Wynwood's, Zak the Baker, (Zak Stern) lights a stick of dried sage to add to his "Go Away Zika" Zika shrine outside of his popular Wynwood bakery Thursday morning. Stern is trying to make light of the Zika situation that has affected his walk-in store's daily business.
Wynwood's, Zak the Baker, (Zak Stern) lights a stick of dried sage to add to his "Go Away Zika" Zika shrine outside of his popular Wynwood bakery Thursday morning. Stern is trying to make light of the Zika situation that has affected his walk-in store's daily business. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Wynwood's, Zak the Baker, (Zak Stern) lights a stick of dried sage to add to his "Go Away Zika" Zika shrine outside of his popular Wynwood bakery Thursday morning. Stern is trying to make light of the Zika situation that has affected his walk-in store's daily business. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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