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The Bermudian

While it’s always sad to see another summer come to an end, Bermuda’s fall can sometimes be even more enjoyable. Cooler temperatures and lingering Indian summer sunshine...

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WHEN THE WARSHIP HMS Dido brought Princess Louise to Bermuda in 1883, the international news coverage of the royal visit helped catalyse the development of tourism in...

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With lobster season here at last, we’re getting excited about the return of this succulent seafood to home and restaurant kitchens across the island! Caribbean...

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Last weekend was Foil Fest in Dockyard, presented by The America's Cup and in conjunction with WEDCO. The hugely successful event featured the three 'resident'...

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The new exhibit at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute is a sailing nerd’s dream. And if you’re not already fascinated by the technical side of...

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On June 21, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art will open Hail to the Queen—a new exhibition paying homage to the 50th anniversary of the last...

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Decon 4, mixed media collage on paper, 2015 by Jon Legere   Opening on June 16 and running through November 26, this year’s Bermuda National...

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The first International Light Tackle Tournament (ILTT) was in 1961 and grew out of a governmentsponsored tournament between the Bahamas and Bermuda. Author Joe Brooks...

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Crayton Greene first fished the International Light Tackle Tournament in 1968 for Bermuda Anglers Club and the team won.  In all he fished twenty-eight times...

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On the front lawn of Guelph University in Ontario, Canada, students are being greeted by Bermuda’s most famous of greeters: Johnny Barnes. Mr Happy himself...

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"People wait all week for Friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness"—Author unknown. Any wise yogi would say live for today, yet when...

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