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The Man Who Foiled a Jamestown Massacre

In his newly released book, author David Edmund Pace reveals the remarkable early history of Bermuda’s role in the founding of America. This well-researched, cradle-to-grave account of the life of one man will be of great interest to Bermudians. Richard Pace was a simple London carpenter who became an Ancient Planter – a name given to the earliest colonial settlers in Virginia. But Bermuda was inextricably caught up in this momentous and wondrous story about the genesis of America. The book describes, in the days following the 1...

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Art for Everyone

This summer, the City of Hamilton will become home to four new art installations created by local artists, thanks to the innovation of the City of Hamilton Arts Festival. In a new project launched in 2015, the Festival has been taking to the str...

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Reel Time: BIFF 2018

BIFF 2018 Celebrates Bermudian and International Filmmakers March 17–25 at City Hall. For decades, the Bermuda International Film Festival (BIFF) has inspired Bermudians to enjoy and create films. Many young Bermudians now pursuing a film c...

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Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art Opens “10 Years a Museum: Imagine!”

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their purpose-built museum with a new exhibition entitled “10 Years a Museum: Imagine!” The focus for the show will be the many acquisitions both purchased by and gi...

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The Bento Project

Matthew Bento has just come from an impromptu interview with Bermemes when I meet him for coffee on a dreary Saturday in early January. He’s home for the holidays and just extended his return flight to London by a week. In between our patter, ...

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Pages: New Bermuda Books

Bermuda MapsAuthor: Jonathan Land EvansBermuda may be a tiny island in the mid-Atlantic, but a large body of maps has told its complex and fascinating story over the centuries. Depictions range from vague and dangerous-looking representations on...