Bermuda Beasts: Yellow Crowned Night Heron

Where can you spot them: yellow crowned night herons are some of the most common large birds in Bermuda. You can spot them wading in the shallows by the edge of a pond or the ocean, hunting for fish and crabs. The yellow crowned night heron...


Gosling’s Black Seal Christmas Pudding

Christmas pudding is a traditional holiday dessert in Bermuda and while most make a hard sauce from Brandy, we think perhaps it's more Bermudian to make it from Gosling's Black Seal.   Ingredients:  2 9-ounce boxes of raisins ...


A Farm-to-Table Christmas Feast

This year, challenge yourself to make Christmas dinner using as much produce and products made locally as possible.  If you're unfamiliar with the farm-to-table concept, eating locally has many benefits: It provides a boost for Bermuda's ec...


“Dickie” Tucker’s Christmas Past

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the December 1983 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did in print originally.  'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature w...


The House

The coworking movement can be traced back to San Francisco in 2005. Since then, studies have shown that the number of shared working spaces has roughly doubled year over year—especially in places where space is limited, like Hong Kong, London ...

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#Bermuda Instagram Round-Up for December 10 – 17

Christmas is just around the corner but here in Bermuda, we've got everything but snow! The weather has been (mostly) glorious the last week and it seems that everyone is getting outdoors to relish in it. As we prepare for winter (starting this ...

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