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  1. Dreamworks has plans underway to retell story of Tuskegee Airmen: Descendants visited Barbados

    Will Smith appeared in a film on the six degrees of separation in that there are only six other folks leading to the connection of another person all over the world. SF author Theodore Sturgeon years ago looked at how a butterfly flapping on the Wall of China could lead to a number of events […]

    March 29, 2009Entertainment, Featured, News1 comment
  2. JAH CURE SHOOTS VIDEO FOR NEW HIT SINGLE, “CALL ON ME”

    Reggae star Jah Cure is on the brink of releasing his highly anticipated album, The Universal Cure (SoBe/DangerZone), and is back with a new hit single that’s heating up airwaves across the Caribbean, and beyond. “Call On Me,” a romantic duet recorded with SoBe labelmate, R&B/Pop singer Phyllisia, is already topping reggae playlists worldwide. Now […]

    March 29, 2009Entertainment, Music1 comment
  3. ESPN2 Caribbean Highlights: March 29th to April 2nd

    Sunday, 3/29 2:00pm NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Elite 8 – Live ** 4:30pm NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Elite 8 – Live ** 7:30pm NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament: Purdue vs Rutgers – Live** 10:00pm NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament: Pittsburgh vs Oklahoma – Live** Monday, 3/30 6:00am Mike and Mike in the Morning – Live 10:00am ESPN […]

    March 28, 2009Cinema, SportsNo comments
  4. How Israelis & Islamists dehumanize each other: Psychologists examine state of mind that leads to heinous actions like those reported in Gaza

    Two Israeli newspapers published disturbing accounts this week about misconduct by Israeli soldiers during this country’s January offensive in Gaza ? and one statement stood out from the rest. This particular utterance did not describe a heinous incident or act but instead conveyed an over-riding state of mind, one that enabled at least some Israeli […]

    March 28, 2009Controversy, NewsNo comments
  5. Nevisians to benefit from superior and cost effective medical care in Cuba

    Nevisians will soon benefit from superior and cost effective medical care thanks to an agreement signed between St. Kitts and Nevis and Cuba on March 20, 2009 between the Cuban Government and that federation. Minister of Health and Social Development on Nevis Hon. Hensley Daniel, revealed this recently to the Department of Information. He said […]

    March 28, 2009Featured, Health, News, TechnologyNo comments
  6. GRENADIAN MAN AND VINCENTIAN WOMAN TO BOWL FOR US$100,000 AT 4TH DIGICEL ODI IN BARBADOS

    Digicel just announced the winners of an all-expenses paid trip to the 4th Digicel ODI in Barbados, as part of the Digicel US$100,000 Bowl competition. The lucky winners, who beat thousands of entrants to the competition, will fly to Barbados, along with a friend or family member, on Saturday, March 28th. They will stay in […]

    March 28, 2009Cricket, SportsNo comments
  7. Barbados Open 2009 at Clifton: Vieuve Clicquot corked by Mercedes Benz, Bros-In-Arms became Bros-At-Arms

    Clifton easily has the potential to beat Holders as the Mekka for Chukkas in Barbados… There’s great camaraderie before and after the games, all types of Barbadians congregate for excitement on the field and sweet partying thereafter…The music is a deejay’s wonderland – Latin/Salsa, old calypso & dub, a smidgen of alternative rock with a […]

    March 27, 2009Polo, SportsNo comments
  8. True Martial Arts Spirit, pass it on – http://bajanfights.webs.com

    Disney moment, Bruce Lee style?

    March 27, 2009Martial ArtsNo comments
  9. 5th Annual Dennis Ziadie Cup Football Match: St. George?s vs Jamaica College at Central Broward Regional Park – April 18th, 2009

    The 5th Annual soccer match between the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida and the St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida for the Dennis Ziadie Trophy, will take place on Saturday April 18th, 2009 at the Central Broward Regional Park, in Lauderhill, Florida. Last year?s match drew over 800 spectators and supporters […]

    March 27, 2009Football, SportsNo comments
  10. Money isn’t everything – Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary is not looking at near future but generations ahead, will RAMSAR wetland become another B’town?

    Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary officials were pleased to read in the Nation that the Government of Barbados has apparently assigned a Bds. $1 million budget estimate for Graeme Hall. ?We have not seen a formal proposal from government in regard to how these funds will be used, but look forward to giving the proposal our […]

    March 26, 2009Controversy, News2 comments
  11. BVI’s World Poetry Day Competition – The winners of the poetry competition are…

    BVI’s Callaloo Poets, in conjunction with their local UNESCO office, revealed the winners of the World Poetry Day competition. The competition, which was opened to students aged 5 ? 16 to write a poem under the theme ?How Can I Make the Community a Better Place,? received 19 entries. Three poems were submitted by students […]

    March 26, 2009Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  12. BATTLE OF THE SEXES POLO TOUR 2009 – TESTOSTERONE VS. OESTROGEN

    IT’S THE CALL TO BATTLE AGAIN! THE DIAMONDS INTERNATIONAL/BVLGARI BATTLE OF THE SEXES POLO TOUR Diamonds International/BVLGARI (LADIES) w/Monique Archer, Angelique Bjerkhamn, Vicki Gonzalez & Lucy Taylor Vs. The DIGICEL (MEN) [Yay, whoop-whoot!] Sunday March 29 (Lion Castle) Tuesday March 31 (Holders) Thursday April 2 (Lion Castle) Sunday April 5 (Finals at Holders) COME AND […]

    March 26, 2009Polo, SportsNo comments
  13. Speightstown Exhibition at The Town Square for every weekend, Interested? {SHAMELESS PLUG}

    The Town Square in Speightstown is currently developing an art exhibition which will be held every Saturday for the purpose of promoting both established and up and coming artists.It is suggested you bring an easel and paint on the premises as this is always a big attraction for the general public. We feel confident that […]

    March 26, 2009Arts, Painting1 comment
  14. VOTE FOR YOUR DIGICEL MAN OF THE SERIES

    Following the West Indies? win over England in the 2nd Digicel ODI in Providence, Guyana, and the leveling of the Digicel series to 1-1, Digicel is encouraging West Indian cricket fans across the region to vote for their Digicel Man of the Series. Two lucky customers will be randomly selected to each win the latest […]

    March 26, 2009Cricket, SportsNo comments
  15. “Have no mouth?” Feel good instantly ? screaming and other stress relievers from Dr Dawn Maddalone

    Screaming is an instant tension remover. Walk in freezers, or out of the way storage rooms are safe places to scream your brains out and curse the world without doing any harm. I first observed this time honored behavior while waitressing myself through school; I caught people exiting the freezer with a sly smile and […]

    March 26, 2009Health, NewsNo comments
  16. Mango’s Music Dinner Club with Andre Woodvine this weekend: March 28, 2009 {SHAMELESS PLUG}

    For a night on the town head north to Speightstown A dining experience to savour and enjoy Mango?s Music Dinner Club Featuring the melodious sounds of Cousin Alice, Andre Woodvine and Roger Gittens and a delectable meal by candlelight. For Reservations, please CALL: 422?0704 or EMAIL info@mangosbythesea.com and book your table Located: West End #2 […]

    March 25, 2009Entertainment, MusicNo comments
  17. Objections to Pichon: Another perspective on Carl Moore’s view of Castro’s Cuba

    Dear Editor, I was quite surprised at the description Professor Carl Moore gave to readers of the NATION Newspaper of Cuban society under Castro, for it is at odds with everything I have learned about Cuba in my 36 years on the Earth – granted – I was not born there, and never visited the […]

    March 25, 2009Books, Controversy, Featured2 comments
  18. Hot Rod – Now & Forever: Definitely! Audio/Video Anthology scratches at tip of iceberg of coolness…

    Sailing from Rod Stewart reminded me of when my mum was in the USA temporarily while I was learning to adjust to school in the tropics when Barbados seemed roasting hot to me; Young Turks makes me think of when I started going to places like Best Little Warehouse in Barbados on Cavans Lane (later […]

    March 23, 2009Music, ReviewNo comments
  19. Education essential for natural resource protection, Iceland Geothermal Expert tells Nevisians

    A geothermal expert is of the view that the government of Nevis and the island?s only electricity provider the Nevis Electricity Company (NEVLEC) should have adequate education about geothermal energy to protect its promising natural resource. In a recent interview with the Department of Information, Mechanical Engineer, Geophysicist and Geothermal Specialist from the National Energy […]

    March 23, 2009News, TechnologyNo comments
  20. I MADE YOU LOOK – EYEZONFASHION MAKES BOLD STATEMENT WITH SPRING FASHION

    After giving the fashion world a case of d?j? vu with their theatrical Fall 2008 show, Brooklyn-based model management firm EyezonFashion gets even bolder with the I Made You Look Spring Fashion 2009 runway show. Featuring both well established and up and coming designers from New York’s multi-ethnic communities, I Made You Look promises to […]

    March 23, 2009Fashion1 comment
  21. “Pantomime” Author seeks to be first Caribbean National to be Oxford’s Professor of Poetry: Up against first female candidate

    My Aunt Diana is October-born like myself and so very into literary matters, she composes poetry and the like… She did not know that “Pantomime” is on here, in fact – tonight Sunday is the last Adult performance, and Monday’s matinee show for students at 1:00 pm is the absolute last call at Frank Collymore […]

    March 22, 2009Arts, Featured, NewsNo comments
  22. “Every island is different – every island is the same;” A collaborative Art Show on at Zemicon Gallery, B’town – March 15th to 31st 2009

    “Every Island is Different: Every Island is the Same” {On until March 31st} is presented as a collaboration between Caroline Sardine, or Bops (as she prefers), and Philip Nanton. Though born into the tiny white minority of St. Vincent, Bops spent her early childhood blissfully unaware of social hierarchies and racial difference. The world was […]

    March 22, 2009Arts, GalleriesNo comments
  23. Prickly Bay Waterside Welcomes its “First Owner to Home”

    Prickly Bay Waterside with its recent Grand Launch of phase one is now welcoming its first owner to his home. Mr. Nick Kingsman has moved into his brand new luxurious five bedroom lawn home in February 2009. Mr. Nick Kingsman currently lives in Canterbury, England. He is married with three children and is the owner […]

    March 22, 2009News, TravelNo comments
  24. Souse House – Bay Street restaurant offers new delicacy from old-time treat! Great service and better pricing!

    Tired of roti? Saturday, I couldn’t get a park by Indian Grill and it led to me travelling down the road… When was the last time six dollars of Pudding & Souse fill you? Then you haven’t visited the Souse House on Bay Street (11AM to 3PM each Saturday), if you’re moving from Bridgetown towards […]

    March 22, 2009Agriculture, Editorial, Editorial, Featured1 comment
  25. What’s on your bookshelf #2? Some Caribbean magazines with Barbadian angles…

    PATIENCE – Rx FOR ANY Dr’S WAITING ROOM Nothing beats a magazine for portability, instruction and fascination when placed at crucial situations where time may be of the essence, just not yet… Say – Applicant #4 for Sweet Cushy Job (U don’t know if you qualify but you have an aggressive yet comprehensive and contemporary […]

    March 20, 2009Books, Featured, ReviewNo comments