Sports should be a vehicle to develop good character, to make people courageous, loyal, generous losers, and gracious victors.
Why is our government planning our 40th independence celebrations making the highlight of the main events foreign musical artists? So, we are going to celebrate 40 years of being Bahamian by celebrating the artistry of foreigners?
Recording artist and marketer Margaret “Believe” Glynatsis’ recent appointment as A&R Director of Veal-Steen Music Publishing-Bahamas division may very well be the key that local artists have been waiting for.
Participants in the Governor General’s Youth Award honoured the life and legacy of Bahamian nation builder, renowned scholar and community activist, the late Dr. Keva M. Bethel.
Reader pays tribute to Trez Hepburn who was an entertainer, mother and dear friend to many, and whose contributions to the music industry in The Bahamas were immense.
This is a grave loss for our country and for the thousands of Bahamians whose lives were touched by this remarkable human being and nationalist over the course of his more than forty years of distinguished service to the Bahamian people.
Actor and travel writer Andrew McCarthy relates his brief encounter with Prince Harry on Harbour Island, where the Royal’s six-minute visit had the island abuzz.
The Hunger Games star Lenny Kravitz talks about how he was approached for the role while recording his album in the Bahamas and how he became attached to the films.
Having graduated this year from Auburn University as the most decorated woman in the Bulldogs’ history Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace has decided to continue as a professional swimmer.