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Not so sweet

Not so sweet

Things may not be so sweet financially for the four-year Honey Jam showcase, but producer Ebonnie Rowe is insisting that the show will go on. Speaking to Bajan Vibes last night at the Divi Southwinds Hotel where the artiste reveal was held, Rowe said there was an unexpected shortfall in funds this year as some […]

Stoute’s vision for show

  For 38 years he has been at it. And Richard Stoute sincerely hopes that the Teen Talent competition will continue to thrive, long after he is gone.   The founder of the popular competition told Bajan Vibes he was moved to start the show after he realized there was a void in the entertainment […]

Unified in pink

From babes in arms and in strollers, to children on bicycles and ride-ons, to prominent Barbadians including ministers and businessmen were among the approximately 5,000 people who walked or ran to support efforts to fight cancer in the CIBC FirstCaribbean Walk For The Cure5K Walk and Run event over the weekend. They converged at the Garrison Savannah […]

Coopa Dan in double love

Coopa Dan in double love

It’s De Coopa! . . . Coopa Dan is on the mic, and in the classroom. But how easy is it to be an entertainer singing about “bumpas” and also a schoolteacher to infants? That is the question of the year. But Jermaine Coopa Dan Gittens says it is easy, and is all about setting […]

Nothing else but music

Nothing else but music

Many are called, but few are chosen. Philip 7, real name Philip Scantlebury, believes that he is one of the chosen ones for the entertainment arena –– by the mere fact he cannot imagine himself doing anything else. “From school I always liked it. It was like chosen for me. No matter what I did, […]

Yes, Popcaan!

Popcaan was the one they wanted! The Jamaican dancehall artist headlined the Arthur Guinness Concert held at Kensington Oval last Saturday; and he did not disappoint. Popcaan closed the show, performing to a small but appreciative audience that seemed to be more of a “dancehall crowd”. He delivered hit after hit, patrons singing along word […]

Greater taste to Food & Wine And Rum 5

The fifth annual Barbados Food &Wine And Rum Festival will be “bigger and better” this year. The international gourmet event boasts the ultimate Caribbean fare that offers Barbadians and visitors alike the opportunity to indulge in and experience world-class culinary offerings at many venues islandwide. This year’s event will also feature new and exciting venues […]

Shy Scott with a big voice

Shy Scott with  a big voice

Whoever said it was impossible to be laid-back, down to earth and shy, and still be a radio deejay? Well, Scott le Roc could prove them wrong. Notwithstanding his introverted personality, Scott is yet bent on further making his mark within the deejaying fraternity. After a school trip to the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, as an […]

Determined Du-Wayne

Determined Du-Wayne

Du-Wayne Hinds is a triple treat. He sings, he dances and he acts. And now, Du-Wayne is ready to take the step that will lead him to a life he has always imagined. His bags are packed and he is all set to leave his little island in the sun for the concrete jungle where […]