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2013-01-17 20:21:48

NASSAU, Bahamas, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Islands Of The Bahamas will showcase the destination in a new multi-million dollar advertising campaign designed to showcase some of the islands' most compelling features - turquoise water, stunning beaches, friendly people and the laid-back lifestyle that transports vacationers millions of miles from their everyday cares. The ad, the first in a series, will feature several celebrities associated with The Bahamas including former NBA star...

2010-07-23 03:59:00

LUXEMBOURG, July 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's greatest living illusionist selected the Luxembourg-based real estate website PROPERTY4EAST.com to let his luxurious private resort in the Bahamas, Musha Cay. To view the Multimedia News Release, please click: http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/prne/propertyforeast/44187/ The island of David Copperfield, Musha Cay, is world famous; not only for its extraordinary luxurious look and feel, but also because it has been the...

2009-08-19 21:39:00

SEATTLE, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by Angelo Calfo and Patty Eakes at Yarmuth, Wilsdon, Calfo PLLC, David Copperfield's attorney: Two years ago, false reports surfaced in the media that a Washington woman claimed she had been assaulted by David Copperfield. Now, this same woman has filed a lawsuit on this false, two-year old claim to get money. We had hoped to avoid responding to her allegations in public, but her filing of this lawsuit has forced us to do...

2006-08-15 10:30:00

By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - The man who made the Statue of Liberty appear to vanish may soon claim to do the same for unsightly bags and wrinkles. Master illusionist David Copperfield says he has found the "Fountain of Youth" in the southern Bahamas, amid a cluster of four tiny islands he recently bought for $50 million. One of his islands in the Exuma chain, Musha Cay, is a private resort that rents for up to $300,000 a week and the other islands serve as buffers to keep prying eyes...