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Kimya tell us
O here at PJM a
Little about you,
S the designer and
how you got started in the fashion
I started my design business in 2000,
but had been designing on an amateur
basis since my early teens. I would
say I am known for my cool and easy
Resort Wear in natural fibres like
Silks, Cottons and Linens.
I am a Barbados Community
College graduate, since 1995, with
an Associate Degree in Fashion
Design, and apprenticed with the
grande dame of Caribbean Fashion -
Trinidadian Claudia Pegus.
Like my designs, I would describe
myself as a true Caribbean native. I
have lived in Trinidad and Tobago,
the British Virgin Islands, Barbados
and of course St Vincent and the
U Kimya! That's absolute-
ly fabulous and most
deserving of your work. So tell
us Kimya, what is your design
focus- what is your muse, your
inspiration to design such won-
As a designer I am most often
inspired by periods of history
and indigenous cultures. The
Kimya Glasgow design con-
cept can range from body con-
scious to loose and flowing, but
the idea is to always to bring out
the natural sensuality and move-
ment of the human form. This
is achieved with natural fabric
such as Dupioni silk, Italian
linen, ramie linen, cotton voile,
cheese cloth and non-traditional
fabrics like burlap, while stay-
ing true to the client's needs of
light and easy pieces.
Grenadines where I was born. Staying true to
t c no doubt that was an the client's needs
Experience from which
you garnered knowledge of light and easy
applicable to your work and learnt
alot from. So where is the focus of pieces."
the Company now?
The Company produces Resort Wear
and Swimwear, Women's Ready-
to-Wear, Men's Ready-to-Wear and
Evening Wear, Traditional and Non-
ere have you showcased
Miami Fashion Week, Caribbean
Fashion Week, St Kitts Fashion
Weekend, Barbados Fashion Week
and Fashion Caribbean St Vincent's
premier Fashion show, and I was
a 2008 Caribbean Fashion Awards
Y ur use of natural fabric
is commendable, with
climate change every
effort towards a "greener" way
of thinking is encouraged by
PJM. So in what ways is the
Kimya Glasgow brand pushing
the eco-friendly focus?
T he Kimya Glasgow
company continues to
pursue natural and eco-
friendly fibres with the express
intention of her core line being
an Eco-luxury line. Natural
fibre production on a whole can
be safer for the environment,
and the company is currently
researching and sourcing even
more environmentally sound
fibres, to create elegant and
nd finally Kimya, as
part of our mission we
focus and support small
businesses particularly those in
the creative industries across the
region such as yours. In what
way, has the Kimya Glasgow
brand done its part to support
the industry locally?
Simya Glasgow is also
a strong believer in
through support of local artisans
and use of local materials for
accessories, as a hallmark of the
Kimya Glasgow brand.g
Fashion Accessories Handcrafted in Jamaica
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Butterfly Cake boxes
Wedding cake (2)
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70 Utensils -each
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5tep fro tAe wzter.
e itor's note
The past months for PJM have been some of
the most challenging. The recession is here,
and we ride the storm as we see so many others
come and go.
As we celebrate our 2nd anniversary we are
::H..l...:.i::, thankful for such milestones. To all our readers,
-omi n eiib bgfor you l....
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PiJgI- Best Fashion Maagaz/ine Coeer 2e00n9 u oath
Nominee. Caril)l)ean Fashion A.% artds Aso
'H MichelleI In tliis issue, as we all gear up those summer bodies for the
.~lNiiy tin, s and and sea in the latest from Tami B Designs. We
inModel:duce our Best New Artist Shermain, along side the
WWW.PAing collections from designers across the Caribbean
including Soka, The Cloth, Tami B Designs and more.
.., .I frequent flyer, we take a trip back to Dominica with
5 Things To Do In Roseau, while enlighting you to a the
\% or1hy cause of the Jamaica Autism Support Association
Nack home in Jamaica. This issue is sleek, sexy and quite a
,cin-,ation! Thank you for all the words of support and do
Model: Allison De Silva; SOKA
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the road. What this means is that lots of til
on planes and in airport departure lounges
PJM suggests some technology ideas for th
female professional that will be sure to a
thing eases your stress, not to mention yo
How many times have you seen a p
cowered over a 15" or even a 17" screen
the airport? While that size may be great fc
your favourite DVD, it's not so glamoro
shoulder at the end of your travel. What v
is a notebook that while its extremely mob
call for a sacrifice of performance, nor styl
Most PC manufacturers including Hewl
(HP), Acer, Toshiba and Sahara have
quite well with ultra-portable notebooks
incredible 8.9" diagonal screen. These not
the new Intel atom processor, offers both
Linux operating systems, are expandable to
RAM and have hard Drive capacities of up
And if you are really into your style, the
a variety of colours: white, blue and yes,
pink. They weigh less than 3 lbs with a ba
up 4 hours. Ladies, this notebook is small
enough to fit in your pocketbook without i
to leave any of your accessories, make up
or in the car. Can I have an Amen!
SQI1 I as for, the TraMelling
Sby Sehon Marshall
ig done on I would go a bit further and specify the brand and
me is spent model of these notebook computers so as to make
. For 2009, your shopping experience for a "tech" product
e travelling as much fun and as simple as shopping for those
it least one fashionable shoes or that really trendy handbag ( the
ur luggage same handbag that this note book will eventually be
carried in). Among this exciting range of products
is the Acer A150, the HP 2133, the Toshiba NB105
professional and the Sahara Image Book 10WCS. With any of
n laptop at these notebooks, you will not have to sacrifice your
r watching "panache" for professionalism nor performance.
us on your
ve all want Then comes the million dollar question. How much
ile, doesn't do these notebook computers cost? The answer...
e. Not a million dollars. These notebook computers
retail for as low as US$ 350.00 to as much as US$
et Packard 800.00 depending on the specifications you may
responded want, but for the average user it shouldn't cost more
sporting an that US$ 500.00 to own one of these exciting pieces
books use of technology. We may be well into the New Year,
Windows or but it's not too late to re-work your New Year wish
up to 2GB list to include that new Notebook you have been
to 160 GB. wanting. But if that doesn't work, ladies, you have
ey come in my unconditional permission to "shop til you drop"
a very hot
ttery life of Happy Tech shopping
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Having Aon the guest list can be crazy. Here
are a few tips:
By Tamar B
So you have decided to create a hot summer event.
The months of June, July and August are great for
pool parties, picnics, barbecues, family reunions,
etc. Deciding on the guest list can be crazy. Here
are a few tips:
CHOOSE A SUITABLE VENUE THAT WILL
ACCOMMODATE YOUR ENTIRE GUEST THE
LOCATION SHOULD OFFER COMFORTABLE
SEATING. CORRECT AMBIENCE ,RESTROOMS E.G.
YOUR HOUSE. A POOL, HOTEL. RESTAURANT
DEVELOPABUDGETANDSTICKTO IT. THIS
IS WILL HELP YOU TO DECIDE WHETHER YOU
WANT SPEND ON INEXPENSIVE REFRESHMENT
OR LUXURY GOODIES FOR A SMALL GROUP OF
DECIDE IF YOU CAN MANAGE ON YOUR
OWN TO COOK ALL THE MEALS OR HIRE A
INVITE PEOPLE WHOSE PERSONALITY
MATCHES THE EVENT YOU ARE HOSTING.
PEOPLE WHO ARE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE
AND SOCIALIZE. EXAMPLE DANCING. SINGING
PLEASE REMEMBER. DO NOT INVITE
FRIENDS THAT DON T GET ALONG AT THE SAME
EVENT THIS COULD CREATE ANIMOSITY.
IT VERY IMPORTANT TO ENTERTAIN YOUR
GUESTS AND PLAN ACTIVITIES THAT WILL WOW
IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE WITH
AN UPCOMING EVENT EMAIL ME AT INFO&
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Models : Rebecca Hadaway & Allison Da Silva
Location: Young Island, St.Vincent
Photographer: Maxin Brown
Description: Pink hand draped georgette skirt with burlap bustier
and white lace & satin halter neck bra top
lie secret to the
success of Tar-
rus Riley, be-
lieve it or not,
i quite simple
"\\elin preparation meets
opporiinitl\". stated a self-
an..ired Rile\. "I've been
surroundedd h\ music all my
S life. NI ftliher is a singer
S and mn mother is a bathroom
S singer" he explains with a
chuckle. "Because I can't
change ihe world, I sing for
the people this is the contri-
htillon I cin make and after
^ I make a ,ong; it isn't even
mine an inmore; it belongs to
Virtually born and steeped in music, Tarrus Riley has
learnt a lot by merely being in the environment of the
music business. He caught on very quickly and so
"voiced my first song at the age of 13". "I've always
loved music; I used to deejay but everyone used to
encourage me to sing. They used to call me "Singy
Singy" 'cause I'm always singing," he said with a
introspective smile. In 2004, Tarrus released his de-
but album, Challenges "I was fortunate to have re-
corded my debut album with an independent label out
Tarrus successfully released his sophomore album in
2006 to widespread acclaim and spawned hit singles
- "Stay With You", "Beware", "She's Royal", "Lion
Paw", among others. "I worked on Parables with
Dean Frazer and I wasn't surprised at the success it
has had, but how fast it all happened", commented a
reflective Riley. "I've known Dean a long time and to
work with him on something as great and historic as
Parables, is an honour", he also said. "Parables was a
confidence builder and has set the foundation for ev-
erything else that I will be bringing to my audience".
The production synergy and musical chemistry be-
tween the two is undeniable. "It is a sight to see us
work together. I sometimes bring my own musical
progression I taught myself to play the piano, gui-
tar and drums. Other times, I follow Dean's lead; the
process is smooth and the product is impressive," Ri-
ley explained with a smile.
"I define myself so I make thought-provoking music
about Black consciousness and experiences. I want
to open people's minds and let them think. My music
isn't prejudiced towards colour, class, creed or na-
tionality," he explained passionately. "I target women
and children with my music because slavery tam-
pered with the woman's mind and that's why I wrote
She's Royal. She's the head of the household so she
has the power to influence the young men and women
of tomorrow," he further explained.
As with everything in life, a firm foundation is al-
ways the safest way to go. Tarrus works with a group
of friends on a movement proudly titled BLAKSOIL
- Bredren Living According King Selassie-I Over-
standing & Iritical Livity. Through this movement,
Riley hopes to further target the consciousness of our
women and children.
Tarrus has consistently been awarded for his contribu-
tion to the industry and for touching the people. "From I
released Parables, I've been getting 'Best Singer of the
Year" or 'Best Song of the Year' awards, both locally and
internationally. But to be honest, the best award I receive
constantly is from the people themselves when I can
look in their faces and see the impression my music has
made that is the Best award I can ever get," he com-
ments genuinely. Nonetheless, Tarrus is the proud holder
of CVM's 15th Anniversary Award, held in February
2009, for the 'Most Admired Song in the Past 15 Years'
for the hit, "She's Royal". "That award really means a lot
to me because it was chosen by the people in the streets,"
he shared keenly.
Some may think that living up to the expectations of the
fans would add pressure to the craft but Tarrus is quick to
say it isn't so. "They are my fans so I can be myself and
make my music freely," he said with humble confidence.
Serving up "brain food" with a third album on the way,
Tarrus is extremely excited. "The new album is titled,
Contagious, produced by Dean Frazer on the Canon
Production label," he announced proudly. The formula,
producing "thought-provoking music", has not been
changed, just tweaked a bit, to deliver the same Tarrus
Riley with his signature melodies.
"I want everyone to catch this album it better than flu,"
he said with a chuckle. "What we do is Contagious; I
believe it's a good word to call upon oneself'.
"My ultimate goal in life is to be a successful business
man and make a positive contribution to Jamaica's indig-
enous music. I want to find peace of mind and be at one
with myself totally. And I want all youths everywhere to
know that they can aspire to mash up the place with posi-
tive music AIM HIGH", he finished like a man speak-
ing from experience.
Enthusiasts can expect a healthy dose of Riley's story-
telling skill via a unique blending of different genres,
coupled with the right mix of collaborations. Songs, such
as "Start Anew" and "Good Girl Gone Bad" (featuring
Konshens) from the album, are currently receiving tre-
mendous airplay and ratings in the streets. The "ear-
candy" Contagious will be released later this year, via
Wevon House. The
|g medley of press,
rnd the public at large.
Foni Braxton, Neo and
reform alongside icons
honoured this year for
as a lot to look forward
in the mix
as on the
Boundaries Series hosted by the Scientific
Research Council involves members of
staff, friends from the universities and
other interested parties. In this series, Dr.
Audia Barnett, Executive Director of the SRC opened
with a warm welcome and a hot serving of delicious
creme of potato soup (developed by the Process &
Development division of the Council).
"Indigenous Aphrodisiacs" was a joint study on sex
enhancers conducted throughout Jamaica.
Roots and herbs in Jamaica is a budding industry as
products are seen to enhance sex generally. In response,
governments over the years have called for investment
in such products, which is a positive initiative espe-
cially in Jamaica which has one the highest early stage
entrepreneurship (20.3% in 2006; up from 17% in 2005,
according to GEM).
The study which was conducted amongst 20 producers
and vendors of sex enhancing products explored claims
made with several interviews which included clients as
In Jamaica, where medical conditions such as sexual
dysfunction are considered "taboo". There is a general
perception that if you take these roots/herbs shows you
are lacking in some capacity.
The study itself relied heavily on what people say how-
ever, some "claims" by producers were validated by the
SRC and from users of the products themselves.
* Demand has grown over the past 5 years.
By Dr. Claudette Williams-Myers
& Francis Kwansa
* 90% of producers marketed & sold products
themselves 1 *
* 10% of producers marketed & sold through ATOd( S1aC S...
* Most products were sold on the beach, on street
comers, in supermarkets and in pharmacies. M yth or R reality
* Most producers were males and worked from
* 85% of producers fully supported themselves
* 45% were self-taught
* 55% apprenticeship (learnt skills from parents
Clients include many
professionals, managers, lawyers,
doctors and professors- primary
use being for more energy and
Roots are typically grown with
no artificial fertilizers. A roots
barrel can remain buried for 52
weeks before being taken out at
sold. One company estimates it
averages 100 cases per day in
sales. A targeted market for this
product is taxi drivers who want
more energy to get them through
* Male (few female users)
* Male and female sex
workers are frequent customers
* Users overwhelmingly
are adults aged 30 to 50 years.
However 18 to 25 year olds use it
to prove their manhood.
* Female customers tend to
buy for their partners
* Older men prefer to use these
natural products over commercialized
ones such as Viagra.
The market is not only supported
locally but also enjoys an overseas
market of Jamaicans and West Indians
living overseas. With its own unique
way of transport and distribution that
cannot be disclosed for legal reasons.
In the tourism industry there is also
a thriving underground market. Word
of mouth clients and hospitality
workers conduct business outside
of the public's eye. However, most
tourists have not yet acquired a taste
for such products.
WHY ARE PEOPLE IN
Overwhelmingly, 35% indicated
family tradition or economic reasons-
all expected to make money. Others
use it as health remedies or to help
out a friend.
WHAT CAN BE FOUND IN
drink cannot keep
KEEP YOUR BACK
KEEP YOU NATURE!
People need energy and they
need sex...."you think if it
didn't work.. .people would keep
Most are a combination of
products- up to 4 to 21 roots in
a drink. There are also molasses,
honey, 'chiney' roots, 'strong
back' and irsh moss. Soursop
is also combined in a variety of
SAY IT ALL
o Hard Drive
o Johnny Get Up
o All Night Long
o Iron Pipe
o Baby in a Bottle
o Front End Lighter
o Stan Stiff
o Sex Marathon
o Rootsy Roots
o Magnum Roots
o Zion Roots
"Several vendors are located at
Products are not just for men,
Medina is said to be good for
women with reproductive issues
as well. It claims of healing are
said to include:
o Clearing of blocked tubes
o Maintaining health of
All clients taking these roots are encouraged to eat right, exercise and sleep well.All vendors take them too.
Some roots can specifically build sperm count, give energy build stamina and sustain drive.
DRINKS CAN ALSO BE TAILORED FOR PERSONS WITH DIABETES AND HYPERTENSION.
r Baba Roots
% oz. dark rum
% oz. light rum
% oz. coconut rum
/4 cup cranberry
/4 cup pineapple juice
1/4 cup grapefruit juice
% oz. orange juice
1 oz. apple juice "
1/4oz. lime juice "
RUN BABA RUN
1oz. over proof rum
1oz. light rum
%/ oz. triple sec
1 oz. pineapple juice
1 oz. orange juice
1 oz. lime iuice
he eclectic decade of the 80's closed with an emerging,
creative and dynamic brother/sister live wire that was to
hit the region by storm and give credit to the adage "the
fashion statement of the Caribbean".
Gary and Dianne Hunt burst upon the fashion scene with an
unparalleled vision igniting the developing fashion momentum with
its newest spark RADICAL DESIGNS.
The label was a bit of a misnomer for the style was not
extreme nor was it exaggerated. It celebrated a look that was
carefree, comfortable and creatively Caribbean. With a philosophy
promoting a distinctive, debonair and dashing style, Radical Designs
fast became the business trailblazers leading the local fashion
cognoscenti with the establishing of several stores here and in
Their enterprising spirit did not go unnoticed for within a decade
they wereadwarded the prestigious national accolade "Entrepreneur
of the year".
^ HBing from humble origins and with a small factory far removed
TW1- 1from the popular local style entrepots, the team triumphed against
these odds and created their own style.
-Always laing the initiative, Radical Designs went on to produce
hallmark fashion showings, with their idiosyncratic style, to packed
houses employing novel presentation techniques with huge casts
Is. The design house parlayed this independent and
styling to outfit many a local celebrity and to endorse
r a duo. with Gary enterprising spirit leading him on to
volvement in the nation's government, Dianne remains
the Radical Designs ship engaging their five stores with
ginal mantra promoting positive energy to all.
face of the global economic challenges Radical Designs
true to form motivating Dianne further to spearhead
Week Trinidad and Tobago (FWTT) now in its second
II in recognition of the awe-inspiring creative energy of our
I fashion mosaic.
to "wait and see." New research shows that when parents
suspect something is wrong with their child, they are
usually correct. If you have concerns about your child's
development, don't wait: speak to your pediatrician
about getting your child screened for autism.
If your child is diagnosed with autism, early intervention
is critical to gain maximum benefit from existing
therapies. Children do not outgrow autism. There is no
cure as yet. Although parents may have concerns about
labeling a toddler as "autistic," the earlier the diagnosis
is made, the earlier interventions can begin. Effective
programs focus on developing communication, social,
and cognitive skills.
Persons with autism may possess the following
characteristics in various combinations and in varying
degrees of severity
Absence or delay of speech and language:
* Repetition of words (echolalia) in place of a normal
* Hand leading to communicate in place of verbal
* Absence of verbal communication.
Difficulty relating to other children and adults:
* Absence of eye contact. (When directly in front
of the child, they may look in every direction, except
at the individual in from of them)
* Apparent aloofness
* Lack of interest in other children and what the
other children are doing.
* Lack of response to verbal requests.
* No response when name is called.
* Avoidance of physical contact (even with parents
* Indifference to others in distress or pain.
* Self-stimulation, spinning, rocking, hand flapping,
* Inappropriate laughter or tantrums for no apparent
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What is the pu
Does it ac(
condone one-night stands;
they've led to awkward
self-loathing (of course I'
with self loathing without s
life, so what's the difference
I'm reluctant to accept "I wa
as the sole reason for a o
stand. Alcohol contributes
behavior or clouds judgme
depressant, it also enhances
emotions. In light of this, t
temporary mindsets we sh
mix with alcohol--minds
make us more vulnerable ai
to a one night stand.
Here they are:
Sex can seem like a quick
loneliness. It's not that
validated when we have sex
nice to know that we are a:
That physical and mental i
while fleeting, is nice in the
that person leaves your li
It's pretty twisted, but sex cai
for revenge. Sleeping with ti
ex's best friend, or some other
T Hl E "strategic" person to hurt someone
else is the M.O. However, using
O F people to hurt other people will
only lead to a bad outcome.
You know those periods in your life
you're more inclined to take risks?
Sex is sometimes risky behavior,
along with drugs, alcohol, etc. It's
rose of unhealthy to take risks that impact
t stand? the body and mind, but it's also
for me DESIRING MENTALITY
ess, and It's not always mental. Sometimes
you just want to get laid.
ex in my Unfortunately, for me, when I want
?). to get laid, I don't. When I don't
feel like getting laid, suddenly
ne night opportunities abound.
to risky LIBERATED MENTALITY
nt. As a You think you're over your ex, so
negative you run out and exercise your rights
here are to freedom. But if you're going to
an extreme, such as having a one
ets that night stand, to prove you're over
d prone someone, then you are probably
not really over them.
CLOSING THE LOOP
There are some people in your life
fix for with sexual tension. Things should
twe feel have happened, but circumstances
but it is didn't permit at the time. All of a
tractive. sudden, you've got an opportunity
intimacy, and you both know you have to
oment. do it. It's all about getting it out of
The mindsets outlined above are
about vulnerability. When we go
Sbe used away from home, feeling lonely, or
hat jerky just got dumped, the vulnerability
feeds the one-night stand
mentalities. The alarming
thing is that there are guys
out there who know how to
sense this mindset in a woman.
They intentionally look for
vulnerable women with sex in
mind, but no intention of dating
or communicating afterward.
The other ingredient, of course,
is animal attraction. But this
attraction lives in us every
day. We only act upon it when
our mentality dictates it. So, I
contend that a one night stand is
90% mental, even though it's a
I have outgrown one night
stands. Sex without connection,
laughter, love, compatibility,
and mutual experience is empty.
This explains why it's awkward
the next day when everyone
comes back down to earth.
Do you agree that one night
stands are mostly mental?
What mentalities would you
add to the list, and what kinds
of experiences have you or
your friends had with one night
stands? Did you ever have any
that turned out well, or didn't
lead to negative self-perception?
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FRO THE FIRST BOOK SUBLSS E BY PJM "A GIRLFRIENDS GUD TO LOE SE &
RELATIONSHIP BY SI WILIASON. TO BE REESED IN DEEME 2009. SPRE-ORDER
Known for her captivating personality
and a voice as smooth as champagne,
this Caribbean ingenue is surely
turning a few heads. Beautiful and
talented, the Antiguan born singing
sensation is about to "blow up"!. Shermain's sultry,
smooth vocals is a breath of fresh air as she belts soft
jazz-like tones that can easily transfer into the steady
groove of Contemporary R&B/Soul and dancehall/
Reggae. A trend setter in many ways, Shermain's
vocal talents has garnered much attention from fans
all around the world.
With performances on the WB 11 and Fox 5 Morning
News an appearance on the Wendy Williams
Experience as well as winning numerous talent shows
in New York City, Shermain decided to take her
career into her own hands. With the help of her sister
and parents, she created TropicGem Records and
embarked on one of the most challenging experiences
of her life Creating and recording her first album.
Shermain became even more focused and driven
at this point and began writing and recording at
Quad Studios and Integrated Studios.
In the Summer of 2005 she released her first trial
single featuring Caribbean Dancehall superstar
Vybz Kartel called "I Came to Show You". The
single was a hit and gained a number one spot on
Caribbean radio stations and Top 10 playlists. That
same year, Shermain was featured on the cover
of Black Hair Magazine U.K. while "I Came to
Show You" was nominated for five National Vibes
Awards (equivalent to the Grammys) copping two
for Dancehall Song of the Year and Pop Song of the
Year. Excited and surprised by the overwhelming
response, Shermain persevered in the studio even
more determined to complete her album.
On May 4th, 2009 Shermain released her album
"My Way, My Style" on the worldwide web
coupled a star-studded "pink carpet launch in New
rk City. The LP, which consists of catchy reggae and dancehall rythmns, smooth R&B/Soul and a touch of
warm, measured ballads, is a true reflection of Shermain as an artist. The much anticipated release has garnered
rave reviews from fans and industry professionals alike and has allowed the budding artist performances on stages
with known artistes such as Wayne Wonder, and Shaggy and also as a guest on the Basia Show.
There is certainly no denying, that this Caribbean bombshell brings a new and refreshing flavor to the industry -
rhythmic and pure in sound, sexy and sassy in style she is ready to take her place on the worldwide stage. Eager to
follow in the footsteps of her fellow Caribbean counterparts like Shaggy, Sean Paul, Rihanna and Sean Kingston
this Caribbean starlet realizes that her time is now. Destined to take the world by storm, this triple threat diva is
ready to show the world what she's really made of!
Burrell says: "The subtle complexities and
of these unique spirits brings out the full fl
the chocolate and vice versa, combining tc
50ml Aged Jamaican Rum
20ml Orange Curacao
20ml Lime juice
20ml Syrup d'orgeat (Almond flavoured syrup)
S 10ml gomme (Sugar syrup)
Method: shake and strain over cracked ice
Glass: double old fashioned
Garnish: Mint sprig
Comment: 'Trader' Vic Bergeron claims to have created this drink for friends
of his at his bar in Oakland, CA. The couple who had just returned from
Polynesia exclaimed 'Mai Tai Roe Ae' meaning "the best, out of this world"
Anyhow this drink was originally made with Wray and Nephew 17 y.o which
is unavailable except for 3 bottles in the hands of collectors. (Including Ian's
which has been valued at 26,000.) http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/
Variation: 'Trader' Vic's mentor Don the Beachcomber might well have
fixed the original Mai Tai, a very different concoction, equal parts Cuban and
Jamaican rums, lime, grapefruit, falemum, grenadine, Cointreau and a dash of
Absinthe. Or if you can be bothered roast some Pineapple and muddle it into
the Vic's recipe above.
50ml White Rum
25ml Lime juice
20ml gomme syrup (Sugar syrup)
8 mint leaves
dash of soda (optional)
Method: add all of the ingredients to a hi-ball glass and swizzle with
Garnish: Mint sprig
Comments: The British navy has been mixing rum, lime, mint and sugar
for over 400 years, however the modem incarnation of this Cuban classic
probably came together during prohibition, when the drinking cultures of
Cuba and America began to merge.
Variations: again, some fresh fruit or different herbs work well, replace the
mint with basil and muddle some strawberries, for example
Visit www.panachejamagzine for the Reggae Rum Punch recipe!
5 m Gol * -* 1
Mehd build in cj-a
Avoid eating out on holidays and Saturday nights. The sheer volume of
customers guarantees that most kitchens will be pushed beyond their
ability to produce a high-quality dish.
2 There are almost never any sick days in the restaurant business. A
waiter with a kid to support isn't going to stay home and miss out on
tips because he's got strep throat. And these are the people handling your
3 When customers' dissatisfaction devolves into personal attacks,
adulterating food or drink is a convenient way for servers to exact
covert vengeance. Some waiters can and do spit in people's food.
4 Never say "I'm friends with the owner." Restaurant owners don't have
5 Treat others as you want to be treated.
6 Don't snap your fingers to get our attention. Remember, we have shears
that cut through bone in the kitchen.
7 Don't order meals that aren't on the menu. You're forcing the chef to
cook something he doesn't make on a regular basis. If he makes the
same entr6e 10,000 times a month, the odds are good that the dish will be a
home run every time.
8 Splitting entries is okay, but don't ask for water, lemon, and sugar so
you can make your own lemonade.
9 If you find a waiter you like, always ask to be seated in his or her
section. Tell all your friends so they'll start asking for that server as
well. You've just made that waiter look indispensable to the owner. The
server will be grateful and take good care of you.
10f. If you can't afford to leave a tip, you can't afford to eat in the
1 restaurant. Servers could be giving 20 to 40 percent to the busboys,
bartenders, maitre d', or hostess.
1 Always examine the check. Sometimes large parties are unaware
that a gratuity has been added to the bill, so they tip on top of it.
Waiters "facilitate" this error.
1 2. If you want to hang out, that's fine. But increase the tip to make up
12 -for money the server would have made if he or she had had another
seating at that table.
3 3. Never, ever come in 15 minutes before closing time. The cooks
13 are tired and will cook your dinner right away. So while you're
chitchatting over salads, your entries will be languishing under the heat lamp
while the dishwasher is spraying industrial-strength, carcinogenic cleaning
solvents in their immediate vicinity.
Heni-relaied illnesc are common.
\ct prc\ eniaile on liol d-i\ .
'lildren and prliennin \\oimen need
lo take \lra i prcacil-iOn1, 10 ;I\oid
. oerlicaliii on da\ ol e\lreme heal.
Ho%% can children be pIRMi
lhlat should I do if ,my child from the effects of extreme heat
las become dehydrated?
" Have the child or infant drink
11find replacement products
Allow for rehydration to take
," 1 1 1 1 "1 1
Hydration Make sure children
are drinking plenty of fluids while
playing outside, especially if they
are participating in sports or rigorous
l a iewfours, over wnicn cnhiaren physical activity. Fluids should
S heat stroke, and oiher shouldd stay in a cool, shaded area be drunk before, during and after
Why re cildrn moe suscepible
to e a ciflu11%i kn i iod alls period% of line in e\Ireme heal.
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thcv \\orien children
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* Derae phsia acivt wae Sode than 60- 5a vidsnun
Lac of ter whe cryin Setrc blo vesSs Nee leag anifnti pre
*Dymuh* 0ak ISil So hopia or car Sve iS th wnos Srpn
ri l .
Bari hldos IPrime Minister David Thompson
tl AnnoiunLccd nhe\\ policy whereby CARICOM nationals
i\\ho une illeMl imminlints WILL BE given until 1st December,
211io,. to iIppl\ foi inmminuiition status or face deportation at the end
Of the 1i1l1es"t\.
o The ininest\ otTifC undocumented CARICOM nationals
\\ho enteied BiiLIdos piloi to December 31, 2005 and have
lemnalned undocumented foi eight years or more, that is, before
January 1, 1998, the opportunity to come into the immigration
Dep irtiment and have their status regularized.
o Pei ction, also have to show evidence of employment, proof
that they have been living here for the stipulated period proof of
any dependents and that they pose no security risk.
o Following the qualifying period, "those CARICOM
nationals without lawful permission to remain in the island will be
o Barbados has stated that these provisions STILL allow
for certain categories of workers to travel throughout the region,
including musicians, university graduates, media workers and
artisans, among others. These persons would have the requisite
national or Caribbean vocational qualifications and the relevant
o The nation's Prime Minister has spoken out strongly against
those Caribbean governments that have commented publicly on his
administration's new immigration policy, saying their reaction was
hurting the regional integration process more than the policy itself.
Why the need for the policy?
* when persons travel to Barbados on a particular work permit,
some have sought to move into a different area of employment.
This, according to authorities, poses a serious problem.
* A need to maintain an adequate level of security in the face
of rising crime and related border security issues.
* With the island's small land mass, in conjunction with
an increase in the illegal immigrant population, posed severe
challenges in the provision of social services, including education,
health, housing and employment.
A REGIONAL RESPONSE
Barbados opposition leader. Mi1a !Iol ,
o She has said that the NtiiCitt prime inisieri 's
statement was unfortunate as it ,iX C I miLi session that the
Barbados government is onl\ cloncei i' ille<,l 0 ininimm nts
in Barbados from Caribbean county i those \\i lie tlicle
from outside of the region, :.ht i, f and North linmeica.
o Many CARICOM ininili icen unLceiemonioslih
removed from Barbados o i thc dill undouIhtedl\ ha\
implications for Barbadian, \\to Tnm in ini the \\ider
o The stated policy of the om Departnment to-
remove the green line at the airport for all r
flights compounds the situation."
St Vincent and the Grenadines Prin st
o Has considered w iNliidIu\\ in i
from the Caribbean Communi ICAr C Si(nA
Market and Economy (CSlM L .
o Expressed concern t'foi the tn
Vincentians, Jamaicans, (mGu\inec.
St. Lucians. The discrimination lie felt X`1* t
and Caribbean neighbours \\ cie not li\ m]i
revised Treaty of Chaguaranmu. '
Trinidad and Tobago Prime NMinister IP.
has distanced himself fioin the diutInc ictit
proposed by his Barbadian cOLintcip.iir to iepoir
undocumented Caribbean nationals before the end of
The Guyana Consulate in Barbados c
that since the announcement of a ne
Immigration policy, many Guyanese are be'
on, some solely based on appearance.
There are reports now that the rush
their status in the country is deliberately de
In addition, there are reports
Barbados Police Force has been raiding the re
of Guyanese at nights under the guise of pick C l p 1
suspected illegal immigrants.
The allegations followed the announLcci t I'
by Barbados Prime Minister David Thliiim'nl
deport any who are undocumented immi ~ nti on tL "
island at the end of the year.
In response to the PNCR allegations, the
Gu i x ci ernment's chief spokesperson, Dr Roger
L unclicon insists that the administration will continue
"rihtmin." it defend the interests of Guyanese
Letters Iroin across the region
I li c hccn following the immigration enforcement
,'n Biilkido0 and I have a few comments:
1 .i om t ciciyn nation they can do what they want;
. t.2Jtlici iination, are likewise free to react in whatever
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East Indians and Africans people must learn to respect
each other, and form political parties that are not politically\
motivated. The hatred for each other must stop. The Europecni
brought both groups of people to work on the colonial
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ld VIII lithat they
l Oil tiln ,,11 dihd. Thie
Siton\ of lo' illL 1 n li 01 on the E niopiea
mlirket .i m.iun 'ot f'ictor foi th.: E.I" iI.nlu -ns
IllC 1101 intlCIC tln._ iI li li _'1 ()'Lal I laIN 111. m \ i1 'l0 c.
f The Bimi'li 011n't Cae too mu111LC aolte file \elfiie of thos.eC
[11o'n'rhl Colonle, .1110 thlCy \\Cie 0 i l indleplendencle.
.n 811foimei c olonies. s ince thex \ \cie \cn in(c0icntcnL'
B ninani' iic not tih t ptiofitable 'IN ain c\|piont |piodict fil
Is ju.t tlio.eC 111,ndl 11n\ moie. die the IS mnl It Ch'liii.ui.ta
l ,t ,t1'1on, 1 ni,, C tir Ial Am lle i Lca.
C, \e1 Th I 4ii \\hein BmiibJihn,1 \\Cie the ntultICi one
plie no i Br.thei ( 'tl i i'lbbcan o'oiuntliie'. includin'._ (i\ 'l la .
1" 0 ( "01 11CI "1.111 111 l C L l iI
.. -1 epticeiLntiiaw. (otf (iiuinar..nc the dJcendaLc ntt, ofi
btlad, iJTl1ts hlii likely. it eeinm thlit the
Bj, 0,41\0w, 1.11iltc hli ,L \\,Ia. The\ cicilte d i better
'l sceiM1o theiiel\hes. IduL t the flict that the\ hJd better
political leCAiCSI it) \ iion. The othei (i ari C'Oil COLi niics
nCx eC hld icl 1~,~ 1,god polilticiai n xith A\ iio n a1 the late
Liiol Baliowrif do.
ati.l ll tit111en t t dine,, Prilm
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iall I think thait Dr Gionsil\es is
xH on"le. i no1 t in the po'itill to dclttieC to the Ba illat.linll
s.. i to J il 1111th the inn11111111i i t 11 iole-l ll.
H' ..s i' 1to nake im'lielf a ,oodl e\ainIplle
1itl1 t" Of C1 1 1 'unti\, and allo i\\ the d emooclitit
f [lfe fair foi all citizenC ofh 111CnOi ,
Scolour.- cIN'' and job ,taitu. Somletilmes
'tt 0 I1 ich bil'111 ot I ,e ltc. il1n' the \\ ilder
Ca illicall, \ 11hle the\ <.ii lN011e i.ue, in his CO nill\ thit
lie nCl 1 to ILddiLC".
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