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Machel Montano And Bunji Garlin Buss Head Official Video

By | July 9th, 2017|History, Performance, vibes, Videos|

Machel Montano And Bunji Garlin Buss Head Official Video When the two biggest Soca artists decide to put their differences aside and unite for the culture many would say "well the planets have aligned" as we all know how big this is. The first offering by Machel Montano and Bunji Garlin called Buss Head also [...]

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Pressure & Stanley and the Ten Sleepless Nights – 100 Years Strong

By | February 5th, 2017|History|

Pressure & Stanley and the Ten Sleepless Nights - 100 Years Strong What happens when the paths of Pressure Buss Pipe and Stanley and the Ten Sleepless Nights cross? The result - an acoustic amalgamation of Reggae and Quelbe that highlights the last 100 years of the US Virgin Islands. ...and if you are a fan [...]

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1804 : The Hidden History of Haiti

By | January 22nd, 2017|Destinations, documentary, History|

1804 : The Hidden History of Haiti 1804: The Hidden History of Haiti is a feature length documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian revolution. This new compelling film is produced and directed by the creator of the critically acclaimed Hidden Colors documentary series filmmaker Tariq Nasheed. Nasheed is the producer of the #1 [...]

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Papa Machete Documentary Short

By | November 6th, 2016|documentary, History|

"Papa Machete" is a glimpse into the life of Alfred Avril, an aging subsistence farmer who lives in the hills of Jacmel, Haiti. He also happens to be a master of the mysterious martial art of Haitian machete fencing, also known as Tire Machèt. Papa Machete from Third Horizon on Vimeo. Teaching about the practical [...]

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Kick Em Jenny – Underwater Volcano near Grenada Experiencing Increased Activity

By | July 25th, 2015|Environment, History, Uncategorized|

Kick ‘em Jenny, or as locals would call it Kick - am - Jinny is an undersea volcano near the north coast of Grenada but before Ronde Island which is an island between Grenada and Carriacou.  There was rumbling reported this past Thursday, prompting the regional disaster authorities to be on alert.  A series of earthquakes has [...]

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The Livity Of Rastarfari Documentary

By | January 6th, 2015|History, Lifestyle, Music Related|

If a man is walking down the street with a bible in hand, you wouldn't say: here goes a Christian. If a Japanese man passed by you, neither would you say: good morning Budda. And if an Arab looking man with a full face of beard approaches, you wouldn't say here comes Mohammed. So why [...]

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Happy Independence Day Haiti

By | January 1st, 2015|History|

Happy Independence Day Haiti Bon Ane 2015 Nan Inite - Lape’ - Lanmou 211 Zan Endepandans Happy Independence Day Haiti. Here is to the  the only nation in the world established as a result of a successful slave revolt. #haiti a #Caribbean country occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of #Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago, which it shares with the Dominican [...]

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Mommy Say Mondays 6 – 30 – 2014 – Caribbean Sayings

By | June 30th, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

"People nah stone mango tree when it doesn't bear." Think about it...in essence people will attack you for your successes. West Indian Sayings Caribbean Sayings West Indian Proverbs  

Maya Angelou “Miss Calypso” Dies At 86

By | May 29th, 2014|Events, History|

Maya Angelou "Miss Calypso" Dies At 86 Maya Angelou, the world-renowned author, poet, educator, author, playwright, activist, historian, producer, actor, director and of course phenomenal woman passed away yesterday at the age of 86. Her most notable work the 1969 "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", an international bestseller and nominated for a National [...]

Mommy Say Mondays 5 – 5 – 14 – Caribbean Sayings

By | May 5th, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

Mommy Say Mondays 5 - 5 - 14 - Mami Seh! “Never cuss the bridge that you crossed" Always be grateful for favors of others because you never know when you may need another…and if you can return a favor, do so! West Indian Sayings Caribbean Sayings West Indian Proverbs

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Sayings – April 21, 2014

By | April 21st, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Sayings – April 21, 2014 "Time longer dan twine" – Life’s hardships, trials and tribulations will come to an end. It may not be today nor tomorrow, but moments of uneasiness or hardships will  end.  Nothing lasts forever.   Mommy Say Mondays West Indian Sayings  Caribbean Sayings West Indian Proverbs

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Sayings – April 14, 2014

By | April 14th, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Sayings – April 14, 2014 "One One Cocoa Full Basket" or  Every Mickle/Lickle mek a Muckle.  Every little bit adds up or every little bit counts.  Do not expect to achieve success overnight. You will be surprise  how far dedication and consistency will take you. Take small steps, but take them. You [...]

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Proverbs – April 7, 2014

By | April 7th, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Proverbs – April 7, 2014 "Di higher di monkey climb, di more his backside/ass/ bottom is expose." The more successful you become the more likely you are to be  subject to scrutiny. The more popular you are or you become, the more people are aware of your affairs. If you want [...]

St.Croix Agriculture Fair 2014

By | April 6th, 2014|Agriculture, Events, Food/Grub, History|

St.Croix Agriculture Fair 2014 It has been some 20 plus years since we have experienced the St.Croix's Agriculture Fair which is now called the Agriculture and Food Fair of the U.S. Virgin Islands. The AG Fair is also considered to be the Caribbean's largest Fair of it's kind. The AG Fair is always  held in February on Presidents’ [...]

Mommy Say Mondays – Caribbean Proverbs – March 31 2014

By | March 31st, 2014|History, Mommy Say Mondays|

Mommy Say Mondays - Caribbean Proverbs - March 31 2014 Common sense make before book sense.  Not all  knowledge comes from books or formal learning