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Vintage Clubs of the Glory Days

How many remember dancing till dawn at the Guinea Discotheque? Or sipping cocktails at Ace of Clubs? During a time when baby boomers were coming of age and new technology was being embraced, Bermuda’s nightclubs were packed and it was common for popular bands to play six nights a week. Here we revisit some of Bermuda’s best and most happening spots from way back when.   The Guinea Discotheque was situated where Barracuda Grill is now, above Hog Penny on…


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Rites of Passage for Every Bermudian

There are certain things that bind together all Bermudians. This little island is a unique community, precipitating a very specific culture. Take a look at our list of rites of passage most of us have experienced.   Putting a Penny…


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Shipwreck Stories: The Hermes

Not much of a treasure vessel, the Hermes' true wealth is as a dive site. Specifically scuttled to create an artificial reef, it offers spectacular views of a complete ship eerily resting on the sandy bottom off South Shore.  …


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Tourist in Your Own Town: 5 Iconic Bermuda Things to do this Weekend!

This weekend, reacquaint yourself with our history and culture by undertaking these 5 truly Bermudian things.   Enjoy our National Drink It was a dark and stormy night when the Sea Venture wrecked upon the Devil’s Isles, resulting in the…


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Eat Like a Local in Bailey’s Bay

Located in the East End of the island, Bailey's Bay may be small in size, but the seaside spot packs a powerful punch when it comes to local food culture.    Swizzle Inn The legendary Swizzle Inn—home of our national…

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Bermuda’s Beaches Reimagined

Every Bermudian has their favourite beach, whether it be a secluded unnamed bay or a bustling, noisy shoreline but some beaches are better than others for very specific reasons. Here's our list of worthy beaches and why each should be…