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Heat: James Johnson struggling this season

A key member of the Miami Heat, after receiving a relatively huge new contract, has been struggling this season. Here’s the South Florida Sun Sentinel reporting: Forward James Johnson continues to struggle. He was 1-for-5 in 27 minutes Wednesday. Johnson, who signed a four-year, $60 million contract, has been unable to come close to his production of [...]

Jack Charlton’s Personal Fly Reels Up for Sale

6 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

MidCurrent just got word that a set of very exclusive fly reels is for sale at The Angling Company in Key West, Florida. Jack Charlton began his career in precision aerospace machining in 1965 in the Los Angeles area and founded … more ?

These $2 Million Luxury Floating Homes are Hurricane-Resistant

The Americas and the Caribbean have been hit hard by hurricanes recently and because some of the worlds wealthiest choose to reside in places like Miami and the Florida Keys, architect Koen Olthuis and a housing startup called Arkup are designing luxury floating homes that can withstand Category 4 winds. Olthuis and Arkup call these luxury […]

Fiction: ‘Ferocity’ Brings Florida Noir to Southern Italy

In Nicola Lagioia’s thriller with social-novel ambitions, a beautiful dead woman is the key to an illicit underworld.

These $2 million floating homes will be able to withstand Category 4 hurricanes

South Florida — especially Miami and the Keys — was one of several regions that Hurricane Irma pummeled in early September. The Category 4 storm brought winds up to 70 mph, destroyed hundreds of houses, and knocked out power for 5.8Show More Summary

Blue Heaven Rooster Cemetery in Key West, Florida

Residents and visitors to Key West, Florida are likely familiar with the quirky Blue Heaven restaurant. And it’s frequented as much, if not more often, by the local feral chickens. What many are not aware of, however, is that the courtyard...Show More Summary

Order in disorder: A key feature of dendritic organization in the brain

(Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience) Fitzpatrick and colleagues find that synaptic inputs in the visual cortex are locally -- but not globally -- organized. This local functional synaptic clustering applies to a diverse set of inputs and appears to be a fundamental principle of dendritic organization. Show More Summary

2 Florida men sentenced for capturing endangered Key deer

Two Florida men have been sentenced by a federal judge after pleading guilty to violating the U.S. Endangered Species Act for tying up three tiny Key deer in the back … Click to Continue »

Louisiana, South Carolina now get hurricane tax relief

Hurricane Irma recovery work continues in Marathon Key, Florida, on Oct. 30 where storm debris is burned. Louisiana and South Carolina also were hit hard by this season's deadly hurricanes and some residents in those states are now getting tax relief, too. Show More Summary

Hurricanes, climate change on agenda of free, public conference at Cal State Fullerton

What can Spanish shipwrecks in the Caribbean and tree growth records from the Florida Keys reveal about hurricanes and climate change?

Tropical Storm Philippe to slam Cuba, Florida with heavy rainfall

Storm watches issued for areas in southeastern Florida and the upper Florida Keys, the U.S. National Hurricane Center says

New storm threatens Florida, East Coast

Storm watches issued for areas in southeastern Florida and the upper Florida Keys, the U.S. National Hurricane Center says

Artist Justin Wood Reminds the World That the Florida Keys Are Still Suffering

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. Inhabitants are left to clean up and rebuild in an echoing silence, grieving and...

Raw: Thousands dress up for 'Zombie Bike Ride' in Florida's Key West

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Thousands of "zombies" and their bikes hit the streets of Key West, Florida.        

Coral reefs in Florida Keys hit hard this hurricane season, but there are signs of recovery

Out on the water's surface, floating above the site of a coral nursery was the first sign of trouble: a tangled mass of line, buoys, lobster traps, and debris.  A coral restoration team from Florida's Mote Marine Laboratory...Show More Summary

Miami Brewers Collaborate on Beers to Help Hurricane Relief Efforts

Since Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Miami brewers have collaborated on several beers, with proceeds donated to relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the Florida Keys. MIA Beer Co. in Doral has teamed up with breweries from the Tampa regionShow More Summary

Update: How the Florida Keys Are Coming Back to Life

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage. But the main road through the islands is open — and many hotels, restaurants and festivals are back in business.

'Welcome to Key West' sign found 300 miles away a month after Hurricane Irma

last monthNews : The Cutline

Just about a month after Hurricane Irma blew through Florida, everyone will know Key West is "Paradise USA" once again. The iconic "Welcome to Key West" sign was found 300 miles away from its home on Thursday in Fort Meyers Beach, according...Show More Summary

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