Corona Two… more than just a beer thought If you have never had the opportunity to read the short story “The secret life of Walter Mitty,” make a grab for it during this period of solitary confinement and enjoy. Okay, it’s not that bad – maybe house arrest would sit better with the greater population.Continue reading “A Time to Play Mask”
A strong case for local cooking utensils Lynda “Lyns” Roberts, of Elvie’s Pottery in Sea View Farm, has sent out a passionate plea to the youth of Antigua and Barbuda, in the hope that they will see the usefulness of maintaining the clay cooking pot culture in the country. “My family story and the valueContinue reading “Clay pots – a dying tradition”
The Barnes Hill Community Development Organization (BHCDO) is reminding citizens and residents of the country that Praedial Larceny is considered a serious criminal offence. Upon conviction, an offender faces a fine of $2,000 and 12 months in prison on the first offence. A conviction on a second offence sees an increase of the fine toContinue reading “Residents warned against Praedial Larceny”
by Timothy Payne Like a bat out of hell I really can’t say, that when I heard of a virus running rampant in Wuhan, China that I expected it to be wreaking havoc in Antigua and Barbuda less than two months later. COVID19 is a beast that knows no limitations, does not respect geographical boundariesContinue reading “Corona …more than just a beer thought.”
The Antigua and Barbuda Environmental Awareness Group (EAG) yesterday donated four hummingbird feeders along with nectar and bird feed to the BHCDO as it continues its efforts to develop a community tourism park around its 1893-constructed reservoir.