Enjoy the Duval St action from above—in the luxury of 915’s balcony, Point 5, with the same wonderful food & wine the Restaurant is known for, plus late-night tunes

Monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery in Tibet visit the White Street Pier—and get some local flavor

at the Truman Waterfront Farmer’s Market (2-7pm) while you try to figure out how Lucy Hawk does her cut-paper artwork with only a scalpel

Although our September weather may be iffy at times, it guarantees you can always find an uncrowded beach— so take your pick (and cross your fingers)

Better than Sex Key west

Aqua Queen Inga does her strut—like Egyptian she is—and expects to see her share of dampened mummies as the train continues and waters rise higher…

Members of Sacred Space, interactive studios & gallery space (SacredSpaceKeyWest on Fb) represent nine local female artists you should be paying attention to

Anyone surprised that after the day’s rainfall(s), there might be a need to mix some navigation skills with the other rules of the road?

The multi-talented Patrick enjoys replenishing the more popular examples of his unique wire art—plus, he takes commissions, so make an investment!

You’ll have to take our word for it, but Kelley and Kelly of Pruett Dermatology are sporting big grins beneath those masks


Dog Tired Studio

Even masked up, Washed Ashore’s Beth can’t hide her massive grin—see for yourself at the weekly Truman Waterfront Market

A collection of  jellybean-colored vintage MG’s hold court in the Higgs Beach parking lot —but make it out before the tide comes in

Students from the May Sands Montessori Charter School get a lesson in aquaculture while taking the plunge at the MLK Community Center pool

Bright skies and calm seas bring out the weekend bathers at Higgs Beach—great for floating, but no diving, please!

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