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December 28, 2011
A Boxing Day Classical Concert featuring shakuhachi master Elizabeth Reian Bennett

Freeport, Bahamas - Boxing Day afternoon was the perfect time
to relax and truly appreciate the blessings of Christmas.  

The musical recital given by Elizabeth Reian Bennett, Grand Master of the Japanese

shakuhachi

bamboo flute at the Garden of the Groves was a

true gift to those in attendance



The shakuhachi is an unusual instrument
which 'sang' pulsating music with a vib...

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December 28, 2011
(Photos) Boxing Day Classical Concert featuring shakuhachi master Elizabeth Reian Bennett

Freeport, Bahamas - Boxing Day afternoon was the perfect time
to relax and truly appreciate the blessings of Christmas.  

The musical recital given by Elizabeth Reian Bennett, Grand Master of the Japanese

shakuhachi

bamboo flute at the Garden of the Groves was a

true gift to those in attendance



The shakuhachi is an unusual instrument
which 'sang' pulsating music with a vib...

read more »


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A Generous Gift For The New Year
January 11, 2012
A Generous Gift For The New Year

Pastors Eddie & Margo Victor along with the Congregation of Living Water Assembly received a generous gift for the New Year. An anonymous donor gave the ministry a new 2012 Toyota Hiace 16 Passenger Bus.

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January 18, 2012
Deveaux: Maritime Education 'A Crucial Gift'

The Bahamas' maritime industry is one that Bahamians need to take greater ownership in, as it has already brought millions into the country.

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January 24, 2012
The Heart Foundation gives a gift with heart: Aaron Pratt's story

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Meet Aaron Pratt - a 9 year old heart patient.  He had heart surgery 6 months after he was born.
His grandmother originally noticed that he was having difficulty breathing.  Subsequently he was taken to a private doctor for care.  Ms. Brown, Aaron's mother, was told that Aaron appeared to have a heart condition and to prepare to have Aaron admitted to PMH.  ...

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January 30, 2012
Repairing a Broken Heart...What a Gift: Aaron Pratt's story

Nassau, Bahamas - Aaron Pratt is a 9 year old, heart patient. He
had heart surgery 6 months after he was born. His grandmother originally
noticed that he was having difficulty breathing. Subsequently he was taken to a
private doctor for care. Ms.
Brown, Aaron's mother, was told that Aaron appeared to have a heart condition
and to prepare to have Aaron
admitted to PMH. The doctor also referred
Aaro...

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February 01, 2012
Repairing a Broken Heart...What a Gift: Heart care recipients take the lead to assist other patients

It's Heart Month and two
young ladies want to invite the general public to take initiative and
live heart healthy. More importantly, they want the public to follow
their lead and help repair the hearts of children in The Bahamas. 
Heart disease is the number one killer of persons around the world and
in The Bahamas. Heart disease does not discriminate by age, gender,
social status or ot...

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February 02, 2012
Give the Gift of Fashion This Valentine's Day

With Día del Amor y la Amistad just a few weeks away, it's time to
start thinking of what to gift your special sugarplum for Saint
Valentine's Day.

Forget flowers and chocolate and give the gift that will keep on giving, fashion!

Whether
you're in the market for a gift for your main man or a dainty little
number for your special lady, the recently opened Will & Ives
boutique in the M...

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February 07, 2012
McCartney criticizes govt over national stadium budget

The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has joined the group of people urging the government to scale back on opening ceremony costs for the national stadium in light of the current socioeconomic plight of many Bahamians.
DNA Leader Branville McCartney yesterday added that the stadium seemed to be less of a gift and more of a financial albatross, considering the growing amount of money the governme...

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February 15, 2012
Abaco Neem pushes into southern islands

It started with 8,000 imported Indian seeds and now, nearly 20 years later, Abaco Neem has blossomed into a full-fledged healthcare enterprise with its products offered in more than 100 outlets throughout The Bahamas.
Nick Miaoulis, Abaco Neem's owner, told Guardian Business that he recognized a long time ago that healthcare would become a major issue, as there are many cases of obesity throughout...

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