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Miss Barbados World to be chosen

30 June 2010

The Miss Barbados World beauty pageant comes off on July 11 at the Plantation Garden Theatre at 7 p.m. Here are profiles of the six contestants. Read More


Sweet 16 for soca semis

30 June 2010

THE BIG SHOWDOWN is not until July 25 at Bushy Park, but an intense battle of texts will start among fans of the semi-finalists of the Sweet Soca competition from midnight July 6. Read More


OUT & ABOUT: Night of fun

29 June 2010

They held true to their slogan Fun Comes In All Sizes last Sunday night when once again they opened their back lawn to partygoers to dance and prance under the stars. Read More


Shaki-K rocks the House

28 June 2010

House of Soca, celebrating 30 years of unbroken service to calypso, opened its doors Saturday night and started cooking right away in the halls of Queen’s College, St James. Read More

Fire alarm in Celebrity Tent

28 June 2010

Calypsonian Prince Yellow has added firefighter to his resumé. Read More

Lashley concerned about dirty lyrics

28 June 2010

MINISTER of Youth, Family and Sport Stephen Lashley is disappointed with the "obscene calypso music" this Crop-Over. Read More


Little drummer boys

28 June 2010

The drummers of Haynesville Youth Group made their musical presence felt during Read More


NCF boost

28 June 2010

THE National Cultural Foundation (NCF), as part of its new emphasis to look to the regional and international frontier for sponsorship, Read More


Trini posse down

28 June 2010

THE demise of the regional airliner BWIA has had implications for the Crop-Over season. Read More


Father Paul the singing kaiso priest

27 June 2010

For as long as Father Clement Paul REMEMBERS he always wanted to be a singer, but owing to the "lack of a good singing voice" Read More


27 June 2010

CROP-OVER REVELLERS seem to be recession-proof this year, and stand ready to jump away the financial blues. Read More

John King answers critics

26 June 2010

SPECULATION OVER two-time monarch John King’s participation in this year’s Crop-Over Festival and in De Digicel Big Show has been laid to rest. Read More


Blood off with a bang

25 June 2010

MEMBERS of the new Soka Kartel were in control at the Headliners opening "fent" at the Plantation Garden Theatre on Thursday night. Read More


Soca pulpit

25 June 2010

FATHER CLEMENT PAUL will be using the calypso stage for a pulpit this Crop-Over. Read More


Ado at large

25 June 2010

THE STORIES of St Philip and the excellence therein are legendary, especially when told by a "Philipine". Read More


25 June 2010

Hey, stand by – it's July, lots of arty Crop-Over action! Read More

Alexandra voices in competition

25 June 2010

THE ANNUAL Sheryl Hackett Memorial Inter-house Singing Competition comes off at Alexandra School tomorrow at 7 p.m. Read More

OFF THE CHEST: Lament for the lost songs

25 June 2010

THE 2010 VERSION of the Crop-Over Festival is very much upon us. Read More


6 times to celebrate

25 June 2010

A COMBINATION of the tough economic situation and strategy has forced Celebration Time to cut back on the number of shows this year. Read More


Social commentary in da House

25 June 2010

GREAT SOCIAL COMMENTARY, rhythmic party tunes, groovy sweet soca, comedic style, and great entertainment can be expected from the House Of Soca tent this Crop-Over season. Read More


Traffic Block Thriller

25 June 2010

Traffic in The City came to a standstill as a group of professional dancers put on performances in commemoration of the death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, one year ago. Read More




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