Going Organic Without Losing Your Mind
Food is essential to our health and our sustenance. The modern meal structure is however, becoming more toxic and unhealthy for our bodies and minds. Today’s food industry includes many foods that are either manufactured in factories or chemically enhanced or processed once harvested from the earth.
Simon Pipe’s Debut Album Aids The Poor
Simon Pipe is a Bajan pop-reggae artist swimming upstream in what he calls “an industry that can swallow you whole in a second.” Preferring to employ his creative freedom unhindered as an independent artist, Pipe released his much anticipated debut studio album “Ya Probably Shouldn’ta” in March. His first order of business? To dedicate proceeds from digital sales for the month of April to the Barbados Vagrants and Homeless Society (BVHS).
Trend Alert: Spring ’13 Style
Spring is upon us! Don’t you just love the smell of those roses and orchids bursting out of the earth? Okay, so technically in the Caribbean the only two seasons are Wet and Dry, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the new fashion trends along with the snow-falling world.
Call For Caribbean Women’s Sensual Stories
St. Lucian Model Agency Goes Global
Fab-Fetale Island Exclusive Model Management (based in Castries, St. Lucia) was recently approved and accepted as a member of the Modeling Association of America International Inc. (M.A.A.I.). The agency’s manager Michelle Auguste and her models have been invited to attend M.A.A.I.’s 53rd Convention, which will be held at the Deauville Beach Resort Square in Miami Beach, Florida this June.
Oral Sex Etiquette
Last week we talked about the taboo and stigma still attached to oral sex. Now we’ll have a look at the dos and don’ts of oral sex etiquette.
Salt Pt. 2: Batman The Performer By Night
When dusk falls, the mask goes on, the dark knight rises to his turntables and dominates the dancehall as the trim and neatly buttoned Salt transitions fluidly into Batman, an entertainer of formidable proportions.
What’s Wrong With Eating?
Salt Pt.1: Dark Knight With A Day Job
Salt the radio announcer is Bruce Wayne. He rises as early as 12 am to write the headline news, spends about ten hours a day costumed as the Advertising Manager in his cool SLAM FM cave and drinks tea to get through a pressing schedule.
Fighting For Rock
Rock fans, buckle up! Meet Bajan band Fighting Traffic, aka Carlos Baptiste (mic navigator), Kevin Jack (turbo charged guitarist), David Thomas (bassist and back seat vocalist) and Melvin Alick (drummer and bumper defenda). Heavily influenced by Sting, Michael Jackson, Gabby, Bob Marley and Jimi Hendrix… they’re not afraid to fight for their right to rock.