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  • Moods of Pan cancelled for the first time in 22 years 28th November 2020 9:52 am The Antigua Observer By Elesha George [email protected] The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of the West Indies Oil Company (WIOC) Gemonites Moods of Pan steelband festival – a staple event which has been staged uninterrupted or 21 years. The event would have had …
  • Miami-Broward Carnival 2020 Was a Top-Notch Virtual Experience 2nd November 2020 10:02 pm Jamaicans.com For the past 35 years, the Miami-Broward Carnival showcased the lively and colorful spirit of the city’s vibrant Caribbean culture and community.   But as a sign of the times, this year’s 2020 episode of the jubilant festivities was a virtual affair that …
  • Senators in one accord as National Honours Amendment Bill passed 27th October 2020 8:44 am The Antigua Observer By Carlena Knight There was a unanimous show of support by senators on both sides yesterday as they all were in favour of the National Honours Amendment Bill 2020, which clears the way for recognition of the contributions of institutions to arts and …
  • National Honours Act amended to recognise group contributions 16th October 2020 8:38 am The Antigua Observer By Elesha George [email protected] The Most Precious Order of Princely Heritage has been amended to recognise the contributions of institutions to arts and culture in Antigua and Barbuda. Cheers rang out in Parliament on Thursday when the Speaker of the …
  • Daly Bread: What goes beyond the money? Where the Budget falls short 12th October 2020 2:25 am Wired 868 The Ortoire River meets the Atlantic Ocean adjacent to Point Radix on the south-east coast of Trinidad. Point Radix is a headland that separates the two renowned, but badly abused beaches of Manzanilla and Mayaro, which are of similar length, each said to …
  • NJAC rededication: Pegasus’ flight—how forerunner to NJAC inspired national stadium and awards 11th October 2020 2:38 am Wired 868 “[…] ‘Pegasus’ was formed by Brother Makandal Daaga after a life-changing event at an Independence night party, on 31 August 1962. He was shocked when persons protested noisily, when the DJ put on the very first calypso for the night, shouting that it was …
  • National honour for Hell’s Gate Steel Orchestra 3rd October 2020 8:31 am The Antigua Observer By Carlena Knight The reigning Panorama champions will make history by becoming the first steelband in Antigua and Barbuda to receive a national honour. The Cabinet, during its meeting on Thursday, decided that the Caribbean Union Bank Hell’s Gate Steel …
  • Daly Bread: Understanding the part the panyard plays in T&T’s social fabric 28th September 2020 5:25 am Wired 868 It appears from their television interviews, that the Community Recovery Committee headed by Anthony Watkins is proceeding with the task given to it by the Prime Minister, namely ‘to find solutions to address some chronic problems in urban and semi urban …
  • Too big to be small: The life and legacy of Eric Williams 26th September 2020 8:36 am The Antigua Observer By Erica Williams-Cornell (To mark her father’s birthday, September 25) I was 14 years old, without a profound thought in my head other than “boys,” when I told my father, Eric Williams, “Daddy, when you die, all I want are your books and papers.” I had …
  • The road to a PhD 25th September 2020 8:58 am The Antigua Observer By Dr Hollis ‘Chalkdust’ Liverpool, ORTT Since writing on the esteemed work of PhDs and the ladder to be climbed to attain same, in a roti shop in Diego Martin last week, I was bombarded by a gentleman who wanted to know how long it would take him to reach …
  • Steel bands, COVID and concerns about violence: It’s Labor Day in Brooklyn 4th September 2020 4:15 pm MarketWatch Some New York activities can be performed at a nice, quiet, safe distance. Strolling the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Riding on a mostly empty city bus. But standing outside while the late-summer sun bears down on Eastern Parkway and the sound of a steel- …

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  • The best song of 2020: Rain on Me by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande 30th November 2020 7:26 am The Guardian Behind the illness, grief, political failure, racist violence, unemployment and myriad other acutely painful moments, 2020’s lesser sin is that it has been chronically boring. With pubs muted, nightclubs shut, festivals cancelled and impulsive sexual …
  • UK deaths rise by 215 – as it happened 30th November 2020 12:56 am The Guardian 6.57pm EST 18:57 We’ve launched a new blog at the link below – head there for the latest: 6.45pm EST 18:45 Australians are wasting more food during the coronavirus pandemic, mainly because of panic buying and food delivery services. The annual bill for the …
  • Coronavirus live news: Turkey's toll hits record for seventh day in row; UK deaths rise by 215 29th November 2020 9:00 pm The Guardian 3.58pm EST 15:58 Summary Here’s a run-through of the latest coronavirus developments for anyone just joining us. Children in Iraq have started returning to school for the first time since late February, with social distancing measures in place and schools …
  • Santa's grottos and carolling allowed in UK Christmas Covid rules 29th November 2020 7:03 pm The Guardian Christmas carolling, attending church services, volunteering, and taking a trip to Santa’s grotto will all be permitted in the run-up to Christmas, according to guidance published by the government. However, the new rules vary across the different UK …
  • UK stocks up on vaccines, hopes to start virus shots in days 29th November 2020 6:33 pm Seattle Post LONDON (AP) — Britain said Sunday it has secured 2 million more doses of a promising coronavirus vaccine as it gears up to launch within days the country's most ambitious inoculation program in decades.The U.K. has had Europe’s deadliest coronavirus …
  • Minimalism: Seven minimalist gifting rules to try this Christmastime 29th November 2020 4:38 pm Female First by Lucy Moore | 29 November 2020 I am not saying that all minimalists live by  these rules, nor am I saying that you need to, however if you are looking to have a more minimal Christmas this year, here are just a few of the guidelines I have come across …
  • 66668319 29th November 2020 6:27 am Express and Star Finally there was light at the end of the tunnel when Boris Johnson announced they could re-open again from July 4. But four months later hotels were dealt another blow with a new national lockdown resulting in the doors being closed to guests for a second …
  • Great British boltholes: A review of The Alexandra hotel, Lyme Regis 29th November 2020 1:16 am Daily Mail Great British boltholes: Inside the 'perfectly appointed' Alexandra hotel in Lyme Regis - an elegant and serene retreat that’s not far from the fun First built as a dower house for the Countess Poulett in 1735, the Alexandra became a hotel in 1901  …
  • Michelle Mone, 49, finally weds billionaire Doug Barrowman, 55, after postponing wedding three times 28th November 2020 5:34 pm Daily Mail Michelle Mone has finally tied the knot with her billionaire beau Doug Barrowman, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced her to postpone her wedding date thrice. The entrepreneur, 49, tied the knot with Doug, 55, on the Isle of Man on Saturday, with the bride …
  • Growers unite to promote Scottish-grown flowers 28th November 2020 9:01 am Press and Journal A group of Scottish flower growers has joined forces to promote locally grown blooms to shoppers. The group, supported by the Soil Association Scotland-led Rural Innovation Support Service (RISS), aims to encourage shoppers to buy cut flowers that are …
  • Dunsfold drilling refused planning permission for a second time 28th November 2020 2:13 am SurreyLive An oil and gas well at Dunsfold was on Friday refused planning permission for the second time. UK Oil and Gas (UKOG) asked for temporary consent for three years, to explore a site south of Dunsfold Road and east of High Loxley Road. County councillors …

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