LIVING up to the brand’s reputation, K O Productions most definitely painted the town black on Saturday night as they hosted their 10th Annual BlackOut celebration.
THIS weekend, the comedic character who captured the hearts of Bahamians for more 15 years is making her final appearance. For many she was an inspiration, a source of laughter, a friend on stage; she was Dynamite Daisy.
FORGET Santa Claus, ‘80s R&B superstar Bobby Brown is coming to town.
THERE will be no beating around the bush during the upcoming ‘Straight Talk, No Chaser’ event featuring an all-male panel who will engage an all-female audience in raw, uncensored conversations about what really goes on in the hearts and minds of men.
A Bahamian produced show about movies and Caribbean cinema culture will have its international debut next month.
THE LOVE she has for Bahamian culture and the home-grown rake n’ scrape and Junkanoo beats adds the spice she needs to keep pushing her music skills and talent.
MUH BEY Dem Productions had a sweet holiday treat up their sleeves for party-goers last Saturday at the Bristol Wine & Spirits Grounds when they presented the “Bahamian Ting” live concert.
THE young members of the Dance Bahamas School danced their way into the hearts of their audiences last weekend in a holiday performance which was just a taste of what is to come from the company in 2015.
AS the face of Cable Bahamas, local music sensation Angelique Sabrina played a pivotal part in ensuring that the grand opening of the company’s newest flagship store in the Mall At Marathon was sensational.
IF YOU are excited about Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival in May 2015, but have not yet decided on a group to hit the streets and dance with during the Road March, you may just want to take a closer look at the Xtasy Band.
TEEN singing sensation Angelique Sabrina is topping off a successful year with the release of her first album, “One For The People”.
IT IS a feeling of pure bliss for singer Cambrell Poitier to have been selected as one of the semi finalists for the 2015 Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival CD Compilation.
CONCERT-GOERS are in a for an entertaining night as Fantastic Four Promotions is set to present two of the best reggae and dancehall performers on one stage for one night only.
IN A concert to benefit talented music majors at the College of the Bahamas, providing them with full scholarships, the Nassau Renaissance Singers (NRS) are excited to present their annual “Music For Christmas” holiday extravaganza.
FEAR of the unknown sometimes stifles even the most confident people when it comes to starting a new entrepreneurial venture. But artists Deborah Weech and Erma Saunders remain undaunted by the challenge and have now opened their very own gallery and boutique.