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Temperatures across the northern hemisphere are starting to drop, but here in the Turks and Caicos, bikini and board-short weather continues to dominate the forecast. October is upon us, and whether you’re planning to enjoy the islands’ world-renowned beaches, fly across the waves carried by the wind on a kiteboard or sip sundowners at your…

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in meets out at Emerald Pavilion

The awe-inspiring ocean view at the stunning new Emerald Pavilion instantly grabs the eye, but delve deeper into this remarkable property and you’ll discover a sea of thoughtfully crafted details. Set along a quiet stretch of beach in Providenciales’ Leeward community, the latest project by Coxco Construction represents an architectural mediation on the subtle boundaries…

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osprey’s perch: a work of short fiction

Short story and photographs by Dominique Rolle A gust of punchy cool wind ascends him rapidly into the sun. Like a spider sliding down an invisible silk thread, he glacially descends into the mess of a nest he first built for her last winter. She’ll be here when the red dust comes blowing in from…

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Flora: Plants of the Turks and Caicos

Focusing on the relationship between local plants and Islanders, photographer Dominique Rolle has produced his first collection of fine art photography: Flora – Plants of the Turks and Caicos. The series premiered at the fifth annual ‘An Exclusive Evening of Art’ hosted at The Shore Club on January 26, 2019.

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beach enclave: getting away to it all

A year ago, when the developers of Beach Enclave announced they would be add­ing a second location to their Turks & Caicos portfolio – this time on Providenciales’ Long Bay, its first development on the island’s North Shore was deep into construction. By the time the first shovel struck dirt on Beach Enclave Long Bay,…

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