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The Bermudian Wins Big at International Regional Magazine Association Awards

The International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) announces its 41st annual magazine awards highlighting accomplishments in editorial, photography, art direction, design and overall publication. IRMA members include state, province, and regional publications from across the United States and Canada. The awards were granted for work published in 2020 and the beginning of 2021, and judged by an independent panels of experts. Publisher and editor, Tina Stevenson accepted the awards on behalf of the magazine. “We are thrilled to win three awards…


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Casting for Shark Research TV Show: Apply Now!

Do you like sharks? And do you want to be on TV? If you answered "YES!" to both of those questions then you could be cast on a brand-new TV show! Renowned shark expert Dr. Riley Elliott has launched a…


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The Bermudian Turns 91!

The Bermudian magazine is officially 91 years old! The first issue, published on February 15, 1930, introduced The Bermudian as “A magazine dedicated to Bermuda and Bermuda Life,” and by that standard not much has changed. Back then, the price…


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What is the World Tens Series and Why is it Here: Everything You Need to Know

For the first time ever, the World Tens Series is taking place, and thanks to Bermuda's tight grip on COVID-19, our island gets to play host! Here's everything you should know about the world-class sporting event taking place right now.…


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The Bermudian Wins Big at International Regional Magazine Association Awards

The International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) announces its 40th annual magazine awards highlighting accomplishments in editorial, photography, art direction, design and overall publication. The Bermudian Magazine won three awards at the 40th annual International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) awards presentation.…

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Opinion Piece on T.N. Tatem Middle School’s Permanent Closure

TN Tatem Middle School was permanently closed yesterday, marking the nadir of a four year saga that has seen walk-outs, sick-ins, protests and angry parents — all stemming from a problem with mould in the building that was going to cost $3m…