AFTER capturing the Little Miss Bahamas title four years ago, a former beauty queen Angel Knowles is pursuing another dream.
THREE lucky youngsters who competed in the Graycliff Chocolatier’s Easter Egg Contest will saw their creations made into chocolate treats which are being displayed to the public.
The National Dance School of the Bahamas held its annual recital last weekend, bringing together hundreds of parents and supporters for a full house.
NOW that the biggest local art tour has come to a close, Bahamian photographer Dominic Cant is focusing his lens on a unique project that will raise funds for Bahamas National Trust.
HIS CREATIVE technique and energetic flow are the hallmarks that make DJ Sampler one-of-a-kind.
EVEN IF you’re not from the Family Islands, there is always something about homecoming and regatta festivals that create a sense of community spirit.
LIKE the international rapper Meek Mill says in his popular “Dreams & Nightmares” song, “Hold up, wait a minute, y’all thought I was finished.”
Aspiring Chef Selva Hudson of NGM Major High School in Long Island emerged as winner of the National All-Island Junior Young Chef competition sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour.
THIS year’s Transforming Spaces Art Tour has come and gone, but for the next few weeks enthusiasts can marvel at the “high-water mark” left by the multidisciplinary super group of local and international artists who came together for the event’s 10th instalment under the theme of “Water”.
IN AN exhibition presented by the Central Bank of the Bahamas last Thursday, an international collective of artists came together to showcase recent works in what they called “Plastico Fantastico”.
The Bahamas National Youth Choir has announced Garrad Rigby as its guest artist for the 2014 concert season.
BACK with not one or two, but three new songs, Julien “Believe” Thompson is all about “taking the 242 forward”.
BAHAMIAN musician Ordain Moss is proving that there is more than one way to give back. The soulful singer released a new single that aids the cause of fighting hunger in the Bahamas.
BAHAMIAN filmmaker Andrew Beckford is getting set for the premiere of his new film, “Chained: Island In The Sun”. Mr Beckford recently completed his debut film, which he considers a four-year “labour of love project”. The film – which has the tag line, “A Tale of Courage and Bravery” – will be released tomorrow at Galleria Cinema JFK.