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What is the true intention of the Culturama Festival?

Typically held in late July to early August, the Nevis Culturama Festival coincides with the island’s celebration of the emancipation of the slaves, which occurs on August 1st. Slave descendents represent the dominant demographic in the Nevis population, so the celebration of emancipation is important to us as a people.   We as Nevisian people love the fact that Culturama events affords us the opportunity t ...

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The Formation Of Partnerships Is One Of The Most Important Acts To Master If We Are To Progress In Sports.

Beyond The Game advocates the local elevation of sports to a height of seriousness that considers the true potential of the benefits for us in St. Kitts and Nevis.  Social, economic and health benefits awaits us all as a nation should we do what is necessary to progress our development in sports. One of the most important acts toward the achievement of our full potential in sports is the formation of partne ...

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CNN Shark seen in New York City Subway

(CNN) -- Commuters encountered an unexpected passenger when they boarded a New York City subway train early Wednesday: a shark. A still wet 1-and-a-half foot shark carcass was discovered on the floor of a subway car at around midnight in downtown Manhattan. “I thought it was just a plush toy or a prank,” passenger Juan Cano told CNN. “When I saw the teeth that’s I knew it was real, it was no toy.” The shark ...

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Superstar Rihanna to bring world tour to Dominican Republic

Six-time Grammy award-winning, worldwide rock superstar, Rihanna, is bringing her Diamonds World Tour beachside to the Dominican Republic on Saturday, October 26, 2013.  Music lovers staying at the world’s first all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel have the exclusive opportunity to see the Barbados-born diva perform some of her chart-topping hits including “Diamonds.” The fastest-rising single of her career to dat ...

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Over a thousand bags of garbage from St John’s

ST JOHN’S, Antigua- Over 1,000 bags of garbage collected from the streets of St John’s during the 11 days of this year’s Carnival celebration would not be heading to the landfill. Chief Health Inspector Lionel Michael said the material collected represents a significant diversion of waste from the sanitary landfill and that would have a direct impact on prolonging the life of the sanitary landfill. “Conside ...

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