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Headliners and Occupiers for New Years Private jets discretely fly in and deposit their highend clientele at the BVI airport. Mega yachts vie with sailboats for best anchorage sites in Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke. Most BVIslanders know what the season is – Old Year’s Night at Foxy’s and the “Lucky 2013 “ weekend event with headliners Shaggy and Taurus Riley. New Year festivities begin early on Saturday December 29 with Foxy’s signature Caribbean barbeque at 6:30 pm. The BVIs own Final Faze from Virgin Gorda warms up the evening at the Outback followed by rocking reggae artist, Shaggy and Friends. The JamaicanAmerican singer and rapper came to the reggae forefront when his album Bombastic won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album of the Year in 1996. In 2000 his album Hot Shot went Platinum with hit singles It Wasn’t Me and Angel. The count down for the New Year begins on Monday, December 31, beginning with local favorite Showtime Band. Hot on their heels will be VI “rockalypso pioneers,” West Lindy, who churn out a calypso-infused rock sound. Topping the bill for Old Year’s Night is reggae sensation Taurus Riley, son of veteran reggae singer Jimmy Riley. Riley’s hit album included breakout hit, Contagious as well as Start Anew and Good Girl Gone Bad. As always, Foxy’s will provide an elegant New Year

dinner at the Upper Crust and a bbq buffet on the beach. “Occupy Trellis Bay” if you want to celebrate the end of the old year and the beginning of the new along with a party-going throng of yachtsmen, visiting landlubbers and locals. Located off Tortola’s eastern end on Beef Island, Trellis Bay’s annual New Year’s celebration is a one of a kind event. Themed, “The Masked Ball for Almost All (99%), this occupy movement’s agenda is all about fun. The world famous Fireballs, sculpted by artist Aragorn Dick Read, will be lit at the water’s edge at midnight along with the Burning Man – illuminating the bay along with a fireworks display. In addition there will be the carnival-style moves of the colorful stilt-walking mocko jumbies, music by the Razor Blades fungi band and steel band sounds by the renowned Shooting Stars. With a West Indian buffet and beachside bars serving a steady stream of beverages you won’t go hungry or thirsty. So join the 99% for the people’s party and a very special new years event. – Jane Bakewell


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Ask Koren Your personal E-therapist, is in the house!

Chronic AskComplainer Koren Dear Koren, I don’t see many men writing into your column, but just so you know, some of us read it weekly. I am dating a very nice woman for months now and I’m considering her as a life partner. The biggest problem I have is that she is a chronic complainer. She would take an hour to complain about work, then she moves on to how people read the news and then it’s her ex-husband who she is divorced from 5 years now and it goes on and on. What do I do? I don’t know if I could live with this. –PAP

or stealing or running around, but you have to know what your limits are. If you decide to try to make it work, then you can do any of three things: Set an example for her to follow. Try to be optimistic. When people spend a lot of time together, sometimes they pick up each other’s patterns of interaction and behavior. Bring to her attention how she comes across. Ask her what she can do differently to change her perspective. This way, she learns to hear herself and to take responsibility for her own happiness. Accept what is. If this is the woman you are in love with and your job is to listen and be a sounding board, then be the best sounding board this world has ever seen and practice problem solving techniques together. A chronic complainer can be irritating but when we practice unconditional love, we learn to accept people for who they are. We learn to look beyond some flaws and treat people the way we want to be treated, while helping them to be better persons in a manner of their choosing.

Dear PAP, Thanks for being a dedicated reader of the column. I have heard many people express that someone would be perfect for them, if only they didn’t have one particular fault. As you know, none of us are perfect and you are on the right path when you ask yourself, “Is this something I can live with”? The good news is, you have made your observations early so you know what you would be getting into. We can’t change others, so if you will constantly nag or pressure her to be who you want, then leave her alone, as you will both be miserable. If you think that since she accepts you with your bad habits, you can overlook hers, then it is worth giving it a go. Someone might say complaining is not as bad as being dishonest

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By Jay Bobbin

Gone but not forgotten 2012: Griffith, Clark, Houston, more long” salute to you, Dick. Larry Hagman: The truly unfortunate irony of the veteran actor’s recent death is that he was just starting his second round of Dallas success as master schemer J.R. Ewing. He’ll also be long recalled fondly for I Dream of Jeannie. Mike Wallace: His tenacious reporting method had its detractors — especially those who were his targets — but the 60 Minutes staple maintained his truly iconic style. Whitney Houston: Music and movies were her mainstays, but the singular singer also made her TV mark on specials, award shows and an update of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Ernest Borgnine: Alternately brutal and likable on the big screen, the Oscar winner milked his more amiable side for his runs in such series as McHale’s Navy and Airwolf — and also for the voice of Mermaid Man on SpongeBob SquarePants. Sherman Hemsley: Certainly “movin’ on up” when he landed an All in the Family spinoff, this stage veteran made George Jefferson the very definition of “feisty.” Chad Everett: The actor’s literal movie-star looks translated well to the series Medical Center and numerous guest appearances including Castle.

As a new year dawns, a tribute to those we’ve lost in the year now ending is merited ... and in 2012, those milestones have encompassed some of the most popular personalities in television history. Andy Griffith: The actor-producer who put Mayberry on the map forever will be remembered as one of television’s most genial personalities, also extending to his run as wily lawyer Matlock. Dick Clark: The number of music stars who owe at least part of their success to the “American Bandstand” maestro is incalculable. Thanks to him, people also enjoy New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, receive American Music Awards and have a greater appreciation of bloopers. Here’s a “so

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By Jane Bakewell

A Few Positive Thoughts for 2013 As we approach the New Year, it is generally a time we take stock of all our hopes and aspirations of the previous year and make a mental accounting. Did we accomplish the goals we set for ourselves? We seem to have a very polarized love – hate relationship with the dreaded New Year’s resolutions. It’s like that diet we know we should be on - that gorgeous new body floats in our mind, but oh the discipline and making changes to get there, couldn’t we just skip over that? But as Alexander Pope, the oft-quoted poet writes in An Essay on Man, “Hope springs eternal in the human breast” (An Essay on Man). There is just something about entering a New Year, a clean slate to write our lives on. We just can’t help thinking the New Year gives us new opportunities, definitely new challenges and yet new choices to be made in how we handle those life hurdles. So this year instead of making New Year’s resolutions that may have a shelf life of 30 days at most, why not incorporate a few positive thoughts that might steer you in a direction of real change. For this, I lift a few tips for a positive New Year from one of the pioneers in the positive thinking movement, Norman Vincent Peale, whose 1952 classic The Power of Positive Thinking is still being published today with over five million books sold worldwide. Many have copied his maxims into their own form of up – beat psychology, but the core principles remain. These include staying positive, expressing grati-

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tude and believing everything happens for a reason. Here are a few other thoughts that might steer the rudder of your mind away from the shoals of negativity and discouragement. Take a morning walk of gratitude mentally listing what you have to be thankful for. Instead of being disappointed about where you are, be encouraged that you are not where you used to be and think optimistically about where you are going. Focus on learning, loving, growing and serving. Most of these ventures take you out of yourself and expand your horizons through giving. Live your life with energy, enthusiasm and empathy, always aware of those who are hurting around you. And finally smile and laugh more. They are natural anti-depressants. Just a slight mental shift towards the positive might alter how you perceive things in 2013. In the words of Norman Vincent Peale, “What the mind can conceive and believe, and the heart desire, you can achieve.”


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By Jan Critchley

New Year’s Eve A star–studded cast features in this eventful movie about New Year's Eve in New York city. The film follows a similar formula as Valentine‘s Day, in that it is a compilation of many people’s lives and how the day affects them in very different ways. So, in a nutshell and without giving away any spoilers, Kim (Sarah JessicaParker) is feeling it hard to come to terms with the fact that her daughter is growing up and wanting to head out with friends to enjoy the celebrations. Claire (Hilary Swank) is in charge of the city's annual tradition – the ball drop on Times Square which has its challenges, but helps her realize what is

both want to have the first baby of the New Year and

really important in life. Laura (Katherine Heigl) is a

win the cash prize. Randy (Ashton Kutcher) is a man

chef looking to make her mark at a record company’s

who's not exactly fond of the holiday and finds himself

exclusive party and whilst creating the gourmet

trapped in an elevator with a neighbor who happens to

delights runs into singer and ex-boyfriend Jensen (Jon

be one of Jensen's back up performers and who

Bon-Jovi) who is performing at the party and deter-

changes his perspective to say the least!

mined to win her back.

And finally there is Sam (Josh Duhamel), son of

Ingrid (Michelle Pfeiffer) is a downtrodden secre-

the owner of the record company who is desperately

tary working at the record company, who decides to

trying to get back to NYC to give his speech at the party.

quit her job after having a near death experience and

However, he has a car accident and since it's a hol-

asks a young messenger, Paul (Zac Efron) to help her

iday, there is no way of fixing it, so he hitches a ride with

fulfill her “bucket list.” Stan (Robert De Niro) is in the-

a family who are heading to the city, which results in

hospital battling with the final stages of cancer and

some unexpected revelations for the handsome bache-

whose only wish is to see the ball drop – however he

lor and a change of plans reminiscent of Sleepless in

gets much more than he ever bargained for.

Seattle and An Affair to Remember. Romance is all

Griffin (Seth Meyers) and Tess (Jessica Biel) are a

around and the film is the perfect stocking filler this

couple, who are expecting a baby and enter into an

Xmas, so top up your wine glass, sit back and enjoy.

unexpected race against time with another couple who

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone!

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY DECEMBER 20, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame > Ice Loves Coco B The First 48 L Auction Kings 7:30 < A Star Shall Rise Raymond Burr stars in a tale about the birth of Christ. > Ice Loves Coco L Auction Kings 8:00 1 Austin Stevens Adventures 9:00 _ ( I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown! ReRun turns to Snoopy and Spike for holiday cheer.

10:00 _ ( CMA Country Christmas Country music stars share holiday traditions and memories. (N) ) Beauty and the Beast , The Iranian Americans Iranian immigrants create new lives in the U.S. ` The Office . White Collar 0 Project Runway All Stars 1 Dogs 101 6 Ice Pilots < A Christopher Classic Christmas A celebration of the Christmas season. B The First 48 D Apocalypse 2012 Fascinating people around the world discover ways to

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protect themselves on December 21, 2012. 10:01 * Person of Interest 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo 6 Ice Pilots L Auction Kings N Wrecked P Rocket City Rednecks 10:31 ` Parks and Recreation 11:00 0 Project Runway Spotlight: Marchesa Behind the scenes at the fashion house co-founded by Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. (N)

FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame B Parking Wars 8:00 1 Austin Stevens Adventures 8:30 B Duck Dynasty 9:00 _ ( Last Man Standing 2 Roots In 1767, 17-year-old Kunta Kinte is kidnapped from Gambia and shipped to America on a slave vessel. 3 The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Women model lingerie at the annual event in New York; performers include Rihanna and Justin Bieber. 9:30 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 9:31 _ ( Malibu Country 9:35 ∏ Wallace and Gromit’s World of Invention 9:50 ∫ Yas Island 10:00 _ ( Back to the Beginning With Christiane Amanpour 10:30 Duck Dynasty 11:00 * Blue Bloods , Christmas at Belmont The annual holiday concert of traditional carols, world music and seasonal favorites.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 2012 7:00 , History Detectives Hollywood’s Top Ten 7:30 B Storage Wars Texas 8:00 1 Austin Stevens Adventures P Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury Inside the greatest battles between man and dragon in Western folklore. 8:30 B Storage Wars N Pimp My Ride 9:00 _ ( Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice Lanny and Wayne race to recover classified North Pole technology. 6 Hurricane Hunters < Time to Remember A young boy witnesses a Christmas miracle. P Alaska State Troopers 9:30 _ ( A Chipmunk Christmas Mrs. Santa helps Alvin celebrate Christmas. Animated. 10:00 _ ( CMA Country Christmas Country music stars share holiday traditions and memories. P Doomsday Preppers 10:30 , The Iranian Americans Iranian immigrants create new lives in the U.S. B Parking Wars N Pimp My Ride 11:00 * 48 Hours ` Law & Order: Special Vic Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide


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Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events

Pre-Christmas Round Up

and the floats will make their way from Long Bush to the Band Stand Grounds glittering with lights at dusk. Expect live music at the bandstand and the Christmas Village will have plenty of food and drinks on sale. Guitarist and popular entertainer Kap Eye starts the Happy Hour fun at Myett’s with a Touch Of Class band picking up the evening tempo at 7:30pm. There will also be a traditional Christmas dinner offered at this idyllic setting by the sea. Blu Restaurant is featuring a Christmas in Paradise late night party beginning at 11pm with a versatile DJ lineup and their infamous “Jello shots.”

There are plenty of musical events to get you into the celebratory spirit of the holidays beginning with an appearance by Quito at Bamboushay Lounge on December 22. The Christmas Eve parties and elegant dinners follow and you may want to start at Blu Restaurant in East End for their Jolly Rancher Edition party on December 24th beginning at 11pm with DJ Poppy Pops and others keeping the tunes going through the night. The mellow sounds of guitarist Rueben Chinnery will accompany a sumptuous Christmas Eve menu at Bananakeet Café. Sebastians on the Beach is rolling out their new menu created by Chef Davide Pugliese and is sure to include some holiday specials.

New Year’s Eve Sailing out of the old into the New Year, there is no lack of venues island-wide to celebrate the occasion. Revellers who like theme parties should head on down to the “Old Year’s Knight – It’s Gonna Get Medieval” party at the Last Resort. Music, madness and mead are promised along with a Medieval-themed banquet. Champagne, fireworks at midnight and live music with the Last Resort band should guarantee a fun night. Enjoy A Pusser’s New Year’s Eve at West End at Pusser’s Landing or at Charlie T’s in Fat Hogs Bay. A special 4-course dinner is offered at $39 and includes Champagne at midnight, party favors and DJ music through the midnight hour. Captain Mulligan’s is hosting their 2013 countdown with performances by VI Showtime band, Unity Sounds and DJ Taz. If in Road Town, stop in at the Grown and Sexy party at Calaloo, Prospect Reef with music by local DJ favorites. For “food-

Christmas Day After a leisurely morning with presents opened and sweet treats indulged in, make your way over to Long Bush for the annual Christmas Day Parade, which starts at 3pm. A real family event the theme this year is “A Jolly, Jolly Christmas,” and floats will include Santa’s Workshop, elves, a gingerbread house and “All things that pertain to a Jolly Christmas,” says organizer Jeanette Boynes. Santa will be there on his sled handing out trinkets for the kids


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live music •events •concerts

THUR - DEC. 20, 27 & JAN 3

SAT. - DEC. 22, 29 & JAN 5



PUSSER’S— Happy Hour from 5-7pm (everyday)

ORIGIN — Sushi & Cocktails from 3-11 daily BAMBOUSHAY LOUNGE — Party at Bamboushay lounge featuring Quito (Dec 22 only) TORTOLA — Annual Christmas Bird Count (Dec 29 only)

ORIGIN — Sushi & Cocktails from 3-11 daily

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Tapas Night MYETT’S — Tapas Night & KapEye ( Dec 27 only)

QUITO’S — Live music by Quito solo

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Lobster Mania & KapEye (Dec 22 & 29 only)

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & live entertainment

FRI - DEC.21, 28 & JAN 4 ROAD TOWN ORIGIN — Sushi & Cocktails from 3-11 daily

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Pizza Night (Dec 21 only) MYETT’S — Pizza & Candyman (Dec 28 only)

WEST END THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

VG & OUTER ISLANDS FOXY’S (JVD) — Pre-New Year’e Eve bash featuring

Shaggy & Friends & Final Faze Band (Dec 29 only)

QUITO’S — Live music by Quito & the Edge WEST END

SUN. - DEC. 23, 30 & JAN 6

THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito


Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

MYETT’S — Local Fish Fry w/ Steel Pan 1-4pm &

Candyman from 5pm (Dec 23 & 30 only)

EAST END TRELLIS BAY — Last Full Moon Party of 2012, fun starts

at 8pm (Dec 28 only)

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & live entertainment WEST END


THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Sunday Brunch from 11-2pm

SCRUB ISLAND — BBQ in paradise buffet with live


music 6-10pm

BANANAKEET CAFE — Pimm’s Brunch 10 to 3

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MON. - DEC. 24, 31 & JAN 7 ROAD TOWN PROSPECT REEF — Grown & Sexy New Year’s Eve Party

(Dec 31 only)

SCRUB ISLAND — New Year’s Eve Grand Gala Buffet reservations required (Dec 31 only)


TUES. - DEC. 25 & JAN. 1, 8 ROAD TOWN

NANNY CAY CAPT. MULLIGAN’S — New Year’s Even Party music by

VI Showtime Band, Unity Sounds & DJ Taz (Dec 31 only)

ORIGIN — Sushi & Cocktails from 3-11 daily LONG BUSH — Long Bush Christmas Day Parade from 3pm (Dec 25 only)

EAST END BLU — Jolly rancher Edition Party from 11pm with DJs


Poppy Pops, Push Pop, Chubby & Dre (Dec 24 only) TRELLIS BAY — New Year’s Eve Party with the theme “Occupy Trellis Bay”Fungi & Steelband, Razorbladez & Shooting Stars, Mocko Jumbie, Fireworks & More (Dec 31 only) LAST RESORT — “Old Year’s Knight - It’s Gonna get Medieval” Party with live music, Champagne, fireworks & more (Dec 31 only)

MYETT’S — KapEye at Happy Hour & Touch of Class from 7:30pm (Dec 25 only) MYETT’S — KapEye at Happy Hour & Live Band 7:30pm (Jan 1 only)

WEST END PUSSER’S — Four Course Newy Year’s Eve Dinner

WEST END SUGAR MILL — Christmas Dinner (Dec 25 only)

EAST END BLU — Christmas in Paradise from 11pm with DJs Tre,

Taz & Zion Train Sounds (From ATL) (Dec 25 only)

Tito Puente Jr. @ HLSCC Jan 12 Henry Haid & The Sun Kings @ Myett’s — Jan 11-12 RBVIYC Latitude 18 Halyard Challenge — Jan 12

(Dec 31 only)

WED - DEC. 26 & JAN. 2, 9



MYETT’S — Margarita Mexican night with Candyman


(Dec 24 only)

(Dec 26 only)

Schooner Race — Feb 15-17


HLSCC VI Showcase

MYETT’S — Wacky Wednesday & Candyman

— Feb 16

Farmer’s Week — Feb 1-8

MYETT’S — Old Year’s party with Candyman 5pm, A

Touch of Class 8pm(Dec 31 only)

VG & OUTER ISLANDS FOXY’S (JVD) — Old Year’s Night Party featuring Taurus

Riley with Showtime Band & West Lindy (Dec 31 only)

(Dec 26 only)

Dark & Stormy — Mar 8-11

ELM’S — Pizza & Shepherds Pie & live entertainment

Ringmaster 2013 — Mar 9-10 & 16-17 HLSCC Calypso Showcase ft. David Rudder — Mar 15 Vol. 25, No. 14 -16 • Dec 20, 2012 - Jan 9, 2013

More Island Happenings The Ellis Thomas Downs is the place to be on Wednesday, December 26 for the Boxing Day Horse Races. Post time is 2:00pm. The last Full Moon Party of 2012 will have fireballs aglow at Trellis Bay on December 28th along with the traditional Caribbean buffet and Mocko Jumbies. Early evening music by Cave will be followed by the Razorblades from 8pm until midnight. The annual Christmas Bird Count will take place on Saturday December 29 on Tortola. This is a fun way to explore Tortola and provide a needed service. Contact Nancy Woodfield Pascoe at National Parks at 852-3650 or With a few days breather in between you can still sneak in some last minute shopping by heading over to Last Stop Sports open until 6pm on December 24 with great discounts on their Micargi and Trek Bikes.

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ies,” Scrub Island is offering their New Year’s Eve Grand Gala Buffet and reservations are required. The crowds and boats will be thick at Foxy’s “Lucky 13” Old Year’s Night countdown with reggae headliner Taurus Riley performing along with Showtime Band and VI’s West Lindy. Ticket and ferry transportation combo packages are available at The other big bash will be the “Masked Ball for Almost All” at Trellis Bay with promoters encouraging an “Occupy Trellis Bay” theme. Fireballs will be burning beachside along with entertainment and a fireworks display at midnight.

New Year’s Day Take the rough edge off the “morning after” and head down to Myett’s to enjoy the New Year with KapEye performing for Happy Hour followed with evening music by Evolution band starting at 7:30pm, and a menu with New Year’s Day specials.

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tv specials & highlights SUNDAY DECEMBER 23, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Pyros 7:25 ∫ Eastbound and Down P Border Wars 8:30 B Storage Wars 9:00 , Christmas at Luther: Tidings of Comfort and Joy The choirs of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, present a Christmas celebration with holiday music. (N) 9:30 > Infamous 911 Calls True stories of what happens during 9-1-1 calls. B Storage Wars

10:00 $ La Academia * The Good Wife L MythBusters M Gun It With Benny Spies P Drugs, Inc. 10:30 2 The Soul Man B Storage Wars 11:00 * The Mentalist 2 The Soul Man 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

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MONDAY DECEMBER 24, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame 2 Roots Chicken George wins his freedom; George’s son Tom works for the Confederacy. (Part 5 of 6)

8:00 4 NCIS: Los Angeles 9:00 _ ( Disney Prep & Landing An elite unit of elves ensures homes are prepared for Santa Claus. B Duck Dynasty 9:30 _ ( Shrek the Halls The ogre’s holiday plans go awry when Donkey and the gang join festivities. 2 Roots George Johnson saves Tom’s life; Tom moves his family to Tennessee for a new start. (Part 6 of 6) 10:00 , Christmas at Concordia — Journey to Bethlehem Holiday favorites at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. 10:30 ) Second Star to the Left Returning a special parcel to a little girl. 11:00 * Hawaii Five-0 1 The Dog Whisperer John Rogerson works with problem dogs and teaches owners how to deal with them. 6 Epic Christmas: Alabama Bringing Christmas to hometown heroes who battled wicked weather to help their communities. > Scouted B Duck Dynasty

TUESDAY DECEMBER 25, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame 2 Roots: The Next Generations Alex Haley learns his family history from his grandfather. (Part 5 of 7) 7:30 B Storage Wars 8:00 6 Coast Guard Alaska 8:30 B Storage Wars N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 9:00 _ ( Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas Boris Karloff narrates an animated tale about a curmudgeon and merry Whoville. 10:00 ) Emily Owens, M.D. * NCIS: Los Angeles , Downton Abbey Revisited Cast interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and a preview of what the Crawleys may face. 11:00 * Vegas

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame 2 Queen Queen oversees the devastated plantation, but leaves when she realizes the family will never accept her; Queen is raped by her wealthy white fiance. (Part 2 of 3) 7:30 < A Link in the Chain A retiring college professor reflects on whether he’s made a difference in his students’ lives. 9:00 _ ( The Middle ) Arrow * Elementary , L.A. Holiday Celebration 2010 Highlights of the 50th-annual festivities feature performers representing the county’s cultures. 9:30 _ ( The Neighbors ` Guys With Kids Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide


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tv specials & highlights 2 Queen Queen unknowingly agrees to work for the wife of a Ku Klux Klan leader; despite a happy marriage to Alec Haley, Queen is plagued by emotional instability. (Part 3 of 3) B Duck Dynasty 10:00 _ ( Modern Family 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo 10:31 _ ( Suburgatory 11:00 _ ( Nashville ` Chicago Fire

> LeAnn Rimes An exclusive interview of LeAnn Rimes. B The First 48 L Alaska: The Last Frontier 8:00 B The First 48 L Alaska: The Last Frontier P Alaska State Troopers 9:00 _ ( Happy New Year, Charlie Brown While other members of the Peanuts gang plan a holiday celebration, Charlie Brown reads. 9:30 ` Up All Night 6 Iron Men 10:00 _ ( Grey’s Anatomy ) Beauty and the Beast

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame

, Breakfast Special 2: Revenge of the Omelets Breakfast spots around the country include Big Ed’s City Market Restaurant in Raleigh, N.C. 10:01 * Person of Interest 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo 6 Iron Men > Keeping Up With the Kardashians N Wrecked P Rocket City Rednecks 10:31 ` Parks and Recreation 11:00 1 Dog Whisperer

FRIDAY DECEMBER 28, 2012 7:00 1 My Pet Shame 7:30 < A Star Shall Rise Raymond Burr stars in a tale about the birth of Christ. 8:00 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 8:30 B Duck Dynasty 9:00 _ ( Shark Tank N TORC: The Off Road Championship P Inside the Vietnam War Veterans’ accounts, archival clips and photographs reveal covert operations. 9:30 ` Go On 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6 Sandy: Anatomy of a Superstorm The science of how this hurricane in the Caribbean developed into a devastating Superstorm. > Ice Loves Coco B Duck Dynasty D Crime Inc. L Gold Rush N TORC: The Off Road Championship 11:00 * Undercover Boss 0 Teen Trouble B Duck Dynasty L Bering Sea Gold N TORC: The Off Road Championship

SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 2012 7:00 , History Detectives 6 Sandy: Anatomy of a Superstorm The science of how this hurricane in the Caribbean developed into a devastating Superstorm. 7:25 π Buddenbrooks After the death of his father, a man inherits the family business. (Part 2 of 2) 9:00 * Made in Jersey < The Jeweler’s Shop A play by Pope John Paul II dramatizes the ministry of Christ through his entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. 9:30 6 Iceberg Hunters 10:00 * Made in Jersey ` Chicago Fire 1 Dog Whisperer 4 NCIS 11:00 * 48 Hours > Celebrity Oops: They Did It Again Stories about celebrity mishaps.

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Horse Racing - A Boxing Day Must One of the highlights of the Christmas season in the British Virgin Islands is not the gift giving, the many holiday parties which are as pervasive as guavaberry wine, but the Boxing Day Horse Races at the Ellis Thomas Downs. Horseracing has been described by some, as the most exciting two minutes in sport, and it’s no different here in the BVI where enthusiasm for horseracing rivals that of most any other sport. Horseracing in the BVI goes back to the 1800s and initially was part of the early Emancipation celebrations, which also included church services and community picnics. At one time races were run on the streets of Road Town around Lower Estate – not hard to imagine in a time when there were no cars and the streets

ing. A new modern track was opened to the public in

were unpaved. The present track at Sea Cows Bay was

1998 and in 2009 it was renamed for Ellis Thomas.

built by horseracing enthusiast Ellis Thomas, who in

Horseracing in the Territory has come a long way

1943 purchased land at Albion in the hopes of someday

since those early days, and the scene at the Ellis

building a race track there. It took over a decade, but

Thomas Downs is more like a BVI version of the

his track was finally built and changed the course of BVI

Kentucky Derby. The spectator area inside the track is

sporting history.

filled with smartly attired men and elegantly dressed

The Little A Race Track, as he called it, had no

and lavishly accessorized women. There is no shortage

grandstand, bleachers or even a proper surface. It was

of food and drinks on hand. Today horseracing in the

a bare knuckles race by amateur jockeys and fast hors-

BVI showcases some of the world’s best thoroughbreds

es, which may or may not have been thoroughbreds.

and has expanded to include interisland rivalry

Lack of modern facilities and basic amenities did not

between the BVI and the USVI.

dampen the enthusiasm of the crowd though, who ran

Whether you like to attend the races to show off

down the side of the track cheering on their favorites.

your newest outfit, meet and greet family and friends,

Racing fever was so prevalent in the BVI, that Ellis

or cheer on your favorite horse, the Boxing Day Horse

Thomas successfully lobbied government to have

Races has something for everyone. Post time is 2pm on

August Tuesday declared a special holiday for horserac-

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By Dean Dean “The “The Sportsman” Sportsman” Greenaway Greenaway By

Who will be the 2012 Sol Athletes of the Year? paving the way for the territory’s athletes to compete not On December 28, the BVI Athletics Association will only in the Olympic Games, but the Pan Am Games and hold its 4th Athletes Awards Recognition Gala starting at the Central American and Caribbean Games as well. 7 p.m. at The Moorings. Donation is $50 single and $85 Since then, Athletics and Sailing have sent 25 athper couple. letes to the Olympic Games with athletics having repreThe night will include the naming of the Sol sentatives at every Olympic Games since 1984. Athletes of the Year in Youth, Junior and Senior While the territory has not produced an Olympic Divisions—recognizing athletes for their overall perGames medalist, Taheisa Harrigan-Scott, a two time formance during the season. Olympian, was a 100 meter women’s semifinalist at the Twin sisters Tynelle and Trevia Gumbs—both field 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. event specialists – sprinter Nelda Huggins and half miler Two–time Olympian Keita Cline – the territory’s Lakeisha “Mimi” Warner, are vying for Sol Junior Female most successful junior male athlete will be the guest athlete honors in track and field. speaker. The Athletics Association Olympians 1984Other nominees for the coveted Sol awards are: 2012 are: 1984 Los Angeles: Lindel “Chef” Hodge, Guy Youth Male: Koen Penn, Tahj Malone, Kadeon Potter, “Toby” Hill, Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway and Jerry Sh’ael Lavacia. Female: Arianna Hayde, Izaryah Frett, Molyneaux; 1988 Seoul: Lindel “Chef” Hodge and Willis Kala Penn. Jr. Male: Khari Herbert, J’Maal Alexander, “Chucky” Todman 1992 Barcelona: Karl “Dub” Scatliffe. Eldred Henry. Senior Female: Chantel Malone, Ashley 1996 Atlanta: Keita Cline, Ralston Varlack, Mario Kelly, Karene King, Tahesia Harrigan-Scott. Todman, Willis “Chucky” Todman, Greg Rymer, Coralea Other categories of awards will include age diviCline and Steve Augustine. 2000 Sydney: Keita Cline sions for outstanding track events and outstanding field 2004 Athens: Dion Crabbe 2008 Beijing, Tahesia events, Road Racing, Cross Country, and Most Improved Harrigan and Eric “Shaq” Athlete and Coach of the Year. Matthias 2012 London: Tahesia The association will also Harrigan-Scott and J’Maal dole out Lifetime Achievement Alexander Awards to its 16 track and field The Athletes Awards Gala, athletes, who have made BVI will be a complete evening of Olympic Games teams between celebrating athletic achieve1984 and 2012. ments as the BVI Athletics The BVI Athletics Association marks its 40th Association was the catalyst for anniversary of affiliation to its the 1980 formation of the BVI governing body, the Olympic Committee. In 1982, the International Association of BVIOC became an International Top: Tynelle Gumbs, Nedla Huggins, Athletic Federations. Olympic Committee member, Bottom: Trevia Gumbs, Lakeisha "Mimi" Warner 27

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tv specials & highlights SUNDAY DECEMBER 30, 2012 7:00 1 Must Love Cats 7:30 6 Lifeguard! 8:30 * 60 Minutes 9:00 , Christmas With Wartburg 2011 The 64th annual holiday concert features the Wartburg Choir and the Wartburg Wind Ensemble. 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Sandy: Anatomy of a Superstorm The science of how this hurricane in the Caribbean developed into a devastating Superstorm. 9:30 * NCIS

2 2012 Soul Train Awards Musical celebration, tribute and performance; Billy Crystal, Kat Graham and Estelle. B Storage Wars 9:45 K Generation of Youth for Christ 10:00 , Masterpiece Classic 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 10:30 * The Good Wife

tv specials & highlights

MONDAY DECEMBER 31, 2012 7:00 1 Must Love Cats 8:00 4 NCIS: Los Angeles > E! Investigates 8:30 B Duck Dynasty

9:00 _ ( New Year’s Rockin’ Eve Celebrates Dick Clark Remembering the legendary television personality. (N) 10:00 * 2 Broke Girls , European Christmas Markets European shops offer holiday treats and crafts. 1 Must Love Cats 10:30 Mike & Molly 10:32 , Sky Island The volcanic Jemez Mountains near Santa Fe, N.M., are isolated from other ranges. 11:00 _ ( Dick Clark’s Primetime New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2013 A bicoastal celebration counts down to midnight. (N) P The Mayan Apocalypse 2012 Prophecies of doom and destruction crop up in all cultures and at all times throughout history.

TUESDAY JANUARY 1, 2013 7:00 0 Dance Moms 1 Must Love Cats 8:00 0 Dance Moms 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit D Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippie Apple from a suburban garage to global supremacy. 9:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) Hart of Dixie 9:30 ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 10:00 ) Emily Owens, M.D. * NCIS: Los Angeles ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 10:01 _ ( Happy Endings 10:31 _ ( Don’t Trust the B—— in Apartment 23 11:00 _ ( Nashville * Vegas < The Footprints of God: Mary, the Mother of God Author and speaker Stephen Ray journeys to Turkey, Israel and Greece.

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2, 2013 7:00 0 Wife Swap 1 Must Love Cats 8:00 0 Wife Swap 4 NCIS K Generation of Youth for Christ L Moonshiners P Border Wars 8:30 B Storage Wars 9:00 _ ( The Middle < The Knights of St. John The global Catholic order was conceived more than 1,000 years ago. π Exile (Part 1 of 2) 9:30 _ ( The Neighbors 10:00 _ ( Modern Family ) Supernatural ` Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 11:00 _ ( Nashville * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation < The Footprints of God: Mary, the Mother of God Author and speaker Stephen Ray journeys to Turkey, Israel and Greece.


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THURSDAY DECEMBER 20, 2012 3:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets (N) 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) M Skiing Audi Birds of Prey: Men’s Super G. 10:00 ; College Basketball Butler at Stanford. (N)

FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 2012 12:00 M Ammo & Attitude 12:30 PM M Ruger’s Adventures 8:00 & College Basketball Western Kentucky at Louisville. ; College Football Saturday Preview 9:30 M The Buck Stops Here With Mike Hanback 10:00 & 8 College Basketball Baylor vs. West Virginia. (N)

SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 2012 1:00 * The NFL Today (N) 1:30 M Fishing With Roland Martin 2:00 & 8 Golf RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship. _ Sports Stars of Tomorrow * NFL Football Regional Coverage. 4:00 & Cycling Tour of Tobago Classic. 5:00 ` Golf ADT Skills Challenge 9:00 & 8 College Football Sheraton Hawaii Bowl — Nevada vs. Southern Mississippi. (N)

SUNDAY DECEMBER 23, 2012 1:00 8 NBA Basketball Boston Celtics at New York Knicks. (N) ; Tennis Champions Series: Los Angeles. 3:30 _ ( NBA Basketball Miami Heat at Dallas Mavericks. (N) 6:00 _ ( NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Los Angeles Lakers. (N) 6:30 8 Sports Science Best Plays of the Year (N) 9:00 8 NBA Basketball Orlando Magic at Oklahoma City Thunder. 9:15 ` NFL Football Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers. (N) 10:00 ; UFC Countdown 141: Lesnar vs. Overeem 11:30 8 NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors. (N)

MONDAY DECEMBER 24, 2012 12:30 PM M Dangerous Game 6:00 & College Football AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl — Missouri vs. North Carolina. 8:30 M NHL Hockey Dallas Stars at St. Louis Blues. Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

9:00 ; Tennis Champions Series: Las Vegas. 9:30 8 NFL Football Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints. (N) 11:30 = NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Golden State Warriors.

TUESDAY DECEMBER 25, 2012 1:00 N Formula One Racing Grand Prix of China. 5:30 & 8 College Football Little Caesars Bowl — Purdue vs. Western Michigan. (N) 6:00 ; Great American Stock Car Series (N) 9:00 & 8 College Football Belk Bowl — Louisville vs. North Carolina State. (N ; Boxing Toshiaki Nishioka vs. Rafael Marquez.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 2012 5:30 & 8 College Football Military Bowl — Air Force vs. Toledo. 8:00 ; UFC Countdown 141: Lesnar vs. Overeem 8:30 M NHL Hockey New York Rangers at Washington Capitals. 9:00 & 8 College Football Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl — California vs. Texas. (N) ; Tennis Champions Series: Las Vegas. 11:00 = NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Sacramento Kings. (N)

THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 2012 1:00 N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: AAA 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 6:30 & 8 College Football Champs Sports Bowl — Florida State vs. Notre Dame. (N) 10:00 & 8 College Football Valero Alamo Bowl — Baylor vs. Washington. ; Sonic Generations of Skate 11:00 M NFL Turning Point (N)

FRIDAY DECEMBER 28, 2012 12:00 M Ammo & Attitude 1:00 & 8 College Football Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl — BYU vs. Tulsa. (N) ; College Basketball UCLA at Stanford. 4:20 & 8 College Football New Era Pinstripe Bowl — Iowa State vs. Rutgers. (N) 7:40 & 8 College Football Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl — Mississippi State vs. Wake Forest. (N) 9:00 ; Boxing Top Rank: Roberto Marroquin vs. Carlos Valcarcel. 11:00 & 8 College Football Insight Bowl — Iowa vs. Oklahoma.


11:30 = NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Los Angeles Clippers. (N)

SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 2012 1:00 & 8 College Football Meineke Car Care of Texas Bowl — Northwestern vs. Texas A&M. * College Basketball Louisville at Kentucky. (N) 3:00 * College Football Hyundai Sun Bowl — Georgia Tech vs. Utah. (N) 4:30 & 8 College Football Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl — Illinois vs. UCLA. (N) _ ( College Football AutoZone Liberty Bowl — Cincinnati vs. Vanderbilt. 5:00 ; College Basketball UCLA at California. (N) 8:30 & 8 College Football Chick-Fil-A Bowl — Auburn vs. Virginia. (N)

SUNDAY DECEMBER 30, 2012 2:00 & 8 PBA Bowling World Championships: Petraglia Division. 5:00 * NFL Football Regional Coverage. (N) 11:00 ; XTERRA Adventures 11:30 & The Dotted Line 11:40 = Instant Replay

MONDAY DECEMBER 31, 2012 2:00 & 8 College Football Capital One Bowl — Nebraska vs. South Carolina. (N) _ ( College Football Outback Bowl — Georgia vs. Michigan State. (N) 6:00 8 2012 Rose Bowl Oregon vs. Wisconsin. (N) 8:00 & College Basketball Texas A&M at Baylor. (N) 9:30 8 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Oklahoma State vs. Stanford. (N) 10:00 & 2011 North American

TUESDAY JANUARY 1, 2013 12:30 PM M Bill Dance Outdoors 5:00 N Barrett-Jackson 2006: The Auctions 9:00 ; College Basketball UCLA at California. 9:30 8 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl Michigan vs. Virginia Tech. 10:00 & English Premier League Soccer Manchester City vs. Liverpool.

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2, 2013 2:00 ; Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports T 4:00 & Outside the Lines First Report 9:00 8 Orange Bowl Pregame ( ; College Basketball Tennessee at Memphis. (N) 9:30 8 2012 Discover Orange Bowl Clemson vs. West Virginia. 10:00 & College Basketball Texas at Iowa State. (N) Christmas/New Year’s Triple Issue

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