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Flirty Fitness: Myths and stereotypes around pole dancing

Travel
July 27, 2016
The first time I climbed a pole and hung upside down to attempt the “crucifix,” I was convinced that I would break my neck.
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Night & Day: When traveling to Japan, Tokyo and Okinawa provide two distinctly different settings

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July 27, 2016
Editor’s Note: For the purposes of this article, “Tokyo metro area” or “Tokyo” will be used to refer to both the Tokyo metropolitan area and the areas containing Yokota Air Base,...
(Clockwise) Red hand print in Ritidian cave, Ritidian Cliff, 3,000 year old fishing camp in Ritidian, Red hand print in Ritidian cave.

Hasso' + Remember: Ritidian

News
July 25, 2016
Recalling Guam's ancient Chamorro heritage
Photo by Aaron Miller

Tropical fruit world has old-time farm feel

Travel
July 22, 2016
Editor's note: Here's a special place on the island that many folks may not know about. So check it out! And, hey, if you know of other places that folks should know about, tell...

IN SOLEMN MEMORY OF WAR

Travel
July 22, 2016
Guam is home to more than a dozen World War II sites. Each offers a unique perspective on the war. Many are accessible only on foot via hiking trails, so make sure you are...
A young rider is guided along on horseback by one of the employees at Isla Horse Ranch in Tumon.

Home on the Tumon range

Travel
July 22, 2016
Have you ever wondered if you could ride a horse on this tropical island? If so, one place worth visiting is Isla Horse Ranch and Gardens in downtown Tumon across from Hotel Okura...