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Artist Explores Beauty, Peace, Joy and Happiness through Paint, Photography and Architecture

There is always something interesting happening in Hope Town, from art retreats to regattas to summer camps for kids. Photography Artist Monty Knowles recently landed and fell in love with Hope Town and its people, and both residents and visitors are quickly becoming his canvases. His body paintings are a reflection of their inner beauty that he sees in each of his models.

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Aunty Tingum Stars in Sold Out “Every Secret Thing”

If a first impression is a lasting impression then Bahamian playwright Cindy Johnson is unforgettable, particularly in her on-stage persona as Aunty Tingum in her hit production, “Every Secret Thing.”

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Island Market Closes Out for the Season

The last Island Market Place of the season was held on April 2.

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Balmy Weather and Colourful Offerings Highlight Abaco Inn Art Show

The nineteenth Abaco Inn Art Show and Wine Tasting was held this year on March 26. The beautiful setting of the Abaco Inn, located on Elbow Cay, is always a popular spot for visitors, but even more so this day. Some of the finest artists and crafters of Abaco had their best work on display and for sale. Visitors were also treated to a tasting of several nice wines, donated by Bristol Cellars.

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“10,000 Things” an Introspective, Visual Feast

The 10,000 Things exhibit by local artist, Leanne Russell, was the culmination of months of work, collaboration, struggle and introspection. Hosted at Bliss Coffee House, the titular “10,000 Things” references the way lives intersect, impact each other and, ultimately, leave fragments to remember us by – “things.” Specifically for Leanne, the art expressed at the show reflected meaningful moments she shared with her late grandmother who battled with cancer.

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‘The 10,000 Things’ Exhibition Set for March

On March 5th, Bliss Coffee House hosts their first art exhibition, featuring new work of artist and owner Leanne Russell.

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Sights of Abaco: Rocky Shores

What type of coast can be found on every island in The Bahamas? Often overlooked because of its common occurrence, rocky shores are an important Bahamian ecosystem. They not only serve as a barrier of protection against hurricanes and storms, but are home to an abundance of life both above and below the surface.

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Classical Violinist Once Again Entertains Little Harbour

Elizabeth Pitcairn once again entertained the guests at Johnston's Studios Art Gallery with a short violin concert on New Year’s Eve.

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Go Birding: Birds, Bees & Butterflies

Birds, Bees and Butterflies. Without them, well, it would be boring. The next time you enjoy the color of a bright flower, or enjoy the sweet smell of a fragrant blossom, or even enjoy the scrumptious taste of juicy, fresh fruit, Remember the 3 B’s - Birds, Bees Butterflies.

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Music Festival Raises Over $55,000 for Charities

Combustion Music hosted the 2nd annual Hope Town Music Festival this past weekend on the beautiful island of Elbow Cay. Unfazed by initially iffy weather, and a plane full of songwriters that had to turn back for Florida before finally arriving, the event was a huge success playing 4 packed shows over 3 days, and raising more than $55,000 for local charities.

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