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LIFESTYLES

As the world navigates a new normal, owing to the global COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of Bahamian schools through Tuesday, April 14, professional ballerina/dancer Courtney Celeste Spears is doing her part to keep children “cooped up” at home active by offering a free ArtSea Web Dance Series to provide

Early detection and polyp removal save lives

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

Alisha’s tops in art and design (craft)

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

The lessons: self-discovery, belief in oneself and courage

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

Scholarship winners pay it forward

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

HEALTH & WELLNESS

All things you need to know to get your health and finances, and to keep both strong, will be the

With a successful perfectly matched double kidney and pancreas transplant, Andree Campbell, according to her doctor, is no longer diabetic

With no reported, suspected or confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus to date in The Bahamas since it was first

Over a decade ago, Tiffany Johnson-Thompson relocated to Eleuthera from New Providence to manage Daddy Joe’s Hotel and Restaurant. It

Nothing would make for a better start to this new year for the family of Anglican priest Father Sebastian Campbell,

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
A wine & dine demonstration

It’s billed as an intimate experience that allows you to cook, eat, drink, learn and have fun – and it’s

Mia Adderley is top

With only two minutes remaining on the clock to complete her dishes, Mia realized the oven she was assigned was

EDUCATION

M iles of white-sand beaches, stunning cliffs, idyllic ocean views and an historic lighthouse were the rewards for 57 youths

Many people may have been ecstatic about being awarded the Marjorie Davis Award for Best Overall Performance Government Schools in

Tyrhonda Glinton, along with four Bahamian girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics – Shabrea Davis, Paige Rahming, Olga Roussos

Tyrone Pratt Jr. is the Bahamas Financial Services Board’s 2019 Student of the Year – Financial Services. The University of The

Of the 22 students vying for the 23rd Bahamas National Spelling Bee crown – five have competed at the country’s

PULSE

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