strip
  1. Reggae takes the voyage on Danger Zone’s Journey’s Riddim: Crossing a good mix of young and fresh artistes and Reggae veterans

    Danger Zone’s Journey’s Riddim has now been officially released and like the pre-released version, which was premiered in the last quarter of 2007, the riddim has attracted support from a wide cross section of the music fraternity and been hailed as one of the best riddims presently on the airwaves. Danger Zone has added some […]

    March 31, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  2. Virtual Book Tour of Afro-American Author Kaira Denee ** SHAMELESS PLUG **

    Brittany, Shari and Nia never knew the importance of self-respect, self-confidence and trust… But they?re about to find out. How will their stories end? You decide! Art director by day, Brittany parties hard after hours and sleeps with all kinds of anonymous well-dressed, rich brothers with nice cars. But her dangerous behavior is about to […]

    March 31, 2008BooksNo comments
  3. UK comedian’s widow passes away here in Barbados – this as late comic’s image still promotes medical check-ups

    My first taste of Bob Monkhouse was at the Lone Star Restaurant when it debuted in 1997, he was quite hilarious but also ill I did not know – he passed on not long after… Now it seems his wife of 35 years has decided to join him – Jackie Monkhouse, 71, was found by […]

    March 30, 2008Culture, Entertainment, Health, TechnologyNo comments
  4. Slip by Warrens or Worthing and drop off your card and see if you get a chance at free food! {SHAMELESS PLUG}

    This month at The Lucky Horseshoe, you are invited to drop your business cards into the box/jar provided and get a chance to win Lunch vouchers valued at $50. Be a part of the April Spring Draw at both Lucky Horseshoe locations. The Draw will be done LIVE on the Lucky Horseshoe 1/2 Hour Show […]

    March 30, 2008BusinessNo comments
  5. Barbados branch of US Embassy enables video group to trace life of US Statesman from his hometown – Nevis!

    President of a United Sates based production company Manifold Production Inc. Mr. Michael Park and his wife Gina, spent a day in Nevis on a fact finding mission earlier this week in preparation for a documentary on the early life of Alexander Hamilton, who was born in Nevis and spent his formative years on the […]

    March 29, 2008News, TravelNo comments
  6. NEW WEBSITE HAS ALL THE TEST ACTION FOR CRICKETING FANS – EXPECT MORE, GET MORE

    DigicelCricket.com the full featured website of the official sponsor of West Indies cricket has undergone a complete renovation and overhaul. The full featured website has been relaunched and fans of West Indies cricket can visit DigicelCricket.com for all the latest actions, news, photographs, exclusive videos and more. The website will have live score updates throughout […]

    March 29, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  7. AUDIO VISUAL AIDS DEPARTMENT TO HOST ART WORKSHOP

    Art teachers from the island?s primary and secondary schools are set to benefit from the upcoming Audio Visual Aids Department?s (AVAD) Art Education Resource Materials Workshop. Scheduled to take place during the Easter vacation, the workshop aims to introduce teachers to the AVAD’s ?Seeing Art? concepts that have been captured on DVD. Sessions will explore […]

    March 29, 2008Arts, Culture, NewsNo comments
  8. FORMER CWC 2007 OFFICIAL APPLAUDS SPORTS TOURISM STRATEGY OF SKN

    The sporting facilities being constructed by St Kitts’ Ministry of Sports around the main island will raise the chances of the twin-island federation being successful in the sports tourism sub-sector. This is the firm belief of Donald Lockerbie, President of OLYMPVS INTERNATIONAL LLC – a worldwide sports facility and operations consulting firm, based in North […]

    March 29, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  9. BARBADIAN INCOME TAX RETURNS DUE BY APRIL 30

    The Inland Revenue Department is making sure that everybody in Barbados, both residents and non-residents, who either ran a business, vocation, trade, manufacture or an undertaking of any kind or an adventure or concern in the nature of trade in Barbados during income year 2007, then they have to file an income tax return by […]

    March 29, 2008BusinessNo comments
  10. MARK KENNY: BRINGING AUTHENTIC JAMAICAN TALENT TO THE MASSES

    The phenomena of Rising Stars and Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall have created a level of enthusiasm and an anticipation rarely seen in the history of television talent shows in Jamaica. Many do not know who the brainchild of these two massively popular shows is and even more interestingly, that he is not a […]

    March 29, 2008Culture, Entertainment1 comment
  11. Jumbies at St Lawrence: Big Easter Bash – Sat. 29 March, w/Kite, NexCyx & The Rebel * SHAMELESS PLUG *

    It is Kite season. It is Easter time. Someone suggested eating donuts.Jumbies Big Easter Bash features Kite & NexCyx (plus Billy Kincaid too) on stage (rumour has it that they may all be on stage together at some point). The Rebel will be at the turntables. Banks on special. Happy hour is from 10:00 pm […]

    March 29, 2008Culture, Entertainment, MusicNo comments
  12. T’dad set for some hot wickets in their tail – As Windies take on Colombo, Trinis test their amateur skills at Digicel Scotiabank’s Cricket Experience

    After virtually securing all the records at the Guyana National Stadium during the First Digicel Test match when the stadium became the 97th Test venue in the world, Sri Lanka now moves to take on West Indies in the Second and Final Digicel Test at the Queen?s Park Oval in neighbouring Trinidad and Tobago. The […]

    March 29, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  13. Traffic Safety: No Act of Fate – Accidents take lives of hundreds – many in their prime years – in both Latin America and the C’bean

    Crop Over is soon here, and I was looking at PAHO’s newsletter about vehicular mishaps and although it referred to the Caribbean, the closest they got was by Costa Rica, the story primarily dealt with South American territories and the horrors they cause long after the wreckage is hauled away! Yet I could not help […]

    March 29, 2008Crime, Featured, Health, News, TravelNo comments
  14. COMMUNITY INDEPENDENCE PARISH ELECTION DATES RESCHEDULED

    Dates for selecting parish independence committees of St. Joseph, St. Thomas, St. George and St. Philip have been rescheduled. Here’s the new roster: St. Joseph, on Saturday, March 29, at the St. Elizabeth Primary School at 6:00 p.m.; St. Philip, on Sunday, March 30, at the Princess Margaret Secondary School, Six Roads, at 5:00 p.m.; […]

    March 28, 2008Culture, Entertainment, PoliticalNo comments
  15. LUTAN FYAH HEATS UP EUROPE ALL ACROSS – The fire burning DJ has set Europe ablaze with his addictive and positivity fiery tracks

    With stops in Germany, Italy and France, Lutan now blazes through Spain, Portugal and Scandinavia, getting a great response on his six-week Europe tour. Lutan Fyah just performed to a packed crowd of over 1,000 patrons in Laval, France then followed that with a heavy gig in Barcelona, Spain with Jah Mason to over 1,500 […]

    March 28, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  16. ARE YOU READY FOR ATLANTA CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL IN DOWNTOWN MAY 24?

    THE 20th ANNUAL ATLANTA CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL DAWNS ON DOWNTOWN ATLANTA, GA ON SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2008As Efforts to Rebuild & Revitalize this Epicenter of Arts & Culture Continue WHO: The Atlanta Caribbean Carnival Bandleaders Association, the official organizers of the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival, along with 15,000 plus Carnival enthusiasts from multi-cultural backgrounds. WHAT: The 20th […]

    March 28, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  17. Salsa’s “golden boy” is joining with PAHO in a new campaign to end domestic violence

    Throughout Jerry Rivera’s 18-year singing career, music has been his voice. Today, after recording 14 albums and selling 6 million copies, the former “Salsa Baby” is ready to send a grown-up message that goes beyond love songs. Rivera is adding his voice to the growing chorus of celebrities and other advocates who want to see […]

    March 28, 2008Crime, Entertainment, Featured, Health, NewsNo comments
  18. FANS TRIUMPH OVER WEST INDIES PLAYERS AT DIGICEL SCOTIABANK CRICKET EXPERIENCE

    The Digicel Scotiabank Cricket Experience attracted hundreds of eager fans for three fun packed last week days at the Merriman’s Mall in Georgetown, Guyana. Dozens of persons walked away with fantastic prizes and some even got bragging rights over star West Indies cricketers. Elon Fernandes, an Under 19 player at the world famous Georgetown Cricket […]

    March 28, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  19. Barbadian Idol? Open Mic Night Coming Soon To Braddie’s Bar

    Pyramid Entertainment Management Inc will produce the ?Open Mic? series for Braddie’s Bar every Thursday night beginning April 3rd 2008 and runs for 8 weeks.Hosted by popular DJ and Radio Personality DJ Hurricane, ?Open Mic? night is a live show which will provide opportunities for emerging talents including singers, songwriters, comedians and poets/spoken word artistes […]

    March 28, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  20. JAYAWARDENE SAYS WINDIES PLAYED INTO SRI LANKA?S GAME PLAN

    Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene said that the West Indian strategy of being positive rather than being defensive played right into his team?s game plan in the First Digicel Test match at the Guyana National Stadium. ?We wanted them to play a few shots on this wicket because that?s how we could have created opportunities. […]

    March 27, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  21. The Errol Barrow Centre – Mecca for Barbadian Literary Community? You have 28 Mar. to 6 Apr. to judge

    Prince claimed he could do it in a day, Fox say they do it in one minute and 20 seconds and Jules Verne thought it was phenomenal to it less than three months – the Cave Hill Campus’ Errol Barrow Centre takes a neat and stately ten days… …to circumnavigate this third ball of dirt […]

    March 27, 2008Books, CultureNo comments
  22. CE’CILE CONTINUES TO SIZZLE – LESS REST FOR DA BAD GYAL O’JAMAICA

    Europe Tour Ce’Cile will continue her slate of performances with her European tour which begins at the end of June. The tour will see Ce’Cile performing at several high profile reggae and dancehall events including: Reggae Summer Jam in Germany (July 4), Rototom Sunsplash in Udine, Italy (July 7) and Splash Festival in Leipzig Germany […]

    March 26, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  23. HURRICANE HUNTER ON SHOW AT GRANTLEY ADAMS INT’L AIRPORT

    Barbadians will get an opportunity to tour a hurricane hunter when, as part of the Caribbean Hurricane Awareness Trip (CHAT) for 2008, the aerial reconnaissance aircraft makes a stopover at Grantley Adams International Airport at month-end. It goes on show from 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. on March 28 with the first hour set aside […]

    March 26, 2008Nature, News, Technology, TravelNo comments
  24. Female incontinence cases on Nevis receive expert attention – please do not take the piss out of this!

    Florida based Urologist Dr. Brian Cohen conducted medical screenings at the Alexandra Hospital in Nevis just over the weekend for women with incontinence problems. Dr. Cohen indicated he specialised in the area of female bladder issues in Miami, Florida and he became familiar with Nevis from a long time colleague, Dr. Thwaites who had professional […]

    March 26, 2008Health, NewsNo comments
  25. JUSTICE IS SERVED IN BARBADOS – PARKING IDs AVAILABLE FOR THE MOBILITY CHALLENGED

    Long has The Bajan Reporter been wishing to see that right is done with Handicapped Parking, now the Barbados Council for the Disabled is taking a step in the most excellent direction – The Barbados Council for the Disabled will be distributing free Disabled Parking Permits (parking ID’s) to those mobility challenged persons this Saturday, […]

    March 26, 2008Crime, News, TravelNo comments