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Beautiful costumes from 25 Junkanoo groups, the best in Bahamian music, on the beach at Da Cultural Village at the Western Esplanade set the scene for the party that launched Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival by the National Festival Commission.
An upbeat tune that Visage members created to uplift Bahamians battling cancer has gone international. Last year, Visage Band Bahamas members, Dyson Knight and Wendi Lewis and producer, Frederick Seymour donated the Komen Bahamas Anthem to the Susan G. Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure...
Saturday 29th September 2012 11:00 AM
The Mall at Marathon 23rd Anniversary
Sidewalk Sale Thursday-Saturday September 27-29, 2012
The Mall at Marathon Anniversary Celebration Saturday, September 29, 2012
.Anniversary Cupcakes served at 12:00 Noon Listen to us by live remotes from 10:am-2pm
The Mall at Marathon located in Nassau, is the Bahamas largest en...
Comedian ‘Naughty’ To Play Nice, But Says “Expect The Unexpected” One of the hottest comedians in the country and some of the most popular musical acts on the scene will take the stage next Saturday for a worthwhile cause...
If you thought the temperature these past days has been hot -- then it's going to be a scorcher when Darcy "Ras Iley" Small, the man known as "Mr. Energy" and Visage, one of the most energetic bands in the country, come together to rock
REGISTRATION for the 2016 Susan G Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure opened yesterday to a special musical backdrop as the event's first official anthem was unveiled. "Save The World (Susan G Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure)" was created and donated by Visage Band Bahamas members, Wendi Lewis and Dyson Knight. Anwar McDonald helped to write the song and Frederick Seymour produced it.