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Adventure Tale in Bermuda

If you want to look at our island from another angle, pick up a copy of Pink Rock by Ron Lacey, an adventure novel that hits home. The author stresses that although the plot is about a group of terrorists who invade Bermuda and aim a nuclear missile at the U.S., the novel was begun before the 9/11 attacks. Frequent-visitor Lacey has penned a tale that features not only our beautiful island but also—despite his disclaimer—quite a few of our local residents, and it is not hard to figure out who is who. Lacey says Bermuda fascinates him. ...

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Souvenir Searching – A Letter to the Editor of The Bermudian Magazine

The French language has transmitted so many lovely words into our vocabulary: paramour, soupçon and, ah, yes, pain au chocolat. But my favourite has always been souvenir—to remember, to recall. One of our Canadian provinces, Québec, even wor...

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A Food Lover’s Taste of Bermy Cuisine

This issue celebrates Bermuda’s myriad mouth-watering foods that have evolved over time along with new tastes that have awakened and revived the ever-growing culinary scene. (more…)

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Lunch Truck Love

Trucks, Wagons, Carts and Counters: a Who's Who in Lunchtime Cuisine. (more…)

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Saturday on the Farm

Elizabeth Jones pays a visit to Windybank's farmer's market. (more…)

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Fresh Fish

With the Atlantic Ocean on our doorstep, fresh local seafood is within reach year round - whether you catch it or someone else does. (more…)