Thursday, September 19, 2013
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KEY WEST

'Hard Rock' sign swiped

Two unidentified suspects took off with the outdoor sign marking the Hard Rock Cafe, 313 Duval St., in the wee hours of Monday, the police reported.

Officer Ilon Fernandez wrote in his report that the restaurant's manager, Lee Ousley, did not want to identify the suspects.

"Therefore, I have no further information on the suspects," Fernandez wrote.

The sign, which had been hanging out front by the sidewalk, is valued at $2,000 and was taken between 3 and 4 a.m. Monday, according to the incident report.

The crime was classified as felony grand theft.

KEY WEST

New artists reception is tonight

Established local artists will share their space with emerging new talent at a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight at The Studios of Key West, 600 White St. The Citizen listed the wrong night in Wednesday's edition.

The show, "Expose," features different genres and media, from the following artists: Maggie Ruley, Deborah Goldman, Andy Thurber, Garth Holtcamp, Sherry Sweet Tewell, Shawn Maddox, Brooks Phillips, Grace Epperly, Maureen Tracy Venti, Jim Racchi, Mark Hedden, Martha Hubbard, Jonathan Woods, Dahlia Woods, Pam Hobbs, Michele Atkinson, Jeffrey Harwell, Beth Kamenstein, Lauren McAloon, Anja Marais, Claire Perrault, Sonia Robinson, Jessica Argyle, Sarah Goodwin-Nguyen, Danette Silvers, Jill Herasme, Judi Bradford, Sheelman, Marky Pierson, Christine Fifer and Jon McIntosh.

KEY WEST

Royal Ball will be on Sept. 28

The Royal Order of Queens and Kings, a group comprising former Fantasy Fest royalty, will hold its Third Annual Royal Ball from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 28 at The Gardens Hotel, 526 Angela St.

Admission is $50 for the AIDS Help Inc. fundraiser.

Food, music, beer and wine and a cash bar will be offered.

Current King Mark Patterson and Queen Liz Ketchum will celebrate the final weeks of their reign and recognize all previous royalty who worked tirelessly to raise money over the eight weeks before coronation. The event is open to the public. Dress is "royal casual," organizers said. Buy tickets at the door or reserve in advance by calling Pam at AIDS Help at 305-296-6196.