ARTIST’S CORNER: ADORNING AN ORNAMENT IS NO EASY TASK

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By William DePaula The end of November is a transition time here in the Florida Keys. Hurricane season is ending and the heat and humidity is not...

KEY LARGO TREE LIGHTING RINGS IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON

By Zack Woltanski In spite of the rainy weather, more than 1.000 locals gathered on Nov. 19 at the Murray Nelson Government Center for the Key Largo Community...

BOOKS THAT MAKE US THANKFUL FOR F(READ)OM

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Immigrant stories from China and El Salvador and echoes through the halls of Ellis Island. People who made the choice to leave their homes and start over...

KEY LARGO LIBRARY OFFERS MORE THAN BOOKS & A QUIET PLACE TO READ

Inside the Key Largo library sit a vast collection of books, engaging activities and technology services for community members. Nestled in the corner of Tradewinds Plaza, the...

ISLAMORADA FESTIVAL BRINGS THE BACON

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Smells of bacon will fill the Islamorada air as the annual Bacon Fest and Vendor Show returns to the heart of Islamorada on Sunday, Nov. 6. Organized by...

KEY LARGO ‘PAWTY’ BENEFITS RESCUES

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Hi friends! Reef the fox here with your weekly “Reef’s Report.”  Well, I finally got a gift from the NBC show “Dateline.” For those who may not be...

THE KEY PLAYERS PREPARE TO WOW AUDIENCES WITH ‘LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS’

Inside the Murray E. Nelson center, the cast and crew of Little Shop of Horrors runs through a dress rehearsal. With opening night Thursday, Oct. 27, this...

HISTORY OF DIVING LECTURE WELCOMES RETIRED NAVY SEAL MASTER CHIEF RICK KAISER

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Join the History of Diving Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. for the “Immerse Yourself!” lecture on the history of the Navy SEAL, presented by...

NAUTICAL ART EXHIBIT ON DISPLAY AT ISLAMORADA LIBRARY TIL NOV. 12

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The History of Diving Museum’s traveling exhibit, “Dive Into Art: FantaSea,” is on display until Nov. 12 at the Islamorada library.  This traveling show of student artwork, featuring...

WATER EXHIBIT FEATURES WORK OF LOCAL ARTISTS

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The Florida Keys History & Discovery Center recently opened its latest rotating exhibit in the upstairs gallery called “The Study of Water.” Water is the most important of...