A man was killed in a hit-and-run accident on Prince Charles Drive on Sunday night, police reported.
The man was walking in the vicinity of Wok Restaurant when he was struck by a small black vehicle around 8 p.m., police said.
Paramedics pronounced the victim dead at
We are not used to seeing ourselves as Bahamians outside of the lens of tourism.
This is troublesome for a newly-independent nation not yet 50 years old, and with 200 years of tourism weighing in above our heads. The decolonial work of imaging ourselves as Bahamians
Ole time, it was a mighty good time,
Monkey chew tobacco and he spit white lime,
Bullfrog jump from leaf to leaf and
For the past two weeks, Atlantis has been showcasing a celebration of impeccable food through specially curated chef tasting menus offered at fixed rates across 14 of the resort’s restaurants. But time is winding down on what has been an impressive two weeks of EAT:
John Watling’s Distillery’s Single Barrel rum was awarded a 2019 double gold medal at the International Rum Conference. The distillery’s Pale Rum was awarded a silver medal.
John Watling’s Single Barrel rum was awarded the highest prize or “double gold medal” in the Special Harvest/Single Cask
Bahamian center Jonquel Jones put up a fight as she dropped a game-high 25 points, but her Connecticut Sun fell 89-78 to the Washington Mystics in the fifth and final game of their best-of-five WNBA Finals series as the Mystics lifted the championship trophy at
Continuing a stellar play from their first game, The Bahamas Men’s Senior National Soccer Team came away with three key points as they shut out the British Virgin Islands (BVI) 4-0 in their second game in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association
Equestrian Bahamas launched the first show of the 2019-2020 season with a successful two-day event last weekend at Mariposa Stables, Nassau, The Bahamas. The show was judged by United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) ‘R’-rated judge Doug Bruce of Delray Beach, FL.
Classes were held at all
Politics in The Bahamas requires “loyalty, fortitude and political maturity,” Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said during the funeral of former Cabinet Minister the late Tennyson Wells at Christ Church Cathedral yesterday.
“We owe a debt of gratitude to individuals like Tennyson Wells, who offer themselves for
Centreville MP Reece Chipman has “nothing to lose” after his resignation, Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine said yesterday.
McAlpine said those celebrating the resignation should reconsider for that very reason.
“He may not carry the title of FNM (Free National Movement) MP, but certainly his persona, his psyche,