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The Nickola family examining a tide pool (Photo by Kat Nickola)

Roar!! Walking in the footsteps of dinosaurs

Editor's Note: Let's go back in time with Kat Nickola. Looks like she found another adventure, so hang on and enjoy!

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Park highlights history for Chamorro Month

Join park rangers in March for a variety of interpretive programs. Park rangers will lead special guided tours of park sites and share personal...

Guam gears up for 1st international marathon

The Guam Visitors Bureau along with the Pacific Islands Club and United Airlines will host the inaugural Guam International Marathon (with half-...

“Serving in the Military: 1901-1945,” a temporary exhibit at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, covers the establishment of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps of World War I and World War II. Photo by Rudi Williams

Memorial sheds light on female military service history

WASHINGTON – Stories about women who masqueraded as men on the battlefield, survived prisoner of war camps, died in combat and other pieces of...

Stomp with us to Pagat Loop. Photo by Dave Lotz

Boonie Stomps Guam: Feb. 23 & March 2

Every Saturday, Guam Boonie Stompers offers public hikes to a variety of destinations such as beaches, snorkeling sites, waterfalls, mountains,...

Photos by Shawn Johnnides

MY PARADISE: Hanging out in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is maybe the perfect destination for a long weekend getaway from Tokyo.  The flight is only a few hours long and Hong Kong’s sub-...

An iconic sunset in Bali. Photos by Shawn Johnnides

MY PARADISE: Basking in Bali's brilliance

Bali is easily one of the best places that I’ve experienced while living and traveling in the Pacific. The thing that impressed me the most was...

OUR PARADISE: The Porter Clan goes to Palau

Editor’s Note: This travel story, along with 11 others from readers like you in U.S. military communities throughout the Pacific, will appear...

 Master Suruhana Josefa Cruz Certeza prepares an herbal remedy at her home in Piti Feb. 4. U.S. Navy photo by Shaina Marie Santos

Master Suruhana passes on dying art

At the age of 97, Master Suruhana (soo-roo-haw-NAH) Josefa Cruz Certeza is quite the living legend on Guam; she is one of the few remaining...

Photos by Kat Nickola

The lure of Tibet

Editor's Note: Once again Kat Nickola takes us on a trip, this time to Tibet. Sounds like she and her family had an experience of a lifetime, so...

Hot pepper fest to spice up Tinian island Feb. 16-17

Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands – The 9th Tinian Hot Pepper Festival on Feb. 16-17, 2013, is heating up with the addition of ferry service, a...

Historical park explores past adventures, more

War in the Pacific National Historical Park offers interesting array of interpretive programs throughout the year. Park rangers lead special...

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