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From brush to hammer

Every time, I wonder aloud about the genius of the matriarchs of the 50s, I get little support. Yes, I agree, but we can’t go back to dem old days.

“If you don’t have a horse, ride a cow,” is one of the many life principles that guided the actions

Made by Bajan pro

For a 12-year-old, Tanya Eathakotti has extreme confidence.

She said she has never had a hole-in-one, but continued: “I’m waiting for it. It will come. I’m guaranteeing that.”

With all that time on the golf course, it would appear her grades certai

Matter of perspective

We’re just about two weeks into the summer holiday and already I feel the effects of it on my purse! Our children look forward to summer probably more than they do to Christmas and I must admit that I appreciate not having to pack lunch boxes and thi

Pork Cutlets with Pineapple and Ginger Salsa


2 1/2 cups 1/2-inch cubes peeled fresh pineapple

2 tablespoons sugar

2 teaspoons minced peeled fresh ginger

3/4 cup (or more) water

2 teaspoons white wine vinegar

4 boneless pork loin chops, trimmed

2 l

Christian calypso

two from experience tent heading to pic-o-de-crop semis

The two Christian Pic-O-De-Crop semi-finalists hailing from the Experience Calypso Tent have put forward contrasting positions as to what winning the monarchy would mean to them.

Enobong, wh

Straight Up

A myth is a story with a purpose. The purpose usually is to try to explain how the world is. Myths also try to explain the relationship between God and humans.

Many people hold that myths are not true. That isn’t necessarily true.

Too often we get

Sentencing rules

The question of the sentencing of criminal offenders in cases of manslaughter is once again occupying the attention of the courts and with it the guidelines set out in the seminal case of Pierre Alexander Lorde v The Queen, Criminal Appeal No. 11 of

Straight to the point

“Barbados’ economic difficulties are by no means over, and our growth, employment and inflation indicators remain less than satisfactory.” — 2012 Half-Year Economic Review, Central Bank of Barbados, July 2012.

Surprise, Surprise! Barbados’ econo

You're Welcome: Who are the beneficiaries?

I could not help but notice the Editorial in the Friday edition of the Barbados Today under the heading Tourism’s Challenge. The editor, like most others who have been making comments about the Barbados tourism product and the quality of it, stop sho