Independent Woman has a fascinating tale of baron Brian de Breffny and his wife, Ulli de Breffny, who died in Malta last month and was once married to Sir Stafford Sands.
I cannot watch this charade any longer. I keep remembering the songs “Send in the Downs” and “Fools Rush In’. But nothing could be more disingenuous when a man who knows better, intentionally does not do better.
The commemorative stamps have been produced in observance of the 150th Anniversary of the establishment of the Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands as well as the establishment of the City of Nassau.
The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas and the Grand Bahama Port Authority have got to produce a documentary film on the life of Wallace Groves.
Armand Pfister, born in Nassau, went on to form the The Sons of Temperance, an organization that became a powerful antebellum temperance society.
Coral Harbour South Home Owners Association has announced its victory in the battle to save the Pink Walls of Coral Harbour from destruction by developer Tony Joudi.
Pundit Larry Smith took a ride on the underground railroad of Bahamian music when he visited the Youngie & Exuma Exhibition at Doongalik Studios.
Today, had he lived, internationally renowned Bahamian folk guitarist Joseph Spence would have turned 100. Though largely unknown in the…
At the root of the country’s hatred and hostility towards Haitians is the fact that Haiti is the Bahamas’ biggest secret, with the roots of a vast many Bahamians lodged deeply in Haitian ancestry.