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Tue, 23 Jun 2015 13:15:06 -0400

The Revolution seeks to inform and engage and electorate that has become jaded by decades of lackluster political performance as our country’s problems get worse in the face of administrations that have left far too many honest, hardworking Bahamians behind.

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 06:15:14 -0400

COB President Dr. Rodney Smith – in one of his first interviews since returning to the College – discusses the institution’s transition to university status, which he anticipates could finally be completed by the end of the year. We also discuss the accreditation process, COB’s role in the National Development Plan, the master plan for the Oakes Field Campus, and fixing the much-maligned registration process once-and-for-all.
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Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .

Mon, 22 Jun 2015 13:15:19 -0400

The Revolution seeks to inform and engage and electorate that has become jaded by decades of lackluster political performance as our country’s problems get worse in the face of administrations that have left far too many honest, hardworking Bahamians behind.

Mon, 22 Jun 2015 06:15:14 -0400

Janice Rolle and Dominic Ferguson with Fidelity Bank tell us about their programs, including their FREE Financial Coaching, Debt$aver Loans, Fidelity Visa Prepaid Cards, as well as their next Women’s-Only Seminar coming in October.
For more information, log on to fidelitygroup.com or Facebook.com/FidelityBankBahamas, or call 356-7764.

Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .


A multi-faceted examination of all aspects of life and culture in The Bahamas, particularly from the unique perspective of the Haitian community in the country, “Voices of the Diaspora” will feature bilingual (English and Haitian Creole) news and analysis, interactive discussions, and entertainment. Segments include “You Need To Know”, “Voice of the People”, “Youth Interaction”, “Artist Spotlight” and “Kompa Music Saturdays”.