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Tips for Staying Sun Smart

With clear spring skies and sunlight getting stronger as we near the peak of summer, sun protection is more important right now that ever. Your skin could become damaged and wrinkly, or look prematurely aged due to overexposure to the sun. Even more alarming, skin can become so damaged that it leads to the development of skin cancer. Why let that happen when sun damage is so easily preventable? Here are our top tips for staying safe in the sun…


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Vintage Triminghams Women’s Fashion

Remember Triminghams? Have you ever shopped there? This luxury store had humble beginnings, first serving boats in Hamilton Harbour out of Waterville, the current head quarters of the National Trust. They went on to sell big brand name perfumes and…


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Books Every Bermudian Should Own

The Natural History of Bermuda – Martin L. H. Thomas This comprehensive and beautifully photographed large-scale book chronicles the natural history of the island, explaining the various habitats, ecosystems, and geological formations to be found here. Any nature enthusiast will…


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Vintage Bermuda Dress Parade

In the '30s, The Bermudian  included a feature called Bermuda Dress Parade in every issue. The fashion spread included the latest and greatest trends to grace our pink sandy shores, modeled by local guys and girls, posed and poised for the…


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Gallery: 1988 Fashions

The 1980s were a time for spectacular developments in technology, politics, and of course, fashion! Many of us look back on what we wore in the 80s and cringe... you can decide for yourself whether you think these fashions are…

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Photo Gallery: Mopeds and Automobiles in Old Bermuda

Once upon a time, Bermuda didn't have private automobiles. Our main form of transportation was the railway service, but this was short lived, and became obsolete when Bermuda did start to allow individuals to own their own car. Take a…