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Its Just us Radio Show returns to Caribvoiceradio November 6, 2014 at 8pm, Est.
Our guest will be
Author of Bamboo and Fern
In this courageous story of growing up in one of the poorest areas of Jamaica,
Ava Brown learned the life lessons of perseverance and survival.
Dr. Anita Davis Defoe among recipients of the Voice Awards in Netherlands
This year, the award committee has expanded the scope of the award to include Africans in the Netherlands and the Diaspora as a whole, and from the African continent.
Therefore other individuals that will be receiving awards are: Dr. Anita Davis-Defoe, Mrs Tessy Ojo, Dr. Samuel Lee, Dr. Jelle Braaksma, Mrs. Caroline N.M. Bayiha, Health Promotion South Africa Trust, Mrs. Veronica Van de Kamp, Engr. Ayodele Barry Otasowie Igbeare, Tony Patrick, Sally Ebot, Mr. Bernd Wandkowski, Stephen Ogongo, Bishop Michael O. Amamieye, Akua Manso, Martin Adu, Farida Musa Halliru, Sophie Bessem Tataw, Bruce Cerew, Alphonse Muambi, Aydin Acik, Rev. Christie Bature-Ogbeifun and Christopher Okigbo receiving a Posthumous award for literature (read more)
BARBADOS AND DELTA AIR LINES ANNOUNCE LAUNCH OF NONSTOP FLIGHTS FROM
NEW YORK AND ATLANTA TO BARBADOS
Service to Begin Twice Weekly on December 4, 2014, with first ever nonstop on Delta Air Lines from JFK
R to L: Richard Pile, District Sales Manager, Delta Air Lines, chats with Barbados Tourism Authority’s (BTA) Chairman, Adrian Elcock; BTA’s Interim President and CEO, Petra Roach; and Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association’s (BHTA) President, Sunil Chatrani
after the just concluded press conference launching the recommencement of a Delta Air Lines’ Barbados service.
NEW YORK (June 25, 2014) – Barbados and Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today announce a collaboration on new nonstop service this winter to the Caribbean island. Travelers from the Eastern and Central regions of the U.S. now have a new reason to head to the sun-drenched island, with nonstop flights beginning on December 4, 2014, twice weekly between Grantley Adams International Airport in Bridgetown and both New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, where connections to cities across the United States are available.
Flights will operate Thursdays and Saturdays, and two flights will start simultaneously, one from New York into Barbados and then onto Atlanta; and then a second one originating in Atlanta, traveling to Barbados and on to New York. (read more)
New single from Kioni - "No Promises"
Tawana Lael - Atlanta. . .check out her storyboard
Top Five Reasons Why Trinidad & Tobago is the Place to Visit This Fall/Winter
The dual-island nation is well positioned to cure wanderlust of travelers young and old
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – August 19, 2014 – With summer coming to an end, travelers are eagerly seeking the above-the-ordinary Caribbean experience for the fall and winter season. Trinidad & Tobago, home to the largest Carnival in the region and well-known for its remarkable festivals, also offers gastronomical allure from around the globe, a dynamic cultural history, the largest brain coral in the world and the Western Hemisphere’s oldest protected rainforest. Here, the top five reasons why Trinidad & Tobago continues to attract travelers looking to satisfy their wanderlust. >>> read more