Category: Local Color

Flagler Spotlight: Flagler Beach Gift Shop

Sometimes the fun part of cruising around Flagler Beach is discovering the treasure tucked away in the corner – Flagler Spotlight introduces Flagler Beach Gift Shop, located in the plaza at Finn’s Beachside Pub. It’s the bright green storefront behind…

Flagler Spotlight: Down to Earth Pottery

When a new business opens up in town something about it usually catches your eye…for me this time it was the pretty potted flowers welcoming you at the door. Down to Earth Pottery’s doors have been wide open since December…

Flagler Spotlight: Flagler Fine Art Festivals

Flagler Beach is celebrating our very best and most amazing artisans every third Sunday of the month, at Veterans Park in Flagler Beach.  The festival starts at 10:00am  and carries on through the day until 4:00 pm with entertainment and…

Flagler Spotlight: Sweet Pea…Vintage and Urban Findings

When your little town is only 6 miles wide it’s hard to not notice when there’s a new kid in town… I’m stoked to announce December Flagler Spotlight… Sweet Pea is owned by lovely women named Doreen who refers to herself…

Flagler Spotlight: Flagler Video

I am proud to announce the first Flagler Spotlight since the recent hostile takeover… Flagler Video  Flagler Video is about as iconic as the “Jiffy Cup” for us townies, but more than movies it has been a place that you…

Flagler Beach’s Local Color…Mark Woods…

There are many people who fit this category, but Mark a.k.a TikiTender is definitely at the top of the list. His ability to casually don a hula skirt and carry on conversation in legitimate pirate jargon are just a few…

Flagler Beach’s Local Color: Joseph Pozzuoli

 I renamed my section of Flagler’s Finest to Local Color because the people who live here make this place cool and Joseph is one of those folks. Joseph Pozzuoli is an architect and his stylish renderings reflect his personality. Leaving…

A tribute to one of Flagler’s Finest: Josh Crews

“My name is Josh Crews-do you know who I am?!” A man that exuded old style southern gentleman charm and hospitality, but suffered a tragic character flaw in his own novel of living life at the edge. Josh and I…

Flagler’s Finest: Hollie Mahoney

There is a reason for everything… the reason why I began this segment of writing called Flagler’s Finest is because of a particular person who represents the special-ness of Flagler Beach and it’s residents. If she lived in Hollywood, you’d…

Flagler’s Finest: Sean Moylan

          Sean Moylan was born in Boston but his family transitioned from a big city Irish community to sleepy Flagler Beach when he was only nine months old.  I have personally known Sean since I was ten and we share…