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Senator Angel Leon Guerrero Santos Latte Memorial Park

Take a walk through Guam’s history in Hagatna

In Guam’s capital city of Hagåtña sightseers can take a memorable walk through Guam’s history.  The Heritage Walking Trail, developed by the...

Guam Villages That Are Named After Body Parts (And Why)

Did you know that several of Guam’s villages are named after body parts? This is directly related to one of Guam’s most enduring legends – the...
Pago Bay after 8 hours of rain on Jan. 3, 2009.  Photo courtesy of Micronesian Archaeological Research Services (MARS)

Get to know Guam: Pago

Located on the eastern coast of the island of Guam, Pago is one of the oldest villages that predate Spanish contact with the ancient Chamorros. ...

Fonte Dam

Get to know Guam: Agana Heights (Tutuhan)

Etitor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 22 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest...

Photos by Nano Betts

Tokyo’s hidden neighborhoods

I‘ve said it before – Tokyo is a city of thousand layers and there is a lot more to this sprawling metropolis than its biggest tourist...

HITA Talk at the Guam Museum Feb. 17

Please join us for the Guam Museum HITA Talk:
“The Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture: Looking Back and Moving Forward”
Saturday,...

U.S. Marines with Tango Battery, 5th Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment sleep on the ground aboard the USNS Guam, Jan. 31, 2018. The California- based battalion is forward deployed to Okinawa, Japan as part of the Unit Deployment Program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Damion Hatch Jr.)

The better way to travel

Traveling throughout the Marine Corps can be a hassle. You will be on a plane with little to no leg room or a giant truck packed like sardines,...

Hooking a big one off Guam!

Editor’s Note: Rafael Vargas is a kayak fisherman who enjoys maneuvering his 14-footer off the coast of Guam to reel in game fish. Here’s his...

A group examines an ancient latte stone. (Photo by Dominica Tolentino)

HASSO’ = REMEMBER

Editor’s note: Few know how special Guam is like the folks behind Guampedia.com. Their latest endeavor is “Hasso’: Chamorro Heritage Sites Project...

Chamorro dance brings Guam history, culture to life

Throughout the world, traditional dance brings communities together in a common purpose: to preserve and promote awareness of cultural heritage...

Hikes on Guam for all ages

Trekking off the beaten path is a great way to enjoy all the great landscapes and pristine beauty Guam has to offer. There are lots of hikes easy...

Photo provided by Dr. Judy Flores

Chamorro cave art on Guam provides window to the past

Dating as far back as the Upper Paleolithic (around 10,000 to 40,000 years ago), humans have been producing art that has both captivated and...

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