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Nearly 500 Abaco school children learned about the importance of conservation and preventing marine debris during a week of distance learning provided by Project B.E.A.C.H. (Bahamas Education Association for Cetacean Health), the non-profit affiliate of Blue Lagoon Island. Te-Shalla Clarke, education supervisor, and Destaney Cox, education coordinator, hosted marine assembly programs

At-risk girls join GGYA

A juvenile detention facility for girls is about to receive a new addition. For only the second time in its history,

Tender seedlings

Art and language, be it in literature, poetry or song, have perhaps always gone hand in hand. It makes sense

The Cultural Surface

One of the beauties in the Bahamian creative landscape is the ability the community has to expand and build upon

The God self

At first glance, through a narrow lens, one could be offended by the works of emerging artist Cydne Coleby supported

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Older Bahamians are dying at “incredible rates” of non-communicable diseases – such as heart disease, cancer and stroke, Minister of

Rigidity of the body, tremors, inability to straighten the posture and a slow gait – four cardinal signs of Parkinson’s

Consumption of a peanut-containing snack by infants who are at high-risk for developing peanut allergy prevents the subsequent development of

As with anything, when exercising, you want to ensure that you’re doing something the correct way to get the full

At age 13, Elgrenetto “Netto” Brown was diagnosed with Stage 4 Rhabdomyosarcoma on October 14, 2017. One month after his

ARTS & CULTURE
Tender seedlings

Art and language, be it in literature, poetry or song, have perhaps always gone hand in hand. It makes sense

The Cultural Surface

One of the beauties in the Bahamian creative landscape is the ability the community has to expand and build upon

SPICE
Salad and dressings

I know that I’m never going to be a chef, but after taking Chef Charles Missick’s Simply Better Gourmet Institute’s

Prime

Dario Cecchini’s personality is big…bold – memorable. So, it should come as no surprise that the offerings at Carna by

EDUCATION

Nearly 500 Abaco school children learned about the importance of conservation and preventing marine debris during a week of distance

A juvenile detention facility for girls is about to receive a new addition. For only the second time in its history,

Eva Hilton Primary School student David Cox is described by his teacher, Val Kemp, as an excellent student. She said

Demeek Moxey is only 10 years old, but he has a “huge heart” which “bleeds” for the less fortunate, and

Play, like more formal avenues of education, is critical to the development of young children. Sadly, for children of inner-city

TIME TO THINK
Dictate or persuade

As I have covered before in these “Time To Think” articles, having excellent communication skills is most important in becoming

It will be difficult

Just to repeat what I have relayed to you my valued readers again and again, to be successful one sets

The science of selling

There is a well-known saying which I am sure most of my valued readers have heard over and over again

Talk is cheap

The phrase which is the title of todays’ article, which incidently I am sure I have used before ‘Talk is

How to deal with nasty people

I once asked the question of my students at a seminar which I was facilitating for a large commercial organization

Incentives versus threats

As all of my regular readers will be fully aware of, as I have stated repeatedly in these articles over

REEL TO REAL
‘Captain Marvel’ is fun, relatively light and entertaining

“Captain Marvel” (Rated T) Cast: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jude

To borrow Madea’s words – ‘Halleluyerr! Halleluyerr! Halleluyerr!’

A Madea Family Funeral (Rated T) Cast: Tyler Perry, Patrice Lovely, Cassi

SWEAT THERAPY
Create better habits

Who are you doing it for? Is this an act

The difference between a challenge and a lifestyle change  

You’ve been doing exceedingly well for the last few weeks,

PULSE

Imagine this: a darkened stage, no music and then you hear just one word — “hello”. That could only mean

Of the thousands of patrons at the annual Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) music festival, 40 percent of the concert