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- 08/24/17--10:03: _Regal, Resilient, R...
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- 08/26/17--05:15: _Onion’s on Meads Ba...
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- 09/12/17--13:54: _#AnguillaStrong, We...
- 09/14/17--12:28: _10 Things Learnt & ...
- 10/18/17--08:30: _Relief Items from T...
- 11/19/17--17:16: _Putting the Small I...
- 08/25/17--05:02: Feting ’til Mornin’ Come at Eyes Wide Shut 2017!
- 08/26/17--05:15: Onion’s on Meads Bay at the August Thursday Beach Party
- 08/27/17--05:45: Kaleidoscope of Kolours – Anguilla is MAS!
- 08/28/17--19:12: Anguilla Boat Race Tactics
- 09/12/17--13:54: #AnguillaStrong, Weathering the Storm – Hurricane Irma 2017
- 10/18/17--08:30: Relief Items from TNT to AXA – Yes She Can, Yes She Did!
- 11/19/17--17:16: Putting the Small Island on an International Stage!
Countdown to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival From the brilliance and eloquence of all four Miss Anguilla contestants – who expressed the remarkable impact the 1967 Revolution had on Anguilla and their lives – to the rich Anguillian culture channelled through stylish, modern and intricate ensembles for cultural, costume and
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Countdown to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival “We feting ‘til morning come!” No matter the time of the day, Anguillians love to fete. This year’s Eyes Wide Shut (EWS) “The Hangover” was just as the name implies — literally a hangover! The early morning event, held at the Sandy Ground ball
Countdown to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival Well, ‘Onyan’** Chopped onions can cause tears to roll down one’s cheeks but this ‘Onyan’, along with some Burning Flames, and the local, legendary band, North Sound Brass International, could only have caused tears of joy at the August Thursday Beach Party. Down
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Countdown to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival It’s about that time of the year again! Costumes, paint and confetti coloured the streets as picturesque on the face of the island. Adults and children all came out to witness this epic experience that basically summarises Anguilla Summer Festival 2017. Recommended for
A captain is as good as his crew but the fusion of a well-crafted boat, a strategic captain, a cooperative crew and favourable weather makes for an exceptional racing day in Anguilla! Let me prove to you why the builders of Anguilla’s race boats, their captains and crew deserve
“Find out what happens when top deejays from around the world are marooned on a desert island!” Did you miss it the first time? Will you miss it the second time around?! I bet you not! Recalling the mellow, intimate parties to the hype and crazy ones; take me back!
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Hurricanes are no strangers to the Caribbean but, Hurricane Irma 2017 was not your usual hurricane! There are annual occurrences of these natural disasters usually within the Atlantic Hurricane Season – June 1st to November 30th. However, the most active period of the season begins closer to the end of
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Hurricane Irma might have ruffled our feathers but we’ll shake it off and it definitely won’t dampen our will to succeed as a country. We as Anguillians are prepared to take this ‘setback’ to prepare for a ‘major comeback’. Here are some things Hurricane Irma taught us and others things
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“I can’t believe I’m doing this!” The words burst unbidden from my mouth when I spotted my mode of transport to Anguilla from St Maarten on September 23rd, 2017. This wasn’t my first visit to Anguilla, so I knew I’d have to take a boat across, but I was not
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There are quite a few characteristics that Caribbean people share and the love and appreciation for music is just one of them! Soca and a few other overlooked Caribbean genres are infiltrating the international music scene so much that the international artistes are now sampling and seeking inspiration from Caribbean
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