TRAILER: Between now and Hallowe’en 2008, what Bajan Reporter is up to?

A monstrosity of stories betwixt now and the 31st for this News Blog… Two films get under our microscope – the local religious production of “Hush” and abortion, as well as the Canadian/Trini experience of Inner City Toronto through Frances Anne Solomon’s “A Winter Tale,” and her explanation for some techniques while visiting the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination.

The News Blog also examines the Barbados Music Festival – sometimes at Mojo’s and other times at Surfer’s Cafe – we listen to UK’s slide-guitarist Martin Harley, TT Gospel-Metal group Lanyap and others… Some of it’s live and others are CD’s which were a free gift at Samud’s comedy special earlier in the year.

A ban on toy guns gets praise from CTUSAB while the Nat’l Organisation of Woman think kitchen knives are a major contributor to violent crimes and the declining state of behaviour in teens – what does Bajan Reporter think may be the real cause? Well, Doc, the answer may have you muttering “Despicable!

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