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STATESIDE: Trump insists tribute to heroes won't fall silent - but can he deliver?

The US annually commemorates its fallen military heroes on Memorial Day, creating the first three-day weekend of the summer at the end of May. For the past 32 years, one of the most impressive Memorial Day demonstrations has been organised by 74-year-old army veteran Artie Muller. He and a few associates started the motorcycle-driven Rolling Thunder rally in 1988, but have announced that this year’s huge assemblage will be the organisation’s last.

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Airport art boasts of Mangrove inspired tree of life

MOST airports are fast moving spaces. Even in the Bahamas, the newly renovated Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport fits the norm. However, the wide variety of art installed in the recently opened arrivals terminal is sure to slow a person down, if only for a passing gaze.

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YOUNG MAN'S VIEW: The Cabinet report

SINCE the general election in 2012, many people have been waiting for the much anticipated Christie renaissance. We’re all still waiting.

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Sports notes

ROADRUNNERS Track & Field Club is scheduled to host its 7th Annual Diana Lynn Thompson Track & Field Classic on Saturday.

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Baha Mar’s opening - in words and pictures

Richard Coulson and his daughter, Amanda, offer different but approving views of a landmark occasion . . .

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Violence, disempowerment and inequality

We have witnessed yet another act of awful violence against women captured on camera and then posted to social media without so much as a thought for what this says about the society we live in.

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The best of the FNM cabinet

IN this increasingly hyper-partisan and thorny political environment—in the face of a general election—I decided to rate the FNM’s best and worst ministers from 2007 to 2012, measuring the ministerial performances of each and rating them on a scale from one to five. Last week’s YMV column listed the one-star, bottom-tier ministers who I felt had mismanaged the sky-high expectations of the Bahamian people.

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Revival of the sponging industry

A million-dollar project aimed at promoting new harvesting and business practices will allow a once thriving Bahamian enterprise to captalise on a natural bounty. Keesha Bethell reports