Life and times of Key Biscayne florida

On The Island

Car hits school bus ISLAND NEWS

Beach Park storage: residents cry foul

Residents are upset that the Key Biscayne Beach Park has been “cut in half” to store heavy equipment,...

Council sticking to its guns on golf cart parking Island News

MAST construction will cause delays during drop-off hours

Key Biscayne’s Police Chief is warning residents to expect significant traffic tie-ups on the Rickenbacker Causeway and Crandon Boulevard next [...]

 Three firefighters end careers; mixed emotions about leaving department ISLAND NEWS

New firefighter honored as top recruit in his fire academy class

The City of Miami Fire Academy is as notorious for its success at turning out well-trained new firefighters as it is for its grueling program. Key Biscayne Fire-Rescue has[...]

Key’s Fredy Padovan honored by Catholic education group ISLAND NEWS

Lilibet Warner: loving and elegant woman; inspiration to all

Lilibet Warner, a loving and elegant woman, died peacefully and gracefully, surrounded by her family early Saturday morning, August 2 at the age of 76.[...]

Seaquarium offering “white hot” deals on admission through June On The Key

Pat Stroud: she brought contagious laughter, life to the party

Pat Stroud, 74, passed away August 10 in Miami with her daughter Laura Camacho beside her. [...]


Alfa ROmero in America gain

Alfa Romeos to be sold in U.S. again by year's end

In a seeming turnaround from comments he made just earlier this week, Fiat/Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne revealed that the Alfa Romeo brand will finally make its long-anticipated return to the U.S. by year-end, launching with the new 4C sports car.
by Paul A. Eisenstein


Tailored shorts for spring: highlighting the sophisticated edge.

In spring 2013 tailored shorts aren't necessarily defined as the kind you wear as part of a business suit. They're flirtatious, luxurious, and inclined to present themselves in a range of fabrics from silk to mesh to leather. ...

Costa Med Restaurant1


Ceviche is king” at this “quiet” Pan-Latin respite from the “craziness of SoBe”, offering a culinary “trip from Mexico to Argentina” courtesy of chef Douglas Rodriguez; set in the boutique Sanctuary Hotel well “off the main drag”, it has a “trendy” yet “comfortable” vibe, a...


Scotland - The Magic Pool

3000 castles
magnificent mountains and ancient volcanoes.

The largest wilderness area in Europe.
The best cultural festival of the arts in its capital city Edinburgh.

Skiing- golf -horse riding -sailing -whale-watching -snowboarding.

and this is just a start!

It has also been
inhabited for 6,000 years..at least!
the inspiration for writers and poets..
such as Robert Louis Stevenson, who wrote "Treasure Island"
J.M. Barrie who created "Peter Pan" and many others