Will someone please tell our government we’re broke? The reality of our fiscal situation still seems to elude those in political office.
When I read of the efforts and expense of The Bahamas joining the WTO, I wondered who told the government that we have
If there’s one law in The Bahamas in dire need of a complete overhaul, it is the law regarding the age of consent for sexual intercourse. Under the Bahamian jurisdiction, adolescents age 16 are legally able to consent to participation in sexual activity, even
A new, legal global mega-industry is emerging. The idea that marijuana is a dangerous drug that should be banned is rapidly fading.
Uruguay was the first country to fully legalize it in December 2013. Its dispensaries began selling weed in July 2017.
Canada will be the second
Over the past weeks and months, there has been much hue and cry about Disney Cruise Line’s proposed cruise port development for Lighthouse Point in Eleuthera. Environmental and community activist groups are increasingly worried that this development will have a detrimental impact on the nation’s
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Vice Chairman Earl Thompson Sr., 84, died at Princess Margaret Hospital at 5 p.m. on Wednesday following a long battle with diabetes and congestive heart failure, his family confirmed.
Earl Thompson Jr. said his father’s legacy will live on through him and
His songs have stood the passage of time – “Carmen”, “People To People”, “Naughty Johnny”, “Sugar Apple Guinep”, “Finance Man”, “Ting An’ Ting”, “Goin’ Ter Pick Up Der Mail”, “Mike” and countless others. Eddie Minnis could rest on his laurels, but this consummate artist simply can’t,
Signature Bahamian work “Der Real Ting!!”, created and directed by Philip Burrows, which features 25 iconic Eddie Minnis songs arranged by Fred Ferguson with vocal arrangements by Adrian Archer, will highlight Ringplay Productions’ 10th annual Shakespeare in Paradise Theater Festival, October 1—13.
The script was written
I’m sure that we’ve all heard the ridiculous expression used again and again - he or she is a self-made success - oh yes. My friend, as today’s title quite correctly proclaims, no one is self-made - no one! Firstly we should never lose sight
Fifty-five years ago the late Muriel Eneas, an American who was married to Bahamian dentist Dr. Cleveland Eneas, himself a member of a fraternity, petitioned the head office of the Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority Inc. to establish a chapter in New Providence. She had
There will be 79 countries and over 700 athletes, coaches and delegates that will descend on the shores of The Bahamas to take part in the Judo World Championships Juniors and Teams from October 17 to October 21 at the Imperial Ballroom, Atlantis, Paradise Island.