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“Good Boys” (Rated C) Cast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon Genre: Comedy Dwight’s Rating: Grimacing face emoji! You know the one – the cringing face, with the open eyes and the clenched teeth! To some, it appears the face is smiling. But the eyes really speak to the awkwardness and uncomfortable nature

Beauty with a purpose

Miss World Bahamas Nyah Bandelier has spent much of her summer getting in touch with her inner child as a

Fighting for her life

If there is one thing Nakara Miller is certain of – it is that she does not want her mother’s

Mahlia Neely & Dehron Smith are 2019 All-Bahamas Merit Scholars

In the words of Mahlia Neely, success is not some abstract idea that comes and leaves inexplicably, randomly gracing some

Exposed to STEM careers

The Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Camp allowed a number of students to be exposed to careers in STEM


Alkaline water devotees are swearing to the health properties they say come as a result of drinking water with a

Douglas Hanna has faced many life or death situations during his 32-years as a police officer. He’s had a suspect

They found mates, built nests, incubated a clutch of shiny white eggs and have raised their young. In the game

Two mother-daughter combinations in Patrice Campbell and Dr. Alia Campbell, as well as Jennimae Johnson and Zitalia Fox, will be

After three surgeries in literally her first year of life – two on her eyes, and another to repair her

‘The Deanery’ (1979) by Alton Lowe

From landscapes and flora to architecture and imaginings of Lucayans and loyalists, his practice gives a sense of joy in

Let’s talk about it

Upon first glance, And1Dunna, the Nassauvian poet, may appear to be overly confident. He moves with an indescribable yet magnetic

EAT Bahamas Food Tour serves up cuisine, culture

Traveling food lovers are learning to embrace Bahamian cuisine and culture through a tour cooked up by a former television

Eclectic epicurean experience

Seasonal and plant-forward is the latest concept of Café Martinique. With Chef Alessio Pitzalis at the helm, the eclectic epicurean experience


It was an unlikely classroom for middle and high school students from the United States (U.S.), but within the lush,

For Charles Hamilton, the term “by any legal means necessary” has new meaning after he liquidated his assets, exhausted his

For the 10th consecutive year, the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) has partnered with the Canadian government to award

She built a name for herself as an up-and-coming author, but when it comes to choosing a career path, 15-year-old

Six years ago, the Bahamas Girl Guides Association announced a fundraising initiative to raise funds for construction of a new

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

Tarantino’s latest film is fantastic – until the far out end

“Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” (Rated C) Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad

Let’s talk about health

Is the discussion of health and wellness in this country


Miss World Bahamas Nyah Bandelier has spent much of her summer getting in touch with her inner child as a

It’s hard to imagine Jaquay Adderley as shy and reserved, but he literally did not realize his comedic side until