Florida Stone Crab season is back—BUT there are some changes

Courtesy: Shutterstock- Peter Acker Fall season means a lot of things, depending on who you ask. But in Florida, any die-hard foodie will tell you one thing remains king in the heart of fall—Stone Crabs. Stone Crab season is here for Floridians to enjoy in all its glory. Sweet, juicy, and served chilled with a

Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes to Be Released in the Florida Keys

Image by Егор Камелев from Pixabay  It sounds like the plot of a Hollywood movie, but it’s something that is actually happening. Genetically engineered mosquitoes have been made in a lab and they are set to be released sometime in 2021 or 2022 in the Florida Keys. The reason for such an event is part

Exploring Florida’s Resident Ghost Town

Beautiful beach on Indian Key, Florida, USA. Photo and Caption: JMcQ/Shutterstock.com Indian Key Historic State Park in the Florida Keys is another one of those hidden gems that not even resident Floridians know about, much less visit. The island was once home to the bustling town of Indian Key but now remains an uninhabited ghost

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 History of the Matheson Hammock Name

Aerial view of Matheson Hammock Park in Miami, Florida, USA. Photo: Abel Santamarina/Shutterstock.com South Floridians, may be familiar with Matheson Hammock Park, or simply “Matheson Hammock” as it is referred to by the locals, but did you know that Matheson was named after a real person? The name comes from a man named William John

Restoration Blueprint: The Comprehensive Plan To Protect The Florida Keys

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is releasing a comprehensive plan on how to protect the only barrier coral reef in the continental United States.

Hemingway Days: A Celebration Of The Legendary Author’s Legacy In Key West

Starting on Tuesday, thousands of Ernest Hemingway fans will descend on Key West to celebrate the legendary author’s life, legacy and connection to the island city.