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“Local Heroes”— Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond

In “Local Heroes,” Peter Schjeldahl (The New Yorker, 20 October 2014) writes about the exhibition called “Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond,” on view at the Brooklyn Museum, which—as he says—“surveys recent art from the borough.” I hope to see this exhibition soon; it is on view until January 4, 2015 . 501 more words


Pet Sharks eh? Who knew! Compass Cay, BAHAMAS

Best anchorage – didn’t even feel a wave!
Not that wave’s feel bad, they don’t, it’s just a matter of the anchor. When you know that to be secure you can really sleep easy. 440 more words


The Bahamas - part 2

After my last post we started walking back to the ship. As we neared the market Stephane said “let’s cross here”. We crossed the road and as we started walking we saw these two big ladies. 314 more words

The Bahamas

A Very Special Moment between a Pig & His Apple - Staniel Cay

One Pig One Apple

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How great is this – swimming pigs! 100 more words


The Bahamas - part 1

The way of the global traveller has changed. Where in the pass we huddled in line waiting for a pay phone we now gather in a huddled mass around a free wifi hotspot! 341 more words


I have arrived and survived!

I arrived here on September 20th.The overall trip was simple. But the last portion of the flight was interesting because I was able to experience flying through a lightning storm. 237 more words

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The Bahamas Captured An Escaped Ebola Patent

Today flight controls at The Grand Bahama International Airport. Got contacted from a private jet coming from Africa and had a Ebola Patent on it,  airport officials quickly sounded the alarm as a high risk red alert , officials ordered  all fight’s were stopped and the terminals shut down as the aircraft running low on fuel entered the tropical island. 234 more words

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