08 January 2018

Head to Islamorada for Third Annual Half Marathon, 10k and Beach N’ Beer Mile

Winter visitors flock to the Florida Keys seeking warm climes and distance runners are likely to encounter them Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 3-4, during Islamorada’s third annual Half Marathon, 10k and Beach N’ Beer Mile.

08 January 2018

Anglers to Target Barracuda Feb. 1-3 During Florida Keys Cuda Bowl

Casting skills are to eclipse kicking skills in the Florida Keys as anglers target barracuda, flats fishing’s “big game,” in an annual pre–Super Bowl challenge that can be as intense as football’s big game.  
04 January 2018

Literary Landmarks Showcase Key West’s Creative Heritage

For more than three-quarters of a century, Key West has been a haven and an inspiration for some of the United States’ most influential writers. While the late Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams  and  Robert Frost no longer stroll the streets, visitors can view a wealth of literary landmarks and sites that recall their presence and showcase the island’s importance in the literary world.
02 January 2018

Drag Queen 'Drop' Highlights Florida Keys New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve revelers in subtropical Key West enjoyed six offbeat warmer-weather takeoffs on New York City's traditional Times Square "ball drop" — including the 20th annual "drop" of a female impersonator called Sushi in a super-sized red high heel.
02 January 2018

Dachshund Walk is Canine Kickoff to Key West's New Year's Eve

Canines had a doggone good time in Key West Sunday ,  when the annual Key West Dachshund Walk kicked off New Year’s Eve celebrations in the island city’s historic Old Town. 
29 December 2017

Mile 0 Fest to Star ‘Red Dirt’ and Americana Music on Key West’s Waterfront

A long roster of leading Americana and “Red Dirt” musical acts, performing in a subtropical waterfront setting, await music lovers Wednesday through Saturday, Feb. 7-10, at Key West’s inaugural Mile 0 Fest.
28 December 2017

Registration Open for Two Remaining Florida Keys Gold Cup Series Sailfish Tournaments

The three-pronged Gold Cup Sailfish Championship series, a competition that typically attracts the nation’s elite sport fishermen and -women, is underway in the Florida Keys. Yet interested anglers of all experience levels can still join one or both of the remaining tournaments in waters off Islamorada.
27 December 2017

Offbeat 'Drops' and Fireworks to Mark Florida Keys New Year's Eve

From beachside fireworks to wacky takeoffs on the traditional ball drop in New York's Times Square, the Florida Keys offer visitors a wealth of ways to welcome 2018. And because "winter" in the subtropical island chain means balmy breezes rather than blizzards, revelers can leave heavy coats and boots behind as they head out to celebrate wearing light dresses or shorts and sandals. 
22 December 2017

Kelly McGillis Classic Flag Football Championship Set for Jan. 22-29 in Key West

Teams of women and girls from around the world are to meet for adrenaline-packed sporting events and activities Monday through Monday, Jan. 22-29, during the 27th annual Kelly McGillis Classic International Women’s & Girls’ Flag Football Championship.
20 December 2017

February Florida Keys Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert Weekend to Raise Funds for Veterans and Keys Charities

The 1980s were a “hair band” lover’s dream, and rock ‘n’ roll acts Great White and Slaughter are to join several other musical groups to raise money for veterans charities at the Middle Keys’ second annual Coral Head Music Fest set for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 17-18.