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Tavern with everything on the Bay

Tavern with everything on the Bay

No one is quite sure why Thursday is D-Day at the Bay Tavern in Martin’s Bay. Especially since it’s the kind of location you only find if you know exactly where you are going. But, after navigating precarious hairpin bends and more potholes than roads, the reward upon arrival makes the journey more than worth it. Right […]

Debt relief the topic at CDB talks

At the start of the 45th Meeting Of The Board Of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) in Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis, yesterday, president Dr Warren Smith warned that solutions to the region’s debt crisis must be found without delay. Repeating an appeal he made at the 43rd annual meeting in St Lucia […]

A new vision for the old Empire

I have heard talk of future renovations of the old Empire Theatre, but this is my take on the potential of this World Heritage Site. The Empire Theatre is one of the architectural gems of Bridgetown, Barbados, as well as a fond memory to many. Trips to this cinema always seemed to have been eventful […]

In full bloom

In full bloom

Once again, the highly selective and notoriously hard to please judges at the Chelsea Flower Show have bestowed a gold medal on the ever-creative and industrious team of the Barbados Horticultural Society (BHS). And, quite incredibly, this was gold medal No. 17 for Barbados in 28 consecutive and highly commendable appearances at the show. When […]

Mother Nature battle on the Rock

Mother Nature battle on the Rock

It is one of the most iconic, if not most recognizable aspects of the Barbadian landscape. But these days Bathsheba beach is becoming known for a lot more than just its powerful sea surf; its Soup Bowl, which is a must-go-to spot for visiting international surfers and other enthusiasts; and its unique offshore boulder    […]

Best Of All Recruit Williams

Best Of All Recruit Williams

History was created at the Regional Police Training Centre yesterday when, for the first time in its 59-year history, one recruit walked away with all of the prizes at its passing-out parade. Police Constable 2127 Eleazar Williams, who holds a Bachelor’s in finance and banking from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, […]

Art as therapy for cancer

Art as therapy for cancer

Art has become very therapeutic for cancer patients, compliments of the Barbados Cancer Support Services. And this is the fourth year the society, in Belmont Road, St Michael, has put on its art exhibition at the end of a series of classes held at its headquarters. Adalia Agard, a senior member of the art class, […]

BT shares the love with mums

BT shares the love with mums

Mother’s Day is the annual occasion when mothers and motherhood are celebrated, and Barbados TODAY sought to share some love with a few special mums this year on Sunday, May 10. In conjunction with a few generous corporate companies, Barbados TODAY was able to bring a spot of joy to these lucky winners. We started […]

Sweet treats by a Bajan old hand

Sweet treats by a Bajan old hand

Her hobby is to make sweet treats and sell them. About ten years ago, Gloria Ruck, 71, started producing a range of flavourful condiments, fruit jams and wines after she retired from the medical sector. “I worked at the [Queen Elizabeth] Hospital for 30 years, and after I retired, I said, ‘I don’t want to sit […]

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