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Now in its 24th Year! Jan 5 - 11, 2012 Vol.24, No.16

YOUR FREE GUIDE To our Islands’ Happenings

Island Troubadour

Eric Stone

at Pussers Marina Cay

ALSO THIS WEEK: KapEye @ Myett’s • Full Moon Parties • Hibiscus Society Meeting • Henry Haid & the Sun Kings @ JR


This Week’s Feature Story

KapEye...Back For Eight Season winter home, and he has been entertaining tourists and locals ever since. To date, KapEye has recorded four CDs all of which feature his original songs. His latest, KapEye Halfway There, like his previous two, Set My Soul Free and Just Another Day in Paradise were written after coming to Tortola and you can clearly hear the island beat. Reggae, acoustic and Buffett styles come through loud and clear in contrast to his first CD, Semi which is more reminiscent of his early days in the US. So catch KapEye this season at Myett’s where he plays Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm and grab a keepsake CD at their gift shop. When asked about how it feels to be back he said, "After 10 years I still love coming back to Myett's and playing to the sailing crowd and locals, it’s like coming home."

Over the holidays, after a long day at the beach we headed over to Myett’s and soon we were settled in amongst the crowd enjoying the sunset and the performance by their seasonal happy hour headliner – KapEye. Back for an amazing eighth season, KapEye describes his music as a combination of Jimmy Buffett, classic rock plus a smattering of his own original songs. He jokes that he is a poor man’s Jimmy Buffett…”he got the money and I got the hair.” Born in Philadelphia, KapEye started playing music from an early age. He began with the saxophone, but soon switched to the guitar and harmonica, claiming he could meet more girls this way! After starting a career as an English teacher, he formed a classic rock band called Nighthawk in upstate New York where they opened for groups such as Survivor, Badfinger and the infamous duo Cheech & Chong. After retiring from his “day job”, he came to Tortola where he discovered his own paradise and landed himself a gig at Myett’s in Cane Garden Bay playing the happy hour set. He now calls Tortola his

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Lori Acken

Christi Lukasiak pulls back curtain on Season 2 of ‘Dance Moms’ “A year ago, I was sitting on my porch with a Flip camera talking about how crazy my dance studio is,” says Christi Lukasiak, cuddling her toddler daughter, Clara, while on break from shooting an episode of the runaway Lifetime Tuesday reality hit Dance Moms. “A year later, we’re on national television and heading into our second season!” Fans recognize the bold, blond 30-something as unofficial leader of the four put-upon mothers united by their daughters’ training at the Pittsburgh-based Abby Lee Dance Company — and the dressings-down they are regularly afforded by the company’s largerthan-life dictator of dance, Abby Lee Miller. When the show debuted last July, the mix of preternaturally talented girls thriving as competitive dancers even as the adults around them regularly lost their minds proved irresistible to everyone from dance-obsessed little girls and love-struck little boys to fellow dance moms and vocal detractors. “I’ve always been a fan of reality television, so I think I personally knew what to expect,” says Lukasiak of auditioning for the series with her 10year-old daughter, Chloe. “It’s unnerving to watch because you’re thinking, ‘Oh, my God, I’m really putting myself out there, and I’m letting myself be

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judged!’ But I went into it with open eyes. I do everything full-out — that’s my personality — so I knew I was going to be someone who formed very, very divided camps. People were either going to get me or really, really not get me.” Lukasiak does take umbrage to interviews Miller has given suggesting Abby Lee and her students were never auditioned and only came as a package deal with the nuttiest mothers the producers could find. “The children absolutely auditioned, too,” she says. “I have Chloe’s audition tapes saved on my computer. They needed to make sure that the girls were talented dancers, and I think that they wanted to make sure that the girls were each someone that America could root for, too. I was a little taken aback when (Miller) said, ‘It had nothing to do with the girls’ talent; it was all based on the mothers’ crazy obsessions.’ That may have been her perception, but it wasn’t the truth.”

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Ask Koren Ask Koren Goodbye...Gone But Not Forgotten Ladies and gentlemen as we pull the curtains down on 2011, let us give ourselves a round of applause. We made it and we are now embarking on the adventure that is 2012. The year has ended and we survived it. Often times in the past 12 months, you might have felt as though you were ready to give up. Some of you might have experienced the gnawing pain of losing a family member, you might have felt the betrayal of being cheated on, the overwhelming loneliness of being newly single or the desperate sadness at being rejected time after time. The person might be gone, but the good times spent with them do not have to be forgotten. 2012 is here and we have the hope of new beginnings. Some persons were afflicted with illnesses that caused physical torment and exhausted all their finances. Their bodies became wracked with pain and deformed, yet they survived. Some were healed and the pain is gone, but the trials they endured and the persons who stood by their sides during their ordeal will never be forgotten. Others carry their afflictions with them into 2012 and will continue to fight their battles with the help of their support systems. Mistakes were made. Money was wasted. There were some bad decisions. Some persons indeed had bad experiences during 2011, but that year is finished

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Your personal E-therapist is in the house!

and a new year is looming ahead. The year was not all bad. Many of you graduated from school and are embarking onto new paths. Some are newly in college and some are working. 2011 is gone, but not forgotten as it was a stepping stone to the path of success that you are on now. For those who started new jobs, there is no more writing endless applications and revising resumes, but now that you have that job, you will do your best to ensure that you keep it and continue to excel. 2011 is gone but the lessons learned will not be forgotten. We will use them to become stronger, wiser and to understand ourselves and others a bit more in 2012. Goodbye 2011‌you are gone, but will never be forgotten. Send your questions to askkoren@live.com for answers to your most pressing questions on life. I thank you for your emails in 2011 and I look forward to interacting with you in 2012.

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‘The Finder’ For A January Debut Hart Hanson had a challenging time finding the actor to play the lead in The Finder — premiering on Thursday, Jan. 12, on Fox — but once he found his guy, it was casting love at first sight. For the guy, though, it took some convincing. “I made a big choice not to do an hour,” says Geoff Stults, in a break from filming a hurricane scene in the 10th episode of The Finder, on the 20th Century Fox lot in West Los Angeles. “I said, ‘Don’t even send them my way.’ ” Stults had finally bought a house and didn’t want to be sent off to Vancouver or Toronto or Austin, Texas, or any of the other places hour dramas are shot these days, just to wind up having to come back to Los Angeles when it was over. And that included Miami, where The Finder — set in Key West — was intended to be filmed (the show did do some shooting in Miami but primarily films at Fox). However, the casting people persisted, so Stults read the script, liked it and finally agreed to sit down with Hanson, a witty Canadian who describes himself in his Twitter bio as “slightly cranky.” “I went into the meeting,” says Stults. “I hadn’t shaved since before Christmas. I had a full beard. I was wearing a hat. I looked like a bum. I walked in the door and sat down and started talking to him. Not even two minutes, and I said to myself, ‘Dammit! Two minutes!’ “So I wanted them not to want me to make this decision easy. Hart made the decision that I was Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

his guy.” Stults plays Walter Sherman, an Iraq War veteran who made his name tracking down insurgents, deserters and improvised explosive devices. Unfortunately, one IED found him first, leaving him with brain damage that Walter believes has almost supernaturally enhanced his ability to find just about anything. And just because The Finder has a light tone, that doesn’t mean the show or Stults take Walter’s condition lightly. “My best friend,” Stults says, “is in his third tour right now — two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. He is suffering from PTSD as well, and it’s a real conversation that we have. It’s something that I take seriously because of that. “One of the things I found interesting in our little world of Walter is he believes it’s his injury that allows him to find things. Whether that’s true or not, it’s true to Walter, so that’s what’s important. Those who love him constantly try to get him to seek help. He refuses to do it, because he thinks that if he does, he’ll lose his gift.” In Walter’s inner circle are Leo Knox (Michael Clarke Duncan), his brother in arms, legal adviser and the owner of his favorite bar, and teenage probationer Willa Monday (Maddie Hasson), a particular project of Leo’s. “I’m a father figure to her,” says Duncan. “I don’t want anybody messing with her. ... She’s a very impressionable young woman. I don’t want the ills of the world to affect her. I want to rehabilitate her. “She has a good soul, and I know that about her. Walter believes she’s going to crush my feelings one day. He keeps telling me that.” “I love you down deep,” says Hasson. “I’m just fighting it.” 8


Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events January. The family friendly scene at Trellis Bay has the Moko Jumbies, a yummy Caribbean Buffet from 7pm, live music from the popular fungi band, The Razorblades plus the magical fire sculptures that burn from 9pm. If you are on the north shore, head to Bomba Shack in Capoon’s Bay for 9pm for full on party action till the early hours. Also at Bomba’s – Miri & The Final Faze Band will play each Sunday from 9pm till late and every day Happy Hour is from 5-8pm with live music by Blues One Man Band. Perfect for a swift one after a hard day at the office!

Eric Stone at Marina Cay If you drop your anchor at Pusser’s Marina Cay, then make sure to get ashore for some nautical entertainment with the inimitable Eric Stone (see cover) who sings his songs of sunshine, rum and sailing mayhem every night Sunday to Thursday from 5pm-8pm. With an impressive eleven CDs to his name, Eric, through his music tells stories about a string of island adventures that every sailor dreams of and the music is often described as “Island Americana” or “Rock with a Twist of Lime.” Crowd participation is welcomed, even expected at this fun night out – so put on your best pirate gear, bring the crew and come prepared to join in the party. Landlubbers can catch the ferry from Trellis Bay, free with either lunch or dinner.

Beach Bar Bliss Shake off those end of holiday blues at Nanny Cay and head over to the TGIF party on Friday for happy hour from 4:30pm to 6:30pm with free bar snacks. On Saturday, dance in the sand to Too Smooth Band from 6pm and on both nights there will be a delicious BBQ on the beach from 6:30pm… who said the holidays were over?

The Time Machine Tour Henry Haid and The Sun Kings are performing live their “Time Machine Tour” this Friday and Saturday night at the Jolly Roger. Step into their time machine and travel through the 60s, 70s and 80s with extra pit stops on the way! With costume changes for each era this is going to be one fun gig, so stop by at this West End venue for some fun live entertainment this weekend.

First Full Moon Parties of 2012 If you are missing the party action from over the holidays then look no further as the first full moon parties of the year are happening on Monday, 9th

Hibiscus Blooms Calling all hibiscus lovers, come and pick up

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live music • events • concerts •

NANNY CAY

THURSDAY - JAN. 5

BEACH BAR — TGIF Beach Party & BBQ

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

WEST END

CANE GARDEN BAY

SATURDAY - JAN. 7

MYETT’S — Tapas Night & Live music by Caave Stout QUITO’S — Quito plays solo

JOLLY ROGER — Henry Haid & the Sun Kings

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

NANNY CAY PEG LEGS & BEACH BAR — Both are open for lunch

& daily happy hour; $2 beers.

U.P’S CINEMA — Party with DJ Krusha & Kuga

NANNY CAY BEACH BAR — Too Smooth Band & BBQ from 6pm

CAPOON’S BAY BOMBA SHACK — Daily Happy Hour 5-8pm with

Blues One Man Band

NANNY CAY MARINA — Dave West Memorial

Flotilla from 5pm

CANE GARDEN BAY

VG & OUTER ISLANDS MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 7-9pm

MYETT’S — KapEye Plays 5-7pm sunset happy hour

& WII Bowiling Games QUITO’S — Guest Artist

FRIDAY - JAN. 6 ROAD TOWN

CAPOON’S BAY

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

BOMBA SHACK — Daily Happy Hour 5-8pm with Blues One Man Band

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm U.P’S CINEMA — Party with DJ Kurusha

WEST END JOLLY ROGER — Henry Haid & the Sun Kings

CAPOON’S BAY BOMBA SHACK — Daily Happy Hour 5-8pm with

Blues One Man Band

SUNDAY - JAN. 8

CANE GARDEN BAY

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

MYETT’S — Special Pizza music by Uprising Band

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & Live Entertainment

U.P’S CINEMA — Latin Party with DJ Fuggie

ROAD TOWN

BOTANIC GARDENS — Hibiscus Society Meeting 3pm

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ts • parties • sports • movies and more

NANNY CAY PEG LEGS & BEACH BAR — Both now open for

Lunch; Daily Happy Hour $2 beers

TUESDAY - JAN. 10 ROAD TOWN

UPCOMING EVENTS

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

CANE GARDEN BAY

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

MYETT’S — Clem on steel pans & WII Bowling QUITO’S — Guest Artist

CANE GARDEN BAY

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & Live Entertainment

MYETT’S — Special Pizza Night & KapEye plays

CAPOON’S BAY

QUITO’S — Quito plays solo

Happy Hour BOMBA SHACK — Miri & the Final Faze Band 9pm

NANNY CAY VG & OUTER ISLANDS MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 7-9pm

PEG LEGS & BEACH BAR — Both now open for Lunch; Daily Happy Hour $2 beers

MONDAY - JAN. 9

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 7-9pm

WEDNESDAY - JAN. 11 ROAD TOWN

NANNY CAY Lunch; Daily Happy Hour $2 beers

PUSSERS — Martini Night 6pm. Daily happy hour from 4-7pm. 2 for 1 drinks specials. LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

CANE GARDEN BAY

NANNY CAY

MYETT’S — Mexican night music by Candyman

PEG LEGS & BEACH BAR — Both now open for

QUITO’S — Guest Artist

Lunch; Daily Happy Hour $2 beers

CAPOON’S BAY

CANE GARDEN BAY

BOMBA SHACK — Full Moon Party

MYETT’S — Bushwacker Specials & KapEye at Happy

PEG LEGS & BEACH BAR — Both now open for

Hour

EAST END TRELLIS KITCHEN/CYBERCAFÉ — Full Moon Party

VG & OUTER ISLANDS MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 7-9pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

ELM’S — Pizza & Sheppards Pie Night with live

MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 7-9pm

entertainment

Chris Klein & The Boulevards – Jan 20, 21 HLSCC “Old Time Story” — Jan 20-22 Corky Chamber Blues @ HLSCC — Feb 25 Farmer’s Week — Feb 3-10 Jazz on the Hill — Feb 17, 18 Caribbean Arts & Crafts Festival — Mar 9-14 Ashu Classical Saxophonist @ HLSCC — Mar 10 Caribbean Super Yacht Regatta — Mar 14-17 Diana King Reggae Showcase @ HLSCC — Mar 24

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some tips and meet some new like-minded friends at the next meeting of The BVI Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society on Sunday, January 8 at Fishlock House, J.R. O’Neal Botanic Gardens at 3pm.

Dave West Memorial Flotilla On Saturday, 7th January there is a very special event – the Dave West Memorial Flotilla. It will take place off Nanny Cay and the fleet will gather at 5pm. All boats are welcome to come along and say farewell to Dave in the time-honored mariner’s tradition and please bring flowers and candles to scatter in the water. There will be a “Captains Meeting” at the RBVIYC at 7pm on Friday, 6th December where memorial leaflets and an outline of the event will be available.

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By Jane Bakewell

Dogs – Our Mirror Selves? For true dog lovers, losing a beloved canine companion can be compared to having an arm amputated that is invisible to the world. A vital part of your self has been sliced away and those who see you don’t notice any difference. But you do. Dogs and humans form amazing bonds, and relationships with “man’s best friend” dates back to the domestication of dogs from wolf packs. Dog balancing expert Cesar Milan (The Dog Whisperer), says that he “rehabilitates dogs and trains people.” Dogs, he says need a strong pack leader who sets the boundaries in a calm, submissive state. Unfortunately, it is more human nature to anthropomorphize our pets, endearing them with our own attributes. Often we see them as our mirror selves, so our affection for them often trumps discipline and we are amazed when our voice commands carry no weight. Like Charley Brown’s Snoopy, each dog has a personality and distinctive will all of its own. I had the honor of caring for my amazing island “coconut retriever” Chutney for 12 years. Before, I had always had pedigree dogs; Saint Bernard’s to be specific. But obviously dogs historically bred in the Swiss Alps to find victims lost under vast quantities of snow, weren’t the most practical breed to have on Tortola, although the brandy keg might come in handy.

Chutney was a survivor from birth, the only one of her litter to live. I imagined she needed lots of love, as she didn’t have those other little whelps to cuddle with. From the beginning she was a trailblazer, an Alpha female in every realm, yet she had the softest most penetrating eyes, with a gaze you self-consciously dared not hold too long. She could intuit my moods in a glance, even a slight tonal difference and respond instinctively, before I even knew what I was feeling. She was the first dog I ever saw make the BVI Beacon’s annual best shots of the year issue. She was filmed by a staff member who saw her doing her conch shell trick on the beach, an amazing feat of bringing her front paws together to form a pushing position that sent the conch shell sliding in a rapid groove all the way to the ocean, where she would pick it up and do it all over again. I lived by the beach at the time, which became her domain. One day I came home and she was full of sand and still wet from saltwater and was sporting a plastic, floral lei around her neck. Curious to how she got this, a neighbor confided that a sailboat had anchored in the bay and the cruisers played with her on the beach all day long. At the end they decided to garland her with a wreath for the great time she had given them. What a dog! She crossed the “rainbow bridge” as I have heard it called, near the end of 2011. The best words of comfort I received were from a cousin who said, “You will have other dogs but none will replace Chutney. Be thankful for the good times.” Thank you Chutney, step by step you paw-printed an indelible mark in my heart forever. 13

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By Arlena St. Hilaire

You Again ful PR executive has to make a trip home for her brother’s wedding. What she doesn’t realize is that her brother, Will (James Wolk) is marrying Joanna (Odette Yustman), the girl who tormented her in high school and made her life a living hell. To make matters worse, Marni’s mom Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) recognizes the bride’s highfalutin aunt as her own high school rival. In one of those only in the movies contrivances, Joanna (Yustman) claims to not remember Marni. Thus, Marni sets out to prove that the too good to be true Joanna does remember torturing her and that she’s a phony. No matter how old you are, you never get over high school. You Again is a nonstop laugh fest, in this hysterical reunion of nice girl versus mean girl. Directed by Andy Fickman (Race to Witch Mountain, Reefer

Madness: The Movie Musical) and written by first-timer Moe Jelline, You Again is predicated on the grim notion that you can transform yourself from the ugly duckling into the swan, but you’ll never be free of the ugly duckling whose awkward and ungainly waddle were mercilessly mocked others. Moe Jelline's screenplay in a sense combines two comedy subgenres, wedding and high school reunion movies, and the theory being that such gatherings bring out the worst in people.

You Again is an outrageous comedy featuring an all-star female cast, including Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Odette Yustman, Kristin Chenoweth and Betty White. Kristen Bell (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Veronica Mars) plays Marni; a successLimin’ Times Entertainment Guide

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY JANUARY 5, 2012 7:00 / Hoarding: Buried Alive 0 Project Runway P Wild Justice 8:00 _ ( Charlie’s Angels ) The Vampire Diaries * The Big Bang Theory ` Community D The Coffee Addiction The supply chain trail of coffee, from Peru to the cup. P Murder in the Roman Empire The mystery of who murdered a 10-year-old child in 213 AD. (N) 8:30 & Family Guy * Rules of Engagement ` Parks and Recreation 9:00 _ ( Grey’s Anatomy ) The Secret Circle * Person of Interest , The This Old House Hour 9:30 ` Whitney 2 Let’s Stay Together 10:00 * The Mentalist 10:02 _ ( Private Practice 10:30 > Kendra er the Runway 11:00 / Undercover Boss P Murder in the Roman Empire The mystery of who murdered a 10-year-old child in 213 AD.

LuPone provide details on all the new productions. (N) 8:00 , NOVA / Dateline: Real Life Mysteries P Gang War USA The murder of two innocent men in Greensboro, N.C., leads to a member of a transnational gang. 8:30 * How to Be a Gentleman 9:00 / Dateline: Real Life Mysteries < Teresa de Jesus Teresa battles to start her reformed convent. 10:00 , Masterpiece Mystery! L Alaska: Most Extreme Its large mountains, fierce wildlife and cruel winters make Alaska an unpredictable location. 11:00 / Dateline: Real Life Mysteries L Monsters and Mysteries in Alaska Witnesses tell stories about their encounters with the unknown.

D Coca-Cola: The Real Story Behind the Real Thing Melissa Lee reveals secrets about the world’s mostpopular soft drink. P On Board Marine One Flying, maintaining and protecting the presidential helicopter fleet. 8:31 * 2 Broke Girls 9:00 ) Hart of Dixie / Lottery Changed My Life 9:30 * Mike & Molly 10:00 * Hawaii Five-0 10:01 _ ( Castle 10:30 & Family Guy > The Soup 11:00 B Monster In-Laws P On Board Marine One Flying, maintaining and protecting the presidential helicopter fleet.

SUNDAY JANUARY 8, 2012

TUESDAY JANUARY 10, 2012

7:00 _ ( America’s Funniest Home Videos * 60 Minutes / Extreme Couponing L Gold Rush: Alaska P Drugged: High on Cocaine The science behind cocaine and how it acts on the body. 8:00 _ ( Once Upon a Time * The Amazing Race D Marijuana Inc.: Inside America’s Pot Industry The inner workings of a thriving American marijuana trade. L World’s Dirtiest Man Mike Rowe from “Dirty Jobs” is tested to uncover the unseen creatures that live on the body. P Drugged: High on Ecstasy The highs and lows of ecstasy; recreational ecstasy users. 8:30 2 Reed Between the Lines 9:00 _ ( Desperate Housewives * The Good Wife , Masterpiece Mystery! (PA) D Mexico’s Drug War The shocking conflict between rival drug cartels’ battle over smuggling routes to America. P Drugged: High on Marijuana The science behind cannabis and how it acts on the body. 10:00 * CSI: Miami / Long Island Medium 10:01 _ ( Pan Am 10:30 / Long Island Medium 2 The Game (Part 2 of 2) 11:00 / Sister Wives D Code Wars: America’s Cyber Threat America faces vulnerabilities as a nation online. P Drugged: High on Ecstasy The highs and lows of ecstasy; recreational ecstasy users.

7:00 / The Little Couple 7:30 N Auction Hunters 8:00 _ ( Last Man Standing D Big Mac: Inside the McDonald’s Empire Fast-food company McDonald’s gives CNBC unprecedented access to its headquarters and locations around the world, including China. 9:00 _ ( Dancing With the Stars * NCIS: Los Angeles 9:30 / 19 Kids and Counting 10:00 * Unforgettable P Witness: Disaster in Japan Japan’s massive earthquake and resulting tsunami of 2011. 10:01 _ ( Body of Proof 11:00 0 Wife Swap P Witness: Caught by Disaster Exploring natural disasters using interviews and footage.

tv specials & highlights

FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 2012 7:00 / Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day Kelly Miller plans her big day; a bride made a lasting impression when she went to Kleinfeld. 0 Unsolved Mysteries N Gangland 7:30 D Trading the Globe Tim Seymour discusses the importance of emerging markets for both professional investors and “armchair” traders. 8:00 _ ( Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Part 1 of 2) ) Nikita * A Gifted Man ` The Office 8:20 π Cop Out: Max Final Cut A comedy stars Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan as partners. 8:30 ` Parks and Recreation 9:00 _ ( Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Part 2 of 2) ) Supernatural 10:00 _ ( 20/20 < The Eldest Daughter of the Church Mary Magdalene evangelizes Southern France. (Part 1 of 4) 10:30 > Fashion Police 11:00 0 Reba (Part 1 of 2) 4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation K In Search of the Truth

SATURDAY JANUARY 7, 2012 7:00 , History Detectives / Dateline: Real Life Mysteries 7:30 _ Broadway Backstage: Fall Preview Michelle Charlesworth and Patti

MONDAY JANUARY 9, 2012 7:00 / Cake Boss 0 Unsolved Mysteries K In Search of the Truth 8:00 _ ( Dancing With the Stars ) Gossip Girl

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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11, 2012 7:00 / Long Island Medium 0 Unsolved Mysteries 4 NCIS: Los Angeles 7:30 / Long Island Medium B Storage Wars 8:00 _ ( The Middle * Survivor: South Pacific ` Up All Night D New Age of Wal-Mart The world’s largest retailer tries to reinvent itself. 8:30 _ ( Suburgatory ` Whitney 9:00 _ ( Modern Family * Criminal Minds 9:30 / Extreme Couponing P Rocket City Rednecks 9:31 _ ( Happy Endings 10:00 _ ( Revenge * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation U The Next Iron Chef 10:30 B American Hoggers 11:00 / Extreme Couponing L MythBusters Dirty Dozen N Blue Mountain State P How Hard Can It Be? Vol. 24, No. 16 • Jan 5 - 11, 2012


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By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Recognizing Our Athletes As the New Year begins, it’s not only my first of their athletes. chance to offer greetings to all who read this column, Recognition also helps to inspire athletes to but it’s yet another great opportunity to reflect on the greater performances and since we want to be known last year of sports and sporting accomplishments in the on the international scene, it’s a foundation that can Territory from our athletes. launch them to that plateau. So much has happened within our various sportFor those of us covering sports, the next step is to ing organizations, so much had been achieved as our be able to give the appropriate accolades to all our athmen and women competed, locally, regionally and letes in our various sports, by recognizing their internationally, in tournaments, championships and achievements on the field of play when we write or games. broadcast their names in our reporting. That’s common In some of our sports, statistical data is readily practice in more mature sporting jurisdictions. available, while in others they’ve unfortunately gone by For those who don’t recognize their athletes nor the wayside. haven’t considered it, 2012 gives us yet another opporTwo persons – Irvine “Fletcher” Scatliffe and tunity to do so. The time is right to begin the process. Kenny “Funny” Thomas – had the respective 2011 BVI Those of us in positions leading sports must have the Softball Association and the BVI Basketball Federation vision to go beyond the norm and the courage to follow leagues named in their honor. And the BVI Athletics through. Athletes like recognition. They listen to the Association honored two of its own with Lifetime radio, read newspapers and online publications and Achievement Awards – Rose Phillips, King Adams and like to know their efforts are duly noted. Theda Bucknor Forbes. More of our sports should be This year, again, our athletes will be competing in doing the same. a variety of local, regional and international competiIn all, no less than 14 sports conducted activities tions leading up to the Olympic Games in London. during the 2011 calendar year – Basketball, Cricket, Soon, the various seasons will swing into full Cycling, Football, Horse Racing, Rugby, Sailing, Softball, force. Best wishes to all our athletes in all of our sportSquash, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Triathlon ing organizations. May your year be one that’s injury and Volleyball. free – get the preseason work Three of our sporting organiin – and be filled with thrill and zations – Cycling, Sailing and excitement. Hopefully, at the Athletics – took time out during the end of 2012, all our successful year to recognize their athletes for athletes will be recognized for their performances during the 2011 their myriad of achievements on season. I wish more sporting the field of play. Happy successgroups would see the importance ful and recognition filled New The 2011 Sol BVI Youth, Junior and Senior Athletes of the Year (Photo: Todd VanSickle) of doing the same to get more out Year to all. 17

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THURSDAY JANUARY 5, 2012 12:30 PM M Huntin’ With the Judge 1:00 & 8 SportsCenter (N) ; Soccer (N) M Bill Dance Saltwater (N) N NASCAR Sprint Cup Replay 1:30 M Fishing With Roland 2:00 & 8 SportsCenter (N) M Razor Dobbs Alive 2:30 M O’Neill Outside (N) 3:00 ; The Dan Patrick Show 3:30 M North American Fisherman (N) 4:00 & Outside the Lines First Report 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) ; The I7 (N) 6:00 M Dakar Rally Highlights 6:30 8 Pardon the Interruption M Dakar Rally Highlights 8:00 & College Basketball Pittsburgh at DePaul. (N) M The Best and Worst of Tred Barta 8:30 8 High School Football Under Armour All-America Game. (N) 9:00 ; Tennis Champions Series: Chicago. M City Limits Fishing (N) 10:00 & College Basketball Michigan at Indiana. (N) M Charlie Moore: No Offense 10:30 M World of Adventure Sports 11:00 M NFL Turning Point (N)

FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 2012 12:00 M North American Fisherman 12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 1:00 ; College Basketball Arizona vs. UCLA. 1:30 M Hank Parker’s Outdoor Magazine 2:30 M Bass 2 Billfish (N) 3:00 M Saltwater Experience 3:30 M George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing (N) 4:00 & Outside the Lines First Report 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 8:00 ; Runnin’ With the PAC M CNBC Sports Biz: Game On! (N) 8:30 & Caribbean T20 Tournament Preview 10:00 & Boxing Dyah Davis vs. Alfonso Lopez. (N) N NASCAR Hall of Fame Biography 11:00 M NHL Overtime N NASCAR Hall of Fame Biography 11:30 M CNBC Sports Biz: Game On! 8 NBA Basketball Portland Trail Blazers at Phoenix Suns. (N)

SATURDAY JANUARY 7, 2012 12:00 & 8 Sunday NFL Countdown ; Tennis Champions Series: Chicago. 12:30 PM M Saltwater Experience (N) 3:00 _ The Best of Greatest Sports Legends: Gone But Not Forgotten * Women’s College Basketball Michigan State at Penn State. (N) 5:00 _ ( ESPN Sports Saturday (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

5:30 & MMA Live ` NFL Football AFC Wild-Card Game — Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans. (N) 6:00 & Italian Serie A Soccer 7:00 ; Women’s College Basketball UCLA at Arizona State. 7:30 8 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event. 8:00 & College Football NCAA Division I, Final — North Dakota State vs. Sam Houston State. 9:00 ` NFL Football NFC Wild-Card Game — Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints. (N) 11:00 & Roll Tide/War Eagle

SUNDAY JANUARY 8, 2012 12:00 * Outdoorsman With Buck McNeely 12:30 PM * Sunday Sports Blitz 1:00 , V.I. Horse Races 1:30 M Bill Dance Outdoors 2:00 ; Women’s College Basketball Memphis at Texas-El Paso. (N) 2:30 * College Basketball Wisconsin at Michigan. (N) 3:00 9 Sportsworld, Have Your Say 3:30 & Italian Serie A Soccer N National Arenacross Series Racing Baltimore. (N) 5:30 * NFL Football AFC Wild-Card Game — Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos. (N) 6:00 & Italian Serie A Soccer M Snowmobile Racing Amsoil Championship Series. (Taped) 6:30 ; College Basketball Arizona at USC. (N) 9:00 & 8 NFL PrimeTime (N) 10:00 & 8 College Football GoDaddy.com Bowl — Arkansas State vs. Northern Illinois. (N) 11:30 M Cold War on Ice: Summit Series ’72

MONDAY JANUARY 9, 2012 12:30 PM M Huntin’ With the Judge 1:30 M Majesty Outdoors 2:00 M Seasons on the Fly N German Touring Cars 2:30 M Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine 3:00 N Auto Racing FIA World Touring Car Championship: Portugal. 3:30 M Bill Dance Saltwater 4:00 & Outside the Lines First Report M Snowboarding U.S. Snowboardercross Cup - PGS. 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 5:30 ; Red Bull Kart Fight 6:00 8 Around the Horn (N) M CNBC Sports Biz: Game On! 7:00 & Legends of Cricket 7:50 & Cricket Caribbean Regional Twenty-20 Tournament: Leeward Islands vs. Guyana. (N) 8:00 M Cold War on Ice: Summit Series ’72

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8:50 8 BCS National Championship Pregame (N) 9:00 ; English Premier League Soccer Chelsea vs. Aston Villa. 9:20 8 BCS National Championship Showcase (N) 9:30 8 2012 Allstate BCS National Championship Alabama vs. LSU. (N) 10:00 4 WWE Monday Night RAW (N)

TUESDAY JANUARY 10, 2012 12:00 M The Bass Pros 12:30 PM M Fishing With Roland Martin 1:00 & 8 SportsCenter (N) 1:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 3:00M Americana Outdoors 3:30 M Birding Adventures 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) M Snowboarding Paul Mitchell Progression Session - Team SBX. 6:00 M Dakar Rally Highlights 8:00 & ESPNSoccernet Press Pass 8 College Basketball Georgia at Florida. (N) 8:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) M NHL Hockey San Jose Sharks at Minnesota Wild. (N) 10:00 & 8 College Basketball Ohio State at Illinois. (N) 11:30 ; The Dan Patrick Show M NBC Sports Talk (N)

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11, 2012 12:00 8 SportsCenter (N) M Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine 12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 1:00 ; North American Fisherman M Hank Parker’s Outdoor Magazine N Auto Racing World Rally Championship: Spain. 1:30 ; Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets M Jimmy Houston Outdoors 2:00 ; Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports Racing Des Moines. 3:30 M Bill Dance Outdoors 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) M Birding Adventures 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) 8:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) M NHL Hockey Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals. 9:00 & Year of the Quarterback 8 NBA Basketball Dallas Mavericks at Boston Celtics. (N) ; Tennis Champions Series: Seattle. 9:30 6 Epic Conditions 11:00 ; The Dan Patrick Show


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