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56th Annual E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival to open Sept. 30 - Oct 1, 2015 - 12:48:18 AM

The Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture, Division of Culture, will launch its 56th Annual E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival with an official opening ceremony on Wednesday, 30th September, 2015 at 11:00a.m at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas; West Hill Street.

The festivities will commence with an Arts & Crafts Exhibition, which will display over 50 pieces of artwork produced by Primary, Junior and Senior High schools; as well as adults from numerous Family Islands throughout The Bahamas.

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Matthew Wildgoose's "Dream Face" comes to the Grand Gallery - Sep 23, 2015 - 6:56:31 PM

Artist and actor Matthew Wildgoose, will be presenting his international travel exhibition, which was first exhibited in Atlanta, Georgia “DREAM FACE” on August 26th, 2015. The exhibition will open in Freeport on Saturday, September 26th, 2015 at The Grand Gallery, at 7pm.

The exhibition represents Wildgoose’s experience as a professional actor. Exclusive pieces reflect scenes and faces that have influenced the artist throughout his acting career, which includes more than 30 productions. "This year’s theme compliments Atlanta because people acknowledge this town as Black Hollywood. I believe it’s a logical progression for me as an artist/actor to mount an exhibition that is inspired by the entertainment industry...
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Dame Marguerite Applauds Consistent Excellence of the Bahamas National Youth Choir - Sep 18, 2015 - 6:09:47 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- The Bahamas National Youth Choir celebrates 25 years of service to arts and culture in The Bahamas.  On September 17, they performed for the Governor General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling and invited guests on the occasion of the Official Opening of their 25th Anniversary Exhibition at the Central Bank of The Bahamas.

Dame Marguerite applauded the consistent excellence of the award-winning choir over its 25 years, under the direction of Cleophas R. E. Adderley, establishing it as a cornerstone of Bahamian cultural achievement and an inspiration to all...
Columns : Letters to The Editor
Pam Burnside: Straw Market Improvements - Sep 12, 2015 - 6:47:57 PM

Dear Editor,

I applaud the Straw Market Authority (SMA) and the Government for their recent upgrades to the straw market for the safety, comfort and health of the occupants and the public.

Now that these essential services have been provided, I trust that the SMA would likewise focus their attention to other essential improvements in order to stimulate the growth of genuine Bahamian industry and entrepreneurship, attributes that were the hallmark of the original Straw Market...

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AMMC Signs Memorandum for OAS Funded Historic Resources Project - Sep 11, 2015 - 9:28:13 AM

Nassau, Bahamas -  The quaint community of Dunmore Town on Harbour Island is proposed to become an internationally recognized historic district. During a recent three-day workshop held in the community, Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the OAS-funded COHERIT group to begin the project.

In 2014, COHERIT invited AMMC to select a community which met the criteria for the National Register of Historic Resources...
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Dundas Centre Ushering In Cultural Renaissance - Sep 7, 2015 - 10:40:54 AM

Nassau, The Bahamas - The Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts recently unveiled its plans to once again become a central fixture in Bahamian culture. The performing arts centre also announced an exclusive fundraiser and special preview of the classic play, The Landlord, which will benefit The Dundas’ renovation and expansion plans.

Established in 1930s, The Dundas was created as a training centre for individuals in the tourism industry and was transformed into a theatre in the early 1960s. During its heyday in the 70s and 80s, The Dundas was a key partner in regional cultural exchanges and showed performances from Bahamian playwrights such as Sam Bootle...
News : Ministry of Tourism Updates
Grand Bahama's Junkanoo Festival Winners Announced‏ - Sep 4, 2015 - 4:37:28 PM

The Ministry of Tourism in Grand Bahama announced the winners of the Summer Junkanoo Festival on Thursday evening at Sunset Village in Eight Mile Rock. The Summer  Junkanoo  Festival was also held in West Grand Bahama. The partnership with local Junkanoo groups enabled the vibrant cultural festival display to attract some 400 visitors, despite inclement weather for two weeks. 

Director of Tourism for Grand Bahama, Betty Bethel, was on hand to thank and encourage organizers and committee members for a job well done. She also said that all of the Junkanoo groups received prizes because the Ministry of Tourism wanted to show its support to all groups that helped to make this festival a success...
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The Official Unesco Creative Cities Banner Downtown Nassau Tells of Two Proud Bahamian Achievements - Aug 28, 2015 - 12:16:32 PM

Observant drivers and pedestrians passing in front of the British Colonial Hilton to round into Bay Street, downtown Nassau’s main thoroughfare, will notice a large, framed banner on the second-storey wall of the building just across the way. They should know that this display, erected through a collaboration between Creative Nassau and the Downtown Nassau Partnership, represents two achievements of which all Bahamians should be proud.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated The Bahamas’ capital, Nassau, a City of Crafts and Folk Arts in UNESCO’s prestigious Creative Cities Network (UCCN), which comprises 69 cities from 32 countries with designations ...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Bahamian Performers Light Up Carifesta in Haiti - Aug 26, 2015 - 5:32:37 PM

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- Queen of the Junkanoo Festival Allison Russell and Junkanoo icon and ‘King of Junkanoo’ Percy "Vola" Francis pose for the crowd, on August 22, 2015, during a Junkanoo rush at the Champs de Mars Grand Market, during Carifesta XII in Port-au-Prince,Haiti.

Photos  enclosed...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Bahamas delegation in Haiti for Carifesta - Aug 23, 2015 - 12:00:07 PM

HAITI -- The delegation of The Bahamas to the Caribbean wide cultural festival called Carifesta was warmly welcomed at their signature performance in Petionville, Port Au Prince, Haiti on Saturday evening 22nd August. The group led by Percy " Vola" Francis, consultant to the Ministry of Tourism and head of the Saxon Superstars, included the Rhythm Band directed by Rueben Deleveaux, Metellus Chipman, as the Obeah Man and Leroy Butler, the Limbo Dancer. There is a delegation of 43 people.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell is heading the official delegation. Dr. Linda Moxey Brown is heading as the Director of Culture for The Bahamas. The delegation returns to Nassau on Monday.
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Bahamas Native Reveals ‘Drama on Canvas’ Themed Art in Atlanta - Aug 19, 2015 - 5:00:39 PM

Artist / actor Matthew Wildgoose, a native of Grand Bahama, Bahamas will be presenting his international travel exhibition, “DREAM FACE” on Wednesday, August 26th in Atlanta, Georgia at Dream Café in historic Castleberry Hill, located at 249 Peters Street NW.

The exhibition represents Wildgoose’s experience as a professional actor. Exclusive pieces reflect scenes and faces that have influenced the artist throughout his acting career, which includes more than 30 productions. "This year’s theme compliments Atlanta because people acknowledge this town as Black Hollywood...
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Sir Durward Knowles Endorses Lucayan Sea Naming - Aug 19, 2015 - 12:57:46 PM

At 98, The Bahamas’ best-loved sailing legend and the country’s first Olympic Gold Medal winner Sir Durward Knowles knows a thing or two about the Bahamian sea.

Now, he says, the time has come to name it.

This week, he signed on to the campaign to name the waters around The Bahamas The Lucayan Sea.

“I think it’s an excellent idea,” said the legendary sailor known as Sea Wolf. “The waters around The Bahamas should be named...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Grand Bahama Junkanoo groups given seed money for Summer Fest finales - Aug 17, 2015 - 10:36:42 PM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- The Ministry of Tourism, Grand Bahama Island, made a special presentation of funds to local Junkanoo groups at the Ministry of Tourism’s office, August 17. 

Junkanoo groups have partnered with Tourism to display Junkanoo culture at the Junkanoo Summer Festivals in West Grand Bahama – in the communities of Eight Mile Rock and West End.  Groups were given seed money to assist with the grand finale on August 21 and 22...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Pastor Rex Major Makes Book Presentation to the Governor General‏ - Aug 10, 2015 - 5:04:37 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Pastor Rex Major presented a copy of his recent book, March On To Glory and To God, to Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General on Monday, August 10, at Government House.

Pastor Major is pictured fourth left, next to Dame Marguerite. He was accompanied by Rex Major & Associates Board Members...
(Video) Bahamas opens Sports Legend Walk of Fame - Jul 31, 2015 - 6:22:55 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - After last week's naming of Mychal Thompson Blvd, with NBA champion and his son Klay Thompson in attendance,  the official grand opening of the Sports Legend Walk of Fame also took place.

Twenty-eight permanent hand drawn portrait monuments created by internationally acclaimed 'Celebrity Artist' Jamaal Rolle were unveiled and these artworks have immortalized the many great sports legends of the Bahamas from the last decade and beyond. 

Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe spoke highly of the installation...
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Impending Resurgence of Bain & Grants Town as a Cultural & Heritage Centre - Jul 29, 2015 - 12:36:14 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Twenty-seven minutes, that’s about the time it takes to fly from Nassau to Congo Town (Andros), or to complete a lap around the “new” Cable Beach Strip.  It is also the time it takes for a leisurely stroll from Brougham Street to Meeting Street, one of the oldest, most historically rich, but underexposed, communities in the country. 

Many Bahamians can trace their ancestry to the village of Bain & Grants Town.    The ‘navel string’ of individuals throughout The Bahamas can be found in this community and the homesteads of many well-known families still stand prominently in the area.  Today Bain & Grants Town, the heart of old Nassau, is used mostly as a short cut by Bahamians dashing through the area, never stopping to appreciate all that this forgotten gem has to offer...
News : Ministry of Tourism Updates
Bahamas Culture Dazzles at S. Florida Reception - Jul 26, 2015 - 6:41:32 PM

Coconut Grove, FL, July 24, 2015  -  An impressive crowd including members of South Florida’s Consular Corps, business and other key influencers in the South Florida community, and the local media, were feted to a dazzling display of Bahamian culture at a reception held Thursday, July 23rd, at the Kampong, Coconut Grove, in celebration of The Bahamas’ 42nd Independence Anniversary.

The reception, The Miami Bahamas Junkanoo Festival kickoff, was a joint effort between the City of Miami, The Bahamas Consulate General Miami and The Bahamas Tourist Office, Florida and featured the world famous Royal Bahamas Police Force Pop Band.  Other highlights of the evening were an exciting display of color and sounds, by group, Bahamas Junkanoo Revue, and delicious Island tastes from Bahamian chefs flown in for the event...
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25th annual Hatchet Bay Festival to start on July 29th - Jul 24, 2015 - 12:11:14 PM

The 25th annual Hatchet Bay Festival  will take place from Wednesday, July 29 through Monday, August 3, 2015.  Join the community in 25 years of celebrating Bahamian Culture while 'Reflecting on the Good Ole Days."

Entertainment includes The Brilanders, the RBPF Band & Choir, DJ Fadda Chippy, a Fashion Show, a Bridal Show a Junkanoo Rush-Out, and a Gospel Concert...
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(Video) NBA champion Klay Thompson receives portrait by Jamaal Rolle - Jul 24, 2015 - 6:53:20 AM

Nassau, New Providence - At the recently honouring and welcoming of Bahamian basketball legend Michael Thompson and his son, current NBA champion Klay Thompson, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe, a variety of Bahamian executives, and spectators were present to see the unveiling of a custom portrait created by world renowned Bahamian artist Jamaal Rolle aka “The Celebrity Artist."

At the reception, the unveiling of the portrait was introduced by the Prime Minister Perry G Christie who humorously said to Klay Thompson, “Boy I wish I look like you,” sparking laughter from Thompson and those gathered.

Arts & Culture : Books
New Book by High-ranking Naval Officer Calls for Naming Bahamas Waters the Lucayan Sea - Jul 17, 2015 - 9:00:26 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - A high-ranking naval officer and author of several scholarly publications is calling for the majestic waters of The Bahamas and Turks & Caicos to be named the Lucayan Sea, declaring that the name not only pays fitting tribute to the islands’ original inhabitants but reflects the nature of Bahamians as a people of peace.

Captain Tellis A. Bethel, Acting Commodore of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, makes a strong and thorough argument for the naming of yet-anonymous waters in his new book, The Lucayan Sea, Birthplace of the Modern Americas (Outskirts Press.com). The book, available in hard copy and online for Kindle, takes the reader on a 90-page journey from the time the Lucayans welcomed Christopher Columbus to the New World to the continuing absence of a name for either the territorial waters extending up to 12 miles or the exclusive economic zone that extends up to 200 miles offshore...
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