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An Absurdly Brief Look at the History and Economics of The Bahamas

The Bahamas are a cultural and economic crossroads and have been for centuries. It is one of many places Christopher Columbus is given credit for “discovering,” ignoring millennia of native history and culture. The indigenous Lucayans were largely wiped out […]

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An Absurdly Brief Look at the History and Economics of The Bahamas

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The Bahamas are a cultural and economic crossroads and have been for centuries. It is one of many places Christopher Columbus is given credit for “discovering,” ignoring millennia of native history and culture. The indigenous Lucayans were largely wiped out […]

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Why Nassau?

So why Nassau? Arguably, Nassau caters to tourists, not travelers, with its omnipresent cruise ships and Paradise Island’s Disneyfied version of the Caribbean. As our regular readers know, we

McCain delivers a thumbs down defeat to McConnell and Trump

Late in the evening, about 10:38 p.m. Los Angeles time, 1:38 a.m. Washington, D.C. time, the greatest drama on television played out in the chamber of the United States Senate. Arizona

Trump tramples civil rights while Senate GOP votes to end healthcare for millions

President Trump, the disgusting pig that he is, used the Boy Scouts Jamboree to spread his message of hate, propelled by his lies and mendacity. He insulted his predecessor,

New York City on foot is a great way to see the Big Apple

There is always a temptation when visiting a big city on holiday to take a tour bus to see the sights. If you are even a little more upscale

  Author Ann Hornaday ‘Talking Pictures’ at the Ivy Bookshop

Author Ann Hornaday, the film critic for The Washington Post, made an appearance Friday at the Ivy Bookshop on the Falls Road. She read from her book, “Talking Pictures:

Baltimore’s ‘Hidden Treasures’

Driving around the city and its neighboring suburbs I realized there are many attractions that most people don't know about.  So here I am to help correct that. I'll begin

Sean Spicer is a distraction; the real story is Russiagate

While America was wrapped up in the future affairs of Orenthal James Simpson — will the parole board let him out? — there was more mind-boggling news on the

Sean Spicer elects to leave White House after Scaramucci appointment

As critics, pundits and comedians have been predicting for the past six months and a day, Sean Spicer is leaving his job as President Trump’s main mouthpiece. He is no

This little piggy went to market: Cochon555

They’re back; those delicious, plump heritage pigs will be making an appearance Sunday, August 6 at Cochon555 in Washington DC at the Watergate Hotel. An all out pig out and

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