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Shuang Ba Baha Mar chef Peng Hu, chef de partie (wok), with a lobster out of the tank at the restaurant. When you order the wok-fried flounder or the wok-fried lobster at Shuang Ba, you can be assured that just minutes before your meal is placed before you, the lobster or flounder was alive and swimming in one of their four fish tanks mere feet away from your table. Having the ability to take the flounder or lobster from the tank, cook it and then serve it to diners makes for a different flavor profile, and the best it could possibly be – texture and flavor wise – and can be distinguished from the non-fresh fish. BAHA MAR

It’s almost sacrilegious for a Bahamian to not think about consuming conch salad at its freshest – which means pulling the conch out of the water, cracking it to remove the mollusk from its shell, making the salad and enjoying. Conch salad is never better

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Its foundation announced in 1996, The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) was officially opened on Monday, 7 July 2003, which means that it is still a youth as art museums go, still engaged in defining its identity. I envision for it a plum

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FOUR exhibitional flyer designed by artist Piaget Moss, featuring artwork by Angelika Wallace-Whitfield.

“FOUR” will break down the barriers to entry to conversations we neglect to have. “FOUR” will continue the conversations that exist today. It will spark new conversations, add layers of perspective to old ones, and shift the paradigm on what is understood as Black art,

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C. V. Bethel Jaran Hinsey put the spike on Doris Johnson Chauncey Cooper and Cordero Cooper during GSSSA volley ball action at D. W. Davis on Wednesday. Doris won the game in two sets 25-19, 25-13

Once again, the Ministry of Education’s Sports Unit is spearheading the national high school volleyball championships, and coming on board as partners is chief sponsor J.S. Johnson Insurance Co. Ltd., the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and the Bahamas Volleyball Federation (BVF). Over 100 young athletes

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Young Bahamians Michael Major Jr., left, and Jalisa Clarke, right, have been selected by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to be a part of the ITF/COTECC Under-12 Training Camp in Sub Region 3, in Santiago de Los Caballeros, the Dominican Republic. BAHAMAS LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION

A couple of young Bahamian tennis players are being recognized by the governing body for their sport worldwide. Michael Major Jr. and Jalisa Clarke have been selected by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to be a part of the ITF/Central American and Caribbean Tennis Confederation (COTECC) Under-12

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