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Master blacksmith passes on tradition

Teaching the New Generation: Master Blacksmith Francisco Lizama, forefront, and carver Greg Pangelinan welcome visitors into their workspace at...

Guam Live

Bamboo Bar
Feb. 3 to 9

Grab some drinks over music in the heart of Tumon. Nightly catch Jesse, Ruby and Bobby for...

Tradition Passed Down: Local carver Greg Pangelinan holds up one of his most prized sculptures – a replica of an early Chamorro home as described to him by his mother at his home in Mangilao Jan. 24. Pangelinan, a self-taught carver uses a number of natural artifacts to create works of art. U.S. Navy photo by Shaina Marie Santos/Released

Local carver inspired by nature, Chamorro history

When local carver Greg Pangelinan looks at giant clams, water buffalo bones or shells, he sees it for what it could be–a necklace, a scene from...

Baldyga Group welcomes tiger cub to SandCastle

TUMON - A white female tiger cub has purred her way to Tumon and eventually will become one of the featured stars in Guam’s largest dinner theater...

Check out the Feb. 10 Chamorro Lunar Calendar Festival

The moon has always held much significance for the Chamorro people who have inhabited Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands for approximately 4,...

Medieval martial arts

Martial arts are one way to work out, and Eastern traditions may be the most popular approach. But Western martial arts – with medieval long...

Marianas Common Moorhen: An endangered species on Guam

Preservation: A sign describing the Mariana Common Moorhen is posted at the Fena Reservoir in Santa Rita Aug. 13, 2012. The Mariana Common Moorhen...

Bangkok's streets bustle with traffic on shopping-intensive routes near Siam Square.

Immerse yourself in the non-stop energy of busy, bustling Bangkok

They looked like women.

They had slender arms and curvy waists. They wore enough eyeliner and foundation to keep local drug stores...

Photo by Dave Lotz

Boonie Stomps Guam: Feb. 2

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

Thunder Cove: Honoring the past, always prepared for the present, future

Within Diego Garcia’s 17 square miles of land surrounded by U.S. naval port facilities, a lagoon hosting 12 military sealift command prepositioned...

A woman sells spices and dried shrimp at a street market in central Hanoi.

Finding quiet in Vietnam

Stroll through Hanoi’s tourist-packed Old Quarter, and you can’t miss the nearly identical posters plastered in the windows of the countless...

Saipan’s coral beauty draws sailors

Saipan recently started seeing the return of some U.S. Navy ships for relaxation port stops. This was welcome news to island businesses. Due to...

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