Can the persons in charge of traffic lights, please study and reprogramme the Village Road/Wulff Road/ Johnson Road/Soldier Road/Parkgate Road junctions travelling north during the early morning traffic period?
Author Archives: Pam Burnside
I recently read an article which stated that the Prime Minister wished to ‘institutionalize culture’ which made me wary as I tried to figure out what exactly that phrase meant.
The old year has ended and a new year has started with the upsetting confusion surrounding the junkanoo parades – AGAIN!
It is with outrage that I have just seen a post indicating that the winning entry for the Miss Bahamas costume designed by Javotte Bethel for the upcoming Miss Universe Pageant on January 25 has been discarded for a carnival inspired costume!
If we look at the wide range of challenges that face this country today we can either wallow in despair or look for the silver lining – it all depends on your attitude.
I am reading with curious confusion, an advertisement in the newspaper entitled…
Once upon a Christmas time in the islands of The Bahamas the golden emperor, aka ‘he who knows all things’ decided that it was time to fertilize the money trees recently planted by Mr Bamsi in the blue holes of Andros by adding some more rich manure, because his friend Bob had a 100 million dollars of the people’s money to throw away in them (and we all know the blue holes are bottomless!)
Creative Nassau believes that this designation will be the vehicle to prove that Creative Tourism – which offers authentic insight into the country’s rich, traditional creativity – is the way forward for the region.
What can we do to ignite our citizens’ passion to protect our heritage for ourselves and generations to come?