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Reimagining the Caribbean’s identity

The View from Europe David Jessop, Dominican Today senior Op-Ed contributor The Caribbean has the potential to do much more to develop its identity, spur growth, soft power and competitiveness, if its citizens reimagine the future of its countries and cities. This is in part the message contained in the …

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5 Countries with the Best Healthcare in the World

Healthcare is one of the most important factors potential expats consider before moving abroad and in the right places overseas it’s possible to access world-class care for a fraction of the cost back home. The five countries that take top places in our Annual Global Retirement Index offer retirees first-rate …

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Remembering the Dead: The Dia de los Muertos March from Fortuna to Eureka Highlights Mexican Culture and Remembers Deceased Loved Ones

Around 50 people gathered at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Fortuna at 5:30 a.m. to take part in the second annual Dia de los Muertos Procession. The members of the procession marched the 20 miles to Eureka today to commemorate immigrant relatives and those who have died in the …

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Euphonik clarifies why he does not agree to personal in-depth interviews

On Tuesday, 19 November 2019, producer and businessman, Euphonik, took to Twitter to clarify why he does not agree to doing in-depth interviews that touch on his personal life. A Twitter user posted a request for Euphonik to consider being a guest on the one of the popular local celebrity …

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‘I was not spending my life in a hospital bed’ – Inspiring around world travels of terminal cancer patient

He’s the terminal cancer patient who has travelled to some of the most beautiful sites in the world – to give his wife a life-time of memories. Former busker Pete Felton, 27, and his partner Hollie had big plans for their future together. But just a few weeks after they …

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Disney’s African Imports by Gregg Jacobs

This past fall, my family and I went on vacation (shockingly not a Disney one), spending over two weeks on safari in Africa. We went to Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda, and I say without exaggeration that it was a trip of a lifetime. The culture, the scenery, and most importantly, …

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The Terrible Cost of ‘Hipster’ Socialism

The Terrible Cost of ‘Hipster’ Socialism Will America‘s Ships Survive the Year of the Rat? Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Barnes Wants to ‘Stymie Capitalism’ “’Socialism as Popular as Capitalism Among Young Adults in U.S.’– Since 2010, young adults’ positive ratings of socialism have hovered near 50%, while the rate has been …

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Putting wildlife at top of agenda: Liz Bonnin talks ahead of Planet Earth II live show coming to Birmingham

The series was announced by the BBC in 2013 and focused on Islands, Mountains, Jungles, Desserts, Grasslands and Cities. More than 11 million people tuned in. Sir David Attenborough closed the series by saying: “Now, over half of us live in an urban environment. My home, too, is here, in …

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What should I expect on my first Royal Caribbean cruise?

You booked your first Royal Caribbean cruise and excited to get onboard and start your adventure, but you may be feeling a little apprehensive about what awaits you as well. It is natural to be curious what a cruise vacation is all about, so we have some important things to …

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All-Ages Aloha: Hawaii Travel Guide

You can’t beat Hawaii for family-friendly adventures, so seize the opportunity for quality time with the kids and get packing. Shutterstock   Want a spectacular winter getaway that has something for everyone? Look no further than Hawaii, where the abundance of activities for children (and their parents) ensures that everyone …

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