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15 000 to jam

28 July 2010

Expect a bigger, better Foreday Morning Jam on Saturday with 15 000 revellers preparing to take to the streets. Read More


Foreday funds

28 July 2010

This year’s Foreday Morning Jam is expected to be bigger than ever, Read More


Yes to Bushy Park

27 July 2010

BUSHY PARK, synonymous with motorsport events, was transformed into a sea of sun and soca when the National Cultural Foundation held one of its premier events at the St Philip venue for the first time on Sunday. Read More


Out of Site

27 July 2010

"DONE WID DAT!" An upset and disappointed Kid Site has called it quits with the Crop-Over Festival. Read More


Show stealer

27 July 2010

Patrons of the Junior Monarch competition were treated to a powerful rendition of Doh Waste It by seven-year-old Aaron Duncan Read More

Some singers back TC

27 July 2010

It seems that not only Terencia TC Coward is feeling the blow of the turn of events on Sunday at Bushy Park that marred what was otherwise an excellent display of musical talent. Read More


Royale high

26 July 2010

Overcast skies and piping heat did nothing to spoil the fun at Bushy Park yesterday when thousands flocked to St Philip for the inaugural Soca Royale. Read More


Bitter with the Sweet

26 July 2010

THE ANNOUNCEMENT was met with boos and several thumbs down. Read More


Soca jeers

25 July 2010

IT WAS THE BATTLE that never was. Read More


Squires takes top prizes

25 July 2010

POPULAR  BANDLEADER Gwyneth Squires swept the top prizes in this year’s Junior Kadooment competition held last Saturday at the National Stadium, Waterford, St Michael. Read More


Soca Royale turns into no contest

25 July 2010

The much-hyped Soca Royale battle turned into a puzzling and embarassing no-contest when Sweet Soca Monarch T.C. did not appear on stage for the showdown between herself and Party Monarch Blood. Read More

TC forfeits Soca Royale contest

25 July 2010

Sweet Soca Monarch TC has forfeited the Soca Royale crown. The two-time Sweet Soca Monarch did not appear on stage for the much-hyped showdown between the Sweet Soca champion and the Party Monarch, Blood. More details shortly... Read More


Sizzling siblings

25 July 2010

THE CLARKE and Gittens siblings ruled the Scotiabank Junior Monarch Competition at the National Stadium last Saturday night, forever etching their names in the calypso annals of Barbados in the process. Read More


TC defends Sweet Soca crown, Blood takes Party Monarch

25 July 2010

TC defended her Sweet Soca crown while Blood copped the Party Monarch title this evening at the Bushy Park racing circuit as the Soca Royale draws to a close. Read More


'Royale' Rumble at Bushy Park

25 July 2010

It feels just like the 'good old days' of the East Coast Soca Bowl today at the Soca Royale contest at Bushy Park. Read More

Sweet soca, moderate crowd at Bushy Park

25 July 2010

The legendary racing circuit, the third venue now for the revamped party contest, is used to seeing competition of a very different kind but the general vibe from patrons has been one of cautious approval.  The tents which people had become used to in years... Read More

Poets thrill Crop-Over read-in audience

25 July 2010

Poets, musicians and lovers of the spoken word gathered on the grounds of the historic Barbados Museum and Historical Society on Thursday night for the sixth annual CMMB Crop-Over Read-In.  Read More


Colour and fun

25 July 2010

Every colour of the rainbow graced the National Stadium as 12 bands crossed the stage to be judged yesterday at Junior Kadooment. Read More


Super-charged mash-up party

25 July 2010

IT WAS 24 HOURS of non-stop action with the best in soca, some of the best calypso artistes and deejays – and it ended only a few hours ago. Read More


If it ain't broke . . .

25 July 2010

There were mixed reactions to last Friday night’s staging of the Banks/LIME Pic-O-De-Crop semi-finals at the National Stadium. Read More

Predictable final line-up

25 July 2010

A PREDICTABLE three calypso monarchs, five perennial finalists and a newcomer have made it through to the finals of the Banks/LIME Pic-O-De-Crop Finals at Kensington Oval on Friday night. Read More


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