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Cat Island celebrates rake n' scrape

BAHAMIAN culture and music were celebrated during the Rake n’ Scrape Festival held in Cat Island over the holiday weekend.

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SWAN SONG OF THE FLAMINGO

THE streets of Old Havana, Cuba come alive with the sounds of salsa; the pulse of the drums and the rhythmic vibrations of the guitars beckon pedestrians into the bars and restaurants along the main strip.

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Salute to Miller-Uibo, our 'Diamond queen'

With the rhythmic sounds of the junkanoo music playing in the background, ‘Golden Girl’ Shaunae Miller-Uibo was ushered through a parade of workers at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.The vis

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Bahamas day event

THE Ministry of Tourism and Aviation's third annual Bahamas Day aviation and cultural event will take place on February 25 in Florida. The event, sponsored by the Bahamas government, will be held this year at Miami Executive Aviation in

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Cuba looks to youth to recover faded boxing glory

By ANNE-MARIE GARCIA Associated Press HAVANA (AP) -- Lazaro Perez jabs rhythmically at his rival in a steamy Havana gym, dancing, feinting and punctuating each blow with a grunt. After the final bell, he thrusts a weary arm skyward in triumph, and a proud

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Cuba looks to youth to recover faded boxing glory

By ANNE-MARIE GARCIA Associated Press HAVANA (AP) -- Lazaro Perez jabs rhythmically at his rival in a steamy Havana gym, dancing, feinting and punctuating each blow with a grunt. After the final bell, he thrusts a weary arm skyward in triumph, and a proud

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Ready for summer junkanoo

BAY Street will come alive with the sounds of goat skin drums, horns and cow bells as entertainers from every major Junkanoo group will showcase their talents in the much-anticipated Junkanoo Summer Festival. The event will take place every Friday and Saturday during July.

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Ricky Carey releases new single

BAHAMIAN singer and Grammy Award winner Rik Carey is taking time to develop his solo portfolio with the release of his latest single, “No Ordinary Fling”.

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I want to have my Junkanoo, bro

How dare they? Talking bout there will be no Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade; talking bout there will be no New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade.

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Under-18 Boys win gold and bronze in high jump

St George’s, Grenada — If there was one event at the Carifta Games where the Bahamas could look for a medal on the field, it was the high jump.

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Celebrating society's "Beautiful Warriors"

INSPIRED by the stories of women and nature’s colour palette, and with an admiration for the old and appreciation for the new, fine artist and graphic designer Philece R presents her solo exhibit

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Artists honour those who maintain 'pulse' of the nation

The Salus Project dedicated its latest exhibition “Pulse” to raising awareness for heart disease in children in the Bahamas.

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Walk for the Cure campaign sets sights on $100,000 target

CIBC FirstCaribbean launched its 6th annual “Walk for the Cure” campaign this week with a press conference at their Shirley Street headquarters.The popular fundraising event held during cancer awareness month each year is set for Sunday, October 1, a

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Gymnasts to make debut at Sr Pan Am Championships

Gymnastics Federation of the Bahamas gymnasts are expected to compete in the 2014 Senior Pan American Championships August 25 to September 1 in Mississauga, just outside of Toronto, Canada. This represents the first time Bahamians will be competing in such a prestigious event.  

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Sheryl Crow lights up Atlantis Live

SOAKING up the Bahamian sun with her young brood, pop-rock star Sheryl Crow lit up the Atlantis Live stage last weekend and gave show-goers a glimpse of what’s to come as she continues her feet-first plunge into the country music genre.

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World Relays deserve Grade A

Brent Stubbs has covered many international track and field meets as The Tribune’s Senior Sports Reporter. This weekend’s World Relays in Nassau compare more than favourably to those he says and fully merits an A grade.

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The legacy continues - Aldo Stubbs and Friends to host praise concert

LEGACY is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past. This is the case in the life of Aldo Stubbs.

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Swimmers come home to prepare for CARIFTA

ON their return home to prepare for the CARIFTA Swimming Championships, Izaak Bastian and siblings Samuel and Salene Gibson travelled on the same Bahamasair flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with the Bahamas’ three gold medal teams in the CARIFTA Water Polo Championships in Jamaica.

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Bahamas give IAAF World Relays a golden finish

THERE was nothing sweeter than winning the first gold medal for Team Bahamas in the third edition of the IAAF/BTC World Relays in the new mixed event at the two-day competition on Sunday night at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.

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‘Tank’ Williams becomes head trainer for Sarah Mahfoud

BAHAMIAN heavyweight boxer Sherman “Tank” Williams has transitioned to the sidelines for the first time in his storied career and became the head trainer for Sarah Mahfoud as she chases titles in women’s boxing. Mahfoud (10-0), the current IBF featherweight title holder, is set to face Amanda Serrano (38-1-1) on December 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada with Williams in her corner for the second consecutive fight.

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