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Take ‘The Gabber Newspaper’ to Cartagena, Colombia

two people stand by a yellow building housing the gabber newspaper in Cartagena, Colombia
two people stand by a yellow building housing the gabber newspaper in Cartagena, Colombia Brad Banks and Katie Dunn decided to take The Gabber newspaper to Cartagena, Colombia.
Photo by Katie Dunn

Brad Banks and Katie Dunn decided to take The Gabber newspaper to Cartagena, Colombia. It looks like they’ve taken over our January issue with the introduction of the Fusion 49th Street District. We hope they enjoyed their cruise to Colombia, Aruba and other Atlantic destinations.

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