Florida Keys News Bureau
A Colorado man won the 52nd annual Conch Shell Blowing Contest in Key West Saturday using the same shell his father used to win the same contest in 1986.
Bowling isn’t normally meant to be paired with gourmet food and fine wine but when the bowling balls are coconuts, all bets are off. The offbeat pairing was a feature of the Key West Food and Wine Festival that continues through Sunday.
Animal Shelter staff had a jarring experience when they spotted a cat with it’s head stuck in a glass jar which they were later able to remove.
Fishing guides in the Keys, upset with the government shutdown that has barred the waters of Everglades National Park, spearheaded a rally Wednesday telling federal officials to give them back their fishing grounds.
Divers in the Florida Keys have become subsea voyeurs of sort, witnessing a fascinating yet fragile annual reproductive phenomenon on coral reefs.
A young turtle found floating in a weed patch off the coast of the Keys is expected to make a full recovery.
Nearly 200 dachshunds and their owners took to the streets of Key West Monday to strut their stuff in the 8th annual Key West Dachshund Walk.
Aye, who be that buccaneer a’walkin that plank? It be Klaus Chroszielewski, winner of the National Walk The Plank Championship Saturday in Key West.Chroszielewski won the competition dressed as King Neptune in Key West’s annual competition that attracts hundreds of costumed pirate enthusiasts to the town’s week-long annual Pirates in Paradise festival, according to Andy Newman, spokesman for Florida Keys News Bureau.