Food is different things to different people. It can be homey and comforting, divine and sinfully decadent; savory and sweet, raw and cooked, and 2018 has been another year of fantastic mouthfuls which means whittling down the many meals and sifting through everything I’ve had
“Sculpture For Plants” (2018), Alex Timchula, mixed media with living plants, dimensions variable. Part of the 9th National Exhibition “NE9: The Fruit and the Seed” currently on view at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.
The ninth National Exhibition, “NE9: The Fruit and the Seed”, opened on December 13, 2018, and the reception was quite honestly overwhelming in the abundance of bodies, spirits and minds present. As we approach this penultimate exhibition on the way to the 10th National Exhibition,
A portraiture of visual artist Melissa Alcena.
Image courtesy of the artist.
Melissa Alcena’s work is not for the faint of heart. It is not for those who dismiss the work of introspection. It causes a discomfort in self; challenges interior and personal spaces and the world around it, especially if that self exists as a Black
“Over-The-Hill Youth’s View of Education”, (1993), Eric Rose, Kodak Tri-X Pan Film print on photographic matte paper, 11”x 14”. Image courtesy of the artist
Art provides an interior image of exteriorised feelings that are usually not openly discussed. The interior/exterior reality of images and experiences is often surreal as it collapses spaces into times that are not always compatible. Art allows whimsical flights of fantasy and fancy, which break
Swimmer Izaak Bastian has emerged as The Nassau Guardian’s Junior Male Athlete of the Year. Sprinter Joel Johnson finished second and basketball player Samuel “Sammy” Hunter finished third.
Bahamian collegiate swimmer Izaak Bastian has the potential of making it into the Olympics one day as the Florida State University Seminoles swimmer is a force to reckon with in the pool.
The 17-year-old put on a record-breaking performance as he dominated the 2018 CARIFTA Swimming
From left, Isaac Poitier, Ricardo Freemantle and Nkomo Ferguson pose with their new level one Instructors Certificates.
Established in 2013 in a backyard using homemade PVC bows and shooting at very close distances, The Bahamas Archery Federation, now called World Archery Bahamas, has come a long way.
In April of this year an eight-member delegation led by the current president, David Rahming, and
Canada is the second wealthiest country in North America with an impressive GDP of $46,437 per capita. With a thriving economy, the Canadian government has extended an invitation to thousands of highly trained immigrants to its shores.
Canada is home to many Bahamian economic refugees,
As we look back over 2018 and look forward to the New Year, I am reminded of the C.S. Lewis quote: “There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.”
Our region’s rich tourism past and our many successes have served us
Former Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin yesterday called on the aviation minister to acknowledge that Bahamasair is in crisis after facing a second major delay in flights in less than a week.
Hanna-Martin said it seems as if “it’s gotten to a tipping point” for Bahamasair.
“It is interesting,
Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday dispelled reports that the extension of Christmas break for schools was the result of industrial action threats by the teachers’ union.
“Nah, no. No threats of industrial action,” said Lloyd, outside of Cabinet.
“The union and I and the ministry continue to have