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About Katherine Lewin

Peruvian chef making food into art at Llama Restaurant

Peruvian chef making food into art at Llama Restaurant

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Marcel Vizcarra slowly carves through a piece of thick white fish. Cutting it into slices, he places them carefully on the rim of a large white bowl. Then he ...

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Kombucha company takes fresh to a new level

Kombucha company takes fresh to a new level

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu ...

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Flooding leaves refugee family with moldy apartment

Flooding leaves refugee family with moldy apartment

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Olomwene Emedi turns the key in the door to his apartment. He doesn’t know what he will find inside, but he figures it will be wet. It's slightly less than 48 ...

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Photo story: Finding home from Myanmar

Photo story: Finding home from Myanmar

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu My work with refugees mostly involves trying to explain to people who don't know me and don't speak my language that I am not there to get them into trouble. ...

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Artist Profile: Kiara Sanchez

Artist Profile: Kiara Sanchez

By Katherine Lewin and Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler alumna Kiara Sanchez talks about her creative process, why she chose Flagler College and how one simple doodle raised thousands of do ...

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Humans of St. Augustine At Work: Kombucha Edition

Humans of St. Augustine At Work: Kombucha Edition

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kombucha is typically most well-known for its powerful probiotic properties that help to balance the bacteria in your stomach and strengthen digestion. Follow ...

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St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Less than a year after Hurricane Matthew rocked the oldest city, Hurricane Irma hit Northeast Florida with 80 mph winds and 5-foot storm surges. A day after t ...

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Cuban refugees react to the end of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy

Cuban refugees react to the end of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Two years ago, Jose boarded a plane departing from Havana, Cuba. To the Cuban government, Jose was simply going on vacation to Ecuador. But for Jose, the plan ...

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