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  1. Sculpture Trail Adds Art and Color to Your Next Drive to the KeysRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Miami New Times

    In late July, the 81-Mile Florida Keys Sculpture Trail made its debut, comprised of nine massive sculptures along the Florida Keys Overseas Highway between Islamorada and Key West. The pieces were created as part of the Art Students League of New York Model to Monument Program and, starting in 2016, were displayed in New York City's Riverside Park.


  2. Great, the Weather System Soaking Miami Today Could Turn Into a Tropical StormRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2018 | Miami New Times

    If Miami is in a bad mood this morning, it's understandable. This weekend was the rare two-day stretch of relentless gray clouds, driving rain, and flash floods with barely a second of sunshine.


  3. Enjoy This Video of Key West Residents Cursing at Trump's MotorcadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | Miami New Times

    If you were to strip away all the trappings of President Donald Trump's inherited wealth - the planes, the superglued combover, the spray tan - it's not hard to imagine our nation's president could have easily wound up filtering down to the Keys and living a life of low-rent hucksterism. He loves the Florida coastline! He could have moved down here and married a woman named Barb who shares his love of Jean-Claude Van Damme films and well-done steak.


  4. Norman Van Aken's Three Is a Wynwood StandoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2018 | Miami New Times

    A young waiter clad in a light-blue long-sleeve shirt and a fitted apron heads toward a table where a couple was recently seated. He presents the middle-aged man in a blue tie and young lady with perfectly trimmed brown hair with two small plates of bite-size, glistening golden-brown wheat rolls.


  5. Casa Tua Cucina at Saks Fifth Avenue Offers a Choice of Italian FareRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Miami New Times

    Casa Tua Cucina , which opened quietly inside Saks at Brickell City Centre, offers an array of choices for hungry shoppers wanting Italian-style sustenance. Restaurateur Miky Grendene, founder of the long-standing Casa Tua in Miami Beach, envisioned an open-kitchen-style market in 2011 but waited to start the project until he found the perfect location with the right partners, he says.


  6. Two Men Finally Arrested for Stealing 17th-Century Pirate Gold from Key WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Miami New Times

    Mel Fisher is the closest thing Florida has to Indiana Jones. Recently retired Floridians adopt the state's Jimmy Buffett-inspired, faux-pirate persona after spending 30 years selling renters insurance in Denver, but Fisher was the real deal.


  7. Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Spanglish Pop Up, Key West by Nikki Beach, and Palace BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2017 | Miami New Times

    Spanglish Cocktail Bar Pops Up at The Broken Shaker . Spanglish, a Central American craft cocktail bar listed on World's Best Bars, has crossed the Caribbean and made its way to Miami.


  8. Key West by Nikki Beach Brings Conch Republic Spirit to South BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | Miami New Times

    Jack Penrod, who founded the international hospitality chain with locations in France, Spain, Morocco, and Turkey, is behind the concept, which debuted at Nikki Beach Dubai early this year. Situated on the ground floor of the luxury beach club, which is located in Miami Beach's South of Fifth neighborhood, Key West has the vibe of a rustic seaside bar, with whitewashed walls, beach furniture, and blue and white accents.


  9. Trump Denies Endangered Status to Florida Lizard Threatened by Sea-Level RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Miami New Times

    Like the majority of the Sunshine State's coastal residents, the Florida Keys mole skink has spent the past few decades fighting for its life against rapidly rising seas. Now the brown and pink lizard has a new foe: the Trump administration.


  10. Equality Florida's HIV Advocacy Project Fights a Persistent Social StigmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | Miami New Times

    When Mark Ebenhoch first found out the news in 1996, it came with a strange relief - there would no longer be long waits, fearing whether he had contracted HIV. Nevertheless, the stigma of being "poz" led the 35-year-old former Marine to contemplate suicide.


  11. Artist Justin Wood Reminds the World That the Florida Keys Are Still SufferingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2017 | Miami New Times

    Hurricanes bring wind, rain, and a massive cavalry of windblown reporters and meteorologists who park themselves in front of cameras. But hurricanes move through and then move away and generally take the media attention with them.


  12. Thomas Coates: Father of Band Music in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2017 | Miami New Times

    In February 1862, the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry disembarked at Key West, Florida. Included in the regiment was a fine brass band, led by Thomas Coates.


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