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Four years ago, Chef Anthony Burnside was told to look at Crusoe’s Restaurant like a painting…a canvas to which he could add his touches. He accepted the offer, leaving his job at a fine dining establishment to take on the challenge. The draw for him was the growth the opportunity

New single, new sound, new look

The word “twist” would be an understatement in describing Rik Carey’s newest single, ‘cause he sure carrying on bad with

Keysha Edwards Taylor hosts ‘Piano Works’ tribute concert in honor of late cultural icon Kayla Lockhart Edwards

She’s released her “Piano Works” CD and now pianist Keysha Edwards Taylor, daughter of Desmond Edwards and late cultural icon

‘Who are we!’ – Kalik wants to know

Kalik wants to know who you are with its latest campaign “Who Are We!” which encompasses the release of limited

Hennessy Artistry delivers

Jamaican dancehall artist Dexta Daps said he felt like he was in heaven when he performed at the Hennessy Artistry


Michelle Starkes’ Central Florida living room is literally overrun with cases of diapers, baby wipes, rash cream, toothbrushes, coloring books,

More than one million diabetics worldwide lose at least a leg annually. In The Bahamas, with 13.6 percent of the

Andrea Sweeting is a mother and a grandmother – her family’s matriarch. She is also a sister and a friend

People donned their sporty and pink apparel, prepared to sweat it out for a good cause at the second edition

Sporty and pink will be the apparel and color of the day as people come together to unite in the

No mud, no lotus

“This project really represents me exorcising my demons in the aftermath, kind of confronting my childhood trauma, figuring out how

The Sea as Life: Cargo and VLOSA

The sea as life One is buoyed on by levity, not dropped like a lead weight to the bottom of the

The culinary mastermind

What do you do when you spend an afternoon with one of the chefs whose cuisine you adore and whose

Carna is pure decadence

The perfect way to help you prepare yourself for a Carna by Dario Cecchini dining experience is to say be


Students from 10 schools, an equal mix of public and private, are being provided with first-hand experience in trading on

Former Miss Bahamas Juliette Sargent Broussard is a top educator in the United States and in the running for the

Having competed admirably earlier in the year at the Global Round, Aquinas College accomplished the arduous feat of qualifying for

St. Francis de Sales School Principal Leandra Kelly-Adderley last week visited the site of the school where she led for

Barrise Griffin’s pursuit of a Master’s degree in disasters, adaptation and development management will pay off dividends for The Bahamas

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

Joaquin Phoenix is almost too good and ‘Joker’ is almost too real

 “Joker” (Rated C) Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz,

‘Abominable’ will be loved by the kids

“Abominable” (Rated T) Cast: Chloe Bennet, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Albert Tsai,

Let’s talk about health

Is the discussion of health and wellness in this country