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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Philanthropist praises Naval History exhibit

I have just seen the Key West Naval History exhibit at the Key West Custom House Museum.

It is a major triumph for Cori Convertito, the curator.

All schools should have a holiday and ship the occupants out to the Custom House.

David Wolkowsky 

Key West

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Mallory Square rezoning could create problems

Anyone in favor of turning Mallory Square into a convention center or bar/restaurant hub with no parking? That’s what could occur under the city’s proposal to rezone Mallory Square and Clinton Square to the misleadingly-titled “Historic Mallory Square Arts and Cultural District.”

Instead of simplifying the approval process for arts and cultural activities, t...

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Literary Seminar is a community treasure

This year’s Key West Literary Seminar was outstanding and many of the repeat attendees thought it might be the best in 35 years. There’s lots of credit for this success but it begins with Arlo Haskell, the brilliant executive director and Key West native, and this year’s program chair, Carey Winfrey, and their dedicated staff and volunteers.

The annual internation...

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Questions taxpayers funding amphitheater

I’m reading the article in (a recent edition of ) The Key West Citizen about awarding the contract to build the new amphitheater.  

The more I read, the more my blood boils. In a city where our roads are in disrepair, and with so many other “crucial” needs that need to be addressed, the taxpayers are footing the bill for around $2 million. 

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