Culture

Arts

Canjelae Strikes a Chord

When Bermudian Canjelae was in fifth grade, she was caught singing in the bathroom stall at school.    “I thought I was going to be in so much trouble, but it turned out the teacher was just mad that I didn’t tell anyone I could sing!” she said.    This was the point at which Canjelae—as she is now professionally known in the music industry—was first discovered. Today she is featured on Quincy Brown’s single “Sunshine,” which she co-wrote with…


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The Great Wave of Tamarind by Nadia Aguiar

Bermudian author Nadia Aguiar’s series conclusion to her Tamarind trilogy, The Great Wave of Tamarind, went on sale in the US this past spring after first debuting in the UK.   Published by Penguin Books, the young readers’ story continues…


Culture

A Blessed Gift

St. Anne's church in Southampton is one of Bermuda’s prettiest churches, thanks in part to its plethora of beautiful stained glass windows. So it was decided that to commemorate the church’s 400th anniversary, the last empty window would be filled…


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Dreams Swinging Out of the Blue

Even without his glasses on, Finn could’ve sworn it was her, gliding through the rocky belt separating the Railway Trail from the sea.His heart stuttered and his breath morphed into a whispered lyric.‘So many dreams swinging out of the blue.…


Our Bermuda

Welcome to The Loren

As an international businessman living and working in Bermuda over the last five years, Stephen King was keenly aware of the missing link in local accommodations. No hotel was just right for the modern, high-end tourist and none quite fit…

Arts

Of Heart & Home

When the glow of a lamp from inside a crumbling house ignited her curiosity, photographer Amanda Temple embarked on a journey that took her into the houses of strangers, friends and public figures to learn about their stories and what…