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The Bermudian’s Almanac: Dr. Francis Landy Patton

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the April 2003 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.    Looking Back... Dr. Francis Landy Patton, a Bermudian theologian and philosopher who rose to become president of Princeton University, New Jersey, is pictured (at right) in 1929 with the Governor's wife, Lady Bols, Attorney General Colonel Tom Dill and U.S. Consul Robertson Honey. Born in 1843, Patton attended Warwick Academy, Knox College, Toronto and graduated from Princeton T...

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Tourist In Your Own Town: Celebrating What Makes Bermuda Special!

This weekend, do a deep-dive into what makes our island special. From a picturesque beach to the smallest drawbridge in the world to the oldest operational church in the Western hemisphere, there is so much worth celebrating in Bermuda.  ...

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World Triathlon Series Bermuda 2019: What You Need to Know

Following the immense success of the ITU World Triathlon held on our shores in April of last year, Bermuda is once again gearing up for another exciting weekend of world-class triathlon action! The 2018 race saw reigning ITU World Champion Fl...

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The Bermudian’s Vintage Easter Covers

The Bermudian has been celebrating Easter in Bermuda since 1930! Here are some of our favourite Easter covers from the archives.                

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VIDEO: The Bermudian Makes Codfish Cakes

Eastertime in Bermuda includes a celebration of local culture, namely flying kites on Good Friday and eating codfish cakes in warm hot cross buns. Making your own codfish cakes is more than just a culinary venture, it's an exploration of Bermudi...

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Tourist In Your Own Town: Spittal Pond, Horseshoe Bay & Gates Fort

This weekend, immerse yourself in the natural world by visiting Spittal Pond and Horseshoe Bay, two of Bermuda's most beautiful locations. And while you're at it, stop off at Gates Fort in St. George's to take in the dynamic views and interestin...