Entertainment

Are Valley Boys set to lose crown to Saxons
Are Valley Boys set to lose crown to Saxons

January 21, 2020

QUESTIONS swirled last night about whether the official results of the 2019 Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade strips the Valley Boys of its victory and pushes the Saxons Superstars into first place...

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Joy of Christmas Debuts at Dundas. Musical Showcases Talented Teens

January 02, 2020

The holidays might have come and gone but for those wanting to hold on to the Yuletide season for just a little while longer, The Joy of Christmas, a new musical is set to debut at the Dundas Theatre for Performing Arts Saturday, featuring a talented crop of fresh faces in a kaleidoscope of music, drama and dance.

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Junkanoo groups in Boxing Day protest
Junkanoo groups in Boxing Day protest

December 31, 2019

JUNKANOO Corporation New Providence (JCNP) chairman Dion Miller has revealed that four to six groups are contesting the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade results...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY JUNKANOO PARADE - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
NEW YEAR'S DAY JUNKANOO PARADE - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

December 31, 2019

From 12:00pm (noon) Tuesday 31st, December, 2019 until after the parades, NO vehicles will be allowed to park on the following streets...

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UPDATED: Valley Boys take Junkanoo crown
UPDATED: Valley Boys take Junkanoo crown

December 27, 2019

THE VALLEY Boys stampeded to victory as the unofficial winner of the 2019 Boxing Day parade, wowing judges and spectators alike with its exotic African theme: "Wildlife on the Great Serengeti"...

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All set for a Junkanoo party
All set for a Junkanoo party

December 24, 2019

WITH the 2019 Boxing Day Junkanoo parade hours away, members from the leading Junkanoo groups across New Providence say they are ready to rush on Bay Street and wow spectators with their various themes...

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A nation's 'heartbeat'

December 13, 2019

Kalik, the beer of The Bahamas, recently launched its "Who are We!" campaign featuring limited 16-ounce cans and bottles branded with various Junkanoo groups, which sparked a national conversation and ignited the enthusiasm of Junkanooers and Bahamians alike.
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You may know many people named Jeff, it may even be your government name, but there's one place apparently you don't want to be known as Jeff - and that's in the Junkanoo shack. Your name might be Peter, it might be Paul, but if [...]
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Partying in paradise

December 13, 2019

Regatta Buffet's island mashed potato with cassava, plantain, sweet potato and Idaho potato with a glazed rack of lamb which was finished with a red wine reduction and mint jelly...

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Prepare for an uncomfortable and emotional but still fun ride with 'Queen Slim'

December 13, 2019

Jodie Turner-Smith, left, and Daniel Kaluuya attend the 2019 AFI Fest opening night premiere of "Queen and Slim" on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, in Los Angeles...

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BIFF FEATURED MOVIE: Born Into The Gig
BIFF FEATURED MOVIE: Born Into The Gig

December 12, 2019

BORN INTO THE GIG is a music-driven documentary that follows five singer-songwriters who hope to carve their own musical identity in the shadow of their parents' iconic greatness.

* CHRIS STILLS -- son of Stephen Stills and French star, Veronique Sanson
* SKIP MARLEY -- grandson of Bob Marley
* KORI WITHERS -- daughter of the hit-maker Bill Withers
* BEN and Sally TAYLOR-- children of James Taylor and Carly Simon

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Stranger Things actress stars as a nymphomaniac in new indie DramAction film TUSCALOOSA
Stranger Things actress stars as a nymphomaniac in new indie DramAction film TUSCALOOSA

December 11, 2019

Love is a fickle friend in a mixed up story with friendship, freedom, and rebellion. As a teen she was institutionalized by her father for alleged nymphomania. Virginia (Natalia Dyer) needs to escape the state mental hospital before she's gets a brain damaging operation. Looking for a friend to help her bust out she finds Billy (Devon Bostick) the hospital grounds keeper. But Billy and his best friend Nigel are trying to piece together their own broken lives after mysteriously losing their mothers. Abandoned as children, they grew up together as brothers but as the years pass, allegiances change. A story filled with controversy and chaos set in the sweltering heat of the south. There's a war going on and Watts sparks a fire in T-town.

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BIFF FEATURED MOVIE: Inside The Rain
BIFF FEATURED MOVIE: Inside The Rain

December 11, 2019

College film student Benjamin Glass (played by writer-director Aaron Fisher) has it all: ADHD, OCD, borderline personality. And he’s also bipolar. But Glass is more than his diagnoses – he prefers the term “recklessly extravagant” -- and he’s determined to prove his genius. When a misunderstanding threatens to expel him from college, Glass pushes back; he plans on recreating the incident on video, with the help of a moonlighting sex worker (Ellen Toland), to clear his name. But how will he raise the money for the film, when his parents dismiss the scheme as another manic episode?

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Bahamians participate in CEDA Business of Music programme

November 26, 2019

The Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) and the Access Accelerator, Small Business. Development Centre (SBDC) partnered to have three Bahamians participate in the Business of Music (BOM) programme hosted by CEDA...

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Sometimes revivals happen with unlikely sparks

November 21, 2019

Over the past year, hip-hop artist Kanye West has amazed both the hip-hop and the Christian communities with his very vocal and public proclamations of his faith...

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The Baha Men and The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Launch LETS'S GO BAHAMAS Tourism Campaign
The Baha Men and The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Launch #LETS'S GO BAHAMAS Tourism Campaign

November 11, 2019

The Baha Men have created a new video for their song 'Lets Go', specifically for the #LetsGoBahamas campaign and have chosen to donate royalties to the Bahamas Red Cross...

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Pulse Reel to Real Maleficent: Mistress of Evil sacrifices what I expected to see
Pulse Reel to Real ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ sacrifices what I expected to see

November 01, 2019

If somehow you missed the series finale of “Game of Thrones” this past May – as you must have been incarcerated or in a coma – you’ve got another chance in theaters at the moment...

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Rose McGowan sues Weinstein over silencing attempts
Rose McGowan sues Weinstein over silencing attempts

October 24, 2019

Actress Rose McGowan has filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein, his ex-lawyers and a private intelligence agency, accusing them of trying to silence her...

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Party like a Royal

October 18, 2019

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha, electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling, DJ Tony Okungbowa, Junior New System of “America’s Got Talent” fame and the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Marching Band have been added to Atlantis’ New Year’s Party Like a Royal Extravaganza on December 31...

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It's festival season

October 18, 2019

Peru was represented at last year's popular International Culture Wine & Food Festival, which was originally conceived to recognize United Nations Day...

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39th Coconut Grove Bahamian/Caribbean Festival

October 15, 2019

This extremely amazing cultural event is a celebration of the legacy of a Bahamian-rooted community known as Coconut Grove. This is also the perfect time, not forget that the Bahamas still needs our help after Hurricane Dorian’s devastation...

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