A YOUNG CALIFORNIA fashion and design student is exploring her Bahamian roots, weaving together the threads of two different worlds.
Once again we have stepped into a discussion of violence. Violence has been equated with masculine behaviour.
Today is the third day of December. Isn’t amazing that we are at the beginning of the last month of 2013, and the familiar holiday hustle again lurks around the corner.
THE BAHAMAS Zonta Club, the Bureau of Women’s Affairs, and the Bahamas Crisis Centre reaffirmed their commitment to eradicating violence against women and children during the official launch of the ‘Say No To Violence’ campaign yesterday.
John Dinkelman, US Chargé d’Affaires, said: “It is a pleasure to be here with you today as we stand together to eliminate violence against women.
Social change is a broad concept, which may refer to the notion of social progress and/or social evolution. For the purpose of this article, I refer to social change relative to deliberate progress towards improved social outcomes.
Last week we talked about the creation of an underclass of “Bahaitians” who feel anger over their complete isolation from society.
A NEW party event created by Bahamian Monique Brown caters to the demands of self proclaimed “shopaholics”.
With all of this talk about VAT as a form of taxation, I believe that the real VAT lies in our capacity to engage in Value Added Thinking. Many are convinced that if their money is devalued they will surely die or at best lose themselves. Money however is replaceable.
FEAR of the unknown sometimes stifles even the most confident people when it comes to starting a new entrepreneurial venture. Yet young Bahamian Anya Fernander remains undaunted by the challenge of owning and operating her own business.
The majority of people reading this question will automatically look outward for answers, rather than inward. Having bought into the popular delusion that someone else is more responsible for meeting their needs than they are, they will assess the degree to which others are meeting their needs, opposed to how they are meeting their own needs.
In November 2012, Zonta International launched a global “Say NO” campaign in an effort to raise awareness and help eradicate violence against women and girls.
While the mere mortals amongst us were dressing up as Miley Cyrus or a Roaring 20s diva for our Halloween parties last Saturday, Hollywood’s finest got dressed to the nines to honour film director Martin Scorsese and British artist David Hockney at the annual LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Art + Film Gala).
LESSONS learned during food and nutrition class in high-school have become a major part of Keishanne Moss’ career development. The 19 year old Bahamian student is about to jet set to Europe to pursue a career as a professional chef, and it all started with the inspiration of her high school cooking classroom.
ONCE is too much when it comes to domestic violence. This message is highlighted in a public service announcement by Bahamian entertainer Tracy Ann Perpall. The short film, “Roses”, directs attention to the very prevalent issue of domestic violence by pointing out red flag behaviour of abusers and encouraging reflection on the problem.