As part of its new marketing strategy to integrate and highlight the culture and people of The Bahamas through innovative storytelling, the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA) Plantation office teamed up with celebrity artist Jamaal Rolle, at the recent Art Fort Lauderdale Show.
The set up is simple. Before us, a split-screen video projection with sounds of “ole Nassau” and a passenger-seat view of Downtown, Over-the-Hill (OTH) and archival footage. Behind, a TV laying out the names, places and stories of the soul, music and culture hot spots
Colonialism sounds romantic somehow. Alongside Victorianism, it seems to speak of stories and tales of old. Given that from the age of Elizabeth to the Georgian, the Caribbean was captured in a definitive enclosure along with many other colonies around the world. We have not
Graycliff Restaurant prides itself on its fine dining experience - and just last week the restaurant that has been serving delicious and distinctive cuisine since 1973 was named Best Restaurant in the Caribbean on USA Today’s 10Best.com, a title that is selected by popular vote.
The Foxxie’s Angels and the Bees Trucking Destroyers are heading to the New Providence Women’s Basketball Association championship round after they swept their opponents 2-0 in their best-of-three semi-finals on Thursday night at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium.
The Angels took care of the Saints 57-35 as
The Seawaves Triathlon Club made history on Thursday, February 7, when it became the first officially recognized triathlon club in The Bahamas under the Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA).
Seawaves is headed by Shirley Mireault who also serves as the head coach. The club already has more
The C.R. Walker Knights comfortably claimed their fourth straight victory at the 26th Government Secondary Schools Sports Association Track and Field Championships yesterday at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
After leading the three-day meet every day, they accumulated a total of 654.50 points to defeat second
Admittedly, in terms of statistics, it’s been a season of disappointments, pertaining directly to games won and lost; and also encouragement, when some significant other items are factored in.
The aforementioned, collectively, is what Coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin will no doubt be giving a lot of reflection
Donald Trump is a man of his word, and he promised his “base” to build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico to stop an “invasion of gangs, invasion of drugs, invasion of people”. It turns out that Mexico isn’t willing to pay for
I do not know why the media keeps calling Rev. Frederick McAlpine an FNM. He really is not.
McAlpine got mad when he was not made a Cabinet minister when the FNM first won. You see, McAlpine thinks highly of himself. I suspect he views