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Ted Danson and Alexandra Cousteau Headline Oceana’s SeaChange Summer Party

Supporters gathered in Laguna Beach last week to support Oceana, the world’s largest ocean conservation organization. Alexandra Cousteau and Ted Danson Ted Danson, Alexandra Cousteau, Sally Pressman, Austin Nichols, Jason and Ashley Wahler, Angela Kinsey, and Oscar Nunez were among those who attended the 12th annual SeaChange Summer Party. This …

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The Dominican Republic Is Implementing New Safety Measures to Rebuild Traveler Confidence

Every year, millions of Americans visit the Dominican Republic for a mental break in a place that hits so many of travel‘s sweet spots. There’s easy access (with direct flights from New York, Miami, Atlanta, and Charlotte), friendly locals, gorgeous white sand beaches, some of the best golfing in the …

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8AM UPDATE: Dorian Now A Cat 5 Batters Northwestern Bahamas, TS Warnings and Watches Here

Sunday will be the last day before squally weather arrives along the east coast, so preparations should be completed today.  At the very least, bring in all outdoor items so that they won’t become projectiles in high winds.  Stay off the roads when tropical storm force winds arrive, and plan …

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Help victims of Hurricane Dorian

Category 5 Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday and Monday, bringing catastrophic winds and life-threatening storm surge. Here are some of the groups and organizations in Florida and the U.S. gathering supplies to assist victims. WHERE TO DONATE: Charity Navigator compiled this list of reputable charities …

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Monday Briefing: Heat Index to 104, Victor Williams in Court, Grand Reserve Growth, Cancellations

Dorian memories: Christopher Lemke, a local resident, sent us several pictures during the Hurricane Dorian days, including this one of his wife Patricia Lemke, taken Sept. 3, as Dorian was lumbering in from the south. ( Chris Lemke for FlaglerLive) Weekend: Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 90s. Southeast winds …

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Tropical Storm Humberto forms near Bahamas – News

The official National Hurricane Center path has it heading toward Florida with the center of the storm staying off the coast. The hurricane center is watching two tropical waves trailing Humberto. PALM BEACH — A tropical storm is expected to slide offshore of Florida’s east coast this weekend with a …

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Rent Your Own Private Island in Belize

Your private island dreams can come true with the newest property off the coast of Belize. Kanu Island is only 15 minutes from the mainland and comes with all of the perks you can imagine with a private island– including a private chef, massage therapist, maid service, concierge, boat captain, …

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Royal Caribbean to Welcome First Quantum Ultra Class Ship to North America

WHY IT RATES: Cruisers can set sail in style with an unrivaled experience onboard the Odyssey of the Seas in November of 2020.—Jessica Zickefoose, TravelPulse Associate Editor Royal Caribbean International will dial up the adventure in South Florida in fall 2020 with the debut of the highly anticipated Odyssey of …

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Caribbean Hotels Unite For Online Travel Auction to Support Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian

MIAMI – From Aruba to Jamaica and The Bahamas to Bermuda, hotels and resorts have joined with the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) to launch an online auction to help support the long-term recovery of the northwestern islands of the Bahamas. Lovers of the Caribbean, as well as those who are looking …

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