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The Bermudian

Heritage

From temporary settlements made by the Spanish in 1603 to the arrival of the naval Commander-in-Chief of the American and West Indies Station at Admiralty...

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Bermuda’s history has been marked by chance arrivals whose unexpected advent has nonetheless had major consequences for the island—most famously, for example, the 1609 shipwreck...

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Walk through Queen Elizabeth Park (formerly Par-La-Ville Park) from Queen Street and you will find a moon gate with vine-covered steep steps leading down to...

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When the Bermudiana Theatre opened, it featured the Berkshire Players from Stockbridge, Massachusetts. A little later Dick Butterfield returned to Bermuda after graduating from Trinity...

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Sharon Wilson’s art studio is in Turtle Place, Southampton, and it is here that over the years she has created the pastel and encaustic paintings...

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  In Britain, literature lovers note that 2015 marks the bicentennial of eminent novelist Anthony Trollope, perhaps best known for his Barsetshire and Palliser novels....

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The white-roofed houses and quaint walled alleyways of St. George's take on a ghostly ambience in the yellow light of street lamps after dark. Such...

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By his own admission, Graham Foster always knew he would devote his career to the making of art but perhaps he didn’t predict that one...

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22 January 1939:  American newspaper headlines trumpeted the ravages of a terrible winter storm blanketing the American northeast as two cold fronts collided. The temperature...

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It now seems odd to many that there was a time when the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club did not take part in the most Bermudian...

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 What a quiet cemetery in St. George’s has to tell us about the Empire     On days when the cruise ships are in port,...

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