Tribune columnist Adrian Gibson was one of 24 new attorneys given the legal right to practise law in the Bahamas after they were called to the Bahamas Bar.
The strength and diversity of female fine artists in the Bahamas will be celebrated during the “Instinct” art show expected to open in two weeks time.
In an effort to put their best foot forward in an artistic sense, a group of Bahamian artists displayed creative works in a new exhibition which opened at Popopstudios last Friday.
RELIGIOUS leader Dr Myles Munroe has fiercely condemned homosexuality in the wake of a recent gay pride celebration in Grand Bahama, referring to it as a “massive deception…dismantling the very core of the natural existence of humanity.”
Just as we have, Dr Munroe must also have had cause for concern about how gambling money could possibly corrupt a system. Hence his insistence on a well regulated national lottery with the closure of all webshops.
It has been almost three months since the brutal killing of British citizen Edgar George Dart in Grand Bahama and no arrests have been made, despite a $25,000 reward which was offered for information leading to the arrests of those responsible.
As Yogi Berra said, “It’s like deja-vu, all over again”, as the PLP gets set to repeat the mistakes of the drug-fueled 1980s, when they basically legalized criminality… and we are still suffering the consequences of that.
Getting into the practice of working towards and putting on their own shows, art graduates from the College of the Bahamas explored a blossoming theme in a new exhibition at the Central Bank of the Bahamas.
Ed Fields, known for his provocative remarks and wit, is set to sign off for the last time after two decades on the radio.