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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


Juniors bring down Solidarity House

25 June 2010

ENCORES WERE the order of the night when contestants in Scotiabank Junior Monarch Calypso competition got their first taste of the stage last Sunday at the first tent held at Solidarity House. Read More

Semi-finalists tour schools

24 June 2010

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) hosted a campaign yesterday for the semi-finalists of the Junior Monarch competition in an attempt to raise awareness and gain support. Read More

African heartbeat out of competition

24 June 2010

JUDGING to select the 18 semi-finalists for this year’s 2010 Pic-O-De-Crop competition will not commence tonight as scheduled. Read More

Shrek and Friends at Ilaro Court

24 June 2010

POPULAR animation character Shrek will stage a live 90-minute show each day with his best friend Donkey, his love Princess Fiona, and a bevy of dancers on the grounds of Ilaro Court this weekend. Read More


Ready for tent

23 June 2010

Catholic priest Father Clement Paul is ready to use the calypso stage as a pulpit this Crop-Over. Read More

Local artistes could gain from Martinique Link

23 June 2010

THERE are immense opportunities for Barbadian artistes in the French Overseas Department of Martinique. Read More

Lamming calls for lasting memorial of Jones

23 June 2010

GEORGE LAMMING, the noted Barbadian-born Caribbean writer and social commentator, thinks that Trinidad and Tobago "must find some appropriate way" of giving its famous actor, Errol Jones, a permanent place in Trinidadians’ collective memory. Read More


Big, loud and bland

23 June 2010

THE ATMOSPHERE in the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre ran parallel with the overcast and gloomy weather outside. Read More

Community pays Griffith respect

22 June 2010

Barbados’ music fraternity, including calypsonians, has been paying tribute to highly rated musician, Police Inspector Anderson Griffith. Read More


Gladiators on the attack

22 June 2010

A YOUNG PROMISING calypsonian who promised to dethrone RPB is back, and a witty young singer/emcee has brought a refreshing breeze across the Stadium Road for Crop-Over 2010. Read More


Too Smart!

21 June 2010

Everdene Smart became the winner of the first LIME Gospel Challenge, after giving an emotive rendition of Alabaster Box, Read More


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