John Beadle. “Emanon/not known (New Obeah Series)” (1999), mixed media, 18” x 12”. Part of the Dawn Davies Collection.
I borrow words from Haitian writer and activist Edwidge Danticat to start this piece: “Nou Led, Nou La”, “We are ugly but we are here”, to express the sentiment against the “shithole countries” that have been accused for their suffering by powers that created it.
Clive Stuart. “Mother Earth” (1992), acrylic on plywood, 48” x 43”. (D’Aguilar Art Foundation).
Clive Stuart’s “Mother Earth” (1992; acrylic on plywood) is a serene and unapologetic celebration of both womanhood and blackness. Born on Cat Island, Stuart imbues “Mother Earth” with the spirituality, magic and mysticism of his birthplace. With an unapologetic black woman standing front and centre
Police shot and killed a man in Central Pines, Abaco on Friday after he pointed a TEC-9 semi-automatic pistol at them, according to police reports.
Police said officers received a call shortly after midnight yesterday that a man, armed with a TEC-9 was firing into a
Portions of the wrecked Piper Aztec plane discovered in waters off Mastic Point, North Andros. Torrell Glinton
The Air Accident Investigation Department yesterday called off the search for the remains of the airplane crash that killed six people off Mastic Point, North Andros on Wednesday, citing that any remaining debris was unlikely to be found.
“As the complete aircraft could not be located
Police officers escort Dwight Morrison (center) into court yesterday.
A wanted man appeared in court on murder and drug possession charges yesterday.
Dwight Morrison, 32, of Shirlea, off Shirley Street, is the second person to be charged with the March 2, 2016 murder of Troy Cash, who was otherwise known as “Ghost”, at Fox Hill.
A few days ago, Donald Trump again distinguished himself by an unpresidential, vulgar, insulting attitude typical of the hegemonic attitude that the United States government has always adopted, when he called “shithole countries”, in Spanish, “países de mierda“, those of Africa and Haiti.
Dr. Nicola Virgil-Rolle.
While the white paper detailing specific exemptions and tax incentives the government intends to provide within Over-the-Hill communities is expected to be complete by March, it will still be under internal review for several months afterward, said Dr. Nicola Virgil-Rolle, director of Economic Development and
Out of the recent announcement that the Bahamas Baseball Federation will dissolve in favor of the Bahamas Baseball Association being allowed to be the one true parent organization, came a big question.
Does the BBA, under current leadership, have the capacity to prove it is worthy
Three Ministry of Works employees and a truck driver were each fined $5,000 yesterday for their part in the theft of six tons of asphalt from the government ministry.
After spending a day in prison, Ron Austin, 44, of Gladstone Road; Kenley Saunders, 34, of Gamble
It is unfortunate that Bahamians have to call radio talk shows and write letters to newspapers to complain about the abysmal state of New Providence’s roads. They are a mess.
There are potholes everywhere. And the roads that don’t have them are deteriorating in other