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Reflections on LGBTQ Key West 2020

This year brought many achievements of note to benefit Key West’s LGBTQ community and visitors — from the return of rainbow crosswalks on the island city’s famed Duval Street to the formal dedication of a “One Human Family” pavilion, plus incredible fundraising efforts for AIDS service organizations by participants in the “reimagined” SMART Ride.

By |2020-12-29T21:11:23-05:00December 29, 2020|

Sharing a Delicious Night Out in Old Town Key West

With so many good restaurants in Key West, ranging from intimate bistros and gourmet emporiums to waterfront seafood spots, the choice can sometimes be bewildering for visitors. What's the best tactic for finding an island-style culinary gem? Ask a local resident for recommendations — and they’ll likely include the Flaming Buoy Filet Co.

By |2021-05-13T16:10:24-04:00November 24, 2020|

Key West’s ‘Cooking With Love’ Marks 25 Years of Community Outreach

These days, many people find satisfaction and purpose in helping others in need — including two Key Westers who are longtime volunteers for a heartwarming local organization. “Cooking With Love” exemplifies the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, and gives back to the community in the Florida Keys’ true "One Human Family" fashion.

By |2020-11-11T23:46:06-05:00November 11, 2020|

Pavilion Dedication Marks 20 Years of ‘One Human Family’

A small group of Key Westers recently gathered (properly masked, of course) to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the "One Human Family" motto that was born on the island — and officially name a local landmark the One Human Family Pavilion. The unifying phrase proclaims that all people are equal and all are connected.

By |2020-10-28T21:57:30-04:00October 28, 2020|

The SMART Ride Reimagined: How Will You Do Your 165?

Each year bicyclists traditionally navigate the entire Florida Keys island chain, along scenic Overseas Highway and Heritage Trail routes, during the 165-mile Miami to Key West trek called The Smart Ride. The 2020 event is scheduled Nov. 20-22 — with a reimagined format that allows participants to compete onsite or anywhere they choose.

By |2021-05-13T16:08:51-04:00September 30, 2020|

What’s New in LGBTQ Key West

What’s happening in the gayborhood of Key West these days? Visitors can discover two new gay-owned and -operated restaurants for their dining pleasure — one with a particularly sassy name. Plus many island entertainment venues have a fresh new look following recent renovations, and Key West’s iconic drag shows are once again delighting audiences

By |2020-09-16T15:00:58-04:00September 16, 2020|

Five Things to Love About Key West

Key West offers a delicious variety of restaurants, a supremely pet-friendly atmosphere, plenty of opportunities for on-the-water adventures, and a beach nicknamed to honor Elizabeth Taylor. Plus the island is famed for its subtropical year-round weather, enthusiastic diversity, and laid-back vibe that's light-years away from the hectic pace of the "real world."

By |2020-08-19T23:11:41-04:00August 19, 2020|

Outdoor Dining 2.0 in Old Town Key West

Key West’s inviting eateries offer relaxing, socially-distanced outdoor dining and an amazing array of scrumptious dishes. Discover some local cuisine favorites — ranging from an enticing entrée and decadent dessert at Island House Resort to a bountiful brunch at the Mediterranean oasis called Azur — on a gourmet journey through the appealing island city.

By |2020-08-05T16:54:30-04:00August 5, 2020|
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