William Randolph Hearst (1863-1953) is considered one of the most influential and controversial newspaper publishers in U.S. history. The newspaper mogul owned nearly 30 newspapers during the 1920s, among them the San Francisco Examiner, The New York Journal, the Washington Times, the Los Angeles
“Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors are destined to repeat them.” – George Santayana
It has been 16 months since the Free National Movement (FNM) government assumed office. During its short term in office, the government has announced several initiatives that
Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar said while he was shocked to learn that 85 percent of applicants can’t afford service-ready lots in the government’s Access to Affordable Homes program, he’s sure that there will be no problem selling them.
“I really was shocked,” D’Aguilar told The
Four Bahamian men are in police custody in connection with the seizure of approximately 390 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $390,000, police said.
According to police, officers acting on information intercepted a white 20-foot Boston Whaler boat, shortly after 1 a.m. yesterday, in waters one
WASHINGTON (AP) — John McCain's daughter opened his memorial service with a tearful and impassioned tribute, posing her father's legacy as a direct challenge to President Donald Trump.
Meghan McCain said her father was a "great man" and she encouraged others to live up to his
As a fourth-grade student, Jamal Small knew that the sandwich his parents prepared for him to take to school should not be soggy when it was time for lunch – besides, he also could not stand eating it. He set out to make a sandwich
Bahamian collegiate golfing sensation Inecia Rolle is entering her sophomore year at Chowan University Hawks in Murfreesboro, North Carolina, and is optimistic about doing great things.
The Hawks is an NCAA Division II school and is now a full-member of Conference Carolinas. Rolle was recruited by Ellen
Former Bahamian teacher and politician, now inventor and clergyman, Jeffrey Davis, has invented a swim-friendly device called the Amphibian.
The Amphibian is a floatation device that will benefit divers, new swimmers and swimming clubs.
Davis said; “Because I love sports so much and enjoy the waters of The
• Fred Sturrup is currently out of the country, and during this time, The Nassau Guardian Sports Section will run a few of his Sports Scope columns from the past. Sturrup’s regular columns will resume on September 4.
eacher Major will be 37 this coming October
One would imagine this a typical scene along the Nassau coastline in the 1920s, as so much of our history - painful or profitable - was tied to the sea’s comings and goings. “Doc” Sands gives us what appears to be commonplace, but when we