Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) is known for its surprises. You go into the event knowing who you are looking forward to hearing and seeing, but you never know which artist will make you a new fan of theirs, simply because of their performance at JITG. Back, for its 12th installment, Jazz in the Gardens […]
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The first Fantastic Friday of the year was a complete success!
Exterior GOLD Coast, Australia: As the athletic competition at the XXI Commonwealth Games came to a close on Saturday night at the Carrara Stadium, the men’s 4 x 4 relay team of Ojay Ferguson, Teray Smith, Stephen Newbold and Alonzo Russell provided one more reason for the Bahamas to celebrate.
Aliv is excited to have partnered yet again with the Freedom Farm Baseball League to kick of its 2018 season. The new season got underway on Saturday. The action-packed day kicked off with a church service held at Holy Cross Anglican Church followed by a march from Aliv’s headquarters to the Freedom Farm baseball fields […]
To tackle what is being described as a crisis of bed shortages at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that elective surgery will be discontinued indefinitely as of today until the shortage eases. Seventeen patients were admitted to hospital on Wednesday, but there were no beds “anywhere in […]
The road to healthy living often requires a complete mental and physical reset. For consumers leading busy lives, incorporating healthy habits on a daily basis is often challenging. By the end of the first quarter of each year many have abandoned resolutions that can lead to healthier lifestyles. To combat this trend, Solomon’s Fresh Market […]
One-hundred and eleven Jubilee Gardens residents have filed a class action lawsuit against the government and Renew Bahamas, claiming their health and that of their families, and the enjoyment of their homes, have been impacted by fires and hazardous smoke from the New Providence Landfill for years. In a writ filed by Fred Smith, QC, […]
Yesterday marked 22 days until Bahamas carnival and, from my interactions with folks coming in to party with us fellow Bahamians, there appears to be a lot of hype surrounding this year’s carnival. Even better is the social media advertising that promises that May 4–6 there will be a line-up of artists the likes of […]