21 February 2019

In the Florida Keys, Meetings Are Uniquely Unconventional

Meetings in the Florida Keys & Key West, easily accessible at the southern tip of Florida’s peninsula, are unconventional and memorable. The 125-mile-long island chain is stunningly framed by both the azure-hued Atlantic Ocean and the aquamarine-tinged Gulf of Mexico. 
13 February 2019

Tasty Food, Music, Art and Fun Await Attendees at Island Fest April 6-7

Families are to gather to celebrate music, art, food and fun at the 28th annual Florida Keys Island Fest Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7, in Islamorada. 
12 February 2019

Take a Bite Out of Lionfish at March 29-30 Winter Derby Weekend

The Reef Environmental Education Foundation has announced its 2019 Winter Lionfish Derby Series, and participants are to convene Friday and Saturday, March 29-30, for one of two Key Largo editions.
08 February 2019

Key West Officials Ban Sale of Certain Sunscreens to Protect Coral

Key West city officials have approved a ban on sunscreen products containing two chemicals that studies have found to negatively impact coral and marine organisms. 
08 February 2019

Georgia, Florida and Arizona Anglers Win Cuda Bowl

Scott Christian of Alpharetta, Georgia, released 262.5 inches of barracuda to win the fly division of the 2019 Cuda Bowl Tournament that ended Feb. 2 in the Lower Florida Keys. Guided by Captain John Benvenuto of Key West, Florida, he earned the title of divisional grand champion for the second consecutive year. 
05 February 2019

Tennessee Williams Birthday Events to Honor His Classic Plays and Key West Life

Internationally renowned playwright Tennessee Williams, who lived in Key West for more than 30 years, once said of his chosen home, “I work everywhere, but I work best here.” Aficionados of Williams’ classic plays can recall his writing, life and enduring connection to the island city throughout March 2019 during the Tennessee Williams Birthday celebration. 
29 January 2019

Unique Wedding and Honeymoon Offerings Abound in the Florida Keys

Florida Keys weddings are memorable affairs for a wide variety of people exchanging vows: mainstream couples, golden-age sweethearts, pairs with blended families, and gay and lesbian duos alike.
29 January 2019

Visual Artistry Thrives in Four Florida Keys Shows

The Florida Keys are renowned for having a large population of visual artists, while creative spirits from other places come to experience the ever-changing tropical light and depict a uniquely engaging locale. 
29 January 2019

Key West’s Conch Connection Inspires Quirky Contest

Several dozen people are expected to “blow their own horns” in Key West Saturday, March 2, providing a typically hilarious spectacle for spectators during the 57th annual Conch Shell Blowing Contest.
28 January 2019

Sample Fresh Catch at Original Marathon Seafood Festival March 9-10

Fresh shrimp, fish and lobster are headlining the menus at the Original Marathon Seafood Festival, a taste bud–tempting weekend feast scheduled Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10.