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If you haven’t visited the East End Lagoon lately, you may want to reconsider. Recently, walking trails and signs have been added to the nearly 700-acre parcel that will enhance your experience there.

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It seems like there’s never a dull moment — or weekend — in Galveston. With Mardi Gras in the rearview mirror, spring break is now in full swing.

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If you’ve lived on the island very long, you’ll remember that summer 2014 brought with it tons and tons of seaweed. Known as the “Summer of Seaweed,” the Park Board has spent a lot of time — and money — making plans to keep the beach as clean as possible when the inevitable inundation returns.

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More than 350,000 people are expected to visit Galveston during its 108th Mardi Gras celebration taking place Friday through March 5. While much attention is given to the parties, parades and entertainment, less is given to the many nonprofit organizations that benefit as a result of the event.

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I have always enjoyed Frances Powell, a columnist for The Daily News, referring to Galveston as “The Little Apple.” I’m writing this column today 23 floors above the streets of Manhattan, in The Big Apple, on a mission for the Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB).

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While I admit it’s not necessarily a bad problem to have, deciding where to eat for lunch each day presents almost too many choices. The struggle is real. And it’s about to get more real as the island kicks off Galveston Restaurant Week, which began Saturday and ends Feb. 10.