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Heritage

Can You Guess this Week’s “Who, Where & When?”

Do you remember our popular "Who, Where & When?" series in The Bermudian in which you guessed what a photograph depicted or who was in it or when it was taken? If so, we're pleased to tell you that we're…


Our Bermuda

Into the Ocean: Whalebone Bay

This secluded historic park is great for those who want a leisurely bathe in complete peace and quiet. Tourists rarely make it here since there is no direct bus route and it’s a longish walk from the bus stop on…


Food News

8 Surprising Ways to Use Mayo

We all know as Bermudians mayonnaise is practically a national treasure - but what are some other uses for it that aren't making a sandwich or dipping your fries into it? Hair Conditioner: Mayonnaise can be used as a deep-conditioning…


Nature

Unlocking the Secrets of the Spotted Eagle Ray

Early research leading to discoveries, answers and many more questions about these majestic, unique and native sea creatures Of all the fascinating creatures that live beneath Bermuda’s waters, one of the most spectacular is the spotted eagle ray. These Bermuda…


Uncategorized

No Bake Passionfruit Cheesecake

This easy, no bake, cheesecake is perfect for the summer! The recipe calls for passionfruit puree and fresh passionfruit - but of course all fresh from the garden can be used! Simply strain out the seeds and use the seedless…


Events

5 Things To Do This Weekend

Looking to have some fun this weekend? Here's what's going on around the island. SUMMER SUNDAY: CITY FUNDAY!Are you ready to turn a typical Sunday into an action-packed Funday?!This Sunday the City of Hamilton’s beloved summer event, Summer Sunday, is back…


What's Happening at Gosling's

Bermuda’s Oldest Business House: A History of the Venture that Became Gosling Brothers

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared within the March 1933 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  During the month of July, 1806, there arrived in the port of St. George’s…

Recipes

Bermuda Bay Grape Jelly

The fruits of the famous Bermuda Bay Grape, a flowering plant that frames our white, sandy beaches, are delicious, refreshing and often overlooked. Traditionally, Bermudians would pick the berries that look surprisingly similar to green grapes and boil them to…

Nature

Native vs Endemic: The Differences and Why It’s Important

Exploring the critical differences between native and endemic species in Bermuda. Native SpeciesDefinition: Native species are those that occur naturally in a particular region or ecosystem without human intervention. They can be found in multiple locations, not just the one…

Culture | Guides

The Ultimate Summer Bucket List 2024!

Summer is here and with it our guide to  the top 25 things to do to make the season unforgettable. From gorgeous hikes and vibrant music to turtle spotting and spontaneous day trips, there’s something here for everyone. Whether you…

Heritage

Wedded To The Sea: Pirates, Shipbuilders, Seafarers and the Supremacy of Sail

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the March 1971 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  Like most island peoples, Bermudians have always had an affinity with the sea, and…

Recipes

Bermuda Beet & Tomato Salad

This summer salad recipe celebrates the best farmer’s market produce. Enjoy summer on a plate with a beet and tomato salad with herbs, barley and a fresh vinaigrette. Ingredients3 medium beets, stems removed, scrubbed4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, divided3/4…