Culture

Arts

Tiny’s Latest Adventure

Bermuda author/illustrator Elizabeth Mulderig has a new children’s book out, Tiny the Tree Frog Wins the America’s Cup in Bermuda, the first young children’s book ever to be endorsed by the America’s Cup. In his adventure Tiny, the lovable tree frog, wins the trophy despite things going terribly wrong along the way, including starting the race backwards by accident, getting seasick, and being picked up by a longtail. His sailboat is a wreck. Tiny sees the other big boats about…


Events

Bermuda Yoga Festival

"People wait all week for Friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness"—Author unknown. Any wise yogi would say live for today, yet when the Bermuda Yoga Festival happens only once every two years, it's only natural that the…


Our Bermuda

A Living Museum

Seen from the air, as one aerial photograph reveals, the grounds of Government House constitute a reassuringly green expanse, their 33 acres stretching down from Marsh Folly Road to the north shore. The lawns and gardens alone would be enough…


Arts

Book Excerpt: My Childhood on “The Rock”

It had escaped my consciousness that between the age of four years and ten, I had lived in three distinctly differently neighbourhoods: the built-up community area of North Shore, the outskirts of the City at Spanish Point and on Cedar…


Arts

Joy T. Barnum at the Bermuda National Gallery

Join the Bermuda National Gallery as they host Joy T. Barnum’s third and final performance, “It’s All About Love”, this April 22nd at the Earl Cameron Theatre. Joy’s “culturally diverse background is reflected in the range of her musical tastes…

Arts

Prelude to Success

Towards the tail end of 2014, at the cosy Rockwood Music Hall, in front of a crowd mostly composed of their over-dressed parents, ThirdStory announced its presence to the world. Well, downtown Manhattan at least. The group had earned a…