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Jason Koler

Jason Koler
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Jason Koler, born in Florida and raised in Ohio, is the “better looking and way smarter” Keys Weekly publisher. When not chasing his children or rubbing his wife’s feet, he enjoys folding laundry and performing experimental live publishing.

Jerry’s Library

This past Monday evening, the Florida History & Discovery Center opened the Jerry Wilkinson Research Library to “celebrate his decades of historical preservation contributions,...

15 years of community news

At 11 a.m. on some random Thursday back in 2006 I realized our page designer wasn’t going to show up for work. She had...

Honoring the Hammons – Tony and Colleen retirement service this weekend

Although Island Christian’s pastor and school founder Tony Hammon is formally retiring, he doesn’t see his life changing much as the Upper Keys resident...

Christi’s in Control

To say Christi Allen Franchini is enthusiastic is like saying the Florida Keys has nice weather. Her smile is as unlimited as her spirit...

Poker paddle is next weekend – Third annual event features updated...

Early last week anxious paddle boarders received their first glimpse of the new Florida Keys Poker Paddle course that starts and ends behind the...

FKCC buys plot for Upper Keys campus

On the morning of Aug. 21, the Florida Keys Community College solidified its pledge to bring a campus to the Upper Keys by purchasing...

Trash 4 Beer

“We just cleaned house out there. Got a whole trailer full of stuff,” said Coastal Realty broker John El-Koury on Monday afternoon. “Anchor, anchor...

Coming soon: more affordable housing!

A partnership between the Village of Islamorada, Monroe County and Habitat for Humanity hit pay dirt last week when ground was broken on a...

Davis, Carlson and Bacheler file for Village Council seats

With Chris Sante opting not to pursue another term on the Village of Islamorada dais, two residents from different walks of life will be...

Meads to seek re-election – Purdo wants return to office

Islamorada Village Councilmember Cheryl Meads is seeking re-election and will be challenged by former councilmember David Purdo for Seat 2 on the dais.  “I really...