International reggae-fusion singer Diana King’s ThinkLikeAGirl Music (TLAG) record label will be distributing an all-female compilation album called “Big Woman Tingz”. The project is scheduled for worldwide release on July 13.
“Historically, female ‘anything’ is not taken seriously and isn't respected or given the credit deserved.
Two of the Caribbean’s cultural giants will be in New Providence this weekend for a night of conscious lyrics and laughter. Mutabaruka, a Rastafari dub poet, musician, actor, educator and talk show host well-known for his booming voice and unapologetic delivery, will be the headline
One of the most effective ways of assisting a person to become successful in life by achieving their predetermined goals and objectives is by the use of daily affirmations. Now affirmations are statements pertaining to our goals that we repeat over and over again, which
The Baha Mar-sponsored Team Bahamas needed to win by 10 points in its crucial match against the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Thursday, but ended up losing by 10, and as a result, will not advance to the second
The fifth edition of the popular Bahamas Bowl was launched yesterday with at a press conference at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The game is set for Friday, December 21 at 12:30 p.m.
In attendance at the press conference were high-profile officials from the bowl organizing
So far, the Truman State Bulldogs are having a great summer in The Bahamas as they rolled to another win at the Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) ‘Summer of Thunder’ at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. Their defense stifled IBA Elite in a 90-43 victory
PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas — A total of 84 players took part in the 18th Annual Duke of Edinburgh Semifinals Charity Golf Tournament at Ocean Club Golf Course this past Sunday in support of the Governor General Youth Awards (GGYA) Program.
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In The Bahamas there have been thousands of people who have been given the opportunity to receive a large lump sum of money unexpectedly. Some have been able to hit a “lucky number”, while others have been awarded a pretty penny from a lawsuit settlement.
Efforts of consumers who were hoping to get a jump on their insurance premium payments and avoid paying an additional 4.5 percent in value-added tax (VAT) were thwarted this week when government announced they would have to pay the full 12 percent VAT, even if
The Consumer Protection Commission is preparing for the possibility of becoming inundated with complaints beginning next week, once the 12 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate is implemented.
However, Phillip Beneby, chairman of the commission, said the extension government has allowed for certain businesses, in particular food