Arts & Living Columns
"Tan Lines" by Mandy Miles

Key West Citizen - Sunday, April 26, 2015

How many times have you heard how great Key West "used to be?" I've been here nearly 17 years and still hear how I should've been here in the 1970s and '80s, when this island was a genuine,...

"Philanthropy Corner" by Dianna Sutton

Solares Hill - Sunday, September 8, 2013

The usual signs are announcing the end of the lazy, hazy days of summer. School is back in session. The King and Queen of Fantasy Fest campaign is in full swing. Announcements of season subscription...

"To Your Pet's Health" by Dr. Doug Mader

Key West Citizen - Sunday, April 26, 2015

Dear Dr. Doug, I have a blue-tongued skink [lizard] and for the past few of its sheds the skin on its toes has not been coming off. I have tried soaking him and have at times...

"Keys Cuisine" by Joanna Brady Schmida

Solares Hill - Sunday, September 8, 2013

As one who gets weak in the knees entering a French bakery, one who loves pasta and pizza and salivates over freshly made sweets, I feel for people who have to give up wheat products for health...

Robin Robinson

Key West Citizen - Sunday, March 8, 2015

Sponges have a transspecies past, changing from plants to animals. Linnaeus, who classified all of the sessile or attaching animals, classified the sponge in the plant order of algae. Afterward it...