Celebrity chef Lorena Garcia is gearing up to see if she can stand the heat on Thursday’s episode of NBC’s high-stakes cooking competition Food Fighters. Her rivals: miniature amateur cooks — aka kids.
In the short term, visitors worry that their credit cards won’t work or that they won’t have enough access to cash. They also fear for their safety. Long-term, the concerns are more serious. Will there even be an infrastructure to support tourists if the economy collapses?
Perhaps it’s a sign of maturity that, for a recent high school reunion, I worried not about the extent of my wrinkles or the number of pounds I may have added since the last event. No, nothing so banal. My concern revolved around one factor that would’ve never mattered forty years ago:
Sometimes the unlikeliest alliances are formed by happenstance. That’s what Aaron Huntsman and Christine Forster found out last week when Forster and her significant other, Virginia Edwards, went to the Aqua nightclub on Duval Street in Key West.