Hundreds of divers and snorkelers took to the sea to listen to a local radio’s four-hour broadcast in the ocean at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Marathon swimmer Diana Nyad is staging a theatrical presentation this week about her 111-mile swim from Cuba to Key West, on the island where she completed the near-impossible athletic feat.
A day before the one-year anniversary of her successful swim from Havana to Key West, marathon swimmer Diana Nyad was honored on the beach where she stepped out of the ocean Sept. 2, 2013.
Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad could get her own monument on the Florida Keys beach where she staggered ashore after a 53-hour swim from Cuba.
World-record swimmer Diana Nyad is hanging up her goggles at least when it comes to swimming in saltwater.
A towering Batman, floats carrying costumed superheroes and villains, and real-life athletic hero Diana Nyad starred in the Fantasy Fest parade, the highlight of Key West’s 10-day costuming and masking festival that ends Sunday.
Thousands of costumed revelers hit the streets of Key West Friday night for a Masquerade March as a prelude to Saturday night’s lavish Fantasy Fest Parade.
A wacky costume competition in Key West Wednesday evening featured some super hero pups and supernatural kitties.
It’s that time of year again, time for the annual Fantasy Fest in Key West.
It’s time for grown men in masks & capes, women in body paint and cute little dogs in tutus to strut their stuff on Duval Street in Key West.