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to our islands’ happenings Now in its 26th Year! Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014 Vol.26, No.28

Black Violin @ HLSCC Saturday, March 29th at 8pm Also this week: BVi spring Regatta • the Rev Raven @ Myett’s • Rotary Grand Affair • Annual hibiscus show

This Week’s Feature Story by Jan Critchley

Cool Parties – Hot Music It’s finally here! The 2014 BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival at Nanny Cay, which will turn into party central from March 31st to April 6th. Now in its 43rd year, the regatta known for its “warm water and hot racing” is upping the ante and adding “cool parties – hot music” to its repertoire! The event kicks off on Monday, March 31st where there will be a Welcome Party at Peg Legs and sailors can register for the Sailing Festival that runs from Tuesday until Thursday. Thursday is Maritime Heritage Day and this year an extra special treat is in store when the Queen’s Relay Baton will be handed over to one of the Tortola sloops at around 4pm. The Regatta Village at Nanny Cay opens at noon on Thursday, April 3rd and the beach bar area will be awash with eager sailors happily discussing tactics for the race days ahead. Registration for the Regatta will be open from noon-6pm with a skippers briefing at 5:30pm. The fun then really kicks off with the Annual Mount Gay Rum Welcome Party, followed by Nichole Raab who will give an aerial performance above the sands as Aragorn’s Fireballs light up the night sky. The evening will end to the strains of Final Faze.

Friday, after a full day of some of the best racing in the Caribbean, the boats will arrive back to the sounds of the steel pan band, Shooting Stars that will get everyone into the groove for their evening ahead. Nichole Raab will be flying through the skies with her aerial performance before Singing Chef, Al Broderick and the Last Resort Band gets everyone rockin’ to his distinctive beat. Following the racing on Saturday will be the everpopular swimwear fashion show – this year showcasing the designs of Tortolan designer, Kirstin Frazer and her Tréfle brand. Later, dance the night away with your toes in the sand to the reggae sounds of Quito and The Edge. Sunday will wrap up the racing and the colorful Mocko Jumbies will dance and play to welcome weary sailors back to the village and everyone gets ready for the Award Ceremony at 5:30pm. Only the best will take home an award, but there will be more fun for all later when Showtime Band take the stage for the final party. So head to Nanny Cay and enjoy the warm water, hot racing – cool parties and hot music! See the ad for a full list of events and timings.


Vol. 26, No. 28 • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014

Ask Koren Brother’s Won’t Repay Mom Ask Koren Dear Koren,

Your personal E-therapist, is in the house!

My mother is very ill and I know she had lent some money to my two brothers to start their business together. She recently made me her power of attorney and since then I have asked them for the money and they are saying that agreement is between her and them. That 15,000 could go a long way to pay for her care now and her funeral eventually. I am struggling to take care of her and I know when she passes, they will not give it back because there is nothing in writing. What do I do? –Daughter

and as her child, you do have the rights to look into her best interests. Her care should not be dependant only on what money she has, when she has at least three children, maybe more that you didn’t mention. Why not get a weekly or monthly cost for her care and divide the amount equally between everyone, so that you do not have to be the one struggling alone. If someone is unemployed and has no income, that person can give their time or help in some other way. I hope this situation does not turn into a power struggle for you and your brothers. I’m hoping there is no jealousy on their part or any maliciousness on yours. The common thread here should be the love and concern for your mother and that should override any differences. As difficult as it is, try to keep the business side of the matter from turning into a personal situation that divides the family.

Dear Daughter, So many cases of sibling rivalries are born out of financial issues and they have the potential to damage what should be loving relationships. Maybe you can speak with a lawyer to figure out the best way to handle this situation. Maybe they think that you want the money and it’s not your mom asking so if she is still of sound mind and able to speak for herself then the best thing would be to let her ask them for it, or get them to sign a promissory note. This way, if they do not pay it back at some point, legal action could be taken against them. At least they are not denying they got the money. If she cannot speak for herself then that makes it more problematic. As her power of attorney

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Vol. 26, No. 28 • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014

By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Honoring the “Big Man” Honored in 2002 by the Pirates for his contributions to BVI softball, Berth ‘Big Man’ Henley will have the 2014 BVI Softball Association league which opens at 4 p.m. on Saturday, run in honor. “This village of East End and Long Look and the BVI in general, have had sterling service in softball from Berth ‘Big Man’ Henley,” former BVI Softball Association president Walwyn ‘GM’ Brewley noted, adding that he has represented the BVI on every national team assembled during his career. “When he gets out there on the mound, you’re looking at arguably, the best pitcher who has ever pulled on a uniform in the British Virgin Islands and I still think that is so,” Brewley said, pointing out that he didn’t get where he is by chance. “Berth worked to achieve all those things. He was the kind of guy, that if you went up against him today and got a couple of hits, he is going to study you. The next time you meet him, he is going to give you two strikeouts-even three – for those hits you got against him. That’s the kind of guy he was. He studied the batters, not only here, but he did the same when we went abroad. He was the unofficial scout for the other pitchers.” Former Blue Wings player Roy ‘Picko’ Pickering, who played against Bert and on national teams with him said when softball was at its peak, to get strike out was a cardinal sin, let alone to be strike out with the bases loaded and nobody out. “When Berth did it to the Astros, we all laughed, because we had it to be a joke, because we didn’t know what was to come,” he recalled. “Next came the Marlins who were called the run machine – they got the same dose of medicine. He did the same thing to Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

Berth "Big Man" Henley

the Blue Wings. The Royals in recent times suffered thesame fate. He was just dominant.” The ‘Big Man’ tag became attached to Berth when he played with the Atoms in the late 70s. “The fellows from East End would tell teams ‘in order to beat us, you have to beat our big man and that’s where the name came from,” Brewley noted in 2002. “But tonight, we are honoring a great man. A great pitcher in Berth ‘Big Man’ Henley.” Henley played with the Rams and Vikings in St. Thomas; Invaders, Marlins, Atoms, Roots and Pirates in the BVI during his 35 year career. Henley was a catcher and first baseman before settling on the mound. “I got into pitching and I loved it,” he explained. “I was one of the guys who never dwelled on a victory, but to be truthful, after I did the job, I forgot about it.” In one of his last playoff games, Henley fanned a record 18 Bombers batters. He won the strike out award in 1986, ’87, ’88, ’90, ’91 and ’92. He was the league’s MVP in ’88 and ’89 and had the lowest ERA in ’79, ’85, ’95 and 1999. 6


Vol. 26, No. 28 • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014

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Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events By Jan Critchley

Black Violin On March 29th at 8pm, Black Violin will be bringing their magic to the BVI when they perform at the HLSCC Auditorium. The two classically trained viola and violin players are Wilner “Wil B” Baptiste and Kevin “Kev Marcus” Sylvester from South Florida who play a groundbreaking blend of musical styles. Says Wil B, “Our music is something everyone can enjoy, it’s classical, hip-hop, rock, R&B, pop...just good music.” Tickets are $20, for more information call Linette Baa on 852-7223.

Rev Raven Live @ Myetts Described as “Musical Nirvana” by fans – Reverend Raven and the Chain Smokin’ Alter Boys are bringing their fun blues from Wisconsin to Myett’s this Friday and Saturday night, as part of their Shake your Boogie Tour. The band is known for their blistering guitar licks, poignant and sultry sax and their rhythmic drum and bass providing an eclectic musical mix. So start your weekend off with a boogie and don’t miss this great foot-stomping band. Have a sundowner at Myett’s this Saturday and say a fond farewell to Kapeye as this is his last Happy Hour of the season. Thanks Kapeye for a great season and see you next year!

Bloomin’ Marvellous The BVI Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society is holding its Annual Hibiscus Show on Saturday,

March 29th at the J.R. O’Neal Botanical Gardens. Open to the public from 1pm to 3:30pm, the admission is free and exhibitors’ blooms can be accepted from 8am to 9:30am. There will also be a raffle and plant sale to brighten up your deck or garden. For more info email

A Grand Affair The Rotary Club of Tortola is holding its 10th annual Grand Affair this Saturday, March 29th under the theme “Grand Cru” Affair. The dinner will feature a silent auction, great food and wines, live entertainment and much more. Guests will have the chance to win great prizes and auction items include a London Getaway and a trip to the Champagne district in France. Proceeds from this year’s event will be used to benefit the VI community including support for the Eslyn Henley-Richiez School. The event will be held at Government House and tickets are $200 and can be purchased from Rotary Club of Tortola members. For more information contact

VISAR Luau Party Join VISAR at Fischers Cove, Virgin Gorda this Saturday, March 29 for a Luau Party starting at 5pm. There will be a full buffet dinner, raffle, live auction, live music and fun games. So dress the part and brush up on your hula dancing for a great cause. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for children and are available from Next Wave or by calling 495-5973. All proceeds go to VISAR.

Cycling News The BVI Cycling Federation will be holding a twostage race on Sunday, March 30th. Stage 1 will be the HLSCC El Zorro Time Trial Challenge, (2.3 miles) start9

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live music • events • concerts •



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

BOTANIC GARDENS — Annual Hibiscus Show from 1-3:30pm


GOVERNMENT HOUSE — Rotary Club of Tortola’s

MYETT’S — KapEye & the International Rhythm

10th Annual Grand Affair

Section plays Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm QUITO’S — Happy Hour 5-7pm, (Half price appertizers & Drinks daily excluding Sunday). Quito solo from 7:30pm & open mic night.

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm EAST END DE LOOSE MONGOOSE — Karaoke Night HLSCC — Black Violin in concert at 8pm

EAST END CANE GARDEN BAY DE LOOSE MONGOOSE — Entertainment by THE ELM — Brugal’s Special Happy Hour, Live Music


MYETT’S — Happier Hour w/ KapEye & The Int.


Rhythm Section 5-7pm (last night). Specialty Pizza


Night. Rev Raven & The Chain Smokin’ Alter Boys

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

7:30pm QUITO’S — Happy Hour 5-7pm. Beach BBQ Bash w/


drink specials & games. Too Smooth live at 6:30pm THE ELM — Beach BBQ, Live Music “Elm Tones” VG & OUTER ISLANDS MYETT’S — Specialty Pizza Night, Sunset Happier FISCHERS COVE (VG) — VISAR Luau Party at 5pm Hour w/ Candyman 5-7pm. Rev Raven & The Chain


Smokin’ Alter Boys 7:30pm

LONG BAY QUITO’S — Ras Rio plays Happy Hour 5-7pm & Live LONG BAY BEACH CLUB — 1748 Restaurant Entertainment 9:30 until.

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brunch 11am-3pm


ts • parties • sports • movies and more


MYETT’S — Mexican Monday with Specialty

DE LOOSE MONGOOSE — Brunch 10:30-2:30 &

Margaritas, fish & lobster tacos and more. Singing Chef

Steel Pan Vibes w/ Marlon Abner 12-3pm. Sunday night

Al 7pm

BBQ w/ Too Smooth

QUITO’S — Happy Hour 5-7pm & Third Dimension

HLSCC — Two Stage Cycle Race registration 6:30am

from 6-9pm.



SEBASTIANS — Candy Man plays live 7-10pm CANE GARDEN BAY


NANNY CAY BVI SPRING REGATTA — Nanny Cay Cup 10am. Sailing Festival Award Ceremony 6pm

THE ELM — BBQ Live Music “Elm Tones” MYETT’S — Sunday Brunch. Steel Pan 1-4pm. Sunset Happier Hour 5-7pm QUITO’S — Sunday Brunch 11am-3pm with live entertainment VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISLAND — Beach Party from 11am-3pm w/ Caribbean Style Buffet & music by DJ Dre

MONDAY - MAR 31 ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm NANNY CAY BVI SPRING REGATTA — Sailing Festival Welcome Party at Peg Legs 6pm CANE GARDEN BAY

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Sunset Happier Hour 5-7pm QUITO’S — Open mic Happy Hour 5-7pm. Quito solo from 7:30pm

WEDNESDAY - APR 2 ROAD TOWN PLUMROSE — GrillOut & Caribbean Night Buffet with music DE LOOSE MONGOOSE — BBQ Grill Party with live music & open mic with Verne CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Sunset Happier Hour 5-7pm & Caribbean Dinner & Dance with 3D Band from 7:30pm QUITO’S — Quito plays Happy Hour 5-7 & Too Smooth from 8pm til late.

CADA Players African Dreams – Apr 26, 27 & May 3, 4

Queen’s Baton Relay — April 3-4 War Horse @ HLSCC — April 5 Ken Boothe @ HLSCC — April 12 Humane Society Gaming Night — May 10 BVI Dinghy Champs — May 17 & 18 BVI Exquisite Boat Show — May 24 Leverick Bay Poker Run — May 25


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ing at HLSCC at 6.30am (registration) and Stage 2 (20.2) miles will start later in the morning. All riders, including novices are welcome to take part in this fun event. Entry Fees are $10 for members and $20 for non-members with Juniors being free. Please call 3403999 for more details.

Coming Up – Queen’s Baton Relay The Glasgow 2014 Queens Baton relay is a symbolic event that heralds the Commonwealth Games and takes place every four years. The BVI Olympic Committee has planned a series of sporting events through communities on Tortola, Jost Van Dyke and Virgin Gorda on Thursday, April 3rd and Friday, April 4th. One of the highlights is on Thursday at 4pm when the baton will be handed over to the Tortola Sloop Intrepid that is taking part in the Spring Regatta’s Sailing Festival, which will then sail into the bay with the BVI Optimist Sail Team. For full details go to

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Vol. 26, No. 28 • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014

By Jan Critchley

Galley Gourmet Goes International When I first arrived on island in 2004, I worked for a while as a chef on a crewed charter boat. Being pretty much straight off the plane from London, I was very new to island living and boats in particular – however, I was so happy to be here in the Caribbean, I just jumped straight in and pretty soon was cooking up a storm! One of the best things I enjoyed about working on a charter boat though was the camaraderie between other crews. Everyone is there to give a helping hand, whether it is to fix an engine or give recipe suggestions when faced with guests who could spring on you their special dietary requirements! It was around this time that I first met Lisa Mead, an Australian born chef who trained at the Culinary Institute of Queensland and who had worked in a variety of international restaurants. Lisa arrived in the BVI in 2003 where she quickly earned herself a great reputation working as a chef on charter boats. She is also a great fan of cooking shows, and it was while watching one on Viaggio, a 74’ motor yacht where she currently works, that Lisa had her idea of creating her own show which involved featuring some of the BVI’s most talented chefs cooking in a galley. So she spoke with Andrew Cox, the owner and manager of CBN (Caribbean Broadcast Network), who had also been eager to produce a local cooking show and, as Lisa said, “It was a match made in heaven” and her show Galley Gourmet with Chef Lisa was born. She describes the show as a “magazine-style” program that combines a sprinkle of easy going chat with some serious cooking.” The first show aired in 2011, and soon became one Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

that included both at sea and land based locations. The show, she explains, focuses on “showcasing the wonderful cross section of talented chefs and bartenders, both local and international throughout the BVI.” Amongst the chefs she has featured in the show are Davide Pugliese, Executive Chef at Scrub Island Resort, Imran Ashton, Chef and Owner of Plumrose Restaurant in Road Town and Chef Regis Bourdan from Brandywine Bay. Just last week, Lisa came in to tell us the great news that her show is to be syndicated in conjunction with Carib Vision from 1st June 2014 and will be seen throughout the Caribbean area and the Tri-State area of New York. Carib Vision are also in talks with Canadian Networks for future programming there. So it is onwards and upwards for this talented chef who thought of a great idea, made it happen and has not looked back since! So, tune in to Galley Gourmet with Chef Lisa on CBN – Channel 51 (see CBN Website for the program schedule). 14

By Arlena Smith

The Pirate Fairy From the world of Peter Pan comes The Pirate

Fairy, a swashbuckling new adventure about Zarina (voice of Christina Hendricks), a smart and ambitious dust-keeper fairy who’s captivated by Blue Pixie Dust and its endless possibilities. Oh yea, we learn in this movie that Pixie Dust comes in different colours, not just the yellow that we’ve seen in the previous movies. Zarina is a fun character because she doesn’t fit in with the other fairies. Instead, she's interested in the secret alchemy of pixie dust, and creating her own bold new concoctions, something that doesn’t sit well with the fairy elders. You see Zarina believes that the

Cast & Credits

fairies have yet to harness their true potential and is

banishment after her experiment goes badly wrong,

Christina Hendricks---------------------------Zarina Mae Whitman----------------------------Tinker Bell Tom Hiddleston ------------------------------James Lucy Liu----------------------------------Silvermist

causing serious damage to Pixie Hollow.

of Tom Hiddleston), who’ll soon be known as Captain

determined to prove then wrong. When Zarina strikes out she is shamed into self-

She flees Pixie Hollow and joins forces with the

Hook himself.

scheming pirates of Skull Rock, who make her captain

One of the more fun aspects of the movie is that

of their ship. Tinker Bell (voice of Mae Whitman) and

the fairies get their powers switched. As each fairy has

her friends embark on an epic adventure to find

a certain power over water, animals, etc so they are

Zarina, and together they go sword-to-sword with the

out of their element and have to band together to try

band of pirates led by a cabin boy named James( voice

and bring Zarina back.


Vol. 26, No. 28 • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2014

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. Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide



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THURSDAY MARCH 27, 2014 12:30 PM M Saltwater Experience 1:00 & ATP Tennis Sony Open, Women’s First Semifinal and Men’s Quarterfinal. (N) N The Mike Francesa Show (N) 1:30 M Seasons on the Fly 2:00 ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 Borgata Poker Open - Part 3. 3:00 8 Outside the Lines (N) ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 1. = MLB Preseason Baseball Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs. (N) 5:30 & ESPN FC (N) 8 Pardon the Interruption (N) 6:00 & Around the Horn (N) ; Icons of Coaching 6:30 & Pardon the Interruption (N) 7:00 & ATP Tennis Sony Open, Men’s Quarterfinals and Women’s Semifinal. (N) N MLB Season Previews (N) 8:00 8 E:60 (N) M Triathlon N MLB Season Previews (N) 8:45 9 Sport Today 9:00 8 2013 World Series Film (N) N MLB Season Previews (N) 9:30 * 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament (N) 11:00 & Olbermann (N) ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 1. 11:30 M The Grid (N)

FRIDAY MARCH 28, 2014 12:30 PM M Americana Outdoors 2:30 M Bill Dance Outdoors 3:00 & ATP Tennis Sony Open, Men’s First Semifinal. (N) 3:30 8 NFL Insiders (N) M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 5:30 & ESPN FC (N) 8 Pardon the Interruption (N) M Pro Football Talk (N) 6:30 & Pardon the Interruption (N) ; Fox Sports Salutes the Troops ’14 M World Series of Fighting Future Champions 7:00 & SportsNation (N) * 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament 8:00 & NFL Live (N) ; Boxing Golden Boy Promotions: Victor Ortiz vs. Luis Collazo. (Taped) N MLB Season Previews 9:30 * 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament (N) 10:00 & Baseball Tonight (N) ; UEFA Champions League Magazine N MLB Season Previews 11:00 & Olbermann (N)

SATURDAY MARCH 29, 2014 12:30 PM 9 The Queen’s Baton Relay [ Mainsail 1:30 9 Final Score M English Premier League Soccer Arsenal FC vs Manchester City FC. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

2:30 8 Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal: Teams TBA. (N) N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Martinsville. (N) 3:00 & College Hockey NCAA Tournament, East Regional Final: Teams 3:30 M Premier League Goal Zone (N) 4:00 _ ( ESPN Sports Saturday (N) ; College Softball Texas-El Paso at Tulsa. (N) M MLS Soccer Chicago Fire at D.C. United. (N) 6:30 8 NCAA Studio Update (N) 8:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Nationals, Qualifying. ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 Borgata Poker Open - Part 3. 9:00 8 Nine for IX 10:00 & Play Ball (N) 8 SportsCenter Featured (N) ; College Softball Texas-El Paso at Tulsa. 11:30 . In Depth with Graham Bensinger

SUNDAY MARCH 30, 2014 12:30 PM N Motorcycle Racing National Arenacross Series - Sacramento. (Taped) [ Living Golf 2:30 & Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal: 4:30 & Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal: 5:00 8 PBA Bowling League Semifinals: L.A. X vs. New York City Wtt Kingpins. 6:00 ; Fox Sports Salutes the Troops M Speed Skating ISU World All-Around Championship. (Taped) N Monster Jam (N) 7:30 M NHL Hockey Chicago Blackhawks at Pittsburgh Penguins. (N) 8:00 8 MLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres. (N) 10:00 & SportsCenter (N) ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 1. 11:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Nationals. (N) 11:30 ` Sports Final (N)

MONDAY MARCH 31, 2014 12:30 PM M Premier League World (N) 2:00 M Premier League Live (N) 4:00 8 MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds. (N Subject to Blackout) 6:00 ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 2. 7:00 & MLB Baseball Colorado Rockies at Miami Marlins. (N Subject to Blackout) 8:00 4 WWE Monday Night RAW (N) N Boxing Golden Boy Live: Julian Williams vs. Freddy Hernandez. 9:30 8 Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Final: Teams 10:00 & MLB Baseball Seattle Mariners at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 1.


M NHL Hockey Minnesota Wild at Los Angeles Kings. (N) 11:00 ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 2 N FOX Sports Live (N) 11:30 8 SportsCenter (N)

TUESDAY APRIL 1, 2014 12:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 2 M The Next Bite 1:30  N UEFA Champions League Pregame (N) 2:30 ; Courtside Jones M Into the Blue N UEFA Champions League Soccer (N) 3:30 8 NFL Insiders (N) 6:00 ; UFC Ultimate Insider (N) 7:00 & College Basketball NIT Tournament: Teams TBA. (N) 8 Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Final: 8:30 N World Poker Tour: Alpha8 Florida, Final Table. 9:00 & College Basketball NIT Tournament: Teams TBA. (N) 8 Women’s College Basketball NCAA Tournament, Regional Final: 11:00 ; World Poker Tour: Season 12 WPT Grand Prix de Paris - Part 2 11:30 & Olbermann (N) M NHL Top 10

WEDNESDAY APRIL 2, 2014 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 & First Take 1:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing N UEFA Champions League Highlights 4:00 & Highly Questionable (N) 4:30 & Highly Questionable M NASCAR’s The List 7:00 8 NBA Basketball Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks. (N) ; Icons of Coaching N UFC Tonight (N) 7:30 & Baseball Tonight (N) 8:00 & MLB Baseball Philadelphia Phillies at Texas Rangers. ; Tennis PowerShares Series: Oklahoma City. M NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings. (N) 9:00 N The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia 9:30 8 High School Basketball McDonald’s All-American Game: East vs. West. (N) 10:00 N The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia (N) 10:30 M NHL Hockey Phoenix Coyotes at Los Angeles Kings. (N) 11:00 & Soccer United States vs. Mexico. (N)

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