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Tag Archives: blogging

  1. When Founders Leave Their Companies

    In an article published in 2013, author and blogger Mark Manson pointed out the importance of passion in whatever you do. This is especially true for the founders of startups – they have to be passionate enough about their vision of changing the world to work through being hungry, overworked, underslept, and broke for years […]

    June 12, 2019Breaking News, TechnologyNo comments
  2. BajanReporter.com goes where other media fear to tread…

    Learn more about Barbados’ 1st Online Newspaper! Made with http://biteable.com

    February 27, 2017Education, Video GalleryNo comments
  3. SKN Named One of the Top Emerging Travel Hotspots for 2015

    In a recent article published by Huffington Post, St. Kitts and Nevis was named one of the top emerging travel hotspots for 2015; the only Caribbean island on the list. According to the online publication, it is “both the original and the newcomer in the Caribbean.” It further stated that “St. Kitts and Nevis was […]

    January 7, 2015TravelNo comments
  4. ArtsEtc Barbados sponsors prize in poet’s name: Authors & Editors join forces with NCF to give tribute

    ArtsEtc recently announced its sponsorship of the inaugural Carolle Bourne Prize – a new award for the 2014 National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA), and one that specifically targets innovation. We are truly honoured to be doing something in Carolle’s name and excited to be teaming up with US-based Bajan suspense writer Ronald A. […]

    September 5, 2014Books, FeaturedNo comments
  5. An Insight into the Economy of Barbados from WHO? “Fledgling Middleclass et al to Pay Municipal Solid Waste Tax…”

    The government of Barbados has delivered on a promise to implement the municipal solid waste tax on an already overtaxed Barbadian. The tax is introduced in the Municipal Solid Waste Tax Bill, 2014 as, “There shall be charged, levied and collected on the site value of improved lands“. There has been a lot of discussion […]

    June 28, 2014Political, ReviewNo comments
  6. R.I.P Simon Foster (1945 to 2013): Barbadian Fashion Icon – Tributes Via Rosemary Parkinson & Patrick Foster

    Guyanese born Simon Foster left the glory of the fashion industry of London to settle in Barbados. It was difficult at first, the conservative mood rampant, but Simon struggled on slowly taking the island by storm with his innovative designs, his colour, his artistry. In earlier times I managed to put together the first Simon […]

    July 17, 2013Events, Fashion12 comments
  7. 2012 deadliest year for journalists – Violence and repressive laws take heavy toll on press freedom

    This year of continuing change in the world of news media has also been marked by an appalling and disturbing truth: an unprecedented 132 journalists were killed in the line of duty or as a consequence of their reporting in 2012. This year’s figure is the highest since the International Press Institute (IPI) started systematically […]

    January 1, 2013Political, TravelNo comments
  8. Trinidad’s Heather Headley stars in “The Bodyguard,” opening in London

    Trinidadian-born, Grammy-award winner Heather Headley returns to the stage this week in the role of a lifetime. Over in Ye Merrie England, Heather will begin a run as Rachel Marron, the role made famous by Whitney Houston twenty years ago in The Bodyguard. The film has been recreated as a musical and is scheduled to […]

    November 10, 2012Music, Travel1 comment
  9. Digital Media: The Changing Face of Journalism in the Caribbean

    The video embedded here includes highlights from the U.S. Embassy of Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean’s multi-media panel discussion on the topic “Digital Media: The Changing Face of Journalism in the Caribbean,” on Tuesday 15 May, 2012. The panel includes veteran journalist and editor of Barbados Today’s online newspaper Roy Morris, Kenton X. Chance a […]

    May 22, 2012Technology, Video GalleryNo comments