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11 family cruises that should be on your bucket list

11 family cruises that should be on your bucket list

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LSU’s basketball team headed to Jamaica

LSU's basketball team headed to Jamaica

(Photo: LSUSports.net) LSU Basketball will be among the eight-team field in the 2019 Jersey Mike’s Jamaica Classic, November 22 and 24 in Montego Bay. The hottest event in college basketball is entering its third year and will take place in one of the most iconic destinations in the Caribbean. With ...

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The only good ads are skywriting

The only good ads are skywriting

“I am the sky and here follows a brief history of my life,” the poet Anne Carson begins her “Lecture on the History of Skywriting,” originally recited in New York City in the spring of 2016. The lecture is beautiful. “People place gods in the high blue sky because looking ...

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British artist’s unique ‘tidal’ art gallery at Maldives resort is destroyed by police with pickaxes after it is deemed ‘offensive to Islam’

British artist's unique 'tidal' art gallery at Maldives resort is destroyed by police with pickaxes after it is deemed 'offensive to Islam'

Police armed with pickaxes and power tools have destroyed the world’s first tidal gallery at a holiday resort in the Maldives after it was deemed ‘offensive to Islam’. The gallery, at the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, which opened in July, featured semi-submerged exhibits that disappeared and reappeared as the ...

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JOALI

JOALI

The Maldives’ reputation as a luxury resort destination continues to strengthen with all eyes peeled on the newly opened Joali on the sugary white beaches of Muravandhoo island in the northern Raa Atoll.  Architect Cüneyt Bükülmez of Istanbul-based firm Atölye4n, has laid out the resort to include a show-stopping arrival ...

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The continuing sargassum challenge

The continuing sargassum challenge

It was not to be. A “Sargassum Summit” to develop a multinational response to the worsening problem of the sargassum seaweed washing up on some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, has had to be postponed. The conference in Cancun, which has been delayed for domestic political reasons, is ...

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