What to Do in Key West

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Being Naked in Key West

in Things You Should Do
I love the feel of the warm Key West sun on my Irish freckled skin. It’s a sensation I crave on a daily basis and during those times when I have to travel to western New York to visit my mom who still lives on our family farm, I yearn to get back to…

Hog's Breath Saloon

I’ve spent so much of my hard-earned cash at the Hog’s Breath Saloon, they should send me a monthly royalties check or, at…

Annual Headdress Ball

Over three decades ago, a savvy group of bell-bottom-wearing business people formed the Key West Business Guild, commonly…
Goombay, Key West

Bahama Village Goombay Festival

Goombay, Key West’s annual Caribbean street festival, is the official kick-off for Fantasy Fest. Thousands descend upon…

How to Key West

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Open Container Law in Key West

in Things You Should Know
You’ve booked your flight to Key West, found the perfect accommodations and you can’t wait to walk Duval Street with a beer in hand, soaking up the sun and enjoying some quality people watching. Key West is one of those magical destinations that…

Fantasy Fest: Naked Novice in Key West

Funny how you can put the word “naked” in the title about anything and people will read it. “Naked Ironing”. “Naked Toilet…

Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden

Lots of people claim to be environmentalists and conservationists but Key West is home to a woman for whom actions speak…

Ecotourism? Prove it!

I try to live my life with a “live and let live” attitude but there’s something that really frosts my bumper and I can’t let…

Key Wested: Key West History

The Mariel Boatlift

I’m no Rhodes Scholar by any stretch of the imagination but I thought I’d received a…

Crazy and Talented in Key West

Key West might be a good place to analyze that long-standing stereotype that the most…

The Darker Side of Key West

It comes as no surprise that Key West brings to mind perfectly romantic images of rum…

Wreckers' Museum/Oldest House

Wreckers' Museum/Oldest House
If I’d been alive in Key West in the early 1800’s, I’d have been a wrecker. Not a home…