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Elbow Beach’s Painterly Past

By his own admission, Graham Foster always knew he would devote his career to the making of art but perhaps he didn’t predict that one day he would literally make history. In 2009 he completed his mural in the pillared hall of Commissioner’s House at the Royal Naval Dockyard, compressing over 500 years of Bermuda’s history into just 1,000 square feet of wall space. From that time he has established himself not only as an artist and sculptor but also…


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Artists View: Chris Dawson

Who are you and what do you do?I am an oil painter with a passion for painting people and still lifes. I am equally drawn to the concept phase of creating a piece, as well as the technical side of…


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Short Story & Poetry Contest: Short Story Runner-Up

The Bermudian magazine is delighted to introduce the short story runner-up from this year's Short Story & Poetry Contest, themed "The Sea".   Two Feet to the Sea by Sherma Webbe Clarke     I had been dipping my toes in…


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Short Story & Poetry Contest: Short Story Honourable Mentions

The Bermudian magazine is delighted to introduce the honourably mentioned short stories from this year's Short Story & Poetry Contest, themed "The Sea".   The Ebbing Tide by Sarah McDonald“Mummy will we see mermaids at the beach.” The little voice…


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Short Story & Poetry Contest: Poetry Honourable Mentions

The Bermudian magazine is delighted to introduce the honourably mentioned poetry works from this year's Short Story & Poetry Contest, themed "The Sea".   In The Sea by Jan Quinn With his dying breath he told his daughter,'Scatter my ashes over…

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Charlotte’s Sail 2015

  It began in 2010 as Raise Your Spirits, a sober sailing programme for those affected by drug and alcohol abuse and later became Charlotte’s Sail following the death of young Bermudian, Charlotte Watlington in the fall of 2013.The addiction…