OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. (AP) — There’s probably no one in Ocean Springs who is more of a “people person” than Charlie Taylor.
Taylor and his wife, Ginny – Mrs. Ginny for the most part – have resided in their Lover’s Lane home since the mid-1980s. Over the years, particularly during his retirement years since the early 1990s, Taylor has become a a staple of local cafes and pubs, where he and some of his lifelong friends hold court each morning with coffee and afternoons with cocktails.
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