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HERE AT THE FLORIDA WEEKLY, WE SURE DO GET AROUND. The island, that is. Need a comprehensive happy hour guide? We’ve got your (pickle) back. Looking for indoor activities to waste away a rare rainy day? We’ve got museums, theaters and attractions enough for a storm of monsoon proportions. In short, over the past three years we’ve covered every square […]

It’s all fun and games for Comedy Key West

Key West is a silly little town. We exist in a weird limbo that is part paradise, part performance art. Spend a little time on our sun-dappled streets and you’ll start to understand why the nickname Key Weird has stuck around for decades. Clichés abound in our Southernmost town: we’ve got sequin-sporting drag queens sharing rainbow crosswalks with Navy pilots […]

Key West Art & Historical Society Distinguished Speaker Bob Bernreuter presents ‘A History of the Basilica St. Mary Star of the Sea’

On Thursday, May 23, from 6 to 7 p.m., Key West Art & Historical Society presents Bob Bernreuter, who will discuss “A History of the Basilica St. Mary Star of the Sea,” at the Custom House Museum (281 Front St.). Bernreuter will explore how small seeds of faith planted by 16th century missionaries on a small island in a new […]

It’s ‘Prime Time’ at The Studios of Key West

Goofy, groovy and sometimes great, television variety shows of the 1960s and ’70s were a keystone of American culture, entertaining millions as families tuned in around the TV set each night. It’s against this backdrop that American television producer and writer Blake Hunter and Broadway veteran Charles Lindberg have set “Prime Time,” a musical that premiered May 22 at The […]


Wild Bill Charters: This might be the start of our spring mahi season — not red hot but we’ve got the right winds for a few days. — Capt. Artie Duplessis 1801 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West 305-744-7957

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