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Now in its 26th Year! oct 31 - Nov 6, 2013 Vol.26, No.7

YouR FRee Guide

to our islands’ happenings

BVI Wine & Food Festival

November 1 - 3 Also this week: halloween Parties •MoBro Registrations • Flea Market & Bake sale • tommy lee from Jamaica in Concert

This Week’s Feature Story by Jan Critchley

National Theatre Live – Frankenstein! Thanks to Appleby and HLSCC we can now access world quality stage productions right here in the BVI. Don’t miss a single gem from this first selection of classics from the National Theatre Live – bringing the best of British theatre direct to the BVI. The first off the starting blocks, and very timely for Halloween is Mary Shelly’s monster hit, Frankenstein. Oscar winning director Danny Boyle directs this sensational production staring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. This thrilling gothic thriller will be showing at HLSCC’s auditorium from 7:30pm on Thursday, October 31st 2013. Other productions that are currently in the mix are Macbeth on 23rd November 2013, Habit of Art on 11th January 2014 and Hamlet on 25th January 2014. The ability to screen these productions is part of the National Theatre’s 50th anniversary celebrations. Frankenstein enjoyed a sell out at the National Theatre in 2011 and went on to win awards including the 2012 Olivier Award for best actor for both leads. Nadia Menezes, of Appleby who came up with the idea said, “After watching a number of performances screened at an Arts Center in New York, I was deter-

mined to bring this same concept to the BVI. HLSCC has been very supportive and receptive to having the Theatre Series stand alongside it’s own Annual Music Series which will bring a diverse offering of musical and dramatic performances.” Following this current series of NTL, there are more and different types of performances planned, ranging from Shakespeare to modern playrights, including entertainment aimed at younger/child audiences. Linette Baa of HLSCC said, “We hope that this is a start of something that can be continued with the on-going support of the community and we look forward to working with others to present to the BVI public as wide a range of entertainment arts as possible.” All performances will be screened at the HLSCC auditorium and are $15 in advance, $20 on the door and $10 for students and HLSCC staff. Tickets for Frankenstein and all other productions are available from the HLSCC Bookstore, LIME, House, The Watering Hole, Sunny Caribbee, Bella Blooms, UMI Fashions and on the door 15 minutes prior to performances. Check NTLBVI on Facebook for regular updates.


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Ask Koren His Focus Is His Mother

Your personal E-therapist, is in the house!

Ask Koren

ter came up. When his mom’s health is no longer an issue, the focus will return to you and your prewedding plans. If you are enjoying your marital activities, the baby might still come and then you deal with that situation at that point and that is okay. What is not okay is making him feel guilty for taking care of his mom because you see that as neglecting you or complaining about something over which he has no control. What he needs from you right now is your love, your support and your understanding. He needs your strength when he is tired and he needs your understanding when he cannot give you all you need emotionally. In the meanwhile, find ways of balancing your activities so that you still spend quality time together. You have your whole lives together to celebrate your love so you are not losing anything. Instead you will be demonstrating that you love for better and for worse and that you are not a selfish woman, but a wife who cares about the needs of her husband. Send your questions confidentially to or via twitter at @korennorton

Dear Koren, Me and my husband have only been married for two years and we get along fine. His mom recently got sick and he asked me to bring her into the house with us. We live in a two bedroom house and before we got married, we had planned to have a baby after two years and use the second room as a nursery. Now his focus is his mother and I don’t want to be selfish, but do you think it is okay to remind him of our other plans? –Wife Dear Wife, It takes a very special man to care enough about his mother to want to take care of her when she is ill. I hope that you recognize that and praise him for it. I’m sure it is a bit of an inconvenience sometimes, but imagine that you both are giving that ill woman some sense of comfort to know that she is cared for. Sometimes we have no idea what life will throw at us and it could have been you or him that got ill. I do not think that now is the right time to bring up your plans. If he is concerned about the welfare of the only woman he has ever called mom, then clearly, he will not be able to focus on too much else. You need to give him some time. Also, I’m sure he has not forgotten the plans, it’s probably just that he had to put it on the backburner because a more urgent mat-

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

While every effort is made to ensure that information is correct, we cannot accept responsibility for any errors, changes in schedules, ads or other information in this magazine, which is intended as a guide only. If you have an entertainment event coming up that you would like published, give us a call at 494-2413. Special Notice: Purchase of advertising space in this publication does not guarantee editorial coverage of any event.


Published weekly by Island Publishing Services. Caribbean Printing Company Limited, Pasea Estate, P.O. Box 133, Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I., © 2013 Publisher & Editor: Claudia Colli Associate Editor: Arlena St. Hilaire Writer & Editorial Assistant: Jan Critchley Tel: 494-2413; Fax: 494-6589


Vol. 26, No. 7 • Oct 31 - Nov 6, 2013

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Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events By Jan Critchley

Gourmet’s Delight

on the beach with DJ Dolphin from 7pm and prizes for the best pirate themed costumes. Frankenstein is also screening tonight at HLSCC at 7:30pm – see Page 3 for details. Then on Saturday, 2nd November, head west for the Fish ‘N Lime Halloween Costume Party from 9pm. A Type of Toad will be creeping out the crowd and there are cash prizes for the scariest, funniest and most creative costume. Also on Saturday, 2nd November is the Halloween Concert at Festival Village from 10pm, hosted by Gadiethz of ZRod’s Morning Show and featuring Tommy Lee live from Sparta, Jamaica whose big hit like Some Buoys is legendary. Also performing live is Boss, Showtime Band and a great line up of DJ’s such as DJ Chubby from St Thomas, DJ Wiz, DJ Taz and DJ Kuga. So get your tickets early for $25 or on the door for $30.

Don’t miss out on Food Heaven with the very first BVI Wine and Food Festival happening from 31st October to 3rd November. The best chefs in the Territory will be combining their talents and skills with internationally renowned names in the culinary and winemaking worlds. Hosting the chefs is Davide Pugliese and joining them will be the BVI’s own Travis Phillips of The Dove and Imran Ashton of Plumrose Restaurant. The festival will feature three solo wine dinners by the international visiting chefs, on Thursday, October 31st, Friday, November 1st and Sunday, November 3rd plus a collaborative five course dinner on Saturday, November 2nd with all featured chefs. Nanny Cay will be transformed into “The Grand Tasting Village” on Friday and Saturday where the beachside location will host wine-tastings, cooking demonstrations and much more so book your tickets today at

MoBros Come Forth! Make the most of your mo for these last few days, before you need to sport a clean shaven look on November 1st at Village Cay from 4:30pm to 6:30pm or at the Tamarind Club from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. VG MoBros can register on November 2nd at Coco Maya from 6pm to 9:30pm. After the registration it is the role of the MoBrones to shine and grow a ‘stache to be proud of and help in the fight of prostate and testicular cancers. At the ready boys!

Horrors – It’s Halloween! Yes, tonight is the night when all the vampires, villains and vagabonds are out and about, so if you can’t beat them – join them and dress to kill at one of the many parties happening over the holiday. First up is Myett’s Halloween Costume Bash tonight, Thursday October 31st. There will be a party


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live music • events • concerts •

NANNY CAY — BVI Wine & Food Festival Grand


Tasting Village opens 3-11pm

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


THE PUB — Indian Night

TAMARIND CLUB — MoBro registration 7:309:30pm

CANE GARDEN BAY CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Pirate Costume Party 7pm with DJ Dolphin. Sunset Happier Hour $2 Beers & well drinks 5-7pm

MYETT’S — Pizza night. Candyman for Sunset Happy Hour from 5-7pm

EAST END HLSCC —Frankenstein from NFT Live 7:30pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISL. — BVI Wine & Food Festival with Chef


Francois Payard

SCRUB ISL. — BVI Wine & Food Festival with Chef


Jennifer Carroll


FRIDAY - NOV 1 PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm ROAD TOWN THE PUB — Caribbean cuisine, Happy Hour PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm VILLAGE CAY — MoBro registration 4:30-6:30pm

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5-7:30pm with live music & entertainment BOLOS — Flea Market & Bake Sale from 7am -

BOLOS — Blow Out yard sale 7am - 8pm

3pm & Blow Out Yard Sale 7am - 8pm


FESTIVAL VILLAGE — Tommy Lee from Jamaica

NANNY CAY — Peg Legs & Beach Bar TGIF Party

hosted by Gadiethz featuring Boss & Showtime Band

From 4:30pm with free pizza & $2 beers

& DJ’s Galore from 10pm


ts • parties • sports • movies and more



NANNY CAY — BVI Wine & Food Festival Grand


Tasting Village opens 11am-11pm

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



FISH ‘N LIME — Halloween Costume Party with Type

MYETT’S —Mexican Margarita Monday with Al B live

of Toad from 9pm

at 6pm. Mexican Food Specials. Happy Hour 5-7pm.



MYETT’S — Sunset Happier Hour 5-7pm. Beach Day

SCRUB ISL. — BVI Wine & Food Festival with Chef

visit our Beach Bar from 12pm until dark

Cesare Casella

Capt. Lowell Wheatley


Memorial Tournament

VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISL. — BVI Wine & Food Festival with collaborative wine & food dinner with all featured chefs COCO MAYA — MoBro registration 6-9:30pm

SUNDAY - NOV 3 ROAD TOWN THE PUB — Island style brunch & prime rib night CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Brunch with complimentary Mimosas. Sunset Happier Hour 5-7pm. Beach Bar open 12pm to dark


CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Pizza night. Live music by Candyman

Nov 15 - 17 Jungle Boogie Crew —Nov 9

for Sunset Happy Hour from 5-7pm


Brian Neale Plays @ Myett’s —Nov 18


TICO Wine & Spirits Expo

MYETT’S — Caribbean Party. Dinner & Dance with

—Nov 15

3D Band on at 7pm. Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm.

Hudson & the Hoo Doo Cats

VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISLAND — Wine tasting 5-7pm, Old San Juan cookout 7pm

— Nov 22 & 23 Round Tortola Race —Nov 23 Ladies Night @ the Moorings — Nov 23 Gustav Wilmerding Regatta — Dec 6


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By Jan Critchley

War Horse This 2011 drama, directed by Stephen Spielberg starts off on Dartmoor in 1914 when to his wife’s dismay, farmer Ted Narrocott (Peter Mullan) comes back from market with a thoroughbred horse rather than the plough horse that he was meant to buy. Immediately, his teenaged son, Albert (Jeremy Irvine) sets about training the horse to plough and before long the two become inseperable. The entire village comes out to watch as Albert tries to get Joey to plough the field, at first it is a complete failure but as it starts to rain and the water softens the ground, Albert tries once more and this time with success, a furrow is created and Ted goes out to plant the field. However, when the harvest fails due to a terrible storm, Narrocott has no choice but to sell Joey. World War I has been declared and Ted takes Joey to the vil-

Joey meanwhile is trapped in the trenches in “No

lage to sell him to the British Cavalry. Albert is too late

Man’s Land” and as he gallops straight towards the

to stop the sale, but Captain Nicholls who buys Joey

British lines he is pulling up barbed wire fencing

says he will return the horse to him after the war.

behind him until he is totally entangled in it.

Captain Nicholls and Joey go off to train and the

Finally freed by a soldier, Joey is taken back over

cavalry is transferred to France where they attack a

British lines, and to the hospital where Albert is

German unit twice their number. Their unit is decimat-

receiving treatment from being blinded by the gas

ed and Captain Nicholls is killed but Joey survives.

attack. While he is being treated, word spreads about

The scene then shifts to the British trenches at The

the “miraculous horse” that was caught in barbed

Somme in 1918, and we see Albert and others from his

wire in “No Man's Land,” and the words reach

village preparing to reach the German lines. Albert

Albert's ears.

makes it across the border and is the first to reach the

A two and a half hour epic movie with lots of

German trenches, however he finds no-one alive.

adventure in the inimitable style of Spielberg. A great

However, a cloud of gas is released and all goes white.

family movie, get it on DVD today. 11

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By Arlena St. Hilaire

Close Encounter With the Crawling Kind Last week I had a run in with a lizard. Now this might sound funny to some but I despise lizards terribly. I know they are harmless and some say they are even good to have around as they eat the little moths etc but I can’t stand the little crawling creatures. Ok so here’s what happened. It was a lovely Monday morning and I was sitting at my desk working away on the Limin’ Times as we were about to go into our weekly planning meeting. From the corner of my eye I saw something run under the chairs we have in our waiting area. It happened so quickly that I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. A few moments later my other co-workers Claudia and Jan came out and sat down in the same waiting area so that we could have our meeting and plan for the next issue. As I turned my focus from the computer screen to get started with our meeting, there the little bugger was - just hanging out under the chairs looking right at me. I was ok with him once he stayed on that side of the room then I realized he was making a beeline over to where my desk was and I immediately started freaking out. Everyone jumped and wanted to know what happened so I proceeded to explain there was a lizard under the chair my co-worker Jan was sitting in. I know they though it was silly and funny that I could get that freaked out by what they describe as a cute little thing.

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So right there in the middle of our meeting we had to stop everything and catch this lizard so we could set him free outside, as I was not able to function as long as I knew he was somewhere lurking in the shadows waiting to run across my foot. We moved the furniture trying to figure out where the little thing went and eventually saw him on the back of one of the chairs no doubt scared out of his mind. They both tried catching him but he was way to quick so the only logical way to get him outside was to take the chair out into the car park and shake him off. The mission was successful we could now continue with our meeting. They laughed a little but it was ok I could now work the calm assurance that there were no more creepy crawlers waiting to get me.


By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Pumping Heavy Iron With a woman sandwiched between them, the strong men were out in force at Long Bay Beach, Beef Island, during Oct 21 BVI Power Lifting, Weightlifting and Fitness Federation Strongman/Strongwoman competition. Federation vice president Steve George was satisfied with the overall event. “We had 15 athletes from different gyms and there has been an improvement in the standards with most of the guys benching over 300 lbs,” he noted. “That’s an improvement over past years.” The strongmen themselves marveled when Cliff Williams broke his own bench press National Record with a 440 lbs lift and Phillip Hines Jr., pulled up 600 lbs. “The aim roughly is about 470 lbs but by the end of next year, I want to be benching 500 lbs,” Williams said. “That’s my goal ultimately in life—at least 500 lbs bench press.” After a 335 lbs bench press, Hines Jr. said it didn’t go as he wanted but knew he had the dead lift in the bag. “Dead lift is my personal favorite exercise, I get the most benefits out of it, so I wanted to make sure I performed tops in that area,” said Hines Jr., who also squatted 385 lbs. “The 600 lbs is not my personal best but I just wanted to make sure I was in a different number category than the other lifters so I made sure I did something that no one else could do.” Walter Barrett, the sports newbie whose focus is on body building, said he got roped into the competition at the gym as the others encouraged him to participate. “I failed to lock out my arms properly in the bench

Phillip Hines Jr’s 600lbs lift

press but this whole thing is about form,” Barrett explained after maxing out at 385 lbs. “That’s the one thing you want everybody to know when you are doing these kinds of exercises – even when you’re going into the gym for your own personal recreation – form is paramount. You have to do it properly. You don’t want to damage yourself because that’s gong to end your whole career. I did good in the squat,” he said of his 515 lbs. “I didn’t expect to do 415 with the dead lift, but with the crowd behind and knowing Phil was going to break his own record, I knew I had to do something.” Cindy Lashley the lone woman in the competition said she was nervous. “It was the first time I was competing in this level of competition,” she said after benching 90 lbs while squatting and dead lifting 215 lbs respectively. “I love dead lifting, I practice it but next time, I’m coming hard in the bench.” Lashley encouraged women to participate in the sport. “They will not look like a man,” she said debunking a common myth. “Women develop muscles differently to men. It tones the body and you can get fit. I got involved because I wanted more toned legs and a toned butt and I have achieved both and more.” 13

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THURSDAY OCTOBER 31, 2013 12:30 PM N UEFA Europa League Pregame (N) 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 ; Sports Unlimited M Americana Outdoors N UEFA Europa League Soccer FC Sheriff Tiraspol vs Tottenham Hotspur FC. (N) 4:00 & Highly Questionable (N) 8 NFL Live (N) ; UFC Ultimate Insider M Charlie Moore: No Offense 4:30 & Outside the Lines (N) ; Halls of Fame 6:00 & Around the Horn (N) 7:30 8 College Football Kentucky at Mississippi State. (N) M CFL Football Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Toronto Argonauts. N College Football Marshall at Middle Tennessee State. (N) 9:00 & Women’s College Volleyball Ohio State at Penn State ; The Game 365 9:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider 11:00 & Olbermann (N) M Onward Notre Dame: Destination Dallas (N) N FOX Sports Live (N)

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2013 12:00 & First Take 2:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) N NASCAR Racing K&N Pro Series: All-American. (Taped) 2:30 M Fishing With Roland Martin 3:30 M Blitz TV N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500, Qualifying. (N) 4:00 & Highly Questionable (N) 8 NFL Live (N) ; UEFA Europa League Highlights 6:00 & Around the Horn (N) 6:30 & Pardon the Interruption M Football Night in America Coach’s Clicker 7:00 & NFL Kickoff (N) ; College Football Marshall at Middle Tennessee State. (Taped) 8:00 & Pardon the Interruption 8 College Football Boise State at BYU. (N) M College Hockey Massachusetts at Maine. (N) 10:30 & E:60 11:00 & Olbermann (N) 8 SportsCenter (N) N FOX Sports Live (N)

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2013 12:30 PM 9 Final Score M English Premier League Soccer Southampton FC vs Fulham FC. (N) 1:00 _ Sports Stars of Tomorrow 1:30 N NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Kroger 200. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

2:30 M Premier League Live 3:00 & 8 College Football Scoreboard (N) _ ( College Football Countdown M MLS Soccer Sporting Kansas City at Philadelphia Union. 3:30 & _ ( 8 College Football * College Football Tennessee at Alabama or Vanderbilt at Texas A&M. 8:00 _ ( College Football Penn State at Ohio State. (N) 10:30 & 8 College Football Teams 11:00 . Giants Access Blue ; College Football Postgame Show M English Premier League Match of the Day (N) 11:30 . In Depth with Graham Bensinger

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2013 12:30 PM ` GenNexxt Youth Sports 1:00 & Football Sunday on ESPN Radio (N) 2:00 M Premier League Goal Zone (N) N Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Reno. 4:00 * NFL Postgame (N) ; BMX Supercross World Cup (N) N MotoGP Racing World Championship: Japan. (Taped) 5:30 M Formula DRIFT N Crowd Goes Wild Weekend 6:00 ; Bull Riding Championship. 7:30 M Whitetail Diaries 8:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Toyota Nationals. 8:20 ` NFL Football Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings(N) 10:00 M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 10:30 M North American Hunter 11:00 M English Premier League Match of the Day (N) 11:45 9 Sport Today

MONDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2013 12:30 PM ; UFC Ultimate Insider 1:00 & First Take 8 SportsCenter (N) 2:30 M Jimmy Houston Outdoors 3:00 & SportsNation (N) 4:00 & Highly Questionable (N) 8 NFL Live (N) 5:00 & College Football Live 7:00 & Baseball Tonight (N) N Crowd Goes Wild (N) 7:30 M NHL Hockey Montreal Canadiens at New York Rangers. 8:25 8 NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams. 8:30 N Being: Mike Tyson 8:45 9 Sport Today 10:00 & 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event - Day 7. N Boxing Golden Boy Promotions: Manuel Avila vs. Jose Silveira. (N) 10:30 M Premier League Review Show 11:00 & SportsCenter (N) 11:30 & Olbermann (N)


M English Premier League Manchester Mondays (N) 11:45 9 Sport Today

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2013 12:30 PM & Numbers Never Lie 1:00 M Blue Collar Adventures 1:30 & NFL PrimeTime (N) M North American Hunter 2:30 & Mike and Mike’s Best of the NFL (N) ; UEFA Champions League Soccer Manchester United vs Real Sociedad. 3:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets N FOX Soccer Daily (N) 4:00 & Highly Questionable (N) 5:30 & ESPN FC (N) 6:30 & Pardon the Interruption ; Icons of Coaching M NHL Live (N) 7:00 & 2013 Gold Glove Awards (N) 8 E:60 (N) ; College Football Teams N The Ultimate Fighter 7:30 M NHL Hockey Tampa Bay Lightning at New Jersey Devils. 8:00 & NFL’s Greatest Games N The Ultimate Fighter 9:00 8 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. (Taped) N The Ultimate Fighter 10:00 8 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. (Taped) 10:30 & 30 for 30 Shorts (N) ; UFC Ultimate Insider M NHL Rivals (N) 11:00 & Olbermann (N) M Costas Tonight (N) 11:30 M English Premier League Soccer 11:45 9 Sport Today

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2013 12:00 & First Take 8 SportsCenter (N) 1:00 8 SportsCenter (N) 1:30 ; Icons of Coaching M Charlie Moore: No Offense 2:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 8 SportsCenter (N) ; UEFA Europa League Highlights M Federation Angler 4:30 & Outside the Lines (N) M National Walleye Tour 5:00 & College Football Live 6:00 & Around the Horn (N) N FOX Football Daily (N) 6:30 & Pardon the Interruption M NHL Rivals 7:00 & Baseball Tonight (N) 8 NBA Coast to Coast (N) 8:00 & College Football Cincinnati at Memphis. (N) M NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins. N UFC Ultimate Insider 11:00 & Olbermann (N) M Costas Tonight

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