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Charlotte Twine

Charlotte Twine
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Charlotte Twine fled her New York City corporate publishing life and happily moved to the Keys six years ago. She has written for Travel + Leisure, Allure, and Offshore magazines; Elle.com; and the Florida Keys Free Press. She loves her two elderly Pomeranians, writing stories that uplift and inspire, making children laugh, the color pink, tattoos, Johnny Cash, and her husband. Though not necessarily in that order.

Keys native’s favorite artwork on display at Ocean Sotheby’s gallery

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Last week, artist Taylor Hale showed a visitor around his solo exhibition at Ocean Sotheby’s in Islamorada. The space is white and light-filled, and...

QUARAN-TUNE: LOCAL SINGER SPENDS QUARANTINE CREATING ORIGINAL MUSIC

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Last Saturday at Baker’s Cay Resort in Key Largo, Adrienne Z sang and played her guitar in the corner of the outdoor deck of...

Tattoo artist reflects on 2020

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Editor’s note: A coronavirus pandemic that saw some of the first cases in the Keys in March changed life in ways no one could...

UPPER KEYS CAPTAIN REFLECTS ON THE 2020 YEAR

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Editor’s note: A coronavirus pandemic that saw some of the first cases in the Keys in March changed life in ways no one could...

FUN RIDE SUPPORTS TOYS FOR TOTS DRIVE

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Last Saturday morning, biker Bobby McDaniel was walking with a spring in his step. He was a participant in the 2020 poker run for...

Retired counselor looks back at 2020

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Editor’s note: A coronavirus pandemic that saw some of the first cases in the Keys in March changed life in ways no one could...

ISLAMORADA CHRISTMAS TREE GETS A LITTLE HELP FROM COMMUNITY

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On Nov. 27, Jessica Shepard and Tom “TJ” Paul Jr., along with their son, Bradley, finally reached Islamorada for their working vacation to run...

UPPER KEYS WOMAN TALKS PREGNANCY DURING COVID

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Describe the year 2020 in one word. Challenging. What was your worst moment of 2020? It was all so stressful to deliver during COVID. There’s...

Islamorada girl harvests honey for college fund, gets true buzz from...

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Last week, 11-year-old Sofia Figueredo stood at a table in her family’s kitchen, harvesting the honey from the beehives on their Islamorada property. Her...

ISLAMORADA FISHERMAN LOOKS BACK AT 2020

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Editor’s note: A coronavirus pandemic that saw some of the first cases in the Keys in March changed life in a way no one...