When Bahamas Speed Week 2012 kicks off in late November, there may be some surprisingly familiar faces under those racing helmets.
More than 50 members of the Antique Auto Club helped make Bahamas Speed Week Revival a reality last year. This year, event organizers paid special tribute to the club that has served as its right arm.
A rededication ceremony was held on August 12 for the recently restored Church of St Mary the Virgin, in Old Bight, Cat Island – “a place of great history”.
More than 70 women were honoured on Friday, July 6 for their efforts in advancing the cause of women in the country. The five principal honourees fought feverishly to gain equal rights for women.
The highly anticipated fashion event by Cia Monet to commemorate the 50th anniversary of women’s suffrage and honour great women of The Bahamas is set for Sunday, June 24th at Pelican Bay Hotel.
Floridia resident Annie Potts, director of the Bahamas Lighthouse Preservation Society, is working to ensure that the historic Elbow Reef Lighthouse in the Bahamas will remain a beacon of hope forever.
“Bimini Road” discovered in the Bahamas in 1968, reveals secrets about the mystery of the legendary lost city of Atlantis – an advanced civilization buried in the sea as a result of the evil of its leaders.
Beauties at Brunch, Sunday, May 6 at Compass Point, aims to celebrate the Women’s Suffrage Movement by bringing awareness to women’s rights in The Bahamas.
When Sir Lynden gave his farewell address before the House of Assembly in July 1997 he acknowledged Christie and Ingraham. Yet, he saved his final praise for the latter whom he described as “the most illustrious protégé of mine thus far”.