Joining forces for a good cause, the second annual Salt Cay Writers Retreat partnered with local businesses and organisations to present an evening of readings by three New York Times and international bestselling authors.
Nearly seven decades after it opened its doors selling pure Irish linens, The Linen Shop is celebrating its re-launch, bringing back to Bay Street the first book store in the downtown area in more than five years.
Hundreds of local students are discovering something new and special on the menu at school, thanks to McDonald’s, and while that something has little to do with Big Macs and Happy Meals, it has a whole lot to do with happiness itself.
Allie MacPhail signed copies of her new children’s book “Sammy The Snail” at McDonald’s during the fast food restaurant’s popular weekly McHappy Hour.
Family therapist Allie MacPhail will autograph her just-released work, a children’s book titled ‘Sammy the Snail’, during McHappy Hour at McDonald’s on Marlborough Street January 30.
The 2014 Bahamas Handbook is a special 624-page blockbuster, full of intriguing articles and stunning photography that will appeal to everyone
Etienne Dupuch Jr presented the New York-based Bahamian American Cultural Society Inc, with a compendium of past and present copies of the company’s books and magazines.
Doongalik Studios will host the launch of Rosemary Clarice Hanna’s book, “Pictorial History and Memories of Nassau’s Over-The-Hill” Thursday, 28th February, 2013, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
“A Girl Called Nettie: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love”, is an intimate account of Netica Symonette’s life over the past seven decades.