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From The Royal Gazette:

Kimeko Roberts didn’t set out to write a book. The 49-year-old only joined local author Latisha Washington’s online course because she wanted to try “something different” before she hit the big five-0.

Full story HERE

Posted On Monday, 24 June 2019 17:33

From Rock Nation:

The smile that greets you in the morning!

In May of this year, young entrepreneur, Treshonnae Carlington became part owner of a small Café in the city of Hamilton. The Mocha Café, which is located at the corner of Church and Burnaby Streets is perfectly situated and primed to become a popular stop for a bite to eat.

Conveniently located on the ground floor of the Thistle House on Burnaby Street, the Mocha Café offers a wide variety of sandwiches, wraps and salads, plus an assortment of freshly baked items. For the more health conscious customer, Mocha Café also offers vegan and gluten free menu items.

Carlington said that the perfect blend of talent and cooperation between herself and business partners, Tyesha and Stefano Barioni, inspired the trio to open the eatery just over 3 weeks ago. So, when you visit the city of Hamilton and you need a good breakfast or just a cozy spot for lunch, visit Mocha Cafe . Business hours are Monday-Friday, 7am - 4pm. Closed on Weekends.

You can also follow Mocha Cafe on Facebook and Instagram.

Click HERE for Facebook link.

Posted On Thursday, 20 June 2019 10:04

I'm comin' by for a clip Danere!

From the Royal Gazette:

Veteran barber Danere Spence has struck out on his own for the first time. Mr Spence, 45, has opened Imperial Cuts Barber Shop on East Broadway. The shop is in the building that formerly housed Crow Lane Bakery.

Mr Spence spent six months renovating the space, including new plumbing, electrical, drywall, masonry and paint, before opening two months ago. He was assisted by his cousin, Kearion Gomes.

“I had to start from scratch,” he said. “It wasn’t an easy road to get everything together. I’ve finally reached that point.”

Photo by: RG

Full story HERE

Posted On Tuesday, 04 June 2019 16:48

From Rock Nation:

It simply won't be May 24 without funny family duo, Nadanja and Nishanthi Bailey. The brother and sister comedy team never fail to deliver the hilarity 'Bermuda style' with their clever, catchy skits. Here's their latest release. 

Posted On Friday, 17 May 2019 21:17

From Rock Nation:

No, it wasn't Carnival or even May 24th. It was Bermuda's annual End to End Charity Walk, where residents and visitors alike geared up to trek the 21 miles, from one end of Bermuda to other. The walk which starts from St George begins early at 7am and ends when the last participant arrives in Dockyard, located at the extreme western end of the island. There are refreshment stops for participants throughout their journey; but there is one stop that is unlike the rest. As walkers and cyclists trekked through the railway trail in Southampton, they were met with the lively sound of Soca music, played by Marcus "DJ Chubb" George, a well known radio personality in Bermuda. The celebratory vibe resonated with more than a few people. DJ Chubb can be heard on weekday mornings on FM103. 

Posted On Saturday, 04 May 2019 23:10

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