Life and times of Key Biscayne florida

On The Island

Nightly toll plaza closures resume ISLAND NEWS

Bike accident brings safety concerns back to forefront

The pictures are all-too familiar and all-too disturbing: a fit man in a green-and-white cycling jersey lies on the unforgiving pavement of the Rickenbacker Causeway, [...]

Sony Open: know the basics to make the next two weeks as stress-free as possible Island News

GM: Sale of Miami Seaquarium won’t impact KB traffic

Miami Seaquarium is likely to get some new attractions and exhibits thanks to its acquisition by national giant Palace Entertainment, but officials do not foresee anything that will impact traffic flow on the Rickenbacker Causeway.[...]

sucker-punch-cast Island News

Unexpected events made this year’s Sony more trying than usual

The outcome on the courts at this year’s Sony Open may not have been a huge surprise – women’s No. 1 Serena Williams and men’s No. 2 Novak Djokovic both prevailed – but out on the roadways, it was the year of the unexpected.[...]

Seaquarium Splashtacular Summer includes “Thrills and Chills On The Key

Azul Wasi orphanage in Peru will benefit from April 12 fundraiser

The third annual fundraiser for the children of the Azul Wasi orphanage in Cusco, Peru, will be 8 at p.m. Saturday, April 12, at The Lighthouse Cafe. [...]

At Act4Me golf tournament, a grateful mom will be on course Sports and Outdoors

Adios to another Sony

With one last amazing rally ending in a gingerly placed dink shot by Novak Djokovic, just over the net, the Sony Opencame to an end, putting a sporting period on yet another Key Biscayne tennis spectacular and it was my pleasure to cover it for you.[...]


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