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    September 15

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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


Damari, Marvay’s top priority

30 June 2019

He’s known to many as Damien “Marvay” Lythcott, the sweet singing entertainer who has dropped some big soca hits over the last few years. But apart from that, he’s also father to 11-year-old Damari, who until last July lived in New York with his mother. Read More


AKIL – not just a father

16 June 2019

Akil Ifill believes there’s a “distinct difference” between being a father and being a dad. As children celebrate their fathers today, Father’s Day, Akil relishes the joy that his three children - Alexis, six; Josiah, five; and Jaden, three, bring to his life. Read More


Not the end of road for Veronica

14 June 2019

AT 36, Jamaican athlete Veronica Campbell-Brown has not thrown in the towel. However, the eight-time Olympic medallist is giving herself a bit more time before she decides to head back to the track. Read More


N’Kyah apple of Kyle’s eyes

09 June 2019

Kyle Mayers has achieved many things in his lifetime. But to date, his greatest achievement remains his five-year-old daughter N’Kyah Mayers. Read More


Gabrielle’s tough journey brings bundle of joy

02 June 2019

Gabrielle Cumberbatch has been on a whirlwind of a journey to becoming a medical doctor. A journey that many probably would have abandoned. Read More


Erika making winning figures in the pool

27 May 2019

The odd things are sometimes the ones which make lasting figures on the heart. Erika Loustric originally thought that artistic swimming was peculiar when she stumbled upon it seven years ago. But she has come a long way and now displays figures in the pool. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: European Film Festival

26 May 2019

Movie-goers were treated to a wealth of new European films and documentaries during the 11th European Film Festival, which started on May 15. The festival, which is being held in Barbados, ends on Tuesday. Read More


St Thomas Carnival a big deal

26 May 2019

From the time I arrived at the Cyril E. King International Airport on the island of St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands (USVI), it was apparent that it was carnival season. Costumed dancers and stilt walkers were stationed in the arrival hall to get travellers in the... Read More


Tracy’s year of yes

26 May 2019

Tracy Fowler started her journey on radio at 16 years old, all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. It was a career she always wanted to get into after listening to Cindy Rouse and Cassandra Samuels (now Crawford) on 104.1FM. Read More


Weight loss inspires doctor to help others

20 May 2019

In 2012, Rashida Daisley was the heaviest she ever was, weighing 230 pounds. It was then that the medical doctor decided to make a complete change in her life and take her health more seriously. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Germans celebrate

19 May 2019

Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany Holger Michael and his wife Hilary recently hosted Government officials, diplomats, honorary Consuls and other guests to a reception marking the 70th anniversary of the Federal Republic of Germany. Read More


Strolling through the US Virgin Islands

19 May 2019

When many Barbadians think about travelling to the United States, most think about either Miami, New York or possibly Puerto Rico if a cruise is more your speed. However, there is a piece of the US close to home that can be explored. The US Virgin Islands (USVI),... Read More


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