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Students Attend Festival’s On Stage Competition

Students Attend Festival’s On Stage Competition

25 public school secondary and middle-school students attended last night’s Bermuda Festival’s second annual On Stage Competition through SPS.bm [Support Public Schools Bermuda] showcasing Bermuda’s best and brightest young talent in the performing arts. “This community action initiative seeks to bridge the gap between the opportunities... Read more of this article

Writer-In-Residence Reading At National Gallery

Writer-In-Residence Reading At National Gallery

Yesterday evening [Feb 6] at the Bermuda National Gallery, Minister of Labour, Community Affairs and Sports Lovitta Foggo attended a reading by Bermuda’s 2019 Writer-in-Residence and guest author Andrea Stuart, with the Minister providing brief welcome remarks at the event.Ms Stuart is on the island to facilitate a three-week Writer-In-Residence... Read more of this article

Tempest To Host Five-Course Vegan Dinner

Tempest To Host Five-Course Vegan Dinner

[Written by Mikaela Ian Pearman] Tempest Bistro is known for its themed dinners and interesting menus. And on Saturday night, there will be another theme, another dinner. But this time around, it will be a bit different because the theme is vegan. That’s right, an entire five-course tasting menu will be gourmet and vegan. Owner Mark Turner had toyed... Read more of this article

Talented Artist? Apply For City Art Initiative

Talented Artist? Apply For City Art Initiative

The City of Hamilton has released a Request for Proposal for the 2019 VIVID: City of Hamilton Public Art Initiative. Over the past four years, the City has installed eighteen pieces of public art around the City including murals, mosaics and the Chancery Lane lights. The City said the VIVID Art Initiative is “committed to working with Bermuda’s... Read more of this article

Animated Series Set To Premiere On Feb 7th

Animated Series Set To Premiere On Feb 7th

Bermudian animated series, The Adventures of Raz, is set to premiere its first episode, “The Great Loquat Tree”, on February 7th, with the pilot to be available to watch on the series’ website at 6:00 p.m.“The Great Loquat Tree” introduces Tay [voiced by Bermudian singer and performer Sarafina Durrant]. The young guardian is horrified when... Read more of this article

Food Review: Restaurant Weeks At Boundary

Food Review: Restaurant Weeks At Boundary

[Written by Mikaela Ian Pearman] For my final stop for Restaurant Weeks, I decided to head to my first stop from last year – Boundary Sports Bar at the Fairmont Southampton. I love the vibe there and every time I go I love the food. I figured it would be a good way to end my culinary journey. The menu was similar to last year, so I was given the opportunity... Read more of this article

Black History Month Celebrated At Princess

Black History Month Celebrated At Princess

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is commemorating Black History Month by hosting two dinners that will celebrate prominent black Bermudians, Dame Jennifer Smith and Sir John Swan. A spokesperson said, “Dame Jennifer and Sir John, both former premiers of Bermuda, will each be honoured with a dinner at the hotel, open to the public. “Guests... Read more of this article

Veteran Musicians Open For Mary Bridget Davies

Veteran Musicians Open For Mary Bridget Davies

The Bermuda Festival has announced that “the Festival is looking forward to a special tribute to Janis Joplin and the music of the 60s, costumes and all, this weekend.” Mr. Armand said, “I am happy to announce that 4Time, a band comprised of Bermudian musicians Robert “Sai” Emery, Jeffrey Marshall, Ben Payne, and David Skinner will... Read more of this article

Bermuda Arts Centre Set To Hold 6×6 Show

Bermuda Arts Centre Set To Hold 6×6 Show

The Bermuda Arts Centre will be hosting their annual 6×6 show on Friday [Feb 8] from 5.30pm to 7.00pm at Gallery One Seventeen in Hamilton. A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Arts Centre is holding their annual 6×6 show. This year we are moving our show to Hamilton, for one night only, to be held at Gallery One Seventeen on Friday, February... Read more of this article

Food Review: Restaurant Weeks At Ascots

Food Review: Restaurant Weeks At Ascots

[Written by Mikaela Ian Pearman] It wouldn’t be Restaurant Weeks without a stop to Ascot’s, one of the best bang for buck in my opinion. I almost didn’t even get to sample their menu as the popular spot was fully booked. But thankfully, there was a cancellation and I was able to squeeze in. My husband and I popped into Ascot’s on Friday night... Read more of this article

25th PechaKucha Night Set For Thursday

25th PechaKucha Night Set For Thursday

The public is invited to take in the 25th edition of PechaKucha Night on Thursday [Feb 7] at Warwick Workmen’s Club, with doors opening at 6.00pm and presentations beginning at 6.30pm, with presenters scheduled to include Dany Pen, Jasen Moniz, Tania Stafford, Danice Mapp, Sophia Cannonier,Alex Potts, Nina London and Bill Rosser. A spokesperson... Read more of this article

Poetry Broadcast To Feature Nancy Anne Miller

Poetry Broadcast To Feature Nancy Anne Miller

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller was recently invited to be part of a program titled Angles Of Light: Readings Of Caribbean Poetry, with her segment to be broadcast in March. Ms. Miller said, “I was invited by the Jamaican writer Juleus Ghunta to be part of Angles of Light: Readings of Caribbean Poetry which was and will be broadcast in the United... Read more of this article

Vote! Restaurant Weeks People’s Choice Award

Vote! Restaurant Weeks People’s Choice Award

Now that Bermuda’s three-week long Restaurant Weeks is over, diners are encouraged to vote online for the promotion’s People’s Choice Award. Only restaurants featuring Bermuda-inspired dishes qualify for the award in order to highlight the island’s food culture in the visitor experience. This year 41 of the 49 participating restaurants offered... Read more of this article