Junka-Fest is the newest cultural event to be launched in Grand Bahama.
As it was in the beginning, under the theme, Living the Way Nature Intended the 2014 Green Earth Festival (GEF) will once again grace the grounds of The Retreat Gardens, Bahamas National Trust (BNT).
It has been almost a year since I have put pen to paper to write in response to the former Mardi Gras debacle that has now morphed into Bahamas Carnival…
When I started in the music business back in the early eighties, being young and ignorant to nationalism, I never cared about defining an identity for our nation’s cultural expressions.
Spirits were jolly and bright in the Mistletoe Lounge during the Bahamas National Trusts’ Christmas Jollification 2013.
This year, Shakespeare in Paradise launches its 5th season and celebrates The Bahamas‘ 40th year of independence with a poster art exhibition at Popopstudios on Friday, September 27, 6:30-9pm.
Antigua and Barbuda’s minister of culture, voiced his disappointed at the lack of interest for CARIFESTA shown by most of his Caribbean colleagues.
Cat Island, the Rake-N-Scrape capital of the world, will be hosting its 15th Annual Cat Island Rake-N-Scrape Festival from June 6-8, 2013, in Arthur’s Town, Cat Island.
Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) hosted its annual BIFF 2012 Youth Film Workshops allowing students from five government schools to learn how to make a film in one day.