Bonding Through Dance Crazes
Remember when this song was a hit? “Follow the leader (leader, leader), follow the leader: now clap and wave”. If the roof was on fire we did not need any water, we’d just let that mother burn. This song went viral like a fire that could not and would not be stopped.
Workshop Makes Words Come Alive
What is it that makes many entertainers come alive? Is it their talents alone? The buzz question that seems to be floating around these days is “Who am I?” This question was also a pertinent one asked in the recent interview on the OWN network with Oprah and our home girl Rihanna.
Jilla’s Jewellery Breaks The Norms
Revolution 2k12 is the second line to come from jewellery house Jilla’s Jewellery Box after having been in operation for just one short year.
Jilla’s Jewellery Box is the brainchild of 27-year-old Jamila Sokunbi. It is through her desire to push her own boundaries to revolutionise copper jewellery that this line was created. Her vision for the line was to create “a break from what’s expected and what should be, creating a complete change, a glimpse of what could be”.
Orphaned Voices Unheard: Part 2
Last week, we talked with Haitian author Ruth Auguste about her childhood which was the inspiration for her novel ‘The Children of Injustice’. Now she shares the lessons she’s learned and the advice she has for others.
Bajan OTT Students To Stage Fame! JR.
Operation Triple Threat (OTT) Summer Performing Arts Boot Camp students will be “on top of the charts” when they offer a joyous performance of ‘Fame! JR.’ on August 23rd, announced Freddie Gershon, Chairman of Music Theatre International (MTI). ‘Fame! JR.’ is based on the hit motion picture which was turned into a long-running television series. The musical is part of the MTI Broadway Junior Collection®, MTI’s special collection of musicals for younger performers.
Read-IN! Celebrates 1937 Riots
“Agitate, advocate but don’t violate!”
Orphaned Voices Unheard: Part 1
Farewell Barrio Dimitri
The fashion scene in Barbados took a heavy blow this weekend when Barrio “Dimitri” Braithwaite passed away on Saturday, July 14th. Barrio was a fashion blogger, (La Mode Dimitri) and arguably the best in the island. He loved the classic style, and never stepped out of the house without looking fabulous. He was also a great connection to the rest of the fashion industry, making many friends with internationally renowned models, photographers, stylists, journalists, and fellow fashion bloggers.
Pump Me Up
The summer has begun and with it the beginning of the festival season. Open air festivals along with music festivals and film festivals: it is the season to be outside. As I was browsing through my newsfeed, I saw that the Aruba Film Festival was going on; a week with documentaries and film entries from different countries representing the Caribbean islands, such as Curacao and St. Martin, along with other independent movies.
Who Run The World
Madonna has crossed boundaries and broken taboos on sexuality and self-identity by reinventing herself every time, showing us that it is possible to change if you want to. Charlotte Raven (The Guardian, 2010) talks about the queenly aspect of the modern woman who thinks she is meant for better things and terms it as Madonnaesque. So how obvious can it be staring us in the face: we are the change we want be in the world!