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Amazing Instant Pot Key Lime Cheesecake

My friend Laura Finson made this delicious Key Lime Cheesecake. We can’t wait to share more Instant Pot desserts with you! The Instant Pot is the way to make moist yummy desserts. You must also give this Instant Pot Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bundt Cake recipe a try. You will at least want to check out the ...
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Fishing Line Disposal – More than just Monofilament

Fishing is a key component of the Florida lifestyle as well as the state’s economy. But fishing line and other fishing tackle frequently enter Florida’s aquatic systems as a result of incidental snags or improper fishing line disposal. When left in the aquatic environment, fishing line and tackle create potential ...
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Pritam Singh | Isla Bella Beach Resort | Knights Key

Pritam Singh will open Isla Bella Beach Resort on a 24-acre site on Knights Key that he acquired in 2015 for $24.5M Knights Key (Credit: STL News) Key West developer Pritam Singh will open a 199-key resort hotel in the mid-section of the Florida Keys in early 2019. Singh will ...
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Invasive Venomous Lionfish Killing Atlantic Reefs – Please Eat It

What do you do with an invasive fish, covered from head to fin with venomous spines as sharp as hypodermic needles; a fish that can’t be caught with a rod or in a trawling net as it multiplies rapidly, deep in our oceans, flummoxing fishermen and scientists alike? Lionfish. Note: ...
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StoneCrab Claws By The Pound

HOW MANY STONECRAB CLAWS IN A POUND? Medium Up to 3 ounces each 6 to 7 claws per pound Large 3 to 5 ounces each 4 to 5 claws per pound Jumbo 5 to 7 ounces each 2 to 3 claws per pound Colossal More than 7 ounces each About ...
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Key West guide: What to do when you go to the Lower Keys

11 places you should go on your next trip to Key West In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, artist Danny Acosta completes lettering the Southernmost Point in the Continental U.S.A. marker Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, in Key West, Fla. One of the most-photographed tourism icons in ...
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Florida Keys Wrecks and Reefs – Video

Emily Anderson Video taken at several Florida Keys wrecks and reefs from Key Largo to Key West! ...
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Hurricane Michael Could be Good News for Stonecrab Season

Stonecrabs like their water stirred. The Stonecrab season opens Monday. Prices aren't set yet, but experts expect $20 to $40 per pound, depending on claw size. Florida stone crabs just can’t catch a break. Last year, the season started strong but traps swiftly dried up, the season limping along with ...
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Welcome the Holiday Season at Lower Keys Island Art Festival

Santa might wear shorts in the subtropical Lower Florida Keys, and palm trees might outnumber Christmas trees, but holiday lovers can find plenty of seasonal spirit amid the area’s balmy breezes and warm temperatures. Visitors and Keys residents are invited to welcome the festive season and celebrate the creative arts at ...
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Scenic Key Largo Bridge Run Returns 11-10-18

Hundreds of foot racers are to experience the panorama above the Upper Keys and the eastern edges of the Florida Everglades in the annual First State Bank Key Largo Bridge Run set for Saturday, Nov. 10. Runners of all ages can enjoy the scenic race that for 2018 is to ...
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Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest 10-6-18 in Key Largo

Divers can compete to wow judges with jolly jack-o-lanterns during the lighthearted 2018 Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest scheduled Saturday, Oct. 6, in waters off Key Largo. Strapped with dive knives as tools and creative ideas in their heads, crafty carvers are to descend 30 feet beneath the surface in the ...
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FWC Approves Status Changes for Monroe County Osprey

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved Species Conservation Measures and Permitting Guidelines for eight of the more than 50 species, the only local is the Monroe County Osprey, in the agency’s Imperiled Species Management Plan. Based on thorough scientific review, FWC staff determined that the eastern chipmunk, ...
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FWC Takes Steps to Combat Invasive Species

Florida’s native fish and wildlife are facing a serious threat posed by a variety of invasive species found throughout the state. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is taking steps to combat the introduction and spread of these non-native animals. Today, the Commission voted to approve a reorganization ...
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FWC Approves Changes to Trap Fisheries Rules

At its September meeting near Tallahassee, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved several changes to recreational and commercial trap fisheries rules. These changes are part of a long-term project to evaluate and improve the management of Florida’s saltwater trap fisheries. Approved changes include: Creating mandatory, no-cost annual recreational blue ...
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Florida Keys Ocean Festival 12-1-18

Attendees at the eighth annual Florida Keys Ocean Festival can celebrate the island chain's vibrant marine environment outdoors in Islamorada with live music, artistry, kids' activities, educational exhibits and more. Presented by the Florida-based Mote Marine Laboratory, the family-friendly event is set for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at ...
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Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade

Dressed-up dogs, costumed cats, bright-plumed birds and other domestic pets and their people can unleash their“animal magnetism” before more than 2,000 spectators at the wacky Pet Masquerade, a highlight of Key West’s Oct. 19-28 Fantasy Fest. Scheduled Wednesday, Oct. 24, the family-friendly costume competition is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. at ...
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What Are Coral Reefs?

Table coral (Acropora cytherea) is common throughout the tropical Pacific, but in Hawaii its distribution is limited to French Frigate Shoals and neighboring atolls northwest of the main islands. Credit: Greg McFall/NOAA Coral reefs are large underwater structures composed of the skeletons of colonial marine invertebrates called coral. The coral ...
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Cook Like A Key West Local Free Cooking Classes – Key West Pink Shrimp

We're excited to announce our new "Cook Like a Local" series, where Key West chefs will teach our community about preparing local food like Key West Pink Shrimp. Join us at the SOS Callahan Community kitchen for our very first free demonstration cooking class. Learn how to prepare Key West Pinks with ...
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David Wolkowsky – Florida Keys Icon – Dies At 99

David Wolkowsky in Key West in 2012. He died Sunday evening, at the age of 99. MIAMI HERALD In the early 1960s David Wolkowsky saw rundown old buildings in his hometown and envisioned a refuge and mecca for writers, artists and other visitors. That vision put Key West on the ...
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