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  1. He is the 19th of 21 children born to James and Louise Hunter of Racine, Wisconsin, USA and the first and only one in his family to attend college. At age 46, Paul Lamar Hunter has also just published his first autobiography, entitled, No love, No Charity- The Success of the 19th child, in which […]
  2. The Nature Fun Ranch has a new pair of wheels thanks to the Rotary Club of Barbados West and Nassco Limited. Government also assisted in the duty-free purchase of the Toyota Hiace vehicle for $135,000. It will assist in transporting students to and from the St Andrew-based ranch. During this morning’s presentation, Nassco’s Managing Director […]
  3. Officials of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society are reporting tremendous interest among Barbadians in its various tours and programmes. In fact, Deputy Director Kevin Farmer said with the introduction of more event programing and community activities over the past two years more Barbadians have been showing an interest in learning more about their history […]
  4. Much like her bubbly and animated personality, the artwork of Shanika Grimes brightens and cheers up any room. Her murals and animated characters have a way of subconsciously uplifting one’s mood. Whether it is paint parties for children, paint and sip for adults or doing a mural, Grimes who is the brains and business owner […]
  5. Trinidadian filmmaker Michael Mooleedhar wants to see a unified Caribbean film industry. The director of Green Days by the River was speaking to Bajan Vibes at the launch of the Barbados Independent Film Festival. He contended that not just borders divided the film industry in the region. “I want the Caribbean to become more [united] so it can actually […]

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