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Meet Olivia A. Cole, the Author Behind that Viral Hurricane Matthew Chowder Tweet

"South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder." If you were on social media during the lead-up to Hurricane Matthew, you probably read those words more than once. Accompanied by a photo of a grocery aisle bereft of anything but cans of Progresso's New...
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