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Recently I had justifiable reason to burn with indignation. It was a bout of depression recently brought into focus by an ungrateful 'son-of-a-gun' for whom I had gone extra miles and had 'given the shirt off my back' in financial assistance. He was dragging me through the gutter of no return. I was sorry I had ever given him a penny. "An angry man is always full of poison," said a wise person. Ex...
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Helen Astarita and her husband, Ben, came to The Bahamas quite by accident more than 50 years ago. But her extraordinary donation of $400,000 to The College of The Bahamas' School of Communication & Creative Arts to support budding artists in a thriving art programme is anything but happenstance.
The largest single gift to The College specifically directed toward funding the s...
NASSAU, Bahamas - The
BREEF 'Bootleggers' Ball' has
attracted over 60 Silent Auction treasures, not least, a one of a kind,
ocean inspired Astengo & de Lama Necklace, as part of their
glamourous fund raising evening at Albany this Friday. BREEF executive
director Casuarina McKinney-Lambert, said she is thrilled with the
response and the programme of events organized by the Ball committ...
Sun Liang, Chairman of the Board of the Shandong Hi-Speed Group Co., Ltd. and the Hon. Desmond Bannister, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture (centre) pose next to an unveiled framed print of the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium that Mr. Liang’s company is constructing on Wednesday.
Opposition Leader Perry Christie said yesterday the handover of the new Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium to The Bahamas government represents the fulfillment of a promise he made to the youth of the nation more than seven years ago.
The People's Republic of China turned over the $30 million stadium to the government on Wednesday. Chines Ambassador to The Bahamas Hu Shan visited Christie's d...
As politicians in The Bahamas craft their strategies ahead of the next general election, an examination of U.S. diplomatic cables on the 2007 poll may prove instructive.
One May 2007 cable said the Progressive Liberal Party held many advantages going into that election.
"It was a well-financed incumbent, held 29 of the 40 seats in Parliament, and boasted of a strong economy, job growth, and bill...
Nassau, Bahamas - The Lyford Cay International
School (LCIS) Class of 2011 donated a tree to the school to say "thank
you" for the many ways in which LCIS has helped them grow and to
leave a class legacy for future students.
The class of 2011, who
find themselves in Universities such as Yale, Georgetown, Ohio State
University, Savannah College of Art and Design, and the University of
Freeport, Bahamas - The
Red Rose Ball will be the social
event of the year and our gift donors are making sure that no other event on
the island has so many fantastic prizes to be won all within one spectacular
night on Saturday,
November 6, 2010 at the Grand Ballroom, Radisson Our Lucaya.
Our In-House Raffle tickets will be on sale during the ball from 7:30pm
until time of drawing and you coul...