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February 16, 2013
Tickets now on sale for Transforming Spaces annual art tour

Galleries and artists are gearing up for Nassau's most exciting event in visual art - the Transforming Spaces art tour. Tickets are now on sale for this two day bus tour set for March 16-17, which will be making stops at eight participating galleries.

Last year's tour under the theme of "Fibre" challenged artists to use indigenous materials in innovative ways, treating viewers to a fascinating ex...

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March 17, 2017
Pasting colors

I have visions of color rubbing up on each other, sliding over liquid slopes of sun-drenched limestone and bleached out roads, deepened by heat and dust. Color capturing what we do not see, but refuse to ignore. Islands are aloof, detached, yet our islands lay under the vibrant eyes of people who do not know this. They have always travelled, always ventured, always known that life is bigger than u...

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March 14, 2013
U.S. Embassy: Crime still cause for concern

The Bahamas' crime problem continues to be a cause of concern for the United States Department of State, which has an obligation to report possible threats to its citizens, Acting U.S. Charge d'Affaires John Armstrong said yesterday. Armstrong, who was speaking to The Nassau Guardian...

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January 31, 2017
Getting to a healthier you

After a seemingly endless stream of events that meant more over-indulgence than you would like to think, and at the end of the first month of the new year, it's time to breathe and ensure that you continue to put into practice the healthier practices you resolved to achieve.
Kayla Dean, 30, is one of those people who resolved to try to change her eating habits once again, especially as she feels s...

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January 02, 2017
The dreaded flu and cold season

It's that time of year again -- everywhere you go you seem to be bombarded with people coughing, sneezing, and blowing their noses. These are symptoms that indicate that the dreaded cold and flu season is once again upon us, and many Bahamians will succumb to the illness at least once during the period.
Dr. Lynwood Brown told The Nassau Guardian in an earlier interview that you should not be quick...

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December 15, 2016
LPIA Shares Top Tips, Airport Amenities and Festive Events to Take the Humbug Out of Holiday Travel

The busy holiday travel season is well underway at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA). Officials anticipate an estimated 85,000 passengers will move through the airport’s facilities between mid-December and New Year’s Day...

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November 15, 2016
Agricultural development and environmental health for The Bahamas, pt. 4

There are several points I would like to make in this final letter and they relate to the natural environment around us, the establishment of a healthy primary production environment (agriculture and fishing), and the protection of both.

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November 04, 2016
Nomad of the Golden Hour

Art is often largely underestimated as a tool for education in schools. Outside of the use of art to illustrate a theme or provide a creative interpretation of a concept, the power of art as an inclusive and encompassing tool for understanding and looking at the world seems quite lost. Art opens up dialogue in such a vast catchment of topics in ways that other things just cannot, and in time for t...

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C.R. Walker's Taniesha Rolle Wins New Providence Senior Young Chef Contest
March 04, 2013
C.R. Walker's Taniesha Rolle Wins New Providence Senior Young Chef Contest

C.R. Walker Senior School's Taniesha Rolle earned the right to compete in the National Young Chef competition after capturing the New Providence Senior Young Chef contest.Rolle will compete for the national senior title during the 21st Annual Mahatma Rice/Robin Hood Flour National (All Island) Sr. Young Chef Championship on Thursday, March 14 at C.C. Sweeting Senor School.

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October 11, 2016
HeadKnowles launches hurricane relief effort

THE devastation left behind by Hurricane Matthew has set in motion massive relief efforts by charity organisations, which yesterday appealed for emergency food items and essential toiletries for people most impacted by the monster storm.

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