Breakfast jam


Added 26 November 2012


FOUR-TIME MONARCH Mikey is still on the “loose” and he gave everything he “got” at the Crop Over 2013 preview at Hilton Barbados yesterday. Mikey and a group of revellers brought the curtain down on a breakfast meeting for stakeholders of the Sweetest Summer Festival. The look back at Crop Over festivals and a glimpse of things to come also featured a performance by Calypso Monarch Red Plastic Bag, who took his 10th title this year. Patrons also got a nostalgic look at old Barbadiana through various artifacts, costumes, familiar rhymes and games. The last was with the compliments of students from Bay Primary School.(YB)  


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