Our Bermuda

Tourist in your own Town: 3 Natural Things to do this Weekend

Reconnect with the natural wonders of Bermuda with time spent outdoors at some of the island's most picturesque spots!   Walk the Paths from Warwick Long Bay to Horseshoe Bay Although the paths and dunes that separate Long Bay and Ho...

Our Bermuda

College Weeks! Part 1

Every Spring, Bermuda played host to thousands of college students, mostly from the U.S.A. in a giant party that lasted 28 days. During the month-long celebration, debauchery was rampant, live music was a given and jolly collegians had the time ...

Sarah Wight

Pistachio Pesto-Crusted Chicken

When it comes to nutrition, I always try to figure out one’s bandwidth for cooking; there is a broad spectrum and it is important to see if recipes are helpful or whether they will end up in the bin. This recipe, I feel, is for everyone. Choos...

Healthy Bermuda

What’s the Best Diabetes Medication for You?

Sometimes, when I’m bored at Sunday breakfast, I pretend I’m Steve Harvey and subject my relatives to a round of medical Family Feud. Here’s a sample question: “According to 100 people surveyed, what image comes to mind when you think of...

Recipes

Rhubarb Basil Cocktail

Ingredients: 3 medium to large basil leaves, rolled and cut into thin strips 3 tablespoons rhubarb purée 1 1/2 ounces vodka Ice Club soda   Directions: Put the basil in the bottom of a glass and press with the back of a spoon ...

Heritage

An American Visitor Rides the New Railroad

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the July 1931 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  It’s not every day in the week that one can hop down in a strange country and be a “first...

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