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labelArchives todayFebruary 26, 2013

Sweet Soca Semi-Finalists Announced

Sixteen calypsonians will battle in the semi-final round of the Sweet Soca competition on Friday, July 5 at the Party Stand at 10:00 p.m. for a chance to perform on the coveted Soca Royale stage.  They are: NAME OF ARTIST NAME OF SONG Biggie Irie Need Ah Riddim Blood Ah ...

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Republic Bank Opening Gala Free For 2013

This year’s Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited Crop Over Opening Gala and Ceremonial Delivery of the Last Canes is among the FREE events on the National Cultural Foundation’s (NCF) official Crop Over calendar for 2013, so says its Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Cranston Browne at the launch of the event held ...

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NCF Music Programme Gets Support to Keep Pan Alive

The sweet sounds of pan will play on, thanks to an injection of funds towards the purchase of new instruments from Barbados Shipping & Trading Co. Ltd., a member of the Neal & Massy Group. In discussing their recent support for the programme, Neal & Massy (Barbados) Country Manager, Frere ...

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Mandisa gets a Scotiabank homecoming

“Practice makes permanent,” that is the advice from Aisha Mandisa Butcher, the 2012 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch. The young calypsonian uttered these words last Friday when she met with the Scotiabank team for a small homecoming in her honour at the office of the company’s Managing Director Caribbean East in ...

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Crop Over: Major Boost for the Economy

Crop Over 2012 pumped approximately $80 million into Barbados’ economy in the summer months based on visitor arrivals and revenue generation. Prime Minister, the Hon. Freundel Stuart in his address at the Crop Over Breakfast Show on Monday, November 26, 2012 at the Hilton Barbados made this disclosure to stakeholders ...

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Follow Me To Crop Over

The objective of the contingent’s seven day visit to Trinidad was to sensitise thousands of Caribbean people flocking to Trinidad about the Barbados festival, travel arrangements and accommodation possibilities for the event. The Crop Over Festival had a presence at major fetes in Port of Spain, including UWI Splash, Soca ...

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