Hemingway Days to Honor Key West’s Literary Past and Present

Ernest Hemingway left Key West in late 1939 after nearly a decade of residence, but his literary legacy still enriches the subtropical island — as evidenced by the events for readers and writers during Hemingway Days 2015, scheduled Tuesday through Sunday, July 21-26. Key West’s two most famous writers are spotlighted during a special museum…

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Florida Keys Biodiversity

The Florida Keys may be best known for its aquatic biodiversity, but there is also a wide variety of land species that are quite fascinating.  The Key Deer, Burrowing Owl, Vaca Key Racoon, Stock Island Tree Snail, and numerous birds and insects are all specially suited to life in the Florida Keys. If you are interesting in…

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