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A Religious And Theological Perspective On The Proposed Referendum On The Informal Bahamian National Lottery Commonly Known As Numbers
The proposal of the powers that be to hold a referendum on whether or not the informal Bahamian national lottery commonly known as numbers should be legalized, has certainly provoked much lively debate in the Bahamian community.
While students around the country prepared to head back to school for a new academic year, for one student a four-year journey that cost her $40,000 and a reduced social life was coming to an end, but it was a journey that Joan Rolle said was worth it all as she can now add the title doctor to her name.
Dear Editor, BGCSE test scores are the hot topic of discussion these days. The grades of course were abysmal. They are the same as they've been since I started seeing the results, yet somehow every year it comes as a shock to the public that only 50 percent of the students are graduating with the minimum...
In the words of late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Wayne Bryan Russell III was reminded to: "Watch your thoughts for they become words. Watch your words for they become actions. Watch your actions for they become habits. Watch your habits for they become your character.
Today, Great Britain, Europe and the world mourns the loss of a great stateswoman, former British Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher of Kesteven. Former colonies of the British Empire and members of the British Commonwealth will no doubt pay their respects over the ensuing days to...
Thursday 22nd December 2011 6:00 PM
Thursday, December 22nd, 6pm-9pm Book Signing & Reading @ The Hub Bay Street Hexin Edward McPhee was born January 7, in Nassau, Bahamas. McPhee spent his early years with his nine siblings enjoying the beautiful weather and beaches. McPhee’s parents were entrepreneurs before retiring. He enjoyed a relatively comfortable life as a child in the Bahamas. McPhee watched Sidney Poitier accept the Oscar for “Lilies of the Field” and it made such an impression on him that he decided that acting and the fine arts is what he wanted to do. At a very early age he joined a theater group in Nassau called the University Players. This group was born out of an acting workshop which was sponsored by the University of the West Indies. Young McPhee quickly became an active member of the Players. After completing high school and many years as a member of the University Players, he left the tiny island in the Bahamas and moved to New York City where he attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After completing his studies at the Academy, he returned to Nassau for a year where he rejoined the University Players and directed and performed in a number of stage productions. Hors D'oeuvres and wine will be served gratis and a cash bar for mixed drinks will be available