The Bahamian American Cultural Society captured the Award for Best Cultural Dress at the Sixth Annual African Day Parade held in New York City.
The Kamalamee Organization embarked on their very first mission to pay tribute to those that have significantly impacted the cultural and economic landscape of Freeport and The Bahamas
The Queen’s College Foundation announces the 2012/2013 Foundation Scholar, Vonria Johnson. The award recognizes students who demonstrate motivation in their pursuit of education.
Bahamian painter Sheldon Saint recently won several awards for his various works of art including the BoldBrush July 2012 Art Competition for his painting “Old Shoes.”
Every Thursday evening for the past six weeks, more than 125 BTC staff members left stress behind, headed to Mario’s, sunk their fingers into a bowling ball and kept their eye on the prize.
Cia Monet’s Beauties at Brunch latest installment went to Abaco on August 5th to celebrate of 50 years of women’s suffrage, at the Abaco Beach Resort.
In what can only be described as an historic moment, Atlantis was the site of a meeting between The Bahamas’ original ‘Golden Knight’ Sir Durwood Knowles and the 2012 4×400 Men’s Relay Olympic Gold Medalists.
Hundreds lined the streets of New Providence August 18 to see and touch the winners of the men’s 4 x 400 metres London Olympics gold medal during a Float Parade.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company celebrated the victory of the Bahamas’ newest sports celebrities Ramon Miller, Demetrius Pinder, Chris Brown and Michael Mathieu – dubbed “Golden Knights”.