Page 1

23 2018 JUN 07 JUN 13

06

RECIPE

Cherry pies

Jesse Ramsoebhag Shop, ship and earn Fun Miles!

Shipping with MyMalls just got more FUN! Go to mymalls.com, create a free account and start shipping today!

Double Fun Miles in the month of June!

16

18

GALLERY

Jetset

MOVIES

Ocean's 8


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 HOROSCOPE

Go Weekly

ARIES

SCORPIO

TAURUS

SAGITTARIUS

CANCER

CAPRICORN

April 20 - May 20 Try not to obsess over what someone said, or didn't say, or might have said but not to you. Communication should be open and transparent this week. Where it isn't, pretend it is. Think the best of what others are saying about you.

Popular Gemini

Iggy Azalea Born: June 7, 1990

FACTS - - - - -

Her real name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly. She was born in Australia. Her father was a painter and comic artist and her mother was a maid. She dropped out of high school and moves alone to Miami to be closer to the hip-hop scene, working illegally before getting a five-year visa. She won a 2014 American Music Award for favorite rap/hip-hop artist.

GEMINI

May 21 - June 20 Someone owes you something. Whether it's money or a favor, you're determined to get the debt paid up. Make allowances for your debtor, however. Life circumstances can interfere with all of our plans. Don't be so hard on people.

2

June 21 - July 22 If you're intent on establishing a new relationship, try not to come across as scary or desperate to your intended partner. You're a little too intense this week. Take a step back and don't be so controlling. Allow the relationship to form naturally.

LEO

July 23 - August 22 Getting healthy is a good thing, but you're pushing your body too far. Whether it's extreme exercise or a narrow and overly restrictive diet, you must loosen it up a little. Be kinder to yourself. If something hurts or makes you miserable, stop doing it.

VIRGO

August 23 - September 22 You're very passionate about a cause close to your heart this week, but you may be putting others off by being too forceful about it. Try gentle persuasion instead of coercion. Lead by example and let people make their own decisions.

LIBRA

September 23 - October 22 Work is going well, so naturally you're keen to make the most of this energy. However, you're in danger or burning out. Make time this week for your family, friends and leisure pursuits. There's more to life than work.

October 23 - November 21 Put your investigative and research skills to good use by looking in-depth into a subject which interests you. Whether you do this formally by starting a course of education, or informally by teaching yourself, you'll benefit hugely from it. November 22 - December 21 Beware of too much passion, jealousy and anger in a relationship. Controlling behaviour is likely to end badly for all concerned, so check your motives. Step away from any abuse immediately and seek professional help if necessary. December 22 - January 19 You're a little obsessed this week over how others see you - but why? If you're happy with yourself, nobody else's opinion matters. And when you're looking in the mirror, remember to look deeper than superficial looks. Appreciate you for who you are.

“Take a step back and don't be so controlling" CANCER -

AQUARIUS

January 20 - February 18 Niggling doubts and strange thoughts may plague you this week, and you may develop a weird fascination or obsession with a particular topic. Pursue it by all means but try to stay within the law in doing so. Don't go to extremes!

PISCES

February 19 - March 20 You're not normally a gambler, but this week's energy may prompt you to indulge in some very risky strategies indeed. Listen to you gut instinct and walk away from anything which seems too good to be true. Take the safer route, always.

Source: new.theastrologer.com/weekly-horoscope/

March 21 - April 19 Normally, when work-life balance is out of step, it's the work end of the equation which needs scaling back. In your case, however, you may need to step up and take on more work now - for your family's sake, as you need to shore up your income.

go_weekly


©Kevin Mazur

GOWEEKLY 23 2018 ENTERTAINMENT

Go Weekly

go_weekly

New couple Ariana & Pete

With this historic distinction, Lamar will receive $15,000, along with the prize. The special honor has previously gone to artists like Bob Dylan, Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and Hank Williams. However, the Compton-born lyricist is now the most commercially successful artist to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for music.

4

J.Lo's surprise During a show of The Chainsmokers at XS Nightclub in Las Vegas, J.Lo surpised the crowd by jumpiny on the stage to sing her hit “Dinero”. On the photo from left to right: Drew Taggart, J.Lo’s boyfriend Alex Rodriquez, Jennifer Lopez, Alex Pall & Russell Westbrook.

Source: usweekly.com, etonline.com

Last week Kendrick Lamar made history when he accepted a Pulitzer Prize for Music for his groundbreaking album DAMN. Lamar became the first hip-hop artist, and the first non-classic or jazz artist, to ever receive this honor.

©Danny Mahoney

Historic Prize for Lamar

Pete Davidson, Saturday Nights Live Star, and pop-star Ariana Grande, announced last May 30th that they are officially a couple. Last weekend supportive girlfriend Ariana was in attendance at her boyfriends stand-up show in Atlantic City. Pete, 24, opened up for David Chapelle’s show, but the comedian didn’t make any jokes about his new relationship. Chapelle has an extremely strict cell phone policy for his shows, but comedian Wil Sylvince was able to get a photo with the couple, and shared it on Instagram before the show started.


Prefer a bank that cares about you?

Vidanova Bank. Bring life back to banking. Let’s face it. You don’t want to feel like a cog in a big corporate machine. That’s why more and more people choose Vidanova Bank, where real human beings care about what drives you, and how they can help you achieve your financial goals. Not banking with us yet? Join Vidanova Bank and give new life to your banking experience. More than just a bank!

vidanovabank.com

2609_VNB_Droids_2018_GoWeekly_177x109mm.indd 2

5/7/18 09:23

For di

Bo biahe ta pagá kaba? E Seguro di Kanselashon di ENNIA ta kubri e riesgo finansiero den kaso ku bo biahe no por sigui, òf si bo mester interumpí bo biahe promé ku tempu. Bo mester sera e seguro di kanselashon por lo ménos 45 dia promé ku salida. Pa mas informashon bishitá bo bróker, ENNIA òf ennia.com/reis.

ƒ 25,-


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 RECIPE

©Nick Evans

Go Weekly

go_weekly

Ingredients - 1 pound fresh or frozen sweet cherries - pitted but left whole if fresh, thawed if frozen - 1/3 to 1/2 cup sugar - 1 tblspn cornstarch - Zest and juice of one lemon - 1 large egg + 1 tblspn water - 1 17-oz. package puff pastry, thawed - Coarse decorating sugar

Cherry Hand Pies 1

Preheat oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment and set aside.

2

Cherry filling: In a colander placed over a bowl, combine the cherries, 1/3 cup of sugar, cornstarch, lemon zest, and juice. Stir to combine and then let it sit for 15 min. This resting time allows some of the juice to drain out of the fruit and will ensure your filling isn’t too liquidly. Add additional sugar if needed.

3

When you’re ready to make the hand pies, unroll one portion of puff pastry and press it out gently to make it even thickness. Cut into 6 even rectangles and place the

6

rectangles on the baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Cut the second sheet of puff pastry into matching pieces.

4

Spoon about two tablespoons of cherry filling onto each rectangle on the baking sheet and then top with the rectangles from the second sheet of puff pastry. Using a fork, crimp the edges of the hand pies to seal them. Cut 2 or 3 slashes on the top of each hand pie with a serrated knife. Whisk together the egg and tablespoon of water and brush over

each hand pie. Sprinkle with coarse sugar, if using.

5

Prior to baking, freeze the pies for 15 to 30 min to chill the filling so it doesn’t explode while baking.

6

Bake for 13 to 15 minutes, rotating once half way through until the hand pies are beautifully browned and puffy. If you are baking completely frozen hand pies, you can move them straight into the oven from the freezer. Add 5 to 6 min onto baking time.

7

Let the hand pies cool before serving. Once cooled, store leftover hand pies an airtight container in the fridge. They will keep for a few days.

Source: simplyrecipe.com

Directions


Go Weekly

GALLERY GOWEEKLY 23 2018

go_weekly

CHECK OU THE WEB T SITE WW

W.GO-WEE KLY.COM

FOR MOR E PICS!

MEO The Ministry of Economic Development held a Democratic Dialogue on May 31st upon the future of Sha Caprileskade. The Government will now use these recommendations as a guideline for long term decisions on this wharf. Photography: Ryan Aniceta

7


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 COVERSTORY

go_weekly

By: Jade Mambre | Photography Jamilla Samson

Go Weekly

Jesse Ramsoebhag Motivational lifestyle coach - Personal trainer Creative sport director – International model

Flipping the script

The story of Jesse, 35, starts with how he was raised by a single mother, six maternal aunts and six uncles in The Hague, Netherlands. Food has always been very important in the Surinamese culture, which he perceived, as his parents are both originally from Suriname, Paramaribo. Throughout Jesse’s childhood

8

healthiness regarding food was not a priority. “We ate food the way we liked it without thinking about the oil, salt and sugar.” This was the reason why he reached 103 kilo at a very young age. Due to his weight, he got laughed at in elementary school and in high school. At one point, he no longer wanted to go through these experiences, and he

no longer wanted people to look at him a certain way. So Jesse, who is now a motivational lifestyle coach, an international model, a creative sport director and a personal trainer, decided to “flip the script.” “I literally decided to motivate myself, stimulate and coach myself to be able to achieve my goals by switching my lifestyle.”


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 COVERSTORY

Journey After a few years of going to the gym and losing weight, Jesse did not want to keep his journey and knowledge to himself. He started to give advice about training, sports, food, lifestyle and mindset. Now, he has experience of working as a trainer for magazines like Cosmopolitan, Flair, Margriet, Grazia and One Magazine. He also worked for Men’s Health USA on an international level for their online platform. Additionally, Jesse has been placed by governments in health projects in The Hague and Rotterdam, Netherlands. “When I speak about sports and health, I speak about passion, about investing in your life and family; being your own 2.0 version.”

Body and Mind Control Over the years, Jesse has been sharing his acquired skills and knowledge with individuals and businesses through his company, Body and Mind Control. He is there to motivate, stimulate and to coach people to become a better version of themselves. He provides prenatal and postpartum trainings; he provides boot camps for children to make them aware of how important health is, while including their parents; he trains people who have stress, and people who want to feel good in their skin. Jesse also assists individuals who want a firm body, those who want to fit in their jeans or skirt, and people who want to work on their emotional state. Controlling the mind is a very essential element of the journey towards being healthy, because “if you kiss the mind, your body will follow.”

9


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 COVERSTORY

Go Weekly

go_weekly

What to expect every two weeks in Go Weekly! Be prepared, as Jesse will be sharing his knowledge and experiences he has gained throughout his journey with you as of June 2018. He will motivate you and give guidelines on how you can optimize your lifestyle. For Jesse, training means to develop your body, making your body stronger and healthier for yourself, your daily activities and your relationships. His plan is to optimize Curaçao on the field of fitness, mindset and lifestyle. He wants to influence the people of Curaçao in a way that they can become aware of where they were, where they currently are, and where they would like to go. Every two weeks, Jesse will be sharing his knowledge with you “about lifestyle, nutrition, training and how you

10

should live in order to live a healthy life” in Go Weekly! Jesse truly believes that he can mean something for Curaçao. His goal is “to create

“If you kiss the mind, you will control the body.”

something beautiful, something big, something good and something that optimizes Curaçao.”

Jesse is someone who is dedicated and wants to invest in Curaçao starting with a column in Go Weekly. He is filled with passion, and visions, and deeply believes that he can take Curaçao to the next level, Curaçao 2.0! Jesse wants everyone to join and be a part of this positive change. “I want everyone to have a Go Weekly in their bag,” because he will be providing a how-to guide about how you can optimize your lifestyle. Get healthy for yourself and your family. Don’t miss out! Jesse’s motto in life: “Let’s invest in that Body and Mind of YOURS”


You shop. We ship. Shopping like a U.S. local has never been easier!

Online shopping at American stores has always presented challenges to those of us living outside the country’s borders. Some U.S. shops don’t ship internationally, others charge exorbitant shipping fees, and the logistics of getting packages through customs is always a headache!

We thought there has to be a better way, and that’s why we created MyMalls - a speedy, hassle-free, premium delivery service from the U.S. to a growing number of select regions around the world. For those who value their time and money, MyMalls is a dream come true!


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 LIFESTYLE

Go Weekly

go_weekly

There are so many reasons to exercise. It’s super-important for your heart, brain, bones, and immune system. And the more you move, the more calories you’ll burn. But exercise will not zero out a high-calorie, bad-quality diet — you just won’t burn enough. What exercising can do: make your metabolism speedier by increasing your levels of testosterone and growth hormone. So kick it up with a three-pronged approach.

Let’s fire up that

metabolism 1 3

Cardio: Doing intervals can be especially effective at raising your metabolic rate and burning fat. It can also produce an afterburn, meaning you’ll continue to zap cals after exercising. To do an interval workout, alternate steady movement (say, a brisk walk) with faster movement (a moderate jog). Aim for 20 to 30 minutes at least three times a week.

“NEAT” movement: That’s

Strength training: Building muscle revs your metabolism. The why: Even at rest, muscle burns four times as many calories as fat, so the more muscle you have, the more you’ll burn. (That’s why men tend to have faster metabolisms — more muscle!) Do at least two weight workouts per week.

12

2

Source: goodhousekeeping.com

“nonexercise activity thermogenesis”: the calories expended by fidgeting during a meeting or running to the water fountain. In one study, those who did lots of NEAT movement burned as much as 2,000 cals more a day! So stroll when you’re on the phone; hit a museum rather than a movie; go to the store instead of ordering online.


1

pa Aruba PromÈ 11 Ticket Entrada premio 250 $ Keshpa 2 anochi (General)

2

DI DOS premio

3

500naf Kesh

DI TRES premio

6 Luna 1 Kaha di Stayfree of Carefree

PA PARTISIPÁ KUMPRA 2 PAKI DI CAREFREE OF STAYFREE DEPOSITA BO RESIBU DI KOMPRA KU BO NÒMBER I TELEFON NA BO LUGA DI KOMPRA ÒF NA MANRIQUE CAPRILES NA SCHARLOOWEG 17. PA MAS INFORMASHON YAMA 461.2308

* KAMPAÑA BALIDO TE KU 15 DI JUNI 2018. LO ANUNSIA GANADO 19 DI JUNI *


Go Weekly

GALLERY GOWEEKLY 23 2018

go_weekly

CHECK OU THE WEB T SITE WW

W.GO-WEE KLY.COM

FOR MOR E PICS!

Jetset Photography: Swendy Martina

15


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 GALLERY

Go Weekly

CHECK OU THE WEB T SITE WW

W.GO-WEE KLY.COM

FOR MOR E PICS!

Meisjes blijven meisjes Photography: Swendy Martina

16

go_weekly


Note: Once published Go Weekly is not responsible for any kind of changes regarding these events.

EVENTS GOWEEKLY 23 2018

PUNDA THURSDAY VIBES JUN 7 10PM CURACAO

PIANO SHOW WITH TICO & FRIENDS JUN 9 8PM HEMINGWAY

THURSDAY GROOVES JUN 7 10PM OMUNDO

SHOWTIME SATURDAYS JUN 9 8PM EMPRIO GRAND CAFÉ

REGGAE NIGHT JUN 7 9PM GRAND CAFÉ MAHAAI

URBAN LATIN NIGHT JUN 9 10PM MOJITOS & BITES

FULL MOON PARTY JUN 8 10PM KOKOMO BEACH

CURACAO COLOR WALK 2018 JUN 10 6:30AM CURACAO

LEGENDS JUN 8 10PM CLUB X MAMBO

DJ AT THE POOL JUN 10 2PM MADERO OCEAN CLUB

17


Wakeboarding Snorkeling Bumpertubing Waterskiing Motorboating All Inclusive

GOWEEKLY 23 2018 MOVIES

Go Weekly

go_weekly

fun you’ll water

The most have on the

Easy to learn!

NoName watersports Curaçao

All beginners are welcome (5999) 689-7737 or Tel: (5999) 514-4307

FREE Pictures & Instructions

Genre: Crime Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway Rating: PG13

OCEAN'S 8

NoName Watersports Curacao - nonamewatersports@hotmail.com

www.nonamewatersports.com

23:00

EXOTIC SHOWS

LADIES NIGHT

Five years, eight months, 12 days and counting -- that's how long Debbie Ocean has been devising the biggest heist of her life. She knows what it's going to take -- a team of the best people in the field, starting with her partner-in-crime Lou Miller. Together, they recruit a crew of specialists, including jeweler Amita, street con Constance, suburban mom Tammy, hacker Nine Ball, and fashion designer Rose. Their target -- a necklace that's worth more than $150 million.

WITH MALE STRIPPERS

Daily: 17:30, 20:15, 22:00 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 15:00 Late Show Fri & Sat: 23:00

OPEN 24/7

Daily: 16:45, 19:15, 21:45 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 15:15

SERU FORTUNAWEG Z/N +5999 844-8422 WWW.CAMPOALEGRE-CURACAO.COM /CAMPO ALEGRE CURACAO

THURSDAY, JUNE 07 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 2018 Once published Go Weekly is not responsible for any kind of changes regarding these movies.


Go Weekly

MOVIES GOWEEKLY 23 2018

go_weekly

LOVING PABLO

BAD SAMARITAN

DEADPOOL 2

Genre: Biography/Crime Starring: Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, Peter Sarsgaard Rating: R Daily: 17:15, 20:00 Late Show Fri & Sat: 22:45

Genre: Horror/Thriller Starring: David Tennant, Kerry Condon, Robert Sheehan Rating: R Daily: 17:45, 20:15 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45, 15:15 Late Show Fri & Sat: 23:00

Genre: Action/Adventure/Comedy Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin Rating: R Daily: 21:15 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45 Daily: 19:30 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45

UPGRADE

ADRIFT

DEADPOOL 2 MX-2D Daily: 16:45, 19:15, 21:45 BREAKING IN

Genre: Action/Comedy/Horror Starring: Logan Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel, Harrison Gilbertson Rating: R Daily: 19:00, 21:15 Late Show Fri & Sat: 23:30

Genre: Action/Adventure/Drama Starring: Aaron Kandell, Jordan Kandell Rating: PG13 Daily: 18:15, 21:00 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45, 15:30

SHOW DOGS

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

Genre: Adventure/Comedy Starring: Will Arnett, Vocal voices of Ludacris, Natasha Lyonne Rating: PG Daily: 17:45, 19:45 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45, 15:00 Daily: 17:15 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45, 15:15

Genre: Adventure/Fantasy Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Donald Glover Rating: PG13 Daily: 18:45 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 16:00 SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY MX-2D Sat & Sunday Matinee: 13:45

Genre: Thriller Starring: Gabrielle Union, Billy Burke, Richard Cabral Rating: PG-13 Daily: 17:15, 19:30, 22:15 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45, 15:00 Daily: 17:30, 19:45, 22:15 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 13:00, 15:15 Late Show Fri & Sat: 23:45 OVERBOARD Genre: Action/Adventure Starring: Anna Faris, Eva Longoria, John Hannah Rating: PG-13 Daily: 22:00 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 15:45 AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Genre: Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Josh Brolin Rating: PG-13 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 12:45 Sat & Sunday Matinee: 13:30

=

=

19


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 GALLERY

Go Weekly

CHECK OU THE WEB T SITE WW

W.GO-WEE KLY.COM

FOR MOR E PICS!

Drift show at Festival Center Photography: Ryan Aniceta

20

go_weekly


Go Weekly

GALLERY GOWEEKLY 23 2018

go_weekly

CHECK OU THE WEB T SITE WW

W.GO-WEE KLY.COM

FOR MOR E PICS!

Un kanto pa Korsou Photography: Ryan Aniceta

21


GOWEEKLY 23 2018 COLOPHON

COLOPHON GO WEEKLY YOUR FREE WEEKLY MAGAZINE 23 2018 PUBLISHED BY One Media Group

Go Weekly

go_weekly

Next week in Go Weekly Celebrating 5 years

MANAGING EDITOR Margery Quast margery.quast@onemediagroup.com Phone: 670-7128 SALES & MARKETING OFFICER Evelia Hart evelia.hart@onemediagroup.com Phone: 670-4987 COVER PHOTOGRAPY Jamilla Samson PHOTOGRAPHERS Ryan Aniceta, Swendy Martina GRAPHIC DESIGNER Floor de Monte PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY One Media Group CIRCULATION 15.000 copies every Thursday OFFICE Groot Davelaar 145-147, Curaçao Phone: 737 8088 | Fax: 737 8089 E-mail: goweekly@onemediagroup.com

Stay in touch

One Media Group uses various websites to research the articles printed in Go Weekly. The opinions expressed in the editorial and advertorial content do not necessarily reflect the view of One Media Group. Go Weekly has not authenticated all claims and guarantees offered by advertisers in this magazine. We cannot assume liability for any products or services advertised in this magazine.

22

TALK TO US!

Tell us what you love, don’t love or want to see more of in Go Weekly. goweekly@onemediagroup.com

WE WANT TO KNOW IT ALL!

Word Search Pilates Terms Words can be found horizontally, vertically, diagonally and backwards

T M A

B

C O N

T

S

L

S

G

E

Y

R N

L

P

C N B

A

R

R

E

L

O A

E

E

A

A U

L

G R M E

O

N A H

P

E

L

E

E

L

S

E

L

R

S

E

E

S

G

E

L M O

L

L

E

B

D H R O

P

R

A N D A W A

S

X

R O N T

I

R

R O

L

X

O O

G O R

F

B G C

W R

T

U

E

S

I

M R O

A

R

E

O N

F

A

L

C

J

P

A W D O B

E

C

R U

E

R

S

D H H R

E M U

E

A

R

S

S

P

R

I

N D

E

E

S

I

K

D

R

A O B

S

R O A D

T

E

N G

R S

R

P M U

I

G

K

P

E M P

J

E

A

A

R W A O R

L

T M O N

J

T

Elephant Tower Yellow Reformer Mermaid Springs Blue Breath Jumpboard Control Straps Barrel Leg series Frog Arm work Core Pilates Box Allegro Hundreds


Win a

Chippie FOOTBALL

Register at

www.chippie.cw/futbol to participate

Participate by having an active data bundle during the campaign period. For both prepaid & postpaid customers. Terms & conditions apply.

www.chippie.cw/futbol

Go Weekly # 23, 2018  
Go Weekly # 23, 2018  
Advertisement