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The result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the government-mandated 24-hour curfew is hitting hard, and pulling up a chair at a restaurant for a meal is off the table right now. While there are options for take-out fast food, there are still those people that don’t mind grabbing a meal

Is it allergies, a cold, influenza or COVID-19?

In addition to COVID-19, with the change of seasons comes another thing for some people to fight – spring allergies.

BNYC turns 30

The choir is an entity Bahamians should be appreciative of considering where the Bahamas National Youth Choir (BNYC) has sung

It’s official: Bahamas Carnival is postponed

The verdict is in. Carnival has officially been postponed. This news hit Karnivalistas where it hurt, but we are convinced the

Entertainment comes to a screeching halt

With the cancellation of his deejaying gig at the national high school track and field championships, Gary “Super” Johnson began

HEALTH & WELLNESS

In addition to COVID-19, with the change of seasons comes another thing for some people to fight – spring allergies.

With Bahamians riveted by the global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, and The Bahamas recording its first case among the

With 10 to 13 percent of the adult population battling chronic kidney disease (CKD), nephrologist Dr. Adrian Sawyer says people should

With a confirmed case of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Dominican Republic, and Florida announcing two presumptive cases of COVID-19

Electronic health records (EHR) allow for medical care being delivered to be looked up, and the impact, which could be

ARTS & CULTURE
A fine balance

“So, here you are too foreign for home, too foreign for here. Never enough for both.” – Ijeoma Umebinyuo, “Questions for Ada”   After a few years

Peggy Hering’s “Lilies” (1984)

The Caribbean is in many ways a place of and for the nomadic. There is an irony, then, in the

SPICE
Graycliff to go

The result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the government-mandated 24-hour curfew is hitting hard, and pulling up a chair at

Brunch taken to the rooftop

For six out of seven days of the week, Skybar – the rooftop lounge at SLS Baha Mar – is

EDUCATION

For Alisha Carey, hard work pays off. She says she put in the work and got the result when she

The rehearsals of the cast of “The Wiz”, a production of Broadway Over Queen’s, has so impressed Shawn Turnquest, vice

Twin brothers D’Ron and T’Ron Strapp and Kennedi Knowles, all Carleton Williams Scholarship recipients and graduates of Garvin Tynes Primary

“What is taught to today’s youth will impact The Bahamas in the future,” were the words of Tymia Thompson, winner

Fifty junior school social studies teachers had an opportunity to get outside the classroom for hands-on learning at Blue Lagoon