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Wednesday 5th September 2012 8:00 PM
Soooo....Preseason is almost over and one week from today, The Magic Starts! September 5th @ 8:30pm Dallas Cowboys VS. New York Giants Specials For The Night $3.00 Draft During the Game... During The Game First Order of Wings Full Price Second Order 50% off 16 wings Naked, Hot as Hell, Guava BBQ, Asian Sensation. 32 Wings Naked, Hot as Hell, Guava BBQ, Asian Sensation. Don't Be Late!!! Game Starts @ 8:30 Twisted Lime Sports Bar & Grill Tucked away in the back of Sandy Port is a hidden gem called Twisted Lime! Where any occasion becomes an unforgettable evening. Whether it be our inside dining area or over looking the water on either one of our outside patios, let us cater to you with service that is straight from the heart. Twisted lime's cuisine led by Chef Leo combines the finest ingredients from around the world to create a fine casual dining experience. Come make yourself at home and enjoy our breath-taking scenery and decor which brings together modern Caribbean tranquility with a new age feel. Whether you are looking to catch the game on any of our 18 flat screen televisions, unwind over a game of pool or of course grab a bite to eat Twisted Lime is the place for you! Looking forward to seeing you there! Click HERE for more information on Twisted Lime Sports Bar & Grill
Saturday 27th October 2012 8:00 PM
5th Annual CosPlay and Halloween Party Get ready for The C.A.G.E. Club’s 5th Annual Halloween Party & Cosplay Competition!! This year is go na be krunk cuz we're hosting the first ever SUPA SEXY AWESOME ASIAN DANCE as apart of the fun, goodies and games. Remember its $5 entrance w/ costume, $15 if your are in regular clothing. Thank you and hopes to see you there! The one and only Hobby Store on the island. For all your Cardfight!! Vanguard, Yu-Gi-Oh Cards, Naruto Cards, your favorite Anime, Video Games and East Asian Entertainment needs, enter The CAGE.
Wednesday 3rd November 2010 7:30 PM
GARGOYLE Short Film, 25 mins Johannesburg. A young teacher greets her class. The learners stare. Her face is mottled with bruises. Meanwhile, Themba endures another day as a security guard, stationed on a block in the posh Northern Suburbs, a coil of wasted energy. Just like the gargoyles that face him across the street, he is merely a symbolic deterrent. By day, he plays the role of protector; by night, he is the threat. Themba relies on crime to supplement his meager income. He steals to give his younger brother the life he himself could never have. His transgressions enable him to provide the opportunities the child needs to be successful in the new South Africa. But crime affects everyone, and his "sacrifice" leads to a devastating discovery. MAS MAN Documentary, 87 Mins Mingling traditional Carnival elements with novel ideas, Peter Minshall goes chic to chic with upper crust art. Art has its share of uncredited heroes and this film assesses the heft of a Trinidadian artist’s refreshing point of view of the perils of man’s incompleteness. It is about a designer’s hubris to author a new word in art, “Mas ” (which overrides masquerade), to counteract the conformity and conservatism of Carnival in the 1970s. It’s about Peter Minshall reinventing Mas as a cutting edge tool to enlighten spectators about the complexities of life – a bold move that, in due course, influences the Olympic Games to feature him as an artistic director in Barcelona, Atlanta and Salt Lake City. There are so many textures to Peter Minshall’s Carnival art, they all tie into a story line that essentially captures his muse, flair for costumery, as well as the enigma of a man whose main job seems to open confrontation between good and evil against the backdrop of the celebrations. His calling, as such, isn't so much about being playful in the Mas as much as it is to awaken themes about modern humanity that not only display a curious slant in art but also inform audiences that are privileged to discern his work. The film examines Minshall’s life and art, a tapestry woven from multiple threads that include his “masography” coursing through 26 years; his design and stage acumen (documented in the 2006 presentation “The Sacred Heart”); his Olympic Games contribution; the Carnival stage (the Mas) in Trinidad preparing him for the world stage (the Olympics); and his set pieces of political protest and entertainment provoking parallel emotions in major North American, European and Asian cities. RSVP BY 12 noon on day of screening BIFF 356-5939 325-5747 or email email@example.com
Thursday 24th January 2013 7:00 PM
Big Bang presents Yes Fest Under The Big Tent @ Arawak Cay Thursday January 24th, Rock the Polls Votes Yes Campaign Represent the Thousands of Bahamasians who believe that the Bahamian gaming industry is worth fighting for. We believe that we should support an industry that was created by Bahamians and is 100% Bahamian owned and operated.