Haunted house allowed in Big Pine. Are we getting back to “normal”? Maybe. Maybe...

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Against a backdrop of falling infection rates, the BOCC voted Wednesday to allow the first community event on county property since coronavirus shutdowns began: the Lower Keys...

Voting starts Friday for Keys Weekly’s people’s choice awards

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Making the decision to hold the seventh annual Bubbas (Key West People’s Choice Awards) was no easy task. Amid a pandemic and every other dagger 2020 has...

Loads of history to discover

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There are many events happening at the Keys History and Discovery Museum in Islamorada. Discover History!Join Curator Brad Bertelli for live segments...

Key West uses outdoor space for live music

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Key West has found a way to let the music play during the continuing coronavirus pandemic. Rams Head, the company that manages...

Islamorada Fire Rescue holds 9/11 remembrance ceremony

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Nineteen years later, we don’t forget. This year’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony held by the Islamorada Fire Rescue Department went virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The...

REEF’s Annual Lionfish Derby Goes Socially-Distant To Defend Reefs

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Lionfish are some of the most iconic invasive species of the Florida Keys. They’re beautiful, they’re venomous and they’re hungry. Luckily for us humans, they’re also fun...

REEF Hosts Inaugural Virtual 5K Supporting Ocean Conservation

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Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) is inviting everyone around the world to participate in its inaugural Fish Out of Water virtual 5K. 

Wet paint: Keys artist dives deep for inspiration

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Brittany Parker can do it all.  During the day, she’s the program and development manager at the Good Health Clinic in Tavernier....

New Key West events replace Fantasy Fest fundraisers

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The eight weeks from mid-August to mid-October in Key West are typically packed with costume parties, silent auctions, art sales, bike tours, fundraising 5K runs and other...

Keys locals featured on Shark Week

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They went lookin’ for “Big Moe” and they might have found him.  James M. Platt, better known as “Bucko” around Marathon, squired around a team of scientists and...