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Field Notes: The Surinam Cherry

This article was taken from our archives. It appears here as it did originally.  The Surinam Cherry is another example of an introducted plant finding its new home entirely satisfactory to its growth and development, so much so that N. L. Britton regarded this plant as naturalized in Bermuda when he published “The Flora of Bermuda” in 1918. Actually, the Surinam Cherry is a native of South America. Its introduction to Bermuda is somewhat obscure, but it is assumed that it was one of the many plants introduced here during the middle...

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Bermuda’s Best Kayaking Locations

Kayaking is one of the best and most rewarding ways to see Bermuda by water. Go at your own pace and explore the bays and coves that larger vessels are unable to maneuver into. Here are our top picks for where to go kayaking in Bermuda.  ...

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Mission: Mars

This November, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration rekindled its long-standing relationship with Bermuda, unveiling a $5.3 million renovation project of their Cooper’s Island tracking station, which will be used in the most ambit...

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The Bermudian’s Almanac: The Floral Pageant, 1930

This almanac was first published in The Bermudian in May 2002.   Looking Back... Dignitaries enjoy the first all-Bermuda Floral Pageant on April 27, 1930 beneath awnings at the old Hamilton Hotel. The parade was a regular feature dur...

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Tourist In Your Own Town: BSOA, Church Bay & Fairmont Southampton

This weekend venture outside your usual routine and visit some of Bermuda's most interesting and scenic locations.   Bermuda Society of Arts, Hamilton Recently honored in the Best of Bermuda Awards, the BSoA has earned its title as t...

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Vintage End-to-End

This year's End-to-End race will take place on Saturday, May 4th and there's still time to sign-up - click here to do so! In celebration of the annual event, we're taking a look back at vintage End-to-End photographs, we hope you enjoy them as ...