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  1. CaffeinatedRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Santa Barbara Independent

    If you've ever wondered what goes into to your morning macchiato, Hanh Nguyen and Vishal Solanki's latest is a must-watch. The young documentarians casted their net wide for Caffeinated , interviewing shop owners, baristas, and coffee connoisseurs, as well as the farm owners and distributors who are helping to bring high quality, small-batch coffee to customers around the world.

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  2. Brasch WordsUNIVERSAL Neglect: a Failure to Protect Americans' Dental HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  3. Momentum10 Reasons Why Jim Douglas Must GoRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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  4. Wings hopes Bibles first step of ministryRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | The Advocate

    Photo by MARK H. HUNTER -- Wings of the Spirit mission group members load Gospels of John into their plane at the Baton Rouge Metro Airport. Board President Ryan Williams, left, hands booklets to pilot Gerald Huggins, center, and videographer Daniel Waghorne.

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  5. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  6. Travel fun in Bocas del Toro Panama and introducing Lon's Spot loungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Examiner.com

    You know when something keeps coming up you need to look into it? And in this case it's the archipelago Bocas del Toro in Panama which is a one hour flight from Panama City and a 90 minute flight from San Jose in Costa Rica. Bocas touts itself on being a lush tropical location with amazing vegetation, ancient customs, natural beauty, a great many ethnicity's living harmonious and an unbeatable Caribbean ocean perfect for diving, snorkeling and surfing.

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  7. New Year, New You: 6 Unusual Detox DestinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Switched

    Detox is quite the buzzword these days. Right as the clock strikes midnight on the new year, many a resounding promise to achieve better health crosses glittery, wine-stained lips.

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  8. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  9. Guest column: A richness of perspectiveRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Post Register

    As we embark on another new year, I hope to offer you an often-unwelcome character who tends to visit at this time of year: unsolicited advice. I'm urging you to allocate some time, effort and perhaps even money to discovering a new part of the world, a different culture, a foreign conviction or a unique tradition.

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  10. Trio of former Stanford athletes all set for 'Diamond Diplomacy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Three former Stanford student-athletes will travel to Central and South America as part of the "Diamond Diplomacy" program, the U.S. Department of State announced Monday. Jeremy Guthrie, Jed Lowrie and Jessica Mendoza are set to travel in the coming weeks.

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  11. On Native GroundTHE House of Cards Starts to WobbleRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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  12. U.S. Department of State and Major League Baseball Announce Baseball ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | State Department

    The U.S. Department of State and Major League Baseball are entering a new era of "diamond diplomacy" in the Western Hemisphere. In a renewed partnership with Major League Baseball, current professional baseball players will accompany Olympic softball stars to Colombia and Panama to serve as Sports Envoys .

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  13. Darleys Perez: Lightweight Division Wide Open Right NowRead the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | Boxing Scene

    Darleys Perez had no regrets following his June '13 narrow points loss to Yuriorkis Gamboa, which aired live on HBO. An unbeaten lightweight at the time, Perez offered a respectable account of himself, but fell prey to a couple of calls-a questionable knockdown in the opening round and then a no-call when Gamboa appeared to go down in round 11-to come up short in their interim title fight.

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  14. Quadriplegic veteran to receive stem cell treatmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | KSWO

    LAWTON, Okla._A stem cell surgery procedure, not yet approved by the FDA, could give a local paralyzed veteran the use of his arms again. Two years ago, retired Senior Airman Ted "TJ" Williams was left as a quadriplegic when his Humvee rolled over in a freak accident while on duty in Montana.

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  15. PriceSmart, Inc. Delivers Sales Gains With Rising CostsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | The Motley Fool

    The store base expanded year over year from 32 locations to 36, including three new clubs in Colombia, and one in Panama. Splitting expectations PriceSmart, the largest operator of Costco- style membership clubs in Central America, managed a slight beat on the top line, but came up short of analysts' earnings expectations.

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  16. John Eugene Sharp, 82, Of Bronxville, Former IBM InstructorRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | The Bronxville Daily Voice

    John Eugene Sharp of Bronxville passed away Monday, Jan. 5. He was the devoted husband of his loving wife, Joan. He was 82. The beloved son of the late Maria Guarnica Bennett, John was born in Colon, Panama.

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  17. Panama Relocation Tours Inc. Announces its Super Saver Tours in 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Release News

    Panama Relocation Tours, Inc., the company known for its Panama tours geared towards relocation planning, announces its available slots for the Jan. and Feb., 2015 tours. "When a door closes, another one opens", says Jackie Lange, owner and general manager of Panama Relocation Tours, Inc. Indeed, cancelled tours mean new slots available for the Panama Relocation Tours.

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  18. Panama Relocation Tours Offers Super Saver Six-Day ToursRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | LivePressWorld

    Panama Relocation Tours is a company dedicated to showing visitors the beauty and wonder the country offers those who are thinking of relocating. Panama is a beautiful country, and those thinking of moving there will find that touring can make all the difference in their relocation decision.

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  19. The Best Places To Retire Abroad In 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | Forbes.com

    Next Avenue is a website from PBS stations designed to inspire America's booming 50+ generation to live the most meaningful and vibrant life possible. Join us online to discover and share reliable information on issues that matter most as we age--health, finances, caregiving, work and leisure.

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  20. Observing a New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | Psychology Today

    If so, the popular press wants you to know that you are taking part in New Year's traditions that are bound to particular cultural or national groups. Tradition and culture: those are recognizably words from my discipline .

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