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Mixed views on kiddies' changes

23 July 2010

THE NEW TIME for tomorrow’s Junior Kadooment and the return of the Junior Monarch to the National Stadium have been met with mixed reactions from long time participants in both events. Read More

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Soca in the cave

23 July 2010

THE SOCA KARTEL and a Soka Junkie took over Harrison Cave on Wednesday night. Read More

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Home drum

23 July 2010

QUEENS, Brooklyn, and London are the places where they make their big bucks, but for them home is where the heart is and the place to be for the festive Crop-Over season. Read More

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Malika: It's good to be back

23 July 2010

Back with a bang! Malika Hart is back on the calypso stage after a nine-year break. Read More

Shaki-K ready for big stage

23 July 2010

Shekira Shaki-K Boxill already feels like a winner. Read More

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Shaki-K joins SAVE in song

23 July 2010

The fight against domestic violence has been given a further boost through a collaboration between Shakira Shaki-K Boxhill Read More

Action-packed weekend of Crop-Over activities

23 July 2010

CROP-OVER kicks into a higher gear today with a number of activities to keep people going this penultimate weekend of the festival. Read More

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Bajan pot ready to go

23 July 2010

There will be no international artistes at this year’s Digicel Cohobblopot on August 1 at the Kensington Oval. Read More

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Stadium in shape

23 July 2010

 All systems are in place for the semi-finals tonight at the National Stadium. Read More

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Patrons 'lap up' Juniors' offerings

22 July 2010

Performances by young kaiso acts captivated hundreds of patrons at the Frank Collymore Hall’s lunchtime concert Read More

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Last lap for junior calypsonians

21 July 2010

The INFECTIOUS SOUNDS of calypso filled Frank Collymore Hall yesterday as the finalists in the Scotiabank Junior Monarch competition held their rehearsals. Read More

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Tuning up for semis show-down

21 July 2010

Semi-finalists in the Pic-O-De-Crop competition are ready for battle after their first rehearsal yesterday at Combermere School.  Read More

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Sweet soca

20 July 2010

A multitude of about 10 000. That was the number of patrons the police estimated to have packed into Farley Hill National Park for the highly anticipated 4D Entertainment Soca On De Hill on Sunday. Read More

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Pan you feel it?

20 July 2010

The City came alive last Saturday night when hundreds of Barbadians and tourists alike gathered in Independence Square to enjoy Pan In De City. Read More

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Sea, sand and pan

19 July 2010

It was almost like Grand Kadooment day along the Spring Garden Highway, minus the bands, Read More

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Soaking it up on the Hill

19 July 2010

No rain could stop the soca lovers at Farley Hill yesterday. Read More

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The pied pannists

19 July 2010

The infectious beats and rhythm of LH Pan Groove from Trinidad caused the audience to form a line behind them, as they performed at Brandons Beach yesterday. Read More

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Bands gone Bajan

18 July 2010

With Grand Kadooment just weeks away, many Crop-Over bands are pushing the Bajan theme for that big August 2 jump-up day. Read More

Gabby hits it on return

18 July 2010

ONE SYMBOL of the intensity of calypso in Crop-Over is the presence of the Mighty Gabby on stage and in competition. Read More

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BOUNCING BRIDGETOWN

18 July 2010

Steel pan music and the vivacious Mother Sally were too irresistible a combination for this tourist Read More

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Pan 'needs more respect'

18 July 2010

Liking the steel pan is not the same as respecting it, says leader of the Mosaic Steel Orchestra David Ziggy Walcott.  Read More

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