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Vintage St. George’s

The old town of St. George's used to be even older and we've got the black and white images to prove it.


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Tourist in Your Own Town: St. George’s

Settled in 1612, St. George's was the first settlement in Bermuda and in 2000 became an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. St. George's will open its doors for Christmas and to a host of events and shopping days that show…


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Discover Vesey Nature Reserve: Things to Know Before You Go

The Vesey Nature reserve (located just off Middle Road in Southampton) is one of the newer additions to Bermuda's protected green spaces. In 2009, Bermudian Sharon Vesey donated the land that now makes up the Vesey Nature Reserve to The…


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Vintage Photography: Transportation, from Bicycles to Ferries

Photo courtesy of Bermuda News Bureau Photo courtesy of Bermuda News Bureau Photo courtesy of The Bermudian archives Photo courtesy of Bermuda News Bureau Photo courtesy of Bermuda News Bureau Photo courtesy of Bermuda News Bureau Photo courtesy of Bermuda…


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For the Love of Lobsters

For most Bermudians, the anticipation of fall is synonymous with the start of lobster season. September 1st marks the beginning of this open season, as permit-holding lobster divers and fishermen vie for these local delicacies. The shorter hunting period was…

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Shop Bermuda’s Farmers’ Markets Like a Pro

There are plenty of reasons why you should be getting your produce from a local farmer’s market, namely that it’s the best way to support our local growers and help mitigate climate change by sidestepping the CO2 emissions produced when…