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2011 

I must be hungry today, because I’ve been thinking about a great little bakery that can rival any artisanal bakery on the mainland. It’s called Cole’s Peace, and is located at 1111 Eaton Street here in Key West. Have you eaten there yet, when you've visited the Keys? No loaves of “Wonder Bread” l...
03/22/2011
During the 14th Annual Key West Songwriters Festival, Robert Earl Keen wrote a song inspired by a breathtakingly beautiful sight-seeing flight over the Keys in a 1967 Model Cessna Airplane. It’s become a theme song down here in the Keys! This year – who knows – we may get another one. Check out K...
03/17/2011
  If you are a dedicated “birder” (bird watcher) – over the years you have compiled a list of the birds you have seen – commonly referred to as a “life list.” There are great spots for birdwatching on the US mainland; all along the Mississippi, and on the east coast. Cape Canaveral Seashores is o...
03/11/2011
  Did you know that Key West is closer to Havana than it is to Miami? Come out from March 13 - 26, for the Cuban Cultural Exposition & Hot Havana Nights, to learn and enjoy the Cuban influence on Key West culture and history. In 1890, Key West had a population of nearly 18,800. It was the largest...
03/09/2011
  Relocating to the Keys, and wondering about the quality of education here? Wonder no more! Key West schools are top notch, meeting and exceeding the best schools found throughout the continental United States. Education is valued here in the Keys. Perhaps it’s our artistic, creative, highly nur...
03/04/2011
  If your dog (we'll call him or her “Pooch”) is part of your family – and a major consideration for vacation plans, rest assured that pets are not only allowed, but welcome in the Florida Keys!  Because there aren’t many beaches in the Florida Keys, and because the islands are mostly rock, there...
03/01/2011
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