|Happy birthday, Bond! - Remembering Ian Fleming, the creator of 007
TOMORROW is the centenary of the birth of Ian Fleming, the British author and creator of the suave super spy, James Bond, who preferred his martinis shaken, not stirred. Fleming, who died in 1964 at age 56, fell in love with the island's beauty and purchased property...
The bold and beautiful people came out to be seen on the weekend and hold the date of June 11 in mind as Bangladesh's Nobel prize winner/banker/economist Muhammad Yunus will be the special guest.
If we stop to think about the activity-filled recent days and nights, there should be many tired and sleepy people at the offices around the island this week.
A taste of home - Black Britons discover their roots in The Harder They Come
IN 1973, hundreds of persons of Caribbean descent rushed to cinemas throughout Britain to watch a powerful, low-budget drama called The Harder They Come. Thirty-five years on, their children and grandchildren are flocking theatres in that country to watch its stage version...
Richie Stephens, Al Miller pray for the children
SINCE HIS career took off in the late 1980s, Richie Stephens has collaborated with some of the biggest names in dancehall music, including roots singer Garnett Silk and deejay Bounty Killer. However, for his latest song, the singer sought inspiration from an unlikely source.