Junkanoo Commission urged to release findings of investigation into hostile and intimidating demonstration at the New Year’s Day parade
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
On Wednesday, February 18, Bahamian journalist Travis Cartwright-Carroll paid a courtesy call on U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Lisa Johnson to discuss his recent participation in the U.S. State Department sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) focused on “Investigative Journalism.”
From February 2-6, the U.S. Embassy, in partnership with American poet, author, and motivational speaker, Omekongo Dibinga of UPstander International, facilitated a five-day workshop focused on poetry and spoken word with over fifty students in grades 10-12 at C.R. Walker High School.
Kenson Timothee was walking down the street when a uniformed officer asked him a question that sends Bahamians of Haitian descent like him into a panic these days: Do you have a passport?
It was a frightening few minutes, but Miss Universe Bahamas Tomii Culmer has rallied from a fainting spell that occurred while she rehearsed for the biggest performance of her life – the Miss Universe Pageant, set for Sunday January 25 in Miami, Florida.
Donation by Michael and Tina Cartwright to help high schoolers in Great Exuma attend classes on the Murfreesboro campus.
Although, the original event was postponed, the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) is thrilled to welcome patrons to the 24th Annual Wine and Art Festival on Saturday, January 31st.
Advocacy group hits out at Christie administration’s broken promise of a more environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive development model
Let your love grow at the “Horticultural Society of the Bahamas” (HSB) Annual Plant Sale set for Sat. Feb. 14, 8 a.m to 1 p.m. at the Bahamas National Trust’s headquarters, The Retreat.