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  1. BARBADIAN MULTI-CULTURAL OBSERVATION OF LUNAR NEW YEAR VIA REIKI ASSOCIATION

    THE BARBADOS ASSOCIATION OF REIKI PRACTITIONERS WELCOME YOU TO JOIN THEM WITH BARBADOS? 1ST MULTI-CULTURAL CELEBRATION 2009 on SUNDAY 1st FEBRUARY CELEBRATING ? The Celtic Festival of Imbolc ? The Chinese/Tibetan/Iroquois New Year ? The Christian Festival of Candlemas ? The Jewish Festival of Tu Bi-Shevat ? The West-African Dagara Fire Ceremony! Time: 4.00 pm […]

    January 31, 2009Culture, NewsNo comments
  2. DIGICEL AND THE WICB BRING DIGICEL SERIES 2009 FREE TO CARIBBEAN RADIO

    Starting Wednesday February 4th, Digicel and the WICB will bring free live Cricket commentary of the Digicel Series 2009 where West Indies face England. Digicel and the WICB, through Barbados-based company, Line & Length Inc, – owned by former Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation sportscaster Barry Wilkinson – will be delivering the radio commentary free to the […]

    January 31, 2009Cricket, Sports, TechnologyNo comments
  3. CE’CILE STARTS 2009 WITH A BANG – With such a good start to 2009 fans of Ce’Cile can expect greater things in the coming months

    Danger Zone/Sobe Entertainment recording Artiste Ce’Cile has reaped more success coming off the well received launch of her latest album Waiting which has garnered wide acclaim; as one review puts it. “This is another album showing that Ce’Cile is a truly great female singjay and songstress…” ? Reggaevibes.com The artiste’s large volume of high quality […]

    January 31, 2009Entertainment, MusicNo comments
  4. Gaza tomorrow, BOLD next week ? Barbadian Update from Bob Verdun

    Sorry for the short notice, but if you are curious about the current situation in Gaza (and the Holy Land in general) you are welcome to attend a special session on Sunday, Feb. 1, at 7:00pm, at the Gospel Hall in Ellerton. At a recent Sunday service at this informal rural church, I delivered the […]

    January 31, 2009Featured, TravelNo comments
  5. KITTITIAN KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS GIVEN TOOLS FOR INCOMING STUDENTS

    Twenty-eight teachers were just given tools to invigorate their students and smooth the transition from preschool to primary school at a handing over ceremony. The transfer of materials was a follow-up to a Transition from Preschool to Primary School Workshop held April 28 to May 09, 2008. Mrs. Vanta Walters, Coordinator of Early Childhood Development, […]

    January 31, 2009NewsNo comments
  6. Barbados two much? Biggie Irie and Peter Ram In Trinidad’s International Groovy Soca Monarch Competition Semi-finals

    Pyramid Entertainment is pleased to announce that two members of its roster have been successful in reaching the semi final round of Trinidad’s illustrious International Groovy Soca Monarch competition. The annual competition was established in 2001 and was dominated by Trinidadians up until 2007 when Barbadian Biggie Irie claimed the title with his hit “Nah […]

    January 31, 2009Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  7. DIGICEL UNVEILS UPDATED INTERACTIVE WEBSITE IN TIME FOR COPA DE NACIONES DIGICEL

    Digicel has revamped their website keeping in mind football fans across the world. www.digicelfootball.com will keep football fans up to date with Digicel-sponsored football tournaments ? including all the latest news and scores from the Copa de Naciones Digicel, which is playing out in Honduras and concludes February 1st. The revamped website is the premier […]

    January 31, 2009Football, Sports, TechnologyNo comments
  8. VOICES: Barbados Writers’ Collective meeting “Of Jazz & Of Peace” – Friday, January 30, 2009 at 7.30 p.m. at Barbados Museum

    VOICES: Barbados Writers? Collective Of Jazz & Of Peace Barbados Museum & Historical Society The Garrison, St. Michael, Barbados? Friday, January 30, 2009? 7.30 p.m. Don’t give dat jazz; Dat is bare jazz, You looking very jazzy; Dat is a piece o’ jazz; You full o’ jazz; Is peace a piece of jazz? Rights to […]

    January 30, 2009Books, CultureNo comments
  9. DIGICEL SERIES 2009 ? MORE THAN A MATCH: Digicel bring the cricket experience for West Indies fans ?beyond the boundaries?

    For true cricket fans, Cricket goes beyond just a match. Cricket is an experience. West Indies cricket unites 15 Caribbean countries and has for years proven that together, the region can achieve greatness.? Next Wednesday, February 4, West Indians all around the world will rally around as the West Indies face England in four Digicel […]

    January 30, 2009Football, SportsNo comments
  10. 2009 FESTIVAL & EVENTS OF BARBADOS – SPORTS/CULTURE/MUSIC/ETC.

    Open House Program:?Starting in January,?every Wednesday through March 2009 Sponsored by the Barbados National Trust, this program provides entry into rich historic homes that reveal a range of lifestyles, architecture and historical features,? giving locals and island?visitors the opportunity to visit private properties that usually remain closed to the general public. Barbados?Horticultural Society Annual Flower […]

    January 30, 2009Editorial, NewsNo comments
  11. Meet The Artist – Martiniquan Jerome Radigois at Barbados’ Lancaster Great House Sat 31st 2009 [ATTN/NC-17: Sexual Graphicness]

    La Fondation?Alliance Francaise de Bridgetown?organises a “Meet the Artist” session with Jerome Radigois, French Sculptor from Martinique on Saturday January 31st?from 3pm?at Lancaster Great House, St James. The artist will talk about his sculptures which are displayed in?Lancaster Gardens, and give a short demonstration.?Light refreshments will be served -?All are invited. Some of Jerome’s work […]

    January 30, 2009Arts, Culture1 comment
  12. ESPN2 Caribbean Highlights: January 30th-February 5th

    Important Notes 2009 Australian Open Tennis: Semifinals & Finals Men’s NCAA College Basketball SportsCenter Friday Night Fights ? ? Friday, 1/30 1:00am????????? SportsCenter- Live 2:00am????????? SportsCenter- Live 6:00am????????? Mike and Mike in the Morning – Live 10:00am ESPN First Take – Live 12:00pm SportsCenter – Live 1:00pm????????? SportsCenter – Live 3:00pm????????? 2009 Australian Open: Men’s […]

    January 30, 2009Cinema, SportsNo comments
  13. SPICE ISLE MINISTER OF TOURISM IMPRESSED BY PRICKLY BAY WATERSIDE

    Grenada’s Tourism Minister Peter David has expressed his enthusiasm to the management and staff of the Prickly Bay Waterside property for creating what he calls “a true five star luxury development.” The Minister made the comments after he just toured the property.? He was met by Prickly Bay Waterside Director Peter “Champie” Evans, Sales and […]

    January 30, 2009TravelNo comments
  14. Pit Bull found by Globe Drive In – Resting at RSPCA: SHAMELESS PLUG/HOPE SANCTUARY

    Hi Everyone I found this beautiful, friendly pit bull up by the Drive In yesterday?evening. Alan Storey kindly kept her for me last night and I had to take?her to the RSPCA this morning. She is definitely someone’s dog as she is so?friendly. She had a license on her but when I phoned the number […]

    January 30, 2009Nature, NewsNo comments
  15. BYBT’s Executive Director sees Self Employment as way forward during Economic Crisis – Fashion Show at the UK High Commissioner of Barbados’ residence

    The current global economic crisis has opened paths for young people to come forward and seek to create their own niche markets for establishing their own companies. This summation came from Executive Director of the Barbados Youth Business Trust, Marcia Brandon, who was adressing a large gathering the other night at Ben Mar, the residence […]

    January 25, 2009Business, FashionNo comments
  16. Agriculture Minister Hector says Cotton generates important foreign exchange for Nevis

    The first crop of Sea Island Cotton after a five year lull, added EC $270,000 to the Nevis Treasury. Minister of Agriculture in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Robelto Hector said given the harsh economic times, the foreign exchange the crop generated was important to the island?s economy. ?The crop last year was a […]

    January 25, 2009BusinessNo comments
  17. Warning: PG-13 – language, sexual situations. Spoken Word fest in Bridgetown – Barbadian poet uses warning before reading: Excellent!

    If last night’s anniversary of Iron Sharpen Iron’s “Talk Hard” was a meal – then here is how I’d have to interpret it… APERITIF The men who had hated [the book], and had not particularly loved Helv?tius, flocked round him now. Voltaire forgave him all injuries, intentional or unintentional… How abominably unjust to persecute a […]

    January 25, 2009Culture, Entertainment, FeaturedNo comments
  18. DIGICEL UNVEILS UPDATED INTERACTIVE WEBSITE IN TIME FOR COPA DE NACIONES DIGICEL

    Digicel has launched a revamped website designed for football fans across the world.?This website will keep football fans up to date with Digicel-sponsored football tournaments ? including all the latest news and scores from the Copa de Naciones Digicel, which is taking place in Honduras from January 22nd to February 1st. The revamped website is […]

    January 25, 2009Sports, TechnologyNo comments
  19. THE HOPE SANCTUARY – URGENT ‘RE-HOMING’ APPEAL

     

    January 25, 2009Nature, NewsNo comments
  20. NICARAGUA STOLE VICTORY FROM EL SALVADOR IN OPENING MATCH OF THE COPA DE NACIONES DIGICEL

    Nicaragua stole a victory from El Salvador when they drew at the very last minute of the opening match of the Copa de Naciones Digicel 2009, with a 1-1 score. With this result, the ?Pinoleros? (Nicaragua?s nickname), has provided the first surprise of the tournament, particularly as the El Salvador National Team is one of […]

    January 24, 2009Football, SportsNo comments
  21. NITE RAVERS ENTERTAINMENT JAN 31 EVENT: SHAMELESS PLUG January 24, 2009Entertainment, MusicNo comments
  22. Nevis Agriculture Minister visits farmers – Hector pleased with food production

    A cross section of farmers on Nevis welcomed the attention they received recently from top agriculture officials there. The visit afforded them the opportunity to discuss challenges and successes specific to their areas. ? Minister with responsibility for Agriculture in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Robelto Hector, earlier that day led the team of […]

    January 24, 2009NewsNo comments
  23. C.O. Williams Construction working at Cox Hill, St. Philip & Glenburnie, St. John: EFFECTIVE MONDAY 26 JANUARY 2009

    The C.O. Williams Construction Road Works Teams are now working on?Cox Hill, St. Philip and at Glenburnie, St. John. At Cox Hill traffic has been reduced to single lane and at?Glenburnie?there is a detour through St. Margaret?s.? ? You are reminded that work continues on?Highway 5?from the Y junction at Lower Greys to the four […]

    January 24, 2009News, TravelNo comments
  24. Follow-Up on Barbadian Blogger’s New Year’s Resolution: Weight Loss and NISE calls!

    With the whole planet in an economic upheaval, it was just as well I banned KFC and Chefette, it has made me inventive on what I bring for lunch to work and now any outside eateries I may use are not necessarily limited but creative… I use Sheraton’s Food Court (Have to warn you, IV […]

    January 23, 2009Editorial, Featured, ReviewNo comments
  25. Winning the Copa de Naciones Digicel a Good Start to World Cup Camp: Costa Rica determined to Defend Title while Home Play Could Give Edge to Honduras

    As the Copa de Naciones Digicel gets underway on Thursday, January 22nd in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Honduras are the clear favorites to win the seven-team sub-regional championship that will qualify the last five teams for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Only three countries have ever won the Copa de Naciones de Digicel […]

    January 23, 2009Football, SportsNo comments