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Gabriel Sanchez

Gabriel Sanchez
Gabriel Sanchez is a Marathon native, Navy veteran, and struggling musician. He’s living proof that great things … are short and have good hair (including facial). Sixty percent of the time, he makes 90 percent of the deadlines.
Founder's Park

Good Neighbor Karma

Residents of Tavernier and Key Largo may soon be able to use Islamorada’s Founders Park for free. During the Jan. 18 Village Council meeting, councilman...
Billy Strings

Bluegrass star to headline Islamorada concert

Baygrass Bluegrass Festival’s most anticipated musical act, Billy Strings, is set to rock the main stage at Founders Park on Sunday, Jan. 14. After...
Fishing in the Keys

Pro Tips: Seminars improve fishing odds

This year’s Island Boat Show features fishing seminars from four of the Keys’ best Captains, who will be revealing the tricks and techniques pros...
Coming up in the Upper Keys

Coming up in Upper Keys

A Night in Old Havana The Key Largo Chamber of Commerce’s Chairman’s Gala, on Saturday, Jan. 13, is open to the public. The theme of the...
The Warrior

Blood, Sweat and Prayers

Wilfredo “The Warrior” Gonzalez (1-0-0) first found interest in martial arts when he incorporated boxing into his workouts. His curiosity in the sport flourished...
Irma Brew at Florida Keys Brewing Co.

Brewer creates beer from Irma rainwater, fallen fruits

Neighbors must have thought Florida Keys Brewing Co.’s Brad Mullis was a little off when – in the middle of Hurricane Irma– ­ he...
Florida Keys Coffee

A Sip of Sublime

Bobby Wallace considered himself somewhat a coffee buff because of his daily routine of grinding and brewing. Then he got into the business of...
Gordon Ramsay with lionfish

The Summer of Gordon

Islamorada Dive Center Owner Eric Billips has become one of the de facto experts in the nation when it comes to the eradication of...
Illustrated family

Illustrated family

Key Largo resident Robert Greene got his first tattoo in July 2013. The red, white and blue symbol originated from a Japanese anime called...
Guides trust foundation

Guides get much needed financial help

The Guides Trust Foundation was presented with a check for $50,000 at the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust International Science Symposium Awards Banquet on Nov....