Three Rarely Seen Imperiled Bird Species Are Nesting On Siesta Key Beach!

by Allan Worms, PhD., Wildlife Biologist (retired) Snowy Plovers, a rare and beautiful little bird, listed in Florida as Threatened, have been joined on Siesta Key Beach by two additional imperiled species: Least Terns — the smallest of the American Read More

Who’s Playing Tonight?

    An interview with Andres Colin by Mike Sales Whenever Andres and I play in the village on the same day, I can expect to see him headed down the sidewalk, stopping to have a few words with all Read More

Dennis Kowal— American Sculptor

By Diana Colson Dennis Kowal was born and raised in Chicago. As a child, he remembers sitting in the Music Box Theatre watching a movie. When the newsreel came on, exposing the audience to the first atomic bomb tests, the Read More

Soulfully Yours Donnarose

Q:  Dear Donnarose, my sister-in-law lives with us and helps my wife who is disabled. However, she is always yelling due to her own issues. How can my wife and I possibly avoid the unhealthy impact of this? ~Thanks, Roger  A: ~ Read More

Photo Gallery

Yoli is this month’s island girl.  She’s from Botevgrad, Bulgaria and currently lives in Key West.  Although she’s only been to Siesta beac once, she loves it here.  She cherishes the time she spends with her son, enjoys working out, Read More