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2011 

Lest you think that Key West's only priorities are sun and fun, let me tell you about our outstanding high school graduates! Key West High has 1,315 students, and I love the school's motto "Student Success: Whatever It Takes."  The Class of 2011 graduated on June 10, and they do...
06/29/2011
Island Group Realty was down by one staff member, but proudly UP by one good deed this past week. My right hand, Charles, traveled across the country to “Ride to End Aids” in San Francisco.  He rode in the 545 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles from June 5-11. AIDS/LifeCycle has be...
06/22/2011
All things Ernest - - - Hemingway that is- - - will come together July 19-24 in Key West.  And, what a week we will spend celebrating this Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Key West legend! Ernest Hemingway called Key West home throughout the 1930’s.  He actually discovered the wonderful lifestyl...
06/18/2011
You may not consider a trip to the cemetery as a typical “must see,” but here on our island it is well worth the time to tour the Key West Cemetery.  This 19-acre area in Old Town is located at the foot of our highest point, Solares Hill, which stands all of 18 feet above sea level.  The history ...
06/09/2011
Key West promotes diversity and lives its motto of “One Human Family” all year long.  However the dates of June 8-12 are set aside for a special festival called Key West Pride to celebrate our diversity.  The theme of this festival, “We are all created equal members of One Human Family,” is a the...
06/06/2011
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