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Moooove It: Cow Key Zero K on the horizon

Some runners push themselves to sweat through marathons and distance challenges, but not the competitors in the Cow Key Channel Bridge Run, scheduled Sunday,...

Locals, visitors devour the seafood

With more than 20,000 attendees, the Marathon Seafood Festival is the premier event for great seafood, entertainment and fun in the Middle Keys. Sponsored...

Bauer recognized for work

By John Christopher Fine Dr. Sally Bauer spent her medical career in emergency rooms treating trauma patients. She married Dr. Joe Bauer, who studied medicine...

Four Sheets to the Wind brings unique sound

The sun begins to slip away on a warm Friday evening in Marathon. At Skipjack’s Resort, a friendly woman at a poolside table offers...

Top Ten priorities to propose to Tallahassee for Florida Keys Day!

Florida Keys officials, business leaders and administrators will head to Tallahassee next week to lobby state officials on critical issues affecting Monroe County. Since...

From Hookers to High Society: David Sloan’s “Key Lime Pie Hole”

By David Sloan  Food writers love to belittle the origins of Key lime pie by repeating the outdated belief that the first published recipe for...

The Bucket List – Local Picks for Best of Key West

The Weekly has teamed up with local author David Sloan to sneak peek his new book “The Key West Bucket List,” coming out in...

Celebrating Tennessee Williams: Events will Offer Cocktails, Movies, Books and More!

Two events in particular shine in the lineup of the Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration. “An Evening with Tennessee Williams” Enjoy samples of the Pulitzer prize-winning author’s...

Keys opens Volunteer Village

The Monroe County Long Term Recovery Group opened its mobile Volunteer Village on March 5 on Big Pine Key. The village, set up on...

Maritime business back after Irma

Editor’s note: It’s been 542 days since Hurricane Irma swept the Keys. By in large, the Keys have recovered. But there are still some...