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The Cahow Rediscovered

This article was taken from our archives. Originally published in the April 1951 issue of The Bermudian. On January 28, 1951 ornithological history was made by the re-discovery of the Bermuda cahow. What is a cahow, and why should it make history? It is an elusive bird which spends most of its life over the open seas, skimming over the waves in search of its food, visiting the land only during its fours months long breeding season. It is a member of the petrel family, its scientific name being Pterodroma cahow, the official descripti...

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Spear-Fishing

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared in the July 1950 issue of The Bermudian.  An exciting new sport has “arrived” in Bermuda this year. Some call it goggle-fishing, but few question that it has rapidly become...

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Hot Fun in the Summer: Thank You, Gosling’s!

Thank you to Goslings for sponsoring the Bermudian’s Hot Fun in the Summer series. Our friendship goes back many years and may it continue for many more! Herewith a look back at some of the most memorable Gosling's ads that ran in The Bermudi...

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Hot Fun in the Summer: A Day at the Beach

Bermuda’s beaches are some of the finest in the world, but then you already knew that. Family fun, surfing, swimming and lazing in the sun enjoying the sights and sounds are part of every Bermudian family’s summer. Over the years, the l...

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Hot Fun in the Summer: Cup Match!

Ahhhhh Cup Match, everyone’s favourite summer holiday when the whole of Bermuda grinds to a complete halt for two days to turn its attention to a cricket game. Cup Match began in July 1902 between the Somerset Cricket Club in the west end and...

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Hot Fun in the Summer: Summer Sippin’

There is nothing like a cool summer cocktail to quench your thirst and celebrate the season. Here are our top summer cocktail picks - some classic, some new, all delicious and from Gosling's! As our uncle used to say, its 6 o’clock somewhere i...