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Dockyard To Host Series Of Events For Christmas

Dockyard To Host Series Of Events For Christmas

Dockyard is gearing up for a bumper festive season with a series of events and fundraising activities. “It promises to be an epic time in Dockyard this holiday season and we cannot wait to celebrate it with the community and our off-island visitors,” said Stephanie Rodill, the Marketing and Events Manager, at West End Development Corporation. “Everyone... Read more of this article

BELCO Festival Of Lights At Botanical Gardens

BELCO Festival Of Lights At Botanical Gardens

The  Festival of Lights is returning to the Botanical Gardens this holiday season, set to start on November 30th. A spokesperson said, “The popular Festival of Lights, powered by The Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited “BELCO” and supported by The Department of Parks, is returning to the Botanical Gardens this holiday season. “Between... Read more of this article

Bermudian’s Novel Wins International Award

Bermudian’s Novel Wins International Award

Bermudian author Dr. Mandy-Suzanne Wong’s latest novel, Drafts of a Suicide Note, has been named as an Award-Winning Finalist for the American Book Fest’s 2019 Best Book Award for General Fiction. The American Book Fest saw more then 400 winners and finalists in over 90 categories, covering books published from 207 to 2019. Jeffrey Keen,... Read more of this article

Chelsea Amber Scores Nine Award Nominations

Chelsea Amber Scores Nine Award Nominations

2019 has been the year of Bermudian-Canadian songbird Chelsea Amber. She’s released a new album that’s been a critical and popular success, dominated the airwaves with a series of hit singles and has now scooped nine nominations for the upcoming Gospel Music Association of Canada’s upcoming Covenant Awards. Nominees for the 41st annual... Read more of this article

Photos & Results: Annual Tropical Fish Show

Photos & Results: Annual Tropical Fish Show

The Bermuda Fry-Angle Aquarium Society held its annual Tropical Fish Show on Saturday [Nov 16] at the First Baptist Church in Devonshire. This year’s winners include:Jefferson Colby Sousa – Best in Show, Best Reserve, Best Cichlid in Show, Best Catfish, Best in Division 4.Lori Dunstan – Best Livebearers, Anabantoids & True... Read more of this article

BIFF Calls For Entries By Local Filmmakers

BIFF Calls For Entries By Local Filmmakers

The Bermuda International Film Festival [BIFF] is calling on Bermudian and Bermuda-based filmmakers to submit their short films to be considered for screening in the short film competition at BIFF 2020, to be held March 20-26, 2020. “‘BerMovie Day’ will feature submissions from Bermudians anywhere or Bermuda-based filmmakers. It has become... Read more of this article

Photos: Kaleidoscope Jamboree Fundraiser

Photos: Kaleidoscope Jamboree Fundraiser

The Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation [KAF] hosted their seventh annual Kaleidoscopic Jamboree fundraiser yesterday [Nov 16] in their backyard on the corner of Parsons Road and Jubilee Road in Devonshire. Organizers previously said, “Kaleidoscope will be bringing the 1975 eco-based classic ‘Michael Bird Boy’ to life. Michael Bird Boy, written by Tomie... Read more of this article

How Bermuda & Sesame Street Crossed Paths

How Bermuda & Sesame Street Crossed Paths

The 50th anniversary of Sesame Street is being brought to you by the letters I-M-A-G-I-N-A-T-I-O-N, which is what it took along with determination and plenty of hard work to transform the concept of an experimental children’s TV show into a reality. Premiering on America’s PBS on November 10, 1969, the programme was built around the idea... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: BUEI Harbourside Market

Photos & Video: BUEI Harbourside Market

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] hosted their annual Harbourside Market event on Saturday [Nov 16] with jolly ole Santa making an appearance. The 9-minute live video replay is below:The free event featured more than forty vendors spread over three floors offering a variety of holiday gifts, as well as a raffle draw, photos with... Read more of this article

2019 Cardboard Boat Challenge Results

2019 Cardboard Boat Challenge Results

Team “Nat 1 – Stage Hazard”, from Warwick Academy beat out 24 other teams from seven high schools to win the Cardboard Boat Challenge held Friday afternoon at the Bermuda National Sports Centre Aquatics Centre. Teams of two to five students had two hours to build a boat, which could float two people, out of only the supplied materials, including... Read more of this article

New Year’s Eve Block Party With 3D Projection

New Year’s Eve Block Party With 3D Projection

The City of Hamilton will host a block party at City Hall grounds on New Year’s Eve featuring a fire show, Twitter Resolution Wall, 3D projection and more. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton will host a memorable block party at City Hall and grounds on New Year’s Eve, saying farewell to 2019 and ushering in the next decade. Shaping up... Read more of this article

City Of Hamilton Invites Artwork Submissions

City Of Hamilton Invites Artwork Submissions

The City of Hamilton is inviting artists to submit artwork for an upcoming exhibition of “all things Hamilton.” A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is inviting all artists, from amateur to professional, including students, to submit artwork for an upcoming exhibition of ‘all things Hamilton’. “In partnership with... Read more of this article

Fresh Air Film Postponed To November 24th

Fresh Air Film Postponed To November 24th

The City of Hamilton’s Fresh Air Film series moves to North Hamilton as it presents a free screening of the box office smash, The Lion King, the 2019 live-action version of the classic animated blockbuster. Originally scheduled for this weekend, the event has been postponed due to inclement weather. The new date is Sunday, November 24th at 4:00pm. “Dundonald... Read more of this article