Judges were impressed by attorney Jon Auvil's cream-colored sweater on Saturday, and he won the prize for best like author and former Key West resident Ernest Hemingway.

In 1939, in the Sun Valley lodge in Idaho, Ernest Hemingway sat down at his typewriter and began composing what would become For Whom the Bell Tolls.

To quote Ken Burns, "Lucky for him he could write." Ernest Hemingway is the target of Ken Burn's latest documentary.

What's more, At Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, where Hemingway frequented during his decade-long stay in the 1930s

This kind of investigative reporting is essential to a functioning democracy because it reveals corruption and puts pressure on those in positions of authority to do better.

A feature of the Hemingway Days event in Key West, which concluded on Sunday, is the annual look-a-like contest.

Auvil, a resident of Dade City, Florida (northeast of Tampa): "Every man wants to write like Hemingway."

In 1981, we held the first annual Hemingway Look-Alike Contest. The coronavirus epidemic prevented it from happening in 2020.