Weddings flock to Florida — Venues are slammed as U.S. prepares to host 2.5 million wedding ceremonies in 2022

Wedding Set Up – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by weddingvideothailand During the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds of thousands of weddings were postponed, leaving disappointed brides and grooms stuck with rescheduling multiple times. Now, the Wedding Report has predicted that the highest number of weddings will take place during 2022 since the early 1980s. “We had a

The top 5 most popular camping areas in Florida

Camping Area – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Prapat Aowsakorn The Sunshine State has always been the perfect destination for a beloved beach vacation, but many seem to forget that Florida has more to offer than theme parks and beaches! The camping travel trend is on the rise with the number of first-time campers skyrocketing,

In an attempt to bring tourists back to the Sunshine State, Visit Florida asks for $75 million

Visit Florida Postcard – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Callahan Florida’s tourism and marketing agency will ask lawmakers to extend its life and maintain increased funding as the state increases efforts to attract international visitors amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Chairman Danny Gaekwad of Visit Florida told members of the Enterprise Florida Board of Directors on

Florida man strikes again! Neighborhood Army veteran catches alligator in trash can outside his Florida home

“Florida man,” a popular phrase across the internet due to the wild things that happen in the Sunshine State, strikes again, and this time it involves a scuffle between an alligator, a man, and a trash can. In an extremely viral video, 26-year-old Eugene Bozzi is seen approaching a scary-looking alligator with an open trash

Here’s how to save a “latte” money on National Coffee Day 2021 in South Florida

Aerial View Various Coffee – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Rawpixel.com If you’ve been craving a hot cup ‘o’ joe or a fancier iced white chocolate caramel macchiato with an extra pump of every flavor you can think of, then you’re in luck — it’s National Coffee Day! Nowadays, there seems to be a national

Brightline’s high-tech trains roll off production line in California and are headed to Orlando

Brightline Train – West Palm Beach – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by EQRoy Brightline is marking the rollout of its first diesel-electric, stainless steel trains that will transport passengers while offering food service between South Florida and Orlando International Airport. By building an American higher-speed rails service, Brightline’s goal is to change people’s behavior by

SAVOR ST. PETE Festival is coming to downtown St. Petersburg Nov. 6th & 7th, welcoming guests to sip & savor while enjoying interactive activities, cooking demos, & more

Courtesy: SAVOR SoFLO ST. PETERSBURG, FL. — This autumn season, local foodies, wine lovers, and craft beer enthusiasts are invited to “SIP, SAVOR, and be SEEN” at the annual SAVOR ST. PETE event. The two-day festival will take place November 6th-7th in downtown St. Petersburg, overlooking beautiful Tampa Bay in North Straub Park. It will

Here are the Sunshine State’s best cities for outdoor dining this fall

Outdoor Dining Rooftop — Courtesy: Image by Brian Patrick Lim from Shutterstock Gone are the hot and humid nights of summer, because “fall” is upon us in Florida. Although our Florida fall is about a one-degree dip in temperature, this means that outdoor dining season is about to begin. Just in time for the breezy

Hot Tickets: 3 Doors Down concerts coming to Florida, J Balvin tickets now on sale

J Balvin Performing — Courtesy: Image by Alexander Tamargo from Getty Images 3 Doors Down, with Seether Formed by lead singer Brad Arnold in 1996, 3 Doors Down secured its first hit in 2000 with “Kryptonite.” The beloved Mississippi-based rock band went on to record several other songs, including “Away From The Sun,” “Here Without

Key West’s famous Fantasy Fest parade canceled over COVID, but some events will remain

Start of Key West Fantasy Fest – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Chuck Wagner Fantasy Fest, the biggest annual event by far in the tourist-heavy Key West, will stay on the calendar but its events have been whittled down.  The event’s organizers said on Monday that the parade and street fair will not happen this