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  1. RUSSIA may recognise the Lakota Independence from the USA & CARICOM AMERINDIANS TO FOLLOW SUIT

    This is a very long but worthwhile item on the Lakota struggle to regain what can logically be shown as their own place in the first instance {It should be noted this also has severe ramifications towards African Reparations if taken to the extreme, especially as Holocaust Victims have been settled with their claims before, […]

    December 30, 2007Controversy, News1 comment
  2. American Sailing Conglomerate buys Grenadian Marina for $24-Million U.S.

    Camper & Nicholsons Marina Investments Ltd (‘CNMI‘ or ‘the Company‘), the AIM-listed Guernsey-based specialist marina investment company, has now exchanged contracts to acquire the marina at Port Louis, located in St. George’s, the capital of Grenada, West Indies and certain marina related real estate for US$24m from Port Louis Land Ltd and Port Louis Trading […]

    December 30, 2007TravelNo comments
  3. Cantankerous Old Fart in Lone Star state leaves huge tip for abused waitress as his Last Rites (PG-13: Mild Language)

    During the span of George Bush Jr’s reign in the White House this old man would make a Latina waitress get close to sinning her soul at a Tex-Mex cantina with his stinking attitude, little realising her reward would not be in Heaven, but here on Earth… Melina Salazar was just as stunned as the […]

    December 29, 2007Controversy, Featured, News, Oddity2 comments
  4. URGENT: Barbadian Police on Serious Manhunt – Law using Composite Drawing to snare Alleged Perpetrator

    The Royal Barbados Police Force are urging Barbadians to help tag a man, wanted in connection with a number of serious criminal matters. The composite Drawing of this man is presented. Additional details are as follows: About 5?8? tall, clear complexion, brown eyes, round face and believed to be in his twenties. Any person who […]

    December 29, 2007Crime, NewsNo comments
  5. EARLY CLOSURE OF BARBADIAN POLYCLINICS – DR’S MEETING REASON BEHIND MOVE

    The Ministry of Health has advised that all polyclinics will be closed at 1:00 p.m., on Wednesday, January 2, 2008. This is to facilitate a meeting called by the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners for all doctors. However, the Fast Track Service at the Winston Scott Polyclinic will be opened from 4:30 p.m. to 10:00 […]

    December 29, 2007Health, NewsNo comments
  6. BARBADIAN DIGICEL TEAM DONATES TO LOCAL HIV/AIDS FOOD BANK

    DIGICEL (Barbados) Ltd. reaffirmed its commitment to supporting those affected and afflicted with HIV/AIDS on the island when its staff members and its advertising agency, Vision Marketing, recently presented the Ministry of Health?s HIV/AIDS Food Bank with a jumbo-sized barrel full of food items. The company?s marketing executive, Marquita Sugrim, noted that this was the […]

    December 29, 2007Health, News, TechnologyNo comments
  7. Six Runs for Barbadian Sports movie on DVD format

    Copies of the locally produced movie Hit For Six! have been flying off the shelves since the movie was released locally on DVD about two weeks ago and stocks are being replenished to satisfy the demand. Since the Hit For Six! DVD was released on December 14, it has been a hit with many who […]

    December 29, 2007Sports, TechnologyNo comments
  8. US Soccer gets shot in arm from Barbados – Ferguson an asset for both Bajan and American goals

    US Soccer has done much to improve its global stock, they have wooed the mythical Beckham to their shores and now they’re seducing Caribbean stock… Especially our own, according to Charles Boehm at the Potomac Soccer Wire – Born in Maryland to a Barbadian mother and Grenadian father, [Daryl] Ferguson spent time with D.C. United’s […]

    December 29, 2007Football, SportsNo comments
  9. Government Employee & Barbadian Blogger victimised by Partisan Politricks – Image used w/o Permission

    More often than not, I carry a Disclaimer, semi-humorous but equally semi-true… I have sought to keep local Politricks from this Blog except when it may personally encroach me! With elections due by middle of next month/year, and the following is a means of propaganda unwittingly and unwillingly involving me then this too is an […]

    December 29, 2007Controversy, Crime, Featured, NewsNo comments
  10. U P D A T E – Extension on Contest, Prizes added & Rules simplified

    I am extending the deadline for the Year-End Quiz to January 6th 2008, folks have quarrelled over copying and pasting links, okay – screw that… Just gimme the answers, okay? It is easy, I have guided you where to look – even included my categories now at the side, so just give the closest answer […]

    December 29, 2007Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  11. The public’s choice at Zemicon – too safe and predictable: Carmichael prize goes to Barbadian teenager (PG-13/Caution: Language)

    The Zemicon Gallery recently hosted the second Carmichael Art Prize. There’s a new sponsor now, from Canada – the Goldcorp Insurance Company Inc. The theme for the 2007 competition is ?Food?. The entries had to be very particular paintings, not exceeding 36?x 48? (frame incl.), executed in 2007 and for sale (at a price consistent […]

    December 29, 2007Arts, Featured, NewsNo comments
  12. A Declaration Of Independence From The USA [Follow Up]

    {Ed’s Note: Eventually, someone would have to pay for Little Big Horn with Custer, but no one expected this, again – thanks to Damon Corrie} Lakota Sioux Indian representatives declared sovereign nation status today in Washington D.C. following Monday’s withdrawal from all previously signed treaties with the United States Government. The withdrawal, hand delivered to […]

    December 28, 2007Controversy, Crime, Featured, News1 comment
  13. Anybody can win and everybody has an equal opportunity: NEW JAMAICAN TV PROGRAMME TO SHOWCASE NEW TALLENT

    Saturday January 5th, 2008 will see the beginning of a new chapter in the history of dancehall music in Jamaica when the much touted and highly anticipated Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall will premier at 9 pm on TVJ. The competition will feature a bevy of talented princes and princesses vying for the title, […]

    December 28, 2007Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  14. Annu Institute offers Day Of Meditation for FREE in the City (Shameless Plug)

    Holiday Greetings and best wishes for the new year 2008 (CE): The ANNU Institute would like to invite the public to start the new year off on the right foot. The Institute will be offering a FREE moving meditating class which includes Yoga, qigong and Tai chi. We ask any members of the public to […]

    December 26, 2007Culture, NewsNo comments
  15. Barbadian Boxer pummels Guyanese contender in non-title bout

    Rising Barbadian light heavyweight boxer Shawn Cox wasted little time in completing an easy first-round victory over Guyana’s Mark Sealy in the non-title main bout at the Wildey Gymnasium over the Xmas weekend.Frustrated by the withdrawal of his original opponent Ricardo ?The Bomber? Kellman that forced the cancellation of the Barbados National light heavyweight title […]

    December 26, 2007SportsNo comments
  16. Descendants of last Native American uprising declare intent to break away from USA

    Sitting Bull’s tribe declares independence Descendants of the American Indian chiefs Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse yesterday declared their independence from the United States, announcing they were withdrawing from treaties signed with the federal government 150 years ago. The Lakota Indians, whose territory includes parts of Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming, sent […]

    December 26, 2007Controversy, Crime, Featured, News6 comments
  17. Jamaican Reggae Group complete footage for New Music-Video

    Dynamic reggae band Rootz Underground has broken new ground with the shooting of Hammer, the video for the next single, off their soon to be released debut album Movement! Produced by Shannon Hart and directed by Luciano Blotta, the video for Hammer is a symbol of the mindset and the message of Rootz Underground. Rootz […]

    December 26, 2007Music, NewsNo comments
  18. Truth Stranger Than Fiction – Oregon man sends Xmas Cards AFTER he dies

    Hey there, welcome back! Hope your ham was proper and the ponche crema was righteous… Speaking of the festive season, Christmas in a small Oregon town must have felt a bit like a Stephen King book when a guy who was dead sent greetings in his own script and with current stamps, got this from […]

    December 26, 2007Featured, News, OddityNo comments
  19. Caribbean Crossroads with Attorney Marlon Hill – LIVE on 1360AM WKAT – TONITE, 6pm-7pm (Shameless Plug)

    Caribbean Crossroads With Attorney Marlon Hill The Crossroads of Politics, Arts /Culture & Community Affairs Now LIVE on 1360AM WKAT, 6pm-7pm Pulse Poll online ?What is your primary concern going into 2008?? Peppah! Topic: What is or should be on your mind for 2008? Part I *Is it the state of the economy? Is it […]

    December 22, 2007Culture, News1 comment
  20. KITTITIAN GAMBLING COMMUNITY ASSUAGES ITS CONSCIENCE BY HELPING ILL CHILDREN

    Not surprisingly during this season of cheer and goodwill, St Kitt’s Racing and Gaming Services (RGS) recently donated a variety of articles to the children receiving medical care at the Paediatric Ward at the Joseph N. France (JNF) General Hospital. The easily afforded gifts by this affluent sector included toys, baskets of baby items and […]

    December 22, 2007Controversy, News2 comments
  21. U.S Embassy in Barbados takes break over the Christmas holidays

    The American Embassy for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean will be closed for the upcoming Christmas holidays. All sections of the Embassy will be closed for business from Monday December 24th, 2007 and will re-open for business on Thursday December 27th, 2007. They’re advising everybody to arrange their business accordingly (Such as get your Non-Immigrant […]

    December 22, 2007NewsNo comments
  22. Pssst! Want light-bulbs and sneakers cheap? Zip over to Grantley Adams Int’l early next year

    Barbadians will have the opportunity to bid for a number of goods on Thursday, January 10, 2008, at an auction sale which will be conducted by the Customs and Excise Department. The sale will take place at the Queen?s Warehouse, Terminal II, Grantley Adams International Airport from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Goods to be […]

    December 21, 2007News1 comment
  23. BVI Mobile Customers to Access World Class Services & Cutting-Edge Technology

    Digicel, the fastest growing mobile operator in the Caribbean and new entrant to Central America, today announced that it been granted a mobile license to operate a GSM network in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). The license comes after the liberalization process initiated by the Government of BVI in early 2005. The British Virgin Islands […]

    December 21, 2007BusinessNo comments
  24. TRINIDADIAN & ANTIGUAN ENTERTAINMENT CREATE FREE DOWNLOAD ON CRICKET WEBSITE

    Stanford 20/20 fans can download for free the new Stanford 20/20 Tournament song, featuring soca king Machel Montano and Antiguan soca siren Claudette “CP” Peters, the tune will also saturate radio stations and pump up the region in anticipation of the biggest cricket showdown in the Caribbean. Entitled Come Rise With Me, the theme song […]

    December 20, 2007Cricket, SportsNo comments
  25. ISLAND STUBS OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES CARIBBEAN-WIDE ONLINE TICKETING

    Island Stubs just officially launched their new Caribbean online ticketing service. The launch was recently held at Kingston Beer’s Tuesday Nite Live at the Village Caf? in Kingston. At the launch Noelle Nicolls, Director of Island Stubs, gave a visual demonstration of how the site works. She emphasized its easy to use system and how […]

    December 20, 2007Entertainment, TechnologyNo comments