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Key West infrastructure | What happens when the pipes break?
Well, that was fun, huh? You know, the night the bars shut down and the water stopped running? You probably didn't know it until you went to get some water in the middle of the night and went "what the heck." That's what happens when the Key West infrastructure...
Linda Grist Cunningham is editor and proprietor of Key West Island News. She lives on the island with Ranger Ed and the Cat 5s.
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Key West sargassum 2023 | Four months early and already piling up
No. Just no. It's not time for the Key West sargassum 2023 update. I don't write about Key West sargassum until June; heck maybe not until August. So, one beautiful Saturday morning back in mid-February, out on an Argo Navis sail with the Key West Art and Historical Society, I pretended I didn't...
Key West architecture | Can we afford to preserve history?
Key West's looking pretty spiffy these days. Especially its residential neighborhoods with their ubiquitous Key West architecture. From Old Town to the far reaches of New Town, there's new paint, spruced-up fences, cleaned-up front yards and enough semi-manicured landscaping for a tropical vibe...
Key West local | Are you one? Maybe or not
When I'm off-island and someone asks me where I'm from, I tell them Key West. When I'm home on the porch and someone asks, I say, "Where would you like me to be from because I probably lived there." I'm not a Key West local. I was born in West Virginia, traipsed through North Carolina, Georgia and...
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Key West chef and photographer Martha Hubbard walks the island each morning. For years she has shared with her social media friends a photo or two to start the day. Now she shares her photographs exclusively with Key West Island News. From pounding waves off the White Street pier to a Royal Poinciana bursting red, Martha’s photos are a stunning reminder that we live in a canvas made new every day.
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PAWS IN PARADISE: MEET KEY WEST'S LEGENDARY 'CATMAN' & HIS FLYING FELINES ... See MoreSee Less
PAWS IN PARADISE: MEET KEY WEST'S LEGENDARY 'CATMAN' & HIS FLYING FELINES
keysweekly.comI was sitting at Andy’s Cabana enjoying a fish taco when I heard someone mention the cat herder. A cat herder? Impossible. Everyone knows you can’t herd cats. Ah, but there was a man who could. ...
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Elizabeth Salisbury Pantano
Armand Michael Siolek Fran Anne there he is
Cathy Blok Fucile
David W. Mueller. Glad I got to see him with you
Ross Hagie Glad we got to see him! Connor Greguska check him out if you can when you are in Key West🐈🌴😎
We've known him for years. Great guy!
I loved this at Sunset on Mallory Square.
Kirsten Madama Comley Terri Graham too bad u missed him. But Nort ran into him when we went to Mallory Sq last year.
Love the cat man
I thought he retired
Jennifer Watts Simpson
Donna Benton Embrey
We saw him and the cat's performance a few years ago. Will always recall him saying "Oscaaaaar" to one of the cats.🙂😺
I’ve seen his show for several years. It’s the best show at Mallory Square!
Maureen Meenanmaybe you should train your new pets?? You could give him some competition 😁
Michele Sivertsen Dill
Saw him many years ago at a Renaissance festival around Tampa!
Fun show and guy. Watched him drive down the road on a moped with a stack of animal kennels on back.
Had my picture taken with him 4 days ago…same great man, miss his performances
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Key West is a tiny island at the end of three extraordinarily old and fragile umbilical cords connected to mainland Florida. Our water, our electricity and our communications depend on plugging into the mainland and praying the extension cords hold through hurricanes, boom trucks, out-of-control drivers, unfortunate sailboat captains, salt, water and sun. Oh, and the occasional iguana or bird shortening out a power line or substation. ... See MoreSee Less
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