SAMPLING the foods and beverages of faraway places, mixing and mingling with other cultures, and just having a great time overall was what hundreds of Bahamians experienced last weekend at the 19th Annual International Cultural Festival.
THE Vendetta Group took over the stage at the International Cultural Festival over the weekend, performing numerous songs that had the crowd moving and dancing.
A HUGE opportunity awaits the Bahamian group The HD Boyz when they participate in the “Beast of the Beats” competition next month.
A NEW carnival group is inviting Bahamians to be a part of its “mighty love empire” in an effort to showcase the myriad of talent that exists in the country at next year’s inaugural Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival.
SANDALS is the place to be this Saturday when the luxury all-inclusive resort hosts its second annual Vibes On The Island concert.
THEY are known as some of the most prolific hitmakers in the Bahamas, and now Dillon “D-Mac” McKenzie and MDeez are joining forces to launch a one-of-kind nightclub experience for mature party-goers.
The date has been set and it’s official, former Miss Bahamas Celeste Marshall will be travelling to China next year to once again represent the Bahamas on the international pageant stage.
WITH a focus on fostering an environment where young adults can evolve, a new programme called EEVO Bahamas recently held its official launch event at the British Colonial Hilton.
ALL THOSE in search of a good laugh last Saturday headed on down to the National Centre for the Performing Arts on Shirley Street for a night of comedy entertainment
A SHIP is sailing in to Nassau Harbour with passengers who have one goal in mind – to reach Nirvana Beach for the most revolutionary ‘Day Party’ held on New Providence to date.
COMEDY show lovers know that when the name Phat Groove Entertainment pops up on an event flyer they are in for a good time.
WITH ONLY a few more days to go, the largest international festival to hit the Bahamas is gearing up for its 19th edition.
“THE Black Moses”, a film on the life of the ‘Father of the Nation’, the late Sir Lynden Pindling, had its theatrical release in New York and Nassau on October 10.
LIKE MOST deejays, Krino “DJ KD” Deleveaux’s inspiration to get behind a mixing board stems from his love for music.
By FARAH Tribune Features Writer