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Places to Discover: The Globe Hotel

You may not realise that during the American Civil War, Bermuda was central to Confederate blockade-running efforts, thanks to its excellent harbours and proximity to Southern ports. Now the Bermuda National Trust Museum, The Globe Hotel, occupies one of Bermuda's…


5 Plants that Bees Love!

Bees are amongst the most important creatures to humans. These amazing insects pollinate over 80% of all flowering plants including 70 of the top 100 human food crops. In fact, one in three bites of food that we eat is…

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5 Places You’ve Never Been To In Bermuda, Even If You Live Here

It really doesn't matter how long you've lived in Bermuda - we're betting that even if you claim to know our island through and through, there are parts of it you still have to explore. Here are 5 places in…

Food & Drink | Recipes

5 Cheesy Recipes for a Romantic Date Night

When it comes to romance, naturally we yield inspiration from the Italians who are fluent in the language of love. For your next date night, consider staying home and impressing your significant other with a dreamy evening of Mediterranean cuisine.…


Arrowroot Pudding

Arrowroot was a major export for many years. The best is said to have come from St. David's Island. The remains of an arrowroot factory where converted into what is now the Masterworks Gallery in the Botanical Gardens. Ingredients 3…


The Charmed Life of Nell Bassett by Meredith Ebbin

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the November 2001 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  Long before Bermudians knew what the word meant, Nell Bassett had it. Chutzpah. It was what…

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Iconic Bermuda Architecture Represented on Vintage Postcards

These vintage Bermuda postcards, dating back to the 30's, represent iconic buildings and architecture that will be familiar to many.

Vote Now in the Best of Bermuda Awards

Best of Bermuda Awards 2024: Vote Now!

Who is the BEST in Bermuda? It’s time to make your voice heard!   Support your favourite businesses!Cast your vote in over 140 categories including: Who makes the best burger or fish sandwich? What was the biggest news event of the year?…


9 Things To Do This Weekend

Looking to have some fun this weekend? Here's what's going on around the island. JUST FOR LAUGHS: 16TH ANNUAL GALA SHOWSJust for Laughs is a world-class international stand-up comedy celebrating their Sweet Sixteen with four great Gala shows to keep…


Bermuda Moongates

Many of Bermuda’s walkways are hallmarked by the iconic moongate, a symbol of luck to many - especially newlyweds. Local lore claims that these archways bestow prosperity and joy to couples who pass under them and make a wish, making…

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7 Things You Should Know about Spittal Pond

At 64-acres, Spittal Pond Nature Reserve is the largest national park on the island. It is co-owned by the Bermuda National Trust and the Bermuda Government and features rocky coastline, a large brackish pond, several freshwater ponds, marsh and woodland.…


Where I Grew Up: Ruth Thomas, Devonshire Parish

Born in 1932, Ruth Thomas spent her first 17 years in Devonshire Parish although she says, “I didn’t live deep into the heart of Devonshire. I was on the edge and what people don’t know today is they called it…