AN EARLY CHRISTMAS PRESENT FROM ACTION BEQUIA: On Tuesday (12th December) in Bequia, a new 385 feet pedestrian trail was opened that goes around the Point between Plantation and Princess Margaret Beaches. This structure replaces a previous trail that was severely damaged by massive surges that resulted from Tropical Storm Matthew in 2016. A 100 … Continue reading EARLY CHRISTMAS FOR BEQUIA (RE-POST)


About our Chief Curator Holly Bynoe is a curator, visual artist, cultural activist, and writer from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. She is currently living and working in Nassau, The Bahamas. Bynoe is the co-founder and director of ARC Magazine, the premiere visual art and culture publication focusing on contemporary work created throughout the Caribbean … Continue reading ALL ABOUT HOLLY BYNOE


Prince Harry To Wed Meghan Markle In Windsor In May Pic: ReutersLONDON: The wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle will take place in May at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, a spokesman for the prince said on Tuesday. The fifth-in-line to the British throne and the American actress announced their engagement … Continue reading ROYAL WEDDING IN MAY 2018


It has been 6 years since you took your flight from this earth to rest with your Master you called Lord and Saviour. Selwyn has a heart that was too big for himself and so he shared it with those who came in contact with him. But when his name was called to reward, he … Continue reading CONTINUE TO SLEEP


Robert Mugabe stands as the last flickering torch of resistance to imperialism and neo-colonialism on the continent. The man who immovably and with great resolve pushed for the redistribution of land among his people. Knowing very well the iniquitous forces he would have to contend with. White farmers who inherited the land during Zimbabwe's colonial … Continue reading GREATEST SONS OF AFRICA


Lest We Forget: On November 18, 1978, Peoples Temple founder Jim Jones leads hundreds of his followers in a mass murder-suicide at their agricultural commune in a remote part of the South American nation of Guyana. Of the 909 people who died that day, 68% of them were Afrikan. Many of Jones’ followers willingly ingested a … Continue reading THE AMERICAN JIM JONES


On This Day (November 18th, 1973) In Our History Is Known as Bloody Sunday! Today, 44 years ago, Maurice Bishop and other leaders of the New Jewel Movement were badly beaten in St. Andrew's. Maurice was singled out for special treatment by the forces of Gairysim! He was beaten until his jaw was broken. He was then … Continue reading MAURICE BISHOP REMEMBERED


New 50-Dollar Note To Honour Late ECCB Governor   THE IMAGE OF SIR DWIGHT VENNER WILL BE FEATURED ON A NEW EC$50 NOTE. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be releasing a new EC$50 banknote honouring late governor Sir Dwight Venner. The $50 bill, which was approved at the ECCB Monetary Council’s last meeting … Continue reading NEW ECC $50.00 NOTE