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The Great Wave of Tamarind by Nadia Aguiar
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The Great Wave of Tamarind by Nadia Aguiar

Bermudian author Nadia Aguiar’s series conclusion to her Tamarind trilogy, The Great Wave of Tamarind, went on sale in the US this past spring after first debuting in the UK.   Published by Penguin Books, the young readers’ story continues the adventures of the Nelson siblings who live on a boat. The youngest, Penny, is now a teenager and is drawn back to the mysterious island of Tamarind. The book is set on a fictional island, but locals will notice…


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Dreams Swinging Out of the Blue

Even without his glasses on, Finn could’ve sworn it was her, gliding through the rocky belt separating the Railway Trail from the sea.His heart stuttered and his breath morphed into a whispered lyric.‘So many dreams swinging out of the blue.…


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Of Heart & Home

When the glow of a lamp from inside a crumbling house ignited her curiosity, photographer Amanda Temple embarked on a journey that took her into the houses of strangers, friends and public figures to learn about their stories and what…


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A Year Times Two

Stop by Masterworks to enjoy a new gallery exhibition of the work of local artists Rhona Emmerson and Chris Marson. The show will be open from May 18 to June 7 and features newly completed works by both artists. Rhona…


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The Power of Art

Bermuda National Gallery celebrates 25 years in 2017. The history of BNG, as a museum, comprises decades of local and international exhibitions, a growing collection that spans time, regions and genres, and years of education programmes that have reached thousands…

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Gorgeous in Gold

There has been a lot of anticipation leading up to the America’s Cup and it is now only a couple of months away. As the island prepares for the races, all eyes will be on Bermuda. The official hotel of…