Friendship, love and the complexities of modern dating are the topics explored by the humourous play “The Good Girl’s Guide to Love and Romance” by author Davrielle Burrows.
Of the estimated 35,000 persons living with diabetes in the Bahamas, several hundred turned up to a special symposium this past weekend to hear important information and receive support in coping with the disease.
AS a result of her personal struggles with uterine fibroids, Santina Smith has founded a support organisation for women who are undergoing treatment for the condition and those who are coping with early menopause as a result of hysterectomies.
TO see her dream unfold right before her eyes has been a gratifying experience for fashion enthusiast Jamie Bastian.
SHE HAS had many job titles over the years but above all, for Candice Treco, massage therapy is the one that she has experienced the longest and grown most fond of.
IN MEMORY of the late youth pastors Lavard and Radel Parks who died in the November 9 plane crash, the Christian Youth Leadership Network will play host to its first National Youth Meeting.
FOR three days last weekend local artisans took over Pompey Square as they displayed their crafts in the Authentically Bahamian Marketplace Christmas show.
HER TRANSITION from mainstream news to communications relations gave Sasha Lightbourne the extra time and energy to create, produce and host her very own food related web show.
IN A concert to benefit talented music majors at the College of the Bahamas, providing them with full scholarships, the Nassau Renaissance Singers (NRS) are excited to present their annual “Music For Christmas” holiday extravaganza.
TAKING its breast cancer awareness initiative beyond just a month or a single event, the Bahamas Waste company continues to promote its efforts with the help of its now famous Big Pink Truck.