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Christmas Traditions in Belize

Belize is known for its multicultural demographic and its diversity really shines through during the Christmas time. The Christmas season in Belize is typically celebrated during the entire month of

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Your Relaxing Vacation Begins at Ethan’s Hideaway

Ethan’s Hideaway is a fully air conditioned, modern studio apartment comes fully furnished and offers all the comforts of home. The rental comes complete with a queen-sized bed, sitting area with

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Meaning of Thanksgiving

For many, the meaning of Thanksgiving usually includes feasting, four-day weekends, football games, floats, family reunions, or a forerunner to Christmas festivities. The “first Thanksgiving,” however, was neither a feast

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Belize International Film Festival: Making Local Film Central

Our journalist was invited to experience the excitement surrounding the emerging Central American film festival, with the beautiful country best known in film circles as the setting of The Mosquito Coast.

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FAA recognizes Belizean, Arthur John Hoy Jr.

Belize-based pilot sets positive example. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is recognizing Arthur John Hoy Jr with inclusion in the prestigious FAA Airmen Certification Database. The database, which appears on

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Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) Symptoms, Treatments And Prevention

“Pink eye” is a term that may sound scary, but this common eye problem typically is easily treated and, with a few simple precautions, can often be avoided. Anyone can

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Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition 2018 to be Shot on Location in Belize

Earlier this month, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue revealed the finalists of their open-casting model search: Allie Ayers, Olivia Jordan, Iyonna Fairbanks, Camille Kostek, Haley Kalil and Tabria Majors. More than

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Marijuana bill signed into law

The amendment to the misuse of drug bill was officially signed into law. The bill was introduced in parliament in August by the government of Belize and is to “decriminalize

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All Soul’s Day

CHRISTIANS are praying for departed loved ones to mark All Souls’ Day – a Catholic day to remember the dead – on November 2. The religious festival comes the day

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Remembering Hurricane Hattie – 56 Years Ago

Hurricane Hattie struck Belize on October 31, 1961, killing more than 400 people and leaving thousands homeless. Almost half of Belize City was demolished by the storm. The storm that would become Hattie

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