Entertainment

No reports on Junkanoo rush out, say police
No reports on Junkanoo rush out, say police

May 10, 2021

POLICE said they had no reports regarding a post-funeral Junkanoo rush out in the Centreville area on the weekend with what appeared to be over a hundred people congregating closely together while playing and dancing to native music.

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American stand-up comedian and actor Sebastian Maniscalco brings a night of laughs to Atlantis
American stand-up comedian and actor Sebastian Maniscalco brings a night of laughs to Atlantis

May 07, 2021

American stand-up comedian and actor Sebastian Maniscalco is coming to the Atlantis for a night of laughs.

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'Without Remorse' is quite watchable primarily because of Michael B. Jordan

May 07, 2021

Video games are big business; a mega, multi-billion-dollar industry, with sales projected to continue to rise over the next few years.

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Forewarned is forearmed
Forewarned is forearmed

April 30, 2021

Baha Mar's Mini Blue Golf Course is definitely not dull; a course not to be taken for granted.

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Fusing rock, funky jazz with a touch of Junkanoo for the win
Fusing rock, funky jazz with a touch of Junkanoo for the win

April 30, 2021

"Funkatology" - a fusion of rock and funky jazz with a touch of Junkanoo - a song penned by Chris Fox about seven years ago, has earned the 77-year-old a win at the 2020 SongDoor International Songwriting Competition.

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Dwight's Oscar scorecard: Only two wrong sort of
Dwight's Oscar scorecard: Only two wrong (sort of)

April 30, 2021

There's been so much to talk about last Sunday's Academy Awards telecast.

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'Mortal Kombat': Super-violent, non-sensical fun

April 30, 2021

Just like the martial arts fighting video game on which it’s based, people are going to find themselves in two corners while watching “Mortal Kombat.”

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CBC Partners With Cans4kids for Earth Day Aluminum Can Drive
CBC Partners With Cans4kids for Earth Day Aluminum Can Drive

April 16, 2021

This Earth Day, the Caribbean Bottling Company (Bahamas) Ltd. (CBC) will partner with Cans4kids (Cans for Kids) for an aluminum can drive. The April 22 event, which will be hosted at the R. M. Bailey Park from 2-5pm, will award prizes to the person who donates the most aluminum cans, by weight. Cans4kids will also officially launch their 3-month-long school can donation competition, which will award the school who collects the most aluminum cans with $300. The individual student who collects the most cans will also win $100.

For members of the general public who would like to make a donation at the Earth Day Can Drive, they can collect their empty aluminum cans in trash bags and bring them to the R. M. Bailey Park on April 22, to be weighed. Schools wishing to take part in the student centric competition can donate their cans at their schools or bring them to the R. M. Bailey park to be weighed and logged. School drive donations will be accepted until July 24.

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K.B. releases new single - Das Why We Savin' Da Bays
K.B. releases new single - Das Why We Savin' Da Bays

April 12, 2021

Bahamian recording artist and producer Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie is not relenting in his pursuit to engage his fans and the wider community in discussions on issues impacting the environment. Evidence of this is the release of a new single Das Why We Savin’ Da Bays.

Since joining the non-profit environmental group, Save the Bays, and even before that, Bodie has written, produced and performed a number of songs aimed at bringing awareness to and fighting unregulated development and environmental degradation in The Bahamas.

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Mortimer candidly explores life-defining experiences in new podcast Looking Deep

January 22, 2021

● Twenty-minute, interview-style episodes hosted by Kareem Mortimer
● Candidly explores intimate subject matter, including sexuality, religion, surrogacy, human trafficking, and more
● Aftershow featuring Mortimer and co-host Julia Woolley Chatwin dissecting each episode

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Junkanooers 'depressed' by lack of parade
Junkanooers 'depressed' by lack of parade

December 29, 2020

FOR the first time in more than five decades, the magic of Junkanoo that attracts people near and far to downtown Nassau was gone, due to COVID-19 protocols that require social distancing...

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Soca Queen Alison Hinds Headlines The Zonta Club Of New Providence’s Annual Wine Dinner

December 02, 2020

The Queen of Soca Alison Hinds has joined with the Zonta Club of New Providence’s (ZCNP) campaign to ‘Say No’ to violence against women and girls with 16-Days of Activism...

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BTC’s For the Culture Back by Popular Demand

November 24, 2020

Lawrence Rolle vs. Simeon Outten...For the Culture returns – by popular demand with what is expected to be an inspirational show featuring Prophet Lawrence Rolle vs. Pastor Simeon Outten...

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2020/2021 National Junkanoo Parades Postponed Until it is Safe

November 19, 2020

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture The Government of The Bahamas wishes to inform the general public that the National Junkanoo Parades for the 2020/2021 Season...

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BTC Introduces ‘For the Culture’ A Virtual Clash Featuring Local Artistes

October 05, 2020

BTC launched the first ever virtual clash by local artistes similar to the renowned Verzuz series created by Timbaland and Swizz Beatz. The web series, dubbed ‘For the Culture’ features six local artistes showcasing their top recording hits...

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Julien Believe Set to Hit the Virtual Stage for Regional Concert of Hope
Julien Believe Set to Hit the Virtual Stage for Regional Concert of Hope

September 29, 2020

A virtual gathering of people will now take the place of the thousands that usually gather in person for the annual “Walk for the Cure” that seeks to raise awareness and aid for Breast Cancer causes in The Bahamas and across the region...

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Minnis urges Junkanoo to stay on hold until virus subsides
Minnis urges Junkanoo to stay on hold until virus subsides

September 10, 2020

WHILE paying tribute to a deceased Junkanoo pioneer in Grand Bahama this week, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said he hoped the community would not organise future parades until the COVID-19 threat subsides...

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Chainsmokers gig prompts inquiry over social distancing
Chainsmokers gig prompts inquiry over social distancing

July 28, 2020

A charity concert featuring The Chainsmokers is being investigated after footage appeared to show fans ignoring social distancing regulations...

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Female gamers are on the rise in the 'world capital of gaming'
Female gamers are on the rise in the 'world capital of gaming'

July 14, 2020

The number of females playing video games in Asia is growing at a faster rate than their male rivals, according to the latest research...

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Naya Rivera: Glee cast and other stars pay tribute
Naya Rivera: Glee cast and other stars pay tribute

July 14, 2020

Tributes have been paid to actress Naya Rivera, whose death has been confirmed by US police...

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