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Now in its 25th Year! June 6 - 12, 2013 Vol.25, No.38

YouR FRee Guide

to our islands’ happenings

Divinity Roxx @ Captain Mulligans

saturday, June 8th

Also this week: hiho warehouse sale• Queen’s Birthday Parade • Men’s health Fair • Beat n’ Run


This Week’s Feature Story

BVI Gets the Roxx Boxx Experience Hip Hop Rocker Diva, Divinity Roxx will be tearing up the stage at Mulligan’s on Saturday night, June 8th, wielding her bass guitar and five-member back up band. As the second performance in the Bayside Music Concert series, this former bassist for mega star Beyoncé, will get a chance to “strut her own stuff.” The Atlanta, Georgia native has already established herself as a solo-performing artist in this last year with the debut of her first EP (Extended Play: music singles with bonus tracks) called the Roxx Boxx Experience. Divinity explains her album as “honest and bold, edgy and hard.” The seven-track project includes funk legend Bootsy Collins and Southern rap veteran Killer Mike. Divinity has an impressive touring schedule including tours in Europe and Asia and most recently South Korea, where she acts as musical director for South Korean K-Pop group, 2NE1. She has in the past shared the stage with iconic artists such as Kanye West, Jay-Z, George Michael and Destiny’s Child. Bayside Rhythm promoter Dalan Vanterpool explains her musical genre as “All over the place, but mostly a combination of hip-hop and rock with a little rap thrown in.” Divinity’s music is characterized as blatant, bois-

terous and unconventional. In a recent interview she confessed she never knows what she will do on stage, neither does her backup band. So get ready for an edgy performance. Other bands performing that night include local favorites; Type of Toad, Hot Sauce, B’More and appearances by Kamau Georges and Dalan Vanterpool on sax. Don’t miss a chance for a pre-show “Meet and Greet” held at Bamboushay on Friday night June 7th. The world-renowned guitar bassist and her band will be there to mix with the locals and sign autographs from 7pm to 9pm. Be sure to head out early to get a spot for the Saturday night performance. Gates open at 6pm at Mulligans with ticket prices at $25. Advance tickets can be purchased at Mulligans, Umi and D Best Cup. For more info go to www.baysiderhythms.com – Jane Bakewell

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to date. It went against her value system, and although she spent a lot of time with them she maintained her standards. Of course, she was occasionally subjected to persons stereotyping her based on her friends’ choices but she was ever vigilant about ensuring she did not reflect their behavior. 3. Endeavour to be a leader. It is good to be aware of what you are taking in from the persons close to you and it is good to endeavor to not let their attitudes or actions influence you negatively, but that is not enough. Take a step further and be the influencer in a positive way. 4. Choose your companions purposely. They can bring out the best or worse in you, so minimize the time you spend around negative people and choose people who inspire and motivate you to be your best. Choose those who confront you when you are out of line and persons in whose lives you can make a positive difference.

The other day, I read an interesting quotation by a gentleman, Jim Rohn. It said “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”. I found the statement to be very provocative, then I really sat and pondered; did it have any truth to it and who are these people? We spend time with people out of choice – our friends mostly; sometimes we have no choice when it comes to folks like coworkers or some family members and then we have those we choose to spend time with, but not primarily for our personal gratification, but because we see it as benefitting them. The five persons can come from any of those categories. Regardless of whether we are around them by choice or not, it is possible that they can have some influence on us. Are you really ready to confront that reality? And what are the implications for that in our daily lives? Let’s examine four considerations: 1. We become what we constantly behold….and hear and absorb. Yes, we know that the lily grows in muck and comes out pure and white but the lily doesn’t have an impressionable brain, humans do; and as much as we try to block out certain persons or we dislike their behavior, they affect us. 2. Guard preciously your prized ideals. I know a woman that had her four closest female friends make certain decisions about the kind of men they wanted

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By Paul Backshall

Best of Both Worlds? When I finally got to retire and the opportunity to travel a little more widely, my options for dodging “rock fever” started to open up. When my wife and I stumbled upon a small house in South West France, which needed some TLC, I thought: “Here’s a chance to have the best of both worlds – winters in the Virgin Islands and summers in France. After one or two years of this, I thought I’d got it down to a fine art, arriving in France early enough to get a selection of tomato plants in the ground and (as

dug the holes and placed the new plants carefully in

the days grew warmer) getting my herb garden weed-

their new homes, imagining the luscious fruits I would

ed and in shape for the summer. There might be one

enjoy later in the year. I had just enough time to finish

or two days when it was chilly enough to light the

the planting before the rain started again. I grabbed a

wood burning stove in the living room, but then it was

couple of logs and ran inside the house.

nice to sit around the fire wearing sweaters, just to

If you know where to look in our area of France,

remind ourselves what it was like.

you can find a nice selection of international newspa-

This year was no different, though people in the

pers and reading an English Sunday newspaper is one

village told us it had been a hard winter. I wasn’t wor-

of my choices for relaxation. When finished it goes

ried, I had enough firewood for a few fires and it was

into a pile for fire-lighting. But somehow, whenever I

nice not to be in a constant sweat as we often were in

start the fire, I always find something I haven’t read.

the islands. Here, there wasn’t a mosquito in sight. No

“For goodness sake, light the fire,” said Betty,

risk of another dose of dengue fever!

shivering on a nearby couch. “Read the paper later.”

I went to the nursery nearby and bought my toma-

Muttering that I couldn’t very well read the paper if it

to plants, plus a few peppers and some basil. On the

was burning in the grate, I wondered (not for the first

way home it started to rain, so I put off planting until

time) whether we wouldn’t be better off sweating in

the next day, which turned out to be cold and windy. I

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Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events By Jane Bakewell

HIHO Summer Blowout

Road Town ends at the Queen Elizabeth II Park, where further celebrations will take place at 4pm. Parking is available across the highway from the Peebles Hospital.

Finding NEMO (next to House on Wickam’s Cay I) is what you want to do on Saturday morning for the HIHO summer blowout sale. There will be 50% to 80% discounts on many items in the popular island wear line including dresses, kurta v-neck tops, sporty Lycra apparel and Suntek. The sale is from 9am to 1pm, so get there early so you don’t miss out on the bargains.

Trellis Bay Yard Sale Come on out for a day of fun at the beach including some real beach bargains this Saturday, June 8th at the Trellis Bay Yard sale and you will also be supporting the BVI Humane Society. The extravaganza sale will include spring clearance items from Beef Island Guest House, de Loose Mongoose, Aragorn’s Studio, BVI Watersports and the Trellis Kitchen. Items will include furniture, household goods, water sports items, clothing, crafts and gifts. The event is from 10am to 3pm. To reserve a table (the cost is $20 with proceeds going to the Humane Society of the BVI) call Lesli at de Loose Mongoose 405-2303.

Sails Ahoy The Loyal West End Yacht Club is calling all sailors to the new annual sailing event dubbed the Beat ’n’ Run this Saturday, June 8th at the Fish ‘n Lime in Soper’s Hole (formerly The Jolly Roger). This will be a pursuit race format with boats departing West End at 10am sailing up to Norman Island (beating) and then down wind (running) back. The race starts off the Gosling Race Series that will include six regattas. Fish n’Lime will host the Saturday night awards ceremony starting at 6pm. Registration is Friday night the 7th. For more info contact Commodore Martin at 496-8685.

Men’s Health Fair “Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies: Starts with Men” is the theme for Men’s Health Week held June 10 to 16th – designed to raise awareness of men in the community regarding health issues. There will be an opportunity for free cholesterol, diabetes and blood pressure testing on Tuesday, June 11th at the Bandstand in Road Town from 8am to 3pm. The health clinic will move to the Vanterpool Administration Building in Virgin Gorda on Wednesday June 12th and offer the same services from 10am to 2pm. This event

Queens Birthday Parade All are invited for the annual Queen’s Birthday parade celebrations on Saturday. The parade that originates in

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live music • events • concerts •

THURSDAY - JUNE 6

Quito & the Edge from 9:30pm

ROAD TOWN

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

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

SCRUB ISLAND — Live music and BBQ 6-10pm

CANE GARDEN BAY

SATURDAY - JUNE 8

MYETT’S — Tapas Night from 6pm, Sunset Happy ROAD TOWN

Hour 5-7pm ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm

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

QUITO’S — Happy Hour with Candyman from 4pm

GINNY’S — Authentic Indian Cuisine from 6pm

& live music by Quito Rymer from 7:30pm

HIHO — HiHO Warehouse sale from 9am-1pm (next

FRIDAY - JUNE 7

to House on Wickhams Cay 1)

ROAD TOWN

QE II PARK — Queen’s Birthday Day Parade 4pm

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

EAST END

GINNY’S — Authentic Indian Cuisine from 6pm

TRELLIS BAY — Trellis Bay Yard Sale 10am - 3pm

WEST END

NANNY CAY

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

doors open at 6pm

BANANAKEET — Happy Hour 4-7pm BAMBOUSHAY LOUNGE — Divinity Roxx Meet and Greet 7-9pm

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Beach volleyball & more, Sunset Happy Hour 5-7

CANE GARDEN BAY

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CAPT. MULLIGANS — Divinity Roxx in concert

WEST END

MYETT’S — Pizza Night 6pm, Happy Hour 5-7pm

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Beach BBQ & music

Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

by the Elmtones from 7pm

FISH N’ LIME —Beat n’ Run Regatta 10am,

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

Registration on Friday (formerly Jolly Roger)

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ts • parties • sports • movies and more

SUNDAY - JUNE 9

TUESDAY - JUNE 11

WEST END

ROAD TOWN

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Sunday

BAND STAND — Men’s Helath Fair 8am - 3pm, free

Brunch from 11-2pm

screenings (next to softball field)

CANE GARDEN BAY

CANE GARDEN BAY

QUITO’S — Open from 11am, serving Lunch & Dinner

UPCOMING EVENTS

MYETT’S — Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm & Speciality pizza from 6pm

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Beach BBQ & music

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

by the Elmtones from 7pm MYETT’S —Steel Pan Vibes for sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm

MONDAY - JUNE 10

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm WEST END THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

BVI Dancefest 2013 June 15

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

WEDNESDAY - JUNE 12

Father’s Day — June 16

CANE GARDEN BAY

Dog Show @ Capt. Mulligan’s — June 22

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Hump Day - 2 for 1 Bushwacker specials, MYETT’S — Margarita Monday with Mexican Food

Candyman plays at Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm

Specials & Candyman for Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Pizza & Shepherds Pie WEST END BANANAKEET — Sunset Happy Hour 4-6pm, Oren Hodge on Guitar from 6:30pm

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

Quantum Sails IC 24 International Regatta — June 22 & 23 Trellis Bay Full Moon Party — June 23

Temptation Island 2 SCRUB ISLAND — Wine tasting 5-7pm, Old San Juan — June 29 RBVIYC Youth Sailing cookout 7pm Summer Camp VANTERPOOL BLDG — Men’s Helath Fair — Month of July VG & OUTER ISLANDS

CLEM’S BY THE SEA — Happy Hour every Monday 5:30-7:30pm with live steel pan music--VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISLAND — Live music & buffet 6-10pm

10am - 2pm (free screenings)

Third World Band in Concert — July 6 Summer Sizzle 2013 — July 11-14 11

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is coordinated by the Office of Gender Affairs and is a great time for a pre-summer health check. For more info call the Office of Gender Affairs 494-3701 extension 2234.

Upcoming Events Mark your calendars for the annul BVI Dance Fest coming up on Saturday June 15th at Briercliffe Hall. The Dancefest hosts over 300 youth performers from children to teens representing the local community. They will be displaying their talents in dance genres such as ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop and liturgical dance. Every year there is fresh music, choreography and costumes – a fun event for the whole family. Don’t forget Dads! June 16th is Father’s Day and there will be many specials offered for restaurant meals, gift discounts and spa treatments. Stay tuned in for the next edition of the Limin’ Times, June 13th.

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By Claudia Colli

Keeping Mum If you like a good old fashioned British comedy with a touch of the macabre, a villainess who is also the heroine, and a dysfunctional family in need of help, then Keeping Mum is just your cup of tea. First released in 2006, this frothy potion of a movie features Maggie Smith (most recently the sharp tongued dowager in Downton Abbey) as Grace Hawkins, a suburban housewife sent to a prison for the criminally insane after she is discovered travelling with a trunk containing the body parts of her husband and his mistress. Fast forward 40 years to the household of the pious and straight-laced vicar Walter Goodfellow (Rowan Atkinson), his bored and frustrated wife Gloria (Kristen Scott Thomas), and their two children, oversexed teenager Holly and ten-year-old Petey, a wellmeaning but nerdy kid who regularly suffers at the hands of school bullies. The Goodfellows are in need of a housekeeper and it is Grace, newly released from prison, who answers their ad. It is a match made in heaven. Grace is kindly and efficient and has a way with the kids. There are also a series of coincidences that Gloria initially shrugs off. The neighbor’s dog that kept her awake at night mysteriously disappears, as eventually does the neighbor. The school bullies that torment Petey experience an unfortunate accident when their bike brakes fail as they careen down a steep hill. Grace also puts a little spice back into the Goodfellow’s marriage by sabotaging a budding romance between Gloria and Lance, an American golf pro (Patrick Swayze) who attempts to lure her for a

tryst in an isolated cabin, and when that fails, for a clandestine getaway at a tropical resort. Lance, though has a seamy underside and when it is discovered by the ever-vigilant Grace, he too comes to a timely and fitting end. As the body count mounts up, life in the village of Little Wollop becomes increasingly tranquil. Grace unleashes the vicar’s amorous side by quoting sexy passages from the Song of Solomon. She also preps him on how to give his sleep inducing sermons the “wow” factor before he sets off on an ecclesiastical conference. Perhaps most miraculously, she channels Holly’s single-minded interest in boyfriends to an obsession with cooking. In some ways, this movie reminded me of a childhood favorite of mine, Arsenic and Old Lace, starring Cary Grant as a doting nephew who discovers that his sweet maiden aunts were not what they seemed. And while the Goodfellows’ housekeeper is also not what she seems, perhaps it takes someone as ingeniously inventive – and diabolical as Grace – to set things right, even if it’s in the wrong way. 13

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2013 7:00 0 Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy 1 Austin Stevens Adventures 4 NCIS B The First 48 L Backyard Oil P Alaska State Troopers 7:30 L Backyard Oil 7:35 Z Hollywood’s Top Ten 8:00 ) The Vampire Diaries * The Big Bang Theory , D-Day: The Price of Freedom Veterans of the U.S. Army and Navy share their survival tales. ` Save Me 0 Wife Swap 8:30 ` Save Me 1 Deadly 60 6 Secrets of the Earth ∂ Veep 8:31 * Two and a Half Men 9:00 ) Beauty and the Beast , World War II: Saving the Reality Kenneth W. Rendell’s World War II memorabilia includes more than 6,000 original artifacts. ` The Office 0 Wife Swap 1 Why We Love Cats and Dogs The bond between people and their fourlegged friends. 6 Forecasting the End L Buying Alaska P Life Below Zero 9:01 * Person of Interest 9:30 6 Forecasting the End L Buying Alaska 9:31 ` Parks and Recreation 10:00 , War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II Popular songs of the World War II era are weaved together with letters.

0 Wife Swap 1 Dog Whisperer P Life Below Zero 10:01 * Elementary ` Hannibal 4 Graceland 10:30 L Property Wars 11:00 1 Gator Boys 6 Secrets of the Earth L Buying Alaska N Car Warriors P Life Below Zero

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FRIDAY JUNE 7, 2013 7:00 1 Austin Stevens Adventures 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit B Storage Wars P The Real Abraham Lincoln: Revealed Lincoln’s rise to the presidency and his leadership during the Civil War. 7:15 ∏ Dogs in the City 7:30 2 Justice For Trayvon: Our Son is Your Son The tragic death of an unarmed black teen in 2012. (N) B Storage Wars [ BackStory 8:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) Nikita * Undercover Boss D BMW: A Driving Obsession A once small, struggling company transforms itself into a global luxury-car powerhouse. 8:05 ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 8:30 1 Deadly 60 6 Loaded B Storage Wars ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 9:00 _ ( What Would You Do? ) Supernatural * Hawaii Five-0 1 My Cat From Hell

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∂ Mad Men (Part 2 of 2) 9:10 ∫ The Geneva International Motor Show 2012 9:30 6 Storm Riders < Global Rosary Relay for Priests From Our Lady of the Angels Chapel in Irondale, Alabama. B Storage Wars 10:00 _ ( 20/20 * Blue Bloods P Brain Games 10:01 ` Rock Center With Brian Williams 10:30 B Storage Wars P Brain Games 11:00 1 Into the Lion’s Den 6 Loaded ∂ VICE

SATURDAY JUNE 8, 2013 7:00 1 Austin Stevens Adventures D Ultimate Factories L Deadliest Catch P Alaska State Troopers 7:30 ∂ Beyoncé: Life Is but a Dream Profile of the life and career of the singer. 8:00 _ ( Last Man Standing * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1 Off the Hook: Extreme Catches B The Killer Speaks D American Greed L Great Bear Stakeout Grizzly bears come out of hibernation to feed, mate and fight for territory. N Viper: Soul Survivor P Alaska State Troopers π The Borgias (Part 11 of 12) 8:30 1 Off the Hook: Extreme Catches 9:00 * 48 Hours 1 Call of the Wildman


By Kate O’Hare

Falling Skies Returns With Horses, A Baby and The French When you’re an outnumbered and outgunned ragtag army taking on a vastly superior invading force, it helps to have powerful friends. That was the situation facing the American rebels battling the British during the Revolutionary War, when the French arrived to help save the day. And that’s also the situation of the beleaguered humans fighting the alien Overlords and their Skitter minions for the right to live on planet Earth in the TNT drama Falling Skies. Returning Sunday, June 9, for a third season, Falling Skies stars Noah Wyle as Tom Mason, a widowed father and former history professor who finds himself having to put the lessons of the Founding Fathers into action as leader of the fighting 2nd Massachusetts Militia Regiment. When we last left Tom, the elder two (Drew Roy, Connor Jessup) of his three sons had fallen under alien influence to varying degrees, youngest son Matt (Maxim Knight) was growing up fast, and Tom and love Anne Glass (Moon Bloodgood) had just learned they were expecting. “It’s a biological necessity for the survival of the species,” says Wyle of the anticipated blessed event. “There’s a certain air of sobriety about bringing a child into this particular world. But nonetheless, it’s necessary. “It consummates the relationship between Tom and Anne. They’ve healed themselves from their grief and what they’ve lost and are committed to starting anew. It’s a huge turning point in their relationship.” And despite his protestations to the contrary last season, Tom has also, like George Washington before him, answered not only the military but the political

call of his nation. “When we find him this year,” Wyle says, “he is in fact the president of the United States, which is 14 square blocks around Charleston, South Carolina. It’s more of a ceremonial title. He’s gone back on everything he said he wanted to do at the end of last season, and we find him in a completely different place.” Tom has also made an alliance with a new race of aliens, the Volm, who have shown up and offered their assistance. Says series executive producer Remi Aubuchon, “I thought it would be nice if, all of a sudden, it looked like we were doomed with the Overlords, and how fun it would be if we had the French to come help us, only they’re aliens. “I don’t want to spoil everything, but I think what’s fun about the parallels is we never really quite knew what France’s secret objectives were, if there were any. But if you’re being pummeled to death with superior weapons, it’s always good to have someone who has a big stick as well.” The Volm’s General Lafayette is called “Cochise,” and he exists in more than just pixels. “Initially,” says Wyle, “it was going to be this sort of a CGI-designed alien, then they thought, ‘Let’s do ourselves a favor and cast us an actor to play the part, then we can digitize it. So we had something threedimensional to work with. 15

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tv specials & highlights 9:30 1 Call of the Wildman 6 Lava Chasers : Island Secrets 10:00 $ Drenaje Profundo * 48 Hours 1 Tanked P Ultimate Survival Alaska 11:00 1 Gator Boys 4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation > The Soup D American Greed L Great Bear Stakeout Grizzly bears come out of hibernation to feed, mate and fight for territory. P Ultimate Survival Alaska

10:55 ∫ Banshee 11:00 1 Fatal Attractions 2 Justice For Trayvon: Our Son is Your Son The tragic death of an unarmed black teen in 2012. 6 Secrets of the Earth : Love Campaign > Fashion Police D Cocaine Cowboys How Miami became the drug, murder, and cash capital of US. L North America P Ultimate Survival Alaska

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SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2013 7:00 * 60 Minutes ` Dateline NBC 1 Austin Stevens Adventures P Drugs, Inc. 7:30 B Duck Dynasty 8:00 * The 67th Annual Tony Awards At the Radio City Music Hall in New York, the annual ceremony honors excellence on Broadway. (N) , The Wind Gods The 33rd America’s Cup yacht race sees American yacht USA-17 defeating the Swiss-owned Alinghi 5. 1 Deadly 60 4 NCIS B Duck Dynasty D Coca-Cola: The Real Story Behind the Real Thing Melissa Lee reveals secrets about the world’s most-popular soft drink. L Alaska: The Last Frontier P Ultimate Survival Alaska: The Extra Mile [ BackStory 8:30 1 Deadly 60 6 Secrets of the Earth B Duck Dynasty ∫ Especial Auto Show Chicago 2013 9:00 , Masterpiece Classic 0 Army Wives 4 NCIS 6 Weather That Changed the World > Keeping Up With the Kardashians B Duck Dynasty D The New Age of Wal-Mart The world’s largest retailer tries to reinvent itself with new leadership and overhauling stores. L North America N Moto-Cause: Neale Bayly Rides P Ultimate Survival Alaska ∂ Game of Thrones 9:30 6 Weather That Changed the World B Duck Dynasty 10:00 $ Extranormal , Masterpiece Mystery! 0 The Client List 1 Fatal Attractions P Life Below Zero ∂ Veep 10:30 > The Wanted Life B Storage Wars Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

MONDAY JUNE 10, 2013 7:00 L Fast N’ Loud P Going Ape 8:00 _ ( The Bachelorette ) Oh Sit! * How I Met Your Mother , Anyone and Everyone People’s reactions to teens or adult children coming out. 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6 Loaded L Fast N’ Loud P Brain Games 8:30 * Rules of Engagement 1 Deadly 60 6 Loaded P Brain Games 9:00 ) The Carrie Diaries * 2 Broke Girls N R U Faster Than a Redneck P Brain Games 9:30 * Mike & Molly 6 Hurricane Hunters 10:00 * Hawaii Five-0 1 Dog Whisperer P The Numbers Game 10:01 _ ( Mistresses ` The Winner Is... 10:30 > After Lately N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 11:00 1 Call of the Wildman 6 Loaded L Fast N’ Loud P Brain Games ∫ Banshee

TUESDAY JUNE 11, 2013 7:00 0 Dance Moms B Storage Wars L Deadliest Catch P The Devil’s Playground Amish teenagers are allowed to experience life in the outside world. 7:30 B Storage Wars 7:50 π ILM — Industrial Light & Magic: Creating The Impossible Celebrating the 35th anniversary of the design studio. 8:00 ) Hart of Dixie * NCIS , Nature 0 Dance Moms 8:30 1 Deadly 60 6 Prospectors B Storage Wars 9:00 ) America’s Next Top Model * NCIS: Los Angeles

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, Cuban Missile Crisis — Three Men Go to War Inside story of the Cuban Missile Crisis features profiles of John F. Kennedy and Fidel Castro. 0 Dance Moms 1 My Cat From Hell 6 Weather That Changed the World D Crowd Rules L Deadliest Catch N Stuntbusters 10:00 * Brooklyn DA , Frontline (PA) 0 Pretty Wicked Moms P Taboo USA 10:30 B Shipping Wars L Backyard Oil: Kentucky Boom N American Trucker 11:00 4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 6 Prospectors L Deadliest Catch

WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 2013 7:00 0 Unsolved Mysteries B Duck Dynasty L MythBusters P Breakout 7:30 B Duck Dynasty 7:35 Z Hollywood’s Top Ten 8:00 _ ( The Middle ) Arrow ` Dateline NBC 0 Unsolved Mysteries 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 4 NCIS B Duck Dynasty L MythBusters N Car Warriors P Alaska State Troopers ∂ Game of Thrones π The Borgias (Part 11 of 12) 8:30 _ ( Family Tools 1 Deadly 60 9:00 _ ( Modern Family ) Supernatural * Criminal Minds ` Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 0 Unsolved Mysteries 1 Too Cute! 4 Royal Pains L MythBusters N Wrecked P Alaska State Troopers π The Borgias (Part 12 of 12) 9:30 B Duck Dynasty N Wrecked 9:31 _ ( How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) 10:00 _ ( ABC’s The Lookout * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation L The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius P Locked Up Abroad 10:01 4 Necessary Roughness 10:30 B Duck Dynasty 11:00 1 Pit Bulls and Parolees L MythBusters N Car Warriors P Alaska State Troopers


By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

An Evening of Athletic Entertainment A large standing room only crowd gathered at the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds on Saturday night, to witness the biggest track and field event in the 43 – year history of the BVI Athletics Association, with participants from 17 countries in attendance. The inaugural BVI Twilight Invitational—a one day area permit meet which replaced the 2 day BVI Invitational that ran from 1971-2010, was run in conjunction with the Leeward Islands Jr. Invitational and featured professional athletes from across North America and the Caribbean. The history making competition launched the BVI as the newest member in the NACAC Area (North America, Central America & Caribbean) to host such an event behind Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Martin, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. Here though, fans got two meets in one— which made it completely different to the others on the circuit. From the time Guadeloupe’s Sareena Carti crossed the line in the Leewards Invitational Girls 400m in 54.53 seconds the tone had been set with the first competition record and ended with Canada’s Women’s 4x100m Relay running 43.97 seconds, the fastest time women have ever run in the territory. This marks a new All Comers Record—one of six on the night of the professional side of the meet. Carti’s time led to 10 Leewards Jr. Invitational records. Jamaica’s Particia Hall established two records among the professional females in the 200 and 400m with times of 22.93 and 51.34 seconds respectively. Then there was St. Kitts and Nevis’ Kim Collins—at 37 years the oldest in the field returning to the territory for the first time in 19 years. She demolished the 100m All Comers Record of 10.45 seconds established by Anguilla’s Zharnel Hughes last year with a run of 10.19.

Anguilla's Zharnel Hughes wins the 200m

“This meet is a great idea and a great atmosphere. We want people to understand that you can see world-class performances here, although not everybody has money to go to the World Championships in Russia, you can still have people of that caliber competing here. It also gives motivation to the younger athletes to excel,” Collins said. Local fans had something to cheer about when the Leewards segment only 3-peat winner Taylor Hill, who narrowly edged teammate L’Tisha “Lea” Fahie in the 100 and 200m respectively, teamed with Fahie, Jonel Lacey and Tarika “Tinker Bell” Moses: That not only broke the meet record but established a new National Youth Record for athletes U18, with a time of 46.62 seconds. Trevia Gumbs' Shot Put toss of 14.03m qualified her for next month’s IAAF World Youth Championships in Donetsk, Ukraine—a similar feat accomplished by St. Kitts’ Kimberly Liburd when she cut the sand at 5.96m in the Long Jump. Thanks to all who contributed in anyway to making the event a resounding success. 17

Vol. 25, No. 38 • June 6 - 12, 2013


THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2013 12:30 PM M The Next Bite 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 & LPGA Tour Golf Wegmans LPGA Championship, First Round. (N) M American Hero Experience 1:30 M O’Neill Outside 2:00 M Intrepid Outdoors 2:30 & International Sporting Greats 3:30 & College Football Live 8 College Football Live (N) ; Destination Polaris 4:00 & NFL Live P Mountain Movers 6:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 7:00 ; Bull Riding Championship. 8:00 N Rolex Sports Car Series Racing Detroit. 8:30 _ ( NBA Countdown (N) 8 Greatest Coaches in NFL History 9:00 _ ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 1: Teams TBA. (N) 10:00 & Baseball Tonight 8 Baseball Tonight (N) 10:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider N Inside the Headsets 11:00 9 BBC News M Pro Football Talk (N) 11:30 M NHL Overtime (N)

FRIDAY JUNE 7, 2013 12:30 PM 9 BBC News 1:00 & LPGA Tour Golf Wegmans Championship, Second Round. (Joined in Progress) (N) 1:30 M The Fishing Adventurer N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Pocono 400, Practice. 2:10 = MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs. 2:30 & International Sporting Greats 3:30 & College Football Live N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Pocono 400, Qualifying. (N) 5:00 M Pro Football Talk (N) 6:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 7:00 & MLB Baseball Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Boston Red Sox. 8 College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Pocono 400, Practice. N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: WinStar World Casino 400K. (N) 10:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle) 11:30 N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Pocono 400, Qualifying.

SATURDAY JUNE 8, 2013 12:30 PM 9 Final Score [ Main/Sail/Golf/Win/Open 1:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

3:00 * PGA Tour Golf FedEx St. Jude Classic, Third Round. 8 College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 3:30 _ ( WNBA Basketball Phoenix Mercury at Indiana Fever. (N) 4:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) ` World of Adventure Sports = MLB Baseball Oakland Athletics at Chicago White Sox. (N) 5:00 ` 145th Belmont Stakes 7:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 8:00 ` NHL Hockey Conference Final: Teams TBA. (N) 8 NASCAR Racing Nationwide Series: Dupont Pioneer 250. (N) 8:30 _ ( IndyCar Racing Firestone 550. (N) 9:00 N Auto Racing General Tire Mint 10:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) ; Boxing Golden Boy Live: Pipino Cuevas Jr. vs. Juan Diaz. 11:30 6 Reel Rivals

SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2013 12:30 PM & Gymnastics Pro Challenge. 1:00 * XTERRA Adventures 8 College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) ; Track and Field Bolder Boulder. (Taped) 1:30 & Gymnastics Pro Challenge. 2:00 ` Formula One Racing Canadian Grand Prix. (N) 2:10 = MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs. 3:00 * PGA Tour Golf FedEx St. Jude Classic, Final Round. 4:00 8 College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 6:00 ; Bull Riding Championship. N Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Las Vegas. (N) 7:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 7:31 _ ( NBA Countdown (N) 8:00 _ ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 2: T 8 MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds. (N) 10:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 11:30 $ DeporTV ` Sports Final

MONDAY JUNE 10, 2013 12:30 PM M Bill Dance Outdoors N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: WinStar World Casino 1:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 3:30 8 College Football Live 4:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 6:00 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) N NASCAR Race Hub (N)

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6:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 7:00 & College Baseball NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) 8 MLB Baseball Teams TBA. 8:00 4 WWE Monday Night RAW (N) 10:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 11:00 & Lombardi’s Legacy M Pro Football Talk (N) 11:30 M NHL Overtime (N)

TUESDAY JUNE 11, 2013 12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 3:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 3:30 & Highly Questionable (N) 8 College Football Live (N) M Fishing Texas 6:00 & Around the Horn (N) M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) N NASCAR Race Hub (N) 7:30 8 Soccer 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier: Teams TBA. (N) 8:00 ; Bull Riding Championship. = MLB Baseball Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs. (N) 9:00 & Lombardi’s Legacy _ ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 3: Teams TBA. (N) 10:00 & Baseball Tonight (N) 8 Soccer 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier: United States vs. Panama. (N) 10:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 11:30 M NHL Overtime (N) N Gearz

WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 2013 1:00 8 SportsCenter (N) 2:30 M Bass 2 Billfish 3:30 & Highly Questionable (N) 8 College Football Live (N) ; Track and Field Bolder Boulder. 5:00 & NFL32 (N) 5:30 8 Pardon the Interruption ; UFC Ultimate Insider (N) M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) N NASCAR Race Hub (N) 7:00 & NFL Live (N) 8 MLB Baseball Teams TBA. 7:30 M NHL Hockey N Pass Time 7:45 9 Sport Today 8:00 & WNBA Basketball Connecticut Sun at Indiana Fever. (N) 6 Reel Rivals 10:00 & High School Basketball 8 Baseball Tonight (N) 10:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 11:00 6 Reel Rivals M Pro Football Talk (N) 11:30 6 Reel Rivals M NHL Overtime


Weekly Suduko

The objective is to fill the full 9x9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3x3 “sub-grids” that compose the main grid contains all of the digits from 1 to 9 – with no repeats within each row or column within the entire square. A partially completed grid is usually provided, which typically has a unique solution. See next weeks Limin’ Times issue for solution.



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