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  1. Time To Change – More to Sugar than Sweetness: D. Kirton/ Wllm. Attaway at Limelight, Pt 3/3

    When last we stood in the Limelight, we listened to the advice of Phil Phillips as well as got a glimpse at the works of William Attaway (US-born, Bajan-Raised & California Livin’), now let’s dig into the music of the Man of the Moment; David Kirton and what his forays into promotion, planning and technology […]

    May 31, 2007Featured, Music, PaintingNo comments
  2. Earthrace Hits Storms in Mediterranean: Still hopes to break 1998 Record

    Since Tuesday, Earthrace encountered several storms as she made her way across the Mediterranean Sea from Port Said, Egypt to Malaga, Spain, a distance of 1950 nautical miles. These storms stalled Earthrace?s speed from 22 knots to 10 knots as they battled head seas of 15 feet and 50 knot wind gusts. On May 26th, […]

    May 31, 2007Featured, News, TravelNo comments
  3. RE-ISSUE: Barbados Police Blotter – Wanted/Missing

    Still Wanted – Sgt Dave Greenidge The Administration of the Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking to contact Sergeant Dave Greenidge urgently.His last known address was Kewland, St. Thomas. Sergeant Greenidge is asked to call Assistant Commissioner Management Services, Mr. Oral Williams at telephone number 430-7115 or Senior Superintendent Don Nicholls, Head of the Human […]

    May 30, 2007Crime, NewsNo comments
  4. American Embassy invites applications for Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarships

    The United States Embassy for Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean is reminding the public applications are now being accepted world wide for the Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship program. A Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship permits resident citizens of the Eastern Caribbean to study at the post-graduate level at American Universities for up to 2 years. Beneficiaries […]

    May 30, 2007NewsNo comments
  5. Caribbean Leader to address 96th International Labour Conference

    More than 3,000 government-, worker- and employer- leaders will be conferring until 15th June for the annual Conference of the International Labour Organization (ILO) at Geneva to discuss issues ranging from decent work and development to child labour in agriculture, work in the fishing sector, equality at work, forced labour and the promotion of sustainable […]

    May 30, 2007NewsNo comments
  6. Trinidad climate change conference to focus on new opportunities for the Caribbean

    ?Climate change is rapidly moving up the international agenda. Politicians globally recognise that as the debate shifts its focus to environmental security, opportunities will emerge in regions such as the Caribbean to encourage international support for new policies on the economy, energy, investment and in other areas?. So said Lord Ffoulkes, President of the Caribbean-Britain […]

    May 30, 2007Controversy, Nature, NewsNo comments
  7. STONE THE CROWS – IMDb relents and publishes Reviews: Two Thirds, POTC & Shrek!

    Just early yesterday we spoke of a sometimes war with IMDb, we disagreed on Norbit, then Shrek 3 as well as Jack Sparrow’s swan song “At World’s End” and if you trace the links in my articles, you’ll know from the very beginning I used links from the Internet Movie Database to substantiate the entertainment […]

    May 29, 2007Cinema, Entertainment, FeaturedNo comments
  8. Barbadian Singer Heads for Land of Rising Sun – Rihanna slotted to play in Al Gore’s Live Earth

    After her digital download success in Britain, Rihanna moves further east – in Japan, she’ll be teaming up with screaming metal alt band Linkin Park… All for a good cause too! Live Earth, whose planners include former US vice president Al Gore, entails 24 hours of concerts across seven continents on July 7. “Live Earth […]

    May 29, 2007Entertainment, Music, RihannaNo comments
  9. Mexico overcome SVG on penalty shoot out after scoreless stalemate: Digicel Shield Finals, Pt. 2

    Mexico opened the Digicel Shield with a very strong performance as they outclassed St Vincent and the Grenadines but in the end only came through courtesy of a penalty shoot out win after a goal less stalemate. After a very bright opening Mexico looked as if they may jump into an early lead with lone […]

    May 29, 2007Football, SportsNo comments
  10. Soca warriors delight as they overcome Haiti in tight contest: Digicel Shield Finals, Pt. 1

    Trinidad and Tobago made amends to their home fans after their crushing Digicel Caribbean Cup final defeat to Haiti as they saw off the Haitian Gold Cup side 1-0 in an exciting Digicel Shield semi final in Port of Spain to now go on and face Mexico on Wednesday night in the Digicel Shield Final. […]

    May 29, 2007Football, SportsNo comments
  11. Grenada showcased at the Region’s Biggest Regattas

    Grenada’s flag flew high as the Spice Isle was featured prominently at the recently concluded 20th Antigua Classic Regatta and the 40th Stanford Antigua Sail Week. This was a chance for Port Louis Grenada to promote the beauty, charm and potential of Grenada as a world class yachting destination. These regattas are some of the […]

    May 29, 2007SportsNo comments
  12. Q: Which Barbadian pub has its best night on a Tuesday and Why? Read answer below…

    When you go to Worthing in Christ Church, the main part of Barbados’ southern coastline, the place to be on a weeknight is Players at 8:00 pm on a Tuesday (named after the Norse God Of War, may come in handy, ppl)! The pub quiz has quickly become the thing to be seen or doing […]

    May 28, 2007Culture, Entertainment, FeaturedNo comments
  13. Barbados’ Rihanna – Tops Digital Downloads in UK as CD market starts to dwindle – New “Umbrella” video lacks certain token

    It’s been a while since we turned our attention to Barbados’ leading export, Rihanna! Anyone seen her new music video? I could do like Sesame Street and play the game to spot what’s different… But I hated it when I was a kid and still do – so no suspense, the new film for the […]

    May 28, 2007Featured, Music, Rihanna2 comments
  14. Barbadian felines are the best – climbing, snoozing or hiding: Strathclyde’s temple guards

    It is said that Egyptians or Thai used cats to guard their temples, they were even worshipped as Gods (explains their snotty attitude, they probably never forgot and still believe the hype) – I can somehow believe that with the weird lot I have patrolling my home, if you call it that…. Mimmo, seen here, […]

    May 28, 2007Controversy, Featured, Nature, NewsNo comments
  15. Gil Scott Heron was right – for Belize, the revolution will not be televised: Parliamentary standoff gears down

    Although Gil Scott Heron said it well when “The revolution will not be televised“? I know Billy, that everlasting bard, had just as sizzling a comment on what is happening in Belmopan – then here is how he would have said it best…. To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,Creeps in this petty pace from day to […]

    May 28, 2007Controversy, Featured, NewsNo comments
  16. Successful US-born Barbadian raised artist has many clients from Black American Entertainers – D. Kirton/Wllm. Attaway at Limelight: Pt 2/3

    When last we visited at Limelight Cafe, there was a Grand Launch for select folk about David Kirton‘s new album – that review is still to come, but let’s get a closer look at the artist who was busy painting behind David as he sang his heart to the audience that night… William Attaway was […]

    May 28, 2007Featured, Music, PaintingNo comments
  17. Barbadian Blogger looks at Dreamworks latest Digital animation: Third Time is nearly Charming’s – but Shrek returns the King! (More Spoilers)

    As I mentioned in the previous entry, my Shrek The Third review from IMDb was put on the kibosh, so I have included the new submission here in case it too gets axed! So? Far Far Away we go – I have a direct connection to the movie, I had the privilege of interviewing John […]

    May 28, 2007Cinema, Featured, ReviewNo comments
  18. IMDB is censoring Caribbean reviews again: Pirates of the Caribbean 3 on hold & Shrek 3 deleted! (Spoilers, beware!)

    Well it seems IMDb and yours truly are at variance again, this time it’s between Shrek 3 and Pirates Of The Caribbean 3: At World’s End – in Shrek 3, I remarked that the main character does not want to accept the consequences of unprotected sex as in becoming a father; for POTC3: At World’s […]

    May 28, 2007Cinema, Controversy, FeaturedNo comments
  19. SVG to play in Digicel Shield in Trinidad & Tobago

    The St Vincent and the Grenadines team, arrive at the Piarco International Airport to play in the Digicel Shield. The team was a last minute addition to the Digicel Shield and was more than anxious to be added to the star studded roster which includes Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti and Mexico. A lot of the […]

    May 26, 2007Football, SportsNo comments
  20. Launch of latest Barbadian Reggae cd uncovers great advice for new musicians – also great music & art! D. Kirton/Wllm. Attaway at Limelight: Pt 1/3

    Back in March, both Noelle Attaway-Kirton & hubby Dave went to the Lone Star state, after having visited the 21st edition of the American entertainment trade showcase known as “South By Southwest” in Texas, Bird’s Eye Music is taking its stable of performers seriously and itself – this earned much respect from a prominent member […]

    May 26, 2007Entertainment, Featured, MusicNo comments
  21. More Caribbean-based entities in the Matrix – Three Bajes & A Brit: plus plans to revive the Concorde?

    Remember when we took a look at how certain Bajans are popping up on the net faster than newborn rabbits? There have been some more again… A few have lofty ideals and others, well, they are there on the net taking up bandwidth, ahem! One set of marketing I witnessed made me sorry I did […]

    May 26, 2007Featured, NewsNo comments
  22. Caribbean Fashion On Barbadian West Coast: Organisers looking at Charity with Africa – Models lack catwalking skills

    Recently there was a preview for the Air Jamaica/C’bean Fashion Week to be held in Jamaica from the 6th to the 10th of June, the early edition was performed near one of the pools at the Almond Beach Village in St Peter.The show was slated to start at 7:30 pm, got there for 8:00 pm […]

    May 25, 2007FashionNo comments
  23. Earthrace Enters the Red Sea: No longer seeking Barbados return

    Earthrace continues its quest to break the world record for circumnavigation of the globe by a powerboat. Earthrace entered the Red Sea May 22 2007, with a Northern path towards the Suez Canal. The Earthrace powerboat began its record attempt on April 7 from San Diego, California and must finish back in San Diego on […]

    May 25, 2007Featured, News, TechnologyNo comments
  24. DOMINICA JAZZES St. LUCIA: MORE SAILING ACTION IN CARIBBEAN WATERS

    Following the Dominica Yacht Club?s (DYC) historic first race outing to the Bequia Easter Regatta recently, the DYC competed in last weekend?s BMW J24 Invitational Regatta hosted by the St Lucia Yacht Club. Jerry Bethell skippered and Valence Victor, Marie Mazat and Rowald ?Felly? Derrick crewed the DYC Team boat to a great showing, placing […]

    May 25, 2007SportsNo comments
  25. The Caribbean poetry book ?V.I. Callaloo? is in the BVI? Finally!

    Get your copy from any of the Callaloo Poets – Lavanta Thompson, Oren Hodge, Linette Rabsatt, April T. Glasgow, V. Celeste Fahie, Earold O?Kieffe, Urenna Francis, Stephen Payne, Raja H. Pemberton, Jehu Nisbett, Quincy Lettsome, PH.D., Charles P. Bartholomew, Jerome Joseph, Sonjah Smith and Justin Hodge. Tremis Skeete, Prudence George and Elton Hazel are distributing […]

    May 25, 2007Books, FeaturedNo comments