Saturday, December 7, 2019

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Bahamian Art & Culture : No. 401 : 12.06.19



• Cover art by resident artist Susan Katz Lightbourn.
• Open Studios: Sue Katz "Home" at NAGB: TOMORROW
• "Women Making Money Moves": TOMORROW
• Gina Smith's "A Cultural Art Party": TOMORROW
• Bahamas International Film Festival: ALL OF NEXT WEEK
• The Island House Photo Exhibit/Holowesko: THU.DEC.12
• The Current's Community Chalk Art Event: SAT.DEC.14
• Ebenezer Methodist Christmas Concert: SUN.DEC.15
• The Current's Holiday Art Classes: DEC 16–28
• The Current's Sip & Shop: DEC 23–24
• Plus art news featuring Bahamians: Lynn Parotti, Anina Major, Gabby Banks, Tamika Galanis, Averia Wright, Jodi Minnis, James Sands of Imann's Crafts, Chevette Charlow Williamson, Nakhaz Gay, and more!

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National Art Gallery of The Bahamas - NAGB News - Dec. 6th, 2019


This edition of the NAGB newsletter is full of holiday cheer. There are fun events for kids, wholesome gatherings for families, and exciting initiatives for friends. Additionally, we are pleased to share more about the upcoming "Refuge" exhibition that will show captivating and creative insight from many artists post-Dorian. Happy holidays from the entire NAGB team. We look forward to celebrating with you!
A Christmas ARTernoon at the NAGB
This year's ARTernoon initiative will feature many holiday-themed and fun events for the whole family. Specially designed for everyone, 4 and over, under the theme "A Storybook Christmas"; parents are encouraged to participate or observe their children as they create an original piece of art all their own. Join us this Saturday from 12 noon - 4:00 p.m. here at the NAGB for a family-oriented event.
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Friday, December 6, 2019

The 20 Best Caribbean Beach Bars to Visit in 2020

Da Pink Chicken, Cat Island, Bahamas Cat Island is one of the great undiscovered destinations in the wider Caribbean, a brilliantly beautiful island with stunning beaches and unmatched tranquility. And it’s home to Da Pink Chicken, a tiny, old-school blue beach bar that is all about Kalik-filled afternoons where the only interruption is a break to go bonefishing in the flats around the bar. There’s nothing like it.

There’s a very effective way to test the quality of a Caribbean beach bar: whether you can spend the entire day there.

Because best Caribbean beach bars are more than bars — they’re destinations, the sorts of places where you can arrive early in the day and leave your watch behind.

They’re places that can turn a simple stretch of sand into a pilgrimage spot.

And that’s true of the bars on our list of the best Caribbean beach bars for 2020, a diverse collection of beach hotspots, castaway-style shacks and old-school beach bars from across the Caribbean region.

In other words, this is one very good way to plan your Caribbean travel for next year.

So what are you waiting for?  Read more >>

#242NewsBahamas Newsletter Edition: December 5th, 2019

Dear Reader,

This week we want to remind ALL residents and especially small business owners to the RISE Initiative launched by Mercy Corp and the Grand Bahama Port Authority, Invest Team, on Tuesday. We encourage ALL Grand Bahamians who are in need of assistance to apply for this help, as many businesses like our own, are always in need of assistance. Most especially after a hurricane. 

In fact we also remind citizens in all effected areas (GB, The Abaco's, The Berrys and Bimini) to also seek assistance that the Government is giving to small business. It is our hope we will soon learn about grants for the people of these islands who are trying to rebuild their homes as well. We feel everyone is entitled to this help, and as tax paying citizens it is their due as well.