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It’s all propaganda, Denny says

It’s all propaganda, Denny says

Local Pan-Africanist and political activist, David Denny, was recently awarded one of the leading awards of North Korea, the National Award of Friendship, after spending ten days in that Far Eastern country. Denny told Barbados TODAY that he was invited by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, having established a relationship with that country as […]

We could lessen the toll of hurricanes – but we don’t

We could lessen the toll of hurricanes – but we don’t

As I write this, Hurricane Irma has flattened the Caribbean islands, killed at least 10 people and is barrelling towards south Florida. My father and his partner, who live in an evacuation zone just north of Miami, have been weighing their options: the relative’s house inland where they had been planning to go is now […]

Almost total devastation

Almost total devastation

The scene of sheer destruction and the scale of the human catastrophe left by Hurricane Irma in Barbuda is nothing less than surreal and its likes, from all accounts, have long been absent from living memory. Any onlooker would easily believe that there are no more habitable dwellings on the Antigua sister isle following Tuesday […]

High marks for Barbados

High marks for Barbados

Barbados has been recognized as one of two CARICOM countries that have made the most strides towards making education accessible to its disabled population, according to recent UNESCO studies. This revelation came from advocate for the disabled, Felicia Gaskin, who represented Guyana at simulated heads of government conference, held at the Hilton Barbados Resort on […]

Start-of-term blessings for students

Start-of-term blessings for students

Students who were at the Lester Vaughan Secondary School last Saturday night, were showered with blessings for the new school term, compliments of the Blasting the Heavens with Praise Programme organized by Hannah’s Mission and Youth For Christ Barbados. The back-to-school extravaganza was aimed at helping the primary and secondary students in attendance to start […]

Meet the Miss Universe Barbados 2017 entrants

Meet the Miss Universe Barbados 2017 entrants

On September 16, the new Miss Universe Barbados 2017 will be crowned from a bevy of 10 beautiful ladies. The contestants are all ready to take on the world and they have been sharing some details about themselves and why they want to represent their country.

Making a splash for art

Making a splash for art

Shane Eastmond is one of the masterminds behind the ever-growing art event, Splash. He recently held his first exhibition at Drift Beach Hotel, where he shared with Bajan Vibes who he was and his intentions to take art to the next level. The 24 year-old artist has always been into art and his decision to […]

Totally committed to the arts

Totally committed to the arts

Du-Wayne Hinds always knew that he wanted to be an artiste. The 21 year old defines himself as a creative mind and it is seen in the many art forms – music, dance, theatre, photography and graphics – which he skillfully uses to express himself. In a candid interview with Bajan Vibes, Hinds said his […]

Playing ‘mas in New York

Playing ‘mas in New York

For at least the third consecutive year, revellers, masquerades and millions of spectators converged in picture-perfect weather on Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway on Labour Day for the 50th annual celebration of the West Indian American Day Carnival Parade. With temperatures at a high of 84 degrees Monday, the sight, sounds, pageantry, artistry and everything else West […]