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    July 21

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SOCIAL SCENE: Airport opens new gates

03 March 2019

Tourism stakeholders were in celebratory mood last week when the expanded departure area encompassing Gates 14 and 16 at the Grantley Adams International Airport was officially opened. Read More


Lisa is living her best life

03 March 2019

Lisa Ruck loves travelling, teaching and her hometown Barbados. And she is looking to one day combine those loves and create her dream job. She’s a 36-year old bright and bubbly Bajan girl living her absolute best life in Rome for the last eight years. Read More


Celebs film at Oistins teaser

26 February 2019

BARBADOS is fast becoming a location for the filming of reality TV shows. The Barbados Tourism Management Inc. and Oistins Fish Festival organisers cashed in on this activity on Monday night when American celebrities Lil Kim, Chilli of TLC and Mya were guests at the... Read More


Kelvin and Susan: Wedding a dream come true

25 February 2019

Kelvin and Susan Hollingshead are living proof that it’s never too late to find true love. The couple, who are from the United Kingdom, were married last Monday, February 18, at the Sea Breeze Beach Hotel in Maxwell, Christ Church, five days after getting engaged at... Read More


Artists come together for charity

24 February 2019

ART AND charity mixed and mingled when Dwellings staged an event entitled ‘Splash – the Furniture Art Charity Event’ at its Canewood, St Thomas location on Saturday night. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Tea party for a cause

24 February 2019

The gardens at “Ben Mar”, official residence of British High Commissioner Janet Douglas, were the backdrop for an elegant tea party last weekend. Women were decked out in eye-catching fancy hats, which were matched by the dapper dress of the men who also supported... Read More


Kareem and Tamara: Forever we do

24 February 2019

There’s no greater feeling than the love of family, and when one meets Kareem and Tamara Boyce, the love between them is palpable and cannot be ignored. The young couple have been married for just shy of two months after winning the Nation’s 2018 Forever I Do competition.... Read More


The family that prays together

18 February 2019

If there was ever a love and marriage orchestrated by God, it was Avery and Katherine Mascoll’s. Avery and Katherine were together for literally one day before they got engaged and were married seven months later. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: South Gap affair

17 February 2019

Caribbean Hotelier Of The Year Sunil Chatrani and his wife Geeta celebrated the reopening of their second St Lawrence Gap hotel aptly named South Gap, with a reception attended by guests and loyal staff last weekend. The Chatranis also own Yellow Bird hotel, situated... Read More


Cara, Joa putting God first

17 February 2019

In a world saturated with premarital sex and relationships, young Christian couple Joa Jean-Baptiste and Cara Foster are choosing to put God first and hold fast to their purity. But it’s no easy task. Joa, 23, and Cara, 24, are set to be married on July 21 this year... Read More


Lawmen warn soca lovers not to “Run with it”

15 February 2019

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,– Police are warning party goers that they could face criminal charges if they continue to follow, very much the lyrics of Grenadian singer, Hollis “Mr Killa” Mapp to “Run With It”. Read More


Building on love 4 000 miles apart

11 February 2019

Brian and Dawn-Marie Armstrong may be separated by distance and time – 4 203 miles and a five-hour time difference to be exact, but their love couldn’t be stronger. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: ICBL marks 40 years

10 February 2019

Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL) celebrated “royally” last week when the Barbadian insurance company celebrated its 40th year of operation. The event in the ballroom of Sandals Royal Barbados Resort brought out stalwarts who contributed to the company’s... Read More


When vows take on deeper meaning

10 February 2019

There are always ups and downs in any relationships. Many times those in relationships are put to the test. Christopher and Shaquille Millar, who said “Forever I Do” on December 16, 2017, had no idea that after saying their vows they would have to “fact-check” a couple... Read More


Sky high life

04 February 2019

Rolf and Simon “The White Lion” Joosten, the German born father and son have called Barbados, and mainly the beaches, home for the last 23 years. Together, they opened the mobile Upwind Kite Surf School in 2016, where they train and teach visitors to the island and... Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: BCQS marks 50 years

03 February 2019

The chatter around Fusion restaurant one night last week was about property development, construction and straight business as people engaged in those areas celebrated a milestone with regional independent property development and construction consultants BCQS. Read More


Chef dishes on cooking career

03 February 2019

Trevon Stoute’s hands are dusty with flour as he deftly moves them. He is prepping for the next course he is about to serve on the menu at Pavao, the increasingly popular restaurant at Sweetfield Manor in Brittons Hill, St Michael. Read More


 102 and cancer-free

01 February 2019

It’s been seven years since Rosalie Bailey beat cancer. It’s also been 63 years since she lived through Hurricane Janet in 1955. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Returning visitors feted

27 January 2019

At a reception at the Gun Hill Signal Station, tourism officials played host to visitors who show their loyalty to Barbados by returning to the island year after year. Read More


Balancing motherhood and business 101 

27 January 2019

If you told Zoë Allamby six years ago that today she would be a mum to a bouncing, adventurous and beautiful baby girl while managing a booming make-up line, she wouldn’t have believed you. Read More


An ode to Jeffrey Walcott

22 January 2019

At 71 years old, Jeffrey Walcott is entering another season of his life. Well, sort of. As he puts it, he’s experiencing “a burst of latent potential” and has resumed writing, bringing joy to himself, his family, and friends who believed in him. Read More


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