tropical Food Buffet with Upper Deck Free Margaritas, Rum Runners, Well Mixed Drinks (Premium Mixed Drinks Extra Cash Bar). Also FREE Champagne & Soft Drinks


WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM The Tourist Development Council (TDC) does a Great Job in Producing their Website & Monthly E-Mail Campaigns which include their Monthly "Keys Traveler" Hit the website URL as well as this Link   TRAVELER  to Bring the November Materials  RIGHT NOW

TDC Photo Adventure Link Below

K ey West Old Island Restoration ( OIRF) Kicks Off 60th Anniversary Festivities

Eco Films to Be UnveIled at the 2019 Key West Film Festival

Stewards of the Keys Monthly Section "Reef's Alli Candelmo

Key Largo Bridge Run to Attract Distance Runners Nov. 9

November Featured Video : Keys Sunset Video
"Mallory Square Sunset Celebration"
2019 / 2020 Season Kicks Off in a Few Days (Nov. 18) Click this TDC Event Link

Make sure to check out ALL the TDC Materials ; which Include Photo Galleries, Videos, and Extensive Events and Information Materials. Great Job TDC Staff.  
For Many Additional TDC Features for November and December Hit

  WWW.GARDENSHOTEL.COM 526 Angela St. 305-294-2661

Cabaret ALL TIMES ARE 5-7 PM
Cabaret  @ d'vine Wine Gallery:

Cabaret  @ d'vine Wine Gallery:
Monday, Nov 25, James King III, 5-7 pm
Tuesday, Nov 26, Nancy 3 Hoffman, 5-7 pm
Wednesday, Nov 27, Nina Newton, 5-7 pm
Thursday, Nov 28, Jimmy Olson, 5-7 pm
Friday, Nov 29, TBA, 5-7 pm
Saturday, Nov 30, Bobby Green, 5-7 pm
Sunday,  Dec 1, 5:30 - 8 pm
JaZz In The Gardens
Peter Diamond & Friends!
Wine Class Nov 19!


Nina Newton Playing Usually on Multiple Days Each Week (Next Two Weeks Only Wednesday)
 In fact; all the Talent at their Cabaret Lounge is Great.


MOTE'S Beach Condition Reporting System Expands to the Florida's East Coast
The Beach Conditions Reporting System (BCRS) provides daily updates on waves, currents, water and air temperature, algae and multiple other conditions at 38 beaches, including Lake Worth and 37 Gulf Coast beaches in Southwest Florida and the Panhandle. Each beach is monitored by trained volunteers including lifeguards, park rangers and others coordinated by Mote.  Much Additional Info. is in the E-Mail Campaign that this Feature is in ; Click
In the Next Few Issues I'll be Inserting some recent Links from MOTE. You Should go on the website and sign up for their E-Newsletters.


WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM  900 Southard Street 305-294-2469

Here is the Menu Link 

MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and Michael send Regards and tells us :
"Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to locals.  Editor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room."


WWW.TROPICCINEMA.COM 305-396-4944 416 Eaton St.
Host Venue for the 2019 Key West Film Festival 
HERE IS A PARTIAL LISTING OF THE ART VENUES IN KEY WEST. The Below Galleries & Museums are part of the "Friends" in The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends (Frequent Associate Contributing Editors)


WWW.COCCOANDSALEM.COM  1111Duval St. 305-292-0072


New Location "The Annex" 804 White St.
also "By the Bay" 3340 N. Roos. Blvd. #2

1207 Duval Street  305-296-8900

WWW.ZAZOOARTGALLERY.COM  622 Duval 305-294-8925

WWW.DANCEKEYWEST.ORG Offices & Studios in the Key West Theater 2nd Fl. 512 Eaton St. DanceKW@Gmail.comKyla Piscopink, Cricket Desmarais, and Kristen Huffman

221 Key Deer Blvd., Big Pine Key 305-872-1828

WWW.HARRISON-GALLERY.COM  825 White St. 305-294-0609

WWW.STONESOUPGALLERY.COM 802 White St. 305-296-2080

EFFUSION GALLERY (Just Opened July 5) 701 Duval St.
305-735-4345  WWW.EFFUSION.COM


WWW.AMANDAJOHNSONFINEART.COM   518 Fleming St. 305-414-8396

New Location at 408 Greene Street  305-294-3973

WWW.COLLECTIONSKW.COM 6810 Front St. 305-923-4778

Dog Tired Studio & Gallery 1011 Whitehead St. 802-989-5910  WWW.DOGTIREDSTUDIO.NET

Salt Island Provisions Gallery & General Store  WWW.SALTISLANDPROVISIONS.COM
830 Fleming St. 305-517-6088

ART@830  830 Caroline St. 305-295-9595

Guild Hall Gallery 614 Duval St. 305-296-6076

Alan Maltz Gallery  1210 Duval St. 305-294-0005

DE LA GALLERY 419 Duval St.  305-395-2210


Thanks for Reading and Your Comments.  Have a Great Week. 
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