Creative Nassau relayed a warm welcome to the 64 new member cities of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN).
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Following the disastrous aftermath of the monster Hurricane Matthew and the need for hundreds of millions of dollars ‘to fix the country’, it is unbelievable to hear talk about the possibility of a ‘hurricane tax’ to be levied on us, the already suffering public…
“Forward, Upward, Onward Together!” proclaimed the Emperor who stood majestically once again above and upfront on his armoured tank in Rawson Square…
“BJC and NHI will happen by hook or by crook!” shouted the Emperor as he stood majestically atop his armoured tank in the square, feathered and sequined in his tight fitting 2016 BJC costume.
I was aghast as I read and watched press accounts that demonstrated blatant attacks on our human and gender rights as Bahamians.
The Official UNESCO Creative Cities Banner Downtown Nassau Tells Of Two Proud Bahamian Achievements
Hog fish big eye, guppy budget, mediocrity and not a lick of common sense – that’s what is bogging this country down !
The Annual Meeting of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) was held May 25-28 in Kanazawa, Japan, a member City of Crafts and Folk Arts.
I was totally aghast when I heard on the news last night that the police were hassling the junkanoo groups in the Labour Day parade because they wanted to clear Bay Street in order to grant cruise ship visitors access!