Rock Sound, Eleuthera was once known as Wreck Sound. It was called Wreck Sound during the ferocious pirate years when untold numbers of ships found themselves literally wrecked in pieces Continue Reading
What do Jehovah’s Witnesses, Rock Concerts and Ziggy Marley’s Band All Have in Common in the Bahamas?
As it relates to The Bahamas, what do Jehovah’s Witnesses, Rock Concerts and Ziggy Marley’s Band all have in common? Well, at some point in Bahamian history, they were all Continue Reading
Many contentious arguments have been made over the years, that the Bahamas seemingly traded one plantation type existence for another, when it made a tourism model, its primary economic model Continue Reading
In 1969, regarding the battle over Freeport, a London paper wrote, “Black power is an element, certainly, in the Bahamas political scene – and why not, after white power had Continue Reading
Apparently, the Great Silk Cotton Tree, that once stood on Bay Street, came from South Carolina courtesy of a British man. It fits with the historical time line of the Continue Reading