John Waters is Coming to Town… an Interview with the Icon

Filmmaker, writer, director and cultural icon, John Waters’s resume is impeccable, yet his self-description reads like the encyclopedia of bad taste. Dubbing himself the “Pope Of Trash”...

ICE in the Tropics: The Story Behind the Peter Brown Case

This week, the ACLU—along with the ACLU of Florida, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP—filed a lawsuit against the Monroe County Sheriff’s...

Ocean Fest informs, excites

An inaugural festival educated and entertained the many who came out Saturday for Mote’s Ocean Fest: A Community Celebration at Founders Park.  The day featured a host of...

Landon Bradbary is a Dysfunctional Genius

“A wonderful amount of controlled chaos.” That’s how Landon Bradbary describes his Dec. 9 variety show from a small coffee shop table in Old Town. Aptly dubbed...

Holiday Boat Parades You Don’t Want to Miss

Friday, Dec. 7 STOCK ISLAND The Stock Island Lighted Boat Parade is a free event. Activities begin at 5 p.m., with the parade scheduled for 7 p.m., and an...

I Love Stock Island Festival this Weekend!

Stock Island has long been on the map as sister city to Key West. In recent years, it’s become a destination all its own for a unique...

Keys’ Publix grocery stores, CVS join online ordering trend

Step one: download the Instacart app for your smart phone. Step two: order. Step three: put your sock-covered feet up on the coffee table and await delivery...

Mote Marine hosts eco-friendly event

Mote Marine Laboratory’s first annual Ocean Fest: A Community Celebration is set for Saturday, Dec. 1 at Founders Park in Islamorada. The fun and activities go from...

16 APARTMENTS – Church needs funds to finish affordable housing rehab

The miracle of the "five loaves and two fish” looks a little different in modern-day Marathon. It looks, in fact, like buying a condemned 16-unit apartment complex, completely rehabbing...

The Mystery of the Hammerhead

For generations, Keys watermen have been terrorizing youngsters with stories of “Big Mo.” Legend has it the 18-foot Great Hammerhead had eyeballs “as big as baseballs” and...