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Getting Ready For Christmas

I have always held the belief that Christmas is a season and not a day. So naturally, getting ready for the festive season is the most exciting part of the holidays. 467 more words


Conservationists want you to eat more lionfish. Wait, what?

PRI (Public Radio International) recently published an article based on an interview, “Fighting an Invasive Species by Adding It to the Menu,” which was aired on Science Friday. 432 more words


The Bahamas: Not Only Sunshine on a Remote Island

K.A. Albury’s Life on a Rock is set on a small and isolated island in the Bahamas. Kate and Peter Albury managed Highborne Cay for five years; long hours, hard physical labour and endless worry about money. 558 more words

Caribbean Literature

Plans to Search for Ancient Remains in Long Island, the Bahamas

The Bahamas Weekly reports that the University of The Bahamas (UB) in collaboration with the Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) and the Florida Museum of Natural History, held a press conference at the university on November 29, 2016, to announce plans to search for ancient remains in the sand dunes of Clarence Town, Long Island.  545 more words



Our little basin that is The Caribbean holds beautiful formations that have risen from, shifted and sunken into our space. Weather and time has given us volcanoes, caves and cliffs molded in limestone; forests that nurture spectacular waterfalls and magical bays that produce unexplored lagoons and mangroves. 986 more words


World's largest underwater sculpture; the only way to see it is by scuba diving

In the short article “A British man made the world’s largest underwater sculpture and the only way to see it is by scuba diving” ( 149 more words


National Exhibition 8—The Bahamas

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas and Hillside House announce the opening of National Exhibition 8 OFFsite show at the Antonius Roberts Studio and Gallery at Hillside House… 79 more words