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Category: Guam

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All the Guams, Vol. I

Over the years I’ve kept a running list of movies and television shows that have mentioned Guam. Here is a video compilation of that list.

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Target Ships to Guam

From Wall Street Journal: The Last Place on Earth Where Everyone Still Loves Kmart No doubt Kmart is big in Guam but to me the real news is this part: Target shipped to Mongolia...

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Cook Like a Chamorro: Tiao Kelaguen

I didn’t know tiao kelaguen was my favorite until Chef Ryan of Proa Restaurant let me try it. Here’s another Cook Like a Chamorro video I made for GVB. Btw, Chef Ryan owns the...

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The Woman Who Got Everything She Asked For

I met Ty Espinosa while visiting fruit stands in the south for a story. I ended up having a long, delightful conversation with her about her life and I left feeling lighter and more...

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The Executive Treatment

Have you ever thought about going to Manila for an executive checkup? Because I wrote this story about how easy and affordable it is to set one up. At St. Luke’s Medical Center Global...

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Dad! I’m in the NY Times!

I wrote a story for The New York Times. You can read it here. I also contributed to a separate story for The New York Times. You can read that story here. Unreal!

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Guam Flag Day

July 4th is Independence Day in the United States but did you know that July 4th is also a significant day in Guam history? It’s the anniversary of the day Guam got its own...

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The Chamorro Jawbreaker

Here’s a thing I wrote in 2015 for Island Time magazine about Tita’s Bakery and guguria: In 1965, Mariquita “Tita” Leon Guerrero was a young wife and mother who also worked as a cashier...

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How the Guam Westin Became the Guam Westin

The Westin Resort Guam celebrated its 20th Anniversary last month. I wrote some stuff for their PDN anniversary supplement but my favorite part – the story of how the Guam Westin became the Guam...

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Guam’s Greens and Fairways

With seven public golf courses across the island, one could say Guam is the golf capital of Micronesia. There’s a reason our tourists often arrive with their clubs in tow: Year-round summer weather means...