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Stop being stupid!
Now although, as I have in fact written about on many occasions before in these articles over the years, there is no such thing as a stupid person, as that well-known saying puts it, “God don’t make no junk”. No He doesn’t. He doesn’t make ...
World-class classical artists perform at Lyford Cay
Attendees to a recent event hosted by the Nassau Music Society witnessed a stunning performance of classical music from world-class artists, who flew in to participate in a two-day event. Ambra Albek and the Quartetto Di Cremona performed for a pack...
Sponsors line up for ‘Beyond The Diary’ event
Nearly one dozen of the country’s leading institutions have come forward to sponsor “Beyond the Diary”, an inspiring first-person tale of triumph over tragedy featuring Eva Schloss, stepsister and best friend of Anne Frank. It was Anne Frank’...
Sorority celebrates 109th Founders’ Day
In celebration of the 109th Founders’ Day of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., members of the Eta Psi Omega Chapter gave of themselves in service and took time to engage in sisterly relations. On Saturday January 14, members began by visiting ...
‘La La Land’ feels far too much like a big gimmick
La La Land (Rated T)Cast: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, John LegendGenre: Romantic comedy-drama musicalDwight’s rating: 2.5 Stars   Mia: It feels really nostalgic to me? Sebastian: That’s the point! Mia: Are people going to like it? Sebasti...
‘Da Bahamian Ting’ Song Competition deadline extended to Feb. 17
Scores of talented Bahamians have been busy composing new and exciting songs for the Ministry of Tourism’s “Da Bahamian Ting” song competition. Rick Carey, coordinator in the Heritage and Culture Department of the Ministry of Tourism, said the...
Don’t let ‘their’ problems become ‘yours’
I was talking to a young man after a seminar one day as he asked if he could have a word with me.Of course I obviously obliged. As we sat down at a table after the seminar had ended; he confided in me, that he always tried to be pleasant and positiv...
Bahamas Horticultural Society to host plant sale on Feb. 11
“Replenish your hurricane-ravaged garden at the Horticultural Society of The Bahamas’ (HSB) Annual Plant Sale” suggests Alma Evans, HSB president. The popular event is set for Sat., Feb. 11, 8 a.m to 1 p.m. at the Bahamas National Trust's “Th...
The man known as Mr. Hurricane
If there were such a thing as a rock star of hurricanes, it would be Wayne Neely. Amongs the “weather set”, he’s become known as “Mr. Hurricane” for his love of weather and weather systems, which has spurred the writing of 10 books on the t...
A song inspired by Bahamian life and culture
“I selling my vote for one government job, two piece o’ land, money in my hand… Mr. Politician what you gone do for me?” The rhythm and the drums get you moving, while the lyrics get you thinking. “Government Job” is the new single that t...
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