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LIFESTYLES

Princeton University valedictorian Nicholas Johnson has roots in The Bahamas, Jamaica and Canada, and he said all three nations have been influential in his upbringing and shaped who he is today. “I by no means would be the same person if I only had roots in Canada for instance, and I’m

Wedding interrupted

Amanda Ritchie and Chester Robards anticipated having their first dance as husband and wife in front of 170 family and

An unexpected year for Giveton Gelin

Giveton Gelin has dreams of becoming a touring jazz musician. By virtue of winning the 2020 LetterOne RISING STARS Jazz

Androsians on the importance of crab season

Renardo Bain fishes to support himself, but during the summer months, he supplements his income by engaging in crabbing to

Chef Simeon Hall engages people with free online seminars from Hawaii

Simeon Hall Jr. is accustomed to a frenetic pace, but like most people around the world, he has been forced

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Distilleries around the world for weeks have stopped production of their spirits and instead have been churning out hand sanitizer

D’krizia Bartlett has had acute chest syndrome, one of the most serious problems that people with sickle cell disease (SCD)

COVID-19 may thrive in an environment of elevated blood glucose, according to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). For this reason,

With no vaccine for COVID-19, the best medicine to stop the virus is physical distancing, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis

Since the beginning of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Bahamians were told they did not have to wear masks unless they

ARTS & CULTURE
On the Verandah with Travolta Cooper, Where In the World is Wally?

Where In The World Is Wally (WITWIW), which premiered on January 20, 2020, is a glass-shattering, dark, mysterious breath of

Transforming Spaces; “The Red Room” Exhibition Opening

For this year’s Transforming Spaces, The Current Gallery & Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of “The Red

SPICE
Chef Simeon Hall engages people with free online seminars from Hawaii

Simeon Hall Jr. is accustomed to a frenetic pace, but like most people around the world, he has been forced

A chef’s COVID-19 lessons

The ability to pivot and change quickly as things change is the lesson that COVID-19 is teaching Jamall Petty. Petty, a

EDUCATION

Parents of students attending some private schools will receive some financial relief in these tough economic times, with thousands of

Queen’s College (QC) has extended its official period of academic instruction through June 4 in response to the lost instruction

Paloma Cartwright will begin her senior year at McGill University, but will be doing so from the safety of her

Former All Bahamas Merit Scholar (ABMS) Shannon Butler never thought he would address a global health pandemic for a Master’s degree

When Daria Gibson returned home from university due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she was just one of many Bahamians having