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Reggae cum soca and dancehall

Reggae cum soca and dancehall

Reggae On The Beach or Dancehall On The Beach? Maybe, it’s time the promoters of the Digicel Barbados Reggae On The Beach consider a name change for the highly popular event during the annual Reggae Festival. And the question from one of the featured acts, Jamaican dancehall artiste Dexta Daps, as to why he was […]

Keeping safe dead daughter’s child Skye

Keeping safe dead daughter’s child Skye

Not a single day goes by that Lorraine Lovell does not think about her daughter Krystal Lovell, who was allegedly stabbed to death by an ex-boyfriend just over two years ago. Sometimes it is difficult to hold back the tears when she looks into the eyes of Krystal’s beautiful four-year-old daughter Skye, who sadly witnessed […]

Shaggy wows ’em at CHUM FM concert

Shaggy wows ’em at CHUM FM concert

He was “Boombastic!” It could also have been said of the 31st staging of the CHUM FM Breakfast In Barbados Concert, held last evening on the lawns of Holders House. Decked in a navy blue dress shirt, grey T-shirt, faded denim jeans and black sunglasses, Jamaican reggae artist Shaggy graced the stage for an hour-and-a-half-long […]

Cricket gear for Corey’s old school Boscobel

Cricket gear for Corey’s old school Boscobel

The Barbados TODAY’S Touch Programme this morning, with former West Indies and Barbados cricketer Corey Collymore, headed to Boscobel Primary, where the player presented cricket gear to the school. Collymore, a former Boscobel Primary student, said he was honoured to be able to give back something to his alma mater. “I think it’s always good […]

Dame Billie: lawyer, MP, women’s mentor

Dame Billie: lawyer, MP, women’s mentor

Dame Billie Antoinette Miller has had very successful careers in law and politics; but she will be the first to tell you she chose neither of those paths. Rather, they chose her. “My father thought that law would be a good profession for me. If I had my own choice, I would have chosen social […]

Flying high with these Bajan stars

Flying high with these Bajan stars

Terry Mexican Arthur is spreading joy in Barbados in his own way. The Square One musician has partnered with master kite-maker Huevonne Jah Wolf Franklin to honour a few local celebrities in a unique Bajan manner. They have laid out a collection of kites for signing, one each for the West Indies men’s and women’s […]

Blind Orsmin –– with great massage hands

Blind Orsmin –– with great massage hands

People often watch a visually impaired Orsmin Edwards catching the bus on her own, going about her business, and wonder how she does it. Then there are those who marvel at how she moves her hands about the body, as she gives a client a massage. “Blindness does not mean that life ends. Because you cannot […]

BT and friends touch Crab Hill family

BT and friends touch Crab Hill family

The Barbados TODAY Touch Programme was taken yesterday to St Lucy where four Crab Hill children, Kellisha, Ellisha, Kelliston and Elliston Greaves, were the recipients of four boxes of treats, compliments of the staff at Going Places Travel and Amaze Inc. The Selah Primary School students have been in the permanent care of their grandmother Althea Hinds […]

Special treat

Special treat

Members of the disabled community set up shop in the heart of The City today in a move to showcase their talents and skills and increase public awareness of goods and services they produce. Muffin and salt fish, sweet bread, fish cakes, jams, pastries, clocks, mops, cushions and jewelry, all made by disabled individuals, were […]

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