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Bajan colours everywhere!

Bajan colours everywhere!

The annual Caribbean Carnival Festival, themed this year Celebrate Our Caribbean Pride And Culture began on Thursday, August 28, climaxing with a parade on Labour Day, yesterday September 1. Blessed with beautiful weather, a larger than usual number of non-costume contingents representing a variety of institutions –– and independent individuals –– participated in the parade […]

Help for Mr Warrington

Help for Mr Warrington

  Hundreds of people packed into the New Dimension Ministries church hall on Barbarees Hill, St. Michael Friday night in support of the One Love Benefit Concert for emerging gospel artiste Nayan Warrington also known as Mr Warrington. Mr Warrington is in dire need of a kidney transplant, which is expected to cost more than […]

Community Independence celebrations launched

Community Independence celebrations launched

The 2014 Community Independence Celebrations have officially been launched. Hundreds of residents converged at Oistins Car Park yesterday evening for the event that was filled with colour, tradition and excitement and drew both locals and visitors. The party began earlier in the day with a colourful parade featuring the Parish Ambassadors and committees accompanied by a tuk […]

Billboard-bound soca?

Billboard-bound soca?

Peter “No-Stoppin” Coppin wants to see soca music reach Billboard! The high-energy, raw-power, ever-hyped veteran deejay has a deep love for soca music and intends to see it reach its highest height. “I love music. I love to see people out partying. Love to see people smiling. And we have a goal to see soca […]

After the fashion of swimwear

After the fashion of swimwear

Chenique Janine Jones is a young Barbadian designer who is interested in anything pertaining to fashion. At 22, Chenique believes her dreams have already started to come true. Being involved in fashion from early, it seemed that was the place for her to be –– even though at the time she did not know it. […]

Talented and grateful Kirk

Talented and grateful Kirk

Every morning from five to ten he is live on the edge and hyping up the airwaves. But there is more than meets the eye –– or ear –– to the jack of all trades that is deejay Kirk Browne. He is a radio personality, club deejay, singer, producer and entrepreneur. And these are just […]

Epic weekend

Epic weekend

Story and pictures by Christoff Griffith This years’ annual AnimeKon Expo was totally epic. And the hundreds of gamers and cosplayers who filled the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre last Saturday and Sunday would be first to state this as fact. Lovers of pop culture came out in their numbers to support their various “fandoms”, and […]

‘Not buying it!’

Crop Over 2014 has ended with a clear sign that organizers want changes; but a major move concerning the Revellers’ Truck is causing speculation and surprises that could lead to controversy. Among changes announced was one by National Cultural Foundation CEO Cranston Browne regarding steps taken to curb a troubled and violence-prone section. Taking on […]

Schools a-sprucing up!

Schools a-sprucing up!

With just about two weeks to go before the summer holiday ends, everyone is looking to the start of the new school term. And before children can make their way to their new classes to meet new teachers and friends, parent-teacher associations, old scholars associations and school staff have been hard at work ensuring the […]