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Child laughing as he sees the cartoon character Olaf
Thank you Jean P. Haydon Museum management and staff for bringing these characters to life this year. This little bundle of joy got so excited seeing Olaf outside of the TV screen, that he started smiling and dancing.  [photo:THA]
Christmas lights and decorations at Fagatogo Pavillion
The Fagatogo Pavilion is looking festive after being decorated by Pentagon Samoa and its family of companies this holiday season. The pavilion is where the 42nd Arts Council Annual Holiday Music Festival is happening, which started last night, and will continue until tomorrow night. More photos in...
Christmas decorations in Fagatogo
O se vaega o nisi o teuteuga o le Kerisimasi i luma o le fale mataaga i Fagatogo. The governor has stressed to all ASG departments and agencies - including semi autonomous agencies - that their worksites be decorated for Christmas.  [ata: FS]
Pago Pago International Airport’s Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighters (ARFF) crew at Utulei Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Pago Pago International Airport’s Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighters (ARFF) crew at Utulei Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019. The crew is currently being trained in water search and rescue techniques and yesterday was the last day of training, which included rescuing people from a vessel. The training...
The Uelese siblings in front of a Merry Christmas display in Aoloau
The Uelese siblings posing for a photo during their visit to the beautiful Christmas spectacle at Aoloau village which - this year - includes trees and decorations sponsored by local companies. Take time to enjoy the joy of the season. [photo: courtesy]
Police standing by the front door as movie goers file out of the Theatre
Movie goers enjoying Jumanji this Sunday afternoon at the Theaters had their movie disrupted halfway in when the police showed up and closed it down. The confusion continues as the Island still tries to understand what is considered a “mass gathering”. Re-admission tickets were issued by the...
American Samoa Sailing Association’s Santa Claus at the Christmas display on Aoloau mountain
The American Samoa Sailing Association’s Santa Claus sailing up Aoloau mountain was one of the best displays this year during Aoloau and Aasu’s Christmas line-up that is proudly sponsored by various companies and businesses around the territory – All in the effort of bringing the spirit of...
Evelyn Lili’o Satele (left) helps escort an elderly member of the community
Territorial Administration on Aging (TAOA) director Evelyn Lili’o Satele (left) helps escort an elderly member of the community before the start of the annual Senior Citizen Christmas Program, hosted by the governor last week Thursday at the Pago Pago Youth Center.  [photo: Governor’s Office]
Tiara Drabble receiving gifts from Cost-U-Less
Tiara Drabble (left) receives two gifts from a Cost-U-Less employee for the Le Taupou Manaia Dance Academy “Toys & Joy Drive for Samoa” on Wednesday. Cost-U-Less is one of the drop off locations for the drive to help bring holiday joy to children and those affected by measles in Samoa.  [photo...
 row, l-r: Joyce Purcell, Dr. Mary Lauagaia M. Taufete'e, Matina Purcell. Back row, l-r: Andi Mathis (National Endowment for the Arts), Pam Breaux (National Assembly of State Arts Agencies), Michael Orlove (National Endowment for the Arts).
Washington, D.C. — You may already know that the National Endowment for the Arts supports the 50 state arts agencies, but did you know the agency also supports the work of the arts agencies in U.S. jurisdictions, such as Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico, but also the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and...