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  • AP Photos: Latam Catholics pay tribute to Christ
    U.S. allies have wondered whether they’re vulnerable, while NATO plans to increase its presence in the Baltics. Residents of Antigua, Guatemala turned their town into a biblical Jerusalem complete with Roman soldiers on horseback and trumpets marking the ...

  • Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta - 27th edition underway
    There were hundreds of smiling faces in Falmouth Harbour this morning. The 27th Edition of the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta kicked off in glorious Caribbean weather, 20 knots of warm Trades' and two metre seas provided exciting conditions for the wondrous ...

  • Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta - An amazing fleet of traditional yachts
    Antigua’s Falmouth Harbour has taken on the charm of days gone by, the 27th Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by Panerai, has brought together an extra-ordinary fleet of traditional yachts from all over the world, the beautiful natural harbour is ...

  • Antigua Returns to Alma Mater, Offers Santos
    Orlando Antigua is hoping to bump up the University of South Florida's men program to the national level and it starts with recruiting. On Wednesday, the 41-year-old Antigua looked no further than his alma mater and offered power forward, Luis Santos.

  • Old and New Are Entwined in Antigua by Bill Vanderford www.georgiafishing.com
    Few sights are more inspiring than approaching any of the Caribbean islands from the air, but Antigua may be one of the most breathtaking! The marked contrasts of greenery in the higher hills, falls sharply from towering cliffs into the deep blue of the sea.

  • A History of Antigua, Through the Lens
    A new exhibit takes a look at the history of Antigua through a group of photographs. The project, which is the brainchild of photographer Timothy Payne, is a partnership between Antigua’s Ministry of Telecommunications, Science and Technology and the ...

  • First World Looks to Antigua for Health
    When it comes to health, the first world is often the leaders. Not only do they research all the diseases, but they have the money to take care of the outbreaks and illnesses when people have them. The United States of America and many of the European ...

  • Antigua hires 3 staffers, including brother
    As expected, new USF coach Orlando Antigua has filled two of his staff openings, hiring younger brother Oliver and 17-year NBA veteran Rod Strickland as assistants. The hirings were formally announced by the school Monday evening. Jerry McCullough, a New ...

  • Orlando Antigua adds Rod Strickland, brother Oliver Antigua, to staff at South Florida
    New South Florida men’s basketball head coach Orlando Antigua began adding pieces to his coaching staff on Monday as the former Kentucky assistant brought some familiar faces on board with him to the American Athletic Conference program. Joining Antigua ...