Passengers, number of flights to Keys slowing

All is going according to plan at Monroe County’s two airports. Passengers who arrive from Connecticut, New Jersey or New York — areas with high community spread...

How to exit Amazonas in the time of COVID-19

A few years back, Slate published an essay on “The Rise and Fall of Quicksand,” recounting a 1980s-specific exotic obsession. If you’re of a certain age, you...

DeSantis directive takes aim at residents fleeing from hot spots

In a bid to curb residents fleeing from three northeastern states where shelter-in-place orders are in effect, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced an executive order March 23 to...

Florida Keys closing to visitors as of Sunday

By: Mandy Miles, Jim McCarthy and Sara Matthis The Florida Keys and Key West will close all hotels, campgrounds, short-term rentals and other lodging establishments as of Sunday,...

STATE OF BUSINESS amid coronavirus concern

By Sara Matthis, Mandy Miles and Jim McCarthy Florida Keys airports and hotels remained open as of Wednesday. Bars were instructed by the state to close for the...

Local adventurer spends lifetime exploring Pitcairn Islands

In 1989, local adventurer and explorer Jack S. Grove accidentally discovered the shipwreck of the vessel Acadia at Ducie Atoll, an uninhabited islet in the Pitcairn Island...

Fashion, culture, art and history

Today is what a true New Yorker would call “brisk and beautiful” — painfully blue skies and temperatures in the mid-40s — and this South Florida gal...
Learn about how to travel to Cuba at Marathon Library talk - A red car parked on the side of a road - Vintage car

Learn about how to travel to Cuba at Marathon Library talk

We all know that Cuba is just a hop, skip, and 90 miles off the Southernmost Point in Key West. But, what most of us don’t know...
Striking 2020 ads lure various visitors to island chain - A person standing next to a body of water - Loch

Striking 2020 ads lure various visitors to island chain

The Florida Keys were ready for their close-ups this summer and are lookin’ good in the latest captivating collection of print ads designed to draw a diverse...
During her summer in Mongolia with the Experiment in International Living, Key West High School student Maryama Akhmetkaliyeva rode a camel in the Gobi Desert and did a home stay in a traditional yurt, or tent-like structure. Contributed photo

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...