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.
HER TRANSITION from mainstream news to communications relations gave Sasha Lightbourne the extra time and energy to create, produce and host her very own food related web show.
FOR three days last weekend local artisans took over Pompey Square as they displayed their crafts in the Authentically Bahamian Marketplace Christmas show.
FORMER college star fullback Keith Miller is the only opera singer who can talk about “tackling an aria” the way a football player talks about tackling opponents on the gridiron.
BAHAMIAN designer Javotte Bethel is getting ready to unveil some her newest creations during an inaugural couture fashion show.
THE Salus Project Gallery will officially open its Bahamian Collection exhibition tomorrow night.
FOR THE past weeks, the hashtag after nearly every post on the Illmaculate Conceptions Facebook page read “#comingsoon”. It was letting Bahamian fashion lovers know that a new clothing label was about to make its debut.
ONE of the things that make the festive season an even more enjoyable time is attending events that spread Christmas cheer.
VETERAN vendors and newcomers alike enjoyed the latest instalment of the Bahamas National Trust’s Jollification where they got the chance to display their wares and expand their clientele.
This week’s beauties of the ball got dressed to the nines for the Pilot Club of Nassau’s 32nd annual ‘Thanks for the Memories’ ball at the Meliá Nassau Beach Resort.
THE GRAND Bahama Artist Association’s Thanksgiving exhibition has always been one of the island’s largest displays of art which aims to push the boundaries and explore various subject matters.
SELF-PROCLAIMED sophomore reggae band Willis and the Illest hope to harness and showcase the power of music in their new music video for an unreleased Bob Marley track “Real Good Time/Bass is Heavy”.
ART enthusiasts will be able to travel back in time when an exhibition that takes a look at Bahamian art spanning 100 years opens this Friday.
WHEN Khiara Sherman released her first song over a decade ago, there were no social media avenues such as YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to help push her music. Today, these popular mediums have allowed her to independently share her talent with a larger audience.