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Our Bermuda

Vintage Bermuda Homes & Architecture

Call us biased for thinking so but the homes that dot our scenic shores are some of the most unique and beautiful in the world. The Georgian windows, Bermuda roof, butteries, wooden shutters and welcoming arms have a distinct aesthetic…


Loquat Upside Down Cake

It's almost time for the loquats to ripen, are you ready? For too short a time, our island will blossom with the sweet, round and yellow fruit which will be harvested for jellies, jams, liquours and other sweet treats. This…


Power & Prejudice: The Story of the 1902 Dockyard Riots & The Reverend Charles Monk Trial

Bermuda, 1902. The Boer War is raging in South Africa, and thousands of Boer prisoners of war are incarcerated on islands in the Great Sound. The Rock (population 17,500) is picturesque but not hugely prosperous. Bermuda onions still find a…

Our Bermuda

The Bermudian Sits Down with the Honourable Premier David Burt

Edward David Burt grew up just around the corner from C-Mart, born and raised on North Shore as an only child, for all intents and purposes. The 41-year-old Premier has five siblings, but they had left the nest by the…

Where to Eat

5 Local Restaurants Serving Bermuda Lobster

Lobster season's nearly over, but we've got you covered on the best local spots to indulge one last time! Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio - Water Street, St. George’s Enjoy Chef Alfred’s Bermuda broiled half-shell lobsters in small ($41), medium ($51)…


Wildlife 101: Longtails with Dr. David Wingate

Longtails have officially arrived back on the island for the warmer months and we couldn't be happier that they're here. We spoke with Dr. David Wingate about the tropical bird, for which he is an expert and here's what he…


Latte Art at Home: A Barista’s Guide to the Perfect Pour

Setting ourselves fun challenges that can be achieved from the comfort of our own homes has been a common motif of 2020 and the beginning of 2021. Liven up your WFH weekyday with this amazing guide to latte art. With…


Field Notes: The Loquat

Governor Reid is associated with the introduction of many plant species to these islands. The Loquat is an example, for it is recorded that Governor Reid obtained planting material of the Loquat from Malta about the year 1850 and established…

Sarah Wight

Baked Carrot Cake Oatmeal

I began making this porridge in college during cold, long Canadian winters. It is a blend of oats, nuts and seeds, shredded carrots, spices and eggs. The spices add flavour without needing excess sweetener and it tastes extra luxurious. It’s…


Bermuda Beasts: Spotted Eagle Rays

Seeing a spotted eagle ray, no matter how many times you've done so before, is always special. Their long thin tails, beautiful triangular wings and spotted backs make this species of ray visually unique and seeing them fly out of…

The Charmed Life of Nell Bassett by Meredith Ebbin

The Landlubber’s Guide to SailGP

The Black Seafarer: Mariner, Merchant, Enslaved Person