Celebrating African Heritage Month

Fri, 02/18/2011 - 17:06 — Pauline Neckles

Celebrating African Heritage Month

Did you know that we are in the middle of African Heritage Month? The achievements of black people in history and present day are celebrated in February.

Top 10 Of 2010

Fri, 12/31/2010 - 21:46 — Gina Aimey-Moss

Top 10 Of 2010

The year is coming to an end and 2011 will be here in a few hours. Kurama Magazine will take this time to reflect on 2010 with a countdown of the most popular articles of the year so you can enjoy them once again!

Interesting Christmas Traditions Worldwide

Fri, 12/31/2010 - 01:12 — Pauline Neckles

Interesting Christmas Traditions Worldwide

I love my Bajan Christmas. I love the ham, Christmas morning church service in conjunction with the walk through Queen’s Park. Sometimes I wonder how other cultures celebrate this most special season of the year when the entire world seems to take a breather.

The TRUE Meaning of Christmas? Not What You Think!

Fri, 12/24/2010 - 16:11 — Pauline Neckles

The TRUE Meaning of Christmas? Not What You Think!

Plans To Export Bajan Music To New Markets

Thu, 11/25/2010 - 14:12 — Anonymous

Plans To Export Bajan Music To New Markets

Bajan musicians and artistes are feeling the impact of the global recession resulting in the shrinking of international bookings and performance revenues.  This has come from the newly elected president of The Association Of Music Entrepreneurs, George Thomas. Mr Thomas however believes that AME is well positioned and committed to play an effective role in helping earn foreign exchange and stimulate economic growth through the export of Bajan music.

Love Killer

Mon, 08/16/2010 - 16:21 — Coretta Joe

Love Killer

You’re here with me but you should have stayed home

Because I still feel very much alone

Even though you’re holding my hands and professing your love,

I disappointed myself as well as my creator above

Why Celebrate Emancipation Day?

Sat, 07/31/2010 - 20:36 — Pauline Neckles

Why Celebrate Emancipation Day?

Many of us in the Caribbean will be home on Emancipation Day oblivious to the day's importance. To some younger people the significance of the day is either non-existent or very minimal. They may not care about the actions of our ancestors who worked hard to see the Emancipation of the slaves at that time due to the length of time that has passed between then and now.

Ease Me Now

Fri, 05/14/2010 - 00:56 — Shari Inniss-Grant

The leaves drift and blow away

As the November wind moves and calms my soul

Wiping my tears from my face

Drying them, leaving only a very faint trace

My heart is broken in two

He's six feey under, but he was only five years young

And I stand here, delivering this poem to you

Saving Me

Tue, 05/11/2010 - 01:08 — Shari Inniss-Grant

One wrong move could shatter me
But God, I wish you would break me
I just want to live beyond myself
Beyond these limitations I've found, or founded
I wish you would take me in your arms
Or maybe I'm thinking of the prince of last night's romance novel
I wish you would ruin me, thoroughly
Because if you broke me God would have to remake me
And for a while I'd be free
I wish could escape you
And the air I breathe
And the body I wear
And the face I have

Talented Teen Wins Spot At Berklee

Mon, 04/19/2010 - 23:35 — Anonymous

Talented Teen Wins Spot At Berklee

Mistral Baldeo will be one of the up-and-coming artistes to perform at the inaugural COSCAP fund-raising Gala. And with good reason. This 19-year-old has been showing promise from a young age.

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