This coming week Hillside House welcomes the return of the second annual Arts Pavilion from May 5-8.
In coordination with the second Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, the historic space on Cumberland Street will be transformed into a platform showcasing works by contemporary visual artists.
The Arts Pavilion is
Creative Nassau (CN), the not-for-profit organization, which, since 2008, has been turning new pages in the promotion of Bahamian history, culture and the arts as the keys to economic diversity, has accomplished another first. On Thursday, May 5 at Doongalik Studios, Creative Nassau will launch
Chef Simeon Hall promises amazing eating in this upcoming farm to table experience
Today, for the first time ever, high school soccer national champions will be crowned, following the finals of the Bahamas Football Association (BFA)/Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s championships, which will take place at the Roscow Davies Field in the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
The governing body of mixed martial arts in The Bahamas looks to build on its recent success and take things to a new level by joining the sport’s international governing body.
In the very near future, the Bahamas Mixed Martial Arts Federation (BMMAF) hopes to become
Bahamian Kendalia Turner, the whiz shortstop of softball, has signed a letter of intent to play Division II College softball in New Jersey, but she will forever be the darling of the village of Lyndon Center in Vermont.
The 17-year-old daughter of Kendal Turner Jr. and
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday dismissed the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association's (GBHRA) claims that the door is already open for same-sex marriage in The Bahamas and insisted that there is no legislative or constitutional grounds for such a union.
GBHRA President Fred Smith said on
Former BEC board member Fred Ramsey on Thursday exercised his right to remain silent in the face of allegations that he abused his position to solicit and receive bribes in relation to the award of contracts to a foreign company.
Ramsey, 79, is on trial for
A magistrate yesterday ordered the removal of animals at the Bahamas Association for Social Health (BASH) yesterday morning, after its executive director pleaded not guilty to 14 animal cruelty related charges.
Magistrate Subusola Swain also issued an order prohibiting Terry Miller, 64, from owning any further