As Barbados celebrates its 54th anniversary of Independence this month, the Parish Independence Committees (PIC), under the aegis of the Community Independence Celebrations Secretariat, Ministry of Youth, Sports and Community Empowerment will host several events.
Sub-lieutenant (SLt) Karen Carvahlo was born on 23 July 1978 and attended the Pine Primary School before transitioning to the Garrison Secondary School. The proud mother of two, enlisted in the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) on 17 April 1999 and has served selflessly for the past twenty-one years after her posting to the Barbados Coast Guard (BCG), becoming its first female recruit.
Alison Hinds, a true Caribbean Queen, came to the throne through SOCA, a genre that is rapidly gaining popularity among music lovers around the globe.
Edwin Yearwood is a natural born entertainer whose accolades and song-writing genius establish him as the undisputed Soca King. One sure thing of Edwin Yearwood is he is a natural born entertainer.
According to Bovell, he wrote “Silly Games” for Janet kay with the sole intent of it being a hit song.
20-year old Akil Alleyne has signed a contract with English semi-professional football club, Chichester City.
Forbes compiled its annual list of America’s richest self-made entrepreneurs, and a number of music superstars made the cut.
The National Cultural Foundation, in its continued effort to support the creative industries, offered support to Barbadian-based artist Annalee Davis with assistance in her first solo exhibition entitled re-wilding in the UK at Haarlem Artspace in Derbyshire.
Veteran Barbadian jockey Juan Crawford formally wrapped up the riding title at Fort Erie on Tuesday, despite missing the final two race days of the four-month season.
Rod Stewart is set to go under the knife to fix his ankle – months after undergoing knee replacement surgery.