By Ashley Penn, News Reporter
Grand Bahama once served as the cultural mecca of the country. However, over the years that reality has slowly faded into a thing of the past.
Cultural performances reigned supreme as far back as the 1960’s at establishments such as the Yellow Bird and the Bahamas Princess Resorts & Casino, but many locals say that Bahamian entertainment has continued to die, particularly in recent times.
In an effort to increase the pass time directly linked to the “glory days,” local entrepreneurs on the island are embracing the opportunity to bring back the cultural aspect to the island after a significant hiatus.
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