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Sheryl shines

Sheryl shines

There was no questioning Sheryl Forde’s win last Sunday night at the Frederick Smith Secondary School auditorium. At the end of the 36th staging of the Miss Holetown Queen of the Festival contest, the 20-year-old emerged victorious, outshining the other five contestants to claim the coveted crown. Sheryl was a clear crowd favourite based of […]

Mr & Miss QC

Mr & Miss QC

It was a journey through cosmos last Saturday, as Queen’s College hosted its annual pageant. When the 11 contestants finally landed on earth and the…

Oh what a night!

Oh what a night!

Last Saturday night at the Sea Rocks Dome it was all about ‘Inspire, Infuse and Ignite’ as members of Do Good Music, otherwise known as…

Steel pan with a difference

Steel pan with a difference

Steel pan music in the Caribbean is normally associated with pulsating soca music, large complicated arrangements during Carnival, and the general rhythm and tempo songs…

Rayvon still cutting the hits

Rayvon still cutting the hits

He is affectionately referred to as the “ambassador of hip-hop reggae”. And with two new singles under his belt, international recording artiste Rayvon has come…





Bigger and better

Bigger and better

Following a successful Crop Over 2017, the island’s main cultural festival is in for some major changes this…

Students awarded for performances

Students awarded for performances

The three students who came out on top in the Anderson Griffith Memorial Competition two months ago received…

Breaking the poverty cycle

Breaking the poverty cycle

Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steven Blackett has reaffirmed his commitment to tackling extreme…

First time’s the charm

First time’s the charm

Caterer and professional ‘foodie’, Kimberley Bourne emerged the winner of the inaugural Girl Power Mixology Competition. The island’s first…

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