Indian automaker Tata, who also rescued Land Rover from Ford, is re-establishing Jaguar (correctly pronounced “jag-u-are”) as a fine, fast, fun car. A wonderful example is the F-Type, the spiritual descendant of the iconic E-Type. As was the case with the “E,” coupe and convertible F-Types are offered, with three engine options — a turbocharged 296-hp 4-cylinder; a supercharged 340-hp V6; or a 380-hp supercharged V6 — to choose from. Sadly, manual transmissions are no longer available, resulting in shrieks of joy from Gen Z valets who lack the hand-foot coordination required to properly operate a stick shift vehicle. While the F-Type does not have the miles-long hood of the E-Type, it is nonetheless a very attractive piece of work. Rear-wheel drive allows you to fling the F-Type into corners with the windows down to rejoice in the glorious exhaust that conjures up visions of a WW2 Spitfire fighter plane as the kiddies bounce to and fro in the tiny rear seat. The Jag F-Type is fun reborn; JaguarUSA.com.
During the height of stay-at-home orders, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Key Biscayne families during quarantine in front of their homes. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
The shopping mecca that is Brickell City Centre is just a short hop off Key Biscayne, offering a wide variety of amazing stores and experiences that cater to women of all tastes, styles and walks of life. Meet a few Key Biscayne women who define what it means to be fashionable on the island.”