THE Friends of The Library Committee, Eleuthera, is stepping up to be friends for the community during the pandemic.
Standing against the recent spike in domestic violence incidences in the country, the Zonta Club of New Providence is readying to launch a campaign to “Stop Violence against Women, Girls and Children”.
The Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas are joining forces in an effort to end domestic violence.
NICOLE Lightbourn, who featured in Tribune Woman last week and who has been on a quest to find her biological mother, will sadly never have that reunion she has dreamt of all her life. After going public with her story about being adopted, Nicole learnt her birth mother Laurie Brennen passed away in 2006.
HOPING to have the same good fortune as his sister Nicole Lightbourne who was able to find her biological family, adopted brother Nathan Lightbourn is now on the same journey as his sister.
SINCE the recent grand opening of the “Hair Granted Beauty Supply Store” in Toronto, Canada, Bahamian owner Zhorrah Grant said the response she is receiving from Bahamians is amazing.
With 7pm weekly curfews and the food stores closed on weekends, it is harder than ever to figure out that never-ending question of what’s for dinner.
ALL NICOLE Lightbourne knows about her biological mother is her name “Laurie Brennen”, she gave birth to her in 1984 at the Princess Margaret Hospital and put her up for adoption three years later.
IT’S the little things that can make a difference.
Levita Thurston knows more than most the pain of domestic abuse.
FOR ten years, Amanda Coulson has led the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas - meaning the announcement of her departure as executive director marks the end of an era.
OUT of her own personal testimony of seeing God show up time and time again was born Veola Stewart’s newest single - which she believes will bring hope to those who hear it.
THROUGH HER web-based TV show titled Empowering Queens TV, Bahamian women Duquesa Dean is steady supporting and encouraging ladies to pursue their dreams, overcome limitations and to shatter boundaries in their lives.
THROUGH HER love for God, writing, family, the youth in the community, and life experiences over the years, Anna Lewis has turned her pain into poetry.
Facial hair and body hair, while considered attractive for men, is often ridiculed in women.