Match: Syracuse (2-1) vs. VCU (2-2) Place: Imperial Arena (Paradise Island, Bahamas) Time: 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time – Wednesday, November 24. Television: ESPN2 Flux: WatchESPN Broadcast: Eric Frede, Carolyn Peck Radio: TK99, WAER, Cuse.com, TuneIn app Series history: Syracuse and VCU have only met three times, with Orange having emergedRead More →

Enjoy white sand beaches, restaurants, aqua adventures and more in beautiful Atlantis CHARLOTTE, NC — Sponsored by: Charlotte, NC – This article involves commercial content. The products and services presented appear as paid advertising. Whether you’re looking for family fun, a romantic getaway, or a getaway with friends, Emily Kaufman,Read More →

It’s tournament time, and the inaugural Women’s Battle 4 Atlantis could give college basketball fans the first No. 1 vs. No. 2 game of the season. Otherwise, it will feature a massive upset of one or both NCAA championship favorites. The Battle 4 Atlantis is in its 10th season onRead More →

For UConn’s men’s and women’s basketball teams to compete in Battle 4 Atlantis, which offers a first chance to experience just how good they really are, a major structure at the Caribbean’s largest resort must undergo a complete makeover. A 200,000 square foot convention center at Atlantis Paradise Island becomesRead More →

Often referred to as “Dubai’s Atlantis”, The Palm attracts people from all over the world to experience its unique features. With its luxurious and unique attractions, almost anything is possible in the beautiful and sprawling desert city of Dubai. Whether it’s witnessing the world’s largest photo frame, climbing the world’sRead More →

The legendary land mass was first described by the Greek philosopher Plato. In his texts, “Timaeus” and “Critias”, he describes an antagonistic naval power that drives “ancient Athens” away from the island. Although this is only a brief note, the weight that Atlantis has had on literature and popular cultureRead More →

In addition to top-notch entertainment, guests of Atlantis Paradise Island enjoy access to the resort’s five miles of white-sand beaches, a 141-acre Aquaventure waterscape with unique pools, slides and rides, and features the largest open-air marine habitat in the world. Atlantis Paradise Island is also home to two dozen restaurants,Read More →

By KHRISNA RUSSELL Chief journalist of the tribune krussell@tribunemedia.net ATLANTIS has maintained its position that unvaccinated employees are financially responsible for their weekly rapid antigen tests despite a recent announcement by a government minister that the station had agreed to suspend the policy. A spokesperson for the mega resort toldRead More →

“We will not stand idly by”, warns the union NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) President Darrin Woods claimed last night that the Atlantis resort was acting illegally by requiring unvaccinated employees to cover the cost of their weekly COVID-19 tests. The Atlantis resort announcedRead More →

The Atlantis resort on Paradise Island. By TANYA SMITHCARTWRIGHT tsmith-cartwright@tribunemedia.net BAHAMAS Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union President Darrin Woods yesterday expressed concern over a letter sent by Atlantis to its staff reminding them that they will have to pay for COVID-19 tests themselves from September 1. When COVID-19 restrictionsRead More →

Defending champion Baylor Bears men’s basketball team and women’s powerhouses UConn and South Carolina won’t have to wait too long to see where they stand for the 2021-22 season. All three programs are entered into Battle 4 Atlantis, which kicks off Nov. 20 on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. TheRead More →

POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia (PRWEB) July 02, 2021 Nearly 2,400 years ago, the ancient philosopher Plato wrote the story of Atlantis, a fascinating story of an 11,000-year-old island civilization that has captured the imaginations of poets, authors and scholars ever since. many scholars who over the centuries have continued toRead More →

Never mind Waldo or Bernie. Where is Atlantis? The “lost civilization” site has probably had more trees cut down in the service of books and magazines claiming to know the answer than any other pseudo-scientific boondoggle. As I wrote some time ago (“Atlantis: The Lost Land”, September 10, 2015), theRead More →