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Covid-19 Guidelines For Recreational Boating

Covid-19 Guidelines For Recreational Boating

The Government has released a document providing guidance for physical distancing for private recreational boating in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. The guidance advises boaters to stay home if they’re sick, practice good hygiene, gather in groups of a maximum of 50 people during raft-ups, wear masks, bring personal food and drink, limit... Read more of this article

Concacaf Produce 2019 Gold Cup Documentary

Concacaf Produce 2019 Gold Cup Documentary

Concacaf has produced a 3-part documentary entitled “This Is Ours: The Story Of Gold Cup 2019“, with the first episode set to be released via YouTube on July 14th. Bermuda competed in the 2019 Gold Cup, with the Gombey Warriors scoring a total of four goals against some of Concacaf’s most elite teams. The organisation said, “Introducing... Read more of this article

Titan Express Emancipation Day Events

Titan Express Emancipation Day Events

Titan Express Ltd. will be hosting a series of virtual events to commemorate Emancipation Day. A spokesperson said, “In Honor of Emancipation/Cupmatch, here are the offerings from Titan Express Ltd.”1. “In Partnership with sponsor, The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, join The African Bermuda Dispersion Cultural for... Read more of this article

Video: Government On Indoor Dining Guidance

Video: Government On Indoor Dining Guidance

The Bermuda Government has released a video titled “Indoor Dining Guidance”, which provides an overview about the re-opening of restaurants to indoor diners. The video’s description says, “With restaurants once again opening their doors to indoor diners, there are a few things you should be prepared to see and experience as a diner. Here are... Read more of this article

Briana Scott Launches Sip & Paint Cruises

Briana Scott Launches Sip & Paint Cruises

Briana Scott, the Experience Curator for Traveler Charters, has launched a Sip & Paint Cruise service. Ms. Scott told Bernews, “I launched the Sip & Paint Cruise concept a few months ago simply because I thought it would be a creative way to experience Bermuda on the water. “Initially, Covid-19 was an unfortunate setback, but it ultimately... Read more of this article

Govt TV To Air Tribute To The Late Earl Cameron

Govt TV To Air Tribute To The Late Earl Cameron

The Minister of Community Affairs and Sports Lovitta Foggo announced today that as a tribute to the late Earl Cameron, CBE, the Government television channel will air past coverage of the Bermudian film icon. A Government spokesperson said, “The public will be aware that legendary Bermudian film actor Earl Cameron, passed away last Friday. He... Read more of this article

Blu Restaurant: “We Apologize To The Public”

Blu Restaurant: “We Apologize To The Public”

[Updated] “We apologize to the public,” a spokesperson from Blu restaurant said, adding that they “fully intend to adhere to all protocols as laid out by the Government and will be closing Blu for 2 days to conduct rigorous training for all staff.” This statement follows after videos were circulated showing people, not wearing... Read more of this article

NMB: “Sheep-scape, Keepsake” Is A Success

NMB: “Sheep-scape, Keepsake” Is A Success

Last week the National Museum of Bermuda [NMB] closed out their most successful online fundraiser to date. ‘Sheep-scape, Keepsake’ asked community members, supporters, and friends of NMB to help name the Museum’s resident sheep by making a donation. Advancement Officer Katie Bennett said: “During the Museum’s temporary closure, our... Read more of this article

Column: Celebrating The Life Of Earl Cameron

Column: Celebrating The Life Of Earl Cameron

[Opinion column written by Glenn Fubler] The passing of widely-respected film actor Earl Cameron a month before his 103rd birthday represents the passing of an era, both for his homeland – Bermuda – and his adopted home, Britain. In spite of his global notoriety, this pioneer maintained humility. His nephew, Neville Cameron, notes that his uncle... Read more of this article

Bermuda Aquarium To Re-Open On July 6th

Bermuda Aquarium To Re-Open On July 6th

The Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo [BAMZ] will be re-opening to the public on Monday, 6th July, after having been closed to the public since 15th March, 2020. A spokesperson said, “BAMZ will re-open the facility in two phases – starting with the Aquarium Hall, Museum and Gardens on Monday, 6th July – with the zoo portion of the facility set... Read more of this article

Hamilton Princess Exhale Spa To Reopen

Hamilton Princess Exhale Spa To Reopen

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s signature Exhale Spa will reopen on July 1st as Bermuda enters the fourth phase of the Government’s reopening strategy. A spokesperson said, “Exhale has taken a number of steps to ensure the health and safety of its members and team, our first priority, as well as to give peace of mind to anyone seeking a safe... Read more of this article

Brownies Reuse Waste, Hold Eco Fashion Show

Brownies Reuse Waste, Hold Eco Fashion Show

While completing schooling via remote learning, the First Devonshire Brownie Pack has designed outfits, hats, and accessories using items that would ordinarily be considered garbage. A spokesperson said, “The First Devonshire Brownie Pack has spent the last few months designing outfits, hats and accessories using items that would ordinarily be tossed... Read more of this article

Herbert Wins Best Lead Performance In Play

Herbert Wins Best Lead Performance In Play

Bermudian actor Daren A. Herbert recently co-won the award for ‘Best Lead Performance In A Play’ for his portrayal of Lucius Jenkins in ‘Jesus Hopped The ‘A’ Train’ during a virtual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards ceremony. A NOW story said, “Actor Daren A. Herbert implored the theatre world to stay awake, and a teary-eyed Jully... Read more of this article