When Gina Smith discovered a lump in her breast a few years ago she found herself in a predicament that many Bahamian women face: she did not have enough money and health insurance to immediately cover the expenses of a mammogram.
THE roller coaster ride that took Chantel O’Brian through three Miss World Bahamas competitions, with the third time being a charm, is now making a stop at the international pageant stage.
AS A young Bahamian educator, Shonelle Mcphee has vowed that she will tread a path of excellence imparting wisdom, providing direction and shaping the dreams of her students.
AS PART of its “Mission in Ministry”, St Matthew’s Sunrise Choir and Friends will present its ninth annual Christmas production this weekend.
CONCERT-GOERS are in a for an entertaining night as Fantastic Four Promotions is set to present two of the best reggae and dancehall performers on one stage for one night only.
FEAR of the unknown sometimes stifles even the most confident people when it comes to starting a new entrepreneurial venture. But artists Deborah Weech and Erma Saunders remain undaunted by the challenge and have now opened their very own gallery and boutique.
AS REACH Bahamas continues to commemorate its 15th year of raising awareness of autism in the country, the organisation has renewed its focus and will take an even more active approach in educating Bahamians about the neurodevelopmental disorder going forward.
LEAVING her post as the assistant educational officer at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas was not an easy decision to make, however, Jordia Benjamin decided to take a leap of faith this past summer and moved to Missouri to accept a place at the prestigious St Louis Art Museum (SLAM).
THE AUDACIOUS character of Dynamite Daisy, played by Terez Davis-Nixon, has since significantly evolved since her introduction to Bahamian audiences 14 years ago.
THE FAMILY of the second black Bahamian Anglican priest, Fr Marshall Cooper, has organised several events to celebrate his legacy.