Pundit Larry Smith took a ride on the underground railroad of Bahamian music when he visited the Youngie & Exuma Exhibition at Doongalik Studios.
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
Struggling with survival as interest in the faux festival wanes, the Bahamas International Film Festival announces the return of the Filmmaker’s Residency Program.
Government Minister Byran S. Woodside was in Grand Bahama Monday, November 1 conducting a special historic swearing-in ceremony for two groups of Junior Local Government Councillors.
In The Bahamas, tea parties are still about tea, not politics, as shown in these photos of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation Sixth Gala Tea Party.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham presented five Junkanoo pieces, depicting the mystical wonders, rich culture and heritage of the Bahamas to the China National Museum of Fine Arts.
Miss United States, Alexandria Mills, has won the Miss World crown for 2010, defeating more than 100 other hopefuls at a glittering ceremony in southern China.
Members of animal rights groups; BAARK, Proud Paws, ARK, and AFAR, are concerned that animals are not given proper care before they are euthanised.
Hundreds of students gathered at the Geoffrey Brown Auditorium at Queen’s College on October 25 to participate in a one-day conference during which Acting Minister of Education, Hubert Minnis, told the students that ‘tourism is everybody’s business.
Lieutenant Commander Herbert Bain returned home with a new degree and visionary insight for the maritime sector.