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A Profile on Olga Scott, Champion for Bermuda’s Youth

This article was take from our archives. It first appeared in the March 1980 issue of The Bermudian magazine. It appears here exactly as it did originally.    An attractive woman sits at home cradling her seven-week-old baby and talking to him as though he can comprehend every word. Enter her seven-year-old daughter, all cuteness and bows, whose fad of the moment is needlework which she intently gets on with. The picture of sublime domesticity? The thumb nail sketch of…


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25 Things With Deborah Jones

Deborah Jones, RN, CDE, OBE, is a Bermudian who is married with three children and one grandson, who lives in New Zealand. She is a registered nurse and diabetes nurse educator (University of Toronto) and holds a Diabetes Research and Ethics degree…


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5 Things With Tom Butterfield

Tom Butterfield is the founder and creative director of The Masterworks Museum. He attended the Bermuda High School for Girls when it was a coed school (five boys only!) before he went on to Warwick Academy. He graduated with honors…


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26 Things With Tom Wadson

Tom Wadson has been a farmer since 1976. He created Wadson's Farm with an emphasis on producing clean, local, sustainable food and mentoring youth in this industry. He has enjoyed a very successful ocean-racing career, with his greatest joy being…


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26 Things With Dana Cooper

Dana Cooper has been a designer, illustrator and fashion print designer globally for nearly three decades. She graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York and has her own Bermuda-inspired resort wear line, as well as her best-selling Bermuda children’s books. She…

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20 Things With Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson

Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson is the Folklife Officer at the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs. She studied at the University of Miami, Department of English, and received a doctorate in 2003 with a focus on Caribbean literature. She is…