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Book Launch: Resisting Paradise: Tourism, Diaspora, and Sexuality in Caribbean Culture by Angelique V. Nixon
Friday 20th November 2015 7:30 PM
Book Presentation at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas by Angelique V. Nixon; Panel Discussion with John Cox, Erin Greene and Keithley Woolward. Moderated by Nicolette Bethel.
How do we Live & Imagine in “paradise”? What is the relationship between tourism and culture? How do gender, race, and sexual labour intersect in this relationship? What are the (social and economic) costs of produc...
Vernice Ferguson-Bodie of Exuma presented a copy of her book “Fabulous Recipes for Bahamian Cooking at its Finest” to Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General, at Government on November 12...
The Ministry of Finance and the VAT (value-added tax) Department have begun issuing fines up to $10,000 and warnings to more than 200 businesses who have declared turnover above the $100,000 threshold and who submitted late applications.
Noting that the mandatory registration deadline of November 30, 2014 is long passed, the VAT department claims to have been lenient during the transition, and poi...
United States Coast Guard Cutter (USCGC) Margaret Norvell recently stopped in Nassau for the night.
Mrs. Jacqueline Smith, wife of the late Rev. Dr. Charles C. Smith, presented a copy of her book "Charles C. Smith II, Life & Legacy" to Her Excellency Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling
'A Road Trip Guide to College' by Bahamian Author, Monique Hinsey equips students with the tools necessary to become college ready
NASSAU, Bahamas - At an elegant launch at the gardens of Villa Doyle, Monique Hinsey introduced a large crowd of invited guests to a very practical and much needed Bahamian student resource.
Getting into college can be a complicated and stressful time for both parents...
Getting into college can be a complicated and stressful time for both parents and students, but a Bahamian-based college book, penned by Bahamian Monique Hinsey has the potential to help thousands of students alleviate that stress.