Lifestyles

LIFESTYLES

The Bahamas, like the rest of the world, is battling a pandemic, but COVID-19 won’t stop the Junkanoo Summer Festival (JSF), even though the 2020 Boxing Day and New Year’s Day parades have both been canceled. The Ministry of Tourism simply moved its popular summer festival to the online platform, taking

Two coming of age flicks take different paths  

This past week saw the release of two dramatically different approaches to teenage coming of age stories. Netflix’s “The Kissing Booth

Cheesecake Heaven is the place for delicious treats – and bread

Fresh baked bread is just gosh darn good. And you had to have had your head under a rock for

Let’s chat

Tonya Lightbourne has been doing a lot of chatting recently, hosting a series of informal conversations on her Instagram Live

Danae Morrison looking forward to academic challenges at university

High school was essentially a “breeze” for Aquinas College (AC) graduate Danae Morrison. She completed high school with a 3.97

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Tonya Lightbourne has been doing a lot of chatting recently, hosting a series of informal conversations on her Instagram Live

These are certainly trying times in the era of COVID-19 with having to adjust the way we live and how

It’s all about adjusting, adapting, and doing things the right way in the era of COVID-19, as the Atlantis evolves

Ja’Dei Grant was born with abnormalities, which means that, up to December 2019, she has already had four surgeries –

When fashion designer Gillian Curry-Williams debuted the Fabric of Hope – a fabric print made up of colors associated with

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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

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SPICE
The ‘unfurling’ of Blue Sail Restaurant Beach Bar

With a deejay pumping out upbeat, energetic tunes, Chef Jacques Carlino “unfurled” Blue Sail Restaurant Beach Bar in the “new

A chef making the lockdown experience a little sweeter

Celeste Smith is accustomed to working 15 to 16-hour days. But she never complains about the hours because her job

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EDUCATION

High school was essentially a “breeze” for Aquinas College (AC) graduate Danae Morrison. She completed high school with a 3.97

Angela Sands is reaping the reward of hard work as the newest Garvin Tynes Primary School graduate to receive the

The 24th Annual Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year (BPSSY) Awards program may have been delayed this year, but

Online education is a viable and compelling alternative to traditional (meaning classroom-based, face-to-face) teaching for many reasons, which are summarized

Since being named Princeton’s first Black valedictorian in the school’s 274-year history, Nicholas Johnson says countless people have asked him

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