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- Genre : Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi
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During a preview tour, a theme park suffers a major power breakdown that allows its cloned dinosaur exhibits to run amok....
(VIDEO) Wild River Books to release Marina Gottlieb Sarles novel, 'The Last Daughter of Prussia' - April 2nd, 2013
Wild River books presents a historical novel of suspense, love and
survival about the least known civilian mass exodus during the harsh
winter in the final months of World War II. Based on true stories passed
down over generations to author, Marina Gottlieb Sarles, The Last
Daughter of Prussia is a fast-paced, moving love story celebrating the
indomitable human spirit in the worst of times. The Last Daughter of
Prussia... for release April 2, 2013 by Wild River Books.
Perhaps many of the thousands of Bahamians who enthusiastically supported the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) last May and in the recent North Abaco by-election were under the impression (or delusion) that a win for the PLP and Perry...
- Genre : Drama, Fantasy, Romance
- Rating : T - 15yrs and Older
Ethan longs to escape his small Southern town. He meets a mysterious new girl, Lena. Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town....
'Heiress to a Curse' is a fantasy romance novel written by Bahamian newcomer Zandria Munson. Published by famed Publishing house 'Harlequin', this is the first novel in the 'Hearts of Stone' series just introduced.
Alexandra Barret is a features writer living alone in her New York apartment. A descendant to an ancient witch Necesar, Alexandra has visions and strange dreams that usually serve as both a blessing and a curse. One day she gets a new neighbor across the hall named Marius Drakon. She is quite taken by his looks and charm but tries hard to ignore it.
Marius, who is over five centuries old, is cursed to roam the earth as a creature for eternity. He was cur ...
Paradise Island is not representative of The Bahamas. It is a playground for tourists conveniently separated from New Providence by a toll bridge. Once over the bridge, tourists have few reasons to venture back to the mainland to mingle with the local populous. The Ministry of Tourism would do well to market the other 699 islands that certainly offer a more Bahamian experience.
And at the cost of $15 million, Bahamian taxpayers are looking for tourist dollars to extend beyond Paradise Island. We are intrigued by this "aggressive" campaign that intends to be a game changer. Perhaps, an advertising campaign that includes the Family Islands is considered revolutionary, albeit well over due.
With Baha Mar set to open in late 2014, there is no question that New Providence needs to increase airlift while attracting more visitors. But New Providence has saturated the North American market. The New York tri-state area is bored of the seemingly regurgitated advertisements for Paradise Island.
If life is "Better in The Bahamas" then show the world The Bahamas, not an artificial tropical domain.
Many in The Bahamas have a perverted view that we lack natural resources, when quite to the contrary our waters are the envy to many. We can arrogantly boast that we have the best beaches with an endless expanse of clear turquoise waters. Why settle for the crowded beaches of New Providence, when a private beach oasis in the Exuma cays awaits?
Harbour Island, Green Turtle Cay and Hope Town draw return visitors year after year with scant international advertising. Set amidst quaint homes, easy to access beaches and welcoming Bahamians, our oldest settlements attract tourists, and more importantly second homeowners, who relish old-world charm and dine on exquisite fare.
The Bahamas is a boater's dream. The Sea of Abaco provides countless miles of protection from the Atlantic; the Exumas are a beach lover's playground; Bimini is a mere 50 miles from Florida, and the fishing is phenomenal. Yet, our prospective audience is subjected to countless images of casinos, pools and crowded beaches when we have so much more to offer.
Few Bahamians have been privy to the expansive salt flats and fantastic birding of Inagua or the caves of Crooked Island. With the majority of the Bahamian population living in New Providence, it is hardly surprising that advertising is Nassau-centric. For a moment let's forget the tourists and cater to Bahamians as tourists - a novel idea indeed.
If we are to seek long-term gains in tourism we must diversify our offerings and revitalize once prominent settlements like Governor's Harbour and Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera. We must give a reason for our visitors to come back again and again, to experience the vast diversity of places that exist in The Bahamas.
As Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said: "We've tried to run tourism with the same game plan that we had 40 years ago and that doesn't work. The world has changed and we have to change with it."
For all the promises of change, the Ministry of Tourism may well surprise us with a revolutionary advertising campaign. With many Nassuvians yearning to return to the Family Islands, advertising outside the capital may generate the excitement needed to return home.
- Genre : Crime, Drama, Western
- Rating : T - 15yrs and Older
Set in Depression-era Franklin County, Virginia, a bootlegging gang is threatened by a new deputy and other authorities who want a cut of their profits....
Sunday 11th October 2009 3:00 PM
Zora tells the story of African-American folklorist and novelist Zora Neale Hurston, whose work in Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean during the 1920s won her widespread acclaim. Kim Brockington, stage and film actress, is excited to present her one-woman show Zora to Bahamian audiences. Fresh from a critically-acclaimed performance at the National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem North Carolina, Kim looks forward to bringing the play to Nassau. Cost: Regular $25; Students (With ID) for Evening performances $15; Groups of 20 or more $20; Special Student Matinees $10 Where: The Dundas, Mackey St. Book Tickets Now! Contact: The Dundas: 242-393-3728; The Jukebox: 242-393-4891 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Genre : Drama, Romance, War
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American classic in which a manipulative woman and a roguish man carry on a turbulent love affair in the American south during the Civil War and Reconstruction....
MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Relief workers used innovative technologies in unprecedented ways to aid
in the recovery of quake-ravaged Haiti, a new report has found.
Interactive maps and SMS (Short Message Service) texts helped guide
search-and-rescue teams and find people in need of critical supplies, as
the Caribbean nation became a real-world laboratory for new
Though the innovations had varying levels of impact in Haiti, they
showcased the potential for use in future crises, the report, "Media,
Information Systems and Communities: Lessons from Haiti," concluded..