Culture

Our Bermuda

7 Reasons Why Dame Lois Browne-Evans was a Trailblazer

Born on June 1, 1927, Dame Lois Browne-Evans was a lawyer and a political figure in Bermuda for most of her life. Progressive and determined, she was a woman of many firsts who consistently challenged the status quo and fought for a Bermuda that was attainable for all. At the time of her death in 2007, former Premier Paula Cox said, "She had the soul of Bermuda at her fingertips." Here are 7 reasons why Dame Lois Browne-Evans was an unstoppable force.   1. In 1953 she became Bermuda’s first female lawyer. “It was supposed to...

Our Bermuda

Beyond Our Beaches: 6 of the Most Beautiful Locations in Bermuda

Beauty is abounding in Bermuda but there are some locations that offer even more splendor than others. A feast for the eyes, these 6 places are the most beautiful in Bermuda.   1. Harbour Road Walk, cycle, ride or drive the length f...

Our Bermuda

7 of the Most Iconic Places in Bermuda to Visit

When visiting Bermuda, it's important to take in all of the most important and iconic spots. Do you think we covered them all?    1. St. George's St. George's is where the story of Bermuda's settlement began. When survivors of the S...

Our Bermuda

Vintage Sailing

Summer is still a ways away but the warmer weather we've been experiencing lately has us pining for days spent out on the boat, with the wind in our sails and a cold drink in our hands. How much longer until June 21st?   ...

The Consummate Bermudian

Loquats: The Good Fruit

There is a monument on the grounds of the Cabinet Office dedicated to the man who introduced the Loquat tree to Bermuda. Governor William Reid (1839-1846) left behind a number of significant achievements from his time here, including encouraging...

Our Bermuda

Tourist in your own Town: 3 Outdoorsy Things to do this Weekend

This weekend, take the opportunity to reconnect with Bermuda's natural world. Now is a great time to savour loquat picking, spot a migrating humpback from south shore and explore the dunes between Warwick Long Bay and Horseshoe Bay.   ...