From the Crow's Nest

With Faith, A Return to Former Glory

  FOR almost six decades, Ariel Sands had been a symbol of tourism’s golden age in Bermuda, catering to both high-end travellers and everyday Bermudians just out for a good lunch. But its closing in 2008 underscored the Island’s fading status as a premier destination in the world’s collective conscience.   Left behind were nothing but bones, a collection of abandoned and storm-blown cottages built by the Dill family in 1954, left to rot with every other resort that fell…


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Reza Baluchi: Not The Hero We Want, But The Hero We Deserve

On the one hand, it might be the most high camp ‘bubble’ scenario since the first season of Seinfeld when George Costanza is asked: “What are you looking at? Never seen a kid in a bubble before?” (more…)


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Summertime Sippin': Photo Contest!

*Although main image above states this is an Instagram contest, we have extended it to include both Instagram and non-Instagram users! Announcing the Summertime Sippin' Photo Contest, sponsored by Gosling's! (more…)


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Waterford Crystal Master Cutter, Philip O'Keeffe at A.S. Cooper's on Front Street

Personalize your favourite Waterford Crystal pieces with inscriptions by Master Cutter, Philip O'Keeffe who is in Bermuda from now until May 31 at A.S. Cooper's & Sons main store on Front Street. (more…)