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The 19th child

The 19th child

He is the 19th of 21 children born to James and Louise Hunter of Racine, Wisconsin, USA and the first and only one in his family to attend college. At age 46, Paul Lamar Hunter has also just published his first autobiography, entitled, No love, No Charity- The Success of the 19th child, in which […]

New wheels

New wheels

The Nature Fun Ranch has a new pair of wheels thanks to the Rotary Club of Barbados West and Nassco Limited. Government also assisted in…

History lesson

History lesson

Officials of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society are reporting tremendous interest among Barbadians in its various tours and programmes. In fact, Deputy Director Kevin…

Bringing painting alive

Bringing painting alive

Much like her bubbly and animated personality, the artwork of Shanika Grimes brightens and cheers up any room. Her murals and animated characters have a…

Dreams of a Trini filmmaker

Dreams of a Trini filmmaker

Trinidadian filmmaker Michael Mooleedhar wants to see a unified Caribbean film industry. The director of Green Days by the River was speaking to Bajan Vibes at the launch of…





Excellent production of “Green Days”

Excellent production of “Green Days”

Green Days By The River is a much beloved classic here in the Caribbean. The story is a…

Alix Cage and his music

Alix Cage and his music

Alix Cage is a 23-year-old vocalist, singer-songwriter and musician who currently plays the guitar and keyboards. Born on…

Chrystal looks to bounce back

Chrystal looks to bounce back

Chrystal Cummins-Beckles-Holder has been waving the Barbadian flag high in Montserrat for the past four years at the…

A fallen star

A fallen star

The entertainment fraternity is once again in a state of mourning after the sudden passing of De Big…

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