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Nine Bajans for Taste Of The Caribbean

Nine Bajans for Taste Of The Caribbean

Eight chefs and one bartender will represent Barbados at this year’s Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Taste Of The Caribbean competition in Miami, United States, from June 28 to July 2. They are team captain chef Jason Jospeh, chefs Willis Griffith, Marvin Applewaithe and Antonio Sivers, pastry chefs Keisha Nurse, Katrina Depeiza-Hall and Trenel [...]

Sweet Soca, Party Monarch 18

Sweet Soca, Party Monarch 18

The eighteen calypsonians to perform at the semi-finals in each category of Sweet Soca and Party Monarch this year have been chosen. The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) made the announcement yesterday evening. The semi-finalists are vying for a coveted spot at Soca Royale, Bushy Park, St Philip stage. The Sweet Soca and Party Monarch semis are [...]

Soca only for Rick! 

Soca only for Rick! 

If entertainer Lil Rick had his way, all radio stations in Barbados would be made to play soca music only for the entire duration of the Crop Over season. Speaking to Barbados TODAY during a recent interview, the artiste, whose real name is Ricky Reid, said while he understood deejays on the radio stations were [...]

All winners

All winners

Five acts will represent St Peter in the talent section of the Community Independence Celebrations in November. This was announced last night by the organisers of the St Peter Parish Talent Competition, who did not give a reason for the decision. They said brothers Nakeem and Naheem Wahid, Samuel Layne, the Oslo Dance Group, Dyce and [...]

Serenader looking fuh wuk

Just like the recently laid off Government workers, Serenader is Outta Wuk; so it’s no wonder that he would have to deal with Fine Ants On De Pork. In typical tongue and cheek style, this veteran calypsonian, real name is Elonzo Brewster, is seriously attacking issues this year with Fine Ants On De Pork, one [...]

Young bright sparks

The future of the island’s calypso art form is in safe hands. This was the consensus of those gathered last Saturday as 25 youngsters graced the stage of the Lester Vaughan Secondary School for the 2014 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Tent. At six o clock the curtain went up, and 11 young performers, in the eight-to-12 [...]

Karaoke steals Headliners show

Karaoke steals Headliners show

Pic-O-De-Crop Monarch, Ian Webster, brought life to a sedate crowd as Headliners Calypso Tent held its third showing for the 2014 Crop Over season last night. Decked out in an afro wig, plaid suit and scarf, Webster lampooned leading Barbadian personalities, including politicians, as he created cutting lines from a Jackie Opel classic. He impersonated [...]

Hinn’s in!

Hinn’s in!

  Reverend Benny Hinn is finally here! The controversial American televangelist, who will be conducting two nights of crusade services at the Wildey Gymnasium, beginning tomorrow, had been the subject of publicly expressed misgivings by some church leaders in Barbados, including the head of the Barbados Christian Council, Monsignor Vincent Blackett, and the Emmanuel Baptist [...]

PARTY RULES

PARTY RULES

Promoters who fail to comply with the conditions of their party permits this Crop Over season could have their events shut down. Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Erwin Boyce said today that non-compliance, as well as late application for permits, were proving to be troublesome and lawmen would be reviewing procedures, going forward. He said [...]