Entertainment

Get ready for 'One Blood XV' -- the holiday edition

December 22, 2016

Good vibes and nostalgia - "One Blood XV" the highly anticipated Concepts old school reggae party is back with its annual holiday edition, and in keeping with the theme, an irie -- that is, red, gold and green - dress code is suggested.
Concepts, which began in 2004 to fill the niche for an enjoyable night out for a slightly older crowd, is set for Monday, December 26 at Smugglers, the courtyard of The Pirates Museum, George Street.
Reggae lover Leah Davis said the initial intention of Concepts was to host a party that she herself would attend. The demand persisted, and the events began to fill a gap in the entertainment market for the over 25-year-old crowd looking for a safe night out with good people and good vibes.
"It will be a fun musical experience, where guests will hear songs they have not heard since way back when, and laugh and dance the night away," said Davis.
"This event is always a safe and irie experience that my patrons have grown accustomed to and look forward to twice annually."
Davis' first events were dubbed "A Reggae Flashback" and were hosted at Pirates of Nassau.
"The events have had several homes, but regardless of the venue, has consistently delivered a musical experience specifically for lovers of old school reggae and dub," she said.
Given the genre and era of the music, the event targets a wide cross-section of reggae lovers.
While the group has hosted other iterations of the signature reggae throwback event over the years, "One Blood" has become the name synonymous with the August and December parties -- a treat for reggae lovers, old and young.
The party aims to take party-goers on a trip down memory lane, as deejays bring back old school reggae tunes, from the likes of Half Pint, Dennis Brown and Barrington Levy, to name a few. Music for the throwback reggae party will be provided by Selector Ty and Selector 3D.
Admission is $15. Doors to the anticipated "One Blood XV" event open at 9 p.m.

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Those who stayed

December 22, 2016

Lucayans, Loyalists and Eleutheran adventurers -- for centuries, they and other people sought safety and refuge on Green Turtle Cay, Abaco. Propelled by fate or by force, most ultimately moved on. A resilient few remained.
Their stories are the focus of "Those Who Stayed: The Tale of the Hardy Few Who Built Green Turtle Cay", a new hardcover book by Bahamian writer Amanda Diedrick.
The full-color, 185-page publication features close to 200 historic images of Green Turtle Cay, oil paintings by world-renowned Bahamian artist and historian, Alton Lowe, and never-before-published first-hand accounts of 20th century Abaco life.
In 2012, Diedrick -- a ninth-generation Bahamian and her husband, Canadian journalist Tom Walters, purchased her family's ancestral home on Green Turtle Cay. Shortly after she began documenting the cottage's restoration and the cay's history on her weblog, Little House by the Ferry.
"So much of Green Turtle Cay's past isn't immediately obvious," says Diedrick. "You'd never know, for example, that there was once a large Lucayan village near Bita Bay, on the island's east coast. Or that pirates like Calico Jack Rackham, Anne Bonny and Mary Read hid out in Black and White Sounds. Or that in the late 1800s, the cay's population was four times what it is today and New Plymouth's streets were lined with large, elegant homes. There was a dance hall, a theater and even an orchestra. It's difficult to reconcile all of this with the quaint, low-key town we know today."
"Those Who Stayed" will be officially launched on January 7, 2017 at A Night to Remember, the cocktail reception commemorating the 40th anniversary of Green Turtle Cay's Albert Lowe Museum, being held at the cay's Bluff House Beach Resort & Marina.
Book signings will also take place January 10 at Hope Town's Wyannie Malone Museum, and January 13 and 14 at the Sand Dollar Shoppe in Marsh Harbour.
Part proceeds from the sales of "Those Who Stayed" will benefit Green Turtle Cay's Albert Lowe Museum.
"Alton Lowe, who founded and has operated the Albert Lowe Museum for 40 years, was instrumental in putting this book together," says Diedrick. "His passion for Bahamian history has long been an inspiration, and he's been incredibly generous in granting me access to rare photographs and documents from the museum archives. He's created an important national resource in the museum, and I'm delighted to be able to support it."
Tickets for A Night to Remember may be purchased online at the museum's website, or through Molly McIntosh at the Bluff House Beach Resort at 242-365-4247, Julie Farrington at Island Property Management at 242-365-4047 or Mandy Roberts at 242-365-4402.
"Those Who Stayed", a book about the intriguing, little-known history of Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas, is available now.
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Two war movies: One is out of this world, the other is lost in space

December 22, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Rated T)
Cast: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Mads Mikkelsen, Forest Whitaker
Genre: Sci-Fi/Action
Dwight's Rating: 2 Stars

The local multiplex -- for more than a week now! -- has been listing screen times in newspapers for a new movie called "Rouge One".
(Relax your eyes for a moment, and take a look at that title again, if you missed that.)
I've been joking to friends that this flick must be about Paris' first can-can dancer, or perhaps a prostitute or some sort of clown.
In any event, any or all those scenarios would probably make for a more thrilling cinema-going experience than the film playing under the correctly spelled title, "Rogue One" (specifically "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story").
This first-ever (of more to come) stand-alone feature in the ever-expanding Star Wars film series is essentially a spinoff and a parallel prequel to the original "Star Wars" (part of the original trilogy), which is now known as "Episode IV: A New Hope" the fourth film in the anthology series, following the prequel trilogy, and ahead of the new sequel trilogy, which kicked off last year with "Episode VII: The Force Awakens". Got that?
In "Rogue One", former scientist Galen Erso lives on a farm with his wife and young daughter Jyn. His peaceful existence comes crashing down when the evil Orson Krennic takes him away from his beloved family. Many years later, Galen is now the empire's lead engineer for the most powerful weapon in the galaxy, the Death Star. Knowing that her father holds the key to its destruction, a vengeful Jyn joins forces with a spy and other resistance fighters to steal the space station's plans for the Rebel Alliance.
At the risk of being subjected to the ire of the rabid fans of anything related to Star Wars, "Rogue One" -- while undeniably well executed, and loaded with explosive action and great-looking -- is an utter bore.
It's so severely lacking in flavor and passion, it comes across as just another old war movie that just happens to be set in space. As such, we get the typical good-guys-killing-bad-guys-for-two-hours war movie -- not much more, not much less.
Even as a science-fiction picture, it's as generic and soulless as grocery store brand vanilla ice cream -- a throwback to the most mundane sci-fi flicks of the late 70s and early 80s. The many dispensable rebel fighters -- some human, others, um, not -- spew out typical generic sci-fi/war scene lines like "this shield is impenetrable" or "they're coming right at us." (I'm paraphrasing, Star Wars fans! Don't send me emails if that's not exactly what they say!)
There's also a pronounced heaviness and darkness to the whole production, meant to convey the seriousness of the situation, one suspects. And that's the big problem. The sense of fun and adventure in the original trilogy is almost entirely absent here. Those playful characteristics were overflowing in last year's exuberant "The Force Awakens". "Rogue One" certainly goes its own way, but the result is overwhelmingly dour.
The only interesting character is a robot! A droid known as K-2SO -- played by actor Alan Tudyk (TV's "Suburgatory") -- steals the whole picture. He's got the best lines, and apparently is the only being in this far, far away galaxy with a sense of humor. K-2S0 is actually the most human of these soulless people running around trying to bring down the evil empire.
The diehard Star Wars fans will likely be quite pleased, and there are quite a few treats for them. But otherwise, this is a quite disposable, filler film, and yet another example of corporate greed, as Disney tries to milk every single drop it can from this franchise.
Again, there's much more to come. "Episode VIII" in the sequel trilogy is next year, followed by another stand-alone prequel about Han Solo. I'm looking forward to next year's feature, as "The Force Awakens" left things in an interesting place. And Han Solo is probably the most interesting character in the franchise's history. So that could potentially be great! And I could totally get behind a backstory prequel about K2SO.
So basically, I'd rather watch almost anything dealing with Star Wars over "Rogue One"!

Hacksaw Ridge (Rated T)
Cast: Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Vince Vaughn, Luke Bracey
Genre: Historical War Biography
Dwight's Rating: 4.5 Stars
Of course, the best film that has appeared in wide release in local theaters so far this month has already been given the boot.
"Hacksaw Ridge" enjoyed a brief two-week run here, and probably very few noticed or even heard about it. At the viewing I attended, I had the entire theater to myself.
Perhaps this indifference is as a result of fatigue with World War II (WWII) movies. Even 70 years after the end of the war, there are WWII-based movies released almost every year. But there are apparently still many stories out there. And amazingly "Hacksaw Ridge" is an extraordinary and true one that has never been told before now.
As debates rage in both The Bahamas and the United States about gun possession and ownership rights, this story about a Seventh-day Adventist pacifist is particularly timely.
"Conscientious objector" Desmond T. Doss saved 75 men in Okinawa, during the bloodiest battle of WWII, without firing a single shot. Believing that the war was just, but that killing was nevertheless wrong, he was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon. As an army medic, Doss single-handedly evacuated the wounded near enemy lines -- braving enemy fire and putting his own life on the line. He was the first conscientious objector to ever win the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Mel Gibson, who won Academy Awards for directing and producing "Braveheart" is directing here, bringing his classic, in-your-face style to "Hacksaw Ridge". If you think you saw some stomach-churning images in WWII flicks like "Saving Private Ryan", brace yourself!
Gibson gives "Hacksaw Ridge" the full "The Passion of the Christ" treatment.
I have never seen so many arms and legs and heads blown off or blown to bits. Soldiers tread over the intestines and other severed body parts of their fallen comrades. The blood splatter level is off the charts.
I watched many parts of the film through my splayed fingers, as if I were at slasher-flick. At times, it's almost too graphic. Almost! But it is a stunning epic. An amazing piece of art!
And there's more than the violence and action. There's also a beautiful romance tale about Doss and the love of his life, Dorothy; an interesting family drama dealing with Doss and his strained relationship with his father; and of course, the ongoing discussion about the use of weapons.
Gibson's deft handling of all of these issues almost guarantees him an Oscar nomination for directing. Also almost guaranteed a nomination -- in the greatest acting revelation of the year -- is Andrew Garfield. The Tony Award winner, who is probably best known to movie audiences as the most recent and lackluster Spider-Man proves exactly why he has that Broadway Theater Award, delivering a spectacular and memorable performance as Doss.
The entire cast is stellar. Standouts include Teresa Palmer as Dorothy, Luke Bracey as an army rival, and Hugo Weaving ("The Matrix") and Rachel Griffiths ("Hilary and Jackie" and TV's "Six Feet Under") as Doss' parents. Vince Vaughn also has a small but interesting role.
By the way, Vaughn is the only American among the principal cast. Gibson, who was born in the U.S., but lived in Australia for many years, shot the entire movie Down Under. Garfield was born in the States, but was raised in the UK. However, everyone else, including Palmer, Bracey, Weaving and Griffiths, are entirely or partially Australian. And all of them playing Americans! The behind the scenes goings-on in the film industry continue to amaze me!
Nevertheless, "Hacksaw Ridge" has done pretty well globally, making back three-times as much as its $40 million budget. And it's doing very well so far with awards season. It's up for Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture Drama, and Best Director and Best Actor for Gibson and Garfield, respectively. Garfield is up for a Screen Actors Guild Award, and he's already won Best Actor in an Action Movie from the Critics' Choice Awards with the film taking Best Action Movie. And not surprisingly, it cleaned up at the AACTA -- the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards.
Unfortunately, the level of violence and the war picture stigma may cause a lot of people to overlook "Hacksaw Ridge". That would be a real tragedy, as this inspiring story is definitely one of the year's best movies, and probably deserves a place among the very best of the endless list films about WWII.

o Dwight Strachan is the host/producer of " Morning Blend" on Guardian Radio. He is a television producer and writer, and an avid TV history and film buff. Email dwight@nasguard.com and follow him on twitter @morningblend969.

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Christmas on the Cay closes up shop tonight

December 22, 2016

The Christmas Village at Arawak Cay has been a one-stop shop for holiday needs, featuring artisans selling unique Bahamian gifts and Christmas decorations. But today is the last day to nab that something special, as the Ministry of Tourism wraps up its Christmas celebrations on the eve of Christmas Eve.
The Christmas Village is an exciting venue for Bahamians and visitors to gather and enjoy a Bahamian Christmas. It will be open to the public tonight for the final time from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., showcasing authentic Bahamian gifts and Christmas decorations, holiday treats and great Bahamian entertainment.
Earlier this week, children from Urban Renewal Fort Charlotte were treated to tasty treats, gifts from Santa and a fun time in the children's corner.
"We're inviting all Bahamians to come down to Christmas on the Cay," said Bernadette Bastian, Ministry of Tourism senior manager for national planning and special markets. "We have lots of fun, food and exciting games for the children. We have a very exciting children's corner. We have different games, such as who can be the fastest nutcracker and pin the nose on Rudolph. We have a lot of food vendors out here selling their tasty Bahamian treats and a lot of Bahamian artisans out here selling their work.
"If you are looking for a Christmas gift, we are inviting all Bahamians to come down and share in this wonderful experience and get your Christmas gifts at the same time."
Visitors and locals enjoyed music from the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Marching Band, the St. Francis Church Choir and a Junkanoo rushout from the Shell Saxon Superstars.
Once the shop closes up tonight at the Christmas Village, all roads lead to Thomas A Robinson Stadium for the Popeye's Bahamas Bowl.

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Punch back or hold back

December 22, 2016

I've written before about the fight or flight syndrome that Dr. Denis Waitley discusses in great detail in his bestseller "The Psychology of Winning." The fight or flight syndrome is built into our DNA so-to-speak and is activated when we get to a place where we are extremely annoyed with someone or some event in our life. When this occurs we have a very strong inner urge to either hit out at the person or situation which is causing our negative emotional state, or just run away from the situation or person and thus have nothing to do with the person or event which is affecting us in a negative way. Let's face it -- we all encounter these types of disturbing troubling events from time to time as we travel the sometimes rocky road of life. However, we as mature adults have to learn to deal effectively with them or as the title of this particular article puts it, we have to learn when to punch back or hold back. Yes we do, that is of course if we're to live a long, happy, healthy, contented, satisfying and indeed totally successful life.
My friend, I'm sure that I don't have to tell you that at times we will all be tempted to punch back either verbally or perhaps physically, however I believe that in the majority of cases it is indeed better to hold back. That would be the wise, adult, spiritual thing to do.
My friend in the long run it's all about controlling our emotions which of course will be of tremendous benefit to us and in the end will assist us greatly in finally achieving our cherished dreams, our goals and objectives on target. We must learn to take those deep breaths and thus cool it in these kinds of situations. This will assist us greatly to hold back and thus succeed.

o Think about it!
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Croc™ Ultra-Premium Vodka and Johnnie Walker™ Gold Label™ Reserve will shine year-end celebrations with a majestic party at Atlantis

December 22, 2016

You are invited to #AtlantisLightUpNYE party to welcome the New Year in a paradisiac location that will be the perfect stage to dance all night and enjoy the best cocktail array...

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Junior Junkanoo Winners at Arawak Cay

December 21, 2016

One on One Pre-School won the the Pre-School Division of Junior Junkanoo Parade celebrations at Arawak Cay on Saturday...

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Painting of Nassau by Sir Noel Coward available at NY Gallery

December 20, 2016

Sir Noel Coward (1899-1973) was one of the most prominent and versatile creative talents of the twentieth century, authoring over fifty plays (many of which he starred in) and having a hand in writing, directing, and acting in more than twenty-five films, as well as composing hundreds of songs and producing numerous short stories, poems, musical revues, a novel, and a three-volume autobiography. Later in life, he added painting to his repertoire of artistic endeavors, transforming what was initially a recreational pastime for purposes of relaxation into an accomplished sideline activity meriting serious consideration. Though most of his paintings—which generally took the form of landscapes and seascapes—were executed in his adopted homes of Jamaica and Switzerland and his native British Isles, the historical record reveals a few rarely viewed efforts from other Caribbean locales, including the painting Nassau, the single extant oil known to have been produced in The Bahamas.

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Bahamian ballerina shines in top beauty magazine

December 20, 2016

Bahamian ballerina, Courtney Celeste Spears, was one of three top US ballerinas chosen to model accessories for Conde Nast’s Allure magazine this holiday season. Spears is in her second season dancing with the Ailey II Repertory Company, the younger version of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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Sandals Resorts International and CMT After Midnite with Cody Alan host second story behind the songs concert...

December 19, 2016

Exclusive Series Continues with Live Concerts from Country Music’s Top Performing Artists, Eli Young Band and Tucker Beathard

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Time Inc.'s People and the Entertainment Industry Foundation Celebrate 21 years Hosting the SAG Awards®

December 17, 2016

Post-Awards Gala to Honor Actors' Charitable Endeavors...Time Inc.’s People and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) will come together to co-host the official SAG Awards® Post-Awards Gala, held immediately following the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards...

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First Party Tour sets for Punta Cana Dominican Republic
First Party Tour sets for Punta Cana Dominican Republic

December 16, 2016

The very first party tour, BRT Weekend, is set to touch down in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic on March 30. The weekend will comprise of a series of electrifying events, featuring great music and entertainment...

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A D-Mac Friends' All Star Christmas

December 15, 2016

It's going to be a Christmas to remember, as Dillon "D-Mac" McKenzie and 28 of his friends take over Exuma for a three-day weekend blowout, dubbed D-Mac and Friends' All Star Christmas Weekend in Exuma.
The music extravaganza will unite a cross section of deejays, entertainers, bands and singers from multiple genres, including gospel, rake 'n' scrape, reggae, soca and calypso, with the added bonus of delicious Bahamian food and an authentic Bahamian cultural show showcasing limbo and fire dancers.
McKenzie's inspiration behind the event is simply his love for the island and the people.
"I'm passionate about the growth of the island and I appreciate the support I receive from my family and friends every time I come home," said D-Mac. "Last year we had a blast with D-Mac & Friends' Christmas in Exuma, this year I extended it to three nights of non-stop music because I wanted to create economic opportunities for the island," said McKenzie.
The three-night event kicks off with a free gospel concert on Thursday, December 22 and two all-star concerts featuring top entertainers on Friday, December 23 and Saturday, December 24.
On tap for the gospel concert will be Denczil Rolle & Friends, Daneisha Curry, Karrington McKenzie, The McKenzie Sisters, R.K.C. Praise Team, Church of God of Prophecy District Youth Choir, Palestine Union Baptist Church Praise Team, Farmer's Hill Praise Team, Al Gibson, Mt. Sinai Union Baptist Praise Team and The Taylor Children will take over Regatta Park in Georgetown for the three-day All-Star Christmas Weekend.
The gospel concert will be hosted by radio personality Pastor Vaughn Miller with music by DJ Godson and DJ Counsellor.
MDeez, Bodine, Veronica Bishop, Elon Moxey, Sammi Star, Benje, Dyson Knight, Blaudy and D-Mac himself all backed by Exuma's Tropical Breeze Band will take over Regatta Park on December 23 and 24 for the blowout all star segments of the concert and Kalik beer-fest.
Also performing will be the Synergy Band, The Calypso Band and The Sweet Love Band. The concert will be hosted by the Mighty Pencil and Dwight Hart, with music by DJ Rev, DJ Scooby, DJ Spliff and Code Red.
Both concert nights will honor Exuma legends George Whylly, Kenneth Nixon and Godfrey Bowe.
D-Mac and Friends' Christmas in Exuma was first hosted on the island in 2013 and rebooted in 2015 to the delight of residents and local businesses who benefited from the economic boost. The overwhelming success of last year's concert heightened the anticipation of D-Mac and Friends 2016, and this year the event was expanded to three nights to include a night of gospel music honoring Exuma's gospel music icon, singer-songwriter Al Gibson, the author of classic songs "Brand New World" and "Living with Jesus on the Other Side".
D-Mac and Friends' All Star Weekend is sponsored by The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture; Ministry of Tourism; D-Mac Productions; Cash N' Go; Exuma Beach Resort; Kalik; Sandals Emerald Bay; Club Peace and Plenty; Don's Car Rental; Four C's; Two Turtles Inn; BTC, SkyBahamas; Island MMTS; YHMedia; Pineapple Air; Audio Plus and 98.3 The Breeze FM.
Tickets for D-Mac & Friends' All Star Weekend in Exuma are $60 for platinum, $40 for VIP and $20 for general admission. They can be purchased on Exuma at Cash N' Go, Exuma Beach Resort, Club Peace & Plenty, The Pub, Kermit's Airport Lounge, Two Turtles Inn and 98.3 The Breeze FM. Admission is free for the gospel concert.

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Ronnie Butler Jr. to give rare Bahamian performance on January 7

December 15, 2016

Every Bahamian knows the name Ronnie Butler. Dubbed "the godfather of Bahamian music", his calypso rhythms and satirical lyrics have been woven into the country's cultural tapestry for more than 50 years. What some may not realize, however, is that Butler's son and namesake -- known as Ron -- is also a multi-talented entertainer. And though he has sung and acted on stages the world over, Ronnie Butler Jr. has not performed in his home country for decades. On January 7, however, he'll perform at Green Turtle Cay's Bluff House Beach Resort as part of An Evening to Remember, a cocktail reception and fundraiser commemorating the 40th anniversary of the island's Albert Lowe Museum.
"My jazz recordings have been played on Bahamian radio, but this will be my first time singing live in The Bahamas since childhood, and I couldn't be more thrilled. In fact, I think the only person more thrilled than I am is my father," said Butler.
At just nine, Ron began performing with his father at Ronnie's Rebel Room and other venues throughout The Bahamas. Later, he was part of the European swing band, The Solicitors, and appeared in stage productions in New York; Washington, D.C.; and Los Angeles.
A member of New York's prestigious Atlantic Theater Company, Ron has appeared in television programs such as "Without a Trace", "Crossing Jordan", "Boston Legal", "How I Met Your Mother", "Scrubs", "Ugly Betty", "Medium", "Dirty Sexy Money", "Torchwood", "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia", "Bunheads" and "Secrets & Lies." He's best known for playing Oscar, the clever receptionist on Nickelodeon's "True Jackson, VP". His film appearances include "Homicide", "Smother", "Rain", "Funeral Day" and the upcoming "Alex & Jaime". Ron's 2004 performance in HBO's "Everyday People" earned an Independent Filmmaker Project award for Best Breakthrough Performance.
In recent years, Ron has also become known for his uncanny portrayal of President Barack Obama, appearing as the president on national radio and television and in online sketches. His short film, "Modern U.S. President" has received more than 2 million hits to date on YouTube.
As front man in a music trio that performs at various Los Angeles venues, Ron's entertaining and engaging stage presence has garnered a loyal following. Whether singing a jazz standard, one of his father's classic calypso hits, or a unique and haunting arrangement of a classic song, he's captivating to watch.
Tickets for "An Evening to Remember" are $50 and may be purchased online at www.albertlowemuseum.com, through Molly McIntosh at the Bluff House Beach Resort (242) 365-4247; Julie Farrington at Island Property Management (242) 365-4047; or Mandy Roberts: (242) 365-4402.
Established in 1976 by Bahamian artist and historian Alton Lowe, Green Turtle Cay's Albert Lowe Museum was the country's first historic museum. Through an extensive collection of artifacts, photographs, paintings, sculptures and writings, it tells of the Lucayans, who first inhabited these islands; the Eleutheran Adventurers and Loyalists, who sought refuge here; and generations of Bahamians, who struggled to survive in the face of isolation, adversity and the cruelty of nature. For more information, visit www.albertlowemuseum.com or telephone (242) 365-4094.

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Governor General attends National Youth Choir's Christmas Concert at Trinity Methodist Church

December 15, 2016

Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor-General (centre), attended the Bahamas National Youth Choir's Eighth Annual Christmas Concert at Trinity Methodist Church, December 13, 2016...

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REV launches newly-designed interactive REVTV programme guide
REV launches newly-designed interactive REVTV programme guide

December 15, 2016

REV today announced the launch of its new and improved REVTV programme guide, which offers customers the same features and functionality they have become accustomed to in a sleek, widescreen display...

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Nominations for the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Award®

December 14, 2016

Ceremony will be Simulcast Live on Sunday, January 29, 2016 on
TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. (ET)/5 p.m. (PT)

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HBO Recieved 14 Nominations forthe 74th Annual Golden Globe® Awards

December 12, 2016

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced its 74th annual Golden Globe® Awards nominations this morning. HBO received 14 nominations, the most of any network...

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Sandals Resorts International and CMT's Cody Alan Host Second Concert Event Featuring Young Band and Tucker Beathard

December 09, 2016

Exclusive LIV+ Concert Series Continues Performances for A Good Cause with Country Music Artists at Sandals Royal Bahamian..

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