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The Truth about Sea Grape Trees

The Truth about Sea Grape Trees

Unlike the coconut tree, sea grape trees are native to the Caribbean. The visual delights are extremely hardy, wind resistant and tolerant of salt water and salt air.

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Bud Light is the Winning Brew During NFL Games at Root 42

Bud Light is the Winning Brew During NFL Games at Root 42

At Root 42 Bar and Grill, Bud Light fans are all about winning. Order a Bud Light during any NFL game, “root” for your favorite team, and you get a chance to “scratch and win.” You could rack up great prizes including a free beer, bar towel, T-shirt or other fun...

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What’s in an Island Name?

What’s in an Island Name?

Charlotte Amalie (pronounced Amalia: ah-MAH-lee-ah)  Located on the island of St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie (ah-MAH-lee-ah) is capital and largest city in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Originally known as “Taphus” meaning "beer hall,” in 1691 the harbor town was given...

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Flamboyant Trees Inspire Tropical Art, Music, and Song

Flamboyant Trees Inspire Tropical Art, Music, and Song

The exquisitely beautiful flamboyant tree — celebrated for its vibrant orange-red summertime blossoms — is known by many names including Royal Poinciana, Delonix Regia, and “flame tree.” Although native to Madagascar, the tree thrives on tropical islands — even during...

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Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

In harmony with ongoing eco-friendly efforts, Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas recently commissioned “Don’t Litter” signs — made of recycled wood — to place throughout the property. The colorful reminders were created by local artist Allison Carey and...

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