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One is the current king of dancehall with monster hits like "Gyal a Bubble", "Do Summ", "Realest" and "Good Girl Gone Bad"; the other is known as the Energy God with hits like "Willie Bounce", "Pon De River", "Jook Gal", "Five-O" and "Nuh Linga" -- and with the art of blending, Konshens and Elephant Man will take the Hennessy Artistry concert series by storm...
A Commonwealth Brewery employee has been charged in connection with a fire that caused almost $1 million in damage to the Burns House Liquor Store on John F Kennedy Drive. Darrell Neely, 41, of Marshall Road, made his first court appearance before Senior Magistrate Carolyn [...]
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President of the North Andros Chamber of Commerce and Employers' Confederation Darren Bethel said Hurricane Matthew would have a great economic impact on the island, particularly for residents of Lowe Sound, who appeared to have sustained the most damage from the storm on that island...
As we enter another exciting Junkanoo season, Kalik, the Beer of the Bahamas, relishes the opportunity to play a pivotal role in the preservation of our iconic national celebration. Kalik has become synonymous with what it means to be a Bahamian, from Junkanoo, to the Barefoot Bandit Special, to rake n scrape and regatta, celebrating our rich Bahamian culture that runs deep in your veins. From the...
Commonwealth Brewery Limited unifies its 55+ retail locations and brand identity with new name and look
The Bahamasí largest and oldest wines and spirits distributor, Commonwealth Brewery Limited, announced that its retail locations have undergone a total brand revision in favour of a new identity that better reflects its strong cultural ties and unites its retail presence across the country.
Stout lovers across the Caribbean raised their glasses (or bottles) as the case may be to toast 253 years of Guinness greatness during the annual Arthur Guinness Day celebrations on Thursday, September 27, but Bahamians in true form will close the celebrations with a bang with a concert featuring Mr. Vegas and Grammy-award winning, platinum recording artist and dancehall diva Lady Saw.