Saturday, March 25, 2017

Bahamian Art & Culture : No. 301 : 03.24.17


This week, Bahamian Art & Culture is gearing up for the 13th Annual Transforming Spaces Bahamas Art Tour next weekend with a poignant cover by the late great Bahamian artist Jackson L. Burnside III which will be on display at the D'Aguilar Art Foundation. This weekend is the Art for Sail 2017 event and The Nassau Music Society - Golden Trio 'Romantic Travellers' Concert. Lots of local art & culture news, and stories from the region and abroad. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter for free! Enjoy!

Spring “Thai-me” is Here!


By Ianthia Smith

Finally the blossoming, blooming, breezy days of Spring are here!

Spring “Thai-me” = SpringTime!

I’m super excited to see more bright colors, enjoy more days by the beach with my fave cocktail, brunch days with my girls and putting together a pastel, girly and wispy wardrobe for the spring and summer months. I love spring because to me it signals a fresh start. If you’re anything like me, January, February and most of March are like the hangover from the year prior.  Read more >>

10 of the World’s Weirdest Museums

These treasure troves around the globe will satisfy your strangest curiosities.


By Gulnaz Khan

What turns an ordinary object into something extraordinary? Put it in a museum. No matter how seemingly odd or mundane, objects offer us windows into history and connect us to our past. They expose our darkest preoccupations, most brilliant ideas, and the limitless creativity of the human mind. Read more >>

5 FREE tools for editing photos online


By Tom May.  All based in the browser, these free tools are surprisingly powerful.


The longer you live, the more you realise that nothing in life is really free. But sometimes it can come pretty darned close. And right now, there are a number of powerful online photo editors you can use for no charge at all. Read more >>

Friday, March 24, 2017

FREE for limited time only - The Scottish Connection


As a tribute to my Scottish mother, the late Josephine McMurtrie Johanson, who passed away ten years ago this month and with Mothering Sunday coming up this weekend, I am offering the e-book version of “The Scottish Connection: A Journey Back – Mini-memoir” FREE for a limited time only.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Bahama Buy and Sell - Time for Easter



Video Release Party Launches Local Artist’s New Hit


By Canishka Alexander
Photos: Zyandric Jones

On March 2, Wilner Pierre released his new, hit song ‘Gimme Your Love’ to a crowd of ecstatic fans and supporters at Bliss Coffee House. According to Wilner, Gimme Your Love is an adaptation of the legendary Bob Marley’s ‘Wait In Vain.’

“Bob Marley is one of my inspirations, his music is timeless, and he is one of my favorite artists of all time,” he reflected. “The idea to create this song came to me one morning after listening to Wait In Vain –  it was somewhat spontaneous. I was [driven] to go to my studio that morning, and I didn’t leave until I had a song.”  Read more >>