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I have always maintained that I do not believe in love at first sight. That was until I saw these drool-worthy Aldo Eppihimer mustard wedges with tassels. One of my favorite colors, in one of my favorite shoe styles made even more special with a slight oxford influence and grown-up tassels.
Tassels were a huge trend last fall and we're seeing it pop up again in accessories and shoes for the season. Wedges, the ever so comfortable style that provides just as much height and style as their distant cousin the stiletto are also huge this fall season. Shoe trends for this fall are bold and rich. Exotic skins, patent leather and chunky...
Freeport, Bahamas - Saassy Deva's Deja Nu "The Music of Old the Fashion
of New" is an event in support the Grand Bahama Humane Society and
part proceeds from all ticket and raffle sales will go to this cause.
By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
AS POLICE investigate the second road death in two days -- and the 25th traffic fatality for the year -- late reports confirm a man has handed himself in over the first accident.
The body of a man was found lying face-up shortly before 4am Monday on Fire Trail Road East. He had a large head wound and what appeared to be tyre marks along the left side of his arm and shirt.
Police are asking the public to assist them with identifying the victim - who was wearing a red-striped polo shirt, a pair of black jeans and tennis shoes - as he was not carrying any personal identification at the time.
Assistant Superintendent Cla ...
By Bernadette Gibson
As we wind down to the opening of the school year, many parents are busy selecting footwear for their children. I find it necessary to address this topic as many children experience foot problems due to improper footwear. Parents can worry about their child's teeth and eyes, but often do not give any attention to the developing foot. Many adult foot problems have their origins in childhood, so attention to footwear in children can minimise these problems in adults.
Buy Children's Shoes that Fit - it is not unusual for a parent or grandparent to purchase shoes for a child without the child present. A child's shoe should be directly fitted to the foot in the sto ...
HERTFORDSHIRE, England – A British court ruled that the death of a dietician who wrote about being possessed by aliens was an accident.
Hertfordshire deputy coroner Graham Danbury heard how Jennie Gosbell’s body was found floating in the tranquil waters of the Bahamas during a holiday.
Let the Competition begin! Willicia Charlow and Ashlee Bain capture Spokesmodel and Queen of the Walk titles
Nassau, Bahamas - Winners emerge from first preliminary competitions!
On Sunday, August 1st, the contestants of
Miss Teen Bahamas
faced their first round of preliminaries, the Spokesmodel and Queen
of the Walk competition. For the Spokesmodel competition, contestants
were asked to prepare a short speech on a youth social ill and deliver
a 30 second advertisement provided by
Bani Shoe Warehouse, one of the Organization's major sponsors.
New to the pageant this year was the Queen of the Walk competition. Contestants were judged on their
ability to 'rip the runway' with their fiercest catwalk struts.
This exciting addition focuses specifically on harvesting a teen top
It is now commonly accepted and broadly acknowledged that the educational plant in The Bahamas is badly broken and is in urgent need of an overhaul. In recent times the minister of education has publicly said that many of our school buildings should have been condemned long ago. Our national grade average continues to hover around the 'D' level and our schools continue to 'graduate' semi-illiterate students who are barely able to read, comprehend and speak proper English.
The sad part about this scenario is that stakeholders have yet to come together to study the 'problem' much less to offer realistic solutions and improvements. We all are 'aware' that the educational plant is in a state of disrepair but few of us are even checking.
It is regrettable that we have been able to secure financing to do some cosmetic and debilitation 'road improvement' works here in New Providence, but not a single new school has been built by this administration in almost five years. The school at Horse Shoe Drive, thank God, may be opening soon but there has been no definitive statement from the Ministry of Education.
In our Family Islands, especially Cat Island, most of the school buildings are a national disgrace and not fit for human occupation. Yes, I fully understand that there are so-called budgetary constraints, but there can be nothing of higher importance than the through education of our children, apart from health care.
I understand that we are negotiating to borrow yet another 12 or so millions of dollars from an international lending institution to make up the 'short falls' in the ballooning costs for the 'road improvement' works, but we are unable or unwilling to spend some monies to improve our educational plant? Which is more important?
The FNM means well, I am sure, but the proverbial road to Hell has always been paved with good intentions. The record of the PLP is, sadly, no better and the embryonic DNA has yet to offer a realistic and comprehensive plan of its own.
Here in the capital we need at least four brand new state-of-the-art primary and high schools.
The College of The Bahamas needs to be urgently expanded and better trained faculty members need to be recruited. The amenities at that institution are of third world quality and are in dire need of upgrading if it is to evolve into the University of The Bahamas.
The apparent 'dumbing' down of our students and the failure to address the overt decay of our educational plant is wrecking our overall society. Graduates are not equipped with appropriate skills and qualifications for the job market, and are relegated to menial employment and the catch all construction jobs. Mind you, there is dignity in any kind of work, but with a minimal income a person's future horizons are restricted. The middle class as we used to know it will become a thing of the past.
The average dropout and those who would not have even bothered to graduate are then obliged to eke out a miserable living from petty crime, drug dealing and/or prostitution. Jail, in far too many cases, becomes a revolving door and a tertiary level 'institution' of higher and dubious learning, where the 'graduates' become a clear and present menace to society at large, inclusive of themselves.
I call for more state-of-the-art school buildings, and a more relevant regime of learning and instructions. We are in urgent need, I submit, of additional trade schools with the necessary resources and well-trained instructors. Students who are academically inclined should be steered in that direction. Others who are good at the trades should be encouraged to pursue the same. We need to stop lumping all of our students in one basket.
With the approach of yet another cycle of bombastic elections, I doubt that the current administration will come up with any bold and innovative solutions. Not only does it not have the money but it lacks, in my view, the visionary zeal and/or prophet to bring about the same. The PLP, as usual, talks a good talk but in opposition it is easy to say one thing. The true test comes when one holds the reins of governance.
With some 90 odd alleged homicides for the year, so far, it should be clear to all that the socialization of our nation is in grave danger. While our collective Neroes fiddle, the country is fast imploding. Crime and the fear of the same have literally paralysed and stunted the economic and cultural growth of the nation.
In a few months time our current crop of leaders, in one or both cases, will be a part of our political past. You and I, however, if The Lord continues to tarry, will be left holding the proverbial and possibly empty bag. Despite this dismal prospect, however, to God be the glory in all things.
ORTLAND H. BODIE JR.
Shaquell Demeritte is representing The Bahamas at Miss Asia Pacific pageant to be held in Korea at the Buscan Yatching Centre on October 15th 2011. Shaquelle was Miss Bahamas Top Model 2010. She received the Miss Progress Bahamas title at Miss Earth Bahamas 2011.
is 20 years old with brown hair & dark brown eyes. Her hieght is
1.73 cm and her measurements are 33/25.5/32. She wears a shoe size 8...
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Take off your shoes. Empty your pockets. Walk through a metal detector, or get an embarrassing pat-down from a Transportation Security Administration agent.
It's all part of the routine for airline passengers in the United States since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The top Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee feels your pain.
U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi said he and other members of Congress go through the same procedures as every other passenger.
"Same lines, same inconvenience," said Thompson, who flies several times a month.
"We have had to get off a plane because some anomaly occurred that didn't get picked up,...