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Properties ‘damaged’ by sandblasting at BORCO

AT least two residents of Pinder’s Point claim that their properties were damaged because of sandblasting activities at the nearby BORCO plant.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Doing Justice to artistic potential

I have always been encouraged by the wealth of art interpretations displayed in various forms by many Bahamians. And it is just as overwhelming to finally catch up with a youngster who is not only a cartoonist but multi-talented, business minded and truly cares about society’s destiny.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: The art of having a constant focus

Albert Einstein says: “Creativity is just intelligence having fun.” Marie Evans, who has splashed and dabbed her paint brush across her canvas for many years, epitomises this description. And she is now sharing her passion as a Fine Art artist.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: The blessings from your design career

The name ‘deketaDesigns’ is synonymous with versatility and style, and Tonika Cox, a young entrepreneur and graphic designer, is starting to make a name for herself in this industry. While browsing online and looking for new trends, she offers to share a few tips regarding her career.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Nailing down true forms of creativity

Reva Dean, pictured, is quickly becoming a popular household name in our community. This young lady makes magic wherever she goes, using her creative charm and ability to maximum effect.This lady, who wears many hats as a play writer, author, relatio

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Architecture careers becoming an art form

Since the modernist movement in architecture in the early 1900s, building design has focused on expressing itself as a unique entity, becoming more expressive as art rather than architecture.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Design veteran who makes a statement

The quote, “if you don’t build your dreams, someone will hire you to help build theirs”, was coined by Tony Gaskins and holds true for many procrastinators. But not for Cedric Storr, whose name has always being synonymous with the Bahamian design world.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: The flowering of creativity

It is often said that not all gifts are created equal, which is something that design trendsetter, Machelle Brown, can attest to. This designer is often referred to as a “cut above the rest” in her field, as she produces impressive designs throughout

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‘Q’ Ferguson doesn’t advance to 100m finals

BEIJING, China — Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson would have liked to run faster, but she’s still trying to fathom what went wrong in her first round of the women’s 100 metres at the 5th IAAF World Championships on Sunday morning.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Designer says creativity given wings by church

Kristoff Rolle is not just a graphic designer, photographer or videographer, but a well-known presence on social media. Understanding that technology has no boundaries, he has an extraordinary talent and a mission to take online platforms and live st

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Taking Junkanoo to the world stage

Angelique "Junkanoo Goddess” McKay is a household name not only to Junkanoo and Bahamian culture but throughout the world.

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The secret to a love that lasts

To celebrate February as the month of love, Tribune Woman will be taking a closer look at successful, long-term relationships, interviewing couples who think they’ve found the secret to true and lasting romance. Today, we speak to Derek and Lashanta Smith who have been married for 10 years and have four children together.

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Crafting clients for life

Carpentry is truly an art of its kind, especially when a wooden log that has passed through a carpenter’s hand earns its identity, character or appeal once crafted.

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Persuading clients to see his vision

Do you believe that the only time we should ever look back in life is to see how far we have come? This is certainly something to ponder, considering the many challenges, failures and disappointments that sometimes seem to follow us daily.

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BTC union update

ALTHOUGH hurricane Sandy has slowed the Bahamas Telecommunications and Public Managers Union's efforts to have a senior official reinstated, Talbot Collie, president, says the options are being reviewed.

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Sharing their love stories

VERY couple has their own, unique story about how their relationship came to be.

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A vision for a successful marriage

Married for half a decade, Glenn and Keshelle Davis say they have a successful relationship because they were able to master the art of vision planning and recognise the importance of continuously finding purpose in the interconnected lives they agreed to when they said “I do”.

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Residents and businesses affected by BORCO plant odours

FOUL odours emanating from the BORCO plant have continued to permeate the Pinder’s Point area of Grand Bahama this week, affecting residents and businesses along Queen’s Highway West.

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THE ART OF GRAPHIX: Putting a face on painting creativity

The name ‘Candy Clowns’ has created a sparkle in the eyes and heart of every child who is looking for the experience of a lifetime. This face painting business can be seen all over town at fairs, fun days, promotional events and parties.

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