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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Guam Pride members held a wave event at the ITC intersection on Marine Corps Drive in Tamuning June 12, 2020.

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Friday, March 27, 2020

Since Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero ordered the shutdown of schools, non-essential government agencies, bars, restaurants, amusement and fitness facilities, Guam residents have sheltered in place, abiding by the governor's social distancing mandate.

And while stuck at home, r...

                                      Shoppers fill their carts with emergency supplies at Cost -U-Less in Tamuning. Photo by Emmanuel Munar III

(Updated: Matson says shipping oper...

Thursday, February 13, 2020

“There was a lot of hostility in our household when I was growing up,” local artist Jon S. said, sitting outside a café in Tumon, smoking as he recalled how addiction tore his family apart.

When thinking about surviving drug addiction, we look at individuals rising from...

Monday, December 30, 2019

 “Euw!” “Yuck!” These were my first reactions to kimchee. I had tried a tiny bit of it a long time ago and did not like it. Stayed away from the stuff.

And yet last month I ate at five Korean restaurants at the Harmon Industrial Park and had kimchee in four of them. I w...

Sunday, November 3, 2019

 “Everything I learned about food I learned from a woman. It started with my grandmother’s hands, which touched everything I ate as a child. They were frail, wrinkled and clenched with the muscle memory of a lifetime of cooking,” wrote Brooklyn-born Top Chef Edward Lee...

Friday, October 4, 2019

They are young, hot, hungry and driven. And they are rocking some of Guam’s busiest kitchens.

They are Marivic Sibal Capati, Dusit Thani pastry chef; Kinara Buekea, Hyatt sous chef and Joannyssa Rance, Eataliano demichef.   

Their  journeys vary but they have f...

Saturday, July 20, 2019

While Guam may definitely be unrecognizably different today, there is one thing Raymond Faulkner, of Scottsdale, AZ., believed may still be recognizable.

"The red beach!" said the purple heart and bronze star recipient, alluding to his landing site as a young marine man...

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

In front of the near-capacity crowd at the University of Guam’s Lecture Hall, three men sat on the panel, each representing a distinct generation that brought distinct experiences: one from the WWII era, another from the post-war period, and the third represents the pr...

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

FSM leaders on Guam steering Micronesian citizens out of the criminal court— and onto the basketball court

Two fights involving FSM citizens in separate locations in Dededo broke out and went viral on social media a few days after Typhoon Mangkhut. They were not the fi...

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