1. Barbados Windfest 2008 – Saturday May 31st and Sunday June 1st 2008

    Two days of wind surfing and kite surfing action on Accra Beach. Take part in one of the four races – windsurfing slalom, windsurfing expression, kite surfing expression session and the grande finale downwind race – all wind crafts accepted! Great cash and designer prizes for first, second and third place in all four races, […]

    April 24, 2008Culture, News, SportsNo comments


    April 24, 2008Cinema, Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  3. The Merry Month of May – What’s shaking over at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination (UWI’s EBCCI/Shameless Plug)

    Here?s what?s coming up in May at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination? ?Streets paved with Gold? Friday May 16th – Matinee Show for Students with ID Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th – General Audiences Updated information on tickets & times available soon The play was written and performed by Victor Richards. The play […]

    April 23, 2008Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  4. Pressure to Headline in Barbados at Music festival this weekend

    Culture reggae crooner Pressure Buss Pipe is preparing to headline at the Barbados “Reggae on the Hill” festival, on Sunday, April 27. Pressure joins a number of top international acts that will be bringing reggae to the masses at the Farley Hill National Park venue, including Sizzla, Capleton, Tanya Stephens, and Jah Cure.With his new […]

    April 23, 2008Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  5. Pyramid Entertainment Presents 4th Open Mic Session at Braddies’ Bar

    Three sessions of Open Mic have passed already and the number of patrons and talented performers continues to grow each week. Session 4 comes off this Thursday April 24, 2008 and will once again be hosted by popular DJ and Radio Personality, DJ Hurricane at Braddies Bar in Dover Christ Church, Barbados. Singers, Writers, Comedians, […]

    April 23, 2008Entertainment, NewsNo comments

    Jah Cure and Hip-Hop artiste Stack$ released their new video Flyin High on ‘420’: International Herb Day (April 20, 2008). Flyin High salutes the natural herb and is the first collaboration between Stack$ and Jah Cure; the video was conceptualised by Stack$ and directed by acclaimed music video producer Jay Will. The Flyin High video […]

    April 23, 2008Controversy, Music, News1 comment
  7. Miki Starr Storybook – Read FREE Online: S h a m e l e s s*P l u g! (From the author of Broken Promises) April 23, 2008Books, ControversyNo comments
  8. Defeating racism in Barbados – A Canadian Investor’s perspective

    While he may be no connection to Verdun House, we do have some words from the investor who shares the same patronym, he is doing a sequel to the accusation of racism at hotels (I know of one grand institution where those in charge seemed not to know who their own guests were, and when […]

    April 21, 2008Controversy, News1 comment
  9. Academy Award Winning Gospel Reggae Artiste to launch debut album in Barbados

    Gospelfest 2008 gets ready to welcome multi-award winning artiste, International gospel reggae singer, Jason Mighty, will be launching his debut album prayerfully entitled, CORNERSTONE on May 25 at the 2008 Barbados Gospelfest. The twenty-seven year old artiste has a history of chart-topping collaborations such as, ?World Changer ?, ?Ketch A Fire with Prodigal Son?, ?Careful […]

    April 20, 2008Entertainment, Music, NewsNo comments
  10. St. Kitts Electricity Department technicians visit geothermal site on Nevis

    A team from the St. Kitts Electricity Department visited Nevis this week to observe the ongoing operations up close at the West Indies Power Nevis Ltd. geothermal energy drill site at Spring Hill. Head of the team Mr. Bertille Browne Superintendent of Transmission and Distribution on St. Kitts, told the Department of Information that the […]

    April 20, 2008News, Technology1 comment

    Culture reggae star Richie Spice’s commentary on a social crisis affecting Caribbean immigrants during air travel to the States is getting worldwide attention in the video for his new single, “The Plane Land.” The hit tune is the first single from his upcoming album, Gideon Boot, set for a May 13th release on VP Records/Fifth […]

    April 20, 2008Entertainment, Music, NewsNo comments
  12. Sign of the Times: A Decade towards Digital Art – 5th to 30th May 2008 at QPG

    5th to 30th May 2008 at the Queens Park Gallery, Queens Park, St Michael from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Mondays thru Saturdays Curated by Nerys Rudder Tel: Queens Park Gallery – 427-2345 Tel: National Art Gallery Committee ? 228-7523

    April 20, 2008Arts, GalleriesNo comments
  13. Australian Balladeer songs – Roger Pearson’s compositions

    Once again, you can justify how there is a Bajan everywhere you go, from Down Under there are some lovely songs in cyberspace, I got this quick note from a local pal I have not heard in months who is rather impressed about a fellow who did these two tunes – “THESE ARE A COUPLE […]

    April 20, 2008Featured, Music, NewsNo comments

    The Digicel Kick Start Clinic?s Journey of Champions ended on Saturday, 12 April, when the eight Caribbean boys, selected by International footballer John Barnes, completed their one week?s training in the UK at Sunderland AFC?s Academy of Light. Six of the eight Digicel footballers, Leston Paul (Trinidad), Emilio Limon (Suriname), Gerard Williams (St. Kitts), Andrew […]

    April 20, 2008Football, Sports1 comment
  15. David Pilgrim is out of hibernation – UPCOMING DP SHOWS W/SOULFOLK EXPERIENCE

    It has been November last year since we last heard from David Pilgrim, now he’s broken his silence to clue in Bajan Reporter‘s crew as to what’s new – THE SOULFOLK EXPERIENCE, has a good few shows coming up over the coming weeks, starting today, Friday. With that in mind, I wanted you to make […]

    April 20, 2008Entertainment, Music, NewsNo comments
  16. Magnum Showdown Looms: only two will come out victors at the grand finale of the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition

    It’s down to the final four and the phenomenal popularity of Magnum Kings and Queens of dancehall has justified the decision of the producers and sponsors to bring authentic Jamaican music and talent to prime time television. The pulse of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall is beating in every alcove and crevice of Jamaica […]

    April 20, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  17. To The Left, to the left… Beyonce had a run-in with Jay-Z: first quarrel post wedding

    Beyonce – Irreplaceable lyrics After their secret wedding in New York on 4th of April, Beyonce and Jay-Z had their first squabble as man and wife. It seems as though they had a fall out during the Hollywood Bowl’s gig in Los Angeles this week, when Jay-Z told to the deejay to stop playing her […]

    April 19, 2008Entertainment, News, PoliticalNo comments
  18. Juliana Inniss Exhibition “Baptism by Fire”; Zemicon Gallery April 20th – May 9th

    EXHIBITION at Zemicon Gallery April 20th – May 9th 2008 Opening Night: Sunday April 20th 6-8pm Artist Afternoon: Sunday April 27th 4-6pm Webpage: Email: Tel: (246) 428-1449 , (246) 231-0335 Studio: Painted Earth Studio, #4 South Point View, Enterprise, Christ Church BB17127, Barbados W.I.

    April 18, 2008Arts, GalleriesNo comments

    OTHER WAYS TO HELP: SHOW YOUR SUPPORT: Please print and display the attachment in your local businesses. GREAT NEWS!!!: All 6 dogs displayed in March?s appeal have been re-homed. The Hope Sanctuary: 266 0986

    April 18, 2008Books, Nature, NewsNo comments

    Author D.L.Sparks of Atlanta, will be among several speakers at the Girl’s Summit at Hutchinson Elementary School, May 9th in Atlanta, Georgia. After dealing with the blow of her best friend, MONICA RENEE BOWIE, being abducted in July of 2007, D.L. is more passionate than ever about raising awareness in young girls and helping them […]

    April 18, 2008Books, CultureNo comments
  21. Barbadian Polo Finale – Women Whip Men Massively: Holders Happening and Jazzy Jingle, Pt 4

    I saw the polo finale of the Battle Of The Sexes and for us guys it was a sorrowful display, the ladies lashed us left, right, centre, up and down… Five to three, you ramgoat! I was the only man brave enough to actually dare support the men, boy, did I get cuss! While barely […]

    April 16, 2008Featured, Polo, SportsNo comments
  22. 2 Legit 2 Quit – Rappers who wrapped up their hip hop act and did a flip flop into another Act

    MC Hammer has been through a lot – successful rapper with a fast-food endorsement to broke to a born-again reverend and now running a dance version of YouTube… Then Will Smith! Sometimes you wonder if he recalls being a rapper, from Fresh Prince on vinyl to Fresh Prince on the channel then Hollywood here I […]

    April 16, 2008Crime, Culture, Entertainment, Featured2 comments
  23. Nevisian Admin pleased with exploratory works for renewable energy and water

    Exploratory works on Nevis which involved drilling for renewable energy and water, have progressed satisfactorily. Word came from Junior Minister with responsibility for Works Public Utilities, Natural Resources and the Environment in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Carlisle Powell in a statement during a sitting of the Nevis Island Assembly on April 15, 2008. […]

    April 16, 2008News, TechnologyNo comments
  24. Bajan Singer makes finals of online contest – David Kirton needs your vote!

    Voting for Round 1 of the 2008 Zig-Zag Live Band Competition is officially underway. It’s been narrowed down down to nine worthy finalists from a fleeting pool of musicians, spanning various genres. This year’s remaining candidates comprise an eclectic mix of talent, like Tucson-based rockers Mostly Bears?an experimental prog-rock group that won “Best New Band” […]

    April 15, 2008Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  25. Sengbe Pieh not Cinquez – What else Barbadians learned on board the Amistad

    Luckily, I do not suffer from motion sickness – otherwise my visit to the Amistad may have been all too brief! It was time well spent examining and experiencing a replica of very significant history that may never pass our Barbadian shores again – In 1839, slaves aboard a ship called the Amistad revolted to […]

    April 15, 2008Crime, Culture, Featured, NewsNo comments