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Zara Arrives in Bermuda!
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Zara Arrives in Bermuda!

  Just off Darrell’s Wharf in Warwick, bobbing peacefully in the harbour, a new resident is turning heads.With a coterie of other sailboats around her, the 77-foot catamaran Zara stands out like Kate Upton at a comic book convention. To call her “a thing of beauty” is a gross understatement. But she’s not just a pretty face. Zara is both aesthetically and technologically ahead of luxury yachts across the globe, and represents the crowning achievement of local yacht-building company, Bermuda…


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A Man and His Uke

Becoming comfortable in his own skin was a process for Mike Hind. A lover of people, but not of crowds, Bermuda’s emerging ukulele star has overcome a natural shyness to become one of the island’s most popular entertainers—and a much-sought-after…


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Family at CupMatch Winner: The Frith Family

When Cup Match is in St. George's, "Point House" in St. David's is THE home to be at for all the festivities. full of family traditions, owned by Peter and Chrissy Frith.  They have three sons, Graham, Ian and Duncan…


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Artists View: Calix Smith

Who are you and what do you do?My name is Calix Socrates Smith, Jr. and I'm a concept driven visual artist, black hippie, protagonist for love and the hater of racism, sexism, classism and any form of oppression that keeps…


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Short Story and Poetry Contest Winners

Congratulations to overall winner Adam Gauntlet whose short story won the hearts of our judges. “Trouble with the Mate” was praised for its “adept structure and characterisation that made the short story successful—it’s a well-told little yarn combining diverse characters…

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Artists View: Lee Petty

What’s your background? My earliest childhood memory was when I was in my backyard, playing in the fields surrounded by tall snapdragons and Easter lilies. My parents had rented the field to Aberfeldy back in the 70’s which was across…