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Talk Show Host Kirk Mr. Matters of The Heart Johnson Releases First Book
Talk Show Host Kirk ‘Mr. Matters of The Heart’ Johnson Releases First Book

May 16, 2019

Bahamian talk show host and university academic advisor, Kirk Johnson has released his first book, My Heart Matters: Making a Comeback After Love Breaks Your Heart. The publication debuts just as Johnson, “Mr. Matters of the Heart,” revealed plans to relaunch his popular radio show “Matters of the Heart” in 2019.

Johnson’s talk show was a hit in The Bahamas, where he went live to moderate lively discussions on family, relationships, grief, personal growth, and other human-interest topics. He continues to inspire through his social media platforms as a relationship educator and persistence coach.

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From Oils and Acrylics to Pancake Art  The New Royal Baby has been created in a FlippinAwesome Way!
From Oils and Acrylics to Pancake Art – The New Royal Baby has been created in a “Flippin’Awesome Way!”

May 15, 2019

Jamaal Rolle – The Celebrity Artist has drawn Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth II and now her grandson, ­­Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor; using a most unusual medium.

When Prince Harry officially visited The Bahamas in 2012, The Celebrity Artist, Jamaal Rolle was commissioned by the Bahamian government to draw a portrait and present it to His Royal Highness. It was one of the many celebrated moments for The Bahamas and the artist who has drawn or painted many world figures. Jamaal Rolle’s life like portraits are captivating and breathtaking and this time instead of painting on canvas, he has created a new art medium that is wowing fans.

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WSC's Water Month 7th Annual Essay Video Awards Ceremony and Reception
WSC's Water Month 7th Annual Essay & Video Awards Ceremony and Reception

May 15, 2019

To the theme, 'No Water, No Life,' school students participated in Water and Sewerage Corporation's National Essay and Video Competition centred on the importance of water during this National Water Month, observed in The Bahamas by the Corporation for the past 24 years. An Essay and Video Awards Ceremony and Reception was held on Friday afternoon, May 10, at the Corporation's headquarters and celebrated the achievement of the winners: Ariel Deane, Nassau Christian Academy -- First Place Essay Competition; Canaan Cooper, Aquinas College -- Second Place Essay Competition; and Blandicah Cadet, C.V. Bethel High School -- First Place Video Competition. Deputy General Manager, Robert Deal, gave remarks and made the award presentations. (BIS Photos/Raymond A. Bethel, Sr.)

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Lower Deadman's Cay Primary Brings Drama to the National Arts Festival
Lower Deadman's Cay Primary Brings Drama to the National Arts Festival

May 15, 2019

Lower Deadman's Cay students Sasha Fox and prefect Brianna Moore recited their way into the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Long Island Adjudications, as it made its first stop on the island, on May 13, 2019. Drama Adjudicator and Cultural Icon Philip Burrows gave the students pointers and encouragement, while Senior Cultural Officer with responsibility for the Festival, Sonovia Pierre, spoke to teachers of different grade levels about what their students can do to enter more disciplines next year.

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Transforming Spaces Donates To Lend A Hand Bahamas
Transforming Spaces Donates To Lend A Hand Bahamas

May 13, 2019

Transforming Spaces (TS) has announced that its 15th anniversary Art Tour entitled “SUSTAIN: I Have A Dream – I Am the Dream - We are the Dream” was a resounding success, having transported close to 300 patrons over the April 6 weekend to visit five art galleries (D’Aguilar Art Foundation, Doongalik Studios, Hillside House, The Current at Popop Studios, and the University of The Bahamas), together with allowing them to view their Dream Wall of Respect Mural project in Lewis Street, as well as Atlantis’ Marina Village Art Walk.

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Mrs. Minnis Accompanies Gambier Primary Students on Field Trip to Ardastra Gardens

May 09, 2019

Spouse of the Prime Minister, Mrs. Patricia Minnis accompanied students of Gambier Primary on a field trip to Ardastra Gardens, on Tuesday, to learn about indigenous plants and animals of The Bahamas...

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Peter Mayhew: Harrison Ford leads tributes to Star Wars' Chewbacca actor

May 03, 2019

Star Wars star Harrison Ford has paid an emotional tribute to Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew, who has died aged 74, saying: "I loved him..."

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Young Bahamian Beats Odds, Attains International Recognition

May 01, 2019

22-year-old Elijah Stevens left the Bahamas unaccompanied at age 17 in 2013 with faith, all his belongings and $100 to pursue his dreams of becoming a classical pianist...

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Julien Believe's 2019 World Covers The US, China, Germany and His Beloved Bahamas

April 30, 2019

Music Ambassador of The Bahamas performs his hits around the globe...Bahamian singer, songwriter and producer Julien Believe has once again elevated his music career by embarking on his biggest world tour to date...

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Department of Public Health Talent Show and Karaoke

April 30, 2019

The Ministry of Health's Department of Public Health held a talent show and karaoke night Saturday, April 27, in the courtyard of the Ministry of Health as a fund raiser for Nurses Month, to be observed in May...

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Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort to Launch Twilight Electric Pop-Up Festival this Spring
Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort to Launch Twilight Electric Pop-Up Festival this Spring

April 24, 2019

Iconic Bahamian resort to host ten-week outdoor evening festival, inspired by the vibrant culture and impactful artistry of The Bahamas (April 13 - June 23)...

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Netflix warns price rises to hit subscriber growth
Netflix warns price rises to hit subscriber growth

April 17, 2019

Netflix expects subscriber growth to slow in the second quarter as the film and TV streaming firm continues to roll out price rises.

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April 17, 2019

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April 15, 2019

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Jamaal on fast train to China
Jamaal on fast train to China

April 12, 2019

"A Vision United" -- the latest project by renowned Bahamian artist and The Tribune cartoonist Jamaal Rolle has garnered international acclaim after it became the focal point of the closing ceremony of UNESCO's Third International Youth Forum on Creativity and Heritage (IYF3).

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29th Annual Spring Concert Season-The Bahamas National Youth Choir

April 01, 2019

The Bahamas National Youth Choir is pleased to present their 29th Annual Concert Season to the Bahamas and to the World! Concert goers can expect a spectacular show set for 8pm nightly, April 10th-13th, 2019 at the Dundas Center for the Performing Arts...

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Dance Begins at GB National Arts Festival

March 28, 2019

Dancers in Grand Bahama took to the stage, at the start of the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival dance adjudications on the island March 27, 2019...

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Buju fans warned: Be careful on tickets
Buju fans warned: Be careful on tickets

March 28, 2019

PARADISE Productions officials are warning patrons to purchase their Buju Banton Long Walk to Freedom Tour tickets from authorised sellers only...

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Doongalik Studios Prepares for Transforming Spaces

March 25, 2019

Doongalik Studios is eagerly preparing for the 15th anniversary of the annual Transforming Spaces art tour taking place on Saturday and Sunday, April 6 & 7. Doongalik’s response to this year’s “SUSTAIN...

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Student Percussionists Strike Up the Audience at National Arts Festival

March 19, 2019

Primary and high school students garnered applause and cheers from the audience for their skills on percussion instruments, at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts...

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