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Managing Editor: Thomas Tomczyk

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Thomas Tomczyk is a publisher and a journalist who has launched several magazines in Honduras and Nicaragua. He has reported from South Sudan and Afghanistan and took an electric motorcycle on a longest ride in history.

About three million visa-less migrants of all sorts make their way into the USA every year. By virtue of its

The drama that takes place on Roatan each day deserves a movie of its own. Every day there are road

We live in an era where signaling one’s virtues are highly encouraged, though that doesn’t mean we live in a

The last three years had been an enlightening experience for me. Since March of 2020, I have had the opportunity

The accepted mantra is that the US has a vastly superior justice system, a superior justice system, and a better

Roatan’s economic system is one of the principal reasons why it is such a pleasure to live here.

It doesn’t take a genius to understand that with every action there comes a reaction. It does take however an

Honduras has its elites: its the political elite, its wealthy economical elite, its sport elite and even its annual beauty

Roatan will be a different place in by 2030 that is for certain. How will it look no one knows,

As many countries around the world succumb deeper and deeper into totalitarianism and apartheid of the un-jabbed the question is

Even thou ‘Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty” we have been asleep for a long, long time.

A little noticed law has been making a difference in the Roatan Municipality.

I see many of my Honduras friends doing "Mea Culpa" as so many of their officials are being tried and

I recently attended a church service where we were asked to pray for “Honduran migrants on their way to chase

The biggest loss of life in Honduran maritime history took place on July 3.

Is it even possible to see ugliness in Paradise? On Roatan, the answer seems to be a resounding yes.

Roatan’s economy has taken a few sharp turns over its long history.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. With all the new police on the island the crime

While many people look to the Honduran central government or some international aid organizations to solve Roatan’s problems it is

It’s a shame that on an island full of fruit trees getting fruits has to be such a struggle. Other

I grew up in a place where apartments were pretty much assigned by the socialist government. The 11 storey 200

You could say the first official tourist in Honduras was Christopher Columbus who arrived here in 1502 on his fourth

Names are constantly changing and our perception of reality changes with them. One way of tuning in to the changes

Roatan needs and deserves a magazine like never before. Over the years, numerous publications have reported on news around the