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Robaxin us Fincar without a rx Issue #79 — Friday, September 12, 2014

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BODY CAMERAS FOR COPS?

Apparently, enough is enough. Use of  excessive force by police officers, that is– real or imagined. More and more police departments across the nation are equipping officers with body cameras that can record both audio and video. The increasing use of this new technology has two goals: (1) Help try to catch cops who might Read More...

Finally, A Key West Homeless Forum With Substance

Thursday, 9/11, brought a link to the above video of the recent homeless forum from Father Steve Braddock. (more…)

Impeding Traffic on the Boulevard

It’s official: it is legal, and in fact encouraged, for bikes, and only bikes, to impede traffic on highways. While it is illegal for motorized vehicles and pedestrians to impede the flow of traffic, and they can be ticketed, bikes are encouraged to use the car lanes even if they  impede the flow of traffic. Read More...

In Monroe County, Change Is A Dirty Word

[Note from the editor:  In case you missed Dr. Murray’s article last week [which was inadvertently posted late last Friday – my bad] … here it is again… No one pays attention to School District affairs like Dr. Murray…] Change is a dirty word in Monroe County.  In last week’s election, every incumbent save one Read More...

Life and Death

Recently I read with fascination an article on simple life forms that can survive the harsh environment of space. British scientists are claiming that they discovered single cell algae, Diatoms, living sixteen miles above the Earth. They were discovered when specialized balloons were sent up to collect data on the Perseid meteor shower. Some of Read More...

The Hurrier I Go…

The White Rabbit in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was not a master of time management despite looking at his pocket watch every three seconds or so. I suspect part of the reason he was always late was his OCD impulse to check the time and confirm that, yes, he indeed was late. Whoever said something Read More...

TUNATOONS: ISLAND OF BONES – PART SEVEN: LAWRENCE THE LOBSTER

Back in 1521 , Juan Ponce de Leon discovered the Island of Key West.  The island had been used as a communal graveyard by the Calusa Indians so he named the island Cayo Hueso (Island of Bones). Since that time this tiny island has produced so many interesting and crazy stories. This story is about Key Read More...

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MUSIC FINE-TUNES YOUNG BRAINS

WHO: Music Together in the Keys WHAT: Brain-developing music classes for newborns to 7-year-olds WHERE: Behind 404 Duval St., in St. Paul’s Rectory WHEN: Fall term starts Sept. 23 COST: $ 185 for 10 weeks includes materials ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fine-tune your child’s brain for success by enrolling in Music Together in the Keys classes, which start Sept. Read More...

Phil Goodman named to Top Environmental Post in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, D7

Phil Goodman of Cudjoe Key, a member of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Auxiliary in Key West, was recently appointed Staff Officer responsible for all Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Activities in District 7 (D7).  Headquartered in Miami, D7 encompasses The Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and most of Georgia and Florida, including Read More...

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  NOWHERE TO RUN:  NEW VIDEO DEVASTATING TO KWPD CREDIBILITY [CHIEF LEE DEPOSITION VIDEO] EIMERS IN-CUSTODY-DEATH UPDATE: MISSING VIDEO SURFACES KATHY SMITH, LEAD FDLE INVESTIGATOR IN CHARLES EIMERS CASE PUT ON ADMINITRATIVE LEAVE KWPD & FDLE, PARTNERS IN CRIME? CHARLES EIMERS UPDATE: Police, Death, and Missing Videotapes   THE BURGLAR, THE VIGILANTE, AND THE AXE OF Read More...

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DEATH IN PARADISE:  A YEAR LATER [CHARLES EIMERS MEMORIAL] NOWHERE TO RUN:  NEW VIDEO DEVASTATING TO KWPD CREDIBILITY [CHIEF LEE DEPOSITION VIDEO] EIMERS IN-CUSTODY-DEATH UPDATE: MISSING VIDEO SURFACES KATHY SMITH, LEAD FDLE INVESTIGATOR IN CHARLES EIMERS CASE PUT ON ADMINITRATIVE LEAVE KWPD & FDLE, PARTNERS IN CRIME? CHARLES EIMERS UPDATE: Police, Death, and Missing Videotapes   Read More...

OIRF Contributes To Commemorative Statue

Kelly Friend, board president of Old Island Restoration Fondation presented $ 500 to the Bishop Kee statue fund. Bruce Neff of Historic Markers Inc., accepted the donation. The statue, created by local artist Tom Joris, is scheduled to be unveiled in March of 2015 at the Southernmost Point. OIRF grant monies for preserving Key West Read More...

FANTASY FEST 2014 KING AND QUEEN CANDIDATE EVENT SCHEDULE

  TROPICAL ESCAPADES AND TRANCES WWW.AIDSHELP.CC Ongoing Events: Aqua Idol every Tuesday beginning August 26 – October 14, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM – come support the candidates’ singers at Aqua Nightclub, 711 Duval Street.  75% of the monies collected will be split among the candidates and 25% would go to the campaign for which Read More...

Monroe County Same Sex Couple Requests Case to be Moved to Florida Supreme Court

SAVE (Safeguarding American Values for Everyone, formerly SAVE Dade) and State Representative David Richardson will help host Upper Keys MEET & GREET Fundraiser Announced In ISLAMORADA Florida This Meet & Greet fundraising event will be held from 5:30pm to 7:30pm Monday September 15th 2014. SAVE and Representative David Richardson invite you and the Upper Keys and Read More...

Mangia Mangia To Donate 25% Of Total Sales To Habitat For Humanity

WHAT:             Mangia Mangia donates 25% of total sales (food, alcohol, and take-    out orders) to Habitat for Humanity of Key West & Lower Florida Keys  WHEN:            Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm, WHERE:          Mangia Mangia 900 Southard Street in Key West Mangia Mangia and Habitat for Humanity – Read More...

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Join Reef Relief for the September 21st Shoreline Clean-up

LOCAL ACTION TO CREATE GLOBAL CHANGE Reef Relief will be celebrating International Coastal Cleanup with a community shoreline cleanup on Sunday, September 21, 2014. We invite locals and visitors interested in protecting our ocean and wildlife to this weekend event. Meet us at the Lazy Dog kayak stand located at Hurricane Hole Marina, look for Read More...

Florida Keys Council of the Arts Cultural Calendar Thursday, November 6 thru Wednesday, November 12

Visit keysarts.com, Cultural Calendar for more listings and events throughout the Keys. Key West Happenings ARTISTS RECEPTIONS / EXHIBITIONS Thursday Polar Opposites Opening Reception, 6 PM Lucky Street Gallery, 540 Greene St. 294-3973. Luckystreetgallery.com James Barr-Nobles, B. Lucy Stevens. (more…)

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