TRAILER: A view to a “kill”; Callaloo for hungry poets; Caribbean art in Brooklyn – while Kite soars and women ready to play with Dickey

Let’s whet your appetite and look way ahead for this News-BlogBajan Reporter will attend one of the open sittings at Cave Shepherd when Bajan women get their share of Dickey, the US author famous for keeping it real with female perspectives, sex, and action – what about Eric Jerome’s days as a computer programmer, or comedian and a comic-book scripter on two of the most famous Afro-American characters in Marvel Comics?

How does he get inside the minds of females so deftly, is it understanding or shrewd interrogation on his part?

Bajan Reporter will ask Eric Jerome Dickey at whichever branch of this island’s leading Department Store, and have no problem in Dickey getting a head start on what we want 2 know!

Kite is having a public launch of their second serving of high-flying alternative sounds on the Riptide-produced and Mt Gay sponsored disk at Jumbies on the Gap this coming 20th, and Bajan Reporter will be there!

Speaking of flying, if you have no fear, then – The Virgin Atlantic Birdman returns on the 23rd at The Boatyard… ‘Nuff said!

The Brooklyn Museum has 14 artists and guess how many are Bajan? We’ll be telling you! This as the British Virgin Islands gives you a great alternative to Pudding & Souse or Flying Fish & Cou-Cou this weekend, some steaming Callaloo – it’s slamming!

Whatever became of the plans to open the View by where the Caribbee was? Learn who’s out before you got in, and why – right here, on the Bajan Reporter!

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