Remembering Mr. Happy, Johnny Barnes

By Kristin White Every weekday morning, rain or shine, Mr. Johnny Barnes stood at the busiest intersection in Bermuda for…

Good in Green: More Bermuda Businesses are Going Green

Taking eco-friendly matters into its own hands is what makes Bermuda a true gem. Big or small, businesses all throughout…

How WEDCO Transformed the Historic Clocktower Mall Into a World-Class Destination

Bermudians have many reasons to be proud of their island paradise: beautiful beaches, year-round sunshine, delectable cuisine and kind and…

Try Marcus Samuelsson’s Take on Caribbean Cuisine at Marcus’

Award-winning celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson is known for his multicultural, comfort-food empire, including Red Rooster Harlem in NYC, Norda in…

How Bermuda Shorts Became the Island’s Quintessential Fashion Staple

Step into the closet of any Bermudian and you will most likely discover at least one pair of Bermuda shorts….

Dockyard Set the Stage for the 35th America’s Cup

By Tom Webb The 35th America’s Cup will be contested by the six America’s Cup teams in the beautiful waters…

Shop These Winning Items Celebrating The 35th America’s Cup

  1. America’s Cup Christmas Ornament, Walker Christopher Goldsmith’s 2. Waterproof Canvas Bag, Lifestyles Co. Ltd. 3. Sail Racing Navy…

How the Official Cookie of the 2017 America’s Cup Came to Be

What started off as the cookie-baking dream of a 16-year-old girl became the sweet reality known today as the Bermudian…

Bermuda is at the edge of technology with the America’s Cup

Courtesy of the Department of E-Commerce — Ministry of Economic Development First contested in 1851, the America’s Cup is yachting’s…