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Volume 1: Issue 8
Hit the walkway at Kendeja for a weekend of elegance. It's fashion as we know and love it.
Yes it' paradise indeed, but getting there is an adventure. Discover what Pinky is up to at Bemah's Mangrove Paradise.
Life's A Beach
Well when it comes to beaches, Liberia takes first row seats. Now that the rain is over, are you ready to live a little? Life's a fabulous beach in the LIB.
With waves unlike many, surfers are discovering at break neck (or should I say great breaks) Liberia's adventurous surf spots. With so many surfers making their maiden pilgrimage to Liberia, recently National Geographic, Liberia waves could place us on the map.
Amidst all the water mumbo jumbo Liberia's culture stands tall with our chiefs who keep us grounded. Take a bow...the Paramount Chiefs are in the house.
Volume 1: Issue 7
Fashion & Lifestyle: Haute culture
From the world of haute couture, Liberia claims her own. Designer extraordinairee Abraham Pelham's fashion is pure art in motion. Photographed by Markku Vesikko. Styled by Abraham Pelham.
Travel Destination: From Dawn Till Dusk...Lofa Rediscovered
The hardest hit during the civil crisis, Lofa County, is rebounding and rebuilding. We rediscover her beauty and why she is still a breadbasket of Liberia. Photographed by Arwin Kidd. Story by Nowai Dunbar.
Architecture: Timeless Architecture
The more things change, the more they stay the same. These timeless buildings (and fashions) only need restoration to bring them back to life...as we once remembered. Photographed by Markku Vesikko. Story by Abraham B. Sheriff.
Art & Culture: Artistic Expressions
From paintings and sculptures, to music and television, to jewelry and fashion, LTL brings you up close and personal to get a better insight into some of Liberia's talented artists...past and present. Presented by various writers and photographers.
Volume 1: Issue 6
It's all about living in the lap of luxury for our two beauties.
Come along as we take a picturesque look at Bomi, once the site of Liberia's booming iron ore industry.
Making the Mark
Fourteen Liberian women raising the bar, setting the standard for young women and girls.
The Essence of a Woman
A rare glimpse into the private life of Africa's first female head of state, H.E. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Volume 1: Issue 5
Trekking Through Nimba
Explore the Nimba mountains with models Johnette and Courage, and discover why this County is considered on of Liberia's most treasured destinations. Photographed by Hesta Baker Pearson
In Search of the Monkey Bridge
Seanan and MD went in search of Monkey Bridge they heard existed in Gbarnga and found much more than they expected. By Seanan Denizot
Since the first Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant over 45 years ago, beautiful Liberian women have year after year vied for this coveted title. We visited with past contestants, a Miss Liberia, and the 2009 organizer to get a glimpse of who these women are, while showcasing LTL's first holiday home. Photographed by Markku Vesikko
A Spirit of Giving
Known for her outspoken personality and soulful music, Miasma Fahnbulleh speaks candidly with Elma Shaw about her life, family and the Obaa Girls. By Elma Shaw
Volume 1: Issue 4
Men of Style
They are successful, visionaries, tenacious, patriotic, and yes...stylish. Get to know them, intimately, in LTL's first Men of Style feature.
Grand Bassa, while emerging as a new industrial hub in Liberia, still remains faithful to its rich history and culture.
Finally At Home
Eight years ago, fashion designer Josephine George Francis, called America home. Now, with a loving husband, thriving businesses, a fabulous home, and a no-nonsense attitude, she has resettled on the family farm where she was born.
Volume 1: Issue 3
Montserrado on the Move
Check out the sights, sounds, and tastes of Liberia's most populous political subdivision, Montserrado County. By Michael Woods.
Sport Never Looked So Good
The newly renovated Samuel Kanyon Doe (SKD) Sports Complex facilitates a new appreciation for recreation and leisure. By Michael Woods
A Chimp Paradise at Your Fingertips
Chimpanzees, our evolutionary first cousins, take refuge on six islands scattered between Montserrado, Margibi, and Grand Bassa counties. By Marjanne Baker
LIBs Love Affair with South Africa
South African musician and anti-apartheid relic Hugh Masekela was a household name in Liberia in the mid-1970's. Read a first hand account of the jazz legend's escapades in exile. By Alhaj Azziz (Leo Chesson)
Volume 1: Issue 2
Cape Palmas Paradise
Historical monuments, old architecture, and untouched pristine beaches are just some of what makes this place a paradise worth discovering.
There are those who take on the burden of the society because they see it as a necessity, without much assistance. Meet a few people that are making a tremendous difference in the lives of those around them.
A new home is transformed using rich textures and colors, while at the same time using the strategy "less means more".
A visit to Wulki Farms is an adventure for everyone – from children to adults. Enjoy horseback riding, alligator viewings, ostriches and more fun things.
Volume 1: Issue 1
Cape Mount Style
Take a fashion tour of Robertsport in Cape Mount County with model Korlu Turay. Lamil Kromah gives his first hand account of what makes Cape Mount the perfect getaway.
Agnes Horton trekked five hours exploring Zone 1 of Liberia's largest national park, Sapo. Take a journey through Sapo and discover one of the many reasons to visit Liberia.
Behind the Music
Elma Shaw goes one on one with Barkue Tubman in an exclusive interview to discuss Liberia's music industry.