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21 Things With Patrina “Power Girl” O’Connor-Paynter

Patrina O’Connor-Paynter, aka “Power Girl,” is the Managing Director of Youth Mentoring Programme Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda. She is also an award-winning media personality who has hosted her own radio show and numerous television programmes in Bermuda. Most people know her from being an event emcee, as she hosts many popular events throughout the island, including the Bermuda Day Parade. In 2016, she was named the Most Fascinating Person of Bermuda and was honoured during the televised interview. Then, in 2017, she was awar...

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9 Things With Perri Furbert

Perri Furbert is an award-winning fashion icon, published art director, wardrobe stylist, “Halfway Bougie Podcast” co-host and designer behind Gold, The Label. Furbert’s marketing degree helps her to knit business principles with a unique ...

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A Q&A with Clare O’Connor

This year has seen a new wave of feminism sweep across the world, starting with the Me Too movement that began in late 2017, and there seems to be little signs it’s slowing down. Record numbers of women are seeking political office, they’re ...

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10 Christmas Things With Ann Spencer-Arscott, JP

After being educated locally at Bermuda High School for Girls, Ann received her B.Sc. in Office Administration from Bryant University and then her M.A. in Human Resource Development and Management from Webster University in 1990. Ann has...

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10 Christmas Things With Nina Froncioni

Nina Froncioni is the owner of eco friendly candle company Limestone + Cedar Co. and also a graphic designer, photographer, traveller and dog lover.    What is your favourite Christmas tradition? Spending a sunny Christmas Day...

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9 Christmas Things With Susan Jackson, JP, MP

Susan Jackson is the Opposition Whip, Shadow Minister of Health and a member of the Parliament of Bermuda. She is a fourth generation Jackson to commit to public service. Her father was the late Senator Albert Jackson, an Independent w...