Islanders don’t let ‘lockdown’ contain their Halloween spirits
Whether it’s the candidates standing at the corner of Harbor and Crandon, a golf cart parade, or a booth at the farmers market street-corner, campaigning is a Key Biscayne island tradition.
That familiar first-day-of-school excitement was in the air this past Monday, October 5, as pre-kinder, kindergarten and first grade students reported for in-person classes at the Key Biscayne K-8 Center.
A Mailbox is a private box into which mail, and this election season, your mail-in ballots, are delivered.
The Coronavirus pandemic has steadily undermined many of the things we normally can count on in our lives. Health, business, education, even relationships… Now the virus has wiped out one of the island’s most joyous and longstanding Key Biscayne traditions: the July 4th Parade. For 2020 anyway.