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‘Parents Night Out’ gives moms, dads a very much needed break

The combined stresses of balancing jobs and household responsibilities often leave parents with no chance to relax, and Marine Corps Community Services has created a program to counter the symptoms. Parents Night Out is a new program debuting Saturday, a chance for relief for parents craving some adult-oriented fun without the worry of child care.   Read More!

USO honors supporters at Sponsor Appreciation Party

More than 40,000 servicemen and women are able to use the United Services Organization facilities on Okinawa, and USO leaders have taken time to recognize the organizations that make it possible. The USO Sponsor Appreciation Party was organized by USO Okinawa director Jarrett Ota, who wanted to let sponsors know how much their efforts supporting service personnel was appreciated.   Read More!


Japan Update Weekly Winners - 2008/02/28

Ruffins Vega from Chesapeake, Virginia, is the winner of a dinner ticket to restaurant Yakiniku Kinjo. He has his family have lived on Okinawa five months, and says that everyone is enjoying their stay here.   Read More!

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Mike's Tex-Mex zeroes in on first anniversary celebration

Since opening nearly a year ago, Mike’s Tex-Mex Restaurant has built a band of loyal followers at the Chatan Branch, and plans to give them something special at upcoming anniversary celebrations. Mike’s Chatan branch sits in the heart of Chatan, a jazzy area near Hamby Night Market, where the restaurant will offer a discount menu beginning in March.   Read More!


Dinosaur slide intrigues young visitors at Misato Park

Misato Park is big, offering a variety of sports fields for baseball, basketball and soccer, but also a super playground for youngsters. The dinosaur slide is popular with the younger set, as are the seesaws, while skate boarding areas are a plus for the older gang.   Read More!


Whales tours go on despite lockdown

Humpback whales are now migrating to Okinawan waters, an annual affair for the big, slow beasts, and opportunities are available to watch them play and frolic. The most popular places to view the whales is in the Kerama Islands, near Naha.   Read More!

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