CUBA VS. KEY WEST

More than 1.5 million Floridians identify as Cuban, and tourists flock to the Keys to get a taste of “Cuban” food. According to the Pew Research Foundation,...

Sunset Sue

Five years ago, Suzy Curry brought a tub of banana pudding to Sombrero Beach. She was refueling a group of kayakers on their 160-mile journey, from Miami to...

Removing the invaders

Records were broken over the weekend at the fourth annual Lionfish World Championship in Pensacola, and Marathon’s lionfish queen Rachel Bowman was there to contribute. Team Hang...

Knights donate $1,500 to MARC

MARC Executive Director Diana Flenard is presented a check for $1,500 from Mike Quirk from funds raised at the annual Knights of Columbus Big Pine Key Council...

Find Your Balance

“It’s time to take a collective breath,” said Tracy McClellan, owner of Anahara Spa and organizer of the first Yoga and Wellness Fest, taking place Friday, April...

Simpler Times

“One of the Missions of the Old Island Restoration Foundation is to provide education and cultural awareness of the rich Key West environment to our local families...

READING THE SIGNS

Throughout the country and the Florida Keys, April is celebrated as Autism Awareness Month. Local groups like the Autism Society of the Keys are encouraging parents to...

Every little bit helps

For someone paying close attention, Hurricane Irma-damaged homes tucked into Marathon’s oceanside neighborhoods can be overlooked. The insides of these houses, however, tell a different story. With the...

Catering to Your Needs

It’s still great – maybe even better. Great Events Catering Company is a Key West institution operating for more than 25 years. Taking ownership five years ago,...

Taste of Key West

Mallory Square was such a hit last year that Taste of Key West will be back at the “home of the sunset” again on Monday, April 16...