DOHA, Qatar ‑ Tynia Gaither has been around the 11.20 mark all season, and today was no different as she glided into the semifinals of the women's 100 meters (m) at the 17th International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) World Championships here in Doha, Qatar.
Bahamian Art & Culture Newsletter is pleased to share an intimate interview with the very busy Holly Bynoe, chief curator of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), who – after more than four years at her post – is leaving the NAGB and
It seems as though visual artist and muralist Angelika Wallace-Whitfield may have been foreshadowing with her Ninth National Exhibition (NE9) public art project: “Hope Is A Weapon”.
During these trying times, the words that the artist penned to elaborate on the work finds us at a
Bahamians got a first-hand lesson in the urgency of global warming in the form of a monster hurricane named Dorian.
Whether you subscribe to the belief that the good Lord was sending us a message, or that our family in the north didn’t deserve so
In the daily devotional booklet “Living Faith”, Kristin Armstrong wrote a reflection entitled “The Other Side”, on the occasion of the anniversary of the September 11 attack on the United States.
Upon reading this, I thought how appropriate it is for us at this period,
The best of two worlds - fine and casual dining - collide on one plate in a burger and lobster offering that’s popped onto the market one night a week, during lobster season. And to be honest, it’s a perfect pairing, so adding a glass
DOHA, Qatar — After coming into these world championships with high hopes and aspirations, the Collie-Minns twins couldn’t put it together when it mattered the most, finishing 28th and 30th overall in the men’s triple jump last night.
Both came up well short of the top
Rhan Miller is set to compete in the Masters Drive Chip and Putt Regionals this weekend at the TPC Sawgrass in Florida, as an alternate.
Miller’s journey started on June 24 of this year in the local qualifiers held at the Foxfire Country Club in Naples,
The Commando Security Truckers, the defending New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) men’s champion, got out to a winning note as they took down the Chances Mighty Mitts 8-1 in game one of a best-of-five semifinals series at Bankers Field, Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Thursday night.
The administration, staff and over 800 students of the Eva Hilton Primary School gave recognition to the accomplishments of one of the schools’ family members, fifth grade student Keilesha Saunders, on Friday, September 20.
Saunders is a judoist who knows her way around the competition mat.