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UK-based Bahamian artist Blue Curry has been selected to participate in SITE Santa Fe, an international contemporary art biennial in New Mexico.
SITE Santa Fe creates significant experiences for visitors by presenting the "most innovative visual art of our time" in new and engaging ways, according to the gallery.
After a two-year biennial hiatus, the organization will relaunch its signature exhibi...
A female suspect in the murder of pharmacist Kurt McCartney was yesterday denied bail for the second time.
Lyndera Curry, of Plantol Street, was refused bail last December when she appeared before Senior Justice Jon Isaacs.
Curry made another attempt at pretrial release before the same judge yesterday.
Curry is charged along with Sumya Ingraham, 26, also of Plantol Street; Thorne Edwards, 23, and...
A Supreme Court judge yesterday set a trial date two years from now for three men charged with four counts of murder and seven counts of attempted murder in relation to the December 27, 2013 mass shooting in Fox Hill.
Peter Rolle, 29, Justin Williams, 22, and Jermaine Curry, 25, made a brief court appearance before Senior Justice Jon Isaacs to receive a trial date.
The defendants will be tried on ...
The focus will be on fathers, their family roles and their importance in sustaining a vibrant, holy church and a good society as 24 Catholic men, two fathers from each of the 12 parishes in New Providence, will be honored for their service to the church and for their roles as fathers in the community.
The Archdiocesan Catholic Men's Association (ACCMA) will hold a celebratory gala banquet to honor...
Blue Curry is a Bahamian artist currently living in London, who flies his flags in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Known primarily for his installation works that broach cultural and historical themes, in 2013 Curry was asked to take part in Unsettled Landscapes, a biennial exhibition featuring the work of artists from Nunavut all the way to Tierra del Fuego, and countries in between.
Held at Site Santa Fe,...
National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage yesterday apologized to the Bahamian people for going against the results of the January 28, 2013 gambling referendum.
But he also took issue with pastors who charged that the government is "killing democracy" and should be voted out of office if members of Parliament vote for the Gaming Bill.
"I join in with the member of Parliament for West End and ...
Police said a man was shot in the head and killed after an altercation at a home on Johnson Road in Fox Hill yesterday.
Superintendent Paul Rolle said the victim, a resident of Step Street, rode his motorcycle to the home of the shooter on Johnson Road around 10 a.m., where an altercation unfolded.
"As he (the victim) was about to leave, the male resident withdrew a handgun, discharging shots in h...
Lyndera Curry, one of the people accused of the murder of pharmacist Richard Kurt McCartney, appeared before the Supreme Court yesterday seeking bail ahead of her trial, which is scheduled for March 2015.
Curry, 21, of Plantol Street, is charged along with Sumya Ingraham, 26, also of Plantol Street; Thorne Edwards, 23, and Okell Farrington, 31, of Pinewood Gardens, with the October 24, 2013 armed ...
D.W. Davis student Lucan Volmy’s Mahatma Rice dish, ‘Pina Colada Rolled Rice Pudding with Chocolate Topping’, and his Robin Hood Flour dish, ‘Stuffed Curried Bake’, were good enough to earn him the 23rd Annual Junior Young Chef Champion New Providence title, and a berth to compete in the All Islands Final for the overall title of National Young Chef Champion.
NORTH Abaco MP Renardo Curry yesterday said he fears the destruction of his constituency's tourism market as a boat theft ring continues to thrive "at an all time high" on the island.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) paid tribute to the contributions of a number of industry professionals as part of its annual quest to profile role models in the sector.
Tourism arrivals declined by six per cent for the second month in a row, according to the latest statistics released by the Ministry of Tourism for the month of May - a reflection of the current economic climate's influence on the travel market.
The young Abaco male student who was struck down along with his sister, last Thursday (11.9.08), while on their way home after school, has succumbed to the injuries that he sustained in that accident. Eight year old Malik Fenelus of the Mudd, Marsh Harbour, a student at the Central Abaco Primary School, died in the Intensive Care Unit at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, around 3:00pm on M...