Ancient CHamorus marked time based on the cycles of the moon and the seasons of their islands. Mindful of this tradition, author Dolores Barcinas Santos captured the seasons of her family in Guam’s village of Malesso’ with her new book, “13 Months in Malesso’.”
First of all, I'd like to say thank you very much for the Fourth of July fireworks. It really means alot to me, because I know that it was very expensive, and I thank you again for doing this much for us.
Pacific Historic Parks, along with partners War in the Pacific National Historical Park, the Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum & CHamoru Educational Facility (Guam Museum), and the Department of CHamoru Affairs, are proud to present Day at the Museum: Preservation in Action.
Here are some specifics about the Department of Defense Education Activity's plan to tweak staffing standards, consolidate classes with low attendance and shed more than 300 “excess” positions. The move was intended to free up funds for school needs such as infrastructure from a budget top-heavy with payroll expenses. The cuts will take...
Ice cream is the classic dessert people have loved since they were kids. Although delicious, ice cream does have a bad rep for being unhealthy. What if you could make an all-natural, healthy version of your most desired treat? Well, you’re in luck thanks to banana ice cream!
Chewy, round little tapioca balls resting at the bottom of the drink also known as sago or boba in Asian countries, are what we know better as black pearls, and are all the rage as one of today’s fads in food. “They’re like a snack and a drink all in one,” explains one bubbly tea fanatic.
Pan tosta is the local version of biscotti. Customers purchase these toasty treats to dip into their morning coffee and they are a popular item to send off in care packages to loved ones abroad who are missing a tasty favorite of Guam.