I imagine that some of my readers will indeed remember the singer Perry Como who had an extremely relaxed style of performing and singing. He had many, many great hits back in the days when I was a professional musician playing with my quintet at
Usually at the end or the beginning of a year many people make projections, New Year’s resolutions or a wish lists. These are usually goals to attain in the coming year. Making lists are important to keep us focused and goal-centered. For the
Bahamian DeAndre Ayton was a runaway choice for The Nassau Guardian’s Junior Male Athlete of the Year honor, winning unanimously with 30 points over a talented field of athletes. Ayton was simply dominant this year, averaging a double-double in 20-plus games for the Hillcrest Prep Bruins.
After he surged to the forefront of Bahamian track and field in 2015, national record holder in the men’s 400 meters (m) hurdles Jeffery Gibson failed to capitalize on that success in 2016, as he was hampered by injury, and had a disappointing showing at
Despite the fact that Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. was forced to wear a walking boot for precautionary reasons earlier this week, the junior guard still gave a valiant effort off the bench on Wednesday night in Michigan State’s 75-74 overtime win over Minnesota. Nairn was
When the 2017 FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) Beach Soccer World Cup takes place in Nassau, from April 27-May 7, the sports host reputation of The Bahamas will be at stake, in truth, but there is another factor, in my view, that is more
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears yesterday criticized the government’s fiscal management, suggesting that the country’s current economic trajectory is unsustainable following the country’s most recent downgrade to “junk status” by credit ratings agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P). Sears is also challenging
Despite a split in the Official Opposition and the leader of a third party representing the opposition in the Senate, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis claimed yesterday that the infighting within his party has ended and “everything is looking good” for his party. “The