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Visual artists keep Jackson’s memory alive at Fash|Art

FOR the second consecutive year an Abaco artist took home the Jackson Burnside Emerging Visual Artist showcase during Fash|Art 2013. Zyandric Jones, an Abaco native won for his intriguing submission of Three Sisters: Prelude to Tragedy.

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Frederick Bain

In the year 1975, a period in the life of our country when the fascination and intrigue of travelling abroad and the haunting images of opportunity of success especially in the United States, preoccupied our minds.

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Frightening tale of hit on economies

Some time ago, I read a rather intriguing book entitled, “The Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man”.

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Swift Justice

Re: Attorney General Urges Parliamentarians To Be Cautious In Comments On Gray.

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Political 'dinosaurs' are here to stay

I always find the proposition intriguing when commentators or columnists anticipate the likely death of the Bahamian two-party establishment as a third party seemingly gains ground. Nicole Burrows is the most recent columnist to raise this spectre as she foresees the political dynamic shifting steadily in the Democratic National Alliance’s favour.

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Giving a glimpse of life in the past Fort Charlotte

RAQUEL Davis is selling her wares like her great-grandmother 100 years before her – from a straw basket made from Andros plait, lifting, gently turning, holding out each sugar apple, soursop and fresh pear for the ‘buyer’ to examine.

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Rollins on thin ice

FORT Charlotte Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Dr Andre Rollins’ recent threat to divulge damning information relating to his friend Renward Wells’ signing of a $600m plus letter of intent with Stellar Waste Energy has all but eroded any vestige of goodwill that remained for him within the PLP among its leadership and its base of votaries.

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Bryan Cee releases Long Lost Brother

Bryan Cee releases Long Lost Brother By Farah IT was a visit to Jamaica which inspired the soulful song "Long Lost Brother" by Bryan Cooper. The similarities between his homeland and Jamaica were nothing less than intriguing, and fueled the passion th

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Aspiring businesswomen empower each other

FEAR of the unknown has stopped many a Bahamian woman with intriguing ideas from starting her own business, initiative or programme.

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Bimini resort hosts leading tournament

Hemingway, Playboy, running with the bulls (sharks that is), seaplane landings and take-offs, a sunset serenade with country artist Craig Morgan and 3,400 pounds of wahoo made for one of the Bahamas’ most intriguing fishing tournaments in recent memory.

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Abaco artist captures 'Burnside' inspired award

HOPE Town artist Attila Feszt was the winner of the Jackson Burnside Emerging Visual Artist showcase at Fash|Art 2012. The Abaco native won for his intriguing submission of “Fat Cat”, “Abaco Roadkill” and “Ghost Move Number 2”.

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City Markets holds shareholder meeting

INVESTMENT analysts are intrigued by the now-defunct Bahamas Supermarkets’ decision to hold a shareholder meeting today, with most anticipating it is intended to complete the company’s formal winding-up and dissolution.

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BNT adds another fundraiser as part of 60th celebrations

The Bahamas National Trust has launched a new fundraiser as part of its 60th anniversary celebrations.

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History of Shell Saxons Superstars told in new book

UNTOLD stories of the Shell Saxons Superstars Junkanoo group are brought to life in a new book by Junkanoo legend Dr Emmanuel Francis.

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Bahamas Bowl set to feature high-scoring teams

THE 2017 Bahamas Bowl features a matchup of high scoring teams as two of the hottest squads in their conferences get ready to set the stage for an intriguing game. The University of Ohio Bobcats and UAB Blazers will both enter the December 22 contes

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EDITORIAL: Confusion and intrigue in British politics

STUDENTS of British politics are normally taught that the nation’s well established electoral system of first-past-the-post is straightforward and has stood the test of time in the Westminster model of parliamentary democracy.

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Ayton posts double double, Suns blow out Pelicans

PHOENIX (AP) — Chris Paul played OK. Devin Booker had one of his least productive games in recent memory. The Suns’ best two players didn’t really do much in an intriguing matchup between two of the league’s rising teams.

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Galleries finalise plans for 2014 exhibits

DOONGALIK Studios and Liquid Courage Gallery will present intriguing and experimental art shows throughout the year. The two local art galleries also promise to be a place where Bahamian art continues to flourish.

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Reading programme helps children to learn every day

AS a part of the BTC Learning Everyday initiative, Centreville Primary’s Grade 3C class enjoyed a morning of laughter and entertainment last week. BTC’s endorsed talent Tyrone Burrows led an engaging reading session of “The Elephant’s Boast” by Susan

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Turnquest goes quietly – for now: 'I will have more to say about the allegations made against me and the actors that have perpetuated it'

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis accepted Peter Turnquest’s resignation as deputy prime minister and minister of finance yesterday evening, ending nearly a week of political intrigue after the East Grand Bahama MP was named in a Supreme Court lawsuit relating to an alleged $27m fraud.

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