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A night filled with glitz, glam, humor and high-energy performances saw the honoring of some of the best musicians and artists throughout the country. This year’s 2019 Elevation Awards, hosted by comedian Naughty, took the production of live shows in The Bahamas to another level. The British Colonial Hilton’s Grand Ballroom was transformed

Alexia Tolas shortlisted for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize

Twenty-one outstanding short stories have been selected by an international judging panel to be in the running for the world’s

Sloughed, buffed & moisturized

When most people think of spring cleaning, housework is the first thing that comes to mind, but also, with the

Bahamian nurses trained and certified in pediatric cancer care

Bahamian nurses were part of a group of recent graduates from the University of the West Indies (UWI) School of

Miami Cancer Institute opens multi-disciplinary skin cancer clinic

Miami Cancer Institute has opened a Multidisciplinary Skin Cancer Clinic, including the regions’ first (one of only 12 in the


Miami Cancer Institute has opened a Multidisciplinary Skin Cancer Clinic, including the regions’ first (one of only 12 in the

If you’re wondering about the health of your heart, try looking at your feet. If your feet show signs of

The “journey” to give baby Ja’Dei Grant a better life has begun with Ja’Dei undergoing cleft lip and palate (birth

Investing a little in early intervention therapy for children diagnosed with autism can be a plus in the long run,

With nine months to Christmas 2020, husband and wife Deion and Sonia Rolle know what they want for gifts –

The black woman body paradox

There are certain things that should unsettle us, should bother us, should make us uncomfortable - but having to live

The NAGB takes the ITE to Grand Bahama

On April 2, 2019 the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ Inter-Island Travelling Exhibition (ITE) lands in Freeport, Grand Bahama,

Simple. Complex. Stunning!

Visually stunning with bold flavors that make for an exciting dining experience – this is what Spice by JG, a

National culinary squad named

Chef Jamal Small will lead Team Bahamas into competition at this year’s Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s Taste of the


After three consecutive third-place finishes, the Kingsway Academy Saints stormed KPMG’s 4th Annual Accounting Bowl which focused on the accounting

To meet increased demand for enrollment, Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) on Friday broke ground to commence construction on a

If you are an upper level bachelor’s degree (third or fourth year) or master’s degree student, with at least a

Hundreds of private and public school students were able to take in the premiere school-only showing of Dion Cunningham’s Adventures

The late Chan Pratt is entering a new realm, joining the ranks of a minute number of local artists whose

Birds of a feather

As most of my valued readers will know today’s title birds of a feather is just the first part of

Do you have a conscience?

Now the question posed by the title of today’s article is indeed a most provocative and important one for every

The only risk is in not taking one

I heard someone on television utter the phrase which is the very important title of this particular article ‘The Only

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

‘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

Let’s talk about health

Is the discussion of health and wellness in this country


Eleven years ago, I took in Buju Banton’s performance at Bicentennial Park in Downtown Miami for what is arguably the

Photographer Torrell Glinton’s fourth Kinky Project, a photo series highlighting the beauty of Black hair in all of its various