Sunday, Jun 24, 2018
Szechuan-style spicy chicken wings.

Stix A Noodle Bar was one of the first restaurants to open in the Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar — and if you haven’t been as yet, you’re seriously missing out. If you’re one of those persons that darkened their doors when they first opened,

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BBA President Sam Rodgers speaks during the opening ceremony of the 1st BBA National Championships at the Emera Baseball Park in Freeport. Grand Bahama, on Friday. SHAYNE STUBBS

Those were the words of chief umpire Martin “Pork” Burrows as the 1st Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) National Baseball Championships officially commenced on Friday at the Emera Baseball Park in Freeport, Grand Bahama. BBA Secretary General Oria Wood-Knowles declared the championships open, and BBA President Sam

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Phoenix Suns' Deandre Ayton answers a question during a news conference as the team introduces its new players after the NBA basketball draft Friday, June 22, 2018, in Phoenix. AP

Like most around the nation, Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee was thrilled when the National Basketball Association (NBA) draft ran true to form Thursday night in a particular instant, and Bahamian Deandre Ayton was the No. 1 pick. He was selected by the Phoenix Suns, the team

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The Central Bank of The Bahamas on late Thursday afternoon presented the six 2016 Rio Olympic medallists with their own commemorative coins on the steps of the new Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in front of an intimate crowd. The athletes being honored were Shaunae Miller-Uibo, gold

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Umbrellas (1952). Diane Pullinger, watercolor on paper, 10 ½ 13 1/2. Image courtesy of the Dawn Davies Collection

Paradise is beautiful. A space filled with art, color, diversity, pleasure and adventure. Paradise has become synonymous with the Caribbean and the Pacific. Paul Gauguin’s life and work encapsulate this paradise myth, as we clarified in the recently published book “Gauguin’s Challenge: New Perspectives After

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Paradise Games’ Carmichael Road location. FACEBOOK

Paradise Games CEO Kevin Knowles has warned his staff that redundancies and store closures may be a possibility following the government’s increase in taxes for the domestic gaming sector. In a sobering memo to staff, dated June 21, Knowles advised that the web shop’s human resources

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Island Luck revealed that it intends to let go of half its staff over the next 30 days.

Acting Prime Minister Peter Turnquest suggested yesterday that the government is not to blame for the 350 employees who will be laid off at Island Luck. Island Luck revealed that it intends to let go of half its staff over the next 30 days. Turnquest said Island

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