My New YouTube Video: Bahamian Slang

Hey everyone!

If you don’t know by now, I love all things Bahamian – the food, the culture, the people, the accent, and of course, the colourful things we say. So, for my new YouTube video, I decided to give a “how-to” tutorial on a few Baha Read More

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My 2020 Wish List For The Bahamas

In a matter of days, we will say goodbye not only to 2019, but to the decade. This past year alone has been marked with many highs and devastating lows.

No doubt many pundits will look back on the biggest and most impactful stories that shaped The Bahamas in the pa Read More

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We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas, everyone!

I can’t believe how quickly the year is flying by. We’re almost in a new decade.

Like many of you, I am home today spending time with my loved ones. For those of you who are far away from home or don’t have any Read More

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My Name Is Dolemite Review

My Name Is Dolemite had better get an Oscar nomination or I’m going to be pretty damned mad.

The Netflix film chronicles struggling comedian, Rudy Ray Moore’s rise to become a film star in the 70s in the face of a lot of opposition. 

It features Read More

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Ed Fields Live: That’s All Folks

On Monday night, I signed off for the final time from Ed Fields Live.

I have been working with the same crew for five amazing years. During that time, we became family. I am so grateful for the opportunity that Ed Fields gave me.

I fell into this role a Read More

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

These past two weekends have definitely gotten me in the Christmas mood. I typically don’t enjoy the yuletide season, but for some reason, I’m excited this time around.

This weekend, I headed downtown to John Bull, a legendary retailer in The Bahamas. Read More

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What To Expect At Christmas Festival

I don’t care if it’s snowing and Santa comes down the chimney with a reindeer on his back, as far as I’m concerned, the Christmas season doesn’t officially begin until The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) holds its annual Christmas Jollification Festival. Read More

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