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Photo Gallery: In Celebration of Sail!

One of the most beautiful ways to enjoy the summer in Bermuda is sailing. Whether you are laid off on a yacht cruising down the North Shore, kite boarding on the South Shore, windsurfing or sailing a Sunfish in Harrington Sound, the age-old tradition of sailing around Bermuda’s waters just can’t be beat. Here is a fabulous slide show of sailing photos from 80 years of our archives.                                        ...

The Consummate Bermudian

Man of Style: Know Your Bermuda Shorts

If you randomly ask anyone around the world what comes to mind when mentioning the word “Bermuda,” you typically will get one of two answers—the Bermuda Triangle or Bermuda shorts.  I’ll save the mystery topic for another writer and wil...

Arts

Hamilton- Town and City

The seventh volume of Bermuda National Trust’s Architectural Heritage series is here. Most of Hamilton—Town and City was written by David L. White before his death last November; an introduction and several appendices are by Dr. Thomas James...

Arts

Artists View: Teresa Kirby Smith

What is your background? I was born in Peru and grew up in Chile and Panama and Argentina. I first started taking photos as a teenage girl in Buenos Aires with a cheap box camera. After university and art school in the US, I lived in various pla...

Arts

Artists View: Rhona Emmerson

Bermudian artist Rhona Emmerson was educated at Whitney Institute, Mount Saint Agnes Academy and The Bermuda College before studying graphic arts at Ryerson Polytechnic Institute and graduating from George Brown College of Applied Arts and Techn...

Arts

Artists View: Kok Wan Lee

Malaysian born Kok Wan Lee has been consistently exhibiting his art in Bermuda since 2001. A prolific artist, his works in acrylic, charcoal and occasionally mixed media have always received critical acclaim and generous support from the artisti...