10 December 2021

Key West Half Marathon Offers Warm Weather and Multiple Racing Options

Runners can test their endurance in the continental United States’ southernmost island city during the 24th annual Key West Half Marathon, a warm-weather winter competition set for Sunday, Jan. 16.
08 December 2021

New Year’s Eve ‘Drops’ and Fireworks to Dazzle Florida Keys Revelers

New Year’s Eve partiers unwilling to endure cold-weather festivities, such as the traditional “ball drop” in New York’s Times Square, can find exuberant celebrations and far warmer temperatures in the Florida Keys.
06 December 2021

Savor Local Seafood and Salute Commercial Fishermen at Key West Festival

For nearly 200 years, Key West’s cuisine has been based around the bounty of the sea. Seafood lovers can feast on fresh local lobster, finfish, shrimp, stone crab claws and more — and salute the hardy fishermen who spend their careers harvesting it — during the Florida Keys Seafood Festival set for Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 15-16.
03 December 2021

Chart a Course for Seafaring Supplies at Lower Keys Nautical Expo

Fans of boating, fishing, diving and other watersports in the Florida Keys’ ocean realm can take their pick of maritime merchandise at the 18th annual Big Pine & Lower Keys Nautical Expo set for Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 15-16.
01 December 2021

Authors to Explore Theme of Desire at Key West Literary Seminar

More than 20 leading American and international writers are to explore literary depictions of desire, from the profound to the profane, during the 39th annual Key West Literary Seminar. The acclaimed gathering for literature fans is set for Thursday through Sunday, Jan. 6-9.
30 November 2021

College Athletes to Compete at Orange Bowl Swim Classic in Florida Keys Jan. 3

Hundreds of college swimmers from around the country, some who have pursued Olympic gold, are to meet and compete in the open-to-spectators Orange Bowl Swimming Classic Monday, Jan. 3, the culmination of an annual monthlong winter training session in Key Largo.
30 November 2021

Keys Video Advisory - Hurricane Flags Burned in Key West to Mark Storm Season's End

A group of Florida Keys residents staged a ceremonial burning of hurricane warning flags Tuesday evening to mark the official Nov. 30 end of the 2021 Atlantic Basin hurricane season. 
29 November 2021

Take a Trek: Hunt for Fruit on Big Pine Key

Grimal Grove, the 2-acre fruit farm billed as the first and only breadfruit grove in the continental United States, has begun offering 90-minute guided tropical fruit excursions at its off-the-beaten-path location on Big Pine Key.
29 November 2021

Key West Kingfish Mayhem Tournament to Challenge Teams Jan. 13-16

Big kingfish congregate in the waters around Key West each winter and angling teams can vie to catch the largest during the 2022 Key West Kingfish Mayhem tournament.
23 November 2021

Seasonal Celebrations to Star in Key West Holiday Fest

Although the southernmost island in the continental United States has never experienced a traditional white Christmas, visitors can immerse themselves in seasonal spirit and celebrations during the 2021 Key West Holiday Fest.