The Florida Keys Reopens to the Public

Southernmost Point Continental USA at Key West, Florida. The picture shows the famous landmark of the southernmost point of the USA. Photo and Caption:  Dennis Kartenkaemper On June 1st the Florida Keys reopened to visitors after access was denied to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic. Checkpoints leading into the Florida Keys came down

The Sun Will Come Out for Florida’s Tourism Industry Despite COVID-19 Shutdown

Downtown Miami, Florida, USA, and the port, seen from MacArthur Causeway at sunset. Photo: Dreamframer/Shutterstock.com Florida’s economy depends heavily on travel and tourism. We all know that. It’s a scary time right now to even think about it but in the long run, this pandemic will affect our travel and tourism industry more than we

Major Central Florida Construction Projects Continue Despite COVID-19 Concerns

A view of Interstate 4 construction, looking south toward the skyline of downtown Orlando as seen from the Maitland Blvd. overpass, Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Photo: Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel Virgin Trains USA (formerly Brightline) has decided to move forward with three mega-construction jobs worth many billions of dollars despite the coronavirus outbreak stalling Central Florida’s

Tampa International Airport Ditching Boarding Passes For Facial Recognition Tech

Traveling is about to get a whole lot easier for international flyers at Tampa’s major airport.

U.S. Navy Blue Angels Return To Fort Lauderdale Air Show For 1st Time In Over 12 Years

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels are returning to South Florida for the first time in over 12 years to headline the Fort Lauderdale Air Show.