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The Bermudian

From our archives

Since our first publication in February 1930, The Bermudian magazine has created memorable, and often collectable, covers. Photography and illustrations by some of the most well-known artists have graced our cover, some whimsical, others more poignant, but all are worth a view. See a few of our favourites in our photo gallery. read more...

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Famous visitors to Bermuda date back to Princess Louise, whose visits in the late 1800s helped promote Bermuda as a tourist destination. By the time The Bermudian was founded in 1930, tourism was well underway, and the magazine, designed to appeal to the sensibilities of American...

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The Bermudian magazine has been showcasing fashion since the 1930s, when the pages of “The Fashion Parade” showed elegant ladies modelling winter wool coats and tweed suits accessorized with an ever-present lit cigarette. Cashmere twin sets in the 1950s gave way to mod shifts...

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The Bermudian magazine has always worked with the best local photographers, and our extensive archive of incredible photography is a treasure trove of history that we are thrilled to be able to share. Along with this memorable photography, we also have a huge selection of fascina...

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Apparently, in the 1930s and 1940s, Ovaltine cured just about anything—and if Ovaltine didn’t, then milk of magnesia did. From Castle Harbour Hotel touting their “hot and cold running water” to the memorable Blue Grotto Dolphin Show and the much-loved Greg Thompson’s Fo...

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Since 1936, The Bermudian’s illustration of a sailor perched in a crow’s nest on the mast of a ship looking out to sea has been the symbol of the “From the Crow’s Nest” column. Over the years, these pages from the editor have offered interesting insights and humorous ta...

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Awards

Residential Interior ...

It is a rare thing when the perfect team seamlessly joins forces to cr...

Feature

Into the Ocean: West ...

Whale Bay Park consists of a grassy field and small area of woodland s...

Food & Drink

Rosa's

A year ago, the team at Rosa’s set out on a journey to revamp th...

Columns

How to Treat a Jellyf...

A local expert in treating jellyfish stings, and in particular those o...

Heritage

The Significance of S...

From temporary settlements made by the Spanish in 1603 to the arrival ...

People

Of Heart & Home

When the glow of a lamp from inside a crumbling house ignited her curi...