When you're reading, looking at a map or squinting toward the horizon, your eyes adjust themselves involuntarily and instantaneously, thanks to tiny muscles inside the crystalline lens that can bend it and change its shape.
With local nonprofits continuously in need of funding to run essential services the owners of Sentry Hospitality have stepped up once again to help with their iCare signature philanthropic program. Read more
This weekend we find ourselves in the jungles of central Guam, venturing deep into a valley sitting behind Nimitz Hill in Asan, en route to a century-old water dam built to provide a source of fresh water for the village of Hagåtña during the early American era of the island.
Hafa adai! This weekend’s hike leads us down 1,000 steps to reach Guam’s eastern coastline, which is dotted with several island hikes showcasing the surrounding Pacific Ocean. Another great family and beginner’s hike, this one is definitely for the inner explorer.
Traveling solo, surfing and getting lost in a mountain with no phone and wallet in Tokyo, where people don’t speak English, sounds dreadful. However, the terrifying story of Traveling Petite Girl does not stop there.
Disney updates the household favorite "The Lion King" with a live-action rendition. A roaring success, the 1994 classic cartoon film holds nostalgic value in the hearts of many who were young at that time.
In a competition that requires both beauty and brains, it can become easy to forget the main purpose of winning the coveted title — to serve as an inspiration for others. But that wasn’t the case for two local teens.
Local teen Troy J. Cruz crunched 2-1/2 years of school into four months. A former George Washington High School student, Cruz enrolled in Penn Foster High, an online school, on Jan. 28, 2019. He graduated as a senior on May 30, 2019.
Soldiers from the Guam Army National Guard 1st-294th Infantry Regiment, who are currently supporting the Multinational Force and Observers peacekeeping mission in the Sinai Peninsula, participated in the Northbatt 11K Run.
Editor's note: This is the continuation of Friday's story about Matao head coach Karl Dodd, who has changed the Guam Men's National Soccer Team's strategy, and recently led the team to a 5-0 victory over the Bhutan Thunder Dragons in the first round of the FIFA World Cup Qualifier.