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Plans Underway For Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant

Suelika N. Buchanan The Observer More than 12 Caribbean islands are set to send their talented teens to compete in the Miss Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented...

WAHS 4th form student is Miss Labour 2006

Washington Archibald High School students is Miss Labour 2006 A Washington Archibald High School Fourth Former is the winner of the Miss Labour Pageant held...

All systems go for Culturama 2006

By Anastasha Elliott The Mighty Baron of Trinidad is expected to open the Cultural Village this weekend with a performance. His coming helps herald a...

NIA will continue to support Nevis Blues Festival, says Tourism Minister

Press Release NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (June 28, 2016) -- Deputy Premier and Minister of Tourism Hon. Mark Brantley told organisers of the Nevis Blues Festival...

Joy and Melissa to feature in swimsuit calendar

By Suelika N. Buchanan Two of St. Kitts top models seek to shake things up this summer. Joy Wilson and Melissa Sebastian are just two of...

St. Kitts Music Festival cut to three nights

By L.K. Hewlett St. Kitts Reporter The St. Kitts Music Festival Committee has confirmed that the four-night festival will be reduced to three nights this June. A...

Winnielle continues on her star trip

By Anastasha Elliott Winnielle Model Management continues to record tremendous growth, said CEO Winnielle Guilbert. She said the agency, now 5-years-old, is gaining exposure both internationally...

CFBC showcases what’s in and hot in Fashion File

By Suelika N. Buchanan The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College will be holding a fashion show at 6 p.m. on Sunday March 5 at the Ocean...

Conman’s debut album took two years to make

By Saju Ng’alla Connis — a Sandy Point dancehall artist — is destined for great things. Statements like that should not be thrown out lightly, however...

Pan alive and well in Federation

By Klieon John. The steel pan arose in the late 1930s among the African descendants in Trinidad and Tobago. Having very little money, persons had...

Masud mashes down Antigua with reggae

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter One of the most phenomenal reggae artists in St. Kitts and Nevis, Masud Sadiki gave Antiguans a taste of what...

Karaoke Competition Enters Finals

By Suelika N. Buchanan The Observer There are now ten contestants left standing in the O.D Brisbane Smirnoff Ice Annual Karaoke Competition. The finalists are five females;...

2008 ST. KITTS MUSIC FESTIVAL COUNTDOWN

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - The 12th Annual Music Festival is six days away from starting. The event takes place from...

50 Cent fined EC$3,000 for swearing on Music Festival’s stage

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer American rapper Curtis James Jackson, popularly known by his stage name 50 Cent, was this afternoon (Jun....

Friday parade launched Culturama 42, only 13 senior contestants have entered

By Monique Washington Thirteen contestants have entered theCulturama 42 senior pageants and competition this year in Nevis’, two contestants less than participated last year. The theme...

BUJU BANTON ROCKS NEVIS CULTURAMA WITH SUPER PERFORMANCE

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter lesroywilliams@thestkittsnevisobserver.com (Charlestown, Nevis)—It was a night to remember when Mark Anthony Myrie -alias Buju Banton - the Jamaican reggae/dancehall artiste, rocked...

CROWD HEARS WORDS OF WARNING

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - In an age where gangster lyrics seem cool to many youths, Freddie McGregor has advised artists...

Calypso Is In My Blood

By Vernlyn Zakers Queen Anastacia is on a winning roll. Last December she won the National Female Bacchanal crown. In April, at the Easter-Rama Clypso Show, she...

Seven BHS models make the final cut

Seven out of the twelve contestants that competed in the Basseterre High School Top Model Competition has moved into the finals. A semi-finals round was...

Shizzle ma Nizzle! It’s the return of the energy god

By Suelika Buchanan Elephant Man is coming back to St. Kitts, said Lexy Brookes, president of VIP Connected St. Kitts will never be the same again...

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