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Biz Beat: Unique Island Patterns lives up to its name

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Fashionistas who want to stand out and be stylish now have a local place to shop, thanks to Unique Island Patterns which opened its doors for business last month and offers a selection of elei fabric, gift items, aloha shirts, and puletasi ensembles that fit any budget.
 
The store is located on the far west corner of the Nuuuli Shopping Center, the former home of Good Food Bakery, next to Tip Top Shop.
 



Biz Beat: Steven and Sons re-opens today

Continues to contribute to our island’s economy and community
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After nearly five months of waiting, local fans of Steven and Sons in Tafuna are ecstatic that the store will be re-opening for business today, beginning at 4 a.m.
 
Business owners Steven and Faafetai Shalhout were busy yesterday, putting on the final touches as they prepared for today’s big event.
 



Biz Beat: Nuuuli Shopping Center gets new lease on life

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The Nuuuli Shopping Center, which went unoccupied for years as major renovation work was carried out, is now home to several businesses, including Tip Top which offers items that cater to the high end shoppers.
 



2015 Polynesian Football Hall of Fame celebration at the Sheraton Waikiki



Aggie Grey’s Resort reopens with Starwood’s Sheraton brand

photos: Samoa News


Funeral Service, Afimutasi Gustav Hannemann, Jan. 17, 2015

photto: Catalina Markowitz & Tafaoga Markowitz


Meet the Men's OFC U-17 Teams in American Samoa

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RIDING THE FERRY FROM MULIFANUA, UPOLU TO SALELOLOGA WHARF, SAVAI’I

Gus Hannemann and I spoke frequently about the needs and opportunities for Manua people. My last visit with Gus was at a Christmas Party two weeks ago... and again he shared his perspective of Governor Moliga's passion to help them in their unique economic and geographic remoteness.
 



The World Welcomes 2015

all photos: Associated Press


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