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Key West and the Arts

Key West has practically always been a haven of sorts for artists and aspiring artist of all kinds. The island has a rich and diverse history in the arts. Key West has many art galleries, theaters, museums, festivals, dances, music,concerts,…

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Key West Cemetery

A horrible hurricane that hit the island on October 11, 1846 disinterred most of the bodies in the original burial ground near the Southernmost Point, so a new location on higher ground in the center of Key West was chosen….

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National Key Deer Refuge

The National Key Deer Refuge was established in 1957 in order to protect the wildlife of the Florida Keys. It is located in the Lower Florida Keys, is made up of about 9,000 acres mangrove forests, freshwater wetlands, hardwood hammocks,…

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Things to Do in the Lower Keys

So you have a car and you want to get away from the hubbub of Key West for a day. Well here are some things to do just a short drive away. 1. Check out Geiger Key Marina & Tiki…

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Key West Beaches

So you are coming to Key West and you want to relax at the beach for some of your trip. Well if you are staying at one of the few hotels with a small beach area, such as the Pier…

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Paradise Pups

My ┬áMaltese, Indiana Bones, is small and well behaved and he loves to go places with me as much as I like taking him places so we are pretty much always together. For this reason, my husband has taken to…

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Gearing Up for Lobster Mini Season in Key West

The traffic coming into the Florida Keys and Key West is already picking up with Floridians trailering their boats down readying for lobster mini season which falls on July 27th and 28th this year. Mini season is always the last…

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Key West Celebrates Hemingway Days

This week Key West has been busy celebrating the life of one of its most famed residents ever to call the island home, Ernest Hemingway, or as the locals used to call him, Papa. From July 19th to the 24th,…

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