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    September 15

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Shannan and Ryleigh: Escape from death’s door

19 May 2019

Shannan Byer had her baby shower on December 16, 2018. Little did she know that her little bundle of joy Ryleigh would arrive two days later and seven weeks early. Her actual due date was February 5, 2019. Read More


Kimberley: Law God’s chosen path for me

13 May 2019

When Kimberley Mayers graduated from Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad last year, she did so having copped the No.1 spot among Barbadians studying at that prestigious institution. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Tour operators make a connection

12 May 2019

Tour operators from around the globe got more than a taste of Barbados during last week’s Connect Barbados 2019 meeting here. Read More


Chynna’s family blend just right

12 May 2019

The true essence and meaning of life to Chynna Glasgow is family. Chynna, 29, is a mum of two to Cruz Torrington who is five and Zen Haynes who is one. But she also plays the role of stepmum to her boyfriend Richard Haynes’ son Cruz Haynes, who is the same age as her... Read More


Creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ members

05 May 2019

For as long as she can remember, Nadia “Aidan” Holmes has always felt like she was born to be a voice for the voiceless. But not in a way that one would ever begin to imagine. Read More


Angela Reifer: A gem of a lady

28 April 2019

When Angela Reifer says “I could always sell” it is no idle boast by the stylish, debonair area retail manager of Colombian Emeralds International. Read More


Toni ready to transform Oistins Festival

21 April 2019

Being creative isn’t a hobby for Toni Thorne. It’s a way of life. Everything she does is in some way associated with the creative industry and more often than not, everything she touches turns to gold. Read More


Soroptimist head keen on sisterhood

14 April 2019

Lisa Toppin-Corbin, the new president of Soroptimist International of Barbados (SIB), believes in the power of sisterhood. Female friendships and relationships, she said, help counteract patriarchy and misogyny. Friendships also provide comfort, security and healing... Read More


Healthy diet changed Everton’s life

08 April 2019

If you’ve ever chatted with Everton “Heru” Holligan at The Good Life Café, on the streets while he was campaigning during last year’s elections or at his other business, Healing Earth Inc., then you know he is serious about health and wellness. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Photovoltaic projects commissioned

07 April 2019

Representatives from the United Arab Emirates, France and the Barbados Water Authority toasted the official commissioning of major solar photovoltaic projects at the Bowmanston Pumping Station in St John and the pumping station at Lakes Folly, Bridgetown, at a cocktail... Read More


Fitness in the blood

07 April 2019

At 51 years old, Patricia Cox is living her best healthy life. Looking at her, one couldn’t guess her age given her youthful appearance and slender body. But this “look” is something Patricia has worked towards since she was in her teenage years. Read More


Charting her own path

01 April 2019

At the heart of every family tradition is a meaningful experience. While this may be true, for Erica Hinkson her meaningful experience came in the form of saying no to a family tradition of involvement in law and politics and charting her own path. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Royals visit

31 March 2019

Some of the guests say they will not be washing the hand they shook with heir to the British throne Prince Charles, after meeting him during his whirlwind visit to Barbados last week. Read More


Driven to succeed

31 March 2019

Oftentimes we hear “it’s not the school you attend, but rather what you do when you get there”. This is especially true for 25-year-old Dwight Moseley. Dwight, a former student of Parkinson Memorial, was called to the Bar last October 26 after attending the Hugh... Read More


Making his Mark

25 March 2019

Mark Clarke loves putting his personal style to food. He is, after all, a talented chef. Mark doesn’t know when the idea of being a chef was bred, but from his mother’s recollection he was about age five or six. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Cheers to Commonwealth Week

24 March 2019

New Zealand’s new Ambassador to Barbados Anton Ojala recently teamed up with the Barbados branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) to host a reception in celebration of Commonwealth Week. Read More


Wearing her crown proudly

24 March 2019

“Never place limits on yourself . . . . I think it’s the best philosophy to have . . . . You are your only limit . . . . And as long as you put in the workthen you will be successful.” “Do it with passion or not at all!” Read More


Joshua’s sky high hopes

18 March 2019

Joshua Uzunovic wasn’t even at the legal age to drive a car when for the first time he single-handedly steered an aircraft over the seas of Barbados. He was just 13 years old, an enthusiastic aspiring pilot sitting high at the controls of a four-seat, single-engine... Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: BTPA fete repeat visitors

17 March 2019

A sideboard said to have been given to the legendary pirate Sam Lord as a house-warming gift for his Barbados castle; a 20-seater Georgian dinner table set with the finest period ware and illuminated with a crystal chandelier from Barbados’ best known mansion, Sam Lord’s... Read More


Akiel’s sky high dreams

17 March 2019

Akiel Alleyne has another dream he wants to tick off his bucket list that of being a captain flying a plane carrying over 200 or more passengers. Right now he is flying for Commutair, a subsidiary of United Airlines, that carries 50 passengers. Read More


Three times the love

11 March 2019

Rhesa Garnes has a whole lot of love in her life. The talented singer and her partner Kerry Herbert were blessed with triplets – two girls and a boy – last October. Menen Kiaria was the first triplet, Makada Raya was second and then came Majete Raphael. Read More


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