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Ramon breathes life into antiques

Vintage piece, antique, family heirloom –– whatever you want to call it! Some household items –– especially furniture –– often outstrip their monetary worth with their sentimental value. The rocking chair that has rocked three generations of a family to sleep as babies; the chaise lounge Granny used to relax in after a satisfying lunch. We […]

Happy jazz until they die

Happy jazz until they die

On a scorching Sunday afternoon –– when residents and tourists alike had flocked to the beach seeking some reprieve –– pianist Mike Krimholtz would lead a septet of musicians, turning up the heat another notch. On stage, at beachside restaurant Lobster Alive in Bay Street, The City, Doctors On Call And The Crustaceans belted out tune after tune of happy jazz. […]

Bajan duo are Junior top chefs

Bajan duo are Junior top chefs

Barbados walked away with the Caribbean Junior Duelling Challenge Trophy and an all-expenses-paid trip to Lincoln Culinary Institute in Puerto Rico, after winning this year’s round of the competition last weekend. Following three days of cooking and competing with teams from seven other islands at The Dining Club in Newton Industrial Park, Christ Church, D’sean Miller […]

A gift for Deacons Primary

When Deacons Primary School students return to the classroom on September 7, they will find a new building on the compound. A spanking new library has been constructed by a private contractor hired by the Urban Development Commission (UDC), as part of the commission’s outreach programme for its 18th anniversary celebrations. Deputy chairperson of the UDC’s […]

Medals,warrants climax BDF jubilee

Medals,warrants climax BDF jubilee

The Barbados Defence Force concluded celebrations in observance of its 36th anniversary with a parade and awards ceremony at its Paragon, Christ Church base on Saturday. Troops paraded and performed a march-past for and salute to Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, who then awarded Services Medals Of Honour and warrants of appointment to officers, before joining […]

Sargassum: the queries answered

Sargassum: the queries answered

As children we are told stories of old that over time have become legendary tales of monsters, dragons, pain and misery, usually ending with the words “and to this day no one really knows what happened” –– and thus the myth is born. But we don’t often expect those stories to come full circle manifesting […]

Youth in special day march

Youth in special day march

 As part of efforts to mark International Youth Day, the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) staged a parade at the National Stadium this morning. This year’s event was held under the theme Youth Civic Engagement. In delivering brief remarks, CPDC chairman Rodney Grant said one of the main objective was to ensure the majority of […]

A love of God and good food

Aldora Odessa Yearwood’s love for God and food may be attributed to her long life. Yearwood celebrated her 100th birthday last Saturday, surrounded by family friends and loved ones, and before Acting Governor General Sir Philip Greaves. Her first daughter Eugenia Eden described her as one who loved the Lord. “She is very loving and […]

100 years of loving the Lord

Loving the Lord is Ina Eleanor Ifill’s secret to long life. Ifill, Barbados’ latest centenarian, celebrated her birthday today with family, friends and loved ones, and in the company of Acting Governor General Sir Phillip Greaves, at her Queen’s Street, Speightstown, St Peter home. Her niece Charleen Cozier-Heard described her as very fun-loving, and one […]

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