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A Dark Iris by Elizabeth J. Jones

An excerpt from the novel by Bermudian magazine contributor Elizabeth J. Jones, published recently by Blouse and Skirt (Blue Banyon) Books. A Dark Iris was shortlisted for the 2018 CODE Burt Award for Caribbean Young Adult Literature and is available in Bermuda's bookstores. Elizabeth Jones will be signing books this Thursday, June 27th at the Bermuda National Library from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.  After the dishes were done, she couldn’t help going to her pastels box to make sure it was still there.…


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Prudent Rebels: Bermudians and the First Age of Revolution

The National Museum of Bermuda and the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs have officially released their latest publication, Prudent Rebels: Bermudians and the First Age of Revolution, written by Bermudian Dr. Clarence Maxwell, with contributions from fellow Bermudian, Dr.…


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Field Notes: The Surinam Cherry

This article was taken from our archives. It appears here as it did originally.  The Surinam Cherry is another example of an introducted plant finding its new home entirely satisfactory to its growth and development, so much so that N.…


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It’s Superbia

While Bermuda’s entertainment scene boasts a plethora of discernible talent across all performance mediums, anyone who recalls the island’s heyday will tell you that it’s nowhere near as booming as it used to be. Decreased population numbers, live music venue…


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Remembering Roland Skinner: 1940 – 2018

Bermuda photography legend, Roland Skinner passed away late last year, and while we will miss the man behind the lens, his photographs depicting the beauty and charm of Bermuda will live on. Skinner got his start at the age of…

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Bermuda Cat Tales

Curl up with a furry bundle of heartwarming cat memories in this tale of a life spent with Bermuda felines. Acclaimed island singer-songwriter Val Sherwood lovingly documents the lives and fortunes of the many rescue cats she has helped over…