Arts & Culture
29 November 2016
Red-Hot Lineup to Star at Islamorada’s ‘Baygrass Bluegrass’ Jan. 13-15
Experience traditional bluegrass, old time and Americana offerings in a waterfront setting during Islamorada’s fifth annual Baygrass Bluegrass Music Festival scheduled Friday through Sunday, Jan. 13-15.
10 June 2016
Photographer Clyde Butcher’s Islamorada Exhibit Celebrates U.S. National Park Service Centennial
Photography and nature fans can explore an exhibit by Florida’s legendary black-and-white landscape photographer Clyde Butcher this summer at the Florida Keys History & Discovery Center in Islamorada.
25 May 2016
From Sandals to Sea Glass: Artisan Offerings in the Keys
For nearly a century the Florida Keys have beckoned many with their natural beauty and vibrant yet laidback atmosphere. But it's not just travelers that gravitate to the intriguing destination. Quaint, quirky and filled with a free-spirited charm, the subtropical islands are a haven for the creative. Artists and artisans from across the globe flock to the Keys and stay, making the island chain their home while helping shape its reputation as a cultural mecca.
06 January 2016
Fiction Contest Winner Can Write in Hemingway's Key West Studio
The winner of a fiction-writing competition is to have the opportunity to work in the Key West writing studio that was once the sanctum of Ernest Hemingway, one of America's greatest authors.
02 October 2015
Mysterious Spirits to Haunt Halloween in the Florida Keys
FLORIDA KEYS — Quirky and laid-back year-round, the Florida Keys turn to mischievous mayhem come Halloween. Hauntings are to take place in the island chain from the northernmost outpost of Key Largo to mile marker (MM) 0 in Key West, the southernmost city in the continental United States. Here is a sampling of spooky events in the Keys.
10 February 2015