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    October 16

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Out to watch party

03 August 2010

THERE was hardly space along the route from Bank Hall to Eagle Hall, St Michael, yesterday as hundreds lined the connecting streets to view the bands as they travelled by. Read More


Squires' spell broken

03 August 2010

THE NEW KADOOMENT ROUTE turned up brand new winners yesterday, breaking the dominance of the island’s most consistent designer Gwyneth Squires. Read More


Blaze of colour at Warrens

03 August 2010

Thousands of revellers assembled in Warrens yesterday morning for Grand Kadooment transforming the area with every colour in the rainbow. Read More


Station Hill the place to be

03 August 2010

Station Hill yesterday laid claim to having the only rocking Kadooment Day funeral business headquarters as more than 200 people partied in the building opposite the Police Complex. Read More


Busy day for Bank Hall shopkeepers

03 August 2010

Spectators were lining both sides of Bank Hall Road, St Michael, as early as 8:30 a.m. yesterday waiting on the bands to appear. Read More


Jamming to the climax

03 August 2010

It was as if the jump had just started, when thousands of revellers jammed down Brighton Hill onto Spring Garden yesterday. Read More


Bands 'party hardy' down new route

02 August 2010

Twenty minutes past the scheduled 8 a.m. start, DJ Pedro D hit the controls on his music truck igniting the air with the first stanzas of an uptempo version of Sister Marshall’s Read More


Blood in Tune

02 August 2010

ANDERSON BLOOD ARMSTRONG is the new king of the road. Read More


Cool pot

02 August 2010

DigiceL Red Hot Cohobblopot, which was promoted as an energy-filled party, seemed at times to be simmering on a low flame. Read More


Energy- filled Cohobblopot

02 August 2010

Digicel Red Hot Cohobblopot, which was promoted as an energy-filled party, seemed at many times to be burning on a low flame. Read More

Right on with Gabby

01 August 2010

THE MIGHTY GABBY took his eighth Pic-O-De-Crop title on Friday night at Kensington Oval. And the judges got it right. Read More


'Saved' by Gabby's big move!

01 August 2010

THE MIGHTY GABBY had no intention of entering the Pic-O-De-Crop competition this year. He just wanted to focus on helping young people develop the calypso art form. Read More


Moderate crowd for Bridgetown Market

01 August 2010

DESPITE SOME inclement weather in the morning, yesterday’s Bridgetown Market still attracted a moderate crowd. Read More


Getting down

01 August 2010

It was as if Kadooment started early this year. Yesterday from about 1 a.m., close to 15 000 revellers were on the road for Foreday Morning jamming from Carlisle carpark Read More


Familiar faces in mas'

01 August 2010

A number of familiar faces were spotted in the 2010 Foreday Morning jump-up which started at Carlisle car park on Wharf Road, The City, Read More


Artistes set party aglow

01 August 2010

It was dubbed an all-white affair. But, by the time the party animals had finished hours of non-stop jamming on Thursday night, their clothing was far from lily white. Read More


Kings meet

01 August 2010

Twelve-year-old Myles Myles-Z Gittens, the junior king, still has a long way to go to catch up with calypso king, Read More

Ready for Kadoo

31 July 2010

THE SEA of colour that is Grand Kadooment will be painted by 22 bands of revellers as the 2010 Crop-Over Festival reaches its climax tomorrow. Read More


Gabby back a winner

31 July 2010

ANTHONY GABBY CARTER has added a ninth title to his name. Read More


Gabby's king

31 July 2010

THE MIGHTY GABBY returned to competition after a two-year hiatus to snatch the 2010 Pic-O-De-Crop monarchy at Kensington Oval. Read More


No raining on kaiso

31 July 2010

THE OVERCAST CONDITIONS couldn’t stop Barbadians and visitors from turning out in their thousands last night to the Banks/Lime Pic-O-De-Crop calypso finals at Kensington Oval. Read More


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