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  1. “Transitions” Exhibition in Holetown, St James from Feb. 5 to Mar. 4 – Barbadian Saxophone Star jams with Grenadian Artist/Drummer (Asher Mains’ STATEMENT)

    The Mews Restaurant is set to jump this Friday 5th February from half past four in the afternoon, this show runs up to March 4th. Grenadian Artist & Drummer Asher Mains will not only be displaying his vivid pictures at the popular Holetown eatery, he’ll be doing a slam-dunk jam with noted Bajan Saxophone virtuoso […]

    January 31, 2010Editorial, Featured, Galleries2 comments
  2. Bank Robbery In Barbados – Salary Gone: Who’s Liable?

    The title is an attention grabber and only refers to a hypothetical situation, what if you went to the bank to cash your wages (it’s a cheque and yes, some places still do that even in this day and age, rather than a simple direct deposit) but just as you put the money in your […]

    January 30, 2010Business2 comments
  3. BARBADIAN SOCA BAND – SPICE & CO “ALIVE AGAIN” 27/2/2010 GLOBE DRIVE-IN

     

    January 30, 2010Video GalleryNo comments
  4. Digicel employees organizing clothes and food drives, radiothons and concerts across the region

    Major progress has been made in restoring the Digicel network in Haiti. With more than twice the number of cell sites of its nearest competitor, over 92% of them are now fully operational and the company has significantly increased its international circuits to support the major increase in international traffic into and out of the […]

    January 30, 2010Nature, TechnologyNo comments
  5. A-Gallery Presents “TRANSITIONS” at the Mews Restaurant, Holetown, St James – Grenadian Artist Asher Mains’ work on show: 5th Feb to 4th Mar 2010

    ON FRONT PAGE AND INSIDE SIDEBAR, CLICK ON IMAGE FOR HIGHER RESOLUTION

    January 30, 2010Photo Gallery2 comments
  6. “Haiti: In Words & Image” Errol Barrow Centre of Creative Imagination – Film, Presentations 6th Feb. 2010 January 30, 2010Photo GalleryNo comments
  7. BRITISH HIGH COMMISION TO GO GREEN: LAUNCH OF RAIN WATER HARVESTING PROJECT AT UK HIGH COMMISSION RESIDENCE, BENMAR

    The British High Commission is ‘Going Green’ and one of the many initiatives being pursued is to reduce water consumption. One of the ways we are addressing this is to install a water harvesting project at the High Commissioners’ Residence at Ben Mar in Erdiston Hill. This project is being installed by a local company […]

    January 29, 2010News, Technology3 comments
  8. Hearing Aid Mission designed to draw attention to Nevis’ hearing impaired

    The Hearing Aid Mission mounted in St. Kitts and Nevis throughout this week by the Florida based Caribbean Foundation For Children Inc., was designed to draw attention to Nevis’ hearing impaired. The disclosure was made by the Foundation’s Nevis born Corporation Director Ms. Evelyn Henville on Wednesday, at a ceremony to mark the commencement of […]

    January 29, 2010Health, News, TechnologyNo comments
  9. Lesbian and Gay Haiti Fund Tops the List of Donors to American Red Cross

    Within days of the creation of the American Red Cross LGBT Haiti Relief Fund, a Red Cross representative stated the fund has already raised more money than many of the huge corporate donors. This was accomplished by significant outreach efforts to the LGBT community via donors and activists along with a massive email campaign to […]

    January 29, 2010Controversy, Nature1 comment
  10. DIGICEL DISTRIBUTES AID TO 4,000 PEOPLE IN PORT-AU-PRINCE

    Digicel just distributed vital supplies to nearly 4,000 Haitians camping in the garden of the Prime Minister’s office in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Over 650 families – with 270 children under the age of four – have been living in tents in the garden since the earthquake struck on January 12th. Supplies included T-shirts, powdered milk, oats, […]

    January 29, 2010Featured, Nature1 comment
  11. BREAKING NEWS – Promised Meeting with Graeme Hall Officials Fails to Materialise When Barbadian Government Officials Refuse to Respond

    An official at Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary confirmed that the Government of Barbados had again failed to set a publicly promised meeting regarding the future of the Sanctuary. According to a Voice of Barbados broadcast that included an interview with Environment Minister Denis Lowe, a meeting was to be scheduled at the end of November […]

    January 29, 2010Controversy, Crime, Featured, Nature2 comments
  12. US Major League Baseball Players Pledge $1 Million to Haiti Relief and Recovery Efforts

    Major League baseball players pledged their long-term support of relief and recovery efforts in Haiti by committing up to one million dollars from the Major League Baseball Players Trust. Beginning with immediate $100,000 contributions each to Esperanza International and Medicines for Humanity, over the next five years the Players Trust will provide grants totaling up […]

    January 29, 2010Nature, Sports2 comments
  13. South Africa triumphs by half-point at Apes Hill: Chukkas in Barbados is 2nd trip for Tshwene Polo Team

    This bout saw yours truly arriving at the conclusion of the warm-up match where Williams Industries won by 8 to 7, but I was on time for the main Event which was very keenly contested. Oliver Williams was the commentator for the matches and it was rather hilarious in an unexpected way… Backseat commentaries! He’d […]

    January 29, 2010Featured, Polo, Travel2 comments
  14. PYRAMID ENTERTAINMENT UPDATE: Peter Ram Is A “Puppet Master”

    Peter Ram certainly captured the element of Carnival revelry in this latest release Puppet Master. “When you see me in the middle of the band acting as if I’m a crazy man. You know I’m a puppet.” That is just how some of us feel as Carnival music takes over our bodies. We leave our […]

    January 28, 2010MusicNo comments
  15. 18th – 27th March 2010: HOLDERS SEASON (Barbados) 2010

    A boutique experience at one of the world’s most attractive ‘boutique’ festivals – seven exquisite and varied events in The Little Theatre, Holders .All of the variety associated with Wendy Kidd’s renowned Season of performances in the grounds of Holders House – jazz, blues and classical music, theatre and comedy to die for…. Thursday 18th […]

    January 28, 2010Culture, FeaturedNo comments
  16. Biggie Irie’s “Rubbing Up” rubs right way with Pyramid Entertainment’s guidance

    Since being honoured recently at this year’s Barbados Music Awards with a Cornerstone Award for his contribution to the Barbados music industry, Biggie Irie releases his latest contribution for Carnival 2010, Rub Up. The track written by Carlton Cordle and produced by Dwayne Antrobus is a groovy chipping tune that will cool the pace down […]

    January 28, 2010MusicNo comments
  17. Sicilian grows Dreadlocks – Performer Alborosie Tours for The First Time In USA January 28, 2010Video GalleryNo comments
  18. ALBOROSIE ANNOUNCES HIS WEST COAST TOUR IN SUPPORT OF HIS GREENSLEEVES ALBUM

    Looking to find a place he could call his spiritual home, Alborosie immersed himself fully into reggae, as well as the people and culture of Jamaica.

    January 28, 2010MusicNo comments
  19. HBO Latin America ramps up its Programming for 2010

    HBO LA announced its programming schedule for 2010, which includes premiers, new original productions and many surprises. Like in previous years, HBO LA will keep offering subscribers the best in entertainment as they continue their commitment to the development of the television industry in Latin America through their original productions. “HBO is the leader in […]

    January 26, 2010Cinema1 comment
  20. Smile Jamaica 2010 Called Off – Marley family celebrating Bob’s birthday and honouring legacy in private

    Ghetto Youth’s International, organizers of the annual Bob Marley concert Smile Jamaica, have announced that the 2010 staging of the celebration of the King of Reggae’s birth would have to be called off, due to numerous circumstances. Smile Jamaica spokesperson Norman Bryan, said yesterday that while the organisation was looking forward to staging the concert […]

    January 26, 2010MusicNo comments
  21. Haitian Orphanage Announces Expansion Plans in Wake of Recent Earthquakes

    Maison Fortune Orphanage, located near the city of Hinche in the central plateau region of Haiti, announced today plans for an expansion effort to better accommodate growing need after the recent devastating earthquakes.This planned expansion will increase capacity to support displaced children and will also provide employment opportunities for area citizens. The main goals of […]

    January 26, 2010Controversy, NatureNo comments
  22. Historical Victory for Denzil Douglas’ Labour in St Kitts & Nevis: FOUR-PEAT

    Tuesday has been declared a public holiday in Basseterre. As a result of the ruling St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) being returned to power in Monday’s general election with a slightly reduced majority in an election Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas described as one “of the most crucial” in the history of the twin island […]

    January 26, 2010Controversy, PoliticalNo comments
  23. Bajan Photographer Risee Chaderton’s view on Joscelyn Gardner’s installation in Bridgetown at the old public library February 2009

    “Joscelyn is a wonderful installation artist whose work I have had the privilege of photographing in the past and hope to photograph again in the future“

    January 26, 2010Photo Gallery1 comment
  24. VYBZ KARTEL CONDEMNS ALLEGED ATTACK ON GAZA KIM

    In response to allegations that Kim Hamilton, popularly known as Adidjahiem Records/Portmore Empire siren Gaza Kim, was physically assaulted over the weekend, Adidjahiem Records CEO Adidja ‘Vybz Kartel‘ Palmer issues the following statement: I, Adidja Palmer, condemn this alleged attack on Gaza Kim. And if these allegations are true, I urge her to contact the […]

    January 26, 2010Controversy, Crime, MusicNo comments
  25. DIGICEL AND SHAGGY COLLABORATE ON SONG TO RAISE FUNDS FOR HAITI

    Digicel just revealed details of its collaboration with international reggae artist, Shaggy, and renowned producer, Christopher Birch, to write and produce a song – Rise Again – to raise money for the Digicel Haiti Relief Fund. Rise Again is a Caribbean song, which was written and performed by Caribbean artists for the people of Haiti. […]

    January 25, 2010Health, Music, NatureNo comments