Who were the 10 most fascinating people of Bermuda in 2015, and which of them deserves the title of most fascinating overall?
In a special series carried on Bernews and produced by Lisa Pickering and Burnt House Productions, Ms. Pickering looks at ten Bermudians who made headlines during 2015
Help Haiti (Remix) is a conscious Reggae single by Clinark released on October 28, 2016 by Nurture Projects Music on digital download.
The song is inspired by and in support of the people of Haiti who are still suffering from the disaster of Hurricane Mathew. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world with an annual GDP per capita of only $1,200
All proceeds from sales will go to a designated charity which will have a direct impact on relieving the suffering of the Haitian people!
The original #HelpHaiti single came about through a collaboration with the Dutch Gong Record label commissioned for the Haitian earthquake appeal in 2010.
We have remixed the earlier version and made reference to Hurricane Matthew. I hope it inspires people and world leaders to help the poor people of Haiti get back on their feet. I felt that I had to say something and I hope that…
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Visionary & Community Leader: Gavin Smith by: Bermuda Bliss Magazine
After much contact, we had the opportunity to chat with Gavin Smith to share his story.
Tell us how you first started Chewstick?
Chewstick began just over 12 years ago when I got my group of friends together to start an open-mic night, largely because all of us were passionate artists that were desperate for a place to perform. Bermuda was a a creative desert at the time and it quickly became the watering hole for the creative community.
What do you find most challenging about the cause?
Funding. It is very challenging to keep Chewstick operational from a funding perspective. A lot of people think we are government funded, or that we have large donors that support us, and while we do occasionally get support, there is definitely not a free ride. It costs money to do the things…
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Bermuda is home to some of the most beautiful women in the world and for this top ten article Videoblogger TM has listed some of them. Women included in this list are mainly beauty queens who have represented Bermuda for the Miss World Pageant, talented actresses, models and singers.
The Top 10 Most Beautiful Bermudian Women!
1. Lena Headey | Actress
2. Jenna Judd | Model
3. Lillian Lightbourn | Beauty queen
4. Samantha Claude | Actress
5. Katherine Arnfield | Beauty queen
6. Heather Nova | Singer
7. Echaunti Swan | Beauty queen
8. Rochelle Minors | Beauty queen
9. Lana Young | Actress
10. Jana Lynn Outerbridge | Beauty queen
Top 10 Most Beautiful Bermudian Women @ http://www.dtop10list.com
*Please note that the top 10 included here are all unofficial rankings. The list is based on Google search results and collected mainly from different blogs and websites around the internet.
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Come rain or shine, 88-year-old Bermudian Johnny Barnes devotes six hours every day to an endearing traffic ritual that has made him one of the island’s most cherished citizens. Johnny Barnes can still be found at the roundabout on Crow Lane outside Hamilton, Bermuda every weekday from 4 A.M. to 10 A.M. MattMorrisFilms.com
“Hello from Johnny” Meeting with Johnny Barnes at his house before filming the documentary short film Mr. Happy Man
Winner: Audience Award for Best Short Film- AFI/Discovery Silverdocs
Best Documentary Short Film- Sidewalk Motion Picture Festival
Honorable Mention- Nashville Film Festival
Ideal Award- Adventure Film Festival
Official Selection: DOC NYC, Aspen Shortsfest, Florida Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Bermuda International Film Festival, International Film Festival Boston, RiverRun Film Festival, Palm Springs Shortsfest, Mountainfilm Telluride, Gold Coast International Film Festival, AFI/Discovery Channel Silverdocs, Traverse City Film Festival, Maine International Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival
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