Being a modern-day woman in the Bahamas can get complicated. And no one knows that better than comedienne Tracy Ann Perpall.
Under the name “Brooke & Lee”, two sisters, Adria McCardy and Kristi Collie, are aiming to give new meaning to evangelism.
You walk into a store to find a beautifully put together young mother with her toddler shopping in the store. All seems well until the little person starts throwing a fit.
Let’s be honest, a massive number of people are living a life of sitting small rather than standing tall. Not because they can’t stand tall, but because they don’t know how.
Gender, the way it is defined and lived, and gendered relations are usually determined by culture. As research shows us, the way we live in a place usually relates to the environment and the history, as well as the economics and geography of the place.
Let’s talk about the culture of homes with no income, only an unemployed mother, no father but many baby daddies
New moms often face many challenges just after giving birth. Every birth journey is different, but all of them are challenging, exhausting and involve some sort of recovery time.
REBEKAH Brice’s passion for baking started at the age of seven as she assisted her grandmother with baking and soon learned how to decorate cakes herself.
Molestation, neglect and homosexuality are just some of the topics Melissa Pratt addresses in her new book “Broken”, which gives a candid look at some of the ordeals the Bahamian author had to overcome in her life.
IF Karen Farrington’s constant interest in caring for persons in need at a young age was not an indication that she would one day become a healthcare professional, her fascination with toy doctor sets and pretending to give injections to everyone around her was a sure giveaway.
Entrepreneur Deanna Wilson is back for the second year in a row with her unique shopping party.
Pregnancy is an amazing time in a woman’s life. There are so many new things happening with her body, both physically and emotionally, and it’s hard to keep up with all that is going on.
There is making decisions and then there is what many call “informed” decisions.
Progress is often sold as a package that takes something from someone else.
At age 13 it was clear to Bahamian author Leshea “Sapphire J” Jones that she had something to say and something to share.