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Rent Your Own Island in the Caribbean this Spring


Royal Island is a private island in the Bahamas that is perfect for an over-the-top luxury Spring break. With multigenerational and multi-family vacations on the rise, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime trip that offers the authentic experience of renting your own island in the Caribbean.

Royal Island is a completely private 430-acre estate surrounded by miles of untouched turquoise sea, 40 miles northeast of Nassau. Guests are treated to a custom-curated, exotic Bahamian experience designed by a personal staff that fulfills every request, from morning smoothies to boat and spear fishing adventures. With paddle boards, kayaks, and jet skis ready-to-go at any moment, it’s the more unique experiences—like a picnic on a remote sandbar, surrounded by miles of untouched sea ― that…

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New Caribbean Island Resort Properties from $84,900


  • A 15% Rental Income Guarantee
  • Priced from $84,900 (Beachfront Villas from $1.2M)
  • Financing of 30% down and 0% interest for 2 years
  • A turn-key resort property management program

The Blue Pearl Island Suites are available in Studio, 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom models. Located just off the beach, within an award winning island resort, these properties offer an unmatched experience in nature with an array of investment benefits.

“We are very excited to offer The Blue Pearl Island Suites, along with our other luxury real estate inventory.” said Ricardo Severini, VP of Sales at Red Frog Beach. “The Island Suites will appeal to the investor that wants to own a piece of paradise with a rental guarantee. We are planning to sell out quickly.”

Red Frog Beach attracts buyers and vacation…

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Long Island Walmart Accused Of Racial Profiling After Locking African-American Hair Products In Glass Case – CBS Ne…


RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — African-American hair products locked in a case at Walmart has stirred outrage on Long Island.

One shopper who chose to fight the policy may have succeeded in bringing about change, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Tuesday.

The Walmart in Riverhead has reversed its decision to lock the products in a glass case, opened only with a key by management.

“That’s discrimination,” shopper Patricia Fulford said.

A shopper took issue with a Walmart in Riverhead, New York, locking African-American hair products in a glass case, requiring employees to open it. (Photo: CBS2)

Racial profiling complaints were lodged by Fulford, who had to wait 10 minutes for the case to be unlocked.

“So I went and found the manager and said, ‘I’m waiting for the key for shampoo…

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Suffolk County pushing to identify people buried at hidden African-American cemetery on Long Island


HUNTINGTON, Suffolk County (WABC) —

Historians in Huntington are trying to identify the people who may be buried at an old African-American cemetery in Cold Spring Harbor.

The plot appears to be the burial ground for at least three dozen people, based upon the placement of unnamed stone field markers.

The Jones Cemetery, located on a hill on Harbor Road just south of Lawrence Hill Road, is owned by the Jones’ family — a wealthy business family who owned much of the land in Cold Spring Harbor in the 18th and 19th centuries.

And those who are interred there are believed to be African-Americans who worked for the Jones family.

“Too often, we overlook the contributions African-Americans have made to the history of our community,” Huntington Town Historian Robert Hughes said. “We hope that with help…

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Elizabeth Meaders of Staten Island owns the most comprehensive black history collection in the world


STATEN ISLAND, New York (WABC) —

Elizabeth Meaders is a retired school teacher who taught at a school named after her great-great grandfather, who was the last slave freed on Staten Island.

In what may be the most comprehensive collection of African-American history assembled by a single person, Meaders owns over 50,000 items in her Staten Island home.

Meaders invited ABC7 into her home which at first looked like a makeshift museum experience, but took us back in time in a deep seeded history of America.

“I’ve been working very systematically on the collection for more than 50 years. This only being done for my own personal pleasure, but now I realize that I was on to something serious and worthwhile,” said Meaders.

In terms of African American History, this is the mother load.

“This is a World…

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Island Social Club to launch in Haggerston championing Caribbean culture



Founded by Marie Mitchell and Jospeh Pilgrim, the venue will host their individual and joint projects and be a hub for exploring the Caribbean culture.
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