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Now in its 25th Year! Feb 7 - 13, 2013 Vol.25, No.21

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BVI Festival of Arts Sunday, February 10th ALSO THIS WEEK: Jazz on the Hill Launch Party • Valentine Dinner Specials • Love is in the Air Event Romasco Place

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This Week’s Feature Story

Musical Talent in a Teen Local singer Josef George made his debut at Sir Rupert Briercliff Hall, as the opening act for Gospel singer Bridget Blucher. The surprising fact was that he was only four–years–old at the time! By the age of 11, the young musical prodigy had recorded his first single Tru 2U from his family home studio and the song was getting a lot of airplay on BVI radio stations. In the expanse of the next six years, the self-taught musician has wowed ardent fans in the BVI and the US with his mellow blend of soft R & B and Pop with his own unique sound. Josef grew up in the church, where he first started playing drums, later he taught himself piano, guitar, saxophone and percussion instruments. “I noticed that I had talent, many people encouraged me and I realized this gift of playing by ear was something that God blessed me with,” he said. Josef has many artists that have influenced him, although his first impression was from the “old school music,” including the songs of Stevie Wonder and James Brown. Next came the music videos; High School Sweetheart followed by Magic, where he got a chance to express himself creatively, not just in song but also in choreography. Crooning next to his “romantic obsession” (also the name of his Promo CD) Josef walks

Musician & Singer Josef George

beside her smiling and flirting, throwing in a Michael Jackson spin without losing a beat, and sings of how she has him hooked. At 17, Josef is a natural performer and his relaxed smooth style matches his music. His most recent music video based on his hit single Can’t Get Away is a visual travelogue of the BVI, shot from the bow of a catamaran and emphasizes his VI cultural roots with Reggae guitar rhythms. His concerts in the BVI include opening for UB40 in the 2011 National Parks Trust concert and also as a solo performer in the 2012 BVI Music Fest. Josef’s future plans include finishing high school and then possibly touring with some big names in Hip Hop and Pop. For the talented young performer this aspiration is certainly not out of his reach. Stay tuned for the BVIs next musical ambassador, Josef George. Jane Bakewell


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

ThisAsk Is MyKoren Story Is the life you are living really yours or is it the life of someone else? You will never be truly fulfilled if your life is not based on your purpose for being here. While we cannot completely determine the direction our life takes, we do have some measure of control over our actions. You therefore have the power to write your story because it is your life. Here are three steps to creating your own story and doing your part to have the life you want. 1. Know what you want. You must have some knowledge of what your purpose is in this life. Do you want to be the best teacher the world has ever seen? Are you yearning to be an entertainer? Do you want to be wealthy? To travel the world? Is it your strongest desire to write best-selling books? When you are convinced that a particular thing is what you were born to do, then write your story along those lines. 2. Take action towards it. Having a dream is not enough unless you are willing to work towards it. How can you expect to be successful if you surround yourself with persons who do not inspire, uplift or motivate you? Taking action also means knowing what to do, what not to do and it means knowing when and who to ask for help. 3. Be open to change. You have to be brave enough and smart enough to accept change if necessary. Visualize

Lime ... “to hang around idly” or “to go out on the town.” Source: The Dictionary of Virgin Islands English Creole by the late educator and historian Lito Valls. The Limin’ Times brings you all the news about when and where to “lime” in the British Virgin Islands. Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

what you want your life to be and what steps you need to take to change course. Some changes will be subtle and some will be drastic and you might have to explain to your girlfriend why you don’t want to spend $200 every weekend on clubbing any more or to your boyfriend why you want to start evening school. You might have to tell that married lover goodbye or you might have to ask your supervisor for a transfer to another department. So have fun writing your life story and living it. Include some of your history, whether good or bad, because that helped you to become the person you are today. You have some choice in your future and you have a right to be able to fulfill your purpose as you see it. Send your questions to or follow us on twitter @korennorton and a response will be provided

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By Jane Bakewell

A Love Affair with Metal When I moved to the BVI full time in the early 90s there were not a lot of car models to choose from: a few Land Rovers with steering on the left side, a few Jeeps and a meager selection of vans and trucks. It was comparable to the produce choices at the supermarket: a head of broccoli, some cauliflower and local “ground provision.” After all, a normal sedan on these challenging roads would have scraped the chassis and cruise control is sort of a joke. Now along with our gourmet produce selections from the four corners of the globe, we have designer cars. A Lexus and a Mercedes were unheard of in the islands years ago, now they glide these bumpy roads like they own them. Young island boys can spot a car a mile off and tell you “Oh, that’s a Pathfinder, a Grand Vitara or Wow, check out that Armada.” SUVs rule and most folks don’t mind going to the bank to enjoy the luxury of one of these “queens of the road.” Now my car history has had more humble origins. My first car had only two gears – my feet and a hand to wave cars down. Next I graduated to a used grey Suzuki jeep. I named the car “Big Grey,” but a better name would have been “Old Faithful,” as that car was the Energizer Bunny that wouldn’t quit. Up and over steep hills with many switchbacks, down dirt roads pitted and washed out by the rains, off road on those occasions where there wasn’t a clear path. When I finally sold the vehicle, the engine was still in mint condition, the only

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problem was when I drove I could see the road – under my feet. My next car was an Isuzu truck I named “Buff” again for its color – a slight off white. I used it primarily for my snorkeling day charter business, hauling snorkels, masks and fins along with large coolers with drinks and countless boat parts. I liked the lady in a truck image for a while. Then the business sold and so did my truck. For a long time I had my eyes on a Jeep Wrangler – hearty enough to wade across a low lying road turned into a raging river and haul my 110lb dog in the back. So the “Green Machine” came next – the Safari edition with a hard top. Loved the look and capability, but the gas guzzling (especially with BVI gas prices!) and high step up to get in was not always great for nights out in my “finer threads.” So now the hunt is on again. At least now I have many choices.



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Jay Bobbin

Underwood a Performer, Nominee at 55th Grammys Going back to the Grammys when her husband – Mike Fisher, center for the Nashville Predators – has just gone back to the ice after the end of the NHL lockout, Underwood is pleased about the music world’s past year. The current Grammy field is led by Jay-Z, Frank Ocean, Kanye West, Mumford & Sons, Fun. and Dan Auerbach (of the Black Keys) with six bids each. “Music is so eclectic now, even one kind of music,” Underwood notes. “Tune to a country music station, and you can really hear all different kinds of artists ... people who are more rock-influenced, people who are more pop-influenced and people who are influenced by a little bit of everything. That’s what I consider myself to be. Nobody listens to one kind of music anymore. Look at somebody’s iTunes playlist.” Underwood has gotten used to being an award show host, too, having teamed with Brad Paisley to preside over the Country Music Association Awards the past five years. “With hosting something, there’s just so much more to worry about,” she says. “For Brad and me, we just want it to be a great night - and we have the ability to potentially ruin that great night, so we just really want to do a good job. We always think, ‘There are people tuning in who might not have any idea what country music’s like,’ and we want to present all of us in the best way possible.”

Blown Away is an apt title for the song that Carrie Underwood has scored her two latest Grammy nominations for. The music superstar has earned five of the honors since winning the fourth season of American Idol, and she says she’s thrilled to be in the running again for her most recent CD’s title cut, nominated for best country solo performance and best country song. She’ll also perform when CBS televises the 55th Annual Grammy Awards from Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Sunday, Feb. 10. “It’s the Grammys!” the friendly Underwood enthuses. “Those are something you learn about when you’re a kid, before you even realize exactly what they are. Growing up watching them and seeing all kinds of music coming together for one night to celebrate a great year, it’s a cool thing to be a part of now. It’s just fun to be there and to be a part of history.” That her latest Grammy nominations are for Blown Away is “cool” to Underwood, since “that’s the title of the album and the title of my tour.” After starting it last fall, she’ll resume that tour a few days after the Grammys, with the next leg taking her to Ireland and England in addition to more dates in the U.S. and Canada. “You hope that with each album and each tour, things just get better,” reflects Underwood, who made headlines by giving a youngster his first kiss during her Louisville concert last September. “I just want to move forward, and I feel like the fans really respond to that. There are people who say, ‘I’ve seen one show from every one of your tours,’ and it’s really cool that they keep coming back and we grow together.” Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide



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By Jane Bakewell Ixoro Spa. For a romantic view as the sun sets head up to Bananakeet Café for their Valentine’s Specials menu and a complimentary “Passion Sparkle.” The Pub in Road Town is offering an evening of culture and great food. Listen to the fun rhythms of the Lashing Dogs with a special menu starting at 6 pm. Quito’s Gazebo Bar and Restaurant is offering a host of Valentine menu specials starting at $25 with the evening music provided by Quito. Charlie’s at the Moorings Village is featuring a romantic evening with the mellow sounds of Dalan Vanterpool on saxophone in both solo and duet performances from 7 to 10pm. Reservations are encouraged. Myett’s will bring on the savory dishes, accompanied by saxophonist, Kamau Georges for 7 to 10 pm.

Jazz on the Hill There will be a launch party, a “taste of what is to come” this Saturday February 9th at Mooney Bay for the Jazz on the Hill launch party in Virgin Gorda which is scheduled for the end of April. Musicians performing at this Saturday’s launch concert include jazz trumpeter and New York native Tom Browne, Marlon Abner on steel drums with his jazz rhythms, the popular Virgin Gordabased band Profile and pan jazz entertainer and vocalist, Lynne Hawkins. The $60 ticket fee includes the ferry, concert, a welcome drink and hors d’oeuvres.

BVI Festival of Arts Don’t miss this Sunday, February 10th the opportunity to see featured under one roof over a dozen local artists and artisans showcasing their works at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall. Starting at 4pm there will be an opening ceremony and a chance to interact with the artists. This show is a prelude to the BVI Festival of Arts events, which will be happening throughout Tortola through March 15th.

Valentine Gift Specials Mi Amor Jewellers is the place to shop for a special item of jewelry this Valentine Day. With the purchase of a Parazul bag your lady will also get a pretty and compact travel organizer wallet. Or perhaps she would like a heart charm bracelet from the Prince Charming line at a very special price. Romasco Place is the venue on Friday February 8th between 5 and 8pm with music by DJ Push Pop for the biggest Valentine’s gift ever powered by Lime. Samsung, Nokia and Blackberry phone gift sets are on the evening’s menu along with special diamond earring and ring sets by Mi Amor and discounts on luscious roses by Bella Blooms. Stop by to purchase a special gift for your Valentine at a great price.

Valentine’s Day Round Up Love is in the air and now is the time to pre-book that special restaurant for a romantic evening out. Pusser’s restaurants East and West are offering a special menu from 6pm, with choices of appetizer, entree, dessert, two glasses of Champagne and a very special gift for the ladies, all for $55 per couple! Celebrate Valentine’s Day on Scrub Island with a special menu and as a surprise allow time for a pre-dinner massage for your lady at the


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live music •events •concerts


QUITO’S — Reggae & Jerk night with live music by


Quito & the Edge from 9:30pm

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


ORIGIN — Sushi from 5-11pm

SUGARMILL — Four Strong Plus 7-10pm

FORT BURT — $2 Bud specials daily CANE GARDEN BAY

VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISLAND — Live music and BBQ 6-10pm

MYETT’S — Tapas Night - KapEye sunset


Happy Hour QUITO’S — Happy Hour with Candyman from 4pm & live music by Quito Rymer from 7:30pm

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm ORIGIN — Sushi from 5-11pm


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

MYETT’S — Sunset Happy Hour & Lobster Mania

ORIGIN — Sushi from 5-11pm

QUITO’S — Live Music by Too Smooth from7:30pm

ROMASCO PLACE — Biggest Valentine’s Gift with DJ


Push Pop specials fromMi Amor & Bella Blooms from 5-8pm

THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito


Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito


Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

SCRUB ISLAND — DJ music & dancing 7-10pm

BANANAKEET — Reuben Chinnery on guitar 6pm,

MOONEY BAY (VG) — Jazz on the Hill Launch Party

free daily sunset shots



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MYETT’S — Speciality Pizza Night &


Candyman 5pm until

BRIERCLIFFE HALL — BVI Festival of the Arts 4pm


•parties •sports •movies and more



THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Sunday


Brunch from 11-2pm BANANAKEET —Sunday Pimms Brunch 10am-3pm


ORIGIN — Sushi from 5-11pm CANE GARDEN BAY


QUITO’S — Live music by Quito Rymer from 7:30pm

MYETT’S — Sunday brunch 11am-2pm, Chinese New

MYETT’S— Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras Party & Creole specials

Years Party with specials & Chinese cuisine 5 until



THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito

SCRUB ISLAND — Brunch 11am-3p, pool party

Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

from 2pm & DJ music 3-8pm




ORIGIN — Sushi from 5-11pm

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



THE CLUBHOUSE — at Frenchman’s Mojito

MYETT’S — Margarita Monday with Mexican Specials Candyman 7 until QUITO’S — Creole Night with MJ Blues from 7pm WEST END/ WINDY HILL

Ringmaster 2013 April 13 & 14 - 20 & 21 HLSCC VI Showcase — Feb 16

Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos BANANAKEET — Reuben Chinnery on guitar 6pm, free daily sunset shots CANE GARDEN BAY

BANANAKEET — sunset happy hour 4-6pm,

MYETT’S — Wacky Wednesday Bushwacker specials

Oren Hodge on Guitar 6:30pm,

QUITO’S — Fish Fry with Too Smooth from 7:30pm



SCRUB ISLAND — Live music & Tropical Caribbean

SCRUB ISLAND — Wine tasting 5-7pm, Old San

buffet 6-10pm

Juan cookout 7pm

Sweethearts of the Caribbean Race @ Peg Legs Beach Bar — Feb 15, 16 & 17 Christobel & The Jons @ Myett’s — Mar 1 & 2 Festival of Arts -Taste of BVI — Mar 7 HLSCC Calypso Showcase with David Rudder — Mar 15 Beef Island Race — Mar 10 BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival — Mar 25-31 HLSCC Classical Showcase “Opera”— May 11


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By Arlena St. Hilaire

Loopers Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as (Joe) a lifelong specialized kind of assassin (Loopers), who kills and disposes of people sent back through time by the gangsters of the future. As Gordon-Levitt explains in voiceover, once time-travel has been discovered—a few decades after 2044, when Looper is mostly set—it’s immediately outlawed. Young Joe has had a messed up past, no real parents, and had his lessons on life given to him by a man from the future that handed him a gun and taught him to kill. Needless to say, Joe has issues. He drops designer drugs in his eyes all day, frequents prostitutes, etc. But young Joe also has heart, studies French, dreams of traveling to “better, more sophisticated” places than Kansas, and gets all vulnerable about childhood and parenting with his prostitute lady friend Suzie (Piper Perabo). Somewhere in this stoic hitman there’s a heart – though often it gets buried beneath the selfish ambition to “get his” in life, no matter what the cost. When old Joe (Bruce Willis) arrives, young Joe is confronted by a possible version of himself that understands the world much differently; old Joe has been down the path young Joe is fighting so fiercely to travel – old Joe knows how empty it ultimately is until he finds love. Real love. Old Joe had it for a brief stint of time until his past came back to haunt him as loopers deaths are predetermined and will cost him the love of his life, as well. Old Joe is fighting for love – and he too wants to “get his,” no matter what the cost. To old Joe, the person responsible for taking what was his is someone named the Rainmaker, who is basically the all-powerful telekinetic killer of 2074, controlling everything in society from the government to the citizenry, to the mobs and their operations. Old Joe’s intel

states that it was the Rainmaker who called for the retired loopers to start having their loops closed wholesale – and therefore was responsible for shattering old Joe’s happiness. Old Joe’s plan is to infiltrate the past, locate the Rainmaker (based on hospital records) when he is a young boy, kill him, spare himself and the world a lot of darkness and heartache. Only, old Joe has three names on a list, three children – who could be the telekinetic killer, and therefore he must kill all three. Young Joe lands on a farm after steeling one of the names on the list owned by Sara (Emily Blunt). He hides out at the farm waiting for old Joe to show up so he can kill him. On the farm Sara, a low-level telekinetic who is mother to a genius-level and frighteningly powerful telekinetic child named Cid (Pierce Gagnon), who will one day be the Rainmaker. Young Joe has that vulnerable side and heart opened up by the hard-luck story of Cid and Sara – especially Cid, whose story of violence and loss at a young age is so much like young Joe’s own story. Even when Cid inadvertently blows up a gatman (mob enforcer – Garrett Dillahunt), and Young Joe knows this kid is telekinetic Rainmaker of the future, the compassion he sees Sara showing her son, and the effect it has, marks for young Joe the difference between becoming men like him (and baby-killing future him), and possibly becoming what young Joe secretly always wanted to be – a better kind of man. 15

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2013 7:00 0 Project Runway 1 Must Love Cats 4 NCIS > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami B The First 48 L Property Wars P Doomsday Preppers 7:30 L Property Wars 8:00 0 Project Runway 4 NCIS B The First 48 L Moonshiners P Alaska State Troopers 8:30 ∂ Girls 9:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) The Vampire Diaries * The Big Bang Theory , The This Old House Hour ` 30 Rock . White Collar 0 Project Runway 1 Deadly 60 4 NCIS 6 Iceberg Hunters > The Soup B The First 48 D Mexico’s Drug War The shocking conflict between rival drug cartels’ battle over smuggling routes to America. L Moonshiners N Car Warriors P Alaska State Troopers 9:30 1 Deadly 60 6 Iceberg Hunters 9:31 * Two and a Half Men 10:00 _ ( Grey’s Anatomy ) Beauty and the Beast , Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope Astronaut Ilan Ramon brought a Torah scroll onto Columbia. (N) ` The Office . White Collar

0 Project Runway 1 Dogs 101 4 NCIS 6 Deadliest Space Weather B The First 48: Missing Persons D Death: It’s a Living Tyler Mathisen profiles the professionals who deal with the rituals of death. (N) L Property Wars N Wrecked P Doomsday Preppers 10:01 * Person of Interest 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo 6 Deadliest Space Weather L Property Wars N Wrecked 10:31 ` 1600 Penn 11:00 1 Dog Whisperer 4 Suits 6 Weather Center Live > Chasing The Saturdays B Beyond Scared Straight L Property Wars P Doomsday Preppers

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2013 7:00 1 Must Love Cats L Gold Rush P Diggers 7:30 > The Soup P Diggers 7:45 ∫ Behind the Scenes 8:00 B Duck Dynasty L Gold Rush P Drain the Great Lakes Computer-generated imagery is used to reveal hidden secrets of North America’s Great Lakes. 8:30 B Duck Dynasty 9:00 _ ( Last Man Standing ) Nikita * Undercover Boss


` The 44th NAACP Image Awards The NAACP recognizes artistic achievements. (N) 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 2 Comic View: One Mic Stand 6 Storm Riders B Duck Dynasty L Gold Rush - The Dirt N Superbike Family P Drain the Ocean: Revealed Revealing the world that exists beneath the ocean’s waves. (N) ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 9:30 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 2 Comic View: One Mic Stand 6 Storm Riders B Duck Dynasty N Superbike Family ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 9:31 _ ( Malibu Country 10:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) The Carrie Diaries * CSI: NY 1 Super Smart Animals 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 6 Storm Riders > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami B Duck Dynasty C See Dad Run D Coca-Cola: The Real Story Behind the Real Thing Melissa Lee reveals secrets about the world’s most-popular soft drink. L Gold Rush 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo 2 Second Generation Wayans 6 Storm Riders B Duck Dynasty 11:00 * Blue Bloods , Shakespeare Uncovered ` Dateline NBC


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tv specials & highlights 0 Teen Trouble 1 Dog Whisperer 6 Weather Center Live < Door to Hope Women come to terms with the emotional and spiritual effects of having had an abortion. > Fashion Police B Southie Rules L Bering Sea Gold P Diggers

L Moonshiners N Kurt Busch the Outlaw: A SPEED Special P Mudcats: Down and Dirty 9:30 B Storage Wars 9:50 ∫ The Geneva International Motor Show 2012 10:00 ` Chicago Fire 1 Tanked 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Coast Guard Alaska B Storage Wars L Moonshiners P Wicked Tuna Z Stephen King’s It Seven friends struggle with a demon they first encountered 30-years earlier in their Maine hometown. (Part 1 of 2) 10:30 B Storage Wars 11:00 , Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope Astronaut Ilan Ramon brought a Torah scroll onto Columbia. (N) ` 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1 Sharkman Michael Rutzen tries to hypnotize a great white. 6 Weather Center Live B Storage Wars L Moonshiners N Superbike Family P Wicked Tuna

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2013 7:00 , History Detectives 1 Must Love Cats 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Cantore Stories < Vespers With Religious on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord From St. Peter’s Basilica on the Day of Consecrated Life. B Beyond Scared Straight L Shipwreck Men P Bloods and Crips: L.A. Gangs Two street gangs bring drugs and murder to the streets of South Central Los Angeles. 7:30 6 Cantore Stories 8:00L M o o n s h in e r s N Beyond 200 The Hendrick Racing Story NASCAR team owner and drivers past and present recall the first 200 wins of the Hendrick racing. P Mudcats 8:30 B Storage Wars 9:00 * 48 Hours ` American Ninja Warrior 1 My Cat From Hell 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Coast Guard Alaska < Karol: A Man Who Became Pope A 10-year-old Polish boy grows up to become Pope John Paul II. B Storage Wars D Ultimate Factories

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2013 7:00 1 Must Love Cats 2 Reed Between the Lines 4 NCIS 6 Coast Guard Alaska > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami B Storage Wars Texas L Amish Mafia N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels P Drugged ∫ Hunted


7:30 2 Reed Between the Lines B Storage Wars Texas N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 8:00 , NOVA ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 2 Reed Between the Lines N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels P Search for the Amazon Headshrinkers Explorer Edmundo Bielawski embarks on a journey to the heart of the South American jungle. 8:30 ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 2 Reed Between the Lines B Storage Wars Texas N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 9:00 , Masterpiece Classic ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 1 Man vs. Wolf A team of researchers sets out to find if wolves can co-exist with humans. 2 Reed Between the Lines 4 NCIS 6 Deadliest Space Weather > Chasing The Saturdays B Storage Wars C See Dad Run D Marijuana Inc.: Inside America’s Pot Industry Trish Regan goes behind the scenes to explore the inner workings of the U.S. marijuana industry. L MythBusters N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels P Taboo [ BackStory ∂ Girls 9:30 ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 2 Reed Between the Lines 6 Deadliest Space Weather > Chasing The Saturdays B Storage Wars N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels

By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Striking An Athletic and Educational Balance Grenada’s Olympic Games and IAAF World 400m champion Kirani James, delivered a motivational message to track and field athletes attending the Tahesia Harrigan-Scott Speed and Technical Clinic, that is applicable to every athlete who suits up in sports, striking a balance between athletics and education. James told the athletes to always surround themselves with positive people, while he underscored education’s importance. “The more you surround yourself with positive people, the better you’re going to become,” said James, the ninth fastest all time 400m runner with his 43.94 seconds time to strike Olympic gold in London last year. James said that being around his coach and 1976 Olympic Games 4x100m relay gold medalist Harvey Glance; 2004 Athens Olympics and 4-times IAAF World Long Jump champion Dwight Phillips and Tahesia Harrigan-Scott’s husband Joey, facilitates being humble, motivated and on the right track. “Also, believe in yourself in whatever you want to do: in athletics, in life, in everything you want to become, it always starts with you,” he emphasized. “You have to be motivated and excited about yourself before anyone else is excited about you and believes in you.” Currently a business major at Alabama where Harrigan-Scott graduated in 2006, James, 20, advised the young athletes to find a balance in their lives. He said they must have equal interest in school as in athletics and drove home his point. “You can’t go anywhere without a proper education these days,” said James who in his first visit in 2008

Kirani James speaks candidly about athletics and education

established the BVI All Comers as a 16 year old when he ran 46.85 seconds in the 400m. “There are lots of opportunities for athletes to get a proper education through track and field. When I started out in track, it wasn’t because I wanted to be a good athlete or get to the Olympics. Getting a proper education was the main motivation I had,” said James, one of nine athletes to have won the IAAF World Youth, IAAF World Jr. and IAAF World Sr. titles. “I worked hard everyday, thinking that if I can do well enough in track, I could get a scholarship and get a proper education,” James pointed out. “ School is just as equally important as anything else in life. In this day and age, you can’t do anything without a proper education, not event to be a successful track athlete. It’s always good to be educated and know what you are talking about.” National Javelin Throw record holder Tynelle Gumbs said the clinic was a good experience. “I know they’ll obviously benefit me because they benefitted Kirani and he’s now a World and Olympic champion,” she noted. “His advice must be working if he’s up at that level.” 19

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tv specials & highlights ∂ Enlightened 9:45 K Generation of Youth for Christ 10:00 _ ( Shark Tank , Masterpiece Classic ` Live From New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live Interviews with executive producer Lorne Michaels, crew members, musicians, present and former cast members, and past hosts show the programs beginnings and what happens behind the scenes. (PA) 1 Mutant Planet The power of evolution. 2 Reed Between the Lines 4 NCIS 6 Coast Guard Florida > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami B Storage Wars D Marijuana USA Cannabis meets capitalism, as the world’s most commonly used drug comes into the mainstream. L MythBusters N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels P Taboo 10:30 $ Extra Normal 2 Reed Between the Lines B Storage Wars N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 11:00 _ ( Modern Family * Elementary , Masterpiece Classic 1 Monster Bug Wars! N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels

P Taboo

MONDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2013 tv specials & highlights 7:00 1 Must Love Cats

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4 NCIS > Fashion Police B The First 48 L Shipwreck Men P Lords of War ∫ Hunted 7:30 P Lords of War 8:00 4 NCIS L Extreme Smuggling P Drugs, Inc. 8:40 ∏ Universal Orlando Resort: A Family Adventure 9:00 _ ( The Bachelor ) The Carrie Diaries * How I Met Your Mother , Wilder: An American First Lawrence Douglas Wilder becomes the first elected black governor in the United States. 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6 Weather Caught on Camera D Hotel: Behind Closed Doors at Marriott One of the largest hotel empires in the world that spans 74 countries and includes 3,700 properties. K Generation of Youth for Christ L Extreme Smuggling P Alaska State Troopers 9:10 ∏ The Adventures of Merlin

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9:30 * Rules of Engagement 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6 Weather Caught on Camera 10:00 ) 90210 * 2 Broke Girls , Freedom Riders: American Experience Black and white Americans risk their lives traveling together through the Deep South. 1 Cats 101 6 Weather Caught on Camera > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami D Betting Big on Broadway Backstage with the producers behind the Broadway show, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” (N) L Shipwreck Men P Alaska State Troopers ∏ ILM — Industrial Light & Magic: Creating The Impossible Celebrating the 35th anniversary of the design studio. 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo * Mike & Molly D The Diamond Rush Bob Pisani goes deep inside the richest diamond mine on the planet; a look at Vegas’ diamond rush. 11:00 * Hawaii Five-0 1 Dog Whisperer P Lords of War


tv specials & highlights 7:00 0 Dance Moms 1 Must Love Cats > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami 8:00 0 Dance Moms P Doomsday Preppers Bugged Out 8:20 ∏ Educating Peter A child with Down syndrome attends regular school. 8:30 B Storage Wars 9:00 _ ( The Taste ) Hart of Dixie * NCIS ` Betty White’s 2nd Annual 90th Birthday Special A celebration of the actress’s birthday and career features stars and musical performances. (N)

∂ Witness French photojournalist Veronique de Viguerie travels the South Sudan with a militia of farmers. 9:30 2 Second Generation Wayans 6 Lifeguard! B Storage Wars 10:00 _ ( The Bachelor ) Emily Owens, M.D. * NCIS: Los Angeles 0 Dance Moms 1 My Pet Shame 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood N Dreams to Champions P Doomsday Preppers 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo

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, Ribbon of Sand The Outer Banks of North Carolina and the wild beaches of Cape Lookout. 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 11:00 * Vegas , Nova scienceNOW L Africa N Translogic P Diggers

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2013 7:00 0 Wife Swap 1 Must Love Cats 4 NCIS > Kourtney and Kim Take Miami 7:30 ∂ Citizen U.S.A.: A 50-State Road Trip Newly naturalized citizens discuss why they chose America as their home. 8:00 L Moonshiners P Highway Thru Hell 8:30 B Duck Dynasty ∂ Enlightened 9:00 _ ( The Middle ) Arrow * Person of Interest ` Whitney D Shadow Billionaire DHL cofounder Larry Hillblom disappeared during a routine flight. P Alaska State Troopers 9:30 _ ( The Neighbors ` Guys With Kids 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 2 Second Generation Wayans 6 Lifeguard! B Duck Dynasty N Stuntbusters 10:00 _ ( Modern Family ) Supernatural * Criminal Minds , The Abolitionists: American Experience (Part 1 of 3) ` Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 0 Wife Swap 1 Must Love Cats 4 NCIS 6 Coast Guard Florida > Chasing The Saturdays B Duck Dynasty D American Greed: The Fugitives L Moonshiners P Lords of War 10:30 $ Entre el Amor y el Deseo > Chasing The Saturdays B Duck Dynasty P Lords of War 10:31 _ ( Suburgatory 11:00 _ ( Nashville * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , Life on Fire ` Chicago Fire > The Soup B Barter Kings L Moonshiners N American Trucker P Highway Thru Hell N Translogic P Diggers Vol. 25, No. 21 • Feb 7 - 13, 2013

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2013 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 & First Take N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Iowa. 1:30 M The Next Bite 2:00 M American Hero Experience 2:30 M O’Neill Outside 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) ; Sonic Generations of Skate 3:30 & Best of First Take (N) M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 4:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) 5:00 8 NFL Live (N) 7:00 & Around the Horn (N) 8:00 & 8 College Basketball ; Women’s College Basketball Marshall at Central Florida. M College Basketball Old Dominion at Drexel. (N) 10:00 & 8 College Basketball ; Tennis Champions Series: Las Vegas. 11:00 9 BBC News

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2013 12:30 PM 9 BBC News 1:00 N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Kentucky 225. 1:30 M Saltwater Experience 2:30 M The Fishing Adventurer 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) M Fishing With Roland Martin 3:30 & Best of First Take (N) 4:00 ; Premier League Review Show 4:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) 8 First Take (N) 7:00 ; UEFA Champions League Magazine (N) 8:30 8 NBA Countdown (N) N NASCAR Hall of Fame (N) 9:00 & Pacquiao vs. Marquez 4 8 NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at Miami Heat. (N) ; Boxing Golden Boy Live: Luis Ramos vs. Ricardo Williams. 10:00 & Boxing Friday Night Fights. (N) 11:30 8 NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Utah Jazz. (N) ; Halls of Fame

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2013 12:30 PM M Into the Blue 1:00 & 8 College Basketball M Charlie Moore: No Offense 1:30 * 75 Years of NCAA March Madness (N) 2:00 * College Basketball Mississippi at Missouri. (N) 4:00 * PGA Tour Golf AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Third Round. ` FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships. (Taped) ; Women’s College Basketball West Virginia at Kansas. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

5:00 & College Basketball Valparaiso at Cleveland State. (N) 8 College Basketball Teams 7:00 & 8 College Basketball ; Tennis Champions Series: Las Vegas. 9:00 & College Basketball LSU at Alabama. (N) 10:00 8 College Basketball M College Basketball Seattle at New Mexico State. (N) 10:30 N National Arenacross Series Racing Wilkes Barre. (N) 11:00 & College Basketball Illinois State at Creighton. (N)

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2013 12:30 PM & Mike and Mike’s Best of the NFL 1:30 ` NHL Hockey Regional Coverage. (N) 2:00 & Snowboarding Air and Style: Innsbruck. (Taped) _ NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at New York Knicks. (N) * College Basketball Indiana at Ohio State. (N) 8 Bowling PBA Tour League Qualifier, Round 2. (Taped) 3:00 & Women’s College Basketball Michigan State at Penn State. (N) 4:00 * PGA Tour Golf AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Final Round. 4:30 _ NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers at Miami Heat. (N) 5:00 & Women’s College Basketball Kentucky at Vanderbilt. 6:00 8 Basketball Global Select vs. Harlem Globetrotters. (Taped) ; Women’s College Basketball Oklahoma State at Oklahoma. (N) 7:00 & High School Basketball Chester (Pa.) vs. Neumann-Goretti (Pa.). (N) 9:00 8 NBA Basketball San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets. (N) 11:00 ; College Basketball Washington at USC. (N)

MONDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2013 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 & First Take ; Tennis Champions Series: Atlanta. N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Las Vegas. 1:30 M Bill Dance Outdoors 2:30 M American Hero Experience 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) ; English Premier League Soccer M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 3:30 & Best of First Take (N) M Jimmy Houston Outdoors 4:00 & Baseball Tonight (N) 4:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) 5:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider 6:00 M Pro Football Talk (N) 8:00 & Women’s College Basketball Maryland at Duke. (N)


8 College Basketball Marquette at Georgetown. (N) 9:00 4 WWE Monday Night RAW (N) 10:00 & Women’s College Basketball Louisville at Notre Dame. 8 College Basketball Kansas State at Kansas. (N)

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12, 2013 1:00 & First Take ; English Premier League Soccer N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Talladega 250. 1:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 3:30 & Best of First Take (N) ; UEFA Champions League Soccer Valencia CF vs Paris Saint-Germain. (N) 6:00 M Pro Football Talk (N) 8:00 & College Basketball Seton Hall at Rutgers. (N) 8 College Basketball Kentucky at Florida. (N) 8:30 M NHL Hockey New York Rangers at Boston Bruins. (N Subject to Blackout) 9:00 4 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show 137th Closing Night. (N) ; UEFA Champions League Soccer Celtic FC vs Juventus FC. 10:00 & NBA Coast to Coast (N) 8 College Basketball Michigan at Michigan State. (N) 11:45 9 Sport Today

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2013 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 & First Take M ThN NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Lucas Oil 150. 1:30 ; Car Science M Hank Parker’s Outdoor Magazine 2:00 ; Premier League Review Show 2:30 M Extreme Kayak Fishing Challenge 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 3:30 & NFL Films Presents ; UEFA Champions League Soccer FC Shakhtar Donetsk vs Borussia Dortmund. (N) 4:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) 8:00 & 8 College Basketball ; Action Sports World Tour 8:30 M NHL Hockey St. Louis Blues at Detroit Red Wings. (N Subject to Blackout) 9:00 ; UEFA Champions League Soccer Real Madrid vs. Manchester United. (N Same-day Tape) 10:00 & College Basketball West Virginia at Baylor. (N) 8 College Basketball North Carolina at Duke. (N) 11:00 < Saints Alive M NHL Live (N)

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