EIGHT Bahamian women – considered matriarchs and legends for their outstanding community work – are to be honoured next weekend at the inaugural Events of a Lifetime evening.
By JEFFARAH GIBSON
By KIRKLAND H PRATT
By DR IAN BETHEL BENNETT
By ALESHA CADET
LEAVING her post as the assistant educational officer at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas was not an easy decision to make, however, Jordia Benjamin decided to take a leap of faith this past summer and moved to Missouri to accept a place at the prestigious St Louis Art Museum (SLAM).
SHE is a poet, author, performer, band manager, promoter and booking agent, and now Michelle Hanna has opened the stage for other Bahamians artists to share their talents at the ‘Open Mic’ sessions.
THE EVENT that is known for painting the town black for one night will celebrate its 10th year anniversary under the theme “Let loose” on December 20.
THE status quo is an important aspect of a society. It makes people feel safe.
HOW does that saying go again, ‘Talk is cheap but money buy land’?
IT was an afternoon of glamorous designs, fabulous hats and elegant gloves as Bahamian ladies helped to raise money to repair the hearts of children.
MINISTER of Social Services and Community Development Melanie Griffin launched “Women’s Week” with remarks at the morning worship service at the Church of God of Prophecy, East Street, on Sunday.
By MICHELLE MILLER
IN HONOUR of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Bahamian success coach and author Sharell Carroll said she is excited to present her third annual Constellations Professional Mixer this Thursday where she hopes to encourage individuals to “be amazing” in their own unique way.
COSMETIC gynaecology has steadily been gaining momentum in recent years, with more and more women looking at it as a viable option for a range of problems.