Mandy Miles

Mandy Miles drops stuff, breaks things and falls down more than any adult should. She's married to a saintly — and handy — fisherman, and has been stringing words together in Key West since 1998.

Small spaces, big impact – Officials encourage accessory unit rentals

ey West officials are breaking ground, taking action and making decisions to enable and encourage the construction of new housing for island workers. But another, little known and largely untapped,...

Truck delivers 500+ Christmas trees

The line of volunteers stretched for more than a block down Seminary Street on the morning of Nov. 26, when a refrigerated truck from North Carolina delivered about 550...

Keys kids conquer 16 countries

In the summer of 2019, three dozen students from the Florida Keys participated in the Experiment in International Living — international cross-cultural programs that spanned 16 different countries with 23...

LOOKING UP – Audubon room remade to draw a crowd

A newly redesigned room at Key West’s  Audubon House and Tropical Gardens surprised some visitors Tuesday evening with its key lime-colored, art-deco sofa, bird holograms on the ceiling and...

City wants its cut – Admiral’s Cut access would connect waterfront

Just a few hundred yards separate Mallory Square from the city’s new showpiece at Truman Waterfront showpiece. It’d be a quick and easy walk from the Sunset Celebration at...

Faith and freedom – City’s oldest black church turns 155

Sandy Cornish was a slave in Maryland prior to the Civil War, but eventually was able to pay $1,500 for his freedom and that of his wife.  The free black...