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    June 05

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SOCIAL SCENE: Ten years for calypso in the Port

04 August 2019

Shed 3 at the Bridgetown Port was recently rocking with the sweet sound of calypso, and the fans were out in their numbers enjoying it. Read More


RPB reaching for the world

04 August 2019

He’s been on the Crop Over scene for four decades and is the island’s winningnest entertainer, having won the Pic-O-De-Crop title ten times. He has also bagged two Sweet Soca titles. Read More


Vijay’s drive to reach NASA heights

30 July 2019

Vijay Persaud’s journey had many ups and downs, but each step helped to propel him to the heights of NASA. As he shared his story with EASY, his voice broke with emotion as he recalled the struggle of his walk, especially his mother Basmat Persaud’s strength, determination... Read More


Israel home to Goldie

29 July 2019

Her love affair with Israel started over 30 years ago when she visited Tel Aviv for the first time. This love affair saw her making a firm and conscious decision to make Israel, and more specifically Jerusalem, her home. Well, it depends on how you look at things.... Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Dr Donna launches skincare line

28 July 2019

Beautiful skin was the subject of the evening when family practitioner Dr Donna Matthew launched the Zo Skin Health line in Barbados. Read More


Modelling with a purpose

28 July 2019

If there was ever a thing as “living your dream life”, Barbadian model Kari Miller believes that she’s well on her way to living hers. Since leaving Barbados at 22 in pursuit of a modelling career, the now 27-year-old beauty has been making tremendous strides in her... Read More


For love of teaching and dance

23 July 2019

When Pearl-Ann Bartlett was a little girl, she would put her dollies and teddy bears in a row to sit down. She would then arm herself with a chalkboard and go through the motions of teaching them. Read More


Boogsie the musical genius

22 July 2019

He is called the Mozart of the steel pan, a legend, and a genius. And while all those things are true, the composer, arranger and teacher doesn’t brag. He is humble and acknowledges that his talent was a gift from God. At heart, Len Boogsie Sharpe is a Caribbean man.... Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: BDF lauds officers

21 July 2019

The atmosphere at the Barbados Defence Force’s (BDF) Garrison, St Michael headquarters was light and convivial last week, with military rigidity giving way to laughter and celebration. Read More


Feteing is their thing

21 July 2019

O’Brian and Navisha Worrell are feting partners and they plan to continue until they’re old and grey. The couple, married for 16 years, are often the life of many a party during the Crop Over season. They have been feting together since they became friends back in... Read More


Woodwork triggers Cy’s love for art

16 July 2019

Cy Hutchinson is not an accidental artist. He didn’t just stumble into creating all the work he does. It may sound like a cliché, but he is following his passion to create and enjoying it immensely. Read More


Teaching children about God’s glory

15 July 2019

For the past 11 years she has been a child advocate, providing assistance to children and families in The Pine and Wildey, St Michael areas. In addition to looking after their spiritual needs, she provides them with school supplies, uniforms and financial assistance,... Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: An Argentine celebration

14 July 2019

A packed Walcott Warner Theatre at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination (EBCCI) celebrated Argentina’s Independence Day anniversary with Argentine Ambassador Gustavo Martinez Pandiani on Tuesday night. Read More


Learning to live after tragedy

14 July 2019

Eleven years ago, Janelle Chase-Mayers lost the love of her life, late broadcaster Terrance “Terry” Mayers. Not only did she lose her husband of three years, but she lost the father of her first and only child Terrance Jr when he was just four weeks old. Read More


Modelling Oraine’s passport to success

09 July 2019

“Growing up, I was not used to the idea of modelling because it was not a part of my daily routine or my style. Sports were always a part of my activities,” Oraine Barrett told Easy. Read More


Denise’s thrift shop her helping hand

08 July 2019

When Denise Tannis was a little girl, she was always fussy when she received new clothes. Unfortunately, new clothes were not a priority, and many times her mother had to rely on clothing donations to outfit Denise and her siblings. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: High Commission marks Canada Day

07 July 2019

Canadian High Commissioner Marie Legault threw quite a bash for Canada Day at her official west coast residence last week. Read More


From teen mum to business owner

07 July 2019

“You’re the author of your own life and you have the opportunity to change the narrative of your story.” These are the words which Deidre Small, 29, believes and lives by. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: A spirited occasion

01 July 2019

Members of the West Indies Rum and Spirits Association took time out from their two-day meeting in Barbados last week to enjoy a cocktail evening at the Mount Gay Visitors Centre at Brandons, St Michael. Read More


Model life – Jeneil’s dream from young

01 July 2019

Her striking goddess-like face has graced the covers of the world’s top fashion and lifestyle magazines, yet, international model Jeneil Williams remains anchored to her Jamaican roots. Read More


Raven down to protect LGBT rights 

30 June 2019

Raven Davina Gill stands in her truth. Throughout her life she has shown that there is no value in facing adversity sitting down. Despite how low or embarrassing the situations were, she found a way to come out on top. Read More


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