EARLY CHRISTMAS FOR BEQUIA (RE-POST)

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)

GRENADA HEALTHCARE SERVICE

Shocking And Sad Death Of Mother And Son Health Services Killing, Friend Charges The health services at the General Hospital has again been placed under a microscope following the unfortunate death of a woman and her newborn baby within hours of each other and her best friend who claims to have stood with her throughout … Continue reading GRENADA HEALTHCARE SERVICE

OPEN LETTER

My Dear Christian women, I am sure it bothers all of you, as it does me, that all too often, in today's world, people take too lightly the role and duties of women in the home. I encourage all Christian women to stand up for the Word of God! How can you do this? The … Continue reading OPEN LETTER

WHOSE HANDS?

This just encouraged me. WHOSE HANDS? A tennis racket is useless in my hands. A tennis racket in Serena Williams hands is worth Millions. It all depends in whose hand it is. A rod in my hands will keep an angry dog away. A rod in Moses' hands parted the mighty Red Sea. It all … Continue reading WHOSE HANDS?

ALL ABOUT HOLLY BYNOE

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

SHOW SOME KINDNESS THIS SEASON

One day a man saw an old lady, stranded on the side of the road, but even in the dim light of day, he could see she needed help. So he pulled up in front of her Mercedes and got out. His Pontiac was still sputtering when he approached her. Even with the smile on … Continue reading SHOW SOME KINDNESS THIS SEASON