In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with the owner of The Baklava Key West. We talk about how these delicious treats make their way from Istanbul to Key West daily and the inspiration behind bring this classic Turkish dish to Old Town. More on The Baklava Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebaklava.keywest/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090923799900 Location: 411 Greene St, Key West, FL 33040 Contact: (305) 304-8660
Darragh Nolan is originally from Ireland but arrived in Key West via Boston, go figure. We discuss making the plan to move to The Conch Republic, the physical abuse of the hospitality industry, Heads Up Key West 2023, what happened to Polish jokes, Hohokus NJ, Diner life, the Iron Maiden Adams of Boston, the price of pro Baseball, the worth of a dollar and more.Thanks to my email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org@www.stonesoupgallery.com
In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with 2005 Mayor Morgan Joseph McPherson. We talk about how he turned his dream of going into the NFL into being a public servant. More on Morgan McPherson In 2005, Morgan McPherson defeated incumbent Mayor Jimmy Weekley and was the Mayor of Key West from 2005-2009. Area Advisory Committeeman, Boys' and Girls' Club of the Keys Board Member, Department of Juvenile Justice Former President, Lower Keys Ministerial Association Former Treasurer, Monroe County Tourist Development Council Former President, Police Athletic League Former Board Member, South Florida Regional Planning Council
In this episode of the State of Sportfishing podcast, host James LeGrone is joined by Eric Leach to discuss all things fishing. They start by talking about the current weather conditions in Florida and then dive into the topic of Eric's boat, the Miss Elizabeth. Eric shares that he has been running this 61 Viking for two years now and also mentions his 27 Kong bait boat. They discuss the popularity of the 27 Kong and its production location. James then asks Eric about how he got into fishing, and Eric shares that he grew up fishing in Fort Lauderdale and still lives in the same house. Tune in for more fishing insights and stories in this exciting episode!If you have any requests or awesome guest for the podcast let us know via: email@example.com If you like the podcast, please support us by checking out some of our latest products, especially the Performance Pants, onCheck out our gear at https://billfishgear.com/?utm_source=... Billfish Group specializes in enhancing human outdoor performance through technical products. We create products, in all forms, which enhance the outdoor experience both on and off the water. We felt there was a need for true performance wear, as the elements get harsher, it's up to us to become better. Billfish was created by fishermen, for fishermen with the goal of building a community of outdoors enthusiasts around the globe. We do this through engaging with our community on social media platforms and IRL events.
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This episode begins by paying our respects to Jimmy Buffett and his conservation work in Florida.Our guest is Florida Keys historian Brad Bertelli who tells us all about conch, the gastropod, conchs, the people, and the Conch Republic, better known as the Florida Keys. His Florida Keys history Facebook group is a wonderful resource and community for lovers of the Keys."Welcome to Florida" is presented by WindstormProducts.com, the world's largest online retailer of hurricane hardware.
"Music, Cannabis, and Birthdays: Celebrating Mickey Hart and Remembering Jimmy Buffett"Larry Mishkin celebrates Mickey Hart's birthday, highlighting his contributions to the Grateful Dead. He say farewell to Jimmy Buffet and reflects on the connection between Grateful Dead fans (Deadheads) and Jimmy Buffett fans (Parrotheads), noting Jimmy Buffett's performance at a Jerry Garcia tribute event. Additionally, he pays tribute to Steve Harwell of Smash Mouth and concludes the episode with a nod to Jimmy Buffett's iconic song "Margaritaville.".Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergRecorded on Squadcast INTRO: Happy Birthday Mickey / sugar magnolia Grateful Dead Sept. 11, 1987 Cap Center, Landover Maryland Grateful Dead Live at Capital Centre on 1987-09-11 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive Track #9 (titled Sugar Magnolia) Start – 1:00 This is Mickey's birthday, number of fun shows over the years on this date. Always fun, but have to be careful with the Dead 1982 announced it was Bob's “anniversary” before Bob was married. SHOW #1: Fire On The Mountain (Mickey rap version) With Jerry Undated/unpublished Mickey rapped from time to time, usually not with the Grateful Dead Did it with the Other OnesMickey Hart Jerry Garcia ~ Fire on the Mountain(rap) Unpublished.mp4 - YouTube 1:00 – 2:05 Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart celebrates his 77th birthday today. With fellow drummer Bill Kreutzmann, Hart formed one-half of The Rhythm Devils, keeping time for the Dead between 1967 and 1971, rejoining in 1974 and remaining through 1995. While Hart largely left songwriting duties to his band mates, he did contribute to one of the Grateful Dead's signature songs, “Fire On The Mountain.”Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter wrote the words to “Fire On The Mountain.” In Hunter's book of lyrics, Box Of Rain, he described the circumstances surrounding the writing of the song, which sound strikingly similar to the current situation in parts of California and surrounding states. Hunter wrote: Written at Mickey Hart's ranch [in Novato, California] in heated inspiration as the surrounding hills blazed and the fire approached the recording studio we were working … The official Grateful Dead website, Dead.net, further describes the early stages of “Fire On The Mountain,” explaining:Hart, credited with the music for the song, recorded a proto-rap version of the song for an unreleased album entitled Area Code 415, recorded in 1972 and 1973. It was also included on a Mickey Hart album entitled Fire On The Mountain, recorded in 1973-74. It appeared as an instrumental entitled “Happiness is Drumming” on Hart's 1976 studio album, Diga. And it finally began showing up in the Grateful Dead repertoire, sung by Jerry Garcia, in 1977, undergoing a number of variants of the lyrics until it settled into the form that was eventually recorded and released on Shakedown Street, in November 1978. Dead played it 254 times in concert First: March 18, 1977 Winterland Last: July 2, 1995 Deer Creek SHOW #2: Stronger Than Dirt Grateful Dead June 17, 1975 Winterland Grateful Dead Live at Winterland Arena on 1975-06-17 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet ArchiveTrack No. 121:00 – 2:10 By Mickey Bill and PhilFrom Blues For Allah album (1975) – First part of the Blues For Allah suitePlayed a total of 5 times by the DeadFirst – 9.11.1974 – which is Mickey's birthday but there is a controversy as to the song labeled as Stronger than Dirt is in fact that song or rather, the long outro from Eyes of the World, the song played right before it. So I did not use that version of this songLast: 7.26.1976 Orpheum Theater, S. F.3x in 1975 SHOW #3: Drums Grateful Dead Sept. 11, 1987 Cap Center, Landover Maryland Grateful Dead Live at Capital Centre on 1987-09-11 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive Track No. 13 1:45 – 2:55 Mickey in his natural element –In 1978, the second set of Grateful Dead shows began to feature drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart for a nightly rhythmic excursion labeled “Drums,” followed by guitarists Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh and keyboardist Keith Godchaux delving into free-form improvisation known as “Space.” Loved the different drum arrangements over the years: Circle of drums Wall of drums Etc. First “official” one (i.e. not in the middle of a song, but as its own separate arrangement in or around the middle of the second set): April 6, 1978 Curtis Hixon Convention Center, Tampa Last one: July 9, 1995 at Soldier Field Jimmy Buffet Singer-songwriter and King of the Parrotheads Jimmy Buffett died "peacefully … surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs" on Friday, Sept. 1, according to statements posted on his website and social media. He was 76. Died at home in Sag Harbor, NY of skin cancer Buffett's hits like Margaritaville and Cheeseburger in Paradise which mingled country rock with bits of calypso melodies and had wry lyrics about the care free life of boating and loafing at beachside bars, made him a cult hero on a huge scale. He sold 23 million albums in the US, on part with Jimi Hendrix and the Beastie Boys Buffett was one of pop music's most successful and ambitious businessmen, building an empire on the brand of good times and island escapism that he celebrated in his songs. That included Margaritaville restaurants and resorts, footwear, drink mixes and a 2018 Broadway jukebox musical, Escape to Margaritaville. This year Forbes estimated Jimmy's net worth at $1 billion. SHOW #4: Scarlet Begonias Jimmy Buffet August 2, 2023 (Jerry's 80th birthday) Maine Savings Amphitheatre Bangor, Maine Scarlet Begonias (Garcia tribute) - Jimmy Buffet 08/02/22 Maine Savings Amphitheater Bangor,Maine - YouTube Start – 1:30 n celebration of legendary Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia's 80th birthday, which occurred (August 1, 2022), Jimmy Buffett performed a cover of the seminal Robert Hunter/Garcia penned number, “Scarlet Begonias” while on stage at the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor, Maine, last night. Following a hefty rain delay, his 28-song set ensued as Buffett reminisced on the times he and his band spent performing with the Grateful Dead years ago. He also offered a shout-out to the Deadheads in the crowd before a groovy light display and hypnotic imagery engulfed the stage.Prior to the start of the song, Buffett addressed the crowd; he stated: “Jerry, wherever you are, here you go.” Of course there is a crossover between Deadheads and Parrotheads – both high devoted fans who travel to see their band, dress for the occasion, attend shows in “slightly altered states” from different substaces, know all the words to all the songs and have seen their band too many times to count. Jimmy also appeared on the World Wide Ripple video in 2020. I cannot find any instance of the Dead covering a Jimmy tune. Also, RIP Steve Harwell, Smash Mouth vocalist, who sang the band's big 1999 hit, “All Star”. Still a hit today, unique voice. Died on Sept. 4th age 56 OUTRO: Margaritaville Jimmy Buffet Key West, FL February 9, 2023 Jimmy Buffett “Margaritaville” LIVE in Key West, Florida 2/9/23 - YouTube 3:00 – 4:25 While Buffett made his home and name in Key West, Fla., after struggling to make it big in Nashville, the Lone Star State had a special place in Buffett's history. Legend has it he came up with the concept for the 1977 song “Margaritaville” at a bar in Austin. The slightly mournful tune about a day at the beach went on to define Buffett's career as a laidback beach bum with a guitar and has been covered plenty of times, as well as inspired a line of margarita mix, frozen snacks, apparel, and a significant chain of restaurants and resorts. According to multiple stories in the Austin American-Statesman archives, the original Margaritaville was "a Mexican restaurant on Anderson Lane." Others specifically claim it was Lung's Cocina del Sur, at 2700 W. Anderson Lane, which is now a bowling alley. But here's what Buffett himself had to say in a memorial for close friend Jerry Jeff Walker in Texas Monthly, reminiscing on visits to Texas in the 1970s: “I came to Austin a lot in those days. I made it there by getting these college bookings and getting on Willie's second Fourth of July picnic. I played Castle Creek many times. I think it was after one of those shows, the next morning I had a hangover and I had to fly home that afternoon,” Buffett told Texas Monthly. “I went to El Rey, a Mexican restaurant on Anderson Lane for lunch. I had a margarita, which helped with the hangover, and in the car on the way to the airport the chorus of a new song started to come to me. I wrote a little more on the plane and finished the rest of ‘Margaritaville' back in Key West.” Farewell Jimmy – off to Margaritaville for good.
Hi, everybody. Rich and George visit streaming corner, podcast corner, vacation corner, breakfast corner, and a couple of cul de sacs along the way. Our friend Susan Quilty's new novel is out now. It is the third and final book in her Psychic Traveler Society series. Book Three is entitled Elders And Aliens. Visit her website at https://susanquilty.com to purchase her books and you can always listen to her podcast Freely Written: Short Stories From A Simple Prompt. Planning a fall road trip? Don't forget about the Spider-Man In Pop Culture Conference being held Friday, September 29 - Saturday, September 30, 2023 at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio in the Palister Conference Room (1st Floor) at the Jerome Library. Go to https://www.bgsu.edu/library/spideycon.html?short=spideycon for more details on this FREE event. Thank you for listening. Connect with Meanwhile At The Podcast on social media. Don't forget to #livetweet (we're still calling it that)! Share the show, subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and rate us on your podcast apps. Those much coveted five stars are always appreciated. Stay safe out there. https://twitter.com/@MeanwhileATP https://www.instagram.com/meanwhileatp http://www.meanwhileatthepodcast.libsyn.com https://www.facebook.com/meanwhileatthepodcast NOW ON SPOUTIBLE @MeanwhileATP Rodney (AKA Art Nerrd): https://twitter.com/@artnerrd https://www.instagram.com/theartnerrd https://www.facebook.com/artnerrd https://shop.spreadshirt.com/artnerrd Kristin: https://www.facebook.com/kristingollhofer https://www.instagram.com/kristingollhofer Rich: NOW ON SPOUTIBLE @doctorstaypuft https://twitter.com/@doctorstaypuft
In a remarkable display of unity and celebration, the vibrant island community of Key West came together to host the largest-ever pop-up parade to honor the legendary musician and local icon, Jimmy Buffett, following his passing. The incredible story behind this unforgettable event is now available in a captivating podcast interview hosted by Mark Baratto, a local artist and podcast creator, and featuring Paul Menta, the mastermind behind the extraordinary parade and owner of Key West First Legal Rum Distillery. Jimmy Buffett, known for his timeless music and island-inspired lifestyle, held a special place in the hearts of Key West residents. When news of his passing reverberated throughout the island, Paul Menta took it upon himself to organize an awe-inspiring tribute that would make Jimmy proud. In less than 24 hours, Paul and his team orchestrated a pop-up parade that drew over 8,000 enthusiastic participants. The podcast episode delves into the life and legacy of Jimmy Buffett, recounting cherished memories, his profound impact on the island, and his final Key West concert. Paul Menta shares his personal connection with Jimmy and his deep desire to celebrate the musical legend's life in a manner befitting his spirit. More details about the annual "It's 5 O'Clock In Key West" Parade are revealed in the episode, with plans for the 2024 event already underway. The procession, inspired by the lively traditions of New Orleans' Second Line, offers Key West residents and visitors an opportunity to sing, dance, and celebrate the music and joy Jimmy Buffett brought into their lives. The parade will make three stops along Duval Street, culminating in an unforgettable concert. For those who missed this year's extraordinary event or those eager to relive the magic, the 2023 live feed is available here. As the proud sponsor of this annual event, Key West First Legal Rum invites everyone to join in the celebration, with proceeds benefiting the Bahama Village music program. For more information about the annual parade and related events, please visit the Facebook page. About The Backyards of Key West Podcast The Backyards of Key West Podcast is a Key West-based podcast hosted by Mark Baratto, dedicated to showcasing the diverse and talented individuals who call the island home. Through engaging interviews with local business owners, musicians, artists, and entrepreneurs, the podcast offers listeners a glimpse into the vibrant and creative spirit of Key West. About Key West First Legal Rum Distillery Key West First Legal Rum Distillery is a renowned establishment located in the heart of Key West. It is committed to crafting exceptional rums and supporting the local community through various initiatives, including the annual "It's 5 O'Clock In Key West" Parade. About Jimmy Buffett Jimmy Buffett, a music legend and island icon, is celebrated worldwide for his music and laid-back lifestyle. His connection with Key West has made him a beloved figure among the island's residents and visitors.
On tonight's program: Dueling demonstrations take place outside the Florida Supreme Court as the justices begin considering the state's new abortion law; When underage drinking results in a death, is the responsible party the young drinker or the bar that illegally served them?; Governor DeSantis's visit to Jacksonville this week following a fatal shooting did not exactly go as planned; Florida's Madison County isn't considered coastal. But that doesn't mean it's immune from hurricane damage. Luckily, a lot of people are helping get things back to normal; Hurricane Idalia recovery continues as the small businesses in Steinhatchee struggle to get back up and running; A potential threat to North Florida's vast underground springs has some residents pushing for the state to take over more of the land that sits atop those springs; And officials in Key West are considering naming the city's airport after the late Jimmy Buffett and we explore the historic connection between Buffet and former Florida Governor Bob Graham.
This week on the South Florida Roundup we discussed the clash between the proposed Miami Wilds water park at Zoo Miami and conservationists (1:01); the Parrothead culture that “tropical rock” music legend Jimmy Buffett left in Key West and beyond (19:02); and Cuba's sudden — and questioned — claim that it's broken up a smuggling ring sending Cubans to fight for Russia in Ukraine (36:10).
Max Irwin is a born and raised unique Key West personality. We discuss growing up on Southard Street, the Melting Man House, going to college in Paris, historical architecture of Florida and so much more.Thanks to my firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com@www.stonesoupgallery.com
Ever wondered why Jimmy Buffett's tunes feel like a warm embrace? Join us for this episode as we pay tribute to Jimmy Buffet ... a legend we lost too soon. We venture into the world of this musical legend, immersing ourselves in his unique blend of music that resonates deeply with Ellen and Tish and many midlife women. We'll take you through a delightful journey recalling our cherished Margaritaville memories and how Buffett's music has been a source of comfort, companionship, and nostalgia throughout our lives. A captivating tribute to the Margaritaville maestro awaits you, making you feel as if you were sipping your favorite drink on a warm, sunny beach.Tales from trips to Key West, concerts we attended in our 20s and the vibrant camaraderie of Parrot Heads, the die-hard fans of Jimmy Buffett, will transport you to a different time. We delve into the profound life lessons hidden in Jimmy's music - from embracing the laid-back lifestyle, following your passions, learning to cope with loss, to living life to the fullest. And most importantly, celebrating the joys of life that Jimmy insipired. In our heartfelt conversation about Jimmy and his paradise, Margaritaville, we explore the deep impact his music has had on our lives and countless others. So slip into your beach sandals, grab your favorite Margaritaville mocktail or coctail, and let's set sail on a journey of discovery and nostalgia. Stay to the end of the podcast where Tish and Ellen sing a bit of their favorite Jimmy tune....Fins to the Right! Obsessions:Tish: Margaritaville drink mixEllen: All The Light We Can Not See - Pulitzer winning novel Tish and Ellen want to give a BIG thank you to everyone who helped support the show. And, please support us with a monthly PATREON subscription and get a quarterly live Q&A with Ellen and Tish. Support the showWebsite: www.thepositivelymidlifepodcast.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I believe that song lyrics can really help us through so many of life's experiences, and this is, of course, true of our experiences in advocating for our children in special education. I was raised on Jimmy Buffett music and married a fellow Parrothead, so Buffett is a constant in the Barlow household. In today's episode, I pay tribute to Jimmy by connecting some of his powerful lyrics to special education advocacy and sharing a little Key West love with you!Transcript: https://share.descript.com/view/LjcOvT72V2N
Stigall reminisces over the music of Jimmy Buffett after his death over the weekend. Democrats in multiple states are now plotting a new way to stop Trump if they can't keep him from winning the Republican primary. Plug-in cars are catching fire in the Florida hurricane aftermath. And Dr. Michael Schwartz visits to discuss his new book "Fauci's Fiction" as the good doctor returns to cable news to discuss masks, yet again. - For more info visit the official website: https://chrisstigall.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisstigallshow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisStigall Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.stigall/ Listen on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/StigallPod Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/StigallShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lucy discusses her experiences as a military child and how she navigates being the new kid at school (again!). Lucy is also the Middle School Spotlight Winner in the MCEC Call for the Arts contest, for her beautiful song, #Life of a Military Kid, and talks about her love of music, and how life inspires her songwriting. This podcast is made possible by generous funding from the Daughters of the American Revolution. To learn more, visit https://www.dar.org/. Audio mixing by Concentus Media, Inc., Temple, Texas. Show Notes: Bio: Lucy is a 13-year-old 8th grader at Horace O'Bryant Middle School. Lucy is a proud military kid and has lived in St. Charles, Missouri; Jacksonville, FL; Rota, Spain; and Key West, FL. Lucy loves all things musical and plays the ukulele, guitalele, and guitar. She will be joining her school's jazz band this year. Lucy is a member of her school's dance team and helps her coach with choreography. She loves all things musical and can often be found singing, dancing, and writing songs for hours at a time. Lucy is a member of the National Junior Honor Society and maintains excellent grades. She is a loving sister, a kind friend, and a wonderful daughter! Resources: MCEC Back to School Toolkit: https://www.militarychild.org/backtoschool Military and Family Life Counseling https://www.militaryonesource.mil/non-medical-counseling/military-and-family-life-counseling/ MCEC Call for the Arts https://www.militarychild.org/programs/the-call-for-the-arts
David Zipkin, founder of Tradewind, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report at last month's Virtuoso Travel Week about where his growing scheduled and private charter airline is flying today, including service to Nantucket, Newport, Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Stowe, British Virgin Islands, Nevis Anguilla, St. Barths, British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Antigua, St. Thomas, Bahamas, Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Key West, Miami and more. For more information, visit www.flytradewind.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Thomas Lockyear is manager of the Museum of the Everglades in Everglades City, Florida. He made his living as a musician from the late 80s until the early 2000s, first as a keyboardist for the band My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, and then as the frontman and songwriter for the Electric Hellfire club. They toured extensively in the U.S. and recorded five full-length albums. He then put music aside and moved to Key West to start over in 2005 and has now been a museum professional for 17 years. Thomas has served as curator at the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum, and at Historic Pigeon Key. He was then Executive Director of the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada before taking on his current role at Museum of the Everglades.
Another special edition looking at one of the most interesting industries in the Florida Keys, treasure hunting. It is an industry with historic ties to the original big business' in the Florida Keys, that of wrecking. Which was basically salvaging of ships that sank in the reef that runs in front of the various Keys. We will look back at its historic origins. Then we will look at the modern day Treasure Hunters who make their homes along the Florida Keya with a special emphasis on the most famous of all the treasure hunters in the modern era, Mel Fisher. We will invite you to go visit to the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum too, It is one of the best museums in Key West and could rank among the best museums I have ever been in. This is a fun show and we hope you will enjoy it too. The finale of season Ten looking back at Rosalyn Carter, and a wrap up on Jimmy Carter, plus a special show on former Vice President Hubert Humphrey is next week, and then after a break we will start our look back at President George H. W. Bush in season eleven, Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with fellow artist, Maggie Ruley. We talk about how she got started as an artist, how she made her way to Key West, and when she made the jump to full-time artist and gallery owner. More on Maggie Ruley Many people who love Key West could not live at their highest potential on a itsy-bitsy island. If that's you, what do you do? Well, you vacation here whenever you can or create an island getaway home here. Good for you. And when you need to relax, the island is here waiting for you. Maybe your island getaway needs the finishing touches of Key West art to make it the perfect island home you so truly deserve. Or maybe you need to take some tropical bliss to your up-north home as a reminder to relax. In that case, some of my island-inspired, ahhhhhh...... inducing art is just what you need. You can visit me in the gallery or explore the website to find the perfect art for your island haven, wherever it is, here in Key West, or up-north somewhere. Wishing you all beautiful island days. Website: https://www.maggieruley.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/maggieruley Facebook: https://facebook.com/MaggieRuleyPaintingAndPottery Gallery address: 933b Fleming Street, Key West, Florida 33040
Welcome to our first ever Travelogue edition of our podcast. We recently headed off to the Florida Keys for a much needed vacation. I have friends, Jennifer and Jimmy Hornsby, who live in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, and I stayed with them on the first day and the final day of my trip and it was they who suggested that the videos from the trip would make a good podcast. I thought that was a great idea and WALLA!! A new feature for our show was born!! In this episode we chronicle some of the amazing history of the Florida Keys from Henry Flagler's building of the Overseas Railroad that has now become the Overseas Highway A1A, to the boat of and house of Ernest Hemingway and his influence throughout the Florida Keys. a spotlight on two of the historic watering holes of Key West in Sloppy Joes and Captain Tony's Saloon where Hemingway once drank and Jimmy Buffett got his start. We will also introduce you to the Sea Turtle Hospital where saving this endangered species goes to an entirely new level, learn about the History of Diving at a museum in Islamorada, feed some Tarpons at Robbie's, and climb all over Fort Jefferson at the Dry Tortugas National Park. But no trip to the Florida Keys and Key West would be complete without a visit to Mallory Square overlooking the water at Sunset. Mallory Square is home to the Shipwreck Museum, Mason De Pepe for Cuban delicacies, countless shops, and the Sunset Celebration that features some of the most eclectic group of entertainers anywhere in America and in this episode we will introduce you to the most famous of all the buskers there, Dominique and his Flying House Cats! The Best Cat Show on Earth! It is all here in a road trip across the Florida Keys that everyone should get the chance to take at least once in a lifetime!!A Link to photographs and videos from the Florida Keys vacation that were used in this podcast:https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10156490731915658&type=3 Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
In this podcast episode, Doug welcomes Heather as a guest to review her recent cruise on Carnival Glory. Heather and her husband chose this seven-night cruise out of New Orleans and booked a suite on the ship. They had a smooth embarkation process and were impressed with the spaciousness and storage of their suite. Heather mentions that the ship sometimes felt crowded, especially in the atrium and pool deck areas. She also talks about their experiences in Key West, Freeport, and Nassau ports. Heather highlights the convenience and ease of disembarkation with a suite and shares some tips for first-time cruisers on Carnival Glory.
This week is all about some of the most popular and some of the least known brunch spots in Key West. ❤️ Sidenote – our prayers go out to all of the people affected by hurricane Idalia. We pray you guys make it through the hurricane safely. Please keep them all in your prayers. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/localsideofkeywest/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/localsideofkeywest/support
In this episode:Salt Life Team Member Lisa Stengel sits down with host Kieran Anderson to discuss her recent spearfishing trip to Key West, FL where she explored Dry Tortugas, Loggerhead Key, and Mangrove Islands. Topics discussed in this episode with Lisa:· Lisa's background and experience in spearfishing· The process of traveling to Key West from Fort Lauderdale· Exploring the Island's marine intricacies· Spearing Grouper, African Pompano, and Hogfish· Diving conditions and visibility in 60+ feet· Spearfishing in Key West vs. Fort Lauderdale· Lisa's Pole spear and Speargun equipment· Her favorite part of the Key West trip· Other upcoming tripsFollow Kieran Anderson on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/kieranand3rson/Follow Lisa Stengel on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bobcatlisa/Follow Salt Life on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/realsaltlife/Shop Salt Life apparel at www.saltlife.com
The first squalls of Hurricane Idalia began hitting Florida in the afternoon on Aug. 29—with people in Key West and along the southwest coast its initial recipients. The intensifying storm continues on its path toward Florida's Big Bend Gulf Coast and is expected to reach Category 3 before it makes landfall on Aug. 30, according to a National Hurricane Center advisory. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has more than 5,000 documents that potentially reveal President Joe Biden using pseudonym email accounts during his vice presidency, according to a press release from the Southeastern Legal Foundation. Three of former President Donald Trump's associates in the Fulton County, Georgia, election case have pleaded not guilty. Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell and publicist Trevian Kutti each entered a plea of "not guilty," a day after attorney Ray Smith pleaded the same way, to racketeering and conspiracy charges advanced by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. Police charged a University of North Carolina graduate student with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a faculty member that caused a campus lockdown amid a search for the gunman. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
In this episode I talk to Taz Shepherd from Key West, Florida and 2/3 of her amazing crew. She completed her 1st ever Badwater 135 with the help of that crew including JD McGee and Mark Cudak. She also had Lisa Graft on her crew but she had to work and missed the recording of the podcast. We talk Taz's running history, getting selected for Badwater, training, selecting a crew, and execution of a great plan like a well-oiled machine. I really enjoyed and learned a lot.Be sure to check out the website for discount codes to many races!mileswithmarty.com
In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with the owners of Key West's newest restaurant, Atlas Izakaya. We talk about their inspiration for the restaurant, their experience in the industry, their tasting menu, and giving back to the community. More on Atlas Izakaya Izakaya means “stay-drink-place”. It is a word used to describe the perfect spot to settle down and dine with company. We are a chef owned and operated family establishment located in the heart of the historic Key West. Focusing on creating Japanese small plates. We're happy to share that some of our menu offerings are part of a give-back program for the Boys and Girls Club of the Keys. $1 from our featured items goes to our community non-profit. We encourage our guests to check out and sponsor our local programs. Address: 500 Truman Avenue #7 Key West, FL 33040Hours: Monday - Saturday: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM | Sunday: ClosedContact: (305) 998-4189Make a Reservation: https://www.opentable.com/r/atlas-izakaya-reservations-key-west?restref=1271458&lang=en-US&ot_source=Restaurant%20website Website: https://atlasizakaya.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atlasizakaya/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Atlas-Izakaya/100087047744681
David O'Brien and Eric O'Flaherty are back with a Live addition of 755 Is Real. The Braves are in San Francisco to start an important West Coast trip from the Bay to Colorado finishing up with the Dodgers in LA for a potential NLCS preview. The guys talk about the importance of finishing strong and carrying momentum into the playoffs despite having been the best team in baseball most of the season. Follow David on Twitter: @DOBrienATL Follow Eric on Twitter: @EOF34 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Norman Van Aken is not a native Floridian but his name is synonymous with the state's cuisine. Van Aken lives in South Florida but has his restaurant, Norman's, in Central Florida. Van Aken grew up in Northern Illinois. He knew from an early age that he loved cooking but did not realize that it could be a career. “I had no understanding (or) inkling that being a chef was a road for a person like me. No one spoke about that growing up in Illinois,” he said. “People in that area might have been school teachers if they were smart, but most of us (were) brick layers and cops and my mom was a waitress.” Van Aken spent the early part of his working life trying out a string of blue color jobs including factory jobs, hot tar roofing and he even worked with a carnival. “I worked the Ferris wheel and they asked me if I wouldn't mind climbing up on the wheel to move one of the little chairs out of the way so a truck could pull through. I was like, ‘No sweat.' I was a gymnast in high school and monkeyed up there to do that,” Van Aken said. “Unfortunately, the Ferris wheel wasn't properly grounded for electricity and I became totally stuck under that wheel until I kicked myself off and one of the carny workers saved my life by catching me from hitting the asphalt.” Eventually, he found himself working as a short-order cook at a diner, but he still did not realize that cooking could be a career. Van Aken said he did not come to that realization until he made the move to Key West in 1973. He had grown up going to Florida on vacation with his family, but decided to make a move to the Sunshine State after visiting a friend who was already living in the Keys. It was there at the Pier House Hotel that Van Aken realized what he could accomplish in a kitchen. “My aspirations were more about being a writer than anything I didn't know about being a chef,” he said. “But, I could see somehow this thing colliding with both the ability to be artistic and cook.” Van Aken said his time in diners helped him to learn speed with his cooking, but in that kitchen, he was surrounded by classically trained chefs who began imparting their knowledge to him. “And I was like hooked —like falling-in-love hooked. I was like, ‘OK, I gotta start buying books. I gotta get some knives.'” As Van Aken continued down this path of building a culinary cuisine. He found himself as part of the movement that would be come known as New World Cusine which involved marrying classic American recipes and ingredients with Europe techniques. At the time, much of the movement was budding out of places like California and New Orleans. “Here I was in Key West seeing all this stuff primarily through magazines because it was before television was covering it, and thinking, ‘Well, they're doing it there. Do I need to move there so I can do it there,'” Van Aken said. “Then hit me, I should not do that. I should bring it here — do something representational of what Florida is all about.” With this inspiration, Van Aken moved to Miami, taking his talents to a bigger stage. He came out with his first cookbook. Van Aken has carried this movement forward to the present day with his eponymous Orlando restaurant, Norman's, which recently reopened at 7924 Via Dellagio Way. In the latest episode of Florida Foodie, Van Aken shares more of his story of coming to Florida and learning his craft in Key West. He also shares how he came to coin the term “Fusion Cooking” and how he once got into a fistfight refereed by actor Mickey Rourke. Please follow our Florida Foodie hosts on social media. You can find Candace Campos on Twitter and Facebook. Lisa Bell is also on Facebook and Twitter and you can check out her children's book, “Norman the Watchful Gnome.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here's what to expect on the podcast:What unique challenges and responsibilities come with running a funeral home as a family business?How important is maintaining a positive mindset when embarking on a business venture?What lessons can be learned from these families that can be applied to other types of family businesses or professions?How did their perspective on life and death develop as they were surrounded by the funeral home environment from a young age?And much more! About Kevin:Kevin O'Connor is the author of "Two Floors Above Grief" He enjoys chronicling the stories of families and friends through tracing genealogical histories and writing. His prior writing includes a dissertation, personal letters, articles, anthologies, and presentations delivered at conferences, seminars, and webinars. He brings people together personally and professionally. Collaborating with friends and relatives, he plans family and class reunions. He sings and performs in theaters and is active with SMART Ride, a bicycling group that rides annually from Miami to Key West, raising funds for HIV awareness, treatment, and education.Kevin was an elementary teacher, principal, professor, and curriculum coordinator in California, Illinois, and Florida from 1973 to 2020. He authored content and provided training in areas including support for substitute teachers, LGBTQ advocacy, and Sexual Health/Family Life. Kevin resides in Ft. Lauderdale with his husband, Leon. Their family includes five sons and seven granddaughters. Connect with Kevin O'Connor!Website: https://kevinoconnorauthor.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kevin.oconnor2Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/twofloorsabovegrief/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmoconnor/Check out Kevin's book, Two Floors Above Grief: A Memoir of Two Families in the Unique Place We Called Home, on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BMZ5P3RF Connect with Anne Zuckerman!Websites: https://justwantedtoask.com/ | https://annezuckerman.com/Bezi Woman: https://beziwoman.com/ | https://www.beziwoman.shop/two-step-order1591558404525Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bezibradiscsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/beziwoman/
Welcome to E70 where we have two ladies marrying ghosts and one scary German guy robs a grave to reunited with the love of his life. Thank you Elle for the Show suggestion! This one was a doozy!Follow us on social media Youtube, instagram, Facebook & tic TokPlease leave the show a five start review wherever you can and if you really like the show check out our patreon https://patreon.com/theloreofthesouth?Want to get in touch email us at email@example.com Support the show
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In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with Key West local Nick Norman to talk about where he started, and where he is going in this previous episode REBOOT. We find out how he got started with music and how he is constantly working to "sharpen the sword" of his craft. This is one of my favorite interviews so far because Nick is so easy to talk to and talks about his career as an open book. More on Nick Norman A show-stopping vocalist and sharp songwriter, Nick Norman brings humor, heart, southern storytelling, and soulful swagger to the country genre. It's a sound that began taking shape in his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, where Nick grew up listening to a soundtrack of home-state heroes — including Edwin McCain and Hootie & the Blowfish — and icons like Stevie Wonder and The Band. He soaked it all up, mixing the rootsy sounds of the FM dial with the awe-inspiring power of the gospel singers he'd hear every Sunday morning at the local church. A lifelong friend and collaborator of country star Lee Brice, Nick began recording songs as a teenager, working inside a makeshift studio that he constructed with Lee in the pump house of a local church camp. He later moved south to Key West, where he established himself as one of the area's strongest draws. Even so, it was his newest album that brought him back to Nashville, where Nick recorded a batch of raw, rootsy songs — including several tracks co-written with his childhood friend, Lee — in Zac Brown's Southern Ground Studio. Produced by Lee Brice, Rob Hatch, and Elisha Hoffman, Nick Norman isn't just Nick's strongest effort to date; it's also the first release on Pump House Records. Website: https://www.nicknormanmusic.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicknormanmusic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicknormanmusic
SynopsisIn the 1950s, if you said the words “Cuban music,” perhaps Desi Arnez, a.k.a. Ricky Ricardo, singing Babaloo might come to mind. These days, it's more likely the Buena Vista Social Club.On today's date back in 1932, George Gershwin had Cuban music on his mind when the New York Philharmonic premiered his Cuban Overture under its original title Rumba. Cuban dance music has always proved appealing to North American composers and long before Gershwin, the 19th century piano virtuoso Louis Moreau Gottschalk toured Cuba and imitated some of the sounds and rhythms he heard there in his original works.In the early 1940s, a young hay fever sufferer named Leonard Bernstein escaped the New England pollen of Tanglewood for a time in Key West. There he was inspired by the Latin dance bands he heard on radio Havana to write a jaunty, little Cuban-style dance of his own that would resurface some 15 years later as the song America in Bernstein's hit musical, West Side Story.And in 1990, American composer Michael Daughterty composed his orchestral conga line entitled Desi—a symphonic tribute to Cuban bandleader Desi Arnez, in his pop icon role of, who else, Ricky Ricardo.Music Played in Today's ProgramGeorge Gershwin (1898 – 1937) Cuban Overture New York Philharmonic; Zubin Mehta, conductor. Teldec 46318Michael Daugherty (b. 1954) Desi! Baltimore Symphony; David Zinman, conductor. Argo 444 454
Women breastfeeding in public, A man likes to cook and explore the outdoors when he's not working and a Facebook game that if were born in the month of August you will get a free trip to the Bahamas. Not sure who is going to pay for it but you are going if you're born in that month. Join Patreon for 3 extra Podcasts a week at patreon.com/jimflorentine. Check out Jim's tour dates at Jimflorentine.com. Coming to the following cities: Key West, FL, Emmaus, PA, Farfield, CT, Philadelphia, PA.
CEO Michelle Korsmo talks to Julie De Cock of Key West's La Crêperie French Café and ViV Wine Bistro about bringing authentic French cuisine to the vacation hot spot in another installment of Order Up's CEO-hosted miniseries. In this episode, Julie shares her approach to curating a digital presence and finding longevity in customer relationships and her team.(03:12) – Introducing Julie De Cock(07:00) – Digital presence(10:17) –ViV Wine Bistro(14:11) – Providing excellent service(16:54) – Hospitality in a vacation destination (21:38) – Looking aheadListen to the previous CEO Series installment: “How NRAEF Programs Build a Strong Workforce and Industry.”This podcast is intended for general informational purposes, and nothing in this podcast shall be deemed to create or grant any rights to any third parties. The views expressed by the guest speaker in this podcast are solely those of the guest speaker and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the National Restaurant Association (Association) and its affiliates. The Association does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or suitability of any information offered. Listeners are encouraged to do their own research and consider the applicability and suitability of the information provided for their own individual circumstances. If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to Order Up in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. It really helps others find the show.Podcast episode production by Dante32.
Wide eyes, sweaty palms and a racing heart. Are these the tell-tale marks of a love story or a haunted tale? If the story is set in Florida, there's a good chance it's both. From the infamous Bellamy Bridge to a haunted lighthouse in Key West, love is in the air--but it isn't always a good thing. Author and folklorist Christopher Balzano follows lingering campus whispers and trails that vanish into the swamp to track down the urban legends and ghostly lore of Sunshine State love affairs that live on even after death.
DISCLAIMER: This episode was recorded on June 22nd, prior to the SAG Strike. In this episode, Jen and Dyana talk with Champion Swimmer, Author, Public Speaker, and National Icon, Diana Nyad. On September 2, 2013, at the age of sixty-four, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage, swimming 111 miles in fifty-three hours from Havana to Key West. In the 1970s, she became known as the world's greatest long-distance swimmer with her open-water achievements, including a record-breaking swim around Manhattan. For the next thirty years, Nyad was a prominent sports broadcaster and journalist. She is the author of her memoir, Find a Way, and three other books, and later this year a film will be released starring Annette Bening and Jodie Foster directed by Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi spotlighting Diana's complex, wild, and incredible life story. Connect with Diana - Website - www.diananyad.comEverWalk - www.everwalk.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/diananyadWhere to find and support Bush & Banter: Follow Bush & Banter on Instagram: @bushandbanter Visit Bush & Banter's website: www.bushandbanter.com Join Bush & Banter's Patreon community: patreon.com/bushandbanter E-mail Bush & Banter: email@example.com Follow Dyana on Instagram: @dyanacarmella Follow Jennifer on Instagram: @thewhimsicalwoman
Did you know there was poetry stamped into the sidewalks of Key West? There is! To do this week to find out where they are and make it your mission to see a few of them next time you are here. https://openkeywest.com/sidewalk-poetry/#:~:text=The%20Sidewalk%20Poetry%20project%20was,the%20City%20of%20Key%20West. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/localsideofkeywest/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/localsideofkeywest/support
When we enter wild landscapes, no matter how remote, there is an inherent risk. A risk that we could be injured, that we encounter a wild animal, become lost, or, worst case scenario, succumb to foul play at the hands of another human. Some of these interactions and scenarios are unavoidable; even the most seasoned explorers die in the wilderness. In episode 98, we explore these exact topics. I find that it's essential to have a healthy fear when entering the wilderness. Maybe not a fear, but a mindset that it's possible for things to go wrong, and it's important to be prepared for when they do. Although I could likely fill an episode alone discussing some of my wild experiences and encounters outdoors, I had the pleasure of sitting down and learning from Andrea Lankford about how not to die in the wilderness. Andrea Lankford is the author of Ranger Confidential, three trail guides, and her upcoming book, Trail of the Lost: The Relentless Search to Bring Home the Missing Hikers of the Pacific Crest Trail. During her career with the National Park Service, Andrea performed law enforcement, search and rescue, wildland firefighting, and wilderness emergency medicine. After leaving the ranger ranks, the accomplished outdoorswoman thru-hiked the entire Appalachian Trail, kayaked from Miami to Key West, and she and her friend, Beth Overton, were the first to mountain bike the 800-mile Arizona Trail. Andrea is now a registered nurse living in Northern California. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/outdoor.minimalist.book/ WEBSITE: https://www.theoutdoorminimalist.com/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@theoutdoorminimalist ORDER THE BOOK: https://www.theoutdoorminimalist.com/book VENMO: @OutdoorMinimalist --------------- Andrea Lankford Website: https://www.andrealankford.com/ Ranger Confidential: https://www.andrealankford.com/ranger-confidential Trail of the Lost: https://www.andrealankford.com/trailofthelost PCT Missing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/pctmissing.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hauntedhiker/
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Market Proof Marketing · Ep 294: Marketing Is Like An OnionIn this episode, Andrew Peek, Beth Russell and Julie Jarnagin discuss the blend of being both coach and strategist but that it's okay to choose one path and go for it: don't be someone you're not, be the best version of you! Beth shares that her favorite marketing phrase is “marketing is like an onion" meaning there are layers and layers to be pulled back and discovered. At the end of the day, they agree that the unpredictability of the market may just be the new normal.Story Time (08:01)The wrong tile was installed in Beth's house but luckily was credited back the cost. Her second story is that people forget sales priorities are different from marketing priorities and if leadership doesn't recognize that, it leads to chaos.Julie has been taking over some builders while Jackie is out and is having to flip mindsets from coach to strategist.Andrew finds he has more patience for the technical work in the morning and the more personable work in the afternoon.News (22:02)Have Seasonal Housing Market Trends Returned? (https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/mortgages/data-seasonal-trends)Pending home sales rose 0.3% in June, the first increase in 3 months (https://www.housingwire.com/articles/pending-home-sales-rose-0-3-in-june-the-first-increase-in-3-months/)Business Genius Elon Musk Says He's Changing Twitter's Name (https://futurism.com/elon-musk-changing-twitter-name)New HBI Report Shines Spotlight on Labor Shortages (https://www.nahb.org/blog/2023/07/hbi-construction-labor-market-report-spring-2023)Favorites (41:25)Julie has a laser printer that aided her in sending out her many book copies!Beth's favorite is Julie's book! And also Farmhaus Burger.Andrew loves Key West and has just returned from vacationing there.Questions? Comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-369-2595 and we'll address them on the next episode. More insights, discussions, and opportunities can be found at Do You Convert All Access or on the Market Proof Marketing Facebook group.Subscribe on iTunesFollow on SpotifyListen On StitcherA weekly new home marketing podcast for home builders and developers. Each week Kevin Oakley, Andrew Peek, Jackie Lipinski, Julie Jarnagin, and other team members from Do You Convert will break down the headlines, share best practices and stories from the front line, and perform a deep dive on a relevant marketing topic. We're here to help you – not to sell you! The post Ep 294: Marketing Is Like An Onion appeared first on Online Sales and Marketing for Home Builders - DYC.
Richard Black is that man that came a long as a young kid and changed what fishing greatness looked like. At 17, while still in school studying for his degree in marine biology, he had his captains license and was already out-fishing most of the seasoned professionals. His wow factor was real. Richard refined his craft at a blistering speed. His fishing dexterity became legendary; he could fish the gulf stream and the reef as well as the the flats around his home near Islamorada. He is proficient from Chokoloskee to Key West, Miami to the Bahamas. It wasn't uncommon for him to catch a number of Sailfish in the morning, run home, change boats and go release a number of redfish, snook and bonefish in the same day. Any tournament Richard Black is in, it's a given he'll be there at the buzzer. Richard's wife, Brooke Denkert, daughter of well known guide Dave, is a marine biologist as well. The whole family has fishing and water in their DNA. His home is filled with highly sought after tournament wins and most importantly, he's an incredibly nice guy…. You'll love this kid!!
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Who's winning and losing the summer right now? Tony's streak is coming to an end this weekend in Key West. Then the All Star weekend crew puts together their Top Five Salt Lake moments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A guy gets caught having sex with a horse, a man gives his pet squirrel meth and a guy falls in to a vat of chicken soup and dies. Check out jim on Patreon for 3 extra Podcasts a week for $5 a month at Patreon.com/jimflorentine. Check Jim out on tour coming to the following cities: Exton, PA, Dewey Beach, DE, Kenosha, WI, Asbury Park, NJ, Key West, FL and more. All info at jimflorentine.com.