Do you know about… the origin of Rugby Week, College Weeks, Spring Break and Bermuda’s Green Ticket?
Do you know about... the origin of Rugby Week, College Weeks, Spring Break and Bermuda’s Green Ticket? Apparently the tradition of American students going somewhere tropical during spring break began in 1935 when
Explore Forts, Historic Sites, Parks and Gardens in Bermuda Bermuda Forts are easy to find and in picturesque areas - you don’t have to be a history buff to enjoy them. Most have been
A Review of Censorship and Bermuda’s Role in Winning World War II A Book Review By Martin Buckley, Department Manager at The Bookmart at Brown & Co. At 07.52hrs local time on Sunday September 3rd
Bermuda and The Azores Curatorial Department, National Museum of Bermuda Bermuda’s history of survival and prosperity owes much to the Island’s Portuguese community. As far back as the European ‘Age of Discovery’ in the 16th
Do you know... why Bermudians are nicknamed 'Onions'? by Horst Augustinovic During the 1800s, onions, arrowroot, potatoes, celery, tomatoes, beets, carrots and later Easter Lilies were important export crops from Bermuda. Bermudian seamen became known
Featured above: The Governor, General Sir James Willcocks is helped on board the Curtis Jenny seaplane in Hamilton Harbour. On May 22, 1919 - The First Plane Flew Over Bermuda It was a Burgess-Curtiss N-9H